Keep It Up - Various - Hot Tracks 14-3 (Vinyl)

As he enters, he waves at the rows of multicolored album covers stacked floor to ceiling in two cabinets against the wall. Between the shelves sits a long, polished counter, like the dashboard of a spaceship.

Two turntables flank a panel of switches and knobs connected to speakers below. No longer DJing for just college friends, Alschuler, 38, emcees dance parties for his 2- and 5-year-old sons. His turntables are dance-proof; they sit on springs that absorb the bounce of tiny feet as two generations of Alschulers share a nearly century-old music experience.

Vinyl was always there, but ebbed in popularity as new mediums were invented. Cassettes and CDs transformed music portability. Vinyl album sales in the U. Though records still represent a fraction of all music sales, its impact is major for the communities driving the growth. Michael Fremer built a career on vinyl, writing columns for various music magazines and eventually becoming the editor of Analog Planet, an online source of equipment reviews and vinyl commentary.

Record collectors across North Carolina may not know each other, but many know Fremer, who is regarded by some as the high priest of the church of vinyl.

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Country of Origin - Assembly. You are viewing. Email address. Please enter a valid email address. Mobile apps. Walmart Services. This is a recurring theme on the album, sometimes taking a serious approach in looking at American society, in songs like "I Don't Like Mondays" and " Diamond Smiles ," while other times looking at it in a downright silly and mocking manner in songs like "Nothing Happened Today" and "Having My Picture Taken," the album takes aim at life in classic punk style.

In , this album was re-released it had previously been released but fell out of print quickly , digitally remastered by Bob Geldof and Pete Briquette with bonus tracks, mostly B-sides from various eras, that delve more deeply into the Rats' musical influences. All songs written by Bob Geldof unless otherwise indicated. We will return From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Boomtown Rats. Retrieved Retrieved February 22, Pop a vinyl onto a vintage record player when hanging with friends or throwing a party and you are guaranteed to be the coolest host around.

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9 thoughts on “Keep It Up - Various - Hot Tracks 14-3 (Vinyl)

  1. Paul Rodgers/Various Artists - Muddy Water Blues (A Tribute To Muddy Waters) [2LP] (LIMITED ORANGE Gram Audiophile Vinyl, first time on vinyl, numbered to ) $ Prince - Sign O' The Times [2LP] gram Peach Colored Vinyl $
  2. This cd contains straight up blues with horns and a kickin rythm section. This band grooves so hard, its unimaginable. And Harry "Sweets" Edison. Lord. I reccomend this cd to anyone who is looking for rockin blues that makes you wanna get up and dance right on the spot/5(4).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Keep It Up on Discogs/5(64).
  4. Tracks can be found on vinyl on Hot Tracks issue # SA The original version of track 9 can be found on issue # Track 9 is a bonus cut for this CD and was not previously available on Hot Tracks." Booklet incorrectly states that original version of track 9 can be found on issue #, when it should state track 10 instead.5/5(6).
  5. The ℗ information on the label is different than Loverboy - Keep It Up The four-point MAPL icons (Music, Artist, Performance, Lyrics) indicate all tracks are % Canadian Content (CanCon) Track A1: Dean Of Music and Blackwood Music (Canada) Ltd. All rights administrated by Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)/5(15).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Very Best Of Hot Tracks Volume 3 on Discogs. Label: Hot Tracks - VBO-3 • Series: The Very Best Of Hot Tracks - 3 • Format: 2x, Vinyl .
  7. DJs knew that Hot Tracks remixes were (generally) re-edits and re-arrangements of the 12 inch mix that was released by the record label with parts extended to mix in and out, etc whereas Ultimix (and to a lesser degree Disconet) more often than not had the multitrack masters and accapellas and went into a studio and re-built the tracks from the ground up changing a lot of elements.
  8. Not to rub it in anyone's face, but I was lucky to grab this six years ago at $ before the price went into the atmosphere. Hot Tracks was a hip alternative to the commercial inch single. Independent remixers offered their own production finesse on these tracks. Highly recommend!

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