Once upon a time ... and then there was no little Ogger...
...was my conviction when v4 shook the community that Discogs was built on. Although today I found my peace with v4+ (my conviction-statement is here for historical reasons only), 'Complete + Correct' is still my only vice.

I'm only here (on Discogs)
because there's a little librarian in me, that never really got out.

On submitting a release(-change):
Building my knowledge merely on submission-reaction from other Oggers, and what I can find (and sometimes know), my experience is that elaborate submission-notes & secure images are the primary key to identifying a release (besides love for all of course ;)

I'm a listener, not a seller: http://www.last.fm/user/sneeuwitje
Recent Activity
posted a review of Microgroove - The Human Groove. over 7 years ago
This is absolutely a very likeable recording; probably the best an English band will ever do to approach funk as it can be hip.

With this group only releasing one album, and the odd instrumentation --no Bass (!!!), but Tuba (sometimes electrified), and ... See full review
posted a review of Jimi Hendrix - Mr. Pitiful. over 8 years ago
A curiosity indeed ... Playing this LP might make you wonder if your needle suddenly went bad ... well it didn't ... it's just that bad a recording; probably one of the worst ever to reach vinyl. Besides the technical poverty of this release, it's not a ... See full review
posted a review of Gruppo Sportivo - Hey Girl. over 9 years ago
"Hey Girl" was one of Gruppo Sportivo's highest-ever hitting singles taken from the album Gruppo Sportivo - Back To 78. Although the album contains many songs artistically superior, "Hey Girl" had hit-potential; probably mainly due to the lyrics relating so well to male ... See full review
posted a review of Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Penguin Cafe Orchestra. over 10 years ago
A substantial amount of the tracks on this album was used in the soundtrack of the Australian movie 'Malcolm' [Nadia Tass, 1986].
The almost naively exploring character of the compositions highly sustain the atmosphere of the movie; one of the best ... See full review
posted a review of AC/DC - Whole Lotta Rosie. over 11 years ago
Although technically not very spectacular, and hardly perfect, "Whole Lotta Rosie" by "AC/DC" is probably the most utterly Hard Rock song ever performed.
Of course for the guitar-riff in the first 4 bars that everyone immediately recognizes, but ... See full review