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Old 04-01-2021, 16:53   #16
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Re: How big is yours?

In the loft loads of singles and albums, mostly trance and house as well as electronica, labels including Warp Records, Lost Language, Extravaganza, Perfecto, GLobal Underground, Border Community, Perfecto, Loaded, Ministry of Sound, etc
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Between us my dad and I have 400+ CDs

I have ripped every CD I have to FLAC, but have some in MP3.

I have 7,766 tracks in total totalling 125GB
Wow you gotta have the biggest collection yet Hom3r,good for you mate

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Old 06-01-2021, 16:17   #18
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Re: How big is yours?

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About the same time as me Paul as l remember all the music stores we had then.
Most of mine came from the Nottingham "Selectadisk", which finally closed in 2009.
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Re: How big is yours?

I should say you can add


200+ VHS tapes


750+ books


100+ mug (I used to work for a software distributor and got free mugs, later other jobs have branded company mugs)


150 Xbox 360 & Xbox One games


But my biggest collection by a long way is my DVD & Blu-ray collection which is 1,020 titles. Box sets count as one title, so I have a total of 2,148 disc.


This is 302,930 minutes or 210 days 8 hours and 50 minutes.


Basically if I started on Jan 1st at midnight I'd still be watching on 29th of July
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