My music experience stems from Be-Bop Jazz, Fusion, Industrial and New Wave music, the New Romantics, the Second Summer of Love and the following Ambient House and the Advanced Electronic music scene.

My collection is private and has been cared for with love since I started buying vinyls.
I have more "in store" than on my Discogs sales. Feel free to ask. Make an Offer.
Write decently.

Just click here to see what I currently have for sale. !

I have some sought after records on sales and more in my private collection, so many blokes contact me asking for releases' photos.

I've started to decline taking well lightened high-resolution photographs without a contribution.
The reason being is that many guys suddenly "need to think about it" after they could clearly see from the newly taken photos that covers & vinyls are in a pretty good condition.

So to bypass time-wasters, I will request an advance small fee for the labor; as they are also bypassing sellers & buyers policies.
Indeed, nowhere is Discogs policies obliges sellers to take photographs for potential buyers or time-wasters and doing so takes time and compassion.

Anyway, send me a direct message for any queries you may have.

I'm not new in "the industry."
Let's hope that you don't know what I mean.

Just like you all, I recently started to live in an open air virtual jail within a long established commodity culture to the benefit of a global elite managing misery via debt commodities, social impact markets & development impact bonds. I was 'glad' that they fabricated widespread consent and coerced global vaccination with a digital green new deal pass so that we could all stay home listening to our vinyls without being bothered to meet or create a new vivid street scene.

If curious, I could also be inclined to beat the shit out of you. I'm planning to read a few books by Larken Rose.
For now, I'm more than half-way through the Letters to Lucilius by Grand Master Lucius Annaeus Seneca.

Never enough of dickheads mansplaning 'their 'views' under anything I say or post.

