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Music Lover, Admin, Anonymous, Jeff Bender

It can easily be identified as static sounding noise on the lead-in groove of either a 45rpm or LP that can't be removed by cleaning.

When 45rpm and LPs records were actually used for radio station air play a que-burn would develop on the lead-in groove of the record. This occurred when the record or track was cued to where the music begins and then slightly back-tracked beyond that point so the record would be up to speed when your turntable was started. You'll mostly likely find this on 45rpm radio station promo copies but it can occur on any record that's often played.

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