If You Need Me - The Equators - Hot (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Format: Vinyl LP Album Cat No: Stiff Records ‎SEEZ 35 TVF Code: REG Grading: G/G+ Other Comments: Record Has Some Superficial Marks Tracks: Side A 1. Rescue Me 2. Age Of 5 3. If You Need Me 4. More Than A Person 5. Rankin' Discipline Side B 1. Mr. Copper 2. Nightmare 3. Where Did Johnny Go 4. There Is Someone 5. Learn My Lesson 6. Feelin.
  2. Apr 12,  · Vinyl record albums are no longer produced in the quantities they once were, having been replaced by magnetic then digital media. However, the original issues are now collector's items. It is important for collectors to identify the edition of a vinyl record album to assess the value. By comparing information and.
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  4. Sep 29,  · The weight will lead to warping of the vinyl and even possible cracking or scuff marks. You’re also putting the album jacket artwork at risk when you stack records in storage. 5. And make sure you’re playing your records properly. When you go to pick up your record, make sure you do not touch the surface – only the very edge!
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  6. Hot, an Album by The Equators. Released in on Stiff (catalog no. SEEZ 35; Vinyl LP)/5(11).
  7. Such a great album! If you are a Fleetwood Mac fan then you will love this album! This was a VINYL version and the quality was superb. There was not much background noise and the when played loud you could still hear the quality of the vinyl/5(2).

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