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Currently: 30 live shows (8 MKOTOB)

Trading guidelines:

I do not make copies of commercially released material. Why did I list it here? Who knows. To show off, probably. Not that there's much boast in listing commercially avaliable stuff. Oh well.

I own every video show mentioned but, and this is a major but, I cannot trade direct from myself. Incase you haven't noticed, i'm in ENGLAND, i.e. PAL fomatting. I can view NTSC (American formatted) videos but cannot record them. Instead, if you are interested in a video item, I shall direct you to the good fellow behind this site, who will happily make you a copy of whatever recording it is. You can send your half of a video trade to either me or him, since we work in a rather collaborative effort.

I'd rather not trade for blanks. I know this'll really dishearten a lot of people out there but I just don't have the time or energy at the moment. In the summer months I might be able to take on a few 2:1 blank trades but honestly, as anyone who knows me or has delt with me will know, I am utterly, utterly hopeless at sending items off.....trading for blanks throws me more off course than a car driven by a donkey.

What I'll trade for:
-My prime wants are shows and recordings of the Mystic Knights Of The Oingo Boingo; and will trade extremely handsomely for Mystic Knight video footage.
-Pro Shot video footage, or just about any video footage (hand held camera, TV recording, etc) that I don't already own.
-Uncut Farewell (c'mon guys; it's out there!)
-Any alternate versions of songs, demos, roughs, rehersal ditties and the likes.
-Hot Tomorrows.
-Live shows, in reasonable quality, that I don't already have.
-I'll also trade for non-recorded items, such as T shirts, magazines, posters, vinyl and the likes, especially BOI-NGO in a Box, the Brazillian Stay album and, of course, the Demo EP. (Heck, it's a dream, but so was obtaining the MKOTOB 45, and I got that, by crikey)