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Peter Gooding’s coining for a bad sound when playing a vinyl record, e.g. if the record was badly scratched, dirty, or worn; or if it was played on a record-player with a worn or damaged stylus; or if one placed the pickup arm on the record clumsily, or dragged it across the surface of the record.

See, e.g.:
Early days with Peter Gooding
To cure me of being a “claustrobe”
The “Second First Visit” to Manchester — Day One
Holiday in Scarborough — Day One
Monday 16th January 1967

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