When the Smallville record store was founded in 2005, people were surprised and regarded it as an experiment. Everybody discussed the downfall of vinyl sales and the upcoming market of downloads these days. Just a bunch of people regarded record shops, vinyl labels and wonderful warm sounding clubs as the places of true magic. Smallvilles finest Stefan Marx- who is responsible for all artwork-related things and therefore the visual impact that Smallville always had- got a call once at night from another one of those dreamers and activists, Ata Macias. He came up with the fabulous idea to create a standard 12inch cover saying: "Vinyl Kills MP3". This hilarious statement marked the end of the most boring debate. And here we are in 2015, we were all right to just do what we love.Smallville Records celebrate their 10th anniversary with the 3rd and 4th part of the Ways Series. It started in 2011 with Twentyfour Ways (Smallville 24)- a Various Artists 4 track-12 with timeless music only. It continued in 2013 with Smallville 35 (Thirtyfive Ways) same concept, different artists- and now its time for Smallville 44 and 45 (Fortyfour and Fortyfive Ways). These 2 are also released as a Smallville CD 10, 3 tracks of the older parts were added- eleven wonderful tracks of Smallvilles favourite producers and family members.After Ten Years, a label like Smallville still proves that only living your dream with the sweet support of so many artists and DJs is what counts in a microcosm that fills the hearts with warmth and love. With a tracklisting featuring STL, Christopher Rau, Moomin, LAmour Fou (a new project by Move D and his two friends Marco and Benoit), Kornél Kovacs, Smallpeople, Juniper and many more, Smallville Records is happy to thank all supporters, fans and dancers worldwide!