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Throwing up the last of my record collection because I figure it would be better for someone to have them that appreciates them rather than them just sitting in my storage unit.

 

AFX: Analogue Bubblebath 3.1, Powerpill: Pac-Man, Universal Indicator Red

AE: Oversteps, Peel Session 2, Gantz Graf

Bit Meddler: Shitmix 2000

Black Moth Super Rainbow: Drippers 10"

BoC: The Geogaddi promo in the turquoise sleeve w/ a turquoise hexagon label

Bola: Fyuti, Mauver

Boom Bip: Seed to Sun, Mannequin Hand Trapdoor I Reminder single

Brothomstates: Rktic single, Claro

Hrvatski: Swarm & Dither, Attention: Cats (KFW under many different names, one of his earliest records)

LFO: LFO 7" single

Luke VIbert: Homewerk

Plaid: Rest Proof Clockwork, P-Brane EP

PP Roy: 7Up

Req: Sketches

Squarepusher: Conumber EP, Vic Acid, The single sided Do You Know Squarepusher release (WAP155), Welcome to Europe single

Universal Indicator: Red, Yellow, and Blue

Venetian Snares: Doll Doll Doll, Songs About My Cats, and the Snares Man! Breakbeat Malaria 7" second pressing

Wevie Stonder: Stoat

Various Artists: All Tomorrow Parties 1.0 (Autechre: All Tomorrows Linoleum), Planet-Mu Crimials '02, Lexoleum One and Two, Warp20 Box Set

Planet-Mu 7" series: Hrvatski, Nautilis, Electronic Music Composer, Weaver001, Local, Ambulance

 

 

 

I also have a bunch of Pink Floyd, Queen, ACDC, and other classic rock that used to belong to my parents if you're into that kind of stuff.

 

I'm in the US, will ship anywhere, but buyer pays shipping, PM me or reply here for more info/offers. I'll gladly give descriptions/pictures of all records and sleeves upon request.

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Just curious, how much do you want for:

BoC

Drippers

Warp 20

 

And I'll most definitely take the AB 3.1 (as long as you aren't asking for crazy eBay BIN style prices or it's not already spoken for). I used to have that one on cd a long time ago, but it's disappeard into the anals for too long.

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