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Tips for Buying Records For the First Time.

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 7, 2017 3:01:12 PM / by Daniel Shnaider

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Are you thinking about buying a record for the first time? Are you still debating what record player to get? Maybe just saw a record store in your home town and decided "Hey, I should try that" one of these days? Well if so, this article for you. If you've already built a collection of records, this is definitely not for you, but we'll be interested in your feedback on our new record player system. 

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5 Truly Awesome Band T-Shirts You can Collect Today

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 29, 2017 8:45:49 PM / by Daniel Shnaider

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We like to think of ourselves as the best place to buy Band T-Shirts in the greater boston area. (serious, come visit us of 495, we've got almost a 1000 of the things. But, to be honest, most of the T-shirts we have aren't super rare- though they are all awesome. Here are some of the rarest, most beautifully designed T-Shirts we hope you find in your attic one day. 

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4 Great Sound Systems for the Audiophile on a Budget.

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 27, 2017 4:13:13 PM / by Daniel Shnaider

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Sound is one of those things you either appreciate or you don't, and if you are in the latter category, we are sorry we have wasted your time. Please Enjoy this picture of two kittens in a tea cup, instead. 

For everyone still here, Sound improves exponentially with good equipment, but good equipment is usually expensive. So if you are just getting started, or are looking to replace what you have with your modest tax return, here is a list of 5 pieces of tech you'll need to check out first. 

4. Sony Micro Music System- I owned one of these in College and when I got my first apartment- the sound is loud, crisp and accurate, and processing system is a bit old but still does a decent job. At less than $200, it will go toe to toe with a $500.00 rig.... EXCEPT IT DOESN'T HAVE AN RCA IMPUT, so if you choose this set for your living room, and you don't have a mid range turntable, you're going to need a ten dollar converter. 

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5 Places to Buy Records in Massachusetts you have to try.

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 18, 2017 11:23:35 AM / by Daniel Shnaider

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Where to buy Records in the greater Boston Area? Well. us, and obviously, we'd love to have you in our store every day. The problem is, until Greg finishes his trans-dimensional vinyl dispensing unit, no record store is going to have every single item you'll want. So here are some of the stores in the area we like and buy from ourselves.

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Three Reasons NOT to collect Vinyl

[fa icon="calendar'] May 13, 2016 11:37:56 AM / by Daniel Shnaider posted in Insider

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Why buy Vinyl Records?

We don't know much about yet, but if you are here, there's a good chance you love music. And you want to experience your favorite bands and artists in more fullfilling, more permanent way. Either that or you love new and expensive ways of cluttering up your home.

If you're a music lover, collecting records can be an incredibly rewarding hobby that can help you experience your favorite artists the way that they wanted to be experienced. You'll make a few new friends and everyone will want to go to your home for movie or game nights because as a side effect of this Hobby, your going to wind up with the best audio rig within a 20 mile radius. But before you start waste time driving around the greater boston area, is this the right hobby for you? 

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