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posted a comment that has since been deleted. 6 months ago
posted a comment on Magnetic Touch - Falling In Love With A Dream. 6 months ago
NOT QUADRAPHONIC...I own the Original Vinyl press.
Look on label in pics....Clearly says STEREO.
Not the greatest recording either but more than adequate sound quality
for that time period.
An insanely good Greg Carmichael & Patrick Adams work of art. ... See full review
posted a comment on Shiva (17) - :20 Minute Workout™ (The Original Music). about 1 year ago
NO...just music.
I re-edited 3 trax on my blog...
www.theoriginalcolourzone.blogspot.com
peace and out
posted a comment on John Luongo - Can You Feel The Force? • The John Luongo Disco Mixes. about 1 year ago
YO Scottish Blokes...PLEASE MAKE ONE FOR "TEE SCOTT".
posted a comment on John Luongo - Can You Feel The Force? • The John Luongo Disco Mixes. about 1 year ago
Damn...Finally heard it... WOW...This is the one...Bramblejelly is right !
We want more of this...
How about a SAVARESE pack, WALTER GIBBONS and LARRY LEVAN all done in this SUPERB QUALITY ?
What say you record companies ???
posted a comment on Joe Lewis - Blue E.P.. over 2 years ago
Just saw this...
Damned record labels are the problem for not having readily available the trax that DJ's want and "NEED" in order to stay Fresh and ahead of the curve. I still think the boot sounds better than the legit reissue.
posted a comment on Pam Todd & Love Exchange - Let's Get Together. over 2 years ago
Greg carmichael, Patrick Adams...Need I say more... And one of the rarest LP's in their collabos.
posted a comment on Klique - Let's Wear It Out!. over 2 years ago
They put them on as approximations so DJ's would know how much time apprx. they had to go take a piss !!!
posted a comment on The Ring (7) - The Ring. over 2 years ago
NO IT ISN'T !!!!
WASSSAAAAAAAAPPPPPP Brother !!!!!!
posted a comment on Bill Brandon, Lorraine Johnson - We Fell In Love While Dancing / The More I Get, The More I Want. over 4 years ago
Euro Trash Bootleg...The original was never released in coloured vinyl.
Who knows what they used to print these...perhaps crappy MP3's???