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One thing I will never understand is people paying extra for a recording format that is inherently infeior and subject to all sorts of flaws in the production process such as warping, blistering, unsteadinss of sound due to malformed center holes, scratchiness as one heads into the inside tracks,not to mention faster degradation of sound due to needle wear (and the sad fact is that most people cannot afford things like zero-weight tonearms and weights to keep the records flat and ultra stable heavy-based players etc etc etc)

Clyde Smith

It's hard to understand people that aren't like you, isn't it?

So strange. They like things you don't.

What's up with that?


That's right radioedrafts, you don't understand.

Just because you don't understand something, doesn't mean it's not good.

Clyde Smith

For me it's not an issue of good or bad.

I don't listen to vinyl or cassettes.

It's about humans caring about something and other humans attacking them for caring when it's absolutely none of their business at the end of the day.

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