8 thoughts on “ Whats Up - Various - The Mixes 141 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Label: What's Up Records - WU DLP,PIAS France - • Series: What's Up Mix-It: Mo' DJ's Under A Groove - 1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Electronic • Style: Trip Hop, Acid Jazz, Downtempo, Drum n Bass, Deep House/5(32).
  2. Double LP with rare and/or unreleased material. Companion to the eponymous faux-educational kids’ video by Clay Tarver and hosted by tv presenter Bill Boggs ('unearthed' again early ). Previosly released tracks: C3, C5, D5 and D6, forthcoming track: B/5(22).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of What's Up! Vol. 1 on Discogs.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nice & Ruff Volume 2 on Discogs.
  5. What Records has been a major UK record retailer since Find the record, CD or DVD you've been looking for at an affordable price in our huge collection.
  6. lashingI buy vinyl thats analog source or processed by a complete pro only. Which means 99% of reissues are disqualified Not sure why. There's lots of reissues that are true to their original source. Analogue Productions just to name one. As for new music, a band can record and album and easily make a separate mix for vinyl.
  7. Apr 12,  · There are numerous websites that allow record collectors to look up catalog numbers and verify the provenance of an album. Most of these databases are available for free. By simply typing in the catalog number on your vinyl LP, 45 or 78 rpm record, you can verify if it is an authentic original release or re-release, counterfeit or bootleg.
  8. Dec 04,  · gram vinyl has been the subject of much debate among record nerds. Are thicker and heavier records actually “better” and if so, why? While some misconceptions exist, there’s nothing really noteworthy about heavyweight vinyl. That doesn’t mean there are no benefits to be gained from g, or even g vinyl LP’s.

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