Create Lists

We’ve just turned on a new function that will let you create your own lists of releases, artists, and labels. These can be used for anything really, examples: “Top 10 albums of 2008” or “Labels I Collect”.

To create a list just go to a release, artist, or label page and click “Add to List” in the Tools section. You’ll have to option to create a new list or add it to an existing list. Comments on the item and List description are optional. But you’re required to have a List title. When you’re done with your list you can switch it from private to public. Public lists will also get mentioned on the related pages as well as your user profile.


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  • May 1,2016 at 22:15

    fgsgdx

  • Jul 30,2009 at 17:03

    cheerz nik, that wasnt there originally :) but great, thanks :)

  • nik
    Jul 30,2009 at 02:26

    [quote=biskit]how do you remove items from your list[/quote]

    Mouse over the item, at the right hand side of the row, you’ll see “remove” text, click that.

    [quote=biskit]is there a quicker way to reposition items in your listing rather than drag and drop ?[/quote]

    Mouse over the item, at the right hand side of the row, you’ll see “Move to…” text, click that and enter the number.

  • Jul 28,2009 at 21:07

    ok you can add more than 200 :)

  • Jul 28,2009 at 16:52

    how do you remove items from your list and is there a quicker way to reposition items in your listing rather than drag and drop ??
    Also, can a list only go upto 200 ??

    please advise

  • Jul 11,2009 at 15:34

    Can we have the page indexes at the top of the page as well? Would save a lot of scrolling.

  • Jul 11,2009 at 13:39

    Hmm longer comments on list items don’t align nicely, they go under the picture when it would look nice to have them next to the pic…

  • Jul 11,2009 at 11:54

    A list can be public, or private, but why can’t a list be made totally public accessible?

    example: http://www.discogs.com/lists/Paul-Kletzki-9-Beethoven-Symphonys-1964-1968/940
    This is a list of a series which contains an intregral recording of Beethoven’s symphonies.
    Because these are released separate and have different content, they cannot be in a MR. So I linked them together through this list.

    But because only I can edit this list, nobody can add one in case a new that belongs to this list is submitted. So I should start keeping myself busy with checking this from time to time. (That’s ok for 1 release, but there are more similar non-MR cases where a list can come handy to group them)

    That’s why I would want to make it Public Domain so anyone can edit it.

    Maybe this can be done in the form of a possible incorrect vote (but no correct vote needed) such as the MR, to reverse faulty or damaging edits. (Possibly only by the creator, although this seems dangerous towards) dissappearing members

  • Jul 11,2009 at 08:49

    what about visit-statistics to see how often a list is used by anyone else than the creator?

    And the option to give comments on a list?

  • Jul 10,2009 at 03:06

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]Sounds like you’ve got experience being put on hate-lists:) [/quote]
    -> ignore list. i have no time for childish flame-wars, especially not in the help forums.

  • age
    Jul 9,2009 at 23:07

    whats about an optional link to the marketplace, when the whole list is to be sell as bundle “this 10record list is to sell for 25 euro, xxx euro shipping cost” or so…

  • Jul 9,2009 at 08:06

    [quote=legumes-SALES]Please, no!

    I can already see the following lists:

    “These cunts ripped me off”
    “the following people are gay”
    “they like trance, laugh at them”
    “(insert more abuse)”

    or at the very least, make ’em PRIVATE ONLY[/quote]
    Sounds like you’ve got experience being put on hate-lists:)

    In fact I don’t even think it would harm, just don’t read them… (waste of time anyway, except for the “they like trance, laugh at them”, seems to be a nice idea to me) (just joking)

    But not reading is better than reporting, reporting makes me think too much about things that happened between 1930 and 1945 in Nazi-Germany (In fact, in real (non-computer)-life, I make it a habit to intimidate reporters, and report to everybody they report stuff, so they get a total social rejection and at the end they dissappear due to lack of social life and misleading wrong information that is told to them, so their reports start to be plain nonsense. That’s what reporters earn!

    We need protection from this kind of people some way… (Vuil bazepoepers!) (in English literally: Dirty Boss-dick-lickers)

  • Jul 8,2009 at 07:00

    All around a nicely done feature so far.

