|My Vinyl Garden Grows|
My uncle just gave me a box of his old ones (most of which were bacon-rand-egg-y beyond repair). Including a few of his orphans I was able to rsalvage, as well as the odds and ends of my own, here's my current, rinky-rdink, ridiculously scattered list of vinyl albums.
Frampton Comes Alive!
Never too big into Journey, but figured I'd hold onto this one.
|3|| ||Elton John|
Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player
It's not quite Madman Across the Water, Honky Chateau, or Goodbye Yellow Brick
Road, sure, but it's damn respectable.
The Innocent Age
Because why not?
Thick as a Brick
The design of this set is fantastic.
The first vinyl I actually bought myself--mainly, I'll admit, because it was the only
way to get the CD. Still, not a bad entry point by any means.
|7|| ||Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky|
Symphony #6: Pathetique
Found this in an antique store in Paris. Putting it that way, I almost make myself
sound slightly cultured. Almost.
|8||Ghastly City Sleep|
Another case where vinyl was the only physical version available. And so begins
You got it.
Actually had the CD and ended up buying the deluxe vinyl set anyway. Totally
|12|| ||Red Apollo|
Ordered, but have yet to receive.
When Losing Everything Is Everything You Wanted