DJ's have made scratching into an art, capitalizing not only on the unique sound of a turntable needle meeting up with a record reversing directions, but also the sounds and grooves that you find on all those great LP's from back in the day.
Of course, the days of long play records are all but over, and have been for a while. So it only stands to reason that there are grooves out there that DJ's would love to use in their work, but don't have access to because they aren't on a record.
Well for one guy at least that isn't a problem. Check this out: