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DJ shops with web ordering
As you'll gather, I'm not a big fan of trying to buy records online; the samples never seem to cover
the bits of record that I want to hear, or I can't find stuff at all. If listening to stuff that I don't
know, I find it too easy to buy stuff with bits in that I like, whereas when I'm in a shop I whittle down
my initial selection to include only those without bits that I don't like. Anyway, when you're desperate to
get a particular tune or stuck indoors with a broken ankle and worn-out records, you'll put up with
almost anything, so maybe give these a try.
Hooked On Records - a relatively new site that I haven't bought
anything from yet so pop back and see what I think of it when I have... in the meantime, try them out yourself
and tell me what they're like!
Hard to Find Records (shop in Birmingham) - easy to find things in their
catalogue, lots of stock items and they seem to carry plenty of stock. Possibly not the cheapest but at least
their prices are shown inc VAT. Shop is well worth a visit if you can (a short walk from Birmingham New Street
station, do-able with a bagful of records) - helpful, knowledgeable staff and run by a nutter. I've heard people
moan about their mail order service, but personally I've always found it very prompt.
From recent experience, until they finish the new release of their website, there's something
you need to watch; existing customers enter Customer ID, postcode and email address. If one of these is wrong, the
website doesn't complain and you continue placing the order but afterwards it goes for manual checking instead of
straight to be picked which will delay it going out. So, double check these details before continuing... it's probably
the cause of the delays other people have complained about
Mad Records (shop in London) - go to the shop, small but nice and friendly.
I've never bought anything from the website, because annoyingly you couldn't search all genres at once and I never
know where to look. Worth checking, though - they tell me that the search is going to be improved, and anyway you
maybe know more than me.
A year later and the search is still the same, but I've bought a couple of things now...
a disappointment at first when I got a bit of paper instead of one of the records telling me it was out of stock,
but I had it in less than a week so I forgive them.
BangingTunes.com (shops in London & Brighton). Buying on here
the first time was a nightmare (tip - go into My Bag and create an account first, despite what it says in their
FAQ), but maybe you'll find it intuitive :) Sometimes you can get back-catalogue stuff really cheap.
The samples seem to have been improved now to include the most important bits... so I've dared
buy quite a few when I've not had the time to get into town. Only regretted one so far! Careful, it's quite easy
to add several additional copies of a record to your bag - especially if you're trying to buy two copies.
IMO Records (shop in Sutton, Surrey). The website seems to have been
rewritten since I last bought anything here, but previous experience was good. The best part was the samples
- some of the intro around where it gets fat, and a bit through the break too, giving you
more idea of the whole record. As it's a small local shop I don't
think it carries much stock, but if you find what you want they despatch it pretty promptly.
djstore.co.uk (direct sales only from Aberdeen) - no records but
everything else a DJ could want. Personally I'd hesitate to buy kit I'd never seen, but have bought replacement
styli, headphones etc quite happily. Check their prices!