  • Jul 8,2009 at 06:30

    [quote=Internaut]Paging (100 items pr page) of long lists are suddenly there, Nice :-) Thanks.
    [/quote]
    Excellent, thanks :) Saves on server load too ;)

  • Jul 7,2009 at 14:34

    GO lists!!

    Made my 1st list about Swedish funk/B-boy breaks/Grooves. I can proudly say such information like this has never been compiled before on the internet. So “lists” is the best thing to happen to discogs for ages!!!! Next thing to add is list about rare latin-American B-boy breaks. I only wish there would have been such things like this when I started diggin’ the crates years ago =D
    http://www.discogs.com/lists/Swedish-Funk-Disco-Boogie-Breaks-amp-Samples/758

  • Jul 7,2009 at 13:25

    Another request: would it be possible to align all text at the same position?

    For items with landscape, square or no thumbnail all text is aligned the same, but if the item has a portrait thumbnail the text is positioned more to the left.

  • Jul 7,2009 at 06:59

    [quote=Internaut]^^abusive lists could be reported (“report this list”), and removed (and the author loose his rights to make user-lists again). Shouldn’t be any real problem.[/quote]
    good point

  • Jul 7,2009 at 06:58

    [quote=Internaut]Make it possible to compile list of users (´Krautrock Collectors at Discogs´type of lists).[/quote]
    Isn’t that what http://www.discogs.com/groups is about?

  • Jul 7,2009 at 06:35

    ^^abusive lists could be reported (“report this list”), and removed (and the author loose his rights to make user-lists again). Shouldn’t be any real problem.

  • Jul 7,2009 at 06:22

    [quote=Internaut]2. Make it possible to compile list of users (´Krautrock Collectors at Discogs´type of lists).[/quote]

    Please, no!

    I can already see the following lists:

    “These cunts ripped me off”
    “the following people are gay”
    “they like trance, laugh at them”
    “(insert more abuse)”

    or at the very least, make ’em PRIVATE ONLY

  • Jul 7,2009 at 05:44

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]A ‘position’ field for every ‘list-entry’ would be nice though. [/quote]
    Move to…

    Very nice, thanks a lot!!!

  • Jul 7,2009 at 04:19

    Paging (100 items pr page) of long lists are suddenly there, Nice :-) Thanks.

  • Jul 4,2009 at 07:52

    There should be a privacy level between full public and totally private so that someone viewing a user profile can see lists, whereas someone viewing artist pages cannot.

  • Jul 4,2009 at 06:57

    sorry double post

  • Jul 4,2009 at 06:56

    sorry double post

  • Jul 4,2009 at 06:55

    [quote=Internaut]
    2. Make it possible to compile list of users (´Krautrock Collectors at Discogs´type of lists).
    [/quote]

    I agree, this could be a good way to create a “favorite sellers” list (I see there are many requests for this feature)

  • Jul 3,2009 at 08:54

    [quote=little_alien]If I want someone to see my ambient collection, why can’t I jsut make that folder public to people?[/quote]
    For me the main use of lists is to collect things that are [i]not[/i] in my collection, like “CDs I gave to my friends as birthday presents” (so that I don’t give the same person the same CD twice :), or “Albums I have on tape”. But that would certainly be nice, too.

  • Jul 3,2009 at 07:54

    [quote=squonk57]Yes, I was mainly thinking of the display. I want a view of my list that looks exactly like “My Collection”, minus the “Folder” column[/quote]
    I have been talking about making an option for “browsable collection folders” for ages. Lists are the closest to it now.

    If I want someone to see my ambient collection, why can’t I jsut make that folder public to people?

  • Jul 3,2009 at 07:30

    Hallo an alle die Deutsch können. Ich bin nicht so bewandert in Englisch,
    ich habe mir einige Platten bestellt aber jetzt weiß ich nicht wie ich das mit der überweisung hinbekomme usw. Help me PLEASE

    For E-Mail manuel.mani80@googlemail.com

  • Jul 3,2009 at 07:18

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]if the sorting option is only for ‘display’ and doesn’t influence the actual list’s manual sorting[/quote]
    Yes, I was mainly thinking of the display. I want a view of my list that looks exactly like “My Collection”, minus the “Folder” column, plus a “Comments” column. Sortable by any of the fields, plus a “custom sort” mode that restores the manual sort order.

