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Old 03-04-2019, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default Attention record labels/vinyl printers (small rant)

On the vinyl versions of your albums, mark your damn center labels clearly as "Side 1" and "Side 2"!! Enough with the ****ing cryptic shit, where we just have to guess! It's annoying! Stop trying to be cute with it!
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I agree with this. I hate having to count the tracks to see which is which side.

Also, mark the speeds on the labels.
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There's always the option to mark the label yourself with a sharpie to denote side 1 and 2. I mean, it's probably gonna devalue the LP but if you're going to just be listening to it instead of hoarding it like some goddamn stamp collector, then it's hardly going to matter.

Speeds on the other hand, now that's essential.
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