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Happy Birthday Betty Davis!

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Forward to the past with 8-Track

We got our hands on an old stock of mostly still sealed 8-track cartridges. Some of them are even completely unknown to the internet – until now! Exclusive at recordsale. Take a look at this rare but lovely format, you’ll discover some treasures!

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back in the days...

More than 15 years ago, recordsale.de started in Berlin-Mitte...

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Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos is an international photography cooperative that was founded in Paris in 1947 by the photographers Robert Capa, David "Chim" Seymour, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger, William Vandivert, Rita Vandivert and Maria Eisner. The idea behind the agency was born out of the desire to gain control over the copyrights of their photographs. Today the cooperative has offices in New York, London, Tokyo and Paris. In this special collection you will find a selection of covers that were photographed and signed by Magnum photographers such as Elliott Erwitt, Martin Parr, Thomas Hoepker, Bruce Gilden and Bruno Barbey.

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Who Put Up The Bump

The rock music fanzine Who Put Up The Bump was created by the music historian Greg Shaw and his wife Suzy. The title of the magazine was inspired by Barry Mann's doo-wop hit from 1961. The first edition was published in 1970 and stood out for its unique writing style that differed greatly from the mainstream music magazines at the time. Later the title was shortened to Bomp! The last edition came out in 1979 and Greg transformed his passion into the music label Bomp! Records. Several copies of the magazine can be found here in this collection.

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Record Collector

The first issue of record collector was published in 1980. The magazine was founded by the editor Sean O'Mahony, publisher of the Beatle Book, who worked under the name Johnny Dean. The magazine established a unique identity by publishing articles from fans and collectors. Checkout our collection of 80s copies here!

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Nina Simone

In the early 1950s Eunice Kathleen Waymon choose the name Nina Simone to play the Devil’s music. Already as a young child she trained to become a classical pianist but this dream was shattered when she was denied entry to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, despite her outstanding talent. This experience later spurred her to later become an important part of the civil rights movement. To make ends meet, she started playing piano in a club in Atlantic City and was told to sing if she wanted to increase her in come. Soon she gained success as an artist and released her first album in 1957.

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We have reduced our shipping costs!

From now on we ship for only 3.90€ within Germany. No matter if you want to order one or one hundred records.
We have also extended our flatrate program for worldwide shipping. Within Europe, for example, you pay a maximum of 13.90€ per order. To Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium even only 7.90€. You can find a detailed list in the updated shipping overview.

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Chet Baker

Chet Baker was the son of a musician and already started playing the trumpet as a child. He left school as a teenager in 1946 and joined the US army, he was assigned to Berlin where he joined the 298th Army Band. In 1951 he was discharged and began to pursue his music career. Chet started making a name for himself as trumpeter in Gerry Mulligan’s piano-less Quartett which played at The Haig in Los Angeles. He often returned to Europe, was fluent in Italian and even starred in movies. Great talent often comes with a turbulent lifestyle which without a doubt resonates in Chet’s sound. Have a listen..

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Cover Art by Keith Haring

Keith Haring began to use the public space in New York City as his canvas in the late 1970s and soon gained international success as an artist for his distinct illustration technique. In 1986 Keith was invited to Berlin by the director of the Check Point Charlie Museum to paint a mural on a section of the border wall. Overnight a large part of Keith’s work had been painted grey, out of protest. Three years later the entire wall came down.
To celebrate Keith’s colourful work we’ve put together a collection of records that feature his art. Our highlight: "Life Is Something Special" by the N.Y.C Peech Boys designed and signed by the amazing Keith Haring himself!

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cabinet of rarities

Of course recordsale also offers absolute collector's items: Ultrarare originals from the 60s, classics of Krautrock from the 70s, sought-after obscurities from the 80s and alternative hits from the 90s can be found here.

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Hip Hop Collection

Hip Hop as a genre of music is instantly recognizable. Samples from soul and funk records, vinyl scratching and a special form of poetry known as rapping, are some of its key elements. This sound originated in the Bronx in the late 1970s and has had a worldwide influence. It is often said that the golden age of hip hop was in the nineties. Whatever decade you prefer - we have a wide variety of American and German hip-hop in this collection.

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Vinyl Bargains

Good music on vinyl doesn't mean it has to be expensive. A proof for this statement is our section "Vinyl Bargains".
Make your deal and dig the low priced records under 5€.

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Welcome to tape heaven!

THE medium of the 80's is back and we have increased our stock with classics, box sets and rare editions - largely still sealed. About time to dust off the old tape deck and go on a time travel.

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Meet the Team

The recordsale.de team introduces itself. As passionate vinyl collectors we let our favourite records speak for us.

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