100 7-Inch / 45RPM Vinyl Single Pre-Pack, Volume 1
by Various Artists
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7" Vinyl Box Set Details
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- Number of Records: 100
- Released: February 17, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Various Labels
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Music Lovers' Ratings & Reviews:
Based on 5 ratings.
I have ordered these PREPACKS, before and i must say they are well worth the money. It's like a giant grab bag you never know what's your gonna get. That's half the fun of these collection and you always get qaulity 45's.
I bought this and volume two pack at the same time.
Out of 200 records, what are the odds that you find what you like and also what you might like?
In my case, I would say I got about 1/4 out of it that I already knew and within this group, I also picked out some just by name or song title.
There were quite a few that I knew not, but there were a lot more with known names, just not my genre (mostly country). But I will listen to after going through my first picks. I know that Trish can sing. I have no clue as too who the others choose as music type.
The first pick from one of the boxes was an Elton John photo sleeve. Sitting right there on top of the stack. Probably worth more than just a quarter.
My first played was a pick from the unknown of the first picked. The song was called "Babysitter Boogie" and by some guy named Buzz. Buzz Crawford I think.
This had to be the only song that made me say, "Ahh..." Well, babies do that to me and this baby that had his own phonograph, could Boogie, and in a deep voice. Ahhhh.....Ooohhh
I also had quite a few picture sleeve records and good songs. Songs perhaps I didn't have or at least, a decent replacement for those ole worn out 45s'.
Also recommend using new tech stuff and get those vinyls to CD or MP3. I say, they still sound better, those 45's do.
I'm still deciding on buying some other sets.
Oh, some tunes are relabeled as flashback or others like that, and some seem to be original labels. 96 Tears by INKY? YIKES! Another of my first picks which I didn't mind. I like to hear other peoples takes. In fact, there was also a John Cougar Melloncamp record, picture sleeve, and he let it all hang out with his take on "Let It All Hang Out".
A teen will like a tune, one also new to her dad 20 years earlier, if someone new sings the same old song. It brought back memories.