Got an email from Soundohm today: Stefan Weisser, Wordworks 1975-1982 "No words can capture the seminal importance of Stefan Weisser later known as Z’EV. He is an artist without equivalent or parallel - entirely singular within the history of 20th century music, bridging and creating a diverse number of creative and musical fields, sculpting a body of work which resembles nothing before or since. Forever dedicated to pluming unknown depths, Z’EV’s rigorous independence and resistance to categorisation has been a blessing and curse - gathering a deep respect by almost everyone who has encountered his output, yet often sinfully overlooked. The Milan based imprint Blume, hot on the heals of their brilliant reissues of Bruce Nauman’s Soundtrack From First Violin Film and Jocy de Oliveira’s Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos e Eletrônicos, returns with an effort to remedy this injustice - an incredible seven cassette box set comprised of archival recordings made by Z’EV during one his most creatively fruitful periods, stretching between the mid-1970’s and the early 80’s." Stefan weisser - Wordworks 1975-1982 (7xTapes box) - Soundohm So I was thinking. I'd like to hear this. And look at the packaging, they've really gone all out. But Cassette tape?!? No. Just no. Personally it looks like they sacrificed practicality, for an aesthetic, to be authentic to the music. Which for me is a step too far. I know Radiohead used a Cassette recently. Don't know if this is going to be a trend. I had some Cassette's back in the day, and I remember most the hiss. What say you? Anyone adopting Cassette?