How an L.A. Printer Kept the Art of the Album Cover Alive - As music media became digital in the ‘80s with CDs, and later on with MP3s and now streaming, many audiophiles missed the rich analog sound of vinyl albu...
Sunday, 23 November 2008
The nineties, especially the late nineties, seemed to not have one musical genre to call its own for teens to relate too. It wasn’t like the disco era of the late sixties early seventies, it wasn’t like the punk era of the eighties, it wasn’t like the grunge movement of the early nineties; it really was the start of a blend of music.
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Written by RJ Chamberlain