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dizzybull said:Cheesy breaks. It was only seven bucks and on a lot of discogs lists, but it still just seemed like a record you pull out to say “hay check this out” but never listen to because your enjoy it. That’s just me.Anyways, I was on the fence about both of these and eventually passed. Curious to know what other people pass on. Could be it’s own thread....
Yea, i finally decided it was time to stop obsessively collecting "breaks" and steel bands/so so easy listening were some of the first to go. I realized I easily had a hundred record that weren't even one trackers...they were worse, 30 seconds of one track lol. Ripped them to MP3 and made some decent money selling them on ebay to new heads just discovering breaks. Sold those and a lot of 1 and 2 trackers and it was very freeing. Now I'm rediscovering my own collection listening to stuff I've owned for years and barely listened to realizing I should have been listening to it the whole time!
But I dam sure ain't giving up my minty copy of Kelis vs Lawrence Welk!
I would assume everyone is up on this but if not get on Twitch and check out the music section. Been a great getaway during covid. Lots of great DJs doing regular weekly sets like Louie Vega, Questlove, Craze, Shortcut, Maseo (always high AF!) and so many more. Some great Latin and EDM dj's and a good way to check out DJs you haven't heard of or musical styles you don't know much about/want to see what's new.and Timbalands beat school where he critiques beats sent in by viewers is comedyObviously tons of bedroom dorks just turning the music down every 3 sec (I HATE THAT DJ STYLE!) to beg chat for money but you can weed them out lol. Also a lot of people playing live music either covers or originals. The few of those I've checked have been pretty bad.