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8 thoughts on “ Prost-8 - Nasenbluten - Youre Going To Die (Cassette, Album)

  1. Feb 10,  · The vinyl resurgence (and, more recently, the cassette micro-boom) illustrates that even formats left for dead can bounce back. Retro nostalgia is always in fashion; people love to fetishize the.
  2. Then you have an incentive for people who want a quirky medium but don't have a cassette player. Make sure your audience will go for it too. If you're a lo-fi punk band, or a folky songwriter it could be a hit, if you're a polished pop boyband it could be a miss.
  3. Nasenbluten. 1, likes · 1 talking about this. Nasenbluten were an Australian recording and performance group formed in Newcastle in The group.
  4. Label: dEAdGirL - DG • Format: Cassette Album C90 • Country: Australia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Hardcore, Breakbeat, Techno.
  5. Label: Jugoton - LSY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave, Ska, Mod This is an old entry .
  6. Jul 16,  · Nasenbluten - Transient Ischemic Attack Label: dEAdGirL Catalog#: DG Format: Cassette Country: Australia Released: Mar Ripped from the master cassette.
  7. Size – The compact size and weight of a cassette makes handling and shipping tapes easy. Shipping rates will only increase. Once packaged up, a standard LP weighs over a pound; a cassette will be about 4 ounces – a big difference when shipping.
  8. From a production standpoint, little had changed since the previous “You’re Going To Die” cassette, with the Amigas still front and centre running ProTracker. One notable difference on some of Lubinski’s new material was the introduction and usage of a Roland Jupiter 6 analog synth, which he’d acquired from a local hock shop.

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