Drum & Bass Reliable Source of Vinyl

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  1. Sarow

    Sarow New Member

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    Hello, I recently registered and was wondering if there are any reliable shops where I could purchase DnB vinyl.

    Cheers,
     
  2. ms81

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    redeye records on the web.
     
  3. Disturbd

    Disturbd Winter is here!!!

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    Intense, surus, databeats, ws records, tripple vision, redeye as mentioned ^^
     
  4. ZUL

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    All the best online shops mentioned above, not a shop as such but eBay can be good sometimes.

    A couple of months ago I got a mint condition copy of Photeks Ni-Ten-Ichi-Ryu for £5 with the original artwork cover and inneer sleeve.
     
  5. Disturbd

    Disturbd Winter is here!!!

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    Oh and discogs :)
     
  6. SCAR

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    ...or you could go to the record labels own online shops and buy directly therefore cutting out the 'middle man' ;)
     
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    Disturbd Winter is here!!!

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    Total forgot about them mike :)

    Mybad
     
  8. Agent Smith

    Agent Smith Currently Putins Koala

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    Obviously online is the easiest way if you are buying new records...but
    ^ this. Certainly what i've done with a few new Dispatch releases.

    I personally still like the feel of record stores and if I get the opportunity to go to one I will. I get the opportunity to get down to Brighton a fair bit, and RK bass there is really an excellent example of a dnb record store. The lady who was in there last clearly knew her stuff and I find that helps more if I am looking for something in particular, rather than using the web.

    Discogs is the obvious for 2nd hand vinyl. I have found a few rare bargains on ebay over time, but its not my usual for finding something special.

    Happy hunting.
     
  9. JHSE23

    JHSE23 the yen

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    Will always try to for individual orders. But when getting a big batch you need different labels in one place to save postage.