I've been called CHAIRMANoftheBORED before, but closed the account by accident. I you have a question concerning my old submissions just drop me a line!

My Steckenpferd is Punk/Hardcore music, but I also like classic Country/Rockabilly, Surf, Garage, Psychedelic, 60s/70s Soul, Funk/Breaks and some Metal as well and sometimes the more laid back electronic stuff.

Music in english and german language is what I prefer to listen to as I understand both quite well.

I collect vinyl only. Usually the true and original very first retail pressing is what I need. Get lost with your with your overpriced bootlegs and cheap looking reissues that I would even prefer an mp3 to. I want a record the artist could have been given by his record company at the day of its release.

Links I use a lot:
Discogs credits list
Discogs submmission guidelines
North American telephone codes
Rights societies
Rights society ASCAP
Rights society BMI
Rights society GEMA
Runout groove etchings/stampers identification
Strike out fonts

Discographies:
45cat: Singles
Both Sides Now Publications: Label discography
The Breaks aka Sample FAQ: Hip Hop (Samples)
Collectable Records: Label scans
Collector Scum: Punk
Coverinfo: Cover versions
Dead Format: Hardcore
Flex! Discography: Punk/Hardcore
Kill From The Heart: Hardcore
Metal-Archives: Metal
Punky Gibbon: Punk
Record collectors of the world unite: Punk/Harcore
Rockin‘ Country Style: Rockabilly
Rocky-52: Country/Rockabilly
Soulful Kinda Music: Funk/Soul
Soundtrack Collector: Soundtracks
Stax Records: Soul
Ugly Things: 60s Garage
Wangdangdula: Rock 'n‘ Roll
Recent Activity
posted a comment on Cypress Hill - Latin Lingo. 4 months ago
This record has been bootlegged! There is a similar looking bootleg which lacks in sound quality.

I'd conservatively bet at least half of the records offered here are bootlegs. Better do not rely on shady sellers promises, always ask him for the ... See full review
posted a comment on Boysetsfire - In Chrysalis. 7 months ago
It's a shame that some of the best BSF releases have never been released on vinyl. Would be a hot record store day gem...
posted a review of Various - Hold Your Ground. 9 months ago
When browsing discogs I have just re-discovered this compilation and immediatly remembered how I got my hands on it: It was my story back in the '90s when I was ordering records from Lost & Found from time to time. Their bait for customers to crack a ... See full review
posted a comment on Diamond* & The Psychotic Neurotics - I'm Outta Here (Remix). 11 months ago
Don't pay too much loot for this record! It's not an unreleased test pressing only remix, like some dudes seem to want to make you believe. It indeed is the "My Name Is John Doe" you can as well find on the Diamond* And The Psychotic Neurotics - What You Heard / I'm Outta Here (My Name Is John Doe) 12". Just the remix instrumental ... See full review
posted a comment on Casual - I Didn't Mean To. about 1 year ago
The promo contains clean versions of "I Didn't Mean To"
submitted The X-Ecutioners Featuring M.O.P. - Let It Bang.... about 1 year ago
submitted D.J. Polo & Kool G. Rapp* - Rikers Island. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Buckshot LeFonque - Another Day. about 1 year ago
The "Another Day In The Hood Mix" is featuring 50 Styles: The Unknown Soldier b.k.a. Uptown (3) when he raps about his problems with Tommy Boy after releasing his infamous single "Dope On Plastic".

There is a great interview you can read at unkut.com where he tells the whole ... See full review
submitted Ski-King And His Life-Buoys - This Great Society. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A.. over 2 years ago
No, unfortunately I have not
posted a comment on Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded. over 2 years ago
What exactly is the idea behind a 5x7" set?
- It does not sound better
- You have to flip the vinyl after every song
- you can't cut/scratch/mix a 7" especially a 45rpm record properly
- it's expensive
submitted Jim Reeves - The Best Of Jim Reeves Sacred Songs. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Iggy And The Stooges* - Raw Power. over 3 years ago
The original KC US pressing comes in one of those old paste-on heavy cardboard sleeves that are brown/grey inside instead of white.
posted a comment on Neil Young - Dead Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). over 3 years ago
giammarj
1-46171-A-SR1 WMME Alsdorf 936 246171-1-A3


Seems to be the official german pressing. WEA records have been pressed at Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.
Can you please add the complete etchings to the german sub?
posted a comment on Merle Haggard And The Strangers - Okie From Muskogee. over 3 years ago
Does the single contain the studio version or the live version from "Okie From Muskogee" live album?
posted a comment on M.O.P. - Rugged Neva Smoove. over 3 years ago
The first pressing comes with yellow labels. The official reissue has black labels.
submitted Green Day - 39/Smooth. over 3 years ago
submitted The Reducers - The Reducers. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Blowfly - Electronic Banana. over 3 years ago
"Fuck The Devil" is the same story as on Blowfly - Rapp Dirty / Blowfly's Rapp but using the melody of Planet Patrol - Play At Your Own Risk instead.
posted a comment on Stieber Twins - Fenster Zum Hof. over 3 years ago
These "PBB Get's Physical" mix seems to feature the following tracks:
- Big Daddy Kane Ft. Biz Markie - Just Rhymin' With Biz
- Boogie Down Productions - Duck Down
- Big L - Devil's Son
- Uptown - Dope On Plastic
- Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Bad To The Bone
submitted La Dispute - Rooms Of The House. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Omniscence - Touch Y'all. over 3 years ago
This record has been bootlegged many years ago. The original pressing will have the sticker cover and an SRC stamp in the runout grooves if I'm correct.
posted a comment on J.V.C. F.O.R.C.E. - Strong Island (Blue Mix). over 3 years ago
The blue mix is nice... but I prefer the '89 mix by Future Rock of L.S.D. (4), which can only be found on a Rhythm Attack Productions release called Various - New School as far as I know. Check it out!
posted a comment on Brand Nubian - All For One. over 3 years ago
Exactly! Funny enough a radio version is the gem here...
posted a comment on The Geto Boys* - The Geto Boys. over 3 years ago
The original version contains samples from the well known Steve Miller Band track called "The Joker" and the chorus "call me the gangster of love" is a vocal sample from that track.

