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okay because you’re only gonna be able to get stuff from well known - somewhat well known bands that most likely have a lot of money. Also, the fucking record companies get all the money from the Cd’s (unless they’re super unknown) so if you like a band, buy their T-shirt, their little knick-knac items… That’s how you support them :)
you have got to be shitting me
This is the biggest misconception most people have.
As a Very Small Label, Record Store Owner and Musician, it amazes me to think people consider downloading an artists music they should otherwise support.
The Band: Musicians spend months writing (gas money, strings, sticks, blown amps, live shows for zero profit, etc) and manage to save enough to buy recording time at a recording studio.
The Label: Owners hear something they believe in and know the band has purged their finances to the very brink of starvation. A label puts forth thousands of dollars, months of time, headache with pressing concepts, cover layouts, design schemes and many other aspects unseen to get to approve a test pressing. After that, the effort to promote, get the product to distribution, record stores, the band and so many other physical places is extremely costly, time consuming and draining.
The record store manages to skip a real meal and choose a noodle diet to order records for YOU to enjoy.
To think all of this effort is shrugged off to “the bands don’t get shit” is sad.
The Label: We the record sells we release another record. When they don’t sell THE BAND looses a chance at the next release, THE LABEL goes stagnant and THE FAN cries about why the band broke up, does release new music or tour.
I work 40+ hours at a factory job, volunteer 20+ hours to opening the doors to a local record shop and utilize it as a home base for a record label. WE GET ZERO PROFIT from sales off artists. We someone buys our albums we PAY THE BILLS, PRESS THE NEXT RECORD and PAY THE BANDS THAT PLAY AT OUR SPOT.
We work with a lot of great people who deserve your support.
What if people stopped paying for Internet access, iPods, computers and phones, etc?
NONE of that shit would continue to be made. Get it?
Apollo 711 Record Player and Stereo ca. 1970
Obviously inspired and impressed by the eminent 20th century event of the first successful manned mission to the moon on July 20th, 1969 the Canadian Consumer Electronics producer Electrohome in Kitchener, Ontario launched its “Apollo” series of stereo combos and record players in 1970, one year after the event. The series in 1972 was renamed “Saturn”. Four versions, with/without an AM/FM receiver, and with/without a tulip shaped floor pedestal, were produced. The stereos came with two spherical black anodized metal eyeball speakers on various own stands. The turntable is made by renowned BSR (Birmingham Sound Reproducers) Limited of Great Britain, one of the most prolific and experienced turntable manufacturers. It plays 12” 10” or 7” records with 16, 33, 45 or 78 rpm. It works as an automatic record changer too. It has a flip-flop cartridge with separate needles for 33/45 and 78 rpm records. It has a headphone jack (on the operation panel) and 4 jacks for tape in and out (on the bottom). So, you can connect other audio equipment like a tuner, a tape deck, a CD player, mp3 player or iPod to the amplifier.