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(10) TEN STARS JUST FOR DOING THE CRATE DIGGIN' FOR THESE DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF

This is a must have especially if you DeeJay. You are going to sweat all your troubles and worries away banging this collection in the club or in your home Cerwin Vega set up. All praise to Al Kent for putting in the work and putting together these rare gems. I'm sure he's still wiping the dust off of his fingers digging up these classics. The quality of the music is great. I own the CD's and vinyl versions. The album covers and inserts speak for themselves and compliment the artistry and beauty of this attractive collection of music. For those that produce music have fun chopping this collection up.

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KID DYNAMITE

Leave the music alone!!!!

I'm not looking to drop these tracks into a DJ set so I don't need choppy edits, let alone someone elses! Like many, I'm hearing most of these songs for the first time, so this collection would've been more enticing if it were the songs how they were originally released. By editing, you can alter the mood or flow of a song or tamper with the messages that the producer was trying to express through his music! And in this case of rare songs which are hard to find and never see the light of day, they should've been given a chance to shine on there own, untouched. Unless you are working with the original parts and are releasing a compilation of remixes, I think edits and editing should be left to the individual for personal use, not to be sold as a compilation.

I would've bought this entire compilation if the songs were untouched :(

The Best of Disco Demands - A Collection of Rare 1970s Dance Music - Compiled By Al Kent
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