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Is This What Heavens Really Like? - Various - Unlikely Stuff (Cassette)

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  1. I’m having a new bike built as we speak, and had to pick out a Shimano spd cassette. Even the cassette with a 32 cog had an Really? I’ve been riding Campy sp for awhile and have a which works well. That 11 cog is useless to me and I really don’t even need the What a waste. Hey, I’m 62 and just like to get out there.
  2. Others have gathered mold, and in still others the "binder" (glue) that holds the mag. stuff to the tape has gone bad in various other ways. But like the "pass wear" it varies widely with the quality of the materials, the manufacturing process, and of course the storage conditions (heat and humidity are the big variations).
  3. Nov 27,  · Cassette tapes are having an unlikely moment. Even major bands have gotten in on the action, with groups like Metallica, the Flaming Lips, and Dinosaur Jr. offering limited-release cassette.
  4. Jan 19,  · Heaven's Gate Lyrics: One look from you and I'm on that faded love / Out of my body and flying above / If there were any more left of me, I'd give it .
  5. Mar 19,  · That sounds like a sticky-shed problem to me. As with certain reel to reel tapes, some cassettes develop this problem too. If worth the time, the cassette can be baked for approx 8 hours at to F, and then archived. The tape will have a shelf like of 1 .
  6. There's also similar Microshift RDs and cassettes. There's also the various hacky extra-wide-range speed cassette setups like the Wolf Tooth Goatlink plus a Sunrace , but those are even less likely to be worth messing with for you if you're happy with your current rear gearing without shifting.
  7. The compact cassette became popular for automobiles in the early 60's. You could buy a high end tape deck for more than the cost of a brand new car. Imagine spending 25k or more on a tape deck today, and you see what the value really looks like.
  8. Sep 24,  · Video games don't exactly age like rare comic books -- once they've been out for a while, they generally wind up collecting dust in the "used" section of GameStop or live on as $5 downloads on Steam. No collector is out there offering big cash for the gently used copy of Crash Bandicoot in your closet.

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