I finally have repossessed my electronic music gears & vinyl collection which was held hostage for months by Salvador Augé i Jiménez, sadly his chantage worked and I've paid him 650€ in total, should I mention the unpaid emotional labour and his time & trust abuse, the bullying, violence, insults, threat, blackmail, cissexist invalidation, misogyny & relocation costs?

How this pathetic mama's boy managed to set up this chantage after a succession of manipulative events has been tweeted here.

Big thanks for your help and support to Elisabeth Edison, Madame Tresserras, Robert Moutarde, Vincent "Doc" Martins, King Konstandinos, Adrien Le Plus Malin, Puntual Francesc, Oslvaldo y Las Amigas…


Since the above event, my Discogs Store has just re-opened and I'm re-ordering everything after a relocation. So if you suspect that I have something in my collection which isn't in my sales & you'd be interested to purchase it, feel free to ask. If I accept to sell it you will have to proceed to purchase it from Discogs as per Fee Avoidance Policy, so I will have to relist it on my store here for the occasion..

If an item is in my collection but not on my sales list I may as well decline.

I will never agree for you to pick the item up from a shop or physical location in-person, rather I will have it shipped to the address you display on Discogs (if you pay via Bank Transfer) or the address displayed on your Paypal account if you use the later. For ethical reason I do prefer payments via Bank Transfer but the choice ultimately is all yours. Feel free to contact me about my viewpoint about Paypal. Aside of that said I'm always open to meet any gentle, stylish, educated music lovers for a tea or so, specially ladies.

As I keep digging in my collection, in which I have double copies, more vinyl cakes will show-up in my store here.

So, just click here to see what I currently have in store ;-) !

Thank you for your attention.

"I'm in love dancin,
and springing out the same,
send one now at 7.
Caught me love dancin,
sound now,
seek and you will find."


"Clear Channel owns all the major radio
stations and venues.
Most musicians aren't aware that a few
people control so much of what we hear."

- Susan Tedeschi
I sell a few recordings here !

Quotes :

"Don't play the first thing that
comes into your head:
play the second."

- Miles Davis.

"Of course the music
is a great difficulty.
You see, if one plays good music,
people don't listen,
and if one plays bad music
people don't talk."

- Oscar Wilde

"If you can walk you can dance.
If you can talk you can sing."

- Zimbabwe Proverb.


Enough of getting kicked in the head
by hateful, monotonous tracks.
When we hear that sound,
we should all either sit down or walk out..
or try to make it better.

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