Mr. Zero's Pop-Culture Heaven

Rik Schwinden's store offers nostalgia trip

Mr. Zero's entertainment shop is stranger than fiction. As you approach the purple, '70s-font sign and stride past the window display with a vintage mannequin surrounded by 45s and life-size rock-star cutouts, you feel like you're entering another dimension. And as you step through the portal, your mind whirls from the phantasmagorical array of posters, instruments, vinyl-record mobiles, and wall-to-wall vinyl with out-of-this-world cover art—from the Suburbs to Iggy Pop to the Runaways to Black Sabbath—beckoning music lovers with their siren call against the sonic backdrop of KISS blasting out of the stereo.

Mr. Zero's "Pop Culture Heaven" is a used entertainment shop in Roseville, where you can buy, sell, trade, and consign. It's a nostalgic trip through the past, jettisoning you back to Camaro-rock days with a wall of hundreds of 8-tracks and cassettes, mostly rock. There are tons of CDs. Action figures, lunchboxes, and music memorabilia, including signed posters, photos, and guitars, fill walls and cases, along with video games, consoles, and record players from every era, plus videos and DVDs, antiques, vintage clothing, used books, board games...phew! It's like Doctor Who's TARDIS—it looks small-scale from the street, but opens into an artfully organized store with a stunning plethora of audio-visual delights for everyone from the avid collector to the merely curious.

Owner Rik Schwinden has dreamed of such a store since 1995. Inspired by Rockaway Records in Phoenix, Arizona, a store Schwinden loved while living there in the early '90s, Mr. Zero's manifested when three of Schwinden's friends got divorced at the same time and wanted to sell their collections. They pooled their resources, garnered a huge support and supply network, and found a location near restaurants, a Walgreens, a tobacco store, and a liquor store. Mr. Zero's opened in November 2009.

Schwinden has worked in music in a myriad of ways since the '80s—in bands, as a concert promoter, in a stereo shop, and at record-store chains. A rock music writer, he's contributed to a KISS book and is collaborating on a Tommy Bolin biography with Bolin's brother Johnny (who, coincidentally, lived across the street from Schwinden in Sioux City, Iowa, Tommy Bolin's hometown).

Schwinden says his interest in music collecting began when he was a kid. "My aunt Deborah played 45s for me, such as the Dave Clark 5 and the Beatles. When I was really young, the Monkees had a show. I liked the music."

Which is where the name of the store came from: a 1968 episode of The Monkees called "The Devil and Peter Tork," which featured a store called Mr. Zero's Pawn Shop. Once the store was christened, bizarre things starting happening, as though the new shop was straight out of The Monkees; one day, a woman driving by ran in and guessed the source of the name, "won" their long-running trivia contest, and soon after became a partner at Mr. Zero's.

Once Mr. Zero's opened, connections kept on walking through the door. When Schwinden needed more vinyl, a poster collector connected him with John Kass, a.k.a. "Go Johnny Go!," who now consigns from his vast record collection. Kass connected Schwinden with a seller of used books who supplies Mr. Zero's regularly. Soon, a wide network of collectors and rock preservationists had formed in and around the store.

"I definitely saw how people were forgetting about the past. Everything was becoming disposable," Schwinden says, reflecting on his reasons for opening Mr. Zero's. "I saw during the CD boom of late '80s and early '90s that some people were throwing their records away. Not only are they works of art and history, but somebody paid money for those. That's somebody's whole life they poured into this record. They poured their hearts out! I said to myself, 'What if instead of throwing it away, we'll buy if we can, and hopefully people will donate it rather than throwing it out—then we can recycle it!'"

On carrying cassettes, Schwinden notes, "Cassettes are coming back. They tend not to degrade. I know recording engineers who are saving things to cassette because they're lasting longer than burned CDs."

And vinyl continues to surge in popularity and increase in value, mostly due to an appreciation developing among a younger generation of music fans. "The sound from a record is about this wide in audio fidelity," Schwinden explains, holding his hands shoulder-width apart. "The sound from a CD is about two-thirds that; the sound from an mp3 is a third of what it is from vinyl. So when kids hear vinyl, compared to the mp3 they've been listening to for the last few years, they're really hearing it for the first time. That's part of it, that creative, artistic, nonconformist attitude.

