Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl)

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Go directly to shout page. View full artist profile. Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl) all similar artists. View all trending tracks. I got home and looked it up to be reminded that this guy is like the Robert Johnson of house - there's one photo, not much info but a lot of hype around this guy.

The mystery of this record is nearly as great Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl) the man who made the music in the first place. I stumbled across a charity shop and of course decided to go in. I had Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl) heard of this at all! Proper Roland drums and deep chord synths that result in a fantastic production from Larry Joseph. I will never part with Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl) ever…. His first ever record purchase is not for the faint-hearted….

Why everyone goes mad about vinyl is beyond me. You spend the same amount of money for a CD album with anything between ten and fifteen songs on, and you can play them in loads of different machines.

No wonder we're still in a fucking credit crunch; people are dropping their Phil Asher - Namby It Aint (I Aint Sorry) (Vinyl) earned cash on vinyl because dance snobs say it's cool when, in my honest and ultimate opinion, CDs are cost effective, space effective and they look far more futuristic and 'cooler' than a massive black circle ever will. That sorry-looking virgin handed back the record with a scowl and I went back home to listen to it on my brand new Gemini belt drive decks.

I went back the next day and bought Big Love by Pete Heller. The Launch still holds up and goes down well today.

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