I was a vinyl junkie for about 12 years... but in 2007 I started again with CDJs and all new music, so my entire collection of about 1500 records will be coming up for sale. It includes classic late 80s/early 90s house, early-mid 90s hardtrance, techno and oldskool breakbeat hardcore/rave, late 90s gabba and happy hardcore, 2000-2001 hardhouse/hardtrance, 2002-2006 nuskool breaks, chillout/downtempo from many years, and more besides. My aim is to describe their condition honestly and set their price keenly as I want them to go to someone who will appreciate them as I have.

If you're interested to know what kind of music I play nowadays, check out http://quextal.com :)
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posted a review of Underworld - Born Slippy. over 7 years ago
You know NUXX. Everyone knows NUXX, thanks to Trainspotting. After that, NUXX became just "Born Slippy" in most people's minds. But it isn't. "Born Slippy" is the A-side of this release, and if it has anything at all whatsoever in common with its more ... See full review
posted a review of The Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea 2001. over 7 years ago
"Papua New Guinea" is one of those very rare tracks that almost everyone of a certain age and temperament regards as sacred. When a tune is so beloved by so many people, who would dare to risk remixing it? Because you had better do a bloody good ... See full review
posted a review of Sun Electric - Kitchen. over 7 years ago
Hm. My copy (owned from new) has no numbered sticker. It's definitely RS 933 LPX (says so on the spine, and came with the extra 12"), and I'm damn sure I wouldn't have peeled off a sticker like that, so I guess it somehow missed out on getting a sticker ... See full review
posted a review of Fluke - Risotto. over 8 years ago
Fluke were initially part of my "Holy Trinity" of progressive house acts in the early 90s, along with Leftfield and Underworld. Everyone's heard of the other two, so why are Fluke so criminally under-recognised? Like the others, they went out from their ... See full review
posted a review of Fluke - Squirt. over 9 years ago
I give this release 5/5 on the strength of The Europicolamix alone. For this version, Fluke joined forces with Forbes & May, better known (but not credited on the sleeve) as Spooky. Realistically I don't detect much of Fluke or the original version of ... See full review