Lazarus Short wrote:megatrends wrote:I heard your records play better after you talk to them. They feel loved and not so alone and are generally "happy".
We could be LP wisperers...
We could be, I talk to my car and do not know why. maybe it is because it is from 1989 and has survived.
Okay I just came across this warped record repair product on Youtube. What say you all! I would feel funny about placing a record in the oven.
Also if it was posted already I am sorry, I had a lot of wine with dinner and am afraid to get lost in this thread of I search it out lol. Anybody use this ever? Does it work? I have a limited numbered edition of Star Wars The Story Of Star Wars picture disc. I own three but one is warped and I would like to repair it.
It had better work for $100 ... that's all I'm saying. I only have about 3 warped records out of the couple thousand, maybe I should just rebuy the records!!
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