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Every Drink Is a Hit
The four silicone drink coasters in this set look like 45-RPM records (although at 4.5" (11.4 cm) in diameter they're smaller than actual size). Four different colored labels of The Watermarks' hit single "Keep It Clean" come in a gift box that looks like a turntable. They're washable and dishwasher-safe, too. Don't confuse these with the coasters from Vinylux made from actual LP record labels (see the Related Products tab).
Did you know...?
The duration of a hit single was defined by 78-RPM shellac discs. Crude production techniques and thick phonograph needles limited the number of grooves per inch and required a high rotation speed, so songs couldn't go much over three minutes. The 7" 45-RPM record debuted in 1949 when turntable technology had evolved to permit denser grooves and slower speeds, but that three-minute standard still endures. Monaural tracks gave way to stereo records by the 1960s.