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Anyone collect vinyl?

 

Started a few years ago with bands I like, most collectable being my Slipknot - Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. coloured vinyls - 4 colours 200 of each worldwide (although am considering letting these go).

More recently have got into collecting movie soundtracks/scores on coloured vinyl and picture discs.

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Been a vinyl collector for many years, started back in the early 80's before cd's were out with Iron Maiden LP's. Got a big Maiden collection, including all the singles on both 12 and 7inch picture disc, box sets, all the albums on original first pressings, promo singles etc. Also have a big Motley Crue collection including many picture discs never released in the UK. In recent years I've been collecting Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, Cradle Of Filth and a lot of Norwegian Black Metal on vinyl as well as older artists like Pink Floyd, Bowie and alot of 70's prog LP's

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2 hours ago, nefilim said:

@RhodW

Yep.

Started at ... well 80s.

Have pretty nice collection of lp's, 12"s and 7". Inherited some from my father. Some pretty rare stuff. Original Stones. Beatles. etc.

@ukade2327 @psychoscot

 

Yep , been collecting vinyl since the late 70's , had a massive collection up until Around '84 when I purchased a CD Player and like an idiot sold loads of my vinyl collection for a pittance to buy CDs , but I still have my massive JD/NO collection which I will never sell , in fact still adding to now and again when something interesting comes along.....also kept my Stranglers and Buzzcocks collection which is still being extended now and again too , recently been listening to Interpol  , courtesy of @nefilim and am slowly tracking down their vinyl catalogue .......

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I've started collecting vinyl the same way I started collecting blu-ray: Without even having the possibility to play them ?

I've been collecting music since tapes (MCs), the first ones being audio plays - but I was happy when CDs and MP3s came around, so since the 90s (I was born beginning of the 80s) I collected CDs and did never own a vinyl and had no interest in them.

Then my favorite German band (ASP) released a vinyl in 2006, and I had to have it, even though I did not have a record player. Luckily they included a CD, but it was just this bundle - and the band was so proud because they always wanted to produce a vinyl and this was their first. I remember when I opened the vinyl and held it between my hand, something happened with me. This felt so different, so strangely wonderful. I bought a second vinyl in 2010, again by ASP, and then my very first Picture Vinyl 7" single, because it was one of my favorite songs by Evanescence. I especially loved the great artwork on the big format. On how much more this felt like a quality piece (totally different to the jewel case CDs). I think I had around 10 records until I finally got myself a record player.

I soon also stumbled upon labels, such as "Music on Vinyl", "Invada Records", "Spacelab9" and "Mondo" who produce absolutely stunning records for soundtracks, so also my love for movies could be - way better - expressed via vinyl. I have more soundtracks on vinyl than on CD.

Compared to other collections my is laughably small; I have more movies (~500 BDs + ~150 DVDs) than records - but my 120 vinyl records are really selected with a few really great gems, if you ask me, such as

 

Of course I just picked the soundtracks, to not get too Offtopic ;)
If you are interested, look me up on Discogs (pygospa), for my entire collection - if you'd like to see some detailed pictures you can always ask me, and I will post them for you. However, I am pretty bad in keeping Discogs up to date. This year for instance I bought a couple of vinyl records (e.g. Dawn of the Dead - lucky to have got it for 30€ ? - I was considering to wait, because it's a remastered version - but I still like it, though).

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I have a somewhat modest collection of vinyls. I do prioritize my collecting of steelbooks and movie products over it but every once in a while I'll come across a vinyl release that I just can't resist. 

 

You can see a picture of a couple of my pieces in the image below as well as one of my all time favorite pieces...The Hero of Time 2xLP which encompasses music from the Ocarina of Time soundtrack. The recording was done by 64-piece Slovak National Symphony Orchestra (recorded live at Studio 1 in Bratislava, Slovakia). Very well done and sounds amazing! Those of you familiar withe Legend of Zelda franchise will know about the "heart container" pieces you collect in the game. Well if you look at the last two images with the vinyl themselves, you can see in the center that that is how you tell which side you are on...Side 1 has 1 heart piece, side 2 has 2 heart pieces, etc. 👍

 

For those curious where the Hero of Time vinyl is from, it's from a website called iam8bit. Would definitely recommend checking them out if you are a fan of video game soundtracks. They make some awesome looking vinyl releases for video games. They also sell a bunch of other video game related products.

 

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Just received this amazing Remastered deluxe edition of the original 1982  soundtrack to 

John Carpenters The Thing 

This release which comes from Sacred Bones Records and is an exclusive which comes with two gatefold albums In a slipcase with the score on 180g Snowfall coloured vinyl and the second album which contains unreleased Soundtrack cues on 180g ice tomb coloured vinyl ... all mew artwork was commissioned for this release...special thanks to Ann  @Scary Hair for the heads up on this release ...