The reissue contains a sample from Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" and the ... See full review
posted a comment on Royal Flush - Ghetto Millionaire. over 3 years ago
Some artist did not get credited on this release although they have performed. Why did his own guys the Wastelandz not get any songwriter credits and just crew feature credits?

A5 Rap by Prince Kaysaan: He just did two lines and probably the chorus.
B1 ... See full review
posted a comment on Shyheim A.K.A. The Rugged Child - Shyheim A.K.A. The Rugged Child. over 3 years ago
"Move it over here" seems to be an uncredited Lord Finesse Production. At BMI he gets credit for it and if you check out the snare and the tambourine sounds...
posted a comment on Organized Konfusion - Who Stole My Last Piece Of Chicken?. over 3 years ago
In early 2000 many reissues of the 12"es from the first LP have appeared. Check your 12": It's an original pressing if it has the SRC stamp pressed in the runout grooves and has been distributed by Elektra Entertainment.
posted a comment on Organized Konfusion - Walk Into The Sun. over 3 years ago
The original pressing has been distributed by Elektra Entertainment, the reissue shows no distribution info at all!
posted a comment on Minor Threat - Minor Threat. over 3 years ago
As Dischord No.15 still has been pressed in the USA (with Masterdisk stamps and Canada jacket) I wonder if there was a US manufactured copy of this record as well. Has somebody heard about it?
posted a comment on Das EFX - Dead Serious. over 3 years ago
The german pressing has been repressed on thicker vinyl in the late 90s/early2000
posted a comment on The Promise Ring - Nothing Feels Good. over 3 years ago
Is it possible to distinguish the first pressings from the later pressings visually, probably by the matrix inscriptions or something else?
posted a comment on Margo's Kool Out Crew. over 3 years ago
Listening to the lyrics the MC's names sound like Tricky Tee (aka Troy Rainey), Mr. Ace, Darryl O, Mr. C. (Sounds like Mr. C if you ask me, although Mr. B aka Bernard Thomas gets credits), Ski G. Am I correct? Does somebody know anything about their real ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Schützt Die Rille. over 4 years ago
Attention when buying: I have seen many sleeves with a punch hole.
submitted Kim Fowley - The Trip. over 4 years ago
submitted Scott Morgan - Take A Look / Soul Mover. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Wot No Noise?. over 4 years ago
"Ird Schid Schon" b.k.a. "Religion"
posted a comment on The International Submarine Band - Safe At Home. over 4 years ago
Be careful, don't get tricked here: The white label "DJ copy" is a bootleg!

The original promo has the same multi-colored center labels as the retail version. The Difference is that the promo has "promotion copy - not for sale" printed beyond the side ... See full review
submitted Buck Owens - It Don't Show On Me. over 4 years ago
submitted Buck Owens - The House Down The Block. over 4 years ago
posted a review of Mike Ness - Under The Influences. over 4 years ago
Well, I'm not into cover songs that much, but I guess it depends on how it's been done and maybe what has been the artist's intention. in my opinion there are artists who just cover music to cash in with a previous hit and there are artists who's ... See full review
posted a comment on Metallica - Ride The Lightning. over 4 years ago
What is strange about my pressing (see scans) is that the label info and the manufacturer info have been printed on a black box. I have seen things like that before (e.g. Bad Religion "Suffer" LP) and it usually meant that there was a previous design and ... See full review
posted a comment on Hüsker Dü - Metal Circus. over 4 years ago
Don't know anything about a poster, but if your copy is a 12" without a barcode and does NOT! have the S-22061/2 etchings, it should be a first pressing.
submitted Ramones - Rocket To Russia. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Ramones - Rocket To Russia. over 4 years ago
There are a few records that seem to have been pressed before the record that is usually considered as the first pressing (Ramones - Rocket To Russia). Concerning Sire Records' marketing and manufacturing ABC Records has been replaced by Warner Records in 1977. But ... See full review
posted a comment on Saukrates - The Underground Tapes. over 4 years ago
If you're looking for "Ultimate Rush" by Heltah Skeltah & Saukrates on vinyl check out DJ Adam 12 - Presents World Wide Originals
posted a comment on Bruce Springsteen - Born In The U.S.A.. over 4 years ago
In the last years I came across 2 different hype stickers attached to the shrink of the original QC 38653 US version:
- White rectangular sticker mentioning "Dancing In The Dark" plus "I'm On Fire", "Cover Me", "No Surrender" and "I'm Going Down"
- Black ... See full review
posted a comment on Bruce Springsteen - The River. over 4 years ago
In the last years I came across 3 different hype stickers attachted to the shrink of the original PC2 36854 US version:
- Blue rectangular sticker mentioning "Hungry Heart", "Cadillac Ranch" and "Fade Away"
- Blue round sticker mentioning "Hungry ... See full review
posted a comment on Rollins Band - Weight. over 4 years ago
The structure of the song "Liar" always kinda reminds me of "Moulty" by The Barbarians. Would like to know, if it was an inspiration for Henry.
posted a comment on NOFX - NOFX. over 4 years ago
The sleeve design might have been influenced by Citizens Arrest - Citizens Arrest