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Firstman - Portion Control - Progress Report 1980-83 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Definition. The Definition of a first pressing or pressed vinyl record, is a record that was pressed from the 1st original masters. There seems to be some controversy between record collectors of what is a first pressing as opposed to first issues.
  2. M+N. from unreleased tape called "Progress Report" (). The metal box also includes a page photo book ("Manual - "), a t-shirt and a numbered official certificate. Limited to /5(22).
  3. Quality Vinyl Lp Album Lot Classic Rock Pop New Wave 60s 70s 80s You Pick Choose. $ Hip Hop Vinyl Lot of 10 Rap Records - Instant DJ Collection s to s 12" $ NAS - ILLMATIC NEW VINYL RECORD. $ Was: Previous Price $ NEW COMPLETE MINT Third Man Records Vault 34 The White Stripes "Live In Detroit".
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  5. PORTION CONTROL - PROGRESS REPORT (7LP by Vinyl On Demand) Before you start being jealous at the fact that Vital Weekly receives promo's from that wonderful, yet expensive deluxe label Vinyl On Demand: you're wrong. By exception I actually bought a copy, as a .
  6. På sistone har jag funnit mig själv sittande dreglande över det tyska skivbolaget Vinyl-On-Demands hemsida vid ett flertal tillfällen. I dag kunde jag inte hålla mig längre utan lade in en beställning på Portion Control-boxen. 7 vinylplattor fullproppade med det mesta av Portion Controls produktion under åren , den absolut intressantaste perioden i deras historia.
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  8. Jul 20,  · Some of the players shown here may have 78 only, but most offer 78 and 16 RPM in addition to 33 and 45 - thus also equipped with both sylie for 78 and LP. 16 RPM non transcription records was a format of the mid 50's to early 60's - allowing with the lower speed to double the play time compared to records of the same size.

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