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Mongo Santamaria - Mongo's Way
posted a review of Mongo Santamaria - Mongo's Way. 1 day ago
1971 was a great year for music overall and this Afro Cuban Jazz album is a killer with Marty Sheller and Earl Neal Creque at the control and even Grant Reed & Stanley Turrentine as guest on two pieces. Mongo's Way sure is the way.
Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her
submitted Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her. 11 days ago
Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her
submitted Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her. 11 days ago
Sugar Minott - Jah A Love You
posted a review of Sugar Minott - Jah A Love You. 15 days ago
Amusing how this talented Jamaican artist sings about their Rastafari God with the many songs platitudes applied to courting or keeping engaged to a lady.
Prince Jazzbo - Pepper Rock
posted a review of Prince Jazzbo - Pepper Rock. 16 days ago
The original version of this album was released in 1985.
Material - One Down
posted a review of Material - One Down. about 1 month ago
Timeless album. I've been listening to it since a few years after it was released and I never became tired of it; I even found that the few pieces which I may have brushed aside are actually remarkable. The Beinhorn, Laswell, Bisi foundation works... See full review
Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her
submitted Jackie Gleason - Music To Remember Her. about 1 month ago
Bison (4) - Travellers
posted a review of Bison (4) - Travellers. about 1 month ago
This collaboration between Smith & Mudd and Holger Czukay plus Ursa Major works like a charm. Timeless.
Visage - Fade To Grey Mixes 2009
posted a review of Visage - Fade To Grey Mixes 2009. about 1 month ago
The Michael Grey mixes are horrendous pieces of crap: self-righteously loosing the elusive spirit of the piece to serve us a badly arranged "stadium techno" sounding slice of vomit. I mean, you can remix a classic and it means you are allowed to... See full review
dEUS - How To Replace It
posted a review of dEUS - How To Replace It. about 1 month ago
Because CJ Bolland has proven being a bully to queer people and shouldn't be part of the band either then.
Cut/Copy* - Blink And You'll Miss A Revolution
posted a review of Cut/Copy* - Blink And You'll Miss A Revolution. about 1 month ago
9 tracks and it all sound generic. If you have a good track, why do you need to remix it a thousand time? One good remixer would be enough, like in the days of Prelude Records This Nu Disco/Indie Dance craze didn't pass the test of time. See now... See full review
Natalia Kills
posted a review of Natalia Kills. about 1 month ago
Now here you have a stone-set proof that modern pop music is almost entirely made of talentless copycats auto-tuned dolls singing clichés lyrics bathed in formulaic synthesised generic music which can't even be categorised as proper synth-pop or... See full review
Hula (2) - 1000 Hours
posted a review of Hula (2) - 1000 Hours. 2 months ago
I never really liked live recordings as I prefer to be at the event. That said, the tracks on side C & D are unique to this release and most not to be found anywhere else. These are really great industrial pieces, dense, 'obscure', … If you like the... See full review
Jackie Mittoo - Now
submitted Jackie Mittoo - Now. 2 months ago
Ken Ishii - Pneuma
posted a review of Ken Ishii - Pneuma. 2 months ago
One of the best EP of the 'early sounding' Ken Ishii.
To my knowledge, B2 "Low", is not found on any other releases.
3 Classics in one !
Aphex Twin - Analog Bubblebath Vol 2
posted a review of Aphex Twin - Analog Bubblebath Vol 2. 3 months ago
Only anal retentive pundits coming more than 3 decades late in the game can make comments like Lorien_ . Belgian underground DJs were slowing down vinyl records B-Sides since at least 1984 and with white label releases in such unhackneyed genre... See full review
Aphex Twin - Analog Bubblebath Vol 2
posted a review of Aphex Twin - Analog Bubblebath Vol 2. 3 months ago
DJ (Partick) Kash in Antwerp managed to get a stamped Rabbit City copy from Renaat Vandepapeliere office when he wasn't watching while I've catched the two first and few Caustic Window EPs during a London trip were I later met Grant Wilson-Claridge... See full review
posted a review of Doug Craig. 4 months ago
In the "I Dream of Wires - Modular Pursuits" documentary, Carl Craig reveals that he discovered some synthesisers such as the Yamaha DX7 or the Sequential Prophet-6 from his cousin Doug here. Strange that Doug Craig didn't release more music.
posted a review of Buzz. 4 months ago
I'm not having total certitude but I think that Jan Van den Bergh (aka Monte La Rue) was influential in what this label released in the early 1990's; specially so in the realms of Electronica, Detroit Techno & the likes.
Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid
posted a review of Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid. 5 months ago
Very few ever noticed that this track samples a short snippet of Stevie Wonder's "Race Babbling", both are great pieces, from a different realm and time.
The Shake Spears - Give It To Me
posted a review of The Shake Spears - Give It To Me. 5 months ago
I'm surprised that this album has never been re-issued in CD format and is nowhere to be found in digital audio land. Oldie but goodies lovers will have to be content with one of these vinyl release.
Various - 25 Compost Records
posted a review of Various - 25 Compost Records. 5 months ago
Compost Records doesn't need to demonstrate that it is one of the best records label in the world, and his founder, Michael Reinboth, is a charm. This release is amazing.
Eberhard Schoener - Meditation
posted a review of Eberhard Schoener - Meditation. 5 months ago
Dark ambient drone quadrophonic masterpiece performed ahead of the times when such genres were given a name on Side A.
Majestic ethereal cosmic levitation on the B side.
Unknown Artist - Untitled
posted a review of Unknown Artist - Untitled. 6 months ago
I think it's test material from ECV's Groove Crew which never was officially released, if I remember well.
Got it from DJ Kash indeed.
Various - Washington Go Go Sound Attack
posted a review of Various - Washington Go Go Sound Attack. 6 months ago
Fabulous compilation if you want to hug a butt or are just discovering Go-go music.