  • Jul 3,2009 at 06:50

    [quote=squonk57]I wonder how one would sort a paged list with drag+drop[/quote]
    A “show all” button?

  • Jul 3,2009 at 00:26

    [quote=squonk57]I wonder how one would sort a paged list with drag+drop … let’s have automatic sort options (by artist / title / year etc.) first :) [/quote]
    Hell of a job:
    http://www.discogs.com/lists/Classical-Composers/396

    But… the best result is yielded manual…, automatic sorting quickly would have some annoying issues. (Sorting automaticly on artist ‘real’ names should be done on the family-name,
    Sorting on date of birth (in my example) gives problems when dates are not exactly known, …)

    A ‘position’ field for every ‘list-entry’ would be nice though.
    Example:
    1 entry_A
    2 entry_B
    3 entry_C
    4 entry_D
    5 entry_E
    ….
    1324 entry_Z

    now list item# 1324 should be between list item# 3&4:
    -> edit position of item# 1324 -> type 4 in the position field -> Apply-button

    list item# 1324 goes to position 4; 4 shifts to 5, 5 to 6, 6 to 7,…

    For the first 50 items it’s allright, but when the list becomes larger, things start to go VERY slowly using drag&drop…

    Automatic sorting is dangerous I think, it could immediatly destroy custom sorting as things are saved automaticly too. Except if the sorting option is only for ‘display’ and doesn’t influence the actual list’s manual sorting:
    I would display it as following in that case:
    1 entry_B
    2 entry_A
    3 entry_C
    4 entry_G
    5 entry_E

    becomes sorted:
    2 entry_A
    1 entry_B
    3 entry_C
    5 entry_E
    4 entry_G
    (the manual position# remains the same as it is sorted manually)

  • Jul 2,2009 at 02:17

    I wonder how one would sort a paged list with drag+drop … let’s have automatic sort options (by artist / title / year etc.) first :)

  • Jul 2,2009 at 01:34

    No paging of lists yet? Should I just keep hitting F5 on this list then? http://www.discogs.com/lists/Japanese-Mini-LPs/15 :P

    Feature request created: http://www.discogs.com/disbugs/1079

  • Jun 29,2009 at 09:20

    [url=http://www.discogs.com/help/lists.html]Lists can be used for [b]anything[/b][/url]
    [u=teo], [u=simfonik] – [url=http://www.discogs.com/help/forums/topic/190697#2400912]once again[/url]: OK or not OK ?

  • nik
    Jun 29,2009 at 07:30

    Help section page for lists is at http://www.discogs.com/help/lists.html

  • Jun 29,2009 at 02:15

    Best feature for me, much better than MR :)

    But
    I still can’t access my lists from menu:

    error code: 2714747
    uri: /lists/byuser/cvalda44

    And there are still problems with ö characters.

  • Jun 28,2009 at 10:08

    [b]Thanks for this feature![/b]

    A counter/indicator showing how many users have viewed one’s list(s) would be really great.

  • Jun 28,2009 at 04:10

    this is a great idea but it was hard to figure how to actually “create” a list. i had to Google.

  • Jun 27,2009 at 04:26

    holy koalah. thanks guys.

  • Jun 26,2009 at 12:55

    [quote=rile3e]Will the lists be available to export as data[/quote]

    [quote=sjcee]any chance for exporting lists?!? [/quote]

    Two shouts now. :D

  • Jun 26,2009 at 12:48

    any chance for exporting lists?!?

    (eg – “records I have as mp3 …)

  • Jun 26,2009 at 04:05

    [quote=squonk57]I would like to be able to switch to a tabular view just like “My Collection” – one line per item, no thumbnail, only the first few characters from the comments field (I’m not going to write essays there anyway), and clickable column heads for automatic sorting. [/quote]
    I was thinking the same. The current view is great for reading, but slightly tedious when you sort bigger lists (40+)

  • Jun 25,2009 at 23:57

    ^ Agreed. BTW, very nice addition [u=teo]

  • Jun 25,2009 at 07:34

    Perhaps add paging for very big lists?

  • Jun 24,2009 at 16:09

    I wish “Hide/Show Editing Options” would be saved and remembered, and not revert to “shown” every time I open the list.

