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I'm selling all my Stones Throw CDs, vinyl...

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Why just the Stones Throw collection?

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That's gonna suck when you'll want to buy it all back.

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Why just the Stones Throw collection?

Not just selling Stones Throw stuff, it's just the first thing I listed.

Also will be selling my collection of Soul Assassins stuff... Cypress. Muggs, anyone down with Soul Assassins basically.

I'll be selling my almighty Wu-Tang collection... over 200 CD's, plus vinyl, DVD's, etc.

I'll be listing my collection of 50's and 60's Rock n' Roll stuff... Beatles, Beach Boys, Stones, Kinks, Johnny Cash, Velvet Underground, Jimi Hendrix, Churchills, Crosby Stills & Nash, and all sorts of others.

And I'll be listing a job lot of all my other random Hip-Hop CD's...

Cheers!

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is that copy of In Search of Stoney Jackson on vinyl?

if so, how much are you asking for it?

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is that copy of In Search of Stoney Jackson on vinyl?

if so, how much are you asking for it?

And if it is does it have 'Get Ya Money Right' on it even though its not listed on the tracklist?

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It's not the vinyl... it's two different promo CD's. One is the clean promo with an alternate cover, the other is just the promo version of the retail album.

They're both in the pic with all of the CD's.

Cheers!

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cracks me up when i see these 'lot' sales. what person who didn't have any stones throw records, would buy half the label catalog in one swoop, including mixtapes, associated artists, and a couple bootlegs and promos?

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A lot of people buy these lots to sell the items listed separately and make a bit of profit from it

I remember seeing a a hip hop tape collection go for like $65 and one of the tapes was raes infamous purple tape :)

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It's not the vinyl...

sadface.

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