"800 GB@ 275,000 songs. No CDs everything was converted."
How do you have that backed-up?
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Close to 2000 records and 45s ranging from bluenotes, japanese pressed stuff, funk, soul, classic hiphop, downtempo, house, dancehall, popular, spoken word, comedy, etc. Thanks to serato now I have close to 350g on my external. All backed up of course. Cd collection is pretty large too. Roughly 15 record crates of cds. Oh and tapes as in cassette tapes....haha. ALOT. I use to collect and trade scratch/hiphop mixtapes throughout the 90s. Plus my 80s punk collection is mostly on tape as this was a time before cds. Addiction. But I've been a dj for like 16 years so if you take that into account, the collection isn't as big as most in similar circumstances.
You're doing record store day at Exclusive? Very cool. I always wanted to do that but everything i'd do would be original breaks and the artist that sampled that. Thats fun to me. Yup, Dieselboy tomorrow but my band plays before that show at Highland Howies. Then I have to hustle down to the venue to play before Dieselboy. Probably going to play **** like Nosaj Thing, GLK, Harmonic 313, A.R.E. Weapons, Prefuse, Omega Watts, The breeders, Bonobo, Glitch Mob, Gangstarr, and Etc. I dunno. I been so busy getting the 16v ready that I haven't even paid much attention to music.
Not big enough....try to find Burzum-Filosofem...or shostakovich ballet suite no 4.....or Fervid-how..
Yes, it's a large collection of music....but to many omissions...i'l stick to my own collection..
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