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Mirrorball's event that is giving new meaning to the term "House Party", Jack Daniel's House No. 7, is featured in BizBash. Read on for an insight into the experience, surprise, and debauchery of its two night stay in New York.
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Mirrorball has implemented our rules and regulations, as we have recently acquired an extensive Vinyl collection. CEO Michael Blatter strives to teach our Millennial staff the history of music through the tactile actions of "record playing".

The Mirrorball Vinyl Room Rules and Regulations

1. The Mirrorball Vinyl Room is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week
2. Vinyl records sound better when sitting in a beanbag chair
3. Holding vinyl is a skill. Do not put your fingerprints on the records. Always hold vinyl on the edges, between your two palms. Your greasy fingers will leave residue on the vinyl that will affect the dynamic range of the sound.
4. Please be careful not to scratch records. They are already scratched enough.
5. The cardboard holder of a record is known as the Jacket. The vinyl records come in a paper Sleeve that fits into the jacket. The entire package is known as an Album. Please keep the open part of the sleeve parallel with the open part of the jacket. Try not to remove the sleeve from the jacket. If you have consumed any mind altering substances, and have removed the sleeve, do not attempt to put the sleeve back in the jacket.
6. Place records on the turntable. Make sure the tonearm lever is in the upright position. Always use the lever to lower the needle to the record. Only a few skilled vinyl aficionados have the ability to manually place the needle on the record. If you want to practice this skill, please use a record from the Showtunes section
7. Our turntable is old school (manual) and requires you to move the tonearm back to its original position once a record is over.
8. Please only remove one album at a time. Please replace the album to its original alphabetized position, upon completion of your listening. Never leave records out. Period.
9. When removing a record from the shelf, remove the adjacent record half way marking the position of your selection for easy return to its position.
10. All the albums are grouped alphabetically, using the following system. Billy Joel would be grouped under J, Bob Dylan would be grouped under D and Pink Floyd would be grouped under P. Emerson Lake & Palmer would be under E. The Beatles would be under B not T. We also have separate sections for Showtunes, Soundtracks, and Compilations, R&B and 12 inch dance tracks (although a lot of R&B is mixed in with the rock). We have Classical living in a cardboard box next to the shelf and just for show and tell; we have some vintage ten-inch records laying around. Do not try to play these; the grooves are too wide for our player.
11. If you feel the desire to steal a record, because you absolutely must have it in your personal collection - just ask Blatter, because he will likely give it to you.
12. Each record has been cataloged and photographed. Records will be periodically checked, for missing inventory.
13. Records do not leave this office, without permission.
14. Put the fucking records away. Did I say that already?
15. In the event of multiple people wanting to play music at the same time, musical choices will be decided by Mirrorball seniority or the flip of a coin, or rock paper scissors.
16. Feel free to contribute to the collection.
17. Feel free to have theme parties based on specific records.
18. Be on the lookout for loose seeds, in between double albums. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, ask your parents.
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Easton inaugurates the Mirrorball vinyl room with the first selection!
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