A: The record has a lot of bass and is at least 100x more likely to skip than any other record. If you have a suitcase style turntable, your issue most likely is the fact that your record player is lightweight, meaning the bass from the record is causing the needle to jump out of the groove and skip. For a temporary solution, a penny on the stylus should fix it. If you don't have a suitcase style record player, check that your anti-skate and counterweight are setup right. If you don't have those, then thats probably your issue. If you're still experiencing skipping, you may have gotten a bad press. Hope this helps!
A: try placing a penny or two on the arm so the needle can reach into the deeper grooves of the vinyl so it doesnt skip multiple grooves. i had the same issue
A: It's probably too much bass for your Crosley. Get a better record player.
A: the reason why your vinyl is skippin because you own one of the suitcase or all in one record players and their needles and counterweight is too heavy. if you get an Audio Technica LP60X it won't skip
A: Agreed. No issues with my record player. Some skips caused by poor quality control that were handled by a good cleaning.
A: look at rich guy with the expensive record player hows the air up there on your high horse
A: it is awesome. if you didn’t know to activate the glow in the dark, you put a source of light like a flashlight on it and for a few seconds like 5-9 seconds, it glows green
A: no it does not come with a poster
A: It's just a sticker on the plastic wrapping
A: No it does not include a digital download. Just the vinyl