    Btw., what’s the “report” link for on a private list? Self-reports? ;-)

  • Jun 24,2009 at 14:53

    [quote=Internaut]Possible issue: When adding two different issues from the same MR to the same list, the list pops up twice both at the issue-level, and at the MR level. See example: Frank Zappa – Hot Rats . I don’t know if this is intended.[/quote]

    It wasn’t intended. I fixed it.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 14:42

    [quote=moob]
    – Unicode handling is much better. [/quote]
    Yes, much better. Thanks. :)

  • Jun 24,2009 at 14:11

    ^^ Nice :-)

    Possible issue: When adding two different issues from the same MR to the same list, the list pops up twice both at the issue-level, and at the MR level. See example: [r1775407] . I don’t know if this is intended.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 13:43

    Thanks for all the feedback. Some updates:

    – Unicode handling is much better.
    – Release and Master pages will show lists containing the master and any of its releases.
    – You can delete a list now. The link is near the public/private toggle.
    – In-place editing of title/description correctly displays the new text after saving.
    – Add To List is available from the drop-down menu in the release table on Artist, Label, and Master Release pages.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 13:10

    Nice. I can think of a few uses right away.

    However, the list display takes up way too much space for my purpose. I would like to be able to switch to a tabular view just like “My Collection” – one line per item, no thumbnail, only the first few characters from the comments field (I’m not going to write essays there anyway), and clickable column heads for automatic sorting.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 12:39

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]wouldn’t it be nice to have a link on the artist, label & release pages to show all public lists in which the particular label/artist/release is in? [/quote]

    Sorry, I must be getting blind, it is there!

  • Jun 24,2009 at 12:36

    a proposal: wouldn’t it be nice to have a link on the artist, label & release pages to show all public lists in which the particular label/artist/release is in?

    This way things get linked in a ‘freestyle’-way, depending on the users creating the lists. Might be nice for just passing some time surfing through discogs looking for things related to what you like.

    It’ll even feed curiosity (of people like me) for certain records, which can have a positive effect on the marketplace as side-effect.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 12:14

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]
    All unicode-characters are undisplayed (a ) [/quote]
    Yep. Also Cyrillic characters show up as a bunch of numbers and letters, for example Ленинград shows up as %u041B%u0435%u043D%u0438%u043D%u0433%u0440%u0430%u0434.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 11:58

    [quote=Dr.SultanAszazin]any way to remove a (private) list? [/quote]

    would be nice

  • Jun 24,2009 at 11:17

    [quote=mirva]Btw, I can’t add anything with non-English characters (such as ä and ö) to comments.[/quote]

    All unicode-characters are undisplayed (a )

    No é, è, á, ó, ü,…

  • Jun 24,2009 at 10:28

    Uh…, any way to remove a (private) list?

    Wanted to test, created a test, want to remove it…

    (Great feature BTW!! Has a very open character, I like that…)

  • Jun 24,2009 at 10:05

    Btw, I can’t add anything with non-English characters (such as ä and ö) to comments.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 07:17

    [quote=legumes-SALES]make it private for starters and then it won’t hurt anyone.[/quote]
    Yeah I had it private, but still…

  • Jun 24,2009 at 05:23

    [quote=little_alien]I was toying around with the new functionality and decided I didn’t want to make a list.[/quote]

    make it private for starters and then it won’t hurt anyone.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 04:39

    Is it me or is there no way to delete a complete list? I was toying around with the new functionality and decided I didn’t want to make a list. Now I’m stuck with one.

    Paging would be nice in long lists like http://www.discogs.com/lists/Japanese-Mini-LPs/15 too…

  • Jun 24,2009 at 04:06

    [quote=nik]I’ll let teo or simfonik confirm this.[/quote]
    before one of them does – let me rephrase my question:
    would it be ok to create a list named “records i’d put up in the marketplace if you’re interested” ?
    it’s not that i want to circumvent your fees, it’s a question of time.
    doing accurate gradings for like 4000 records is way more hassle than checking them on request.

  • nik
    Jun 24,2009 at 03:13

    [quote=teo]These can be used for anything really[/quote]

    [quote=comkai]could you please confirm this once more !?
    i don’t want waste my time to create a list like “records i’d sell for the right price” to see it removed. [/quote]

    I think using them as sales lists falls outside of the remit for them, but I’ll let teo or simfonik confirm this.