 

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10 minutes ago, ukade2327 said:

Just received this amazing Remastered deluxe edition of the original 1982  soundtrack to 

John Carpenters The Thing 

This release which comes from Sacred Bones Records and is an exclusive which comes with two gatefold albums In a slipcase with the score on 180g Snowfall coloured vinyl and the second album which contains unreleased Soundtrack cues on 180g ice tomb coloured vinyl ... all mew artwork was commissioned for this release...special thanks to Ann  @Scary Hair for the heads up on this release ...

 

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WHAT A BEAUTY 

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TOTAL PORN @ukade2327


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This HAS TO BE THE ULTIMATE EDITION TO OWN  ❤️💋

 

 

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^^ Thanks very much for posting pics of your absolutely jaw-drop gorgeous vinyl of The Thing OST @ukade2327  🤩  🥰

 

I recall some time ago receiving notice this was coming but I totally forgot about it as outta sight = outta mind , heh.

I think I need to track this down... yeah, I need to track this down.... 🤗

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1 hour ago, Grendel said:

^^ Thanks very much for posting pics of your absolutely jaw-drop gorgeous vinyl of The Thing OST @ukade2327  🤩  🥰

 

I recall some time ago receiving notice this was coming but I totally forgot about it as outta sight = outta mind , heh.

I think I need to track this down... yeah, I need to track this down.... 🤗

Heres the link The Thing Deluxe  Sountrack

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^^ Thanks so very much for your quick and painless link @ukade2327 my friend! 🥰

I just joined their site and ordered this. 🙂

I looked around while there and they have a lovely assortment of a variety of items.

I noticed they have a few David Lynch items and they even have a few of Julie Cruise's albums I was happy to see!

(she is well renowned for her contributions to the "Twin Peaks" OST).

 

I'll be sure to let you folk know when my "The Thing" OST arrives. 🙂

Thanks again!

 

edit: Dang! so sorry! I must assuredly extend my heartfelt appreciation to @Scary Hair as well for I believe, first bringing this release to our attention.

Love ya Ann! 🥰

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I thought while I was here, I'd mention that a little while back, I received an order from Zavvi for two OSTs that mean a great deal to me;

 

The Exorcist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [VINYL]

 

and;

 

Sorcerer Vinyl LP Waxwork Records

 

Two of Friedkin's finest, imho...

 

Both seem to be sold out at Zavvi but still available at Amz.uk

 

I'll post some in-hand pics, soon as my BB "The Exorcist" ed. arrives. 🥰

 

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2 minutes ago, Grendel said:

I thought while I was here, I'd mention that a little while back, I received an order from Zavvi for two OSTs that mean a great deal to me;

 

The Exorcist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [VINYL]

 

and;

 

Sorcerer Vinyl LP Waxwork Records

 

Two of Friedkin's finest, imho...

 

Both seem to sold out at Zavvi but still available at Amz.uk

 

I'll post some in-hand pics, soon as my BB "The Exorcist" ed. arrives. 🥰

 

I do have the original release somewhere in my record collection of the Sorceror soundtrack

but I really like this one ...will hunt a copy down .. thx ...,  just recently bought the bluray of Sorceror too ....

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Sorcerer is one of the most tense and nerve wracking films I've ever seen @ukade2327, so happy to hear you grabbed the Blu and the OST.  🙂

 

I'm a big fan of the Clouzot original, "The Wages Of Fear" and have both the Crit and BFI eds of it.

As for Sorcerer, well, I grabbed everything I could get my hands on;

- Laserdisc

- dvd

- Blu digibook

- E One UK release 

- Single Sheet film Poster (bridge scene!)

- OST

 

Both are absolute top drawer entertainment and highly recommended. 🙂

 

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10 hours ago, ukade2327 said:

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Btw. I find it pretty interesting to see how other people collect things :D I see you keep the Shrinkwrap around the case, due to the stickers I guess - I tried that a while as well, but didn't like it, as the shring wrapp looks ugly, but also changes in size (I've learned that it's always a bad idea to keep vinyl completely shrinkwrapped, because then the edges of your sleeves sooner or later get dented, as the wrapp shrinks in size even as the years pass by (and during normal weather conditions). For most of my editions this wasn't a problem, but one particular foil out of ~150 vinyls just shrunk so much that I had to cut it up. Pretty annyoing as the sticker itself is transparent and bears the title of the vinyl while the sleeve is empty. Corners where already denting a little, so I just cut out the square around the sticker, but even that foil shrunk so fast, that the sticker started crumbling 😲

It was only then that I learned that a lot of big-style long term vinyl collectors recommend to always remove the Shrinkwrap.

