I really only collect records I personally think are 4/5 or 5/5 ratings... The few in my collection that I have rated 3 or lower I would consider trading or selling
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posted a review of Boogie Boys - A Fly Girl / City Life. over 12 years ago
I'm surprised you don't hear more old school DJs spin this record. City Life is decent but easily forgettable. The gem here is A Fly Girl. Taking a break from Sly Fox's Let's Go All The Way, the beat on this track is fierce. An effect that sounds... See full review
posted a review of Lush. over 14 years ago
Although few would probably agree with me, I think that under Robin Guthrie's guidance as producer the members of Lush were able to achieve a superior sound to Guthrie's own pioneering Cocteau Twins. They took the interesting but sometimes tedious... See full review
posted a review of DJ Andy Smith. over 16 years ago
Andy Smith's CDs are a fun listen, but they don't do his live skills real justice. I've seen him DJ twice, and each time he rocked the house rapidly cuttin' and mixin' trip hop, rap, soul, metal, new wave, 12"s, 45s, LPs, you name it. Big Beat as a... See full review
posted a review of Smith & Mighty - Big World Small World. over 16 years ago
This was the first release I picked up from Smith & Mighty. I was listening to a lot of Massive Attack at the time and a friend of mine said I should check out Big World Small World. I was completely blown away. This is probably one of my top three... See full review
posted a review of Nitzer Ebb - Godhead. over 16 years ago
All the mixes of Godhead, and for that matter the song itself, I could do without, but the last two tracks on this single are the best live Nitzer Ebb recordings I have heard. The medley of Let Your Body Learn and Murderous is simply killer; when the... See full review
posted a review of A Split - Second. over 16 years ago
Looking back, A Split Second looks almost silly compared with other industrial bands of the 1980s-1990s (See the Mambo Witch video). They don't seem as tough as Front 242 or as scary as Skinny Puppy. What is kick-ass about these guys is their music.... See full review