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"From Underground Moderne to Nova Classics, from BBE Records to Strut Records and Soul Jazz, the period from 1990 to 2010 was the golden age of the cd compilation and connoisseur liner notes."--Sholem Stein


"Claremont 56's Originals compilations [are] ten CD-only compilations, limited to 1,000 copies a pop of the rarest funk, disco, Italo, Kraut and boogie as chosen by ten of the world’s most prolific and clandestine record collectors."[1]

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A Compact Disc (or CD) is an optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio. The CD, available on the market since late 1982, remains the standard playback medium for commercial audio recordings to the present day.

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