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  1. dj_annihilate

    dj_annihilate New Member

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    where is the best place to get heavy jump up on vinyl
     
  2. Nutek

    Nutek movement junglist

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    bm soho, chemical records, intense records.. theres loads :lol:
     
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    sound mate i bin using chemical for like 3 years just cnt find anything rele heavy on there any more
     
  4. Tera

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    Er mate, if you can't find anything on Chemical then you wont find anything anywhere else.

    Chemical, along with Redeye, are the largest D&B shops in the world.They stock every single D&B tune that is currently in press.

    It's justa bit dry at the moment but there is TONS of new Jump Up bits coming before Christmas.

    Check out www.nu-urbanmusic.co.uk for new Jump Up bits...
     
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    Summer's always a difficult time for buying tunes

    Cos everyone's on their holidays it's hard to sell much vinyl so labels tend to hold off a bit.
     
  6. DJHaze

    DJHaze I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    big upz tempest!