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Post#91 » Sat Feb 07, 2009 8:05 am

In 2001 I visited Andi Preisig house near Stuttgart somewhere. Yeah, records were all over the house.

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Post#92 » Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:44 pm

The question would then be: What's still missing in his collection? (of the known 80s metal)?

And I'm also curious, if he's into thrash as well:
- does he have Exodus - A Lesson in Violence CD?
- does he have Xentrix - Ghostbusters CD single with original (banned) art work?

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Post#93 » Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:51 pm

The question would then be: What's still missing in his collection? (of the known 80s metal)?

And I'm also curious, if he's into thrash as well:
- does he have Exodus - A Lesson in Violence CD?
- does he have Xentrix - Ghostbusters CD single with original (banned) art work?


there is always missing something in a collection.

The two CDs you listed are absolute standard, nothing special. Funny caue I think you have no imagination of a BIG CD collection. When you come to KIT or BYH we can go to him for sure...

He bought those all when released anyway and as he is a big dealer he comes actros them a dozen times a year. For CDs still much easier than for Lps.Especially when you travel through the world during the year and check all stores, shops and fairs...(he is at least 3 times in the USA and 2 times in Japan and severall trips through Europe each year although it gets harder but I think in Japan there is still enough to find on CD)

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Post#94 » Sat Feb 07, 2009 11:52 pm

Well for sure I can't imagine a 6 digit CD collection, it's hard enought to imagine a 5 digit one :)

I asked for those two CDs since I don't know anyone who owns them (nor did I see them for sale), not even people like Karsten (aka yetisued, who's about the same age as Andi) - for example he was asking me if I know anything more about that banned Xentrix, so I suppose that he never saw it offered anywhere either.

... well if he really can get spare copies of those two (for reasonable price!), then please let me know :)

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Post#96 » Fri Mar 25, 2011 4:45 pm

sovdat wrote:http://www.musik-sammler.de/sammlung/cockbanged

:P

He has many items that I am dying to own :P At least he is more likely to be honest compared to enjoythailand who also have over 12000 albums (but not a single data entry or forum post)
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Post#97 » Fri Mar 25, 2011 5:39 pm

Fils Du Metal wrote:
The question would then be: What's still missing in his collection? (of the known 80s metal)?

And I'm also curious, if he's into thrash as well:
- does he have Exodus - A Lesson in Violence CD?
- does he have Xentrix - Ghostbusters CD single with original (banned) art work?


there is always missing something in a collection.

The two CDs you listed are absolute standard, nothing special.



I like this "absolute standart, nothing special"-phrase!

:lol: :roll: :lol:

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Re: HUGE collections, manic collectors and competlists

Post#98 » Thu May 26, 2016 3:33 pm

Rereading this old thread, and found an interview with fellow countryman R Haagsma.
Ill share it, you can see pictures of his collection, pretty neat.

https://recordcollectoreurope.wordpress ... therlands/

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Post#99 » Thu May 26, 2016 4:55 pm

sovdat wrote:http://www.musik-sammler.de/sammlung/cockbanged

:P


I remember back when I actually used musik sammler, it was suggested that a few guys just built fake collections for what I would assume to be the "envy" of others because every time a new item would be added the the database it was in their collections shortly afterwards. I can't remember if this guy was one of them though. With a user name like "cockbanged" it would make sense to be a joke account.
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Post#100 » Thu May 26, 2016 6:00 pm

Avenger wrote:
sovdat wrote:http://www.musik-sammler.de/sammlung/cockbanged

:P


I remember back when I actually used musik sammler, it was suggested that a few guys just built fake collections for what I would assume to be the "envy" of others because every time a new item would be added the the database it was in their collections shortly afterwards. I can't remember if this guy was one of them though. With a user name like "cockbanged" it would make sense to be a joke account.


I suppose that's true for user called enjoythailand, but cockbanged actually added tons of releases himself and he replied back with additional info on several entries I've asked him so I suppose it's real ...

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Post#101 » Thu May 26, 2016 6:22 pm

So noone knows who this Cockbanged guy is yet? There's an album he has in his collection at m-s that I've been trying to find more info on for many years, but now I feel almost certain it doesn't exist. I tried to pm they guy about this but never got a reply :(

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Post#102 » Fri May 27, 2016 6:27 pm

DaN wrote:So noone knows who this Cockbanged guy is yet? There's an album he has in his collection at m-s that I've been trying to find more info on for many years, but now I feel almost certain it doesn't exist. I tried to pm they guy about this but never got a reply :(

Most forums discussing the guy seem convinced it's really Andi P. I don't know.
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Re: HUGE collections, manic collectors and competlists

Post#103 » Fri May 27, 2016 7:19 pm

Hans wrote:Rereading this old thread, and found an interview with fellow countryman R Haagsma.
Ill share it, you can see pictures of his collection, pretty neat.

https://recordcollectoreurope.wordpress ... therlands/



Totally neat! Thanks for sharing, very nice looking music room, color me envious wish I had my own space.

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