"There are thousands of movies that'll never be on DVD. There are thousands of artists on vinyl who will never, ever be on CD because they're doing away with CDs. There's all these lost works of art—maybe only three people are going to like it, but others are never going to know unless they have a way to get it," Schwinden says. "If you don't want something, bring it to us and we'll figure out something to do with it."

Mr. Zero's is located at 1744 Lexington Ave. N., Roseville; 651.489.0207

 
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Perry
Perry

I read through the comments and came up with several different ways to respond. I guess though, my only response can be that what you'll get from Mr. Zero's depends on what you're looking for. I fully realize that I can get just about anything I want from eBay or The Internet and that Mr. Zero's just can't compete with a virtual global warehouse with every last item databased. As we're all starting to see, this is becoming a challenge for giant long standing retailers too like Best Buy. But what I've enjoyed since the day a few years ago when I found a vinyl copy of KISS Love Gun WITH all of the inserts, is that I can go into the store, look around at all the treasures, speak with another person who understands and appreciates all types of music and the artists who created it, and if I find another treasure to add to my collection, great, and I'll pay whatever the price is for I can take it with me right then and there and I know what I've just bought, and I can support a local business. So if you want something rare or the perfect piece to complete a collection by all means, go online and order it, but if you want to shop around, speak with someone who can answer questions about music, video games, etc. etc. etc. and maybe find something you've been looking for or finding out where to go to find it, Mr. Zero's can't be beat!!

MrZeros
MrZeros

Greetings, RedSea ! (and the other customer who's comment was recently deleted )

Wow, we would like to thank you for you praise and compliments !!! Too bad there aren't more people (not just customers) like you around in the world. At this time we would like to add to your post:

In Mr. Zero's we have probably about 29,000 Vinyl Record LPs in our shop, in total. So we simply can not put out more than 1- 3copies of each LP. However sadly everybody is looking for about the same 100 Vinyl Titles that Every Record-store in the Nation has problems trying to keep in stock. As well as the NON-Existent Vinyl Record LPs from 1988- 2003 (most were only on CD or Cassette) However Un-Like most the others we We Do Carry: Latin, Jazz, Vocal, Soundtracks, Country, Comedy, E-Z & Classical Vinyl Record LPs.

Our warehouse has easily 10,000 LPs in back-stock. However at this time we would like to clear up some misconceptions about what we actually $ell inside Our Shop !!! Based On Our Product $ales Inside the Shop of "Mr. Zero's" (not our "Online" sales)

In order it goes exactly like this:

1. Toys & Action Figures: Rock n Roll, Horror, DC, Star Trek, Marvel, Spawn, Simpsons2. Vintage Video Games & Units: N64, Genesis, XboX, SNES, Atari, NES, & Gameboy3. Vinyl Record LPs: Beatles, Hendrix, Floyd, Zeppelin, Zappa, Young, Dylan, Queen, etc

4. CDs: Greatest Hits & Best Of's, Singles & Bootlegs5. Vintage Toys: Wrestling, Star Wars, GI Joe, Transformers, Turtles, Planet of the Apes6. Movies: VHS, Anime, DVD & Laserdiscs 7. Books, Hand Made Jewelry, T-Shirts, Hand Made Soaps, Vintage Clothing & Comics

8. Turn Tables, Cassettes, 8Tracks, Reel to Reels9. Newer Video Games, 360, PS3, Wii & Controllers & Cords 10. Bargain Vinyl Record LPs @ $1.oo (4000 in Total) & 45s & 12" Singles & 78s11. Repairs: Video Game Discs, CDs, DVDs, TurnTables,

Most people Do Not Realize 'Mr. Zero's' Has Been An "On-Line Internet" Business Long Before we opened our 1744 Lexington Roseville Location which we opened in 2009. Our "Mr. Zero's" physical location accounts for roughly 80% of our Total $ales and Our "On-Line Internet" Business is the rest.

Make Sure You Check Out Our New Ad- Coupon on Page #94 in the New "CityPages" Best Of Issue #1637 from Wed 18 April 2012.

Thank you for your time....

Mr. Zero's Blast From The Past... Into the Now !!!$elling & Trading in Person & "On-Line" Since Spring 2009 !!!

