From the Guardian on September 19:
When DJhistory.com opens its virtual doors today, I'll be able to buy tracks ranging from the arcane to the utterly recondite for a fraction of the price they cost on vinyl. And I won't have to go to any more charity shops. "We do the digging so you don't have to," says Broughton. "We'll never be as big as iTunes, but we'll always be more interesting. The store is aimed at DJs, music geeks and anyone who wants great, unknown music. We're starting small but we have some great projects lined up. There's two albums of disco gospel, and Penitentiary Soul, an album of 70s funk made by prisoners."
Oddly enough, when I tried to search for Penitentiary Soul, I couldn't find it. Oh well, it's new.
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