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Post: Posting costs will depend on the weight and destination of your purchase. We will send you posting cost along with the confirmation note. We only use signed for posting service with tracking number. Please let us know in advance if you also require insurance. In the case of an insured package, we will need to submit the actual cost of the purchase (We will not be responsible for import tax to your destination). 

Payment: We only accept payment sent to us through Paypal.

Order: We do not have an automated shopping system. Please send us the product code of each item and the amount that you are interested in purchasing. Please also include your posting address. We will send you a confirmation of availability note and invoice shortly after your enquiry. Please feel free to contact us for any other enquires.

Vinyl Grading: Most vinyls on our site are old stock and unplayed. Due to their age some vinyls may come with small amount of dust. We will not attempt to clean them as we would like to leave them in their true original condition. However, vinyl with heavy amount of dust, permanent spots, or deep scratch will be taken out of our stock. 

We believe preserving and sharing this declining art form is important. Like the Kingdom's landscape and its people, Thai music has its own unique and diverse characteristics which vary greatly in style from region to region but have all been influenced over time by each other and from outside. The post-World War 2 era from the 1950s through to the 1980s saw the heyday of Thai popular music in all its genres, wonderfully captured on vinyl and tape at its peak, before digital and internet streaming enabled globalized commercial music to dominate, unifying popular culture internationally.

The music genres of Thailand (formerly known as Siam) are among the most diverse in Asia, offering a fascinating mixture of soundworlds and rhythms, which are only now being internationally recognized and sought-after. Many of our amazingly varied and growing selections on vinyl and cassette tape are a once-only opportunity to obtain rarely available original examples for your collection. These recordings are made more attractive as most have never been played.

We try our best to source all original formats (7” (45rpm), 12” LPs (33rpm), cassette tapes) for both music enthusiasts and specialists. We are also interested in buying or trading rare records.