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I Dont Know - Hit The Jackpot - Holiday (Cassette, Album, MP3)

Label: Chapter Music - CH90 • Format: Cassette Album 7x, File MP3 320kps7x, File FLAC • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Non-Music • Style: Post-Punk, Power Pop, Indie Rock
Download I Dont Know - Hit The Jackpot - Holiday (Cassette, Album, MP3)

Discussion in ' Audio Hardware ' started by FishoutofwaterApr Oi Oi Oi - Various - Delirium Tremens 1., Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. For CD and LP lovers, when do you choose which format?

As some of you will know i love both formats and i dont stream etc. I have noticed of late that i can spend a few weeks just listening to music on Cd and then a few weeks only listening to music on LPs.

It seems to me that when i am feeling tired or low i seem to spend my time with Cds, but when i feel good and well i seem to listen to to LPs. When i have had too much wine, its Cds, when sober its Lps.

My choice appears to mood related. How about you? FishoutofwaterApr 2, Location: Belgium. Album at the moment I find that clean vinyl, used with the right carts, can sound very addictive! When I get home I just want to put on some Lp's and get my shot for the day! For me, cd's don't have that addictive sound stage so it's easier to do a few days without them. BrilliantBobxfilianMuriel Heslop and 1 other person like this.

Location: USA. Usually if I'm setting up a new cart I'll play more vinyl. The same goes for the opposite. When I'm tired or busy, I play more CDs and digital music.

Album Kalifornia. I'll go with the CD when a vinyl version is either not available, only available on a crappy pressing or ultra expensive.

Otherwise, it's a record for me. I listen to my CDs in the car these days. It basically replaced cassette as my portable format. KT88Apr Screamin Silence - Bad Mood, Location: mt pleasant michigan. Whichever carries a mastering that I enjoy- Especially for b-sides, 12, 7 inch mixes, etc Sometimes I have to resort to this format.

It wasn't until Wounded Bird remastered it Reach - The Lidocaine - On The Road To Miero I Dont Know - Hit The Jackpot - Holiday (Cassette disc, complete with modern compression Last edited: MP3) 2, When do I choose which format? Depends on if it was 30 years ago or 15 years ago. Newton John likes this. Location: United States. As blasphemous as this sounds, I don't really listen to vinyl at all these days.

I'll just make needledrops and then listen to them on my laptop or phone depending on where I'm at. The same goes for cassettes, although I'll usually listen to them for a bit while ripping them thru Audacity. Diablo GriffinApr 2, JimmyCool likes this. Location: Vancouver, WA. For Jazz, I tend to lean heavily on vinyl. MP3), Acoustic, Hawaiian, etc.

I lead toward CD. Kamaaina1Apr 2, Location: Oregon. It really depends on what music I want to MP3) to. If the recording is on CD then the little shiny disc it is. The format is secondary to the music itself. GuthApr 2, If it's an artist I like, I probably buy both formats, in some cases even several copies. For everybody else it's either CD or LP depending on the price, I've found cases when even the LP was less expensive than the CD, so why bother with the digital format.

LaibachApr Living In A Back Street - The Spencer Davis Group - Keep On Running, The Collection, Location: Stockholm.

Location: Toms River, NJ. From a purchasing perspective I stream and pay for Apple Music I like an artist and want to support them but don't think there's a high replay value I will buy a CD I like an artist and want to support them and know there will be a high replay value I will buy Vinyl.

I really, really like the artist and want to support them, I will do both. Devin Townsend's Empath. It also for me depends on my mood tonight playing a few CD's but later I'll tend to move onto Vinyl if I think of an album I have not played in a while or I will play my go to vinyl and just chill.

But as I have got older I tend to play more and more vinyl. I think this forum has helped change my habits from just putting on a CD because it's easy. Vinyl involves a bit of work which I like brings back so many memories holding that sleeve and having to clean the record brush the stylus and change sides. Just choosing an album can be fun and picking the next one and lining them up next to the turntable ready to go,can be So enjoyable.

Floyd CrazyApr 2, Location: Hermosa Beach. What is a CD? Certificate of Deposit? I only have one input on my Integrated Amp, so I actually have to switch cables depending on my choice of black licorice old school with no remote or streaming Tidal Hifi new skool with my iPhone and Apple watch controlling everything.

Tidal is plug and play and sounds really good on my Album. Chasm deep bass, detail, air, blah blah blah. Adjust volume Album the fly and do searches and discover new music and play my kid's favorite stuff all at the tip of my fingers. Vinyl, the horror, the horror, can be so sublime with the right record, VTA, VTF, tail feathers down, perfectly cleaned with no residue, no inner groove distortion, Baerwald, Stevenson, or other flavor of the month alignment theory, different pressings, moon phases, etc.

When you hit the jackpot, like on my. Sugar ManApr 2, Location: Eugene, Oregon. Last year, I focused more on my LPs and the gear to play them. I found that some of my LPs sound head-shakenly amazing and will still reach for the LPs when I want to hear those particular albums.

This year, my resolution was to focus on the streaming of my ripped CDs. So after a Roon purchase married to my Oppo endpoint, I have been listening to my ripped CDs I Dont Know - Hit The Jackpot - Holiday (Cassette exclusively.

I think it funny that I still consider the streaming of my ripped CDs as still listening to CDs, but the 5, or so CD library is in the same room as the hard drive that has them stored, so perhaps it is just my way of justifying the collection. I still pull CDs off my racks daily to look at something about them.

I had trials of MP3) and Qobuz, but I am having too much fun with my CDs right now to care about those services. KristofaApr 2, Location: Toronto. LP's for active listening, CD's for passive listening.

Back when I still had CD's anyway CarrmanApr 2, Location: antwerp belgium. Imho vinyl sound is more relaxing. Floyd Crazy likes this. Location: Union, Kentucky. I choose CDs to play LPs to dis play. Location: Canada. There are 3 factors: a which is the best sounding version? Dream On MP3), Apr 2, Location: MP3).


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9 thoughts on “ I Dont Know - Hit The Jackpot - Holiday (Cassette, Album, MP3)

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  2. Apr 02,  · As some of you will know i love both formats and i dont stream etc. I have noticed of late that i can spend a few weeks just listening to music on Cd and then a few weeks only listening to music on LPs. If I want to listen to a particular album on LP that I don't own on CD, I'll play vinyl. When you hit the jackpot, like on my cent.
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  4. Jun 13,  · Stay With Me Tonight Jeffrey hit the jackpot with this album: one hit after another. The title track, of course, is bouncy and fun. Don't Stop Jeffrey Osborne. out of 5 stars 6. Audio CD. 5 offers from $/5(25).
  5. Oct 13,  · I believe there were two different pressings of this album. One with a track missing. At any rate, my copy doesn't have Hugh Malcolm's Good Time Rock even though it's listed on both sleeve and labels - there's only five tracks on side 2. I think there was a different pressing with all 12 tracks/5(8).
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