are any of you guys into collecting vinyl?show record players, sound systems, vinyl collections, great records, sleeves, awesome cover art etc. etc.
Limited pressing of population override by buckethead
Mostly I just get stuff if it's cheap, or never been reissued (which is thousands of records)Buying new records for twenty+ bucks makes no sense to me
I'm not at home but I have the original cover edition of Slippery When Wet. Also the Lynyrd Skynyrd album with the fire on it.
>>75127814>are any of you guys into collecting vinyl?This is an 18+ board, so...
>>75127925This. The only new records i have are limited or gifts.
I have one of the LUM box sets, Mac Plus is pre ordered. Scum Fuck Flower Boy limited golden press is on its way... I hope.
>>75127925Same man, unless its something I know wont be repressed for awhile
>>75127954So why arent you in class jimmy?
It's enough for my humble dorm room, I buy about 2 records a week on average
Yes, got about 400 LP/12'' but i have some really rare stuff there. Plus got about 100+ 7' with lots of funk, rock and soul. Mostly collect old obscure stuff thats rare or obscure. The newest one i have is Madlib - Shades Of Blue, European pressing.
>>75128574Shit, used obscure 2 times.
>>75127954My dad is under 18?
how the fuck do you guys afford to keep this hobby up?
not a great picture but here's my collection so far, been collecting since aprilloveless, no world for tomorrow, crack the skye, leviathan, portal of I, citadel, the planets and ok computer all currently in the mail arriving hopefully within the next week
>>75128708Buy used vinyl, most record in vg comdition are like $6 or less. I picked up rumors by fleetwood for like 7 i think
>>75128751do you buy online or in stores? there aren't really any second hand vinyl stores near where i live
>>75128783https://www.discogs.com/not that guy but this is where myself and most people I know buy records onlineit's such a nice website, I use it to catalog my stuff as well
Thrift store find. Kickstarted my interest in vinyl
>>75128797really? i can never find stuff i want on there for less thgan $10 before shipping
>>75129005depends what you're looking for I guess, I got a great copy of brothers in arms for like $8if you're looking at reissues then they're gonna be like $20+
>>75128797can i trust the condition on discogs? if it says VG will it actually be very good?
>>75129088you can trust that vg+ really is vg+ and vg really is vg and so on, but you should look up, what each conditions means. i think you can also do that on the website
>>75129088yeah I've always had great luck looking on discogs, although I tend to buy new stuff if I can just to be safe unless I absolutely can't buy a new copy or it's outrageous in price
>>75129088depends on the seller, you can also check on their feedback. also doesn't hurt to message the seller for pictures if you're concerned
>>75129005discogs is only good if you live in america, i'm a britbong and it's not all that cheap here
>>75127814I've been collecting for about 2 1/2 years, started with a good pile of stuff from my Dad's old collection, built up just over 300 records so far. Its a fun hobby, honestly I mostly picked it up because I love going to the record store with friends/family who are also into it, its like a day out. Go to the record store, get one or two cool finds, come back home and listen to them.
>>75128727all that new-pressed.... must've costed you a fortuneyou should look into getting CTTE and Fragile original pressed. They go for way cheaper and sound better. I got my copy of CTTE for 8 bucks.
>>75129184The marketplace can be filtered by uk anon so it's no more expensive.
>>75128104Pro tip: clean the lens of your phone camera. It's greasy.>>75127894Same with you.
>>75130416>inplying anyone but you actually cares
Would anyone here ever blow 80 bucks on one record if you really wanted it? I'm tempted but wary.
Hey can help me with something. I bought these 2 punk records and they are US pressing and I have UK record player but they don't seem to play at the right speed. They are both to be played at 45rpm but they both just sound slightly too slow. What's the deal?
>>75131492Do you have manual speed adjustment?
>>75131535Nah only a button to select between 45 and 33
>>75131033Depends. I want a copy of Duster's Stratosphere but one only crops up on Discogs every couple of months for like $200. Don't think I ever paid more than like $40 for record and those were 2XLPs
>>75127894buckethead comes out with a new LP every weeknot that interesting
>>75129088As long as you know those terms are euphemisms. I wouldn't recommend grabbing a disc that is under EX-, VG covers are personal preference I guess, just ask for photos.