Redsea1013
Redsea1013

I have had the opportunity to visit Mr. Zero's store a few times now. He does have a good selection of LPs and those are not overpriced. The owner has been nice enough to answer any questions that I have. Sure, I can go to Cheapo's vinyl store and check out the big selection there but most of what they have to offer are duplicates of each title. My personal experience with the larger music store chains have not been good, therefore I seek out smaller stores to support. Mr. Zero's does not display a large amount of duplicate LPs. I have also noticed the large amount of classic video games that are also not overpriced. In conclusion, I can carry on and on about how much I recommend supporting the smaller local stores. My opinion stands that Mr. Zero's is worthy, no matter of the naysayers.

MrZeros
MrZeros

"Crate Diggers Vinyl Record Sale"

27 April 2012 Fri 6- 10pm28 April 2012 Sat 12- 8pm29 April 2012 Sunday 12- 5pm

The Lyric @ Carlton Place765 N. Hampton Ave. (280 & Vandalia)St.Paul, Mn. FREE Admission !!!

Brought to you By; Go Johnny Go and The St. Paul Art Crawl

MrZero
MrZero

Hey Jamie,

We forgot to mention you should check out the "Record Collector Sales" that are held about every other month. As far as we know the schedule goes like this:

1. "VFW Record Collectors Show" on Lake & Lyndale held in Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct & Dec2. "Music Expo" in MPLS @ Ramada Plaza held in: Jan, Mar, May Sep & Nov3. "Sound & Vision" held in Woodbury @ Valley Creek Mall during Mar, July & Dec4. "Rock N Roll Garage Sale" held in Maple Grove 3 times per year5. "Crate Diggers Vinyl Sale" held in St. Paul on University Ave twice a year

There are a couple of "On-Line Internet Dealers" we prefer and recommend:1. "Go Johnny Go"2. "Shuga"

Here are a couple Record Stores out of state that we Strongly Recommend as well:1. "WayBack Records" in Des Moines, Iowa 515.282.50732."Revolver Records" in Phoenix, AZ. 602.795.4980

Again we are very sorry, you had such a negative experience at "Mr. Zero's" let the search continue !!!!

Thanks for your time, The Staff at Mr. Zero's

MrZeros
MrZeros

Greetings Jamie,

We here at Mr. Zero's would like to thank you for your very frank and honest review of our shop. We are very sorry you had such a negative experience in our shop.As it is very true we are not the only Record Store in in the Twin Cities, here are some others we very strongly recommend:

1. Discland; Bloomington2. Down In The Valley; Golden Valley3. Treehouse Records; Uptown4. Road Runner; Minneapolis5. Electric Fetus; Downtown MPLS6. Rice St Music; Little Canada7. Eclipse; Downtown St. Paul8. Know Name; Richfield9. Best of Times; St. Paul10. Yeti: Minneapolis

We are certain, there may be more, sorry if we forgot to mention anyone else, no offense intended. And yes, there is always the "InterNet" happy hunting...

The Staff at Mr. Zero's in Roseville, MN. 55113 (and $ELLING "On-Line" Since Spring 2009)

Jamie
Jamie

I am dumbfounded why Mr Zero's is thought to be such a great shop for vinyl records. The prices are really over the top. Especially anything on the wall rack at Mr Zero's. I recently visited the shop for the first time of trying to remember to drop in (it's in the other direction of my usual record digs locations).

I was dismayed at the prices of the "good stuff" - all of it priced in the $40 to $80 range. Seemed a bit high to me so I went online and compared Mr Zero's prices against other sellers for the same items (a fair number in better condition than Mr Zero's). It confirmed that Mr Zero's prices were not just overpriced but ridiculously so.

I found, through just a couple of online sources, a particular Devo record Mr Zero priced at $75 for less than $10. In mint condition. Yes, I would have to pay shipping but it still wouldn't reach the astronomical price at Mr Zero's.

There was a Prince "Controversy" record on the wall - priced above $50 because it had the original poster. I just found the same, mint condition, online for $20. Mint. With poster. Shipping would cost about $4 with media mail.No negotiating needed.

An R.E.M. record in the bin for $5 that said "warped" on the price tag? Sorry, warped records belong in the trash. Even more so if they are mass produced records like R.E.M. records. You can go to Cheapo's or any other used shop and get the same record for the same price and it's not warped. There's no excuse for trying to sell a warped record.

