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  2. In '82 when Thriller came out, records and 8-tracks were still fairly commonplace. I don't believe cassette tapes became the de facto standard until late in the 80's. Bad (released in '87) actually may have sold more cassette tapes even though it may have only sold about half as many albums.
  3. Formed in in Nashville, Forget Cassettes began as a solo project for Beth Cameron after the dissolution of her former band Fair Verona. She was soon joined by Doni Schroader on drums and Rhodes piano for Instruments of Action, who left in to drum for And You Will Know Us by the Trail of birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo recruited Jay Leo Phillips (Apollo Up!) on bass and Rhodes and Aaron Ford on drums.
  4. Aug 02,  · Forget vinyl, cassette tapes are the musical comeback story of Trusted Reviews may earn an affiliate commission when you purchase through links on our site. Learn More.
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  6. Aug 25,  · Oupa's a total mood album, which is okay, because let's be honest; some of the albums that we are the most tender towards, are mood albums. Forget is one that I think will have a slow crawl into popularity, but for me, after listening to it this morning, it's one of my favorite albums of the year(and eventually could end up being my favorite)/5(1).
  7. Nov 09,  · Forget the vinyl revival. The cassette tape will be back on Christmas lists this year as high-profile artists ranging from Coldplay to Robbie Williams .
  8. Jun 08,  · In the 70s, 80s and early 90s, the audio cassette reigned king. Practically every car was built with a tape player installed, and special carrying cases littered the floors of American automobiles everywhere. In fact, cassettes were a revelation. They provided a Author: Christian Roemer.

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