93. Third Man Records Sets Another Record


They did it again. After already breaking the record for World’s Fastest Studio-to-Store Record, Third Man Records attempted another by playing the first phonographic record in space. How? Kevin Carrico, who works for Third Man Records, designed a custom-built “space proof” turntable attached to a high-altitude balloon. This turntable, once in space, played Carl Sagan’s “A Glorious Dawn” and officially became the first phonographic record ever played in space. Why do this? Besides the fact that this is just what Third Man Records does when they’re not producing killer sounds, it’s in celebration of their 7th anniversary. Now, that is one way to celebrate. If you would like to see the mission just follow the link: thirdmanrecords.com.

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93. Third Man Records Sets Another Record

One thought on “93. Third Man Records Sets Another Record

  1. Terry Ball says:

    I wish music city would help me with my life songs i wrote&did sing&allso have cpoywrites for until accident n 91 that did end my singing&and like my walking that i was use to& yes iv tried everyway sence 93 iv paid every tom/ freak&HARRY ALL I GOT WAS LIES AND BROKE BUT my songs on itunes my alb(just likr the weather)by me the singer then so if you can help i would be so happy to have the right country singer male/female of my 10 PLS LET ME KNOW IN TENNESSEE terry ball THATS WHERE I LIVE .

    On Sat, Jul 30, 2016 at 2:51 PM, 365 Days of Music City wrote:

    > nashvillemusiccity posted: “They did it again. After already breaking the > record for World’s Fastest Studio-to-Store Record, Third Man Records > attempted another by playing the first phonographic record in space. How? > Kevin Carrico, who works for Third Man Records, designed a custom-” >

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