Drum & Bass Reliable Source of Vinyl

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.
 

Agent Smith

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Obviously online is the easiest way if you are buying new records...but
...or you could go to the record labels own online shops and buy directly therefore cutting out the 'middle man' ;)
^ 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.
 

JHSE23

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...or you could go to the record labels own online shops and buy directly therefore cutting out the 'middle man' ;)
Will always try to for individual orders. But when getting a big batch you need different labels in one place to save postage.
 
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