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    A few weeks back my iPod died, and I haven't gotten around to doing anything about it (the husband bought it for me last Fall, online from the MacMall rather than directly from Apple). In the mean time I still need something to listen to in the car so I scrounged up some ancient mix tapes. This one was made by a good friend and contains old favorites from Superchunk, The Clash, Billy Bragg, Guided by Voices, April March and more.

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    1. sizeofguam 99 months ago | reply

      it's still under warranty from apple- 1-800-MY-APPLE

      usually they'll just send you a new one. i've had three die on me so far.

    2. Princess Valium 99 months ago | reply

      what is this device you call "tapes?"

    3. pinprick 99 months ago | reply

      the other night i totally used my walkman to listen to an old mixtape. and then last night i used my discman, which was so cutting edge to me a few years ago!

    4. mathewh 99 months ago | reply

      as per princess v.: yes.. tay-p? vass iz diss? ;)

    5. Chuckumentary 99 months ago | reply

      i'm totally jealous of yr mixed tape.

    6. massdistraction 99 months ago | reply

      It's a damned fine one, old tech or not. But I do need to replace the ipod (this is the second that's died on us in under a year).

    7. dirtymouse 99 months ago | reply

      i prefer quarter inch tape myself. or old 'in car' cartridges. this ipod thing is only a passing phase!

    8. clarkwoods [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      Great shot. Ah, the memories of mix-tapes. I had quite a few that were recorded on this very brand.

      Thanks for making this available under a Creative Commons license. I've used it (and attributed it to you, with a link back here) alongside the latest chapter of my serialized story 01824. You can see it here.

    9. SisiMissa 21 months ago | reply

      Great!
      If you like tapes, please have a look at my work!


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