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I couldn't even tell you what it was, but can say it would have been about 5 years ago. Every cassette I own I think I now have the CD of... unless it sucked.

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Still have a fair few bootleg live tapes which I'm slowly putting to CDR .

I think the last I listened to was Riot - Live at the Peppermint Lounge recorded sometime in the 80's.

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RATT - Out Of The Cellar and Shotgun Messiah S/T. A friend of mine dug up all his old cassettes and we spent the evening drinking beer, pissing off his wife and playing through them on his 1989 boombox.

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Still have a fair few bootleg live tapes which I'm slowly putting to CDR .

I think the last I listened to was Riot - Live at the Peppermint Lounge recorded sometime in the 80's.

 

Working on a fair amount of demo transfers myself...

 

Last one burnt/listened to was Mistrust-Spin The World.

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Twisted Sister - Love is for Suckers :beerbang:

That was one tape that was very hard for me to let go of when I traded in my collection (somewhere around 450).

The only cassette I ended up keeping out of the bunch was Steeler - Strike Back (why, I have no idea :lol: )and some cassette singles. Other than that they are all gone. And even though I kept some singles, I stupidly got rid of my Great White - Wasted Rock Ranger. :doh:

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I keep a couple of my old cassettes in the glove box in my Jeep, in case I forget to bring CDs along with me in the car for whatever reason. That doesn't happen very often but at least the tapes are there for backup if I need 'em.

 

I think the last one I listened to was the first L.A. Guns album.

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Still have a fair few bootleg live tapes which I'm slowly putting to CDR .

I think the last I listened to was Riot - Live at the Peppermint Lounge recorded sometime in the 80's.

 

Whoa I'd love to hear that. :headbanger:

 

Wes PM me your address and stuff.....I'll try and get it done for you over the next week or so, time permitting as that's one I haven't transferred yet...pretty good quality though it's dated 5/7/82 and has Rhett Forrester on vocal duties, also have one from Long Island (My Fathers Place) from '81 with Guy Speranza on which is a radio broadcast if you want that too I'll sort it.

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Probably U2- Live at the Lakeland Arena in Florida, first US stop on their Zooropa tour in 1992.

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I Still have about 450 tapes... I played a few was last weekend when I was hooking up

my old Teac Tape deck....I played Venom's American Assault, Radioactive Cats (forgot the title) Disciple's "This Might Sting a Little" and I think Amrosia's "Rode Island"..

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A demo by a band called Intruder

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Shotgun Alli :)

 

the only casette i listen to..

That totally makes sense. I mean, once you've heard that it's kind of pointless to listen to anything else... :guitbannana:

 

Wow..I heard of them..but never got to hear them...weren't they a bunch of cross dressing,

nazi loving, black hari-krishnas..

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Shotgun Alli :)

 

the only casette i listen to..

That totally makes sense. I mean, once you've heard that it's kind of pointless to listen to anything else... :guitbannana:

 

Wow..I heard of them..but never got to hear them...weren't they a bunch of cross dressing,

nazi loving, black hari-krishnas..

Up until they sold out and went polka-core. <_<

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Shotgun Alli :)

 

the only casette i listen to..

That totally makes sense. I mean, once you've heard that it's kind of pointless to listen to anything else... :guitbannana:

 

Wow..I heard of them..but never got to hear them...weren't they a bunch of cross dressing,

nazi loving, black hari-krishnas..

Up until they sold out and went polka-core. <_<

 

Dont forget the one off support to Barney the dinosaur. Kids were injured. Best left unsaid.

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Shotgun Alli :)

 

the only casette i listen to..

That totally makes sense. I mean, once you've heard that it's kind of pointless to listen to anything else... :guitbannana:

 

Wow..I heard of them..but never got to hear them...weren't they a bunch of cross dressing,

nazi loving, black hari-krishnas..

Up until they sold out and went polka-core. <_<

 

Dont forget the one off support to Barney the dinosaur. Kids were injured. Best left unsaid.

I kinda liked 'em :anon:

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