I was shopping for records outside of Philadelphia this weekend. I encountered the most absurd pricing I've ever seen inside a physical record store. Here are some highlights from the soundtracks section: These images (if they are coming through correctly) are: The Top Gun Soundtrack (VG+) for $22.00; The Phantom of the Paradise Soundtrack (VG-) for $42.00; and (this one takes the prize) The Pretty Woman Soundtrack (sealed) for $80.00. This place either 1) doesn't know how to price; 2) thinks it's clients are dumb and/or completely uninformed; or 3) thinks that it's clients are willing to spend well over double the price of what items are worth on the open market in order to support a brick and mortar shop (despite the fact that Philly itself has several normal record stores with normal pricing). Has anyone encountered anything quite this bad?