£100 to spend. Ten minutes to spend it. One wall of vinyl to spend it on. This is the Record Sweep.
Remember Supermarket Sweep? Well, our new crate digging game-show gives contestants ten minutes to spend one hundred pounds at Hackney Wick’s monster record emporium Vinyl Pimp.
Previously we’ve had T.E.E.D, Luke Vibert and Jen Long take on The Record Sweep.
Next up for the challenge: Mahogani Music’s hip-hop/house wizard, Andrés.
Here’s what how Detroit’s finest got on in just 10 minutes.
Andrés’ shopping list
94 East – Minneapolis Genius (Hot Pink, 1985) Price £6.49
Ghostface Killah – Camay / Daytona 500 (Epic, 1996) Price £11.99
Black Moon – Buck Em Down (Wreck, 1994) Price £11.99
Hi-Tek – Hi-Tek Sampler (Rawkus, 2001) Price £3.99
Various – Ultimate Breaks & Beats LP (Street Beat, 1986) Price £9.99
Nicholas – The Beat Down LP (Mahogani Music, 2013) Price £24.00
Public Enemy – Don’t Believe The Hype (Def Jam, 1988) Price £8.00
Dionne Warwicke – The Greatest Hits Of Dionne Warwicke Vol. 1 (Hallmark, 1972) Price £0.99
DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince – Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble (Remix) (Word, 1986) Price £6.99
Rah Digga – Dirty Harriet (Elektra, 2000) Price £6.49
Del The Funkyhomosapien – Catch A Bad One Price (Elektra, 1993) Price £4.99
DJ Jazzy Jeff – The Magnificent (Rapster, 2000) Price £3.99
The Record Sweep was filmed at Vinyl Pimp, 14 Felstead St, London E9 5LT. Re-selling records for some of the biggest DJs and collectors around, you can find out more about Vinyl Pimp on their website.
Big thank you to Hon – Vinyl Pimp owner, challenge master and Record Sweep cashier supreme.