For a lot of people, vinyl records are a passion, a pleasant hobby to fill their lives. For some, though, they are their only priority. Although the following examples may seem excessive or hyperbolic, they are not far from being a reality. If you think you can relate, it would be wise to continue reading and pay attention to the following behaviors, before you lose your job.
Released in Chile in 1974 by Emi/Odeon Records, made and distributed by Industrias Eléctricas Y Musicales Odeon S.A. (Odeon Records Chile), catalog number (S)LDC-36879
Through the years, many collectors around the globe started to notice some very strange marks on the surface of vinyl records and CDs. This situation was worse to those who used PVC covers. Initially one would see some blurriness and later on spots like the ones water or oil would leave behind.
This rare album was almost unknown to most Italian prog fans and collectors . Released 1972 under the title "Get Ready" and reissued by the Italian label Akarma. Get Ready is a great mix mix of psychedelic and folk progressive sounds with the peculiar use of the flute. The 12-track album Get ready included mainly covers (from Donovan, Chicago, Jethro Tull, Dave Mason and more) along with three originals’
Avoid this Vinyl Record storage mistake. Maybe your records are at risk.
It is not out of pure luck that the, now famous, Record Store Day transformed from an “inside joke”, a small gathering with a few lunatics, into a worldwide celebration in which participate hundreds of musicians, thousands of record stores and many large and small record companies with vinyl record limited editions, only for that specific day. The Record Store Day is now an annual affair, devoted to independent record stores and not to vinyl records, as it often is mistaken. It is traditionally held on the third weekend of April every year.