November 26, 2014
£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.
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.