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I probably threw away over Â£10k - but they were worthless to me at the time - and I still don't see their worth now.
Now you can see how 'bothered' I was (and still am) about stuff like this you will probably understand why I don't have much of these tunes lying around.
Even if he didn't care for the tunes, throwing away potentially Â£10k+ of anything has got to hurt! He sounds cross to me!
Traffic Cone wrote: i think he's just not a record collector from the sounds of it. that he finds the idea of thse old unreleased white labels from 18 years ago being worth Â£100 silly, so naturally when he had a clear-out they weren't a priority to him.
i don't think he's dismissing hardcore as a whole as being silly.
that's how i read it anyway
dj jedi wrote: Nice to see you on here Ron You must be my favourite producer from that era, even now I still find tunes by artists I've never heard of that turn out to be you in some guise! True legend.
dj jedi wrote:
Appreciate the situation and to be honest most here are the same, they wouldn't trade their arm chair for a rave if you paid them! Doesn't mean you're not hardcore at heart
RonWellsJS wrote: However, I have just finised building a new studio at home and intend to make some more tracks for release by the end of this year, business needs to be done first though to give me the time to be properly creative.
RonWellsJS wrote: Alright chaps...
I just don't see - out of genuine modesty - how a track can ever be worth more than twenty odd quid - You fellas have better things to spend that kind of money on.
RonWellsJS wrote: If you cut me in half it will say 'TECHNO' right through my body!