This Stereo Sounds Strange

My first record player was a hand-me-down, 1930's-style Crosley with built-in speakers. It was a hulking eyesore and it sounded lousy too, but it was mine. I was 14 when I took it home and set it on a too-small table next to my bookshelf.

We became fast friends.

I picked up a handful of old records for $2 each at a local antique shop that were yellowed all over and reeked of damp basements…

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Gormandizer toying around in my laboratory. I live for electric shocks and the moment “IT’S ALIVE!”

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