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Records, CDs & Love

I once fell in love with a girl because of her record collection. Those of her records and CDs that I knew were all great. The ones I didn’t know were either ones where reviews or references had made me interested, or had really great covers (which, for a brief time in the mid 90ies, was strongly correlated with the quality of the music). Leafing through the collection was an experience of surprise, amazement, intrigue and delight. Continue reading


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