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New records - what have you just bagged?

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Fez909, Oct 6, 2014.

  1. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Originally released in 1993 :)
     
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  2. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    :D that;'ll explain it! just goes to show you cant fake vintage
    ive got this remix on mp3 which has some extra tambourine jungalism on it...i thought it was a clever retro tune

    Move D not a name im famliar with - anything else in that oldskool vein? looks a bit more techno to me from a quick glance
     
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  3. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Probably my favourite house DJ for the past 5 years, at least. And his productions are amazing, too. I know mostly his new stuff, but this is a great album

    Move D - Kunststoff
     
  4. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Also, shameless plug for a mix I did a few years back :)



    soulphiction - prison song
    soulphiction - so what
    soulphiction & move d - the essence
    soulphiction & move d - the limelight
    move d - theo
    move d - felix
    move d - like i was kind
    move d - aspiration 2010
    move d - ac1d
    move d - quit quittin'
    soulphiction - free rotation i
    missing linkx - who to call
    soulphiction - some things remain
    missing linkx - a short history of...
     
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  5. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    nice one fez, totally missed that
     
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  6. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    I've just bought unofficial green / red vinyl 2016 re-releases of both Hypnotize and Mezmerize by System of a Down. I literally couldn't help myself (curse you D*scogs/P*ypal :mad: )

    Thing is, between them they form an extraordinary masterpiece of unutterable intrigue, in terms of both rock and roll. Irresistible. And what a swansong.

    I used to have both on CD but my CDs almost all got stolen a few years ago. Slowly I'm replacing the best stuff, on vinyl where that's possible.
     
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  7. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    Speaking of that, one I had to get on CD arrived not long ago and after a week of repeat listening I've had to lend it to a friend just so I would listen to something else.

     
  8. sealion

    sealion If you can't dance just nod your head

    Crisis_ Vibronics
    1st trumpet_ Mafia and fluxey ft Aba Ariginals
    Arise_ Kingsley wray ft Skycru
     
  9. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

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  10. Mattym

    Mattym Well-Known Member

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  11. lefteri

    lefteri Well-Known Member

    Has that letta mbulu had a decent legit rerelease?
     
  12. Fez909

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  13. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    I haven't...will check it out, cheers!
     
  14. lefteri

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  15. lefteri

    lefteri Well-Known Member

    eta: yeah, ed davies - same dude!
     
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  16. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    You on the Disque mailing list as well then? :D
     
  17. lefteri

    lefteri Well-Known Member

    Yes! Haven't bought any new records for ages though
     
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  18. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    You letta sort that out then ;)

    :facepalm:
     
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  19. Ground Elder

    Ground Elder Well-Known Member

    Fez909 Very much liking the Detroit City Cats :cool:

    One of the many good things to be said of the 7" records is that they fit through letter boxes. I was away for much of July and August and returned to a pleasing pile on the mat. Among others:



    This one from the LP, which required a trip to the post office :rolleyes:

    And a new 7" edit of this
     
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  20. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

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  21. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    Grabbed a vinyl copy of the Chumbawamba record English Rebel Songs 1381-1914, delighted to discover it's a 10''
     
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  22. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    Al Campbell ruling the Channel One version of the Drifter rhythm

     
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  23. Ground Elder

    Ground Elder Well-Known Member

    I was in Eastbourne at the weekend for a family party. I took full advantage of the town's five record shops and assorted charity shops, coming away with a decent haul for around thirty quid. There's nothing I like better than sitting on the floor digging my way through boxes of cheap 45s :cool:

    From the charity shops; a not particularly great Betty Wright single, a few northern classics - Ghost in My House, San Remo Strings Festival Time, Black Magic copy of Out On the Floor, ABC reissue of the Tams Hey Girl/Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy, mint copies of the O'Jays I Love Music and the Righteous Brothers You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', to replace my battered old ones, a Spinners tune I didn't know, a UK copy of The Casinos - I Still Love You (I'll sell this as I've already got it on Fraternity) & Marvin Gaye's Got To Give It Up.

    From the proper record shops: 12" of Mcfadden & Whitehead's Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now, a sleeveless copy of this Marble Arch Chess compilation, Robert Parker Barefootin'/Let's Go Baby on Island, a German copy of Janet Kay Silly Games, Cameo Find My Way (been meaning to pick a copy of this up for ages), straight ahead Mirwood northern brilliance from Jackie Lee with Your P-e-r-s-o-n-a-l-i-t-y, a mystery white label, that turned out to be the crossover gem True Image Not Over You Yet, (unfortunately most likely the Grapevine reissue, rather than £1,000+ original), a couple on Red Bird -Shangri Las Walkin' In the Sand and Rodie Joy's version of Come Back Baby - MCA reissue of Jackie Wilson Since You Showed Me How To Be Happy, Marv Johnson You Got What It Takes (not a favourite of mine, but I'm a sucker for early London American Recordings 7s :facepalm:), popcorn from Brenda Lee and also Wanda Jackson Funnel Of Love, Coasters Charlie Brown/Three Cool Cats (that lovely London label again :D), early Philly disco from First Choice with the classic Armed and Extremely Dangerous and a few more a shop owner threw in for nothing, (presumably because they were unsellable), that I didn't really want.

    When I got home there was a couple of LPs waiting for me at the Post Office, (need a 13" wide letter box): O C Smith At Home, bought for with his great version of the Winston's Color Him Father

    and a compilation of previously unissued Motown, From the Vaults, mostly for the Spinners What More Could A Boy Ask For, although there's three or four other great tunes on it as well.
     
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  24. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Any they any good? I've never bothered checking them out for some reason but came across one of their tunes recently that I was so close to pulling the trigger on to take advantage of Discogs bundle-postage. Checked it on YT, and it was sounding ace, but then there was just some proper cheesey bits. Ended up doing an edit of it from a pirated MP3, and not buying the original :oops:

    I'm waiting on a delivery of these:

    Common Edit 12



    Il Bosco ‎– More Hitz From The Manctalo Discotek

     
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  25. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

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  26. Ground Elder

    Ground Elder Well-Known Member

    I'm a fan of cheesy soul :D ;) The Spinners were a bit hit and miss, to be fair. Recently picked up a copy of this for the previously unreleased

    Another couple big northern tunes from the Spinners -

     
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  27. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Here's the one I liked:



    And *ahem - shameless plug* my edit

     
  28. lefteri

    lefteri Well-Known Member

    Haven't bagged it yet as it comes out on the 19th but the new Patrick Cowley lp of unreleased material is fucking amazing
     
  29. Ground Elder

    Ground Elder Well-Known Member

    My wife is on her way back from Detroit with a big pile of records :eek: She won't tell me what she's got, other than teasing me with a bargain, $3 dollar copy of this :cool:. She tells me that she's been out digging with some top soul collectors, who kept passing her the quality cheapies :)

    I'm very much looking forward to her getting home tomorrow :D
     
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  30. shifting gears

    shifting gears Well-Known Member

    Get the patio dug up ASAP I reckon
     
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