Remainder of my SEB and related CDs for sale

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lupin23rd
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Remainder of my SEB and related CDs for sale

Post by lupin23rd » Aug 2nd, '10, 21:44

Hey guys,

Wow can't believe I was last on here like 3 years ago selling off most of my collection. Looking to downsize my pile of stuff so figured I'd see if there was any interest in the rest of my collection.

Have the following available (ask me on condition, it varies):

SEB - 34, 46, 51, 57, 61, 71, 80, 93, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 110, 120, 127, 130
SEB - Best of 1993
J-Euro
Early Years Best Flashback SEB
Eurobeat Flash - 15, 20, 21, Best

A few of the SEB volumes (around 100s) are Taiwanese versions and I think one may be missing a CD but I need to double-check which one... assume no one will want that :)

Thanks for looking!

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Post by Delita_chan » Mar 25th, '12, 15:12

What price would you ask for the 34-99 CDs?
Do they contain the obi?
Does the CD have scratches?

Sorry, I'm highly picky. I usually pick up used SEBs in Japan for 200yen or less (NEW), but I only go twice a year and am looking for alternatives to building my collection.

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Post by UME » Aug 21st, '12, 02:07

Delita_chan wrote:What price would you ask for the 34-99 CDs?
Do they contain the obi?
Does the CD have scratches?

Sorry, I'm highly picky. I usually pick up used SEBs in Japan for 200yen or less (NEW), but I only go twice a year and am looking for alternatives to building my collection.
Where do you go to find them at that price? I do find them at that price, but they typically are a little on the beat-side, not to be found in any great volume, and are typically the older volumes. Now, 500-1000 yen is another mater and the newer volumes are typically 1500 yen or higher.

My fav spots are Book-Off, a joint on the 3rd floor of a building in akiba, plus the smaller joints in and around the neighborhoods of any town I hit.

I go every other year to see the inlaws plus go sightseeing across the country.

An alternative for building your collection is http://ume.zyria.com

I am willing to make deals for quantity orders. ;-)

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