Calibra - This Sucks, Suck This [T.S.S.T.] (Cassette)

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  1. May 20,  · A cassette you could even slam on a tiled floor (kids love that when they’re cross) – nothing happened. The only damage you could make to a cassette is get the tape recorder into a kind of “jam”, so that the naked tape got tangled inside. When untangled, sound remained a little musty at that position ;) Today, kids get stuff on CD.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Suck It And See! on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - 02 • Format: Cassette Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Experimental, Heavy Metal4/5(1).
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  4. Feb 19,  · Ballbreaker "digalog" original US cassette that I occasionally bought last month is also a huge revelation! Own many original versions of this album but this is clear winner vs original US cd/US LP/ German LP /German tape. Wide spectacular soundstage, great mid section and top end.
  5. You can also make your own cassette by cutting out various parts from a standard cassette to reveal the pinch roller and head. Usually one uses a C cassette for this. PL PL81 was a cassette for calibrating the playback level. It had a Hz signal at 0 dB. If your tape deck has a facility to adjust the output level then you could.
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  7. Vinyl reissue of a cassette compilation that the Artcore Fanzine (UK) was involded in, that originally came out in , slimmed down to LP length. Includes out of print and unreleased tracks from nine hardcore punk bands from the mid-eighties.
  8. Some albums have a different audio mix on cassette compared to CD or Vinyl. The point is to collect them and compare those mixes. Personally, I find some albums to have stronger bass with the cassette mix rather than the standard CD. So I prefer the cassette copy. To each their own, but cassettes aren't inferior in everyway.