The Long One - State Lines, Haverford - Split (Cassette)

8 thoughts on “ The Long One - State Lines, Haverford - Split (Cassette)

  1. Zulugis says:
    Over HD Channels Available! With over high-definition channels, you can see for yourself the incredible sharpness and detail of all your favorite shows in high definition. All you need is your high-definition TV set and Long Lines Digital Cable service.
  2. Gardashura says:
    History and Records Use the sub-menus to explore the history of Haverford XC and track, and all of our school records. THIS IS THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE HAVERFORD HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY, WINTER TRACK, AND SPRING TRACK TEAMS, LOCATED IN HAVERTOWN, PA.
  3. Makus says:
    I used to do this in the early '90s to record from the radio. The audio quality is very good, much better than cassette and a tiny shade under CD quality. In long play many hours will fit on one tape. Afterwards, copy what you want to a computer and burn some CDs.
  4. Akinomuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of County Line on Discogs.
  5. Yozshur says:
    Dec 20,  · You went through the correct steps, but forgot to do "times 45" instead of "times 90," since it's two minute sides, not one 90 minute side. Cut the amount in half, and you've got feet. (I know: tapes tend to run a little on the long side, but they ran ABOUT 45 minutes per side, and I've had tapes run both longer and [gasp] shorter.
  6. Akinos says:
    Cassette culture is in a renaissance now, just like vinyl. People are paying $$$ for vintage Walkmen, putting decks back in their cars, etc. Pre-recorded cassettes are $ each in most places, and if you have a good deck (for example, I have two Nakamichis) many people won't be able to tell the difference between cassette and vinyl-- and.
  7. Tuktilar says:
    You would see people carry their cassette tapes with pride. But, all good things must come to an end. Sadly! So, now that we are past the 80s, how long can those little rectangles full of musical gold last? Great question! When properly cared for, your audio cassette tapes have a lifespan of 30 years.

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