The GPO Retro Memphis Turntable 4-in-1 Music System with Built in CD and FM Radio has a built-in amplifier and 2 x 1.5w RMS speakers, so you can enjoy all your favourite music and activate bass boost for powerful sound. The retro styled CD player also features an LCD display with blue back light that will display FM radio details and a 3.5mm jack plug to connect MP3 players or smartphones (connection lead included). Features: Retro full-size LP turntable and CD/MP3/USB/SD player Belt drive system, 33/45/78 RPM selectable turntable Built-in amplifier and speakers 2 x 1.5w RMS output power Repeat one / all function LCD display with blue back light FM radio with digital LCD display Bass boost function Record music directly to USB and SD card from built in LP turntable Record music directly to USB and SD card from built in CD player Includes full remote control 3.5mm jack plug to connect MP3 players and smartphones (connection lead included) Dimensions: H: 18cm x W: 38cm x D: 35cm
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "Sabotage" is a 1994 song by the American Rap rock group Beastie Boys. It appears on their album Ill Communication. The song''s style is characterized as rapcore, featuring traditional rock instrumentation (Adrock on guitar, MCA on bass, and Mike D. on drums), turntable scratches and heavily distorted bass guitar riffs."Sabotage" is noted for its acclaimed music video, directed by Spike Jonze and played extensively on MTV. As a homage to (and parody of) 1970s crime drama television series like Hawaii Five-0, The Streets of San Francisco, S.W.A.T., Baretta, and Starsky and Hutch, the video is presented as the opening credits of a fictional 1970s-style police show called Sabotage, with the band members appearing as the show characters. Each band member is introduced as a fictional actor, and the names of the characters are also given.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Voyager were an English pop-rock band, formed initially in Newbury, Berkshire, as 'The Paul French Connection' by Paul French (vocals, keyboards), Paul Hirsh (keyboards, guitar), Chris Hook (bass guitar), and former member of Mr Big, John Marter (drums). Although they initially saw themselves as a progressive rock group, they had to tailor their style to a more commercial mood, as evidenced by their debut single, "Halfway Hotel". It was their only hit, reaching No. 33 in the UK Singles Chart in 1979, and duly becoming the title track of their first album.A second album Act of Love (1980) yielded a turntable hit (heavily played on music radio without ever entering the charts), "Sing Out (Love Is Easy)". Part of the instrumental section of the single was used for some time thereafter as background music for the chart rundown on BBC Radio 1 each week.