Just got the vinyl pressing of Unknown Rains. Entire Collection:https://www.discogs.com/user/darumswizel/collection
>>75131033If it's worth it to you. I have spent weird amounts on certain records and it all boils down to whether you want it that bad, how likely you are to see it again, whether it's pure gouging (you could maybe message the guy if the there's no offer option, sometimes it works to lower the price), etc. In the last couple years I've bought a NMH boxset for 125, Bibio - Fi for 55 (before the repress), an old record of Timothy Leary talking about LSD for 40, two Hot Fuss bootlegs for 65. You don't even wanna know how much I spent on Exmilitary when I first started collecting. But I've also sold a good number for 100 bucks or more, so it all depends. Usually my instinct tells me to just do it.
>>75128727this is bait ... nearly got me anon
rate my purchases from this year
>>75132395Except that isn't part of the pike series, which also is just digital done by him at home, population override is closer to thanatopsis as its a trio and 99% improvised.
Question: do you buy cheap, old 50s through 80s records for the quantity and varying quality or do you buy modern, more expensive reissues and recent releases?I've gotten more into scowering through the bottom bins of my local record shop for things that look neat. I'd rather get 5 or 6 older albums than 1 newer one for the same price
>>75132721if the album came out before 1990 I'll tend to go for the original pressing, even if its more expensive, although 99% of the time its not
these are my favorites i guess
>>75132776and this is my most favorite which i forgot to post previously
>>75132487good cop, anon
>>75127925I do it with some new releases, like (just for example) the new Caretaker that's coming out soon, I will for sure buy that for 20 bucks because I love the music and want the physical thing
>>75127954what did he mean by this?
Found this somehow at my local place. Seemed like the kind of thing that I would have to get
>>75132847ranma is better
best sound system for price?
>>75129282exactly this for me too, both my mother and sister loves it too so it's a nice thing to do every once in a while. although I realised I was spending too much on it so I'm down to a maximum of 1 record/month if it's a new one now
>>75132861I don't watch anime
I just started collecting vinyl records and those are my purchase from last month.
anyone wants to buy burial's untrue and s/t bundled?
I have a jvc l-a10 but have few records because I have shitty speakers. What speakers should I get?
Most of these are original presses, minus a few
>>75133164Are these stacked or did your phone rotate the pic
>>75133265Of course not A true patrician roates his photos of his collection for everyone's convenience
I started back in marchComing along quite nicely
>>75133301ouch, you should not post that here. though I actually like that Twenty one pilots and Of monsters and men. If not bait, I respect you dude
>>75133070what pressing of Tarkus is that? I've never seen a copy with the text at the bottom
>>75133386Not bait at all, I just don't really care what the overall thoughts on them are. (Did wish I could get my hands on the S/t ToP instead of Vessel, s/t is vastly superior)
Stagnant Pools- GeistJON HASSELL BRIAN ENO-POSSIBLE MUSICS FOURTH WORLD VOL 1Zs - New Slaves Part IiPan American - Quiet CityFripp & Eno - Evening StarThis Will Destroy You - Field StudiesJune of 44 - Four Great PointsDANNY PAUL GRODY Between Two WorldsThe Drift- BLUE HOUR King Crimson- Red (Got an extra copy)Brian Eno & David Bryne- My Life in the Bush of Gosts (2006 Remaster) (Got an extra copy)Headboggle- Head BoggleSimon Goff - HueRobert Hampson- Suspended Cadence Jemh Circs- self-titled JAWS- Key to the Universe (would sell it) The Matrix OST MGR- Wavering on the Crest Ulan Bator- Abracadabra Dj Shadow- Endtroducing [6 LP][Deluxe Edition]Mike Cooper- Light on the Wall BLUE SABBATH BLACK CHEER- Mistake of a Small Bird King Crimson- Starless and Black Bible Deafheaven- DemoBright like the Sun- s/tRussian Circles- Empros The Voloptulist- The New Blockaders / Thurston Moore / Jim O'Rourke O))) Presents Pentemple- Pentemple Sunn o)))- Grimmrobes Demos Yndi Halda- Under Summer The Incredible String Band- I looked up & No Ruinous Feud & The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter Stars of the Lid- Avec
>>75132635Digging that Chronic town EP. What's different with the Japanese release? How much did that cost?
