Ok, so, a lot of these old 80s dance films which you can get cheaply on DVD have cool soundtracks which are very collectable/expensive on out of print CDs. I've just spent a lot of money on the Krush Groove soundtrack, and I was thinking how great it would be if there was a dedicated label putting out reissues of soundtracks? Perhaps even a DVD + CD set of the movie, with the accompanying soundtrack? A quick look on a site like iOffer would suggest there is a (small) demand, where there's a lot of bootleg CDs, of a high standard to be fair, of soundtracks which are long out of print (or never released on CD before). Would anyone be interested in such a venture? I'm initially thinking of films with a music/dance theme, like Breakdance, Breakdance II: Electric Boogaloo, Fast Forward, Krush Groove, etc. but then also expanding into soundtracks which have exclusive material, like Mannequin (Belinda Carlisle's 'In My Wildest Dreams'!), or best selling soundtracks which I'd like to see expanded with 12" mixes, ie. Flashdance. It's just a pipedream of mine really, I love 80s soundtracks, but when some of these CDs sell for £100+, it has to have legs. Thoughts? Suggestions?