Here we offer you an incredibly extensive collection of rock records from the 1960s until today. Here you can find everything from Rolling Stones to Sigur Rós. As a special feature there are relatively many Picture Discs and the almost complete discography of Frank Zappa. Also some Jazz, Folk and Metal.
The legendary Detroit label Motown, also known under its founding name Tamla Records, is a must if you are looking for soul, funk and R&B records. It shaped the sound of a whole decade, which is why it is often referred to as the Motown Sound. Through Motown artists like Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and Diana Ross became famous.
With us you will find a huge selection, from the albums that everyone should have on the shelf to obscure rarities and numerous different editions for those who need their own room just for their Elvis collection. Click your way through our wide range. There's certainly something there that isn't yet in your record cabinet.
Just in time for the summer we were able to acquire a great Reggae collection from a collector in Berlin.
From Bob Marley to Linton Kwesi Johnson to many smaller Jamaican formations, the genre fan will feel at home on the following pages.
In addition to our records, we also offer you a large selection of used and new books on the subjects of music and vinyl culture.
Biographies, reference books, illustrated books, magazines - here you will find everything you need to extend your music knowledge.
We were recently able to buy the deepest collection of Rock'n'Roll singles in the history of recordsale. The collection is so diverse it includes top finds from within Rockabilly, Country Bop, Hillbilly, Teen Ballads, Rhythm'n'Blues etc.
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.