Wait, are reissues and modern pressings lower quality than originals?
>>75133460It was pressing in México, where i bought it as well
How do I properly find people interested in buying vinyl, have a lot to sell but having a hard time reaching out to the public.
>>75133151ELAC Debut or UB5
>>75134003r/vinylcollectors >>75133711pressing technology has come a very far way. When an album is remastered, it's typically being overseen by the artist themselves. Take King Crimson's Red for example or even Led Zeppelin's BBC sessions. Both Robert Fripp and Jimmy Page oversaw the remastering process of each release. If Fripp or Page says "yep, that sounds fucking dope", then it's objectively the best release. Let that marinate in your brain for a few minutes. I bought the Slint Spiderland reissue (because I'm not a fucking idiot) and it sounds SUPREME.
>>75134003shoot me a message on reddit (yes, it's a fucking sewer, but I have no problem making money there) Skinny-fisted
>>75132635>France Demo tapesvery nice, I have the same. I also have Electric Pure land and a bootleg of 77 live. and Yaneura 1979 on cassette. Les Rallizes is really great to have physical copies of imo
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>>75134475>>75134494>>75134512your dad's collection is pretty awesome
>>75134512As a whole with the system.>>75134567Can't be my dads, there's no Wang Chung in it....
Im currently away from my collection, but heres my discogs.https://www.discogs.com/user/Ferrochrome/collection
>>75131033spent 250 on a spiritualized record because the new ones are shit. def. worth it
>>75131033I paid 80 bucks for Fragile Deviations, so yea, fuck it.
>>75134870>>75134838>rare vinyl in the digital age. Give it a few years, everything will be repressed.
>>75133548>Avec LaundenumNice nice
The USA was $3, the Buckley was 75 cents
>>75127894mother of fuck I've loved this album since I was a teen, I'm pretty jealous man
>>75135572Thanks mate, it's one of my favorites too, definitely a different side of buckethead.
Down for trading or buying whatever.
>>75127954kids don't have the disposable income for records and would rather spend their limited money it on video games or some shit
>>75133301nice taste senpai. I didn't know they did a vinyl run of My Head Is An Animal>>75134003put your stuff up for sale on Discogs my good man
>>75131033Nigga I'd blow a couple thousand for a Good+ original pressing of Dark Side of the Moon if I had the money.
>>75133164show full cover of led zeppelin pls
>>75133711Most, but not all. Just like what the other anon said, vinyl reissues supervised by the artists are pretty much guaranteed to be excellent, if not better than the original, and so are recordings mastered by competent engineers and such, instead of run-of-the-mill in-house cutters. Just a matter of researching.
>>75129088I work at a record store and VG can be pretty dang bad.
>>75137909that says more about your store's standards of what constitutes VG desu
>>75128104>buy two a week on averageAbsolute madman. How the hell do you do it? I've toned it down to two a month and my collection is running rampant. Absolutely out of control
>>75137646tfw my dad had literally every single pink floyd album on original pressing vinyl and my grandpa threw it all away
>>75138009I wish I'd never discovered bandcamp, so many artists I've learned about from there have done vinyl pressings and my collection has just exploded since then.
>>75133164>hot ratsmy dude i am legit jealous. is that and the captain beefheart original pressings as well?
>>75138093lol I feel that. god help me if I see "Only [#] left in Stock!/"
>>75138142I felt genuinely dirty after I saw the Floral Shoppe vinyl page and saw they were still in stock, and not in a good way. I don't even fucking like that album, I think it's trash, but something clicked inside my head and I had to buy it if only so I could flip it later on.I think I have a legitimate problem.
