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Modularman

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About Modularman

  • Birthday 10/08/1976

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Northern Soul, 60s Club Classics, Boogaloo, Ska, Latin & R n B.

    Modernism begins at home.....
  • Location
    Wrexham

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  1. Great tune, was going to buy the shaped picture disc but could justify the £15 postage, same with Colemine releases. Shame really but I guess we've got the private postal companies for lobbying the US government for that
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  2. It was also played regularly at the 'Blow Up' Mod club in the 90s and was put out on one of their compilation records
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  3. Anybody tried this stuff? The second link is from a US store and shows what looks like. Pro-jekt putty Vinyl cleaning sponge
  4. My better half is a photographer so I can appreciate the price of lenses (extortionate) but 4.5k for a stick to remove a fish from its natural habitat to dry land is insane!! PS: she has also recentley dropped her 'camera' for her mobile phone to take pictures and they are fantastic none the less, she takes mainly macro images.
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  5. I thought the Eastern Europeans were cheap to employ??! Seriously, if we think vinyl prices are crazy at the moment then 4.5k for a fish removal stick is bloody crazy!
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  6. Bootleg of a bootleg or legal reissue of a bootleg?? Unf*ckingbelievable!!!
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  7. From everything I have read/tried they are on for good I'm afraid. I did read someone suggesting sliding a razor blade or scalpel underneath but it's hit and miss whether it will rip the label. Does anyone know if applying a heat source would loosen the type of glue used on dymo tape??
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  9. As other members have said on the site re. Bootlegs: "they were just doing it for the love of the music". B*llocks
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  10. From the 45 that is listed on eBay it states that 110th and Lenox Avenue is an instrumental take on Twist and Shout
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  11. Here's a full list of the tour:
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  12. Howard Guyton for me too, a much more interesting arrangement IMO
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  13. Edit, sample, makes no difference, royalties should be paid and credit made. They are bootlegs, as in not officially licensed, if they contain a whole or sampled part of a song. Whichever way it's dressed up the original artist/publisher is being ripped off.
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