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Promoted item:(100) New PSD 33 1/3 RPM Record Album Clear Polypropylene Sleeves

(100) New PSD 33 1/3 RPM Record Album Clear Polypropylene Sleeves

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About Rpm Records

Early 20th century phonograph recordings, designed for 78 revolutions per minute (RPM), are relatively fast compared to later RPM technology. The sound from these earlier recordings is normally quite distorted and scratchy due to static and other forms of damage that result from longer periods of storage. The condition of the sound, though important, is not the only measure of the record's value. Some collectors may look to the label condition, adhered to either side of the disk, as an earmark for its comparative value.As the recording industry took shape and the demand for recorded popular music increased throughout the 1940s, advancement in RPM technology became necessary. Due to its capacity to play longer recordings, the 45 RPM record soon took the place of the old 78s. The 45 RPM introduced a recording format that would become an industry standard for the next several decades: a single song set on both sides of the record.The format of 'the single' was made especially popular in the 1950s, and evidence of this can still be seen today. For many collectors, 'singles' are synonymous with 1950s classic rock, boogie and doo-wop. During the 1960s, another industry standard became popularized: stereo sound. From this time period forward, almost all recorded sound would be produced in stereo.The next evolution of RPM records is the LP, or long play. The LP is designed to play at 33 RPMs, a significant shift from the original 78s. The LP can play over 20 minutes of recorded sound on both sides, a feature that greatly impacted an artist's recording options. Now, RPM records can encompass a theme, or collection of pieces rather than the single song set of the mid-20th century.