I am an elitist completist collector. I have over 1900 industrial CDs/rekkids. Most of the stuff on my wantlist I can get easily, its just a matter of money and priority. I do not do mp3s AT ALL. If there is an interest in my collection and/or wantlist, feel free to email me for trades of either CDrs or real releases. If there is something in my wantlist that is rare/limited/out of print (not shit that is easy to find) and you know of where I can get it (ebay, gemm, etc) you can let me know also.

The stuff I am REALLY looking for is not all in Discogs so allow me to list some of these items:

Acumen-Strike 4
Acumen-Live Farewell 2001
Celluloid Mata-Pink One
Christ Analogue-Texture Ov Despise
Clay People-Cringe
Exclipsect-Pulse Of Initiation
H.P.P.-Fanafetishism
Land-Notre Dame De Paris
Land-Anger
Lith-Urban Symphony
Lith-Tribes
Lith-A Case Of War
Lith-Narcotic
Kevorkian Death Cycle-Kill For Christ demo tape
Oneiroid Psychosis-Death In Utero
Oneiroid Psychosis-The Time Spent Dead

Top 10 most-wanted:
1. Cubanate/Judda split promo tape
2. Lament Configuration - Low Resolution Sweep
3. Pneumatic Detach - Experiments In Psychosis
4. FEM Presents. Vol. 1
5. Radial/Signal - Hymns Of Silence, Leads To Destruction
6. Exclipsect - Pulse Modulation
7. Ah Cama-Sotz - First Circle Of Hell
8. Ah Cama-Sotz - Murder Themes
9. Antigen Shift - Primary Causation
10.Tarmvred - Ileus

Complete collections by artist:
Batz Without Flesh
C/A/T
Hate Dept. (unless there are demo tapes I dont know about)
Insekt
Manufactura
Minion
Monolith
Noise Unit
Oil 10
Synapscape
Pain Station
Converter
Axiome
Liar's Rosebush
Imminent/Imminent Starvation
Urawa
Conscientia Peccati
Compest
Collapsed System
Kom-Intern
Idyl
Sona Eact
Remain Silent
Zonk't
Monoid
Vromb
Naked Intruder
Slayv Axis
Xingu Hill
Babylone Chaos
Spahn Ranch

Almost complete collections by artist:
Numb (missing split 7" with Dazibao)
Cubanate (missing split tape with Judda)
Empusae (missing part 2 of the comic book release)
Oneiroid Psychosis (missing 2 demo tapes)
Blink Twice (missing 6 demo tapes)
HIV+ (missing first demo)
Antigen Shift (missing Primary Causation)
Aural Blasphemy (missing 2 demo tapes)
Pneumatic Detach (missing Experiments In Psychosis)
Prong (missing just one release [as far as I know])

Complete collections by label: (or extremely close)
Brume Records
Mile 329 (all official ones anyway)
Hive Records (still need the limited version of HIV.02)
Divine Comedy
Re-Load Ambient (unless there is more than whats in the database)
Nein Records (except 1st edition of Frecuencias de Radio)
Frozen Empire Media (except FEM02, FEM09, and FEM11 with the extra disc)
Sub.Session (Unless there are more that arent in the database)

Ratings indicator:
none=Havent listened to enough/not my style and dont want to bring the ratings down
1=Sucks ass
2=Pretty terrible and barely keepable
3=Mediocre. Could pop in and forget about. There might be one or two winner tracks
4=Pretty damn good. Maybe unique and original. There might be as many bad tracks as good tracks, but the good ones more than make up for the bad.
5=Fucking awesome release. Will never part with.

Artists I need to check out
Negru Voda
Moljebka Pvlse
Negru Pvlse
L.E.A.K.
Turbund Sturmwerk
Inade
Combative Alignment
Predominance
Ionosphere
Herbst9
Gae Bolg

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