|Aids' Vinyl Pt. 1 Of 2|
I just catalogued my vinyl, so here's (the first part of) a list. Alphabetical
order cause that's the easiest, there are 118 in total if I counted correctly,
and this one cuts off right before The Mountain Goats :0
|1||A Place To Bury Strangers|
A Place To Bury Strangers
180 gram pink/gold swirl
|2||Thee Silver Mount Zion|
He Has Left Us Alone...
"A Silver Mt. Zion - He Has Left Us Alone but Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the
Corner of our Rooms?" - sputnik's db is kinda weird
their last EP, green coloured vinyl, 1 of 700 limited edition, only available on tour
(other colours sold online and in stores)
Merriweather Post Pavilion
|6|| ||Autstrian Symphony Orchestra (Edward Kilenyi, pianist|
Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1
(This is the best way I could think of to describe these classical records, which
were obviously written by someone else and have sometimes hundreds of different
releases by different orchestras and musicians.)
gotta have it (also, good job sputnik database!)
I have no recollection of buying this or seeing a band by that name. I'm guessing
they were an opener for a show I saw when I was really drunk/high and impulse
bought this EP? I don't know, it's pretty cool though.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
inherited from the parents
Purchased in Galway, Ireland when I saw them in 2009
Bon Iver, Bon Iver
beautiful artwork, great to have it full-size
|15|| ||Bon Iver|
single, the b-side is a Bonnie Raitt cover (he's so 80s) called I Can't Make You Love
Me/Nick Of Time
For Emma, Forever Ago
Naturally, for the complete collection (and this is obviously Justin Vernon's best
Box of Dub 2: Dubstep and Future Dub
Ambient 1: Music For Airports
mint-condition 1978 pressing for $25, good snag
buy this, buy the vinyl, buy ten
A Rush of Blood to the Head
"you own a Coldplay record?"
"you own two Coldplay records?"
Viva La Vida
"you own three Coldplay records?" yeah, I do
Nice, Nice, Very Nice
Signed by Dan Mangan
|25|| ||Dan Mangan|
7" single. A-side: We Want to Be Pleasantly Surprised, Not Expectedly Let Down.
B-Side: Stairway (Yukon Blonde cover)
|26||The Dave Brubeck Quartet|
RIP you god damn genius. This is the only jazz record I consistently enjoy.
white vinyl, purchased after being won over by their mindblowing set at Sasquatch
Empty Days and Sleepless Nights
I can't wait to be embarrassed that I own this... Not yet though!!
|29||Dharohar Project, Laura Marling, and Mumford & Sons |
10 inch special collaboration for record store day 2010 (I think). I bought it cause
there was nothing else good at my local store and it seemed interesting. It is, by
gotta have it
double 180 gram re-pressing (its first since 2000). It set me back a bit, but it was
definitely worth it.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Madman Across the Water
inherited from the parents, terrible condition
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About
double translucent orange vinyl, purchased at the only Hot Topic I have ever been
to, somewhere near the border in northern Washington (ps this is the best Glassjaw
album get at me)
|37||Godspeed You! Black Emperor|
|38||Godspeed You! Black Emperor|
Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...
|39||Godspeed You! Black Emperor|
Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
I still need the new oneeeeeeeeee
Victim Of A Song
It was free, is likely horrible, and I needed spare sleeves to protect the records
whose sleeves I have framed. This actual record is sitting in a bag somewhere
getting scratched to shit. Shouldn't even be included but it is cause lol.
there was a time when sputnik would have eaten this sort of indie-rock shit right
up, this time has apparently gone. Wherefore art thou, Adam Knott?
|43||How To Dress Well|
pink vinyl, signed by Tom Krell, bought when he played a show in my neighbourhood
which my friend and I tripped balls for (mdma). It was an unreal night, and I think I
nearly broke his hand when I shook it.
|44||In Medias Res|
It Was Warm and Sunny When We First Set Out
They put on a really, really, really good show (same venue as 43, very close to me)
so I impulse bought their record. It was a mistake cause the album turned out to
be just ok. Not bad, but not worth spending $20 on. They were local though and
still hadn't sold off their first issues though and were therefore completely enslaved
by their label, so I kinda felt bad. I'll sell it used for like $8-10 probably.
Signed by 3/9ths of the band after one of the most mind-blowing live shows of my
life. That drummer is my fuckin nigga. I took this video of "Vancouver" Skyline if
you care: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6TsttgDOZ8
|46|| ||James Last|
This Is James Last
7" clear vinyl, b-side: Sex and Dying in High Society (cover)
For Your Own Special Sweetheart
Blow by Blow
|52|| ||Jim Nabors|
Jim Nabors Sings The Lord?s Prayer and Other Assorted Songs
see #40 http://www.discogs.com/Jim-Nabors-Jim-Nabors-Sings-The-Lords-Prayer-
And-Other-Sacred-Songs/release/1760801 huge lols
|53||The Jimi Hendrix Experience|
Axis: Bold As Love
180 gram re-issue, sounds AMAZING
I won this at some music trivia thing in first year. University students don't know
shit about music that isn't country.
|55|| ||John Lennon|
3 7" singles that were released for record store day a few years back. I bought it
for my dad but stole it back when he never played them.
Unfinished Music No1: Two Virgins
absolutely awful, but this is a #rare and #controversial record so my dad bought it
for me when we spotted it in a NYC record store years ago
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
triple album with all sorts of alternate artwork
In the Court of the Crimson King
If you have a record collection without this album then you have failed at life and
should probably just swallow some knives.
white vinyl, bought at the most insane show I've ever seen (same venue as the
other ones, huzzah!) and I was sober and by myself. This guy is a god damn
genius and he tears the house down live. Do not miss if he plays near you.
Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...
double album, first record is white, second record has a cool etching on the d-side
white vinyl, signed by Laura thanks to Josh - an absolute hero
|64|| ||The Los Angeles Philharmonic (Zubin Mehta) |
Stravinsky: Le Sacre Du Printemps
essential piece of classical music
Crack The Skye
Friend and Foe
the front cover has the coolest rotating artwork that changes the mouths on the
cover and rotates through the track names
aka "BRO that's the music from that old-ass scary movie!!!"
Hymn To The Immortal Wind
fuck off new album, you suck so much dilch
O My Heart
It's been all downhill since this album got them "discovered", but nostalgia will
always keep me clinging to this as one of my favourite records produced by a local