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  • Why does Spotify combine singles like this?
    Yeah but those would be official releases? Like if you went to, you would be able to find those, along with release date, tracklist etc. I don't think thats the case for the example I'm making here. Source: 7 months ago
  • [TOMT][2000s] Eltro - Looking for a place to Stream or Legally Download MP3s of This Long Lost Treasure
    They only have 2 songs on Spotify, and my friend helped me find a website where I can buy used copies of their CDs from other users, but I don't know that site well (, so I am hesitant. Source: 8 months ago
  • Help me reconcile this!
    I hear what you are saying about up-sampling and you are probably right to be suspicious. a great resource for checking this type of thing is Source: 8 months ago
  • SimpleStripper 3: Online Jukebox Title Strip Creator (Open Source)
    This is a free generator for Jukebox title strips, with functionality to import track & artist information from Manually fill in the form, or copy/paste the URL from discogs, select any style options you like, then hit the button to generate. Source: 9 months ago
  • Help me get a copy of a Louis Armstrong song?
    My father had an amazing record collection, it was all Jazz. I remember he had a Louis Armstrong song called "Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die." I've searched and searched for this song and I see other versions (on for example) but never Louis'. Source: 11 months ago
  • Felt like sharing this gem with y'all.
    Both self-titled and regional at best were sold locally at shows, and they were sealed. If you check, you can see that legit, sealed copies were sold. They are just hard to find because a lot of people opened their copies to listen to the songs. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Where do you get your albums? can help you identify bootlegs. I'm going to use Graduation as the example: look at all the different pressings, check out how many say "Unofficial" - that means bootlegs. Bootlegs may be of lesser sound quality than you'd hope for, best to check the reviews (if any) under each - for example click on the first one and if you scroll down there's a review:. Source: about 1 year ago
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    You can try to buy online at You can check seller's feedback. I have very good luck there. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Can anyone help me dating this copy of Yesterday and Today?
    Judging by the label I'd say mid 1970s but yes, you must enter the dead wax number in the inner groove to to get a more precise year. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Trying to find the kind of DnB I like
    If you dig those two tracks, look at labels those artists have released on and start there ( or just use . Labels tend to cultivate a 'sound'. Shout is on Blackout, which releases a lot of Neurofunk, and Objection VIP is on Overview, which does a lot of Deep/Minimal/Intricate stuff. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Harvey milk - special wishes
    Keep an eye on Discogs. I'm sure you can find digital somewhere. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Faster way to add album art?
    I'm currently organizing all of my digital music in apple music and getting all the remaining album art I need mostly from Is there a faster way to go about this rather than manually adding it to each album? I've already used the "get album artwork" function for most stuff, and it either didn't work for the obscure music or just messed up the art. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Curious, How Many Tapes Have You Come Across That's Sealed?
    Many: at least one or two a week - have 40 or so commons so far. Latest find was a Neverending Story III in a clamshell. Hoarding them in case there ever is a videography site, ala Want to save intact examples for their hype stickers, security watermarks and such images. Added bonus nostalgia from seeing defunct stores price stickers from Kmart or Camelot Music. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Question - I’m Currently Clearing Out Vinyl and CDs. Would Anyone Buy These?
    To find out if some of these albums are worth anything, I would recommend checking out how much they go for on eBay, and check out the website to see how much in demand these are and for what prices they tend to sell. Some albums are so rare that they go for tens sometimes hundreds of dollars, and some albums are so common that they go for only a few and you have the chance to make someone really happy. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Aphex Twin's Discography on Soundcloud
    Or you could use it's only the best online community database for music releases. Source: about 1 year ago
  • What should I do?
    Just buy a used copy on They sell for less than $10 and use the cover from one of those. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Why does my “With The Beatles” album say “Meet The Beatles” and why does it have different songs on it?
    Best place to start checking for exact release, and valuation is Source: about 1 year ago
  • Unfindable Acetate?!; Bill Nelson Trio and Quartet (Smort Low-Fi Records) Any advice/info appreciated!
    I have checked,,, wiki, and google. Source: about 1 year ago
  • 1979
    (I only knew of a couple of Judds songs, so I used and to find the right songs to pair together.). Source: about 1 year ago
  • Help identifying abbey road print?
    Are you familiar with They have data on nearly every release of most albums. Source: about 1 year ago
  • [TOMT] [Movie/Documentary?] [?-2002] Looking for "Red Planet" based on lyrics
    Lyrics comes from hard trance song Avatar - Red Planet (Reverb's Mix). Sadly no informations about this song on or Source: about 1 year ago

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Powered by Discogs, Vinyl Hub is the most exhaustive record shop database out there, with 5,491 crowd-sourced entries at time of writing. Explore the map or search by location, where you’ll find listing for each shop, with a short description and photos if you’re lucky. The community also regularly updates listings with closures, which is particularly useful when heading into the sticks. Also check the...

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