Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dominick, Oct 14, 2017.
...You have versions of SMiLE that Brian Wilson never even worked on!
...your waste basket is full of shrinkwrap 365 days a year.
...your collection is insured.
...you decide to get a handle on the habit and devote 15% of your monthly record spending income on "other interests". It turns out you have an extra $3000 a month!
...you buy two copies of everything just "for the hell of it".
...you sincerely think you are responsible for keeping vinyl alive!
...the last time you walked out of a record store with only one record was during the Kennedy-Nixon debate!
if you want a "new" release or something unheard, just do some digging in your collection, you're bound to find something that either you didn't know you had or totally forgot about
...someone asks if they can browse your 45 collection and you tell them, "Sure. Follow me to the third wing of the house".
Or, worse, something you bought and never even opened, much less listened to!
...you have records on the Moon!
I think that would be The Moody Blues' 'To Our Children's Children's Children', which one of the Apollo crews took with them to the Moon (albeit on Cassette). Not sure if they remembered to bring it back!
...Just your Springsteen collection is larger than the entire stock of new vinyl at Barnes & Noble!
I like to think someone (or something) is playing "Moondance" up there.
...your nephew helped you catalogue your colored vinyl during Spring Break, and he has yet to go back to classes!
...You click the 'Random Item' button on your Discogs collection page to pick an album to listen to. I don't do this terribly often, but it's fun to try out from time to time.
...you weren't even aware that vinyl was absent in the 90's!
....you say to yourself, "If I could get rid of some of this furniture, I'd have room for more records."
...you thought everyone bought a mono version and stereo version of an album.
...if you just stopped buying reissues, your collection would shrink by 80%!
You know you have too many records when you buy a self storage business -- for your own personal use.
...you have more copies of the White Album than were even pressed!
...guests stopping by to see your record collection isn't a "visit" but a week's stay!
When you buy a CD you know you already own--but don't know/can't remember exactly where it is and are too lazy to look for it....
You have more records than the president has tweets.
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