The first electronic dance record I can remember is Pop Corn (Version Originale) by Hot Butter. I must have been 6 years old, but I still remember I could not get enough of it. Later, my father (who worked in the music industry at that time) brought home records of Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze, YMO and Jean-Michel Jarre. Then came Electric Boogie, Italo and Hi-NRG which was played in abundance on Radio Stad Den Haag, a local pirate radiostation. The first house-record I heard was 'Jack Your Body'.
I'm into any kind of electronic dance music, especially italo, disco, chicago house and electro.

If you're looking for stuff visit my shop.

I don't mind if you offer me records that are in my want-list BUT NAME A FRIGGING PRICE or I will IGNORE YOUR EMAIL.
None of my mp3's are for sale and I will not burn records for anyone.

A picture of my record collection:

Recent Activity
posted a review of Various - D-J Dare. over 11 years ago
Don't be put off by the name "Take That". This track is far off the other (commercial) tracks they put out. It had been one of my favourite tracks for years, when I found out who it was. I wonder if I ever had taken the trouble even listening to it when ... See full review
posted a review of Diana Est - Tenax. over 12 years ago
Electra (2) did a cover in English called "Are You Automatic". They just used the music, they did not translate the Italian lyrics of the original.
posted a review of Shitcluster - Beyond A Joke. over 12 years ago
Track A1 samples a voice singing "Only The Strong Survive" by Elvis, played backwards, which sounds like "Evil's in the soul" while a downshifted voice keeps insisting that "Evil Lurks in Den Haag, even at a party". Don't play this when home alone.
posted a review of Tone Loc - I Got It Goin' On. over 13 years ago
The real gem is "The Fine Line Between Hyper And Stupid", which is an up-tempo electro track with great vocoded voices.
posted a review of The Warlord - The Ultimate Warlord. over 14 years ago
This was covered by The Immortals in 1988. This one sounds like it's recorded in a phone booth and pressed on cardboard.
posted a review of Oliver Cheatham - Get Down Saturday Night (Extended Version). over 14 years ago
The 1993 summerhit "Barrio Debajo - Gotta Let Yourself Go"
is heavily based on "Get Down On Saturday Night".
posted a review of J.M. Silk Featuring Steve "Silk" Hurley - Jack Your Body. over 14 years ago
Heavily based on samples from First Choice's "Let No Man Put Us Under".
posted a review of Plaza - Yo-Yo (Ten Years Ago). over 14 years ago
Especially the Dutch version is very funny: "Er is een kroeg, hier ver vandaan, mensen komen, en mensen gaan. Want het is er nooit gedaan. Nog lang niet. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Yo! Yo! Yo!"
posted a review of Dr. Baker - Kaos (Remixes). over 14 years ago
Great record. Still a floor filler. Have been looking for it for years, found it for almost nothing in a pawn-shop.