Denon DP-300F Fully Automatic Analog Turntable together with Two (2) Hot Vinyls

Denon DP-300F Fully Automatic Analog Turntable together with Two (2) Hot Vinyls

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Own this Denon DP-300F Fully Automatic Analog Turntable, designed with a heavier base construction to decrease vibration for superior performance.
Tone arm action starts and stops automatically using gentle lifting and lowering motions to protect your vinyl.
Moving-magnet(MM) cartridge headshell is removable.
Turntable sheet is 5mm thick; uses hologram vibration analysis to improve its ability to hold a record.
DC servo motor and belt drive system with rotation speeds of 33 1/3 or 45 rpm.

Boxer - The National - Vinyl" From the first piano chords on opener "Fake Empire", the National creates a late-night, empty-city-street mood, slightly menacing but mostly isolated. The ten tracks that follow sustain and even amplify that feeling, revealing the band's range as they play close to the vest......With machine precision, (drummer Bryan Devendorf's) fluttering tom rhythms add a heartbeat.....his rhythms casually spar with Berninger's vocal melodies, jabbing and swinging at the singer's empathies and emotions...Like those on their last album, these songs reveal themselves gradually but surely, building to the inevitable moment when they hit you in the gut....It's the rare album that gives back whatever you put into it." Review by Stephen M. Deusner, Pitchfork, May 21, 2007

OK Computer - Radiohead - Double Vinyl, 180 gramFrom the Atlantic, June 22, 2017 by Spencer Kornhaber:
"In Rolling Stone's recent cover story on the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's OK Computer, singer Thom Yorke says that if he could go back to 1997, he'd tell his younger self to "lighten the "!$#%" up". But I don't know - to listen to the newly reissued OK Computer is to be struck by the one aspect of the album that's still somehow underrated:its humor. Yes, Radiohead is perhaps the modern pop-rock act most described with the word "gloom".....But Radiohead, crucially, communicated their despair with a wicked sense of absurdity. Their wit shaped both the album's lyrics and instrumentation, rendering pessimism as a wry delight."
Donated By: Denise and Robert Lombardi
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