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    looks like I''ll be heading out to a festival in Belgrade for a few days in July. Does anyone know if there are records there? And if so, where?
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    ask john
    Whats you're style ?

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    • #3
      I've never been to Serbia but you should ask to Zeljko from Cosmic Sounds. He lived there and knows all the spots. He recently told me that it was harder and harder to get records there.
      Anyway, he has a discography of yugo jazz on his site.
      The only sure and foreseeable attribute of human affairs is their unforseeability; hence the trivialility of all the attempts in order to reduce the human action to a single reason, even interest.
      Albert O. Hirschman (The concept of interest: from euphemism to tautology/1986)

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      • #4
        I know there is a place in novi stadt...
        www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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        • #5
          Sermad, I could&#39;ve sworn your avatar winked at me... Did it? Or am I going mad?... What&#39;s with him anyway - you a Sega Megadrive diehard or something???
          http://wakeupanddie.com
          http://weirdgearnyc.com
          http://makethingsmatter.com

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          • #6
            Ren &amp; Stimpy Rule The Megadrive&#33;

            P
            Go on wit'cha bad elf

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            • #7
              megadrive = shite

              nintendo all the way time for a new avatar...

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              • #8
                well, having just come back from Belgrade...yes there are some records there (though most locals told me there weren&#39;t). A very third-world flea market (broken circuit boards, second-hand porn, in the suburbs with a lot of very mashed 70&#39;s and 80&#39;s pop, and the occasional treasure - and lots of language courses on record (english or german). A couple of shops and a weekly record market at the Student Cultural Centre that turned up a few nice cheap pieces:

                stairsteps lp with &#39;dear prudence&#39; and &#39;ooh child&#39; (UK copy)
                shocking blue &#39;at home with...&#39; ( Indian copy on Stateside)
                jimi hendrix romanian live lp
                bill cosby really sings
                &#39;the jazz-rock album&#39; - double compilation with tony willams / peter herbolzheimer / mike gibbs and a bunch of others
                street people (vigor)
                jukka tolonen &#39;ina this year time&#39;
                dimension latina - salsa lp on velvet (puerto rico) from 1980

                josipa lisac (jugoton, 1973) - female vocal with nice funky jazz-rock big band

                some yugo-prog lps I haven&#39;t checked out yet - time, bijelo dugme, and another one with killer slow drums.

                a few 45&#39;s:
                kinks &#39;she&#39;s got everything&#39;
                a couple of ep&#39;s by the &#39;siluete&#39; - yugo-garagepopsmallfacescoversrare.
                spontaneous combustion - sabre dance - crazy heavy fuzz version on harvest

                everything was so cheap that I didn&#39;t mind not finding any big ol&#39; jazz pieces - these varied from 10p upwards - the most expensive was £2

                and met a couple of dealers who offered to help me out - so I&#39;ll be sending them my &#39;proper&#39; wants once I know what they are&#33;
                We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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                • #9
                  That&#39;s funny John, cause I&#39;ll maybe go to Serbia and Romania in august. If you have more details (adress), I would be very interested.

                  Planman
                  The only sure and foreseeable attribute of human affairs is their unforseeability; hence the trivialility of all the attempts in order to reduce the human action to a single reason, even interest.
                  Albert O. Hirschman (The concept of interest: from euphemism to tautology/1986)

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