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16 RPM - Various - Death Of Vinyl

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  1. The 16 rpm record (16 2/3 rpm to be correct) appeared in Germany, and England about ), later in the US, about It was used primarily by the U.S. Government in its "Talking Books for the Blind" program, and used for radio transcription discs to take advantage of the increased playing time, almost double that of a 33 1/3 long playing record, with fidelity about to hertz, same.
  2. To my amazement, there was not one reference to 16 RPM records! It is as though they never existed. Most of the information from this article has come from various internet sources, product manuals, samples from my personal record collections, and tidbits of info picked up from other collectors.
  3. At the start of a groove on an LP there are mm of vinyl per second traveling past the stylus while the ending of the groove gives – mm of vinyl per second — less than half the linear resolution. Distortion towards the end of the side is likely to become more apparent as record wear increases.
  4. Limited to copies. From the sleeve: ===== "Here is the ultimate in "concept" comps. % San Mateo, a town with no "scene" whatsoever in or (or any time since, probably), all teen, all loser in the San Francisco "punk" scene (where even the winners got little more than bad drug habits and a couple of singles out)/5(9).
  5. psychedelic.tegesharnuazar.infoinfo's /3 RPM Record Album Price Guide provides current market values for old and collectible /3 RPM Record Album.
  6. Aug 21,  · I was a young pup when 16 RPM first came out, and have been following their (slow demise) pretty much since then. My own question about a 16 RPM I saw on eBay last year had a title something akin to The First 16 RPM High Fidelity Music Record and had a brown cover with a great big colored X on the front.
  7. Mar 20,  · 16 RPM: – The Tape-Beatles: Desire: – Zone (2) Born Of Fire: – Hesskhé Yadalanah* Bless Cadaveric Bodies Experiences: – Luciano Dari: Chant Of Apyas Yeshanas: – Digital Poodle: Broadkast III: – David Scurr: Can't Get Used To Losing You: /4(17).
  8. Format: 7-inch vinyl, 45 rpm. Only six days after signing to A&M Records, the label abruptly dropped the band after it terrorized the company offices. Bassist Sid Vicious reportedly demolished the office toilet. Meanwhile, lead singer Johnny Rotten is said to have cursed out the A&M brass, and later issued them a death .
  9. Aug 10,  · Some had limited releases while others featured controversial lyrics: Here's a look at some of the rarest vinyl records known to exist and the small fortune they could be worth.

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