Tell me your 10/10 vinyl album and why...
(I'm expanding my collection)
In my opinion, you should just explore more digitally before you commit to buying records. Speaking from experience, you'll end up with like 20 albums that you don't listen to that you bought on a whim and now wish you wouldn't have.
It's much better to let nature bring things to you that you love. Listen to more stuff online. There's a whole internet of music for you, you don't need to take random recommendations on how to waste your money.
Panties are pretty cheap, you can always browse someone else's record collection. The type of people who own lots of records would pay you money to browse their collection in just panties.
This. If you want to just buy records without listening to them, it's only worthwhile if they are rare and obscure records you can't find online because that's how gems are found.
I wouldn't mind an 1996 pressing of "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness"
the current list of the ones i want are as follows (i'm poor):
sergio mendes - brasil 66
the third wave - here and now
death grips - no love deep web
death grips - exmilitary
boards of canada - music has the rights to children
david bowie - heroes
david bowie - low
david bowie - station to station
amon dull ii - yeti
aphex twin - selected ambient works 85-92
devo - are we not men?
iggy pop - the idiot
j dilla - donuts
radiohead - amnesiac
sir charles hughes - dynomite (black dynamite ost if possible)
Honestly, I'm not a big fan of BoC on vinyl, Geogaddi runs like fuck 12 minutes per side? Kinda breaks immersion a little having to get up so often. I don't mind with other artists but for me, BoC is about sitting back, closing your eyes and opening your mind. So personally, I think CD is the optimal listening experience.
Assuming you haven't already, OP, then ITCOTCK and Red sound great on vinyl. But with ITCOTCK, only by an original or one of the 2010 200gm repressings, pretty much everything other pressing in between was taken from second generation tapes, so the quality isn't as high. (I think the original masters were only found in 2005?)
Pic related is the record I'm fondest of in my collection
>old roommate buys this album before even listening just because he is an accountant is *literally* swimming in money
>he doesn't like it
>tell him I'll give him 75% of the price of the local record store for it
>he wants to keep it
>never listened to it once as long as we lived together
The packaging of the album is perfect
I really like the packaging and color for The Blood Brother's Crimes 1st pressing.
Numbered, silk screened, light blue/white marble.