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Crazy for Vinyl is your friendly neighborhood online emporium of cheap used vinyl records LPs for sale. Did you just purchase a turntable, and now you need to fill your vinyl collection? Thrift stores and garage sales are a great place to find vinyl, but it’s unusual to be lucky enough to find anything good in decent condition. Brick and mortar record stores are great, but sometimes they are not located in your area, or it’s hard to find a good price on that hard-to-find vinyl. A few of our favorite record stores include The Electric Fetus (Minneapolis), Ameoba (Los Angeles), Reckless Records (Chicago), Waterloo (Austin) and Good Records (New York City.) We offer a large inventory of vinyl from every genre, turntables, and an informative vinyl record blog about being a crate digger. Check out our current listings of turntables for sale with a helpful guide for different price ranges. Search for specific used records and LPs for sale by searching for a particular artist on the top right search box, or browse our categories such as rock, blues, soul and r&b, jazz, reggae, hip-hop, world, country and disco. Every artist’s page has a useful Spotify widget that will play samples of that musician or band, and you don’t need an account to hear the samples. Every artist page also has a biography and album descriptions. You can use Crazy for Vinyl to discover new and old music based on genre.

Taylor Swift has taken over our planet and possibly the solar system. She destroyed Ticketmaster (eat your heart out Pearl Jam) when her 2023 tour went on sale. For the Midnights vinyl, Swift has released four standard versions of the album, each with its own distinct vinyl color and album art. These options include Midnights Moonstone Blue Vinyl LP, Midnights Jade Green Vinyl LP, Midnights Blood Moon Vinyl LP and Midnights Mahogany Vinyl LP. Click on each link above to view those listings, or sample a few random Midnights Vinyl LPs for sale below.

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Vinyl record collecting has experienced a remarkable resurgence in recent years. Despite the proliferation of digital music and streaming services, enthusiasts are turning back to the nostalgic charm of vinyl records for a variety of reasons. For many years, people had to do serious crate digging and scour the Internet for used vinyl records for sale on websites like EBay and Craigslist, but today almost every artist has new vinyl records for sale from major retailers like Amazon and even Target. Sometimes something old becomes new again. 🙂

One significant factor contributing to the resurgence is the tactile and sensory experience that vinyl offers. Collectors appreciate the larger album art, the weight of the vinyl, and the analog warmth of the sound. Handling and dropping the needle onto a record is a tangible, almost ritualistic act that connects listeners more intimately with the music.

Furthermore, vinyl records are seen as collector’s items, with their limited editions, colored pressings, and special releases. This sense of exclusivity and the hunt for rare or vintage records add an element of excitement to the hobby. Record stores, flea markets, and online marketplaces have become treasure troves for enthusiasts seeking that elusive addition to their collections.

Vinyl records also appeal to audiophiles and music purists who argue that the analog sound quality is superior to digital formats. The warm, dynamic sound of vinyl has a unique character that many find more pleasing to the ear, adding depth and texture to the music.

The resurgence of vinyl is not limited to music itself. Many collectors value the physicality of records as tangible art pieces. Album covers, often designed by renowned artists, are considered visual artworks in their own right. The resurgence of vinyl serves as a testament to the enduring appeal of physical media and its ability to transcend mere functionality, embodying a tangible connection to music and art.

Finally, vinyl records offer a break from the digital deluge of music. In a world of endless playlists and algorithm-driven recommendations, collectors find solace in carefully curating their physical collections, creating a sense of ownership and identity tied to their music choices. The resurgence of vinyl record collecting can be attributed to the desire for a multisensory music experience, the appeal of collectibility, a preference for analog sound quality, the allure of album artwork, and the escape from the overwhelming digital music landscape. Vinyl records offer a bridge between the past and the present, catering to a new generation of enthusiasts while delighting long-time collectors. This trend reminds us that the magic of vinyl, in its tangible and timeless form, will continue to thrive in the digital age. As Neil Young has told us over the years, vinyl is the only way to hear 100% of the sound. Even his defunct Pono system (Hawaiian for proper) only provided 90% of the sound. CDs provide about 25%, and streaming is only 5%. Vinyl records are making a huge comeback and will soon surpass CDs in overall sales. The days of the album, along with album art, may not be dead if we make sure vinyl is alive and kicking. Record Store Day has become the unofficial holiday, and Crazy for Vinyl will always keep you up-to-date on the limited-edition used vinyl records for sale (from Bad Bunny to Clawed Forehead) that gets released every year on this magical day.

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours [New Vinyl LP]

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VINYL NWA - Straight Outta Compton

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Daft Punk - Discovery [New Vinyl LP]

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VINYL Nirvana - Nirvana

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