is anyone noticing this about lp's also?

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  1. D-Logik

    D-Logik Member

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    the more than one record packs that have been coming out as of late have had more than half the tracks on it are hot as fuck no matter if it's a double pack or a 5 piecer.

    lately i'll get a triple pack and end up playing 5 tunes off it regularly...it's sweet.


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  2. Time Dependant

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    I think the LP I play the most tracks from is 'Stakka & Skynet's Clockwork LP. Every track has it's stamp of originality, & keep a crowd rocking to. I think Straight Jacket or Isolation are the best ones there
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    Definitely true, I never used to be arsed with albums but now I'm buying loads
     
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    Eska android funkster

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    been noticing the same too

    Goodbye to one tracker E.P.'s!

    Clockwork is classic also feelin most the tunes off Original Dr. Shade
     
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    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    Yeah - defintley on that clockwork - Baambata tune is nice to switch it up.

    Moving fusion - start of something too - ive caned the fuck outta it
     
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    I'm also finding that with LP's that are been released I'm not instantly loving every track, it takes a while to really get a good feeling about what sound the producer was trying to push out. It's not a bad thing to me it means my vinyl collection stays fresh for even longer because I'll go back to tracks a few weeks, maybe even a couple of month's later & really start to love what there all about!
     
  7. jnr_bryson

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    yeah i'm the same. most of the vinyl i have bought this year has been e.p's and lp's. it's about time in my opinion though, because it used to be a few good tracks and a few fillers. i just hope it keeps up.