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a topic posted unburial_rice in Monochrome Heaven MarketHello everyone! 😃 I'm selling my entire GACKT collection which I have built in many years of purchases from CDJapan, eBay and Yahoo Japan auctions. As title says, it is EVERY GACKT release from 1999 (solo debut) until 2006. All Albums, singles, mini, and even VHS. The only releases missing are the DVDs. Basically the first half of his musical solo career, and this includes many rare releases which are really hard to find right now. All of them are wrapped in protective plastic sleeves and in perfect condition (I only buy albums in perfect conditions 😋) I would like to find a dear fan of him looking to buy the entire collection, but I understand that it could be a little hard so I can also sell the releases one by one. We can discuss pricing looking at the actual selling price on the web. If you are looking to buy the entire collection you can send me your offer 😊 Any other question is welcome! Sorry for the bad quality of the pics:
a topic posted Tetora in GeneralHey guys, I was wondering how you store all your stuff, what kind of stuff have you amassed, what you do with it, and how you feel about it. Categories: Physical Music (CD`s, Tapes, Records) Physical Videos (Blu-ray, DVD, VHS) Digital Music (iTunes, Google, rekochoku, downloads, etc...) Physical Goods (Clothing, Obi, Posters, Cheki, Bonuses like photo`s, etc...) Other Stuff You Collect Summary ----- Me: Physical Music (CD`s, Tapes, Records) Almost all my stuff is cd`s, I keep some on shelves, many in boxes, and have some in the living room if they are often played. I don`t like keeping much stuff in my room, so it is almost all in one of my spare bed-rooms. Ultimately I would like to have it all on nice shelves which actually suit the size of cd`s (CD racks are too small, would have to have tons, and regular shelves like I have are too big in terms of extra space above the cd`s. Physical Videos (Blu-ray, DVD, VHS) Don`t collect many videos as I never watch them, only have an assortment of some of my favorite concerts or PV collections, keep them on a shelf if I really like them, otherwise in boxes. Digital Music (iTunes, Google, rekochoku, downloads, etc...) This is what bugs me the most, as I never use iTunes but have some music from there, and since my music library isn`t in iTunes, it doesn`t really feel like I have the music? Also, my digital files and rips are all stored on an external drive, feels unsafe and unofficial. Otherwise I keep the music I listen to on my phone (40 gigs, I want to get a new phone with at least 128gig storage, but my phone is still working). Physical Goods (Clothing, Obi, Posters, Cheki, Bonuses like photo`s, etc...) I don`t have clothing as it is always too small, Obi I keep in shoe boxes, I don`t know why I can`t throw them out, but I will literally never use them for anything or even look at them... The closet in my guest bed-room is full of rolled up Posters, I have tons, but again, never put them up... Cheki I only have a couple, I like them a lot, for sentimental value, keep them in a special shoe box, with bonuses from orders or in-store events. My favorite things are probably the Cheki from live-events, any signed stuff, and the towel I have from UNiTE / DOG. Other Stuff You Collect I have movies, DVD and Blu-ray, and a lot of games for different systems, about 100 are on a shelf, but the others get the box treatment as well. Have some books on a shelf, all the others and all my old manga are at another place. Summary: So yeah, in summary, the way I store my stuff is pretty terrible, I throw it all in a room, and I am uncomfortable with all my digital stuff`s existence. I am thinking that in my next house I will make a media room, with nice shelves, posters up, and everything organized nicely. That is in the future though, so for now everything looks like a crazy old man`s hoard of junk... My second place (apartment) has a bunch of boxes in the walk-in closet, I would like to combine the two collections in the future as well. But at the same time, I always contemplate what the point of a collection is.