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Thread: Power records and book set

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    Yep, check out my old thread on this topic:

    http://megomuseum.com/community/show...=Power+records
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    I still have a couple of the Star Trek ones from my childhood, made CD's out of them. These "radio play" type of things are everyone's thing but I think they are kind of cool. You have to use your imagination a little bit. It's interesting listening to the voice actors try to imitate Shatner, Nimoy, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardyGirl View Post
    Yep, check out my old thread on this topic:

    http://megomuseum.com/community/show...=Power+records
    You beat me to the punch Hardy girl. Do you have any Leif Garrett records? You know he was on the show Wonder Woman and chips right? I know you liked Rick Springfield he was on the incredible Hulk. I just have this feeling you have a lot of records and albums from the early 70s.

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    Here's a couple oddities I forgot I have:



    I can't remember where exactly I got them. Probably eBay decades ago. Sound quality on these is better than the vinyl. I was able to digitize them and get excellent rips from them. I have no idea how many of their titles made it to cassette, but I thought these were pretty nifty.
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    Superman homepage has all the Superman records available for download. I got a kick out of Mystery of the Mad Minnows because the baddie's name is Bryan Sanders (a friend I grew up with) I think I'm going to listen to a new Power record each day.
    https://www.supermanhomepage.com/rad...c=record-books

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    "Well Toby, still want to be bionic?"

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    I have stacks of them in my dining room, my family and I put them on for Sunday dinners.

    My favourite will also be the GI Joe adventure team sets followed by Star Trek. I buy any and all i run into.

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    For me nothing beats "Mark of the Manwolf". I know it word for word almost.

    I've burned several of these to CD and listen to them in my car, which makes me kind of weird I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Bear View Post
    For me nothing beats "Mark of the Manwolf". I know it word for word almost.

    I've burned several of these to CD and listen to them in my car, which makes me kind of weird I'm sure.
    ...makes you decidedly pretty cool!

  10. #30
    Hey gang I have a great Power records story I thought I would share with you. So when I was about 5 my mom got me several power records which I have held on to dearly my entire life. A couple months ago I got my Conan power records signed by Neil Adams! Im a huge Conan collector and fan and this was my first introduction to the charecter. When I showed it to him he seemed kinda shocked and told me he doesn't ever think he signed on of these and told me the story of it. Its a grail piece for me that I shall cherish!
    (PS-My mom also got me the infamous Man Thing Power record. What she was thinking by giving me the story of a suicidal clown at the age of 5 still makes me wonder....)


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