I am a collector not a DJ. I do have classic Dj-equipment, 2 Technics SL-1200 MK2's, Dateq XTC mixer and Pioneer SE-450 headphones.

My classic records are only from the 1984 - 1995 period (mostly '88-'93). I'm thriving to build a collection with only records in original company, if not picture sleeve. The record and the sleeve must be in at least very good condition. I only want the release on the label it was first released on and allways the first pressing. Furthermore I'm allways looking for the dubplates/acetates, test pressings, promotional copies and/or colo(u)red vinyl versions if existing.

Most of my records are Techno, Hardcore and Acid classics, some are Tribal, Freestyle, Progressive etc. Generally speaking I don't like Hardcore / Gabber released after, say Thunderdome V.

My collection is not secret!
It's just that nothing is for sale!
Click on the link to my special collection-account,

Recent Activity
submitted Steve Poindexter - Short Circuit. 5 months ago
submitted Harvey Harris - Shake The House. 7 months ago
submitted Tyree* - Stimpy's Fava-O-Rite Song . 8 months ago
submitted Technohead - Mary Jane. 9 months ago
submitted Acid Junkies - Paranoid Experience. 9 months ago
submitted Model 500 - I See The Light / Pick Up The Flow. 10 months ago
submitted Jack Frost - Tom Tom E.P.. 11 months ago
submitted Control D.C.* - Ritmo Del Diavolo. about 1 year ago
submitted The African Juice - Congo Bongo. about 1 year ago
submitted Jaydee, Third Generation Featuring Chevelle - Plastic Dreams / You Don't Live Here Anymore (Kerri's Rex Club Mix). about 1 year ago
submitted Steve Poindexter - Phase II. about 1 year ago
submitted Kevin Saunderson - The Sound (Power Remix). about 1 year ago
submitted Jerry Duck - Duck And Dance / Pure Engine. over 2 years ago
submitted The Nighttripper - Tone Exploitation. over 2 years ago
submitted The Nighttripper - Tone Exploitation. over 2 years ago
submitted Liaisons D - Por La Patria / Stress Free. over 2 years ago
submitted Evil A.D. - Destruction E.P.. over 2 years ago
submitted Phuture - We Are Phuture. over 2 years ago
submitted CJ Bolland - The 4th Sign. over 2 years ago
submitted Disintegrator - Target Terminated. over 3 years ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 4 years ago
submitted Acid Heads - Some Sort Of Pill . over 5 years ago
submitted Moka DJ - Poison Blood. over 5 years ago
submitted Joe Smooth Featuring Anthony Thomas - Promised Land. over 5 years ago
submitted Johnny Vicious - Liquid Bass Volume 1. over 5 years ago
submitted Kevin Saunderson - Faces & Phases Vol. 1 - The Kevin Saunderson Collection. over 5 years ago
submitted DJ Hyperactive - SOS Remixes. over 5 years ago
submitted Zodiac Trax - Zodiac Trax Volume 2. over 5 years ago
submitted Francesco Zappala'* - No Way Out. over 5 years ago
submitted Robert Armani - Ambulance. over 6 years ago
submitted Digital Boy - This Is Mutha F**ker! (Censored). over 6 years ago
submitted Techno Bros - We Are Techno Bros. over 6 years ago
submitted Human Resource - Dominator (Remixes). over 6 years ago
submitted 2 Meijer - Timemachine. over 6 years ago
posted a comment on Kevin Starke - 151. over 8 years ago
It is obvious that Kevin was going for that old school sound of simple drum beats and a TB-303 acid house sound! He stays 100% true to the original acid house sound. So you know what to expect.
posted a review of Fierce Ruling Diva - R.E.A.L. Collectors Edition Fierce Ruling Diva. over 11 years ago
At first sight this track appears to be exclusive and not released any other way. In fact this track is almost identical to "Fingers In The Dyke" on the 1992 2X12" album "Anarchic Adjustments". The joke on this flexidisc also indicates this, as Jeroen ... See full review
posted a review of Chosen Few - Love Me Bad. over 13 years ago
"Name of the DJ" has become a huge underground hit, primarily due to the alternating bassdrum. According to Mokum website Francois himself argues that the "Name of the DJ" is the best Mokum track ever!

The sample "At the count of three I want you all ... See full review
posted a review of Random XS - Give Your Body. over 13 years ago
Although Sander Friedeman (Zero (Z)One) found it really hard to get an Acid track together, Saskia Slegers (Djax-up-beats) loved it, for obvious reasons. "Gives Your Body" has become a classic, much to the surprise of Zero One himself.

"Cem Jam" is ... See full review
posted a review of Scarface - I'll Take You All To Fuckin' Hell. over 14 years ago
The samples "I'm Tony Montana a political prisoner from Cuba", "Fuck you man!" and "I'll take you all to fucking hell" were taken from the movie "Scarface"
posted a review of The African Juice - Congo Bongo. over 15 years ago
This is a totally underrated record. It combined tribal with eurotechno in 1992 when mellow-, techno- and hardcorefans were going separate ways. I only know of the original Italian pressing. It think there's no repress and it hasn't been licensed by ... See full review
posted a review of Neophyte - The Three Amiga's E.P.. over 15 years ago
Impressive Neophyte's debut produced on a Amiga gamecomputer. Soundquality is therefore poor, but most contempory hardcoreproducers with much better equipment are unable to surpass this.
posted a review of Various - Thunderdome III - The Nightmare Is Back!. over 15 years ago
Intially the box contained a free (Phooney) "Tattoo". It was deleted (by Arcade) when a young Thunderdomefan placed it on his forehead, unable to remove it! Boxes with (unused) tattoo are therefore quite rare.
posted a review of Phase Phorce - Phase Phorce. over 15 years ago
"Complications" is an oldfashioned Acidhouse-track in Chicago-style! I can be mixed with allmost any old Acidhousetrack from the late eighties.
posted a review of Cajmere - Chit Chat - The Remixes. over 15 years ago
A reissue of this record, was titled "The Percolator", because that track was the big undergroundhit. The Clubhouselogo-side is white in stead of black. Both sides now read "The Percolator" in big print as the new title.
posted a review of Intension - Monster Of L...... over 16 years ago
"Monster of L....." is your average, typically belgian sample-acid New Beat track. Tragic Revolution is impressive but sluggish, but that's New Beat for you!
posted a review of Space Opera - Call It Techno. over 16 years ago
Mind "Space Opera theme" one of the first serious atempts by europeans to produce a techno track. This belgian gem is the last track on an allmost forgotten old R&S release.
posted a review of Board Of Wisdom - Over The Hill. over 16 years ago
Mind Martin Luther King samples on "Over the hill".
posted a review of Club X - Dy-rassic. over 16 years ago
Allthough released in 1993, when it was too soft to become a hit, "Don't denie the beat" became a massive underground hit in 1995 when it was released on the compilation-CD's: "A nightmare in Rotterdam" & "Thunderdome VI"
posted a review of Pascal (4) / Swat* - His First Creation / The Fly Is Dead. over 16 years ago
Double classic featuring one of the first Happyhardcore hits; "The fly is dead" directed against Bonzai DJ The Fly.
posted a review of Quazar - The Spring EP. over 16 years ago
The introduction to Here and now is by "Tres Manos" the Urban Dance Squad guitar player. It's value for money because all tracks are good. Some might prefer the softer tracks like The treasure, very dreamy!