What's Spinning Tonight?

Edit: Ha, apparently something didn't work first time. As in everything, totally blank!


This House CD is a remix album of a single issued before the album itself was released. The remixing (courtesy of David Cole and Robert Clivillés aka C+C Music Factory) of their last US #1 hit off their last album was as unexpectedly great as the track itself.

Opening lyric says it all, "In order to play with this record.. you must tune your bass to ours. Look out!"

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Love this track and I have the 12" single which I picked up when it came out in 1991, I have not listen to it for a while. I must dig it out. :cool:
 
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another great album I enjoy.best pop hits from 1981.
 

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Bob Dylan – Springtime In New York: The Bootleg Series Vol. 16 1980–1985 - 2LP's - absolutely wonderful latest release in Bob's bootleg series. I am even tempted to order the 4LP Third Man records exclusive Vault members release from a scum pos flipper. stupid decision by CBS to allow this to happen as all it does is encourage scum flippers as the record is not available anywhere else.


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the tonearm with 13 "wooden arm tube is a prototype from the German Analog Forum. It is mounted on a solid aluminum base, weight 3.5kg.
the right tonearm is a TW Acustic 10.5", mounted on a solid bronze base, weight 7.5kg.
 
the tonearm with 13 "wooden arm tube is a prototype from the German Analog Forum. It is mounted on a solid aluminum base, weight 3.5kg.
the right tonearm is a TW Acustic 10.5", mounted on a solid bronze base, weight 7.5kg.
Thank you. I recently switched to a solid brass armpod for my 12” Siggwan and it made a surprising improvement compared to the aluminum armboard I used previously.
 
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Thank you. I recently switched to a solid brass armpod for my 12” Siggwan and it made a surprising improvement compared to the aluminum armboard I used previously.
Bronze is a perfect base for tonearms with metal arm tubes; a wooden tonearms play tonally darker. a brighter sounding base, aluminum fits perfectly in my ears then goes more in the neutral direction
 

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