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I'm 27 years old, a professional musician and so having music constantly around me is important. Being born in 89' I kinda missed the vinyl format of music and to be honest, my real music education came from CD's. But why does the education need to stop? I found having a Spotify account was great for such easy access to music but I ended up just listening to singles or 'standout' tracks. A lot of hard work goes in to writing and recording an album and usually the artist wants you to listen to the album as it is structured, to be apart of the journey. For me, that's what vinyl records do. You play a whole side, flip it and play the second side. You learn the whole album.

Thanks for taking an interest guys and if you have time, feel free to read this blog post I wrote a few years back talking about my love for vinyl records right here - https://robbyrockmiller.tumblr.com/post/130465399786/my-spin-on-vinyl
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