- The Netherlands
- Joined on April 8, 2005
I have a part of my collection in MP3, but ONLY as backup and for personal use. I'm not selling/swapping any of my records. If you want something from my collection though, name a very good price !
Collecting vinyl since:
Club X - Dy-rassic
CLR (2), Jericho, King Street Sounds, MAW Records, Music Man Records, Outland Records, Search, Spiritual Records, Subliminal (older releases)
Acid Junkies, Adam Beyer, Blaze, Bobby D'Ambrosio, Chris Liebing, Frankie Feliciano, Full Intention, Jeroen Krom, Jeroen Schrijvershof, Justin Berkovi, Kasjmir, Henrik B, Marco Bailey, Masters At Work, Steve Rachmad, Ultra Naté to name just a few.
In my Discogs-collection:
All I own, but currently re-building my collection.
What I am doing at Discogs.com:
- Making an overview of my own collection
- Learning more about my collection
- Adding a couple of records from my collection into Discogs
- Adding extra info from my collection into Discogs
- Trying to help others with the little bit of knowledge I have within the forums
Oggers nice trading with:
....more to follow....
(Electronic) Moderator from 21 August 2006 till 10 March 2008.
Voter from 10 March 2008 till...
These guys were the first to make a commercial jumpstyle hit in The Netherlands. And that happened in 2007. Just 13 years after jump became popular in Belgium. And that's my biggest problem with these guys. Just like when DJ Tiësto started his career ... See full review
There where Serious Beats 25 was released after Serious Beats 29, this second "Saga Of House" 4 CD was just one edition late. Released after number 51, Serious Beats 50 (The 2nd Saga Of House), again gives you the best dance music has offered during the ... See full review
What does it take to make a new hit? It seems that 4 tracks originally produced in 1993 and 1994 are the ingredients for a 2006 hit-release.
Take System D's Deviant Behaviour, Cyber Trance, Woops by DJ Bounthyhunter and another big hit in 1994 Zolex - ... See full review
When I first heard this record, I thought it was a DJ Rush production. Vocal samples on pumpin' beats, with non to less instrumentation.
I was surprised to find out it was a Lekebusch release. No continouisly repeating 4/4 deep-basses as I was used from ... See full review
Ben Liebrand makes his "Minimixes" since the beginning of the eighties. All minimixes were played on Radio Veronica, but they were never officially released. A lot of bootlegs and illegal tapes later, Ben Liebrand fans got the change to buy some of his ... See full review
LCD is "The World's First Digital Supergroup". In more simple words, a project by David K, represented by 4 digital men (Ted, Ed, Zed and Ned) who, like a kind of Super Mario, run around in the video of this track.
The track itself is a simple basic ... See full review
The style called "Euro House" had many variants. One of them was the so-called "Country House", which became popular in 1994 when a underground techno record "Swamp Thing" from the English band "The Grid" became a massive club- and mainstream hit.
One ... See full review
Gabber Piet made his excuses for this record as soon as the record was released. The sleeve says "This is a gimmick from me. Respect to all die-hard gabbers, Bass-D & King Matthew and ID&T. And don't worry, I'll stay always HARDCORE!!!".
This excuse ... See full review
There where most rockbands ask their own pianist to play the chords in their ballads, the Dutch band Di-Rect asked the classical pianist Wibi Soerjadi to write and play the key-parts on their single Blind For You. This surprising co-operation leads to an ... See full review
This CD gives you the best tracks from 1991 till 1999. N.E.W.S. and Antler-Subway, the two record companies releasing the Serious Beats CD's around 1999, came with this 25th edition after number 29. So they created an atmosphere in which a lot of Serious ... See full review