Have a Thriller of a Halloween

In 1983, Michael Jackson released Thriller and changed the music world and Halloween forever. The album went on to sell over 50 million copies and is the highest selling record of all time, while the music video/mini movie gave the world a spooky dance that is often considered one of the best and most innovative choreography sequences in music history.

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Nothing Rivals the Sound of Vinyl

While its nice to have thousands of songs available in your pocket, nothing sounds quite like a vinyl record. The full and rich sound of vinyl is unlike anything that can be found on a computer, or any other format for that matter.

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The Worst Thing to Hear at a Concert

You bought tickets to see your favorite band live in concert. You know all their songs and have seen their live performances on YouTube a dozen times. The show starts and you are having a great time. But one sentence from the lead singer brings the screaming crowd to a halt. "This next one's from the new album!"

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3 of the Most Expensive Music Videos of All Time

When music videos were first shown on national television, it was a game-changer for the music industry. As each artist and created a video, someone undoubtedly came along to outdo the previous artist. Not only did these mini movies take artistic skill, musical talent and creativity, but a lot of financial backing from executives. But have you ever wondered how much video production actually costs and which artist spent the most? Here are three of the priciest music videos ever made.

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"Live" Songs Better Than Studio Versions

Do know of "live" versions of songs that you feel are better than their studio counterparts?  Do your tunes make Vinyl Rewind's countdown of the Top 10 of all time in this category?

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