Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dominick, Oct 14, 2017.
...you honestly think being called a "music collector" is a compliment.
::...when you always carry a small notebook with the albums you want to buy, but you ended up buying a lot more that were not on the list...
:::..when your wife taps you one shoulder whispering: "...you already have that one..." --real life fact, last saturday
...or simply, plenty of albums that are not on the list!
...you'd rather wrestle an alligator than thin out your box sets.
...it's a good day if you only misplace ten records.
...Summer came and went while you were doing A/B comparisons!
...your kids managed to graduate while you were collecting rare pieces of wax!
...your wife moved to Europe while you were collecting.
And you hadn't even noticed!
...you have more Chicago albums than there are roman numerals!
...you single-handedly affect the list prices of most box sets!
You use album covers as placemats and vinyl as plates.
One of your turntables is a Lazy Susan.
...you think it's normal to spend 12 straight hours comparing prices on polysleeves.
...when you get excited to find a title, buy it, take it home and when you go to file it, you find you already have it.
...the last time you could count your records, Rod Stewart was with Faces.
...you abandoned all logic about three formats ago.
...you go to a record store to get away from records!
...you don't have the room to archive your 50,000 DVD's!
When Eight Miles High is no longer about the song or drugs.
Too bad the Byrds couldn't have released it as "Eight Hundred Miles High". That would have been more in the ballpark.
When the Sleestaks can't fit into your cave anymore
...your idea of "having some Sinatra in the collection" means an entire bookshelf.
Eight Hundred Miles High of albums stacked horizontally would certainly qualify as having too many records.
...you think the tires on your car have "run out grooves".
...doing a needle drop of all your albums would finish sometime around the return of the ice age!
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