>>75138203>tfw when did this with 2 8 4 1 Dont really like it, will sell it. Its not really that big of a deal, I mean its appealing to know that its worth money. The pre orders went up on ebay for like 300 right? Either way if you find yourself buying too much, put a monthly limit on yourself, or make a list of your vinyls and make sure you are actually listening to them regularly instead of them just sitting on the shelf serving no purpose
>>75138262>The pre orders went up on ebay for like 300 right?Yeah, but OESBee issued a statement saying they'd be doing enough pressings that people wouldn't have to rely on extortionate scalper prices on discogs/ebay. I don't believe that for a second though, no indie label like OESBee is gonna be able to produce enough wax to devalue scalpers. Even if I can't flip it for 300, I expect to at least be able to get twice what I paid. People seem to go apeshit for that album, I don't understand it.>2 8 4 1Which one? I did the same, so far I only really liked Rain Temple.
>>75138346the 2814 and 新しい日の誕生 double album. I mean its chill music but if I can make that kind of cash I'm not all that attached to it. Although, I def see the appeal as a piece of musical history. I mean Floral Shoppe literally spawned its own meme genre
how do i get loveles on vinyl
>>75138671Bootlegs, unless you feel like scouring record stores around the world for a copy that'll cost you less than the $150+ you'll have to pony up on discogs or ebay.Unless you're a hardcore collector, there's no reason not to buy the bootleg anyway.
>>75138733umm.. where do i buy bootlegs? I have no idea.
>>75138474Didn't see the repress for 2814 huh? Your shit just went to 25% value tops
>Tfw grandparents send you their old records and you see duran duran - rio artwork in person for the first time
>>75138823>grandparents listened to duran duranhow fucking young are you dude
>>75138860duran duran is pop music and anyone older than 30 might have had it in their collection
>>75138860>1982 was 35 years ago
>>75138896Fuck I'm old. I remember when "Hungry like the Wolf" was new.
>>75138896my grandparents have virtually nothing but fucking perry como records, we're talking about people old enough to be your parents' parents, it's unthinkable that anybody that old would have anything positive to say about duran duran
>tfw got my loveless bootleg in the mail todaysounds wonderful too, glad I didn't have to shell out $150+ for an original pressing
>>75139189help a nigga out >>75138746
>>75139216I randomly looked on ebay, saw a listing that was bid only and had a day left on it, bidded on it last second and won it for like $24I'm not sure how else you could do it because discogs doesn't allow most bootlegs anymore
>tfw you work at a record store and know how to grade records>tfw you can find 99 cent records that are really just dirty and use the store's VPI to vacuum suck all the dust out of them, shine 'em up, and turn a 99 cent record that people thought was trash into a strong VG+ copy>tfw your boss cuts you deals on shit because you snag obscure and weird stuff that sits in the racks forever
>>75139276Sounds like the good life anonGot any particularly great recoveries/scores?
>>75132847Didn't VirginVS do one of the songs for that show?
>>75139474Let's see...The time I got a copy of Eno's Taking Tiger Mountain for free because "you've been kicking ass lately"Getting an OG press of the Ramones' s/t (with the typos) for like 20 bucks (usually ~$80) as a christmas presentBeing given a rare Elvin Jones record for freeGetting hot discounts on everythingBeing the sole reason my store stocks the latest Superior Viaduct reissues or weird shit like Autechre, Les Rallizes Denudes, Tony Conrad, etx
>>75138671Wait for the Kevin Shields-official vinyl reissue coming soon
>>75139868Nice, my man. You're living the dream right there. I'm kinda ready for the vinyl resurgence bubble to pop so the prices of new records can settle down a bit
>>75139947Naw, just enjoying my work while i'm there. I'll miss the job and the discounts + learning so much about records when I leave soon, but bigger fish to fry and all thatI really don't think the price of new is too bad unless you're on some 3LP deluxe set type shit. Most smaller acts keep their things priced pretty reasonably. One of my favorite LPs of the year is about 16 bucks brand new
>>75139986Maybe its just where I live (Los Angeles) but the average new single LP is around $22-25And yeah, I didn't mean as a 20-30+ year gig, but working in a record store for a while in your youth and getting sweet deals and life experience is the dream for a lotta guys.
My local store is so picked through I'm amazed I'm able to find anything at all.
