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This Record Is Being Played In Clubs, Discolounges, House- Basement- Or Blockparties (Regainvoicemix)

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  1. If you rent out your clubhouse or other facility--or even if you just let owners use it for free for get-togethers--you should provide guidance on what’s OK and what’s not. Here our experts provide a road map you can use to create rules tailored to your HOA.
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  7. Jun 30,  · No, of course not. At the beginning of the CD era, you couldn't even MAKE a good clone, the wasn't even out yet. A CD from a record club was probably made in-house at the licensee from a Dolby A analog dub tape of the EQ cutting tape. This was converted to a CD at the record club (record company) studio and then plant.
  8. Jan 04,  ·:(As The Wall Street Journal reported recently, Columbia House has a new owner, and that new owner apparently intends to “relaunch the service with a new emphasis on vinyl records.” Um. Well, yeah. “What astute new owner is this,” you ask? Well, his name is John Lippman, and he recently purchased Columbia House for a cool $ million.

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