I know I can’t really answer that question because I don’t know any more than I know this: It’s going to happen.
And we know that the vinyl record release of Crazy Train is going to be huge.
The song was originally released on vinyl, with a limited edition version available at an event that went on as long as the show, and then it was later released digitally on CD and vinyl.
The record’s been out there for almost five years now, with people still picking it up.
I was asked to do a podcast about the album last month, and it was one of the topics I was asked about more than anything else.
I remember the idea that a CD or vinyl release would be an easy way for the band to keep the band together and keep its fans happy, and for the fans to enjoy the record in a way that they haven’t before.
It’s been an incredibly fulfilling experience for me to get to know and understand the music so well.
And that experience was just a part of my job in my role as a journalist.
I love reporting and I love writing, so it was an incredible experience to put myself in front of a crowd and ask them to listen to something that was recorded on a single piece of paper, and they were able to do that.
I hope that my work helps them and the rest of us who do the same thing.
It’s one of those things where, at the end of the day, I just want to be able to tell people what the record is about and what the song is about, and hopefully that’s enough for them to understand.
I think I did a pretty good job with that interview.
I did ask the question.