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      HMV in the 1960s

      September 22, 2011

      Once upon a time, when the record industry was but a glint in RapidShare's eye and records weren't made out of air, people had to leave their houses and go out to shops to buy them. In England, a lot of people did this at a place called HMV. Once purchased, music-lovers would keep their music on shelves. Shelves! If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stomping on some shelves. Forever.

      Via Voices of East Anglia