GQ - Disco Nights (Rock Freak) / Boogie Oogie Oogie
posted a review of GQ - Disco Nights (Rock Freak) / Boogie Oogie Oogie. 7 months ago
I could be mistaken but I haven't seen any original 12" releases with such a longer version of "Disco Nights (Rock Freak)"; the original 12" duration was 5:51" !
Liza 'N' Eliaz
posted a comment on Liza 'N' Eliaz. 7 months ago
It is very disdainful to deadname and misgender a trans or intersex person. I know she wouldn't have appreciated your comment. So if you truely respect her, you don't deadname her or use "He/She" to cast doubt on her identity. She was my friend when... See full review
Various - Mutazione (Italian Electronic & New Wave Underground 1980-1988)
posted a review of Various - Mutazione (Italian Electronic & New Wave Underground 1980-1988). 10 months ago
The comment by bermudatriangle888 is absolutely shortsighted. This is really a compilation from different Electro Wave band from the late 1970's and early 80's. As recorddeviant36 mentioned, electronic bands with a limited budget had to use... See full review
Zook / Coco Electrik - Blue Monday / Tainted Love
posted a comment on Zook / Coco Electrik - Blue Monday / Tainted Love. 11 months ago
plattenjunkie can't make the difference between an edit and a cover. Go figure ;^)
Arthur Russell - First Thought Best Thought
posted a comment on Arthur Russell - First Thought Best Thought. 11 months ago
It has been re-issued as Instrumentals without including the Tower Of Meaning album.
Risco Connection - Risco Version
submitted Risco Connection - Risco Version. 11 months ago
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Parliament - Osmium
posted a review of Parliament - Osmium. about 1 year ago
Everyone talks about the release's format sonic quality these days. Nobody even dare giving a voice about the music. I guess we've reached peak commodity culture. Anyway, contrary to nitwits tagging styles over releases without actually listening or... See full review
Parliament - Osmium
posted a comment on Parliament - Osmium. about 1 year ago
Funk you very much Lord Of The Agnostic Mansplaining.
Please note that I joined this database 15 years before you.
This phenomenon wasn't observable back then and I don't see why I should feel to justify to you or anyone what I wrote.
Of course I am... See full review
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posted a review that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
Bird (28) - Bird (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
posted a comment on Bird (28) - Bird (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). about 1 year ago
"Initially, when Columbia owned the project, the studio executives wanted to hire musicians to re-record all of Parker's music, largely because the original recordings were in mono, and were not of acceptable sound quality to accompany a feature film.... See full review
The Shamen - Hempton Manor (The Altered Stately Home)
posted a review of The Shamen - Hempton Manor (The Altered Stately Home). about 1 year ago
Warning: Don't be misguided by 'Trance' muzzy minds born in or after the 90's commenting here like wanking incels. They have no idea what this Shamen album is about. It's Leftfield in the overall flavor. High-Tech Soul/Techno & some Drum n Bass in... See full review
Nadine* - Insatiable
posted a review of Nadine* - Insatiable. about 1 year ago
Another 'over-produced' formulaic album with falsely authentic lyrics about cliché relationships and plenty of vocal & sonic gimmicks. Good try to cash-in I suppose. Perfect to mix with the vacuum-cleaner and then throw to the bin were it belongs.... See full review
Chrome (8)
posted a comment on Chrome (8). about 1 year ago
The is 460 artist with name Chrome or with the word Chrome in their artist name on Discogs. Look not further. This is the best Chrome ever. Probably the first with that name too.
Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five* Feat.: Melle Mel & Duke Bootee - The Message
posted a comment on Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five* Feat.: Melle Mel & Duke Bootee - The Message. about 1 year ago
The Message's A Capella is here on this vinyl re-issue :
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3rd Bass - The Cactus Cee/D (The Cactus Album)
posted a review of 3rd Bass - The Cactus Cee/D (The Cactus Album). about 1 year ago
Almost closing a decade of New-School Hip Hop. This legendary and greatly produced album is best listened in its entirety for its special flow and narrative fun.
Woob - Ad4ption
posted a review of Woob - Ad4ption. about 1 year ago
Have a ball here if you wish to listen to a John Carpenter electronic soundtrack for an Arcade tinted Giallo movie which never existed.
Joni Mitchell - Hejira
posted a review of Joni Mitchell - Hejira. about 1 year ago
Everlasting music grows on you. Commodity-culture music are exemplified in "choons" tapping into emotions and soon gone, these are fine for a party, some are even good or deep enough to last. Now there isn't any of these tunes here but exceptionally... See full review
Luke Slater's 7th Plain* - My Yellow Wise Rug
posted a comment on Luke Slater's 7th Plain* - My Yellow Wise Rug. about 1 year ago
Does someone know from where the elusive voice intro on "Adapt And Go 4th" comes from? It always sounded familiar to me but I could never figure it out. As for the poster picture, although I find the colours and patterns lovely, I never could see... See full review
Aksak Maboul - Onze Danses Remixes
submitted Aksak Maboul - Onze Danses Remixes. about 1 year ago
Garrett (2) - Private Life III
posted a review of Garrett (2) - Private Life III. about 1 year ago
What a load of rubbish ! I usually don't write negative reviews but even if an artist 'has a name' I just can't believe folks are even buying such wonky pseudo-funky synth dirge on soon to recycle vinyl. Uninspired. Boring. Nerve wrecking. I'd rather... See full review
Seofon - Causal Collapse
submitted Seofon - Causal Collapse. about 1 year ago
David Holmes - Lets Get Killed
posted a comment on David Holmes - Lets Get Killed. about 1 year ago
Towards the end 1990's, the approach of new millennium gave music lovers into ambient house, techno, trip-hop & drum'n'bass a feeling to explore a deeper past, increasingly giving an ear to 1950's exotica, space age pop, easy listening, 1950's jazz... See full review