$37 for 12" singles of some new wave/punk bands that can be bought for $5, again online, in mint condition (the ones Zero's had were not mint)? Yes, I checked and compared. Mr Zero's is going to come down to that price? That is the reasonable asking price. If they're going to come down that far in their price why don't they just be honest with their customers and drop their lame excuse: "Since we deal in 'Used' product, the pricing constantly goes up and down". The truth is, the value of used records don't normally go up and down as much as Mr Zero's wants you to believe they do. Go into any other used record shop in town and you'll see a pretty standard price range of $3 to $25 for just about any used record. $30 maybe for a full length that is a bit rarer. $50 for something extraordinary. The records I saw at Mr Zero's were not extraordinary. My online search proved it.

$40 for a 12" single - not a full length? Only thing extraordinary about it is their asking price.

I should mention, I'm not a flipper or dealer. I'm a music and vinyl enthusiast who is looking for records for my personal enjoyment and hoping to have fun with the "thrill of the hunt". I don't want to wonder if Mr Zero is willing to sell a record for a reasonable price. That's not fun. I certainly don't want to stand around hoping he will "cut me a deal" when, stepping back and considering all my options and the reality of the item's value, it's not really a deal.

My feeling is the perfect Mr Zero's shopper is one that doesn't use or know about all the resources available to them to find the best prices, gets caught up in the moment of "the find", and pulls out the credit card.

Mr Zero has to realize that any smart phone wielding customer can dig in his shop and price compare with sellers all around the world. There aren't that many truly rare records anymore. The "great" records are not getting rarer and rarer like they want you to believe. That's a load of b.s. They may be rare in your immediate vicinity but they can be found fairly easily online. Usually for a lot cheaper than Mr Zero prices. Truly RARE records usually don't show up in places like Mr Zero's and they also rarely change hands outside collector circles.

I hate to give a Twin Cities record store a bad review but I also hate when a Twin Cities record store messes around like this with their customers. Yes, I do expect a business to make a profit but I don't want to feel like they're trying to scalp me in the process.

Dear Mr Zero - Just price the records for what they are really worth and don't act like you're the only retailer in the world with "the goods".

tom ward
tom ward

Next time I'm in the Twin-Cities, I'm going to check this place out. I'll call ahead, and I will expect a discount

tb
tb

No I just see a point in shooting down false statements with no validity. Why do they still teach creationism in GA? Because no body calls you what you really are if you believe it: A fucking retard.

movies525
movies525

Great store. Great service. Has every vintage video game system you could want. Even has Contra for the old NES.

Hercules1954
Hercules1954

Great service record store . Knows any song and can find the record tape or cd it's on . Fabulous story by City Pages showing Twin Cities finest .

Captain Spaulding
Captain Spaulding

It's definitely worth checking out it you haven't been there before. I can only think of a couple stores in the metro that carry more vintage action figures. The vinyl selection is very nice and there's a quite a bit of stuff here that I haven't found elsewhere. The owner was working when I was in and he seemed like a nice guy. He knew his stuff about vintage vinyl. I was able to haggle with him over a couple of records and he cut me a good deal b/c I bought quite a few. I'll be back.

Peggy Johnson
Peggy Johnson

Mr. Zeros is an awesome store! My son loves the toys, he has built an entire collection of Batman stuff, and half of them are from Mr. Zeros.

Amy
Amy

Very cool store! Rik is an absolute breath of fresh air!~ Both my husband and I enjoy talking to him. He always takes the time to sit and chat, exchange ideas and show us the latest and greatest finds. If you haven't made it to his store yet, I defintely recommend stopping by. There are so many great things to see and remind us all of the good old days. It's worth the drive and you may just find something cool! I did.

Mungo
Mungo

Saw this last week, visited this weekend. Some really great stuff, vinyl that I haven't seen elsewhere. One thing though - it's spendy at best, overpriced at worst. $25 for Nashville Skyline? That's twice what you'll pay at other places around the metro. That said, there was vinyl I haven't seen anywhere else, so if you like records it's a must see.

Schulzy72
Schulzy72

Mr. Zeros is my first stop for my vinyl fix, and I never leave empty-handed! The incredible selection of vinyl turns into a treasure hunt for classic albums that have eluded me since 197... well, since back in the day. There's more than just vinyl, though; CDs, books, apparel, posters and rock and pop culture memorabilia make awesome gifts. Check it out — it's worth the trip.

