|Most Of My Vinyl Collection|
Most of my vinyl collection so far. I have been collecting since about early 2012 and it is still growing.
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Let There Be Rock
|3|| ||The Beatles|
Introducing... The Beatles
A very rare LP my dad gave me. Might sell it someday, even though it isn't in the best of condition.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
I paid a lot of money ($35) for this LP, it was worth it.
My favorite Beatles LP, it even had the posters and everything. I paid $25 for this LP, and boy was it worth it. One of my prized possessions.
I have two copies of this record, one printed by Apple Records in terrible condition that I hung on my wall. I also have one from Capitol Records which I use for listening. Before you ask, I wish I had every Beatles LP especially Rubber Soul and Revolver, but they don't pop up much.
As of writing, I just got this LP. Great record but not their best IMO.
My favorite Black Flag album.
Slip It In
I'll tell you, it was pretty awkward buying this with my family. Pretty good record, just shaky and a bit all over the place.
This was at my record store for a while in a display case. After months of being there, I asked if I could buy just the record. Sure enough I could, it was a bit dusty but I cleaned it off and it played very well. Great creepy record.
I bought this one brand new and it was a great decision. It was my first heavy metal album in my vinyl, I have a lot of heavy metal CDs. The second side is the best.
Master of Reality
My favorite Sabbath record. One of the first Doom and Stoner metal records.
Absolutely astonishing album. One of the first records I ever bought.
Don't Look Back
I've only listened to this once or twice to be honest. It was a great record, I'm just not a big fan of these guys. I have a friend who recommended it to me though so I got it. It also has a really cool cover.
|15|| ||David Bowie|
The Rise and of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders of Mars
Bought this in October when I went Salem, MA. I was bored so I looked up if there were any record stores nearby and sure enough there were quite a few. I got this and some other great stuff as well.
|16||Dave Brubeck Quartet|
I remember going into one of my drum lessons the day after Dave Brubeck died and my teacher played me some songs from this. I knew I had to find a copy and sure enough, after about half a year I found one for $10 waiting for me. I love this record, absolutely amazing playing all around.
My dad is a huge fan of this band so I figured I would pick it up to make him happy. I like this album a lot as well.
Perfect record. I looked for this album for quite a while just because of the cool cover. When I listened to it, I was stunned. Everything was so cool and perfect. One of my favorite LPs I own.
Overall a pretty nice album. Never been a huge fan of these guys but I appreciate them.
|20|| ||Dire Straits|
Brother in Arms
See my opinion on their first album.
I was searching for this album for a while as well because I loved "Break on Through" and "Soul Kitchen". The whole album blew me away though, one of my favorite albums. I also got it signed by John Densmore so I consider it a prized possession. I doubt I will ever sell it.
Their creepiest record. Very dark and mystical. I also love the cover.
Waiting for the Sun
Never understood why so many peopled don't like this record. One of my favorite LPs and also the first Doors albums I owned.
The Soft Parade
Not their best, but some really good songs are on this LP.
I have the original cover on this one, I guess since it's on vinyl. Pretty good live album.
I don't have the original but this is still a great record to own.
|27||Electric Light Orchestra|
Out of the Blue
My dad said this was his favorite LP as a kid. He bought it for me, and I like it but I don't love it like he does I guess.
Wow, what an album. I searched for about a year for this LP and when I found it I was ecstatic.
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
One of my favorite LPs I own. So weird and awesome. Really sucks you into the concept of the album.
Great album. Not their best but a great album nonetheless.
|31|| ||Grateful Dead|
Blue for Allah
I searched for this forever because of the cover. One of their best albums.
My first Dead album. I don't like the first side but the second side is great.
I only bought this for "Fire on the Mountain" and "I Need a Miracle". Other than that, this album is really shaky. Disco sucks.
One of the first records I ever bought.
|35||The Jimi Hendrix Experience|
The sleeve isn't in good condition but the records were.
