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  • It’s not so much an album as it is a demonstration record meant to show off the capabilities of the Accutrac turntable, which was one of the first to be able to visually read the grooves in a record to find the gaps between songs so it could skip songs automatically (hence the slogan “Seeing is Believing”). It also had a programmable memory bank so you could program in playlists and it would remember which songs you wanted to hear off of an album. The infrared remote control was also a big deal in the ’70s. (The weird metal sphere thing next to the turntable is the receiver for the infrared signals from the remote control.)

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