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Your last audio cassette purchase

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by That 70s Guy, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. That 70s Guy

    That 70s Guy Black And Blue Staff Member

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    What was yours? do you still buy "tapes"?

    I had to think about this one.

    My guess would be "KISS Alive III", I remember the store not having the CD but having the cassette, so I bought the cassette to hold me over til the CD arrived.

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  2. Mr. Shadow

    Mr. Shadow "Classic" Member

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    Maybe not the most recent but I bought a full tape carrier loaded with classical for a few dollars. I have the first four Led Zeppelin albums on cassette, plus The Song Remains the Same. Dozens of Hendrix albums.
     
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    Beady Eye Senior Member

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    There can really only be one answer: a blank tape to pirate music with.
    I remember having had a vinyl and CD collection, but cassette tapes? Nah, they were only ever good for pirating stuff.
     
  5. TheWhalerfan

    TheWhalerfan Lovus My Avatarus

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    RATT: Reach for the Sky in 1988. Gave it one listen, then reached for the window crank in my car and tossed it out. After that I broke down and bought a discman and never looked back.
     
  6. stepcousin

    stepcousin stuck in the 70's

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    about 9 months ago I started collecting and listening to cassettes again, but only if they appear to be in very good shape and preferably the chrome ones and reissues in the 90's of 70's and 80's albums. The old 70's tapes that look like theyve been played 250 times, not so much. And cassettes are dirt cheap around these parts 'cause NOBODY cares about 'em anymore. That's why I'm really into them right now. I'm having fun and it's a cheap hobby.
     
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    joker1961 Spock`s Proggyness

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    hmmm I`ve gotten tapes, vinyl`s, cd`s and 8 tracks too!!!! real old school lol...
     

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