My most valuable item is a sealed, original pressing of Exmilitary. Next most valuable is probably a 7" purple RSD release of Artic Monkey's "R U Mine"
I'm interested, but so far unsold on vinyl. I've heard a tiny bit of the vinyl gets destroyed with each play, is this true? What can I get from vinyl that I can't get from a digital format, beyond owning a physical copy? Also, are genres outside of rock, jazz and disco on vinyl? Can I get my favorite artists on vinyl, or is it just the basic styles of music that get placed on the format? Sell me on vinyl, /mu/.
>>75141432>I've heard a tiny bit of the vinyl gets destroyed with each play, is this true?the tiniest, most miniscule amountyou would have to play a record literally non-stop for months, maybe years, before you noticed the quality degradation>What can I get from vinyl that I can't get from a digital format, beyond owning a physical copy?pretty much owning a physical copy, having the art in 12" print and the tactile ritual of unsleeving the record and prepping it for play if that's your jamif not, that's your deal man, you do you>Also, are genres outside of rock, jazz and disco on vinyl?virtually every genre exists on vinyl, there are two stores near me that specialize in techno/EDM shit>Can I get my favorite artists on vinyl who are your favorite artists? need more to go on to answer that one bud>or is it just the basic styles of music that get placed on the format? I don't know what you mean by this>Sell me on vinyl, /mu/noI'm not a marketer, just a dude who likes records, I'll answer your questions but it's up to you to decide if you wanna take the leap and start buying physical
does anyone have experience with shipping records? i've amassed way to many records that I don't really want anymore and i kinda got screwed when i sold a couple back to a record store, rather sell on discogs. im not sure where to get those record mailers other than online. also if there's anything to know about keeping shipping costs as low as possible.
>>75141589can't really help with the rest of your post but I can answer this>also if there's anything to know about keeping shipping costs as low as possibleyes, charge them the full amount for shipping
>>75141432If you use a decent turntable (not a cheap suitcase record player) and take good care of your records, they'll probably last around 1000 playbacks until sound degradation starts happening. Which is basically a lifetime.>What can I get from vinyl that I can't get from a digital format, beyond owning a physical copy?The appeal to vinyl is very subjective imo, which basically is not the same for everyone, but for me, the "vinyl experience/ritual" and all that, putting the needle on the record and chilling while listening to it, and the package makes it all worth it. If you're still skeptical about it, I'd recommend not diving into vinyl right now.>Also, are genres outside of rock, jazz and disco on vinyl?Electronic is great on vinyl (inb4 >le digital music on vinyls lol xddddd)>Can I get my favorite artists on vinyl, or is it just the basic styles of music that get placed on the format?Check Discogs
I've been using an LP60 for a few years now. It seems fine. No complaints. Should I upgrade?
>>75142073If you got the money and really like vinyl upgrading to a 120 wouldn't be a bad idea. I'd say wait and see if you can find a good deal on a secondhand one. If you hunt around and be patient you could probably get a good deal on one from a local record/secondhand/electronics store. Technics, Onkyo, Pioneer, and Rega are good brands to look for but if it's got a counterweight it's probably good.
>>75142230Alright, thanks dude. Solid advice.I've been meaning to look into upgrading for a while, but I've heard the LP60 pretty heavily slated around here since I bought it a few years back and I've been pretty confused by it every time because all the research I did beforehand said there was nothing wrong with it as a starter table and it's been absolutely fine so far without putting so much as a scratch on my records. What would the benefits of shelling out for a better turntable be? What can I actually expect for the money?
Don't collect vinyl, collect CDs. Have over 360 CDsOnly own four vinyl records (three of them are Death Grips - Bottomless Pit in yellow) and my 4th one is Golf Instructions by Arnold Palmer. One of my favorite physical mediums I own
>>75142290>What would the benefits of shelling out for a better turntable be? What can I actually expect for the money?Pretty much the fact you can adjust VTA, anti-skating, capability of swapping cartridges etc. for best sound and be gentler on your records.
>>75128727>In Flames>Coheed and CambriaMy man
>>75127954whatever you meant by this you're fucking dumb
>>75133301>de staatmijn neger
>>75127925I prefer used stuff anyway. As long as the condition isn't fucking horrible. I actually like the pops and wear, gives it character, which is the whole reason to use vinyl in the first place, for me, anyway. I want to get a better system, though. I have a player with a built in amp and okayish speakers I got for like $70 on sale (originally like a $150 setup I think) but I want to put together something kinda nice for a few hundred. And I need to find a shelf at a thrift store or something that doesn't break the bank.
