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    How rare is the Burnin' EP?

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    'Cuz I bought one from eBay for about £7.00 (including postage costs)

    Thats pretty cheap for a rare vinyl like that right?

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    yeah, that is pretty cheap.

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    pretty cheap...i think it is rare but obviously it is avaliableif you look
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    There are also a fair few Revolution 909 twelve-inches on eBay.

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    you might have been able to get it for a quid or so less but not much less than £7 including postage for a decent condition copy

    its not particularly rare though (i think it may still be in print (well batch print anyway)) although not daft punk EPs are unattainable so they are not as rare as some stuff like old Billy Lo EPs that you simply cant find anywhere at all.

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    WOOO! My first vinyl!

    My Burnin' 12" arrived this morning! It feels great adding new stuff to your collection!

    Picture is a bit blurry so here's the tracklist.

    A1: Ian Pooley Cut-Up Remix
    A2: Slam Remix
    A3: Original Mix

    B1: DJ Sneak Mongowarrior Remix
    B2: DJ Sneak Main Mix

    Now I just need something to play it on (lol)


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    if you want a reasonable turntable get your self an ION USB ITTUSB05

    great quality turntable with built in preamp (which makes things a lot easier if you don't want to get an entire audio system) it is the best turntable if you want to record your vinyl to digital formats and a very good one if you just want to listen to them.

    one thing i would advise against, however tempting it may seem is getting a set of DJ decks. they look nice but to be honest unless you are actually a DJ there are multiple reasons (that i CBA to go into atm) that make it a better choice to get a home turntable.

    you can get an ION for around £100 and you get a stylus in the package (worth about £7 bought separately) a nice dust cover and a standard slip mat along with all your cables.

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    ^Please get one that can record to comp! It's virtually impossible to find that B Side

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    [quote1212110128=B.E.A.S.M]


    Now I just need something to play it on (lol)

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    Oh good. I thought I was the only person who got tempted into buying DP vinyl without actually having a record player D:

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    Well I'm really just collecting vinyl right now. I'm not a DJ or anything.

    But yeah. I will PM you the Mongowarrior mix if and when I record it to digital format.

    But till then here's a video of it.
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