Benaroya Hall, seriously?
Okay, I don't even know where to start with this. This "holy grail" that people are valuing at around 1,000, I bought new from ten club back in 2004 or 05 for I think 60 bucks. I've always listened to vinyl from the age of 15. I'm 31 now, back when I was 15 the internet and downloading music for free didn't exist. We used to pay 15 bucks for a cd. I was big into Zeppelin, Rush, The Beatles, The Who ect ect at the time. My parents had all the records, made sense to buy a record player. Free music before free music became the trend right? Anyways I've always just been a vinyl record listener, not because it sounds "sooo much better" or because it's anaolog, but for that simple reason. It was the format that I came to age listening to music on. Now let's flash forward to today. I can't help but notice this resurgence of vinyl, I can't but my wallet sure can... