For all you record sellers:

Don’t bother telling me that you’re selling a record on my want list, unless you’re selling it for $5 USA or you want to trade it for one of my records! I’m not interested in eBay sales that are located in Europe! It’s too damn expensive! ( >o<)/

I was selling my records a while back, but after a while, people stopped showing interest, so I’m pretty much done with that. Not to mention that it gets quite expensive sending these to Europe.

However, if anyone is interested in buying my entire collection, feel free to send me an offer. There are currently 527 records in there. I also have a lot that are not in the Discogs database. I think I have about 590 records or so. I would prefer to deal with someone in the United States. However, if you live in another country & you understand that shipping about 240 LBS (108.8 kg) costs a lot of money & you're willing to pay for it, I'll deal with you too. \(^_^ )
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posted a review of Pizzicato Five. over 15 years ago
This is my favorite Japanese group. It's really hard to classify their style of music, but lets just say that <B>Austin Powers</B> would be a very big fan of their sound. Yeah baby! YEAH!! They have a very groovy, pop like, electronic, downtempo, ... See full review
posted a review of Âme Strong - Tout Est Bleu (François K. Remix). over 15 years ago
Here’s another fine production by Francois K. & Eric Kupper. Basically, this is a garage anthem. With sweet & sexy French lyrics sung by French lady Ame Strong & house music production by Francois K. on side A, you can’t go wrong. On side B, we have ... See full review
posted a review of Moraes* - I Like It (I Like How You're Lov'in Me). over 15 years ago
The two mixes that are worthy on this record are the <B>The Fog Horn</B> & the <B>Octapella Dub</B>. On side A, <B>The Fog Horn</B> mix has a very thick New York vibe. It has a vocal sample here & there, but mostly stays minimal. The drum kick on this ... See full review
posted a review of Angel Moraes - Hairy & Big. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! This is one deep & hypnotic mind f*ck of the best kind! It’s one of Angel Moraes’ finer pieces of house music material that he has released throughout the years. All the mixes are worthy, but the one to really get down to is the <B>Angels Big ... See full review
posted a review of Lego - Flava In Ya Ear Vol. 2. over 15 years ago
OK!! Stand back! I'm gonna spill the beans on this record. Yes. I’m gonna review it! This is a rare gem on the now defunct Afterhours label. All Latin house records should be measured against this record. This record is the real deal, folks. We’ll ... See full review
posted a review of Doc Martin. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! <B>Doc Martin</B> is the man! He’s basically the reason that I love house music & all that implies to that. Seeing him perform at early events like <B>Flammable Liquid</B> held at various venues in Los Angeles in the early 90’s, I knew that ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Sneak - EP. over 15 years ago
The only 2 worthy tracks to listen to on this EP is "<B>Dancin</B>" & "<B>Throw Your Hands</B>". "<B>Dancin</B>" has a pretty neat percussion sample & a very thick & hard drum kick. Then you got the disco lick coming in & the party starts moving. ... See full review
posted a review of Hardrive - 2000. over 15 years ago
Now here's a really good vocal house track that was produced by "Little" Louie Vega. "<B>Never Forget (When You Touch Me)</B>" is a very smooth vocal track with a nice bass line & percussion. Then you got sweet vocals by Lynae & then a Santana style ... See full review
posted a review of Buddee Boys - Up Above / Feel Function. over 15 years ago
Now here's a truely good jazzy house record. Let's just skip "<B>Up Above</B>" on the first record & head directly to "<B>Feel Function</B>" on the second record. Yeah!! This is the stuff that jazzy house records should be measured against. You need ... See full review
posted a review of Derrick Carter - The Cosmic Disco. over 15 years ago
This is a must have for all house heads. All the cuts are good. Ranging from quirky to abrstract to soulful to disco, you can't go wrong. You have classics like DJ Sneak's "You Can't Hide from Your Bud", Cricco Castelli's "Life Is Changing", ... See full review
posted a review of Fonda Rae - Living In Ecstasy. over 15 years ago
This is a legendary garage track. The <B>Groove Mix Edit By Francois K</B> is the one to listen to. With sweet vocals by Fonda Rae & a smooth & soulful edit with a hard drum kick by Francois K, this track will get the dance floor jumping. (^_^ )
posted a review of Angel Moraes - 23 Mins. Of Your Love. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! <B>23 Mins. of Your Love</B> on side a is one hell of a deep & hypnotic house journey. Filled with a heavy keyboard riff, a female vocal sample saying, "I'm going crazy", & an electric guitar riff that ends up sounding like <B>Santana</B>'s ... See full review
posted a review of Love American Style - Firebird. over 15 years ago
This is one very beautiful house record!! This is the kinda stuff that would be played around 9 PM when the DJ is just starting their house set or around 5 AM when a DJ is bringing the set down. Both cuts are very good, but <B>Firebird</B> is the cut ... See full review
posted a review of Terry Hunter - Headhunter (Vol. 2). over 15 years ago
Here's a record that screams Mark Farina!! All the cuts are very good. Very funky, soulful, & quirky. From the soulness of <B>The Music</B> to the filtered funk guitar quirkiness of <B>Apples & Pears</B>, this record has it all. (^_^ )
posted a review of Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! - Hold Your Head Up High. over 15 years ago
OK! Skip side A & head directly to side B. The <B>Rascal Dub</B> is one hell of a hypnotic house music journey with lots of building up & then finally breaking down. It has a very nice & thick drum kick & a wicked bass line. Then you have the vocal ... See full review
posted a review of Aly-Us - Follow Me. over 15 years ago
This is truely a classic garage track. This is one of those records that touched me very deeply & made an impact on my life. The message is very deep & the music is superb. Every house head should own a copy. (^_^ )
posted a review of The Absolute Introducing Suzanne Palmer - There Will Come A Day. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! This record can rock any warehouse at any time. The <B>Half Tab</B> & <B>Black Lozenge</B> mixes are the ones to listen to. With vocals by <B>Suzanne Palmer</B> & a smooth 303 sound in & out of the tracks, this record will get the dance floor ... See full review
posted a review of Abacus - Analog Trax Vol. 2. over 15 years ago
Ah yes. This record's a really nice vocal house track. I believe that the original song was done by <B>The Carpenters</B>. The <B>Restless Mix</B> is so beautiful that it almost jerks a tear out of your eye. With beautiful vocals by <B>Bratticus</B> ... See full review
posted a review of Los Amigos Invisibles - Arepa 3000: A Venezuelan Journey Into Space. over 15 years ago
<B>Los Amigos Invisibles</B> are quite possibly the greatest funk band <B>EVAR</B>! They can be funkier than George Clinton, more bossa nova than Antonio Carlos Jobim, more housier than most house music producers, & their music will also range from ... See full review
posted a review of Southern Comfort Featuring Nolan Epps - Let's Go Disco. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! This record is a must have for all house heads. The <B>Vocal Mix</B> is a funky chunky house track. Mark Farina has rocked this record many times. The <B>Garage Essentials</B> mix is very good too. If you find this record anywhere, snap it ... See full review
posted a review of Angel Alanis - Compute Vol. 1. over 15 years ago
Here's a very hypnotic tech house record from Angel Alanis. On side A, we have "<B>Tube</B>". This one is very ntense with good synthesizer samples, thick drum kick, & a nice bass line. On side B, we have "<B>Clank</B>". This one is very inense & ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Trajic - Elavation Vault. over 15 years ago
"<B>Harps</B>" is the only track to listen to on this record. It has a pretty good drum kick with some beeps & blips here & there. This is a track that Donald Glaude, DJ Dan, & maybe even DJ Sneak would rock. The rest of them are too noisy & annoying. ... See full review
posted a review of The Believers - Who Dares To Believe In Me?. over 15 years ago
Yes!! This is a classic house record. If you're a true house head & you don't own this, you should be ashamed of yourself. The <B>Original Mix</B> is the one to listen to. It's very jazzy, deep, & has a drum kick hard enough to rock any warehouse! ... See full review
posted a review of Future Funk Essentials - Concepts In Jazz. over 15 years ago
Here’s another Moody gem. On side A, we have Jordan Fields with “<B>Pump Fusion</B>”. It’s starts of with a smooth & jazzy soul music sample, & then it breaks down into house. Then it keeps going & it breaks down into that smooth & jazzy soul music ... See full review
posted a review of Joeski - Earth Song / Closer. over 15 years ago
“<B>Earth Song</B>” has some organ samples here & there with a floating female vocal sample scattered out on the track. It’s also very moody, hypnotic, eerie, & kinda dark. “<B>Closer</B>” is a bit more harder, but it doesn’t really take off either. ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Sneak - Sneak Essentials Volume 3. over 15 years ago
Skip side A completely. It doesn’t really go anywhere. Go to side B & listen to “Disco Breaks”. It’s a house track that has a good drum kick & a disco sample throughout the track. I bet you’re like, “Hmmmmm... This track is not going anywhere...” ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Sneak - Blue Belly Bandit E.P.. over 15 years ago
Here’s a good house record if you can still find it. Skip side A completely. It’s useless disco filters that don’t really go anywhere. Go to side B. Here we have “Latin Seoul”. This was the first track that Doc Martin used on his “Unlock Your Mind” ... See full review
posted a review of Blu Belly Bandit - The Disco Filtering Mode. over 15 years ago
Ah yes. Here’s another DJ sneak record that rocks! On side A, we have “Beat Freakin’”. This is the track to listen to. It has a good hard drum kick with a filtered & subdued disco sample & a little filtered out squelching acid sound that floats in & ... See full review
posted a review of Track Assassin - State Of Emergency EP. over 15 years ago
Oh man!! This is one bad ass record from DJ Sneak. All the cuts here are very good. On side A, we have “Tracky Fingers” that’s very tracky & quirky. “Confusion” is really neat with a lot of drum loops & trackiness going on. Side B has the legendary ... See full review
posted a review of G.L.F. - Convergence. over 15 years ago
This is a very nice tech house record. On side A, we have “Filter This”. It’s a very smooth track with a nice & thick drum kick, percussion, a smooth bass line, & a filtered out synthesizer going throughout the track. Very hypnotic when you pay very ... See full review
posted a review of Wally Callerio - Dejavu. over 15 years ago
This house record is pretty neat. On side A e have “Dejavu”. It’s kinda weird with what seems like an abstract & subdues electric guitar riff that goes throughout the track. Vocals are also present. Side B has the fun one. “Whispers” starts of kinda ... See full review
posted a review of United Funk Pilots - The 2nd Flight. over 15 years ago
This is one of those house records that a DJ would use to begin climaxing their house set. On side A we have 3 different versions of "Time to Rock a Party". The one to "rock" (no pun intended) is the Club Mix. With the "time to rock the party, back ... See full review
posted a review of Turntable Bros.* - The Pitch Control EP. over 15 years ago
This is one of those really nice house records to own. Side A has that jazzy track called “Get Back To The Groove”. This one has keyboard riffs here & there with a pretty neat bass line. Very cool. Forget about “What ? Don´t Try It”. It’s quite ... See full review
posted a review of Red-Blackness - The Truth. over 15 years ago
Ah yes!! This is an unknown gem on the Chicago Groove label. This record has been rocked on the decks by Mark Farina himself. Side A has 2 versions of “The Truth”. The Club Version is a tracky & quirky house track with a funky vocal sample here & ... See full review
posted a review of Lil Louis & The Party* - Clap Your Hands. over 15 years ago
Oh yes! This record is bad ass!! For all you house heads, don't bother with side A. It's just a couple of R&B mixes & a drum 'n bass remix. Side B is the side to listen to. The first cut on side B is the "Man of Soul" (Dance Version) remix by ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Sneak - Sneaky Traxx. over 15 years ago
I love this house record. The cut to listen to is "Muted Jazz". Very swing like with a good jazzy riff & wacky vocals. It's one of those records that you play when your doing about 130 to 135 BPM in a house set & you want the people to go nuts. (^_^ ) ... See full review