Cueing Up 1."Dog's Don't Listen to Phonographs:" Nipper, "His Master's Voice, " and the Discourse of "Fidelity" 2.The Beatles on iTunes and Vinyl Reissue: Aesthetic Discourse and the Listening Subject 3.Virtual Authenticity: The Return of Vinyl in the Digital Age 4.Criminal Records: Record Collecting as Counter-Discourse 5."Cabinets of Wonder" or "Coffins of Disuse?" Reissues, Box Sets, and Commodity Fetishism 6."You Spin Me Round (Like A Record):" Analog Audiophilia As Disciplinary Mechanism 7."The Vinyl Anachronist:" The Role of Social Media in the Formation of Communities of Vinyl The Run-out Groove.
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Vinyl Records and Analog Culture in the Digital Age: Pressing Matters looks at music technologies from a popular culture studies perspective, taking into consideration the ways in which human beings bring these technologies into their lives and the discursive practices they create. Focusing on the resurgence of vinyl records, this book examines the ways in which interacting with analog technologies creates and shapes listening subjectivity in its users. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781498510073 20161031