I then pulled off some shrink-wrap stickers and put them on the protective sleeve, but I feel when you pull your vinyl in and out your shelf that could leave scratchmarks, so as of lately I bought some silicon paper. Where it's possible I try to slowly remove the shrinkwrap, stick the sticker onto the silicon paper and add put it in the sleeve/gatefold. But that's not ideal either. Especially transparent stickers wouldn't work that way, and there are stickers that wouldn't even peel of the shrinkwrap, or start tearing, if you try. So it's a great mess, in my collection. Few still have shrinkwrap around them (but I watch them carefully), others have the stickers on the protective sleeves I get, yet others have them cut out + stuffed inside the sleeve and yet others have silicon paper saved stickers inside the sleeve...

What would you prefer? :D And did you ever have any problems with Shrinkwrap shrinking even after you bought them and cut open one side to access the Vinyl? If so, for how many does that happen? For me it was just this one vinyl (plus I've seen another one which was fully sealed and all for corners where rounded, and there were tears in the shrinkwrap due to it's further shrinking.


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PS: Just in case you wondered - this is not at all film related (no, it's not a Casper the friendly ghost OST :D ), but a  German punk/rock/melodic-corss-genre rapper (with German lyrics), who actually even has American roots. Pretty cool music, if you ask me :D Highlights: "Im Ascheregen", "Jambalaya", "Kontrolle/Schlaf", "Der Druck steigt/Blut sehen" and "Michael X". Last one is especially special to me, as the music video was done in one of the towns I lived in for a while. Pretty small, pretty unknown even for most people who live near to it (e.g. Hamburg), them deciding to do their music video there gave Husum more attention than it ever had.

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Hi @pygospa

 

I usually remove the shrinkwrap from the sleeves and have done so in this instance now , the stickers were removed and Put inside...i used. to buy the protective sleeves but now no longer bother... its not like theyre in and out all the time ... its a fair  enough Job buying the Premium protectors...😆...

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I have a fair sized vinyl album collection.

Indeed, I learned even back in the 60's and 70's that the shrinkwrap does just that and is best tossed.

I've purchased the protective plastic sleeves for ones that have strong significance to me (they also work well for Laserdiscs). 🙂

I was able to purchase them in bulk back in the day and still have a hundred or so for future vinyl.

As for stickers, some I was able to gently steam off the shrinkwrap and either place them on the protective glacine sleeves that hold the actual vinyl inside the album cover, some I just cut around and magic taped them to an index card and placed them inside the cover.

Some of my more prized albums, I've even purchased glass picture frames for them.

Lots of options available. 🙂

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I have a small vinyl collection. It's ironic, because since the turntable broke several years ago, I haven't bought another one. I should, but lately I haven't had much time to enjoy it either.

 

When I speak of a small collection, I mean about 40-42 discs.

 

Playing a vinyl and listening to it's more than listening to music: it's a gesture. And I only buy music on vinyl that I like to have that gesture; to get home from work, take the disc carefully with the hands, touch it, put it on, sit down to have a drink, and relax.

 

And if I can, I like that it's a vinyl edition with good sound, but beautiful. Elegant.

 

I don't buy many because that gesture for me is something limited, exclusive, and also, to be honest, movies take most of the budget.

 

The last ones I bought were these:

 

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Little pleasures that bring together my passion for movies and series, good music, and objects that I love to review from time to time.

 

But I'm not as aware of this as some of you. I've bought some slipcovers to take care of them, and a kit to clean the discs, but nothing else. At the moment.

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Just thought I'd take a quick moment and display my TT.

- Audiomeca (Pierre Lurne): France (belt drive, platter weighs about 10 pounds)

- Ortofon MC cartridge

- Target (not the store!) shelf and mounting support.

(also, a VPI electric record cleaner) not shown

 

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7 hours ago, Grendel said:

- Audiomeca (Pierre Lurne): France (belt drive, platter weighs about 10 pounds)

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Looks beautiful. Are you happy with it? I'm asking, because unfortunately my one died on me last year. I've been using old German turn tables from the 70s :D


I started with a SABA HiFi Studio, which had a radio tuner integrated. That was the one in the addict of my parents, and as it was there for decades, it was really in bad shape and the electronics where full of dust and goo. The radio tuner did not work, most of the lamps where broken, etc. But the turntable worked, and it was a pretty decent, full automatic Dual 122x. I cannot remember the exact model anymore, it was just too big and heavy and once I got another turn table I gave that one up. It looked really similar to this one:

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My first self-bought turn-table was the Dual 1210 (1970-1971). I got it from a flee market, for 5€, and it was really small, and I didn't know anything about turn tables, but it was working (he could demonstrate it), so I thought why not? For the price it was okey, on the internet you'll find this for 25€-75€, depending on the condition and this one was in perfect shape - brown wood casing with no marks what so ever, a clear dust cover.