Braveraideen
Braveraideen

Just about lost my mind at the store today! Awesome selection of vintage video game gear! Lots of super-cool toys, music, movies, and some of the most mind-bending carpeting ever!

tb
tb

I know actual recording engineers (I'm in the media industry), not some d bag on his mac w/live or blah blah 8bit hipster trash insert X. They are not saving anything to cassettes less for an audio effect. There is absolutely zero point in terms of quality and long term viability. Cassettes have none of the smooth harmonics of vinyl and a less fidelity of a 16bit BB CD, If this retarded trend is coming back it has nothing to do with quality and is just a stupid fad.

"That's part of it, that creative, artistic, nonconformist attitude."

lMAO Talk about Nostalgia and esoteric mixed in to one. This man is a fucking idiot.

LeepzOfFaith
LeepzOfFaith

Mr.Zero's has many eclectic items, its like taking a walk back down memory lane. Rik is a walking music dictionary, ask and you shall receive. His inventory is constantly changing, don't think twice it may not be there when you come back.

Steve B
Steve B

i was very surprised to see rik with a tommy bolin t-shirt on. i'm a big fan of tommy's music and i live in sioux city, ia too. good luck with your recycling shop rik.

Sellasaurusrex
Sellasaurusrex

Mr.Zeros is a really cool place near my place of work (Music Go Round) It is always a gas hanging out and talking with rick, and the inventory is always changing, many times I leave with empty pockets but childhood memories flooded with happiness.

Aggie
Aggie

From A Long-Time Fan: Aggie---Love the article. I've been to Mr. Zero's and picked up a classic 70s Spock doll (like a Barbie-doll for Boys). Gave it to my brother for his birthday and he really liked it. I also found a great Album of Prince (Mountains) - which Rik converted into CD format for me. Now I have the CD and the album. Plus, Rik is a fountain of Knowledge when it comes to song titles and locating songs on albums. Love the Store. Keep up the Good Work Rik!!

Wileygrrl
Wileygrrl

Mr. Zero's has a treasure trove of goodies. I could spend hours looking through the vinyl.Rick is great at finding stuff that I might be looking for and always provides interesting conversation whenever I stop in. If you have not been there, you need to go. Especially if you like vinyl.

KA0TP
KA0TP

Mr. Zero's (Rick) has been really great about helping me find Old CD's and new stuff I had not tried before.And I'm 1800 miles awayin Oregon! Really thoughtful and helpful service that goes beyond most music stores. A real person, not a programmed bot...

Tom PoppPortland, Oregon

Pauline
Pauline

Hubby and I discovered Mr. Zero's last fall. I think we ended up perusing the store for an hour or more and still didn't see everything that was there. My personal favorite was the vinyl, the Beatles memorabilia, the 70's kitsch and the vintage jewelry selection. Rik the owner, must have known hubby was a guitarist and gave him a Mr. Zero's printed guitar pick... very cool. Can't wait for our next trip to Mr. Zero's.

knuck
knuck

Damn, dat store iz ON da hook!! From phat beats to Farah Faucet/ Bo Derek posters you can get your fix dere!!

Bakko
Bakko

Great store. Rik is a treasure trove of music trivia. With everything going to digital or invisible formats, stores like this are going to be the only place to find the real gems.

Treble
Treble

Mr. Zero’s is awesome and Rik is a genius!

Boricualover
Boricualover

I like the place, love their knowledge staff, their 70's & 80's memorabilia and their crazy YouTube videos. For sure Mr. Zero is my new favorite place to shop.

Crazyrobsphotos
Crazyrobsphotos

I shop at Mr.Zero's and dont see the issues you do and for someone like yourself "Jamie" for you to sit and write a review this long full of complaints makes me think you have a personal issue or you're just a boat rockin crybaby. If you did have issues Im sure you could point them out to the staff and let them explain why something is the way it is. 99% of the time a warpwd LP does belong in the trash but if its a RARE album as is the R.E.M some people frame these but I wouldnt expect your shallow mind to think outside the box.

Rik
Rik

Thanks Tom looking forward to see you soon, You know we Carry plenty of Neil Young, The Monkees, Tommy Bolin & Tom Petty & Heartbreakers on Vinyl LP Records, Cassettes & CDs !!!!

MrZero

Rik
Rik

Hey tb, thanks for your input !!!! This tells us, you are reading what we have to say !!!!Please keep em comin.MrZeros.Com

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thanks M.

