Ahhhh the Mixtape. Whether we’re talking the 1980s or 1990s, the mix tape was an essential compilation of your favourite tunes collected from other cassettes, the radio, your friend’s brand new spanking compact disc player. Our lives would have been more expensive and less music dense without the homemade compilation tape. So as it’s 2017, the time feels right to use Aldi’s latest Boombox offering (in the form of a Maxtek stereo), with its MP3 SD card functionality, and record a mixtape for use in my car’s hi-fi system. Because frankly, when it comes to tape recorders, today’s world is a little thin on the ground (if you want a new offering at least), and having the ability to combine new technology with old is always appealing. Splendid stuff.
I also take a look at the #SegaForever tape Sega kindly sent me and have a quick test of the Deus ex Machina audio cassette for use in a future video!
The full track listing for Now! 23 (otherwise known as Now! That’s What I Call Music 23) can be found at – it’s a great album (as long as you’re into power ballads and the finest cheesy pop the ’90s has to offer).
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