  • Jun 24,2009 at 03:07

    It would be interesting if anyone was up to adding this list: http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/ultimathule/nww/nwwlist.html

    Bound to be popular and useful :-)

  • Jun 24,2009 at 02:54

    [quote=PeterDeVilbis]What are these lists for? [/quote]

    Here is what I have used them for:

    http://www.discogs.com/lists/byuser/Internaut

    Note that bands I have added to the Krautrock-list gets a link to the list at the bottom of the artist page. When more users start to add lists, this could be a way to explore bands/genres etc.

    (edit: typo)

  • Jun 24,2009 at 02:45

    [quote=teo]These can be used for [b]anything[/b] really[/quote]
    could you please confirm this once more !?
    i don’t want waste my time to create a list like “records i’d sell for the right price” to see it removed.

  • Jun 23,2009 at 20:45

    [quote=PeterDeVilbis]
    What are these lists for?
    I don’t know why I should make a list.
    [/quote]

    They are just another way to contribute to discogs. To combine similar records together. Haven’t you used any other music sites like rate your music? They’ve had lists for ages!

    For example (List of sexy album art):
    http://rateyourmusic.com/lists/list_view?list_id=38413&show=100&start=1500

    I think of making some myself too. Like best “Swedish modern soul songs” list and “top latin america bboy breaks”. Most classic Finnish Christmas songs could be one too.

    If I was a DJ I could make myself some playlists what to play on gigs and select records from my collection.

    Now only thing I’m missing is the feature to add public comments/Discussion to releases like on RateYourMusic and Youtube videos (and don’t mean reviews)! Then discogs would be perfect!

  • Jun 23,2009 at 15:36

    [quote=PeterDeVilbis]I don’t know why I should make a list. [/quote]

    That dont – Its not mandatory :D

    Im probably not going to use it either but it seeems to be popular.

  • Jun 23,2009 at 15:02

    What are these lists for?
    We can already rate releases, put fav artists/labels in our Watch List so we can easily check new submissions and updates.
    I don’t know why I should make a list.
    Of what? How long? 10? 100?

  • Jun 23,2009 at 11:39

    Thanks, nice feature. ;)

    I’m still missing an icon that shows if there are any comments on a release (has nothing to do with this list feature).

  • Jun 23,2009 at 10:23

    ^^ Great, thanks for the good work!

  • teo
    Jun 23,2009 at 10:06

    Internaut, you can add Tomorrow’s Gift and Lucifer’s Friend to lists now. We fixed the bug.

  • Jun 23,2009 at 08:54

    I just want to say that [u=nik] edited my post above! Not cool at all! Still the same old Discogs even though I made positive post about a great new feature. So damn sad!

  • Jun 23,2009 at 08:27

    [quote=Stormbringer]Just drag and drop![/quote]
    Cheers.

  • Jun 23,2009 at 08:20

    ^^

  • Jun 23,2009 at 08:17

    [quote=Jayfive](including some over-excited v4 dissidents it appears)[/quote]

    Call me a V3 dissident and you’re getting closer…

  • Jun 23,2009 at 08:16

    [quote=legumes-SALES]Is there a feature to change the sorting?[/quote]

    Just drag and drop!

  • Jun 23,2009 at 07:54

    TBH this isnt a feature i think Ill need but it seems to make a lot of people happy (including some over-excited v4 dissidents it appears) so, yes, great feature :)

  • Jun 23,2009 at 07:36

    possible bug:

    [l25653]

    I can’t seem to be able to add this label to a list. Whenever I click the link, nothing happens at all.

    ms windows server2003 / firefox 3.0.10

  • Jun 23,2009 at 07:23

    Is there a feature to change the sorting?

  • Jun 23,2009 at 07:19

    Quite awesome. :)

  • Jun 23,2009 at 06:51

    Removed due to censorship on this siite!

  • Jun 23,2009 at 06:29

    [quote=Internaut]Possible bug:

    Can’t add Tomorrow’s Gift and Lucifer’s Friend to a list. Could it be the ” ‘ ” making problems?[/quote]

    Is it only me having this problem? Can’t add “Blackmore’s Night” (band) either

  • Jun 23,2009 at 01:06

    i like this new feature

    tbh im using it so far to make a most wanted list
    because i already used my wanted section for marking any releases i’m interested in but it spiralled out of control.
    if i win the lottery i’ll buy them though… ;)

  • Jun 23,2009 at 01:01

    http://www.discogs.com/lists/byuser/

    We’re sorry, but we were unable to complete your request.
    When reporting this problem to Discogs Support or in the Discogs Help Forums, please:

    •Describe what you were doing when you got this error.

