Getting back into the swing of things after a summer break, plus the weather has been really hot here in the UK for the past few weeks. Not really the weather for digging out the vinyl, as I’d be a bit worried that it would start to warp. Not sure what sort of temperatures would cause this to happen, so that may be something for another post.
I’ve been browsing today through the top 30 records sold on discogs in June. Nothing that I have in my collection unfortunately, but there’s an interesting story about a copy of The Black Album by Prince that holds the top spot. It was sold for $27,500 by a guy who was a pressing plant employee in Canada, and saved a copy from being destroyed. Nice! Still hoping that Jim Reeves might enter the list, but you can see the full article here.