Cut The Cord

Album Aficionado Says It's Best To

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Posted: May 4, 2012

Steven “Bumpy” Cape, owner of Harrisonburg’s Cosmic Debris, has been in the record store business for nearly 30 years. He says digital has its place, but the problem with the medium is that “you lose your high end and your low end, so you’re losing a good third of your sound.” (Photo by Nikki Fox)
James Madison University senior Chelsea Burgess, 22, browses through records as Cape sorts inventory. Cape says most of his customers are young. (Photo by Nikki Fox)
After nearly 30 years in the record store business, Steven “Bumpy” Cape knows a thing or two about music.
So, he’s not surprised that vinyl records have made a comeback in the last several years:...


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