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Brilliant peeps  
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Great pics people.

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Good ones peeps
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Well in, James son, well in.
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Can you still buy them cartridges I thought it was Stanton all the way these days?  

Off topic: I foolishly sold a top end Technics deck to a mate for 20 only to realise it was worth a good 200+  :-/

My Vinyl's just collecting dust in cupboard as nobody's into gate fold rock albums nowadays. Although they make a unique and interesting birthday present when professional framed
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