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1) Recording two vocal tracks for the same line in a song, making the line sound stronger. Not to be confused with harmonizing. Double tracking is one person recording two tracks to be played together. Harmonizing is two different people each recording the same track to be played together.

2) Putting two songs on the same track on an album. Most popular in the 70s to make an album have only 8 tracks (to fit on an 8-track), but have more than 8 songs.
1) John Lennon loved double tracking.

2) Some of the best examples of double tracking are Foreplay/Long Time on "Boston" and Jack the Stripper/Fairies Wear Boots on Paranoid.
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Commonly used in text messages or social media as a short form for Very Sound Advice.
Mate 1: Hey, I'd be careful risking all that money on one bet. Only risk what you can afford to lose.
Mate 2: Thanks. VSA
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Accidentally snorted two lines of cocaine at once. Derived from railway lines / rail roads / rail track
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