Now this is sneaky, because some people have misinterpreted the question to be "music is most fun when played back
I like my music stored on hard disk, because it's easy to arrange and find and back up, and I can transfer it to CD or MiniDisc and make my own compilations. However, I have something of a fetish for late 70s and 80s vinyl. I think the crackling gives the music character and the art covers and art work is unsurpassed as well, plus it's fun trying to uncover albums in charity shops (thrift stores).
rozallin j. thompson
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