Im open to trades. If you arent in the US, it has too be a good trade or more than one record to make shipping worth while.
Here is my top ten in no particular order. If they are on here and already for sale on Discogs, it probably means who ever is selling wants too much.
Top 10 Wants:
1. UNKLE - The Time Has Come E.P., The Picture Disc
2. Various - Stud!ok7 On The Run
3. Funkstörung - Additional Productions
4. Imogen Heap - Getting Scared
5. [Invalid Artist] - Locust silver vinyl
6. Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts)
7. Snapcase - Lookinglasself
8. Tribe Of Issachar - Fever
9. ZAO - The Tie That Binds
10.[Invalid Artist] - Red Letter Day 10" (not on Discogs)
Top 10 Releases (in no particular order):
1. Lamb - Lamb
2. ZAO - The Splinter Shards The Birth Of Separation
3. Björk - Homogenic
4. Hive - Devious Methods
5. Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come (A Chimerical Bombination In 12 Bursts)
6. Free Kitten - Free Kitten With DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid / Free Kitten With We
7. Can - Tago Mago
8. UNKLE - Psyence Fiction
9. Tom Waits - Nighthawks At The Diner
10.T.Power vs. MK-Ultra - Mutant Jazz
"Let them call me rebel and welcome, I feel no concern from it; but I should suffer the misery of devils, were I to make a whore of my soul by swearing allegiance to one whose character is that of a sottish, stupid, stubborn, worthless, brutish man."
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Excellent release. Slow intro with a smooth horn line, with RZA samples from the song. its a 33 1/3 so a bit strange to match, but great as an opener.
samples from Athonhy B's Warrior.