Breez said:Almond said:When does collecting become hoarding? Does this topic warrant its own thread?
I would say when your collecting starts taking over your living quarters.
Almond said:When does collecting become hoarding? Does this topic warrant its own thread?
Vintage Stereo Gear
Books: Early 20th century fiction
Want to accrue more of these: vintage effects pedals, styli, and obscure paintings
Onitsha Market Literature (pamphlets and anything related)
West African photography (prints, books, photo albums)
Other kinds of art (mostly American folk art, some crazy tramp stuff, but have some $$ things as well)
Psyche/rock/prog/folk 'whiteboy guitar band music' from the '60s & '70s
Soul & Funk LPs & 45s from the same period
a small amount of disco/boogie singles
Jazz, Bluenote/funky stuff/fusion, Euro, British
OSTs/Libraries when I can find them
Reggae/dub LPs, 45s and 10"s
Afrobeat/Afrofunk stuff that's so-hot-right-now
Hip-Hop, mainly the sample dominated early '90s sound, not so much of the '80s, very little post '97
Oldskool Jungle from the '93-'96 era that was dominated by groundbreaking drum programming, filters and sub-bass that sounds like Rolf Harris weilding a 60 foot wobble-board
MoWax & NinjaTunes 'Trip-Hop' from the mid-to-late nineties
British electronica from the '90s like Future Sound Of London, Aphex Twin, Orb, Orbital, Squarepusher, Vibert
Deep house of the Detroit/Dixon/Carl Craig/Parrish variety
Dubstep that sounds like the things I like about Jungle, or Reggae, or Deep House, or Hip-Hop, or Electronica
and t-shirts, books, comics.
ost- rock and east euro heatery
reel to reel players and tapes.
60s and 70s pulp
lego mini figs
deep soul 45s
45s on HI, people & curtom
mixtapes on cassette
records from austria & germany
when overflow records are stored/shelved in the kitchen a group intervention is in order.
hip hop magazines
anything fat albert
hip hop books
comic books(i have EVERY issue of daredevil)
old dj mixers
should i keep going???...............