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Make your own mind up.. Ed  

It didn’t take long...at first I thought I was in church then a cat jumped up onto the synthesiser. Maybe his mum bought the thing? Maybe the artist bought it to provoke discussion and boost sales?

I lasted about 30 seconds and thought "NO", I honestly don't understand why they pressed 1 let alone 20.

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14 hours ago, Tomangoes said:

Make your own mind up..

Ed

 

It didn’t take long...at first I thought I was in church then a cat jumped up onto the synthesiser. Maybe his mum bought the thing? Maybe the artist bought it to provoke discussion and boost sales?

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1 hour ago, Frankie Crocker said:

It didn’t take long...at first I thought I was in church then a cat jumped up onto the synthesiser. Maybe his mum bought the thing? Maybe the artist bought it to provoke discussion and boost sales?

I lasted about 30 seconds and thought "NO", I honestly don't understand why they pressed 1 let alone 20.

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25 minutes ago, Woodbutcher said:

Different track/artist completely ... :lol:

Yeah, I've seen that record in Brighton for about £20

 

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2 hours ago, Woodbutcher said:

Different track/artist completely ... :lol:

Just took it from this:

 

A virtually unknown track by a virtually unknown British electronic producer has sold for over $41,000 (£29,800) on the music marketplace Discogs, making it the site’s most expensive record ever, and one of the most expensive records ever sold anywhere.

Choose Your Weapon by Scaramanga Silk – who hails from London, and has seven listeners a month on Spotify – was self-released in 2008, and there were only 20 copies made of the edition that drew the high price. It was released as a promotional vinyl edition with an accompanying poem, art print and CD.

 

Quite a few tracks on the tube by the artist, but not thee track. Hope somebody has one of the other 19 demos...and can post a clip.

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