Do you know we carry many local movies Ex: "Camp Kill" "Mondo Collecto" "Nothing Personal" Destination Outer Space" "Monster of Phantom Lake" "Cave Women on Mars" "Why Marmarth" "Spider John Koerner: July 10, 2009" "It came From Another World" & "Terror From Beneath the Earth"

As well as many local music artists like: Gypsy, Daisy Dillman Band, Lamont Cranston, Boy Elroy, Suicide Commandos, Jesse Brady and others........

See you next time: MrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thanks Hercules, it's a great feeling to know that someone appreciates my unique talent (really though what else could I do with it ?) We thanks you for your support.MrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thanks for coming in Captain, see you soon !!!!!

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thanks Mrs. J. we look forward to seeing you again soon !!!!

MrZeros
MrZeros

Dear Amy & Jason it is customers like you that make it worth while doing this kind of shop, Thank You 2.MrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Greetings Mungo:

I do want to point out ,we do appreciate your honest and fair review, as it keeps us grounded and competitive. We also thank you for your time. Next time you're in and you're eying something, you feel might be too much ask us to price check it. As that is what we do !!!!!!

Since we deal in "Used" product, the pricing constantly goes up and down. We are more than willing to "Price Check" any item and will consider any reasonable offer, please note: "Reasonable Offer".Also I would like to add we are not in the business to supply "Dealers" with product for their "OnLine" business" as we also sell on line ourselves.

I would like to quote you: "There was vinyl there I haven't seen anywhere else" with that being said, how can anyone gauge what is spendy, or over priced ? We would love to be able to compete with the entire Metro area, however the reality is we simply can not. In addition too, if we do not see certain records by certain artists on a regular basis, well we simply can not sell them for cheap, especially if we do not receive them on a regular basis. The really Great records are getting harder and harder to find.

"We look it up so you don't have too"MrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thank you so much Mr. S. the pleasure is all oursMrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Greetings B.Thanks for your awesome compliment ! I just want to addd we do Trade, Buy & Sell as well !!!! See you next time..............MrZero

Bakkzilla
Bakkzilla

Somebody has too much time on their hands. Whats your point? Personally I think the "F'ing" Idiot is the one who takes time to slam something like this. Get a life douch bag.

Rik
Rik

Greetings tbThank you clearing up this miss informationMrZero

MrZeros
MrZeros

Thanks L. Well I used to be a walking dictionary, aw, I still know a lot. It is very TRUE we Do Get New Stuff Every Single Day. (we are currently working on a way to order things for people, inspired by a customer just like you) I would like to point out yes in most cases we do have just one of the items in stock. I hate seeing their disappointed little faces when they come back 2 weeks later and the item Is Gone !!!! So my advice strike while the iron is hot as I have not perfected my "TimeMachine" as of yet !!!!

See you then......................MrZero

Rik
Rik

Greetings S.I have been a Tommy Bolin fan since my Uncle Jeff Schwinden told me about him in 1969 when Tommy put his first record "Zephyr" on Probe-ABC I believe my Uncle said "Hey this guy I used to see play dances at the auditorium and Heelan in "A Patch Of Blue" is in Denver now and just put out a record" I could not believe it as a kid I thought "My Uncle knows somebody famous like the Beatles or the Monkees or Steppenwolf (too me at that age only REALLY famous people put out records)" very cool, I was blown away.

Thanx for your support..............................Rik = MrZero

John
John

Hey S. Thanks for the props !!!! You may not know one of the reasons we chose this area was the fact that we are so close to "Music Go Round" (who's been around 17 years I might add) it was a no brainer to open so close to such an awesome "Used Music Gear Store" with such a loyal following !!!!

Cheers..............MrZero

Rik
Rik

Thanks Bakko, However you must realize it's the loyal customers like oyu that make us a success, thanks for the support and tell you friends !!!!

yan
yan

Yeah Rik is a genius or something.

tom ward
tom ward

I saw the Lamont Cranston Band wormed up for the Rolling Stones in Cedar Falls IA in 1981. They also wormed up for The Black Crows in Des Moines IA, but I can't remmember the year. Hell of a band.

MrZeros
MrZeros

I will take the time to Clarify: I am not a "Recording Engineer" I merely conveyed in a 2 hour interview that 2 different recoding engineers(1 in Iowa & 1 in MPLS) had stated to me their sentiments on the "CD Burning" technology and how they prefer to save recordings. However if this makes me a "F****** Idiot" well to each his own, at least I made Him/Her "IMAO"................MrZero

 
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