Saim wrote:This is what I could make out:
Valió la pena rescatar las viejas cintas de noventa minutos, no disponibles en el top-manta*, ahora piensa cuantos solos temas que te revientan el fide, joder, era un placer poder grabarlas, una y otra vez por las dos caras, es algo así como un kalashnikov que solo se dispara, pulsa el stop y rebobina ahora si quieres escuchar la misma cara, puedes pasarlas entre cintas de noventa, y cintas pintas pasajeras evolucionan de forma lenta.
It was worth recovering the 90 min tapes [cassettes], not available in the top-manta*, now think how many single songs that blow up your hi-fi, fuck, it was a pleasure being able to record them, one time and again by both sides, it's like a Kalashnikov that's shoots itself, now push stop and rewind now if you want to listen to the same side, you can pass them between 90 min tapes, and spotted fleeting tapes evolve slowly.
*top-manta: Back in the early 2000's some immigrants used to make a living by selling pirate cds on the streets. Usually they'd put a small sheet (manta) on the floor, and the various cds on sale on it. To know how successful an album was, you'd just have to check if it was being sold there, as only the albums that were high on the top charts were available. Thus, it was popularly named "top-manta". Now these top-manta sellers are less likely to be found, due to high speed internet being widely available and increased police forces patrolling the streets.
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