Category Archives: Formats

Limp Bizkit will release their new song via cassette

Posted by on May 30, 2014

After the Wu Tang Clan broke new ground by releasing only one copy of their new album, everyone is trying to find new (or would this be old?) and creative ways of distributing music. This time, it’s Limp Bizkit’s turn. They decided to release a new track called “Endless Slaughter” via cassette. And yes, I […]

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Good Luck Playing That Sword Cassette Now

Posted by on December 10, 2012

If you have a car from the early ’90s, a stereo system from the ’80s, or a boombox, you’re in luck. If not, then you might want to stock up on a portable cassette player to play that limited edition Sword cassette. Sony has announced that they’ll be discontinuing the production of their latest cassette […]

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Happy 30th Birthday To The CD

Posted by on October 1, 2012

30 years ago today, the first Compact Disc players became commercially available in Japan. At $1,000, they weren’t cheap, and they wouldn’t arrive in the United States for another six months. Developed jointly by Sony and Philips, the first album to be released on CD was Billy Joel’s 52nd Street. It took a while for […]

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