The “Do Not Never Ever Buy” list for employees at Chicago record store Laurie’s Planet of Sound instructing them on what used CDs/vinyl NOT to purchase from customers.
For the most part, this is great, but Tripping Daisy? Some of their stuff is kind of rare and valuable. It used to be that one of their EPs went for $100+ on eBay. I was lucky to get their posthumous self-titled album for $35. Most of their discography was pretty rare (before recent reissues), aside from Bill (although there are rare versions), Get It On (live EP), and their biggest album I Am An Elastic Firecracker (although vinyl copies are “rare as hens’ teeth” as one collector put it). I’m guessing that’s the album that they get all the time. I should note that their album Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb is my favorite album of all time.
(Source: egotripland, via expectdelay)