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  1. Neither will most of the 160gm vinyl.
  2. I have numerous records from the early to mid 70s with shrink wrap in tact to this day, never had a problem. The warping is a new issue (for whatever reason), shrink wrap has been with us for a long time. In the golden age, many bought imports whenever they could because of better production, better packaging and heavier vinyl (mostly 120gm). There was also the fact that a lot of music wasn't released in Australia. A very high percentage of second hand jazz are imports, just look at what's for sale. This was mainly what they bought back in the day. These imports were almost always in shrink wrap, but they weren't warped.
  3. Jazz: Currently Spinning

    Jug at his smooth improvisational best.
  4. They kept it up till the end too. "How about a kiss for your cousin Dupree."
  5. Jazz: Currently Spinning

    Headin' south for 40 minutes.
  6. Jazz: Currently Spinning

    Enjoying some organ wonderness, and man, can this Cat play. Joined by some great musos and conducted by Lalo Schifrin.
  7. The Song Game Mk III

    I wish to register a complaint (in my best Cleese voice). If the words in brackets form part of the title on the record label, it's part of the title.
  8. The Song Game Mk III

    Beetles - All You Need Is Love
  9. Don't they use the same vacuum motor as a record doctor v? If so, a new doctor is only $355 locally and comes with local warranty.
  10. Another newbie

    I reckon my chiro has made enough out of me to invest in a good system. Welcome.