cassette tape

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Noun1.cassette tape - a cassette that contains magnetic tapecassette tape - a cassette that contains magnetic tape
cassette - a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video
mag tape, magnetic tape, tape - memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide; used to record audio or video signals or to store computer information; "he took along a dozen tapes to record the interview"
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Shutterstock) DUBAI: If you are in your late thirties or older, then the likelihood is that you will have owned cassette tapes at some point.
In our Beatles Auction, on August Bank Holiday Saturday at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, we have four of these special Beatles cans and two cassette tapes in one lot.
Dig into your stash of old cassette tapes because this piece of gadget is aiming to make them relevant again.
Abu Dhabi: For 43 years, situated on Abu Dhabi's Hamdan Street has been Shan Radio Centre, operated by its 63-year-old Pakistani owner Qudrat Malik, who is still going strong and selling music cassette tapes like it was 1973.
SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall provide all labor, supervision, equipment, supplies, and materials necessary to transcribe digital recordings or cassette tapes into verbatim typewritten documents in accordance with the following requirements.
I saw cassette tapes and pulled the ribbon out and thought about what ghosts could be hiding in the machine.
uK AVAILABLE in red, blue or green, this 46cm cushion features three rows of cassette tapes creating an old school pattern.
It used 100 individual cassette tapes recorded with a range of sounds-mix tapes, ocean surf, Laurie Anderson, Beethoven, The Beatles and her high school punk band.
MANGLED old cassette tapes have been given a new lease of life by teenage artists to create celebrity portraits as part of their "Tape Modern" project.
TEENAGERS have launched their own "Tape Modern" art show - using mangled old cassette tapes to create celebrity portraits.
Founded in 1976, Birmingham Talking Newspaper Association has, until now, produced its weekly recordings on cassette tapes.
Summary: Cassette tapes containing erotic messages left by Madonna on a former boyfriend's answering machine are on sale.