Afrobeat lovers, Afrofunk diggers, Highlife seekers and Afro Disco Boogie dancers, we have a whole collection with rarities and classics waiting for a new home. You'll find a lot of original pressings from Nigeria, the Ivory Coast and even Benin. Get started with Fela Kuti or William Onyeabor but don't forget to check out the more underground and clearly underrated artists and records in the batch.
King's label boss Syd Nathan nearly did a huge mistake on the 4th of february 1956: When producer Ralph Bass presented James Brwon and The New Flames' 'Please Please Please', Nathan reacted very harsh. But Bass recorded 3 more tunes and got fired… The single made it up to #6 in the charts – and Bass got his job back. If you are seeking for the great singles of the godfather of soul like 'Cold Sweat', 'Say It Loud', 'Popcorn' or 'Sex Machine', than this is your search may come to an end here.
You may remember our great deal from Pennsylvania, where we suceeded to find around 600.000 45s. In the meanwhile we started to list them. A lot of them are not available on Discogs, therefore you can check them exclusively on our website. It's surely worthwhile to have a look and we can only recommend to pass by regulary as you will find all new arrivals on the top of the listing. Enjoy your hunt!
Such a colorful view! Those original vintage record albums are an absolute eye-catcher when you plan on transporting your favorite vinyl records with style!
Good music on vinyl doesn't mean it has to be expensive. A proof for this statement is our new section "Vinyl Bargains"
Make your Deal and dig the low priced records under 5€. Every month 4000 new records. TIP: use the left and right arrow keys to switch the pages
Some people think that vinyl records are no eyecatchers. Those people probably haven't seen our vast collection of Picture Discs yet! They possibly don't deliver the ultimate listening pleasure than their all black brothers, but they look really great, even when rotating with 33 or 45 rpm. Here you will find Picture Disc classics from AC/DC to ZZ Top as well as obscure Shape-Discs. Click yourself through this colourful wonderland!
We got some of that good Roots Reggae stuff. Take a look, take a listen and dance your troubles away.