    •Provide the following:

    error code: 2043158
    uri: /lists/byuser/This information will help us to track down your specific problem and fix it! We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • Jun 22,2009 at 15:50

    One more thing … it would be nice if the green & blue dots for collection and wantlist info appeared in lists.

    Ta.

    6 lists so far – http://www.discogs.com/lists/byuser/iamdek :)

  • Jun 22,2009 at 15:24

    typo in ‘Edit your list’ box: Use dra[b]g[/b] and drop..

    it would be nice to be able to have a ‘List’ link in the ‘Browse’ drop-down menu

  • Jun 22,2009 at 14:52

    Found a problem – if you add a master release into a list, the releases themselves don’t show up as being in a list –

    http://www.discogs.com/Liquid-Crystal-The-Power-Within/master/12452

    is in the list, but

    http://www.discogs.com/Liquid-Crystal-The-Power-Within/release/109637

    isn’t.

    Is that meant to be the case?

  • Jun 22,2009 at 14:49

    Possible bug:

    Can’t add Tomorrow’s Gift and Lucifer’s Friend to a list. Could it be the ” ‘ ” making problems?

  • teo
    Jun 22,2009 at 14:38

    Keep in mind that we do plan on implementing Collection and Wantlist notes; it’s on our shortlist. And when we do it we’ll make sure to have a way of moving notes on your lists to your collection/wantlist.

  • Jun 22,2009 at 14:17

    Anyone up for the NWW list? :-)

  • Jun 22,2009 at 13:41

    [quote=iamdek]This is by far and away the most useful addition to discogs for me!![/quote]

    Aye.. liking this a lot too!

  • Jun 22,2009 at 13:36

    This is by far and away the most useful addition to discogs for me!! First list :

    http://www.discogs.com/lists/Easygroove-Ektos-Hardings-Swindon-1991/47

    Finally I can add notes to my wants list tunes that remind me exactly why I wanted them in the first place :)

    Annotated tracklistings here we come ….

  • teo
    Jun 22,2009 at 13:13

    Internaut, just PM’d you. It should be fixed now.

  • Jun 22,2009 at 13:00

    [quote=marcelrecords]Loads for me, but there are only 30 entries..?![/quote]

    Strange, it loads for me when I log out of my account, but not when I log in….Will complete the list (with 200+ entries) when I figure this out..

  • Jun 22,2009 at 12:48

    [quote=Internaut]I suddenly lost contact with this list (it won’t load at all): http://www.discogs.com/lists/Krautrock–Key-Bands/19
    [/quote]
    Loads for me, but there are only 30 entries..?!

  • Jun 22,2009 at 11:35

    Will the lists be available to export as data and will the also have coloured dot at some point in collection?

    My current long and pain staking system of finding in collection, moving to folder within collection, and filing to according reference number takes ages. To make these lists and export the data would be great!

  • Jun 22,2009 at 11:22

    I suddenly lost contact with this list (it won’t load at all): http://www.discogs.com/lists/Krautrock–Key-Bands/19

    I don’t hope this is a bug of some sorts?

  • Jun 22,2009 at 11:16

    After immediate identification, I came to conclusion that this seems like a great replacement for “Add personal notes on collection and wantlist items” for me.

    It’s great for creating Charts, playlists, sets etc…

    One thing noticed already:
    Will probably use this feature to indicate pitch amounts for tracks (+/- 8). However, character “+” is left out when added to comments field.

    Trying to find time and get real use of this very pleasant addition. Thanks!

  • Jun 22,2009 at 10:20

    Just one wish though: please make the lists also appear on the MR-page…

    Edit: OK, a couple more;

    1. Make it possible to choose if new items to the list should appear at the top or at the botttom of the list
    2. Make it possible to compile list of users (´Krautrock Collectors at Discogs´type of lists).

  • Jun 22,2009 at 10:02

    Ahhhh… :) Thank you very much :-)!

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