 

So at home I started learning about it - it had one problem with the automatic stop at the end (normally it would lift the arm, and put it back in park position automatically, but mine just lifted, waited and went down again). As it is all mechanics, I could repair everything, make it run even smoother, it was a lot of fun. I then started reading about different drives, and pros and cons, and needles, and there I saw a problem with my system: It uses a ceramic system with a needle that is bad for the vinyl, because it is rather rough and heavy. It isn't possible to upgrade to a magnetic system due to the direct driven motor which would create static sounds on a magnet system, so I again was on the lookout for a new table. Still I love this one, I kept it, and used it for cleaning vinyl (I do it the old fashion way: carbon brush, then water-ethernol mixture, and finally micro-fibre cloth and tissue to dry it off - I do that once with new records and never had to redo it for any vinyl I own). Also this is one of the few turntables around that could also play gramophone records out of shellac at 78rpm. It even has a quite clever system (the needle can be flipped around for the shellac records). I don't own any and so could never try it out. But I'd love to, one day :D Just need to find me some cheap shellack record somewhere - maybe some old french one, like they use to have in all those WW2 movies :D

 

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My third and final turn-table Dual KA230 system (with integrated radio) which uses a Dual 1226 turntable (1973-1974). It wasn't in any too good condition and did not work, but again I just payed 5€ for it, and with the knowledge I gained from the Dual 1210, it was pretty easy to get it up and running again. Mechanics where all perfect, I cleaned them, greased them up, replaced those things that are always broken with these players (there are some rubber parts, that just crumble due to the age, I also got a new needle (Shure M 75), which is a decent one on a magnetic system) - and it was absolutely perfect, sounding like a really expensive player and in perfect working condition - once more fully automatic: You put on your records, you put the dial on 33 or 45 and you hit start. The tone arm would lift itself alone, find the first track position (depending on the size you set up), play the record and at the end, lift it self up again, and go into parking position - all fully automatic. It even had a stack needle, so you could actually stack up to five records, and it would drop the next record once it reached the end of the previous one (never used that though - it's not too friendly to our records: the weight of the needle stays the same, so the pressure on the later records is higher, and the needle at an sharp angle in the groves - not ideal).

 

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Unfortunately last year the motor died. The fuse broke, so I got a new (given that this was an 1970s fuse), but that broke just once I inserted it. I thought I found two broken capacitors which I replaced as well but that did not solve the problem. Reading up on it, it would be best to replace all capacitors and resistances, because once one breaks they all tend to go out, especially if there are new components that behave differently (i.e. like they should) than the predecessors they replace. Given that those are some 100 pieces, and I am not an expert in soldering (I wasn't even sure if I'd manage to replace the two capacitors), and it is hard to find the right new capacitors in fitting sizes (today everything tends to be much smaller than it used to - so a perfectly identical capacitor in specs might not fit, due to the 1970s version being much larger (with contact that are further appart, etc.).


Which is why I decided to part from it. Now I could pick up yet another used Dual player and clean it up and make it run; I was on the lookout for a 1249, which is by far the best that Dual has ever done (the 1226 is middle class of Generation 4 - the best in that Generation was the 1229, which I would have taken instead of the 1249 - the 1249 is the direct successor of the 1229, the fifth generation top class product, and the last one they built - that one's from 1975). But given how much of an time investment it is, vs. how short-lived the fun with it might be, and given that I am not that poor anymore, I am on the market for a new system. I actually planned to get something modern from Dual or Technics, after reading up on those, but in the store they tried to convince me that those are not the best players (because they are full automatic ones), and that instead I should rather get a better manual player (i.e. manual changing of the belt for speed, manual needle placement, no auto-off). What they've suggested was a Music Hall mmf 2.3 - it looks beautiful, but is a lot of money. I would probably get it with an acrylic platter and insert some LEDs to make it stand out a bit, I guess :DIt's otherwise pretty minimalistic.

Still I am torn between having a really old, vintage player from the 1970s that is still capable of blowing you away, and that is - without using any electronics (besides the motor and radio tuner if it has one [but I am actually not looking for that in a turntable anyways]) fully automatic, and a new minimalistic player, that might be perfect to those audiphiles today, but seems like a step down, because it's not that capable and also not that special (in regards to a 1970s model that still runs, 50 years later).
 

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