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The first LP I ever bought, way back in 1981. I remember getting the bus to town, going into Woolworths and handing over my hard earned money. I got home and placed my pride and joy on my very cheap and tacky Fidelity HF42 Portable Record Player. I may have only been eleven but in my eyes I became a man that day. I must climb into my parents attic and see if I still have it, Coz the newer CD version just doesn't sound the same. but I'm probably biased. Where did the Years go?

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I can imagine she spends hours at the only record store in town and if she goes to the city. she has her favorite haunts there too.

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1970s Top of the Pops albums - these records did not feature the original tracks or artists, they had cover versions, recorded by session singers and musicians to sound as close to the originals as the time and budget would allow. This usually meant nothing like the original.

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from Mail Online

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from the Guardian

Peter Saville on his classic Joy Division and New Order artwork

Total, Joy Division & New Order (Rhino, 2011). “I realised this was a record that would be sold in supermarkets and advertised on television. So the cover has a ‘pile it high, sell it cheap’ aesthetic. As you open it out, it says ‘Total’, but folded up you just see the ‘O’s. It says, ‘From Joy Division to New Order’. I couldn’t bear the words ‘Best of’. It’s a long way from the independent record shop to Tesco, almost 33 years.”

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1954 Wurltizer Model 1700 jukebox, showing the beautiful colored light display. These machines are seriously cool.

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