8 thoughts on “ See You Tomorrow - Various - Can You Break Through? (Vinyl, LP)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Can You Break Through? on Discogs. Label: Skene! Records - SKENE14 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hardcore, Punk/5(12).
  2. Jan 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Vinyl release of See You Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: Bella Union - BELLAV • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Orange • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •/5(5).
  3. [An album] all in delicacy, emotion and depth” Les Inrockuptibles France “See You Tomorrow is an album about, and full of, care, restraint, and love.” Philadelphia Inquirer “An album of glinting intimacies, suffused with a deep sense of time’s passage and lit through with fortifying reserves of .
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  5. So Long See You Tomorrow significantly derives its inspiration from World Music, Steadman has outdone himself in creating a sound 'out there' yet relatable, with hard hitting percussion and infectious melodies, all tied together in his unique production often seen in his solo work/5().
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  7. Record noise -- occasional clicks and pops - are part of the sound of vinyl, but with an LP played on an audiophile-grade turntable those noises recede into the background. They really do.
  8. Make frequent trips to the faucet to rinse and re-wet both the record and paper. is an extremely fine grit, so you may see extremely small scratches on the surface of the vinyl as it's being being sanded, if any. If you notice the smooth, runout surfaces of the record getting dull, you're probably pushing too hard. Use very light pressure.

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