Literally just started today. Picked up some real fun stuff, though.The Replacements - Let It BeNew Order - BrotherhoodPixies - DoolittleAnd Alexisonfie's Crisis for my old chef.
Got this at a local record store a couple days ago. It's an unofficial release of leaked Nirvana demos and outtakes on yellow vinyl. Side A from Nevermind era, Side B from In Utero. Banned on discogs so that's cool
3 most listened to
Just picked up a nice lot of 45s for $40 off of Craigslist. Close to 500 records in total. Found some gold, mostly really rare northern soul and white label promos. Gonna make a killing flipping these.https://www.discogs.com/user/TheWitchfinder/collection?sort=added&sort_order=desc&layout=big&limit=100&folder=0
>vinylI dare you to find me a bigger waste of time and money
I've started about a year ago, when I moved into my own place and had the space to put together a new shelf, get some standing speakers, etc.I like collecting vinyl as a supplement to the rest of my place and habits which is mostly all digital now; I have Sonos connected amps/soundbar, but a turntable so I can hear a record all through my house. I buy new records, since I don't see much point in CDs, since they come with download codes and makes it easy.I definitely wish the area I was in had more in the way of old records to go and find, but for now I'm satisfying myself by grabbing any current issued versions of my favourite albums, special releases, etc. Helps that I work somewhere that stocks new releases.Few favourite things I've tracked down or got recently:>the NMH complete works box set, wonderful to have it all in one place>Watain's "The Wild Hunt" special box, cool reissue of an old demo and and some other bits and pieces>3LP extended version of Boris' "Pink", fuck me this whole thing goes so hard>mewithoutYou's whole discog minus one album, the reissued their first album and EP recently>Neurosis' reissues are fantastic, super heavy duty covers and great new artwork, picked up my 4 favourite>recently also finished my collection of Nick Cave records, my fave artist, have every Bad Seeds/Birthday Party recording ever put on vinyl as far as I can tellGear is an AT LP-5, and some Dali Zensors as primary speakers.
>>75141432Part of the appeal for me is that it's really the only way to physically own music media that makes any sense, at least in my eyes.I mean, it supports the artist in some way, you get the most physical form of music you can really buy. Why pay for digital, or even a CD when a record comes with a code anyway? That's my thinking at least.>What records are you guys trying to get a hold of?I really wan to finish my set of Gorillaz with that nice red Demon Days pressing but people are asking too much for it, maybe at some point.Also need to pick up a copy of QoTSA's Era Vulgaris and SFTD, got the limited version of Villains and loved the prints (might hang a couple) and now want to go get the rest.
I've been collecting for about 12 years now, prety much as soon as I got into music I started picking up vinyl as the main physical format for albums. According to Discogs I currently have 255 LP's/12"s, 114 7"s and 17 10"s. In recent years I've done ocasional purges of records and got rid of a lot of the shit that I used to pick up in bargain bins and thrift stores. I realised I was filling shelves with battered crap and was never listening to it anyway. I used to always buy the more random/"limited" albums so would never actually have the albums I want to listen to by a specific band. I now mainly focus on getting the actual good "canon" albums by bands even if it means buying much less records than before. Last 10 or so records bought were these:Flower Travellin Band - AnywhereGNOD - Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death MachineGrails - Doomsdayer's HolidayMark Leckey - Fiorucci Made Me HardcoreGauze - Gauze (Bootleg compilation)James Ferraro - ClearAmerican Football - American Football 2xLP Red DeluxeMBV - Loveless (Bootleg)Oneohtrix Point Never - ReplicaKamasi Washington - The Epic 3xLPRide - Nowhere 2xLP Limited EditionAsva - What You Don't Know Is Frontier 2xLP
>>75148690Getting a college degree
>>75132776Sung Tongs vinyls got restocked if you're interested
>>75138100Hot Rats is original press, Safe As Milk is a repress, and TMR is a Reprise repress