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  1. Goltigar says:
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  3. Akile says:
    This Demon/Sony Music 5-disc box is a lot of fun – basically listening to a classic rock format FM station w/quite a few unusual nuggets or very deep tracks thrown in. Excellent (re-mastered??) sound, & playback volume between tracks is pretty good (a few are very low, though, like Mott the Hoople’s All the Young Dudes), so ripping/burning favorite tracks via computer is pretty /5().
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