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IAN PEEL’S LINER NOTES

In my recent Liner Notes on double-groove records, I spotlighted artists from the A-list (Kate Bush) to the Z-list (Westworld) who had adopted this bizarre format. But it seems I only just scratched the surface…

Double-groove records can play two tracks on the same section of the same side of vinyl. The pressing plant – at least the 80s-era, gimmickfixated plant – achieved this by pressing an extra, concentric groove with a different song alongside the original groove playing the main attraction.

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