Screaming for Vengeance
A great record, only Priest album I own.
In the Court of the Crimson King
Wow, what an amazing record. Robert Christgau is stupid.
In the Wake of Poseidon
Another great album, kind of a copy of the first one though. Jazzier also.
Welcome to Sky Valley
God, I looked hard for this LP. I finally just went to Ebay and bought it. Amazing record in case you didn't read my review.
I looked forever for this LP.
Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin III
Underrated. Most Zep fans love it, but the outsiders usually don't see this as one of their best for some reason.
Led Zeppelin IV
Wow, one of the best albums ever. This was my first Zeppelin album and it really knocked my socks off.
Houses of the Holy
Not perfect, but it showed a lot of Led Zeppelin's creativeness. I don't like "D'yer Maker" but everything else is awesome.
Led Zeppelin's White Album. It is unfocused and all over the place but that is the best part, variety. One of the best records I own also for it's unique packaging.
Nice and consistent LP, cool artwork as well.
In Through the Out Door
Shaky and weird. It has some great songs such as "In The Evening" and "Carouselambra". But most of it is too different for me.
|48||Nine Inch Nails|
Pretty Hate Machine
The first record I bought. Great album.
|49||Nine Inch Nails|
The Downward Spiral
Amazing and deep album. One of my favorite albums ever.
Super underrated. Just got this and it is probably Nirvana's heaviest album.
I looked for quite a while for this record. "Echoes" is so amazing. Wish I had more of the band's early material.
The Dark Side of the Moon
One of the first albums I bought. It really pulls you into another universe.
Wish You Were Here
Awesome album. Really emotional. R.I.P Syd Barrett.
Underrated. Probably because all the songs are either 1 minute long or over 6 minutes long. Really honest and meaningful album. It also made me go out and read Animal Farm.
Words cannot express my love for this album. It gets so down in the dumps at points and ends with such happiness in a way. One of the first records I owned.
|56||Queens of the Stone Age|
Awesome record. It shows that rock isn't dead yet. Also, the vinyl is called "Rated X" and has some porn in the gatefold.
|57||Queens of the Stone Age|
I got this one RSD Black Friday so I have a limited edition black version. Took a while to really appreciate but it grew on me and now I really love it.
My dad gave me these records because he is a huge fan of them. He claims to have liked them since the beginning. The band's name is also my Dad's initials.
Lifes Rich Pageant
Big Swing Face
Since I am a drummer, I have to own at least one Buddy Rich album.
|63||The Rolling Stones|
Only Stones LP I own. I would have more but the good ones don't come up very much.
Fly By Night
Wow, this was a great and strange record.
Caress of Steel
Underrated as hell. Yeah, there are some weird songs such as "I Think I'm Going Bald". But the rest is great.
One of their best.
Grace Under Pressure
If I could I would own every Rush LP. This LP is pretty good.
Really different, but still a nice album. Would have been better if it wasn't a Rush album probably.
Great album with a cool cover.
One of my favorites LPs. I have the hasheeshian edition which is cool.
|72||Sir Lord Baltimore|
Super underrated and often forgotten.
Age of Winters
Nice metal album. Heavy, but the production kind of sucks.
This album has a double groove which is really cool.
Only two Tool albums I could find for an affordable price.
All the U2 records are my dad's that he gave me. He has all the originals.
One of their best albums and one of the best of the 80s.
The Unforgettable Fire
The Joshua Tree
|81||The Velvet Underground|
The Velvet Underground & Nico
Super weird and experimental, especially for the time it was.
Women and Children First
My favorite VH record.
The Who Sell Out
The first album I ever listened to all the way through. My favorite Who record.
Great album. Not their best though.
Great album, I think it is overrated though.
Live At Leeds
The best live album ever. Just pure, heavy rock. My Generation is like a punk rock song here.
The Who By Numbers
Close to the Edge