From 1989 to 1993, this dude collected cassettes from the K-Mart store music and just now got around to uploading them. They're all here.
damn this shit is nice. someone rar it all up to mega
it's like i'm seeing the clean and well lit aisles of bygone k-marts, and wandering thru them in a daze with a full wallet and an american smile
will i buy the beige towel today or perhaps the orange one... i rub my fingers along the smooth shelf edges... i pick up a pillow and test its cushiness. it's springy and cool.
I know right.
Lost media such as this is incredibly eerie for some reason. Must be because a) it's really displaced in time and b)you really shouldn't be watching/listening to it.
please fucking NO
Leave it as is you fucking hipster dweeb and don't touch our fucking shit. Last thing we need is "90s kids" born on December 31st, 1999 like you, appropriating our era of music to seem "cool" and "hip", and then fucking around with it and making "dope beats" with bass drops and ironic colorful psychedelic YouTube videos out of it to appeal to this insufferable dank meme generation of mindless sheep who think anything and everything on the internet is cool. You loser. Honestly people like you and of your ilk make me fucking sick. These tapes are perfect as is and your ass-raping of the genuineness of it will not be well received by me, I assure you.
It's probably already too late to be honest, I wouldn't be surprised to know someone's sampling some shit right now. But more than that, there's nothing wrong with that. If someone samples this shit you'll still have the original recordings.
>they're having the time of their lives
>while other people are losing theirs
>tfw your last moment is spent listening to a man talk about Martha Stewart, Entertainment & Lifestyle Consultant
>K-Mart: The Early Years (1988-1990)