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What do you hate about LP's?

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Following on from the digital thread :)

Ebay sellers who say they use the record collector grading system then when you recieve your M/M record you realise that it's EX/VG at best.

New records that are warped.

the price of really decent albums.

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storage hassles to stop them warping, collecting static etc

getting up and down to prevent that orrible click click THUMP at the end

silly bastards you lend them to who use them as ashtrays/drink mats etc etc

the fact that all mine were pressed before 1997...making me feel even older than I really am.:(

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old fashioned, get with the modern world, digital is where it's at

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rudolph hucker wrote:

getting hold of em here in sweden.

Rudolph ,

do a search on google for Vinyl Tom , I'm sure he is based in Germany , very reasonable prices and loads of rarities , I got The Smiths ; Strangeways here we come on grey vinyl for under £10 :shock:sent to Scotland , in under a week , and it was Mint condition.

Does new and 2nd hand.;)

chezi.

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analoguekid wrote:

old fashioned, get with the modern world, digital is where it's at

just cos you can not get it to work:P

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dudywoxer wrote:

analoguekid wrote:
old fashioned, get with the modern world, digital is where it's at

just cos you can not get it to work:P

thats coz as a format it's already broken

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They remind of how young i was once. :cafe:

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