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View Poll Results: How many albums do you have in your collection?
1-100 12 17.91%
101-200 6 8.96%
201-300 4 5.97%
301-400 2 2.99%
401-500 2 2.99%
501-600 0 0%
601-700 2 2.99%
701-800 2 2.99%
801-900 2 2.99%
901-1000 5 7.46%
1,001-2,000 17 25.37%
2,001-3,000 5 7.46%
3,001-4,000 6 8.96%
4,001+ 2 2.99%
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Old 06-22-2011, 06:00 PM   #101 (permalink)
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i've been collecting since i was 13

i'm 40 now but i don't really buy or download that many albums
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Old 06-22-2011, 06:31 PM   #102 (permalink)
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i've been collecting since i was 13

i'm 40 now but i don't really buy or download that many albums
I've been collecting since pre-teens and I just turned 50! But, like you, I haven't purchased anything new in quite awhile. Now I end up buying CD's for my daughters instead of myself.
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:41 PM   #103 (permalink)
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I've been collecting since pre-teens and I just turned 50! But, like you, I haven't purchased anything new in quite awhile. Now I end up buying CD's for my daughters instead of myself.
my collection is around 1,500

i'll get into a shopping spree, buy 3 or 4 at the most, then feel a bit music saturated, then go to other hobbies
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:39 AM   #104 (permalink)
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After cleaning out my collection a bit...only a bit more than 100. :

I plan to change that this summer due to my huge amounts of free time.
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:53 AM   #105 (permalink)
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~1250 albums

I lost the majority of my library about 6mo ago, I've been downloading ever since.
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my collection is around 1,500

i'll get into a shopping spree, buy 3 or 4 at the most, then feel a bit music saturated, then go to other hobbies
It kills me that I have a really nice album collection but my receiver needs repair and my turntable needs a new cartridge! The budget has been rather tight for some time now so I'm not sure when I'll get them working again....
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It kills me that I have a really nice album collection but my receiver needs repair and my turntable needs a new cartridge! The budget has been rather tight for some time now so I'm not sure when I'll get them working again....
i only bought vinyl when i was 14 - i only had one album, one 12" single and 3 7" singles
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i only bought vinyl when i was 14 - i only had one album, one 12" single and 3 7" singles
I was a vinyl junkie. When the other kids were spending their money on toys and sports cards and such, I was buying albums. I would read all the rock magazines (creem, circus, etc...) and buy anything and everything that sounded cool. Creem was a huge influence. I would buy anything that Lester Bangs would write about. The man rarely steered me wrong!
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I was a vinyl junkie. When the other kids were spending their money on toys and sports cards and such, I was buying albums. I would read all the rock magazines (creem, circus, etc...) and buy anything and everything that sounded cool. Creem was a huge influence. I would buy anything that Lester Bangs would write about. The man rarely steered me wrong!
it's the upkeep and maintenance of the records that bothers me, and I also broke the stylus trying to scratch, and my dad had no interest in replacing it so that's that
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:38 PM   #110 (permalink)
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I have 1446 albums in my library didnt think I had that many so kinda chuffed!
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