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About Modularman

  • Birthday 10/08/1976

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    Northern Soul, 60s Club Classics, Boogaloo, Ska, Latin & R n B. Modernism begins at home.....
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  1. No 'Baby I Need Your Loving '? Insane!
  2. 20% extra which should be added at point of sale when imported to the UK. So if sale is through ebay or amazon it will be charged at checkout. Discogs don't have a system in place as far as I am aware which means you could get lucky if it slips past customs. Similar with a private sale. Good luck!
  3. Well it doesn't seem like much has actually changed, just ebay are now taking a slice of cash payments (dressed up as being of great benefit to sellers). From the money-saving website; " eBay sellers will soon be paid directly into their bank rather than into PayPal accounts. It means PayPal will no longer take a slice of your earnings, but eBay's hiking fees. We explain the full details on what's happening and who the winners and losers are. Currently, PayPal is the only option eBay sellers have to receive money from sales unless they get cash in hand, so switching to using ban
  4. 28. Ain't no mountain high enough ? 43. Girl why you wanna make me blue ? 46. edward hamilton - baby don't you weep? 51. I'm Calling My Baby - Gene Vell ?
  5. 60. Cliff Nobles - my love is getting stronger (day by day) ?
  6. 32. For the love of money - o jays? 80. Painter man - boney m??
  7. Yep! Surface mould is almost always caused by poor ventilation especially in old solid walled buildings where the warm moist air hits the cold surface of the walls and condensates. Try to maintain an ambient temperature, fit controllable trickle vents to windows (if there are any) try not to put furniture against external walls. Air conditioning is an option which obviously has running costs; http://www.passivent.com/intelligent-mechanical-extract-ventilation-imev/p/4 or a passive vent system like this will help which uses no electricity; http://www.passivent.com/cross-flow-and-passive-
  8. It's got it's own discogs page, no further clues though apart from they think it's late 60's? Dont know if it was uploaded to discogs prior to the auction https://www.discogs.com/release/16119041?utm_source=mobile&utm_medium=app&utm_campaign=Android App

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