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Old 06.19.2006, 03:58 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by screamingskull
i want this!, is it anygood?

It's pretty cool. Nothing too heavy, just a good fun read. Interesting to look at the variety of examples people gave Thurston to include in the book. People did cool things with cassette covers, too, sort of collage artsy covers.

I've actually made a couple mix tapes based on a couple of the example compilations in the book. The book has inspired me to start making mix tapes (yes, as in cassette, not CDR) again. There's something about having a side A and a side B that's very satisfying.
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