Planet Money Records releases a 47-year old song Planet Monet tries to start a real record label. Just to put one song out there. It's a song about inflation, recorded in 1975... and never released. Until now.
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Planet Money starts a record label

Earnest Jackson recorded his song "Inflation" in 1975, and never released it. He never got to hear "Inflation" on the radio. That's about to change. Sarah Gonzalez/NPR hide caption

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Planet Money Records Vol. 1: Earnest Jackson

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Planet Money Records Vol. 2: The Negotiation

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Planet Money Records Vol. 3: Making a hit

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Planet Money started a record label to release a 47-year-old song about inflation

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