Talking Heads

TalkingHeads

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“Vinyl, because the sound is more authentic and rustic, especially when you’re listening to older music.” -Kate Henning, PheKin ’14
“Vinyl, because the sound is more authentic and rustic, especially when you’re listening to older music.” -Kate Henning, PheKin ’14
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“Vinyl, because I like the music of that era and it has a more crisp sound.” -Zach Weima, Sci ’17
“Vinyl, because I like the music of that era and it has a more crisp sound.” -Zach Weima, Sci ’17
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“Digital music, because it’s portable and cheaper (or even free).” -Joey Wen, ConEd ’15
“Digital music, because it’s portable and cheaper (or even free).” -Joey Wen, ConEd ’15
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“Records, because they have more character.” -Jane Lee, ArtSci ’15
“Records, because they have more character.” -Jane Lee, ArtSci ’15
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“Digital music, because I’ve never listened to a vinyl record.” -Zain Saleem, ArtSci ’16
“Digital music, because I’ve never listened to a vinyl record.” -Zain Saleem, ArtSci ’16
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“I very much prefer vinyl because I have a soft spot for the crackles.” -Ryan Picard, Sci ’16
“I very much prefer vinyl because I have a soft spot for the crackles.” -Ryan Picard, Sci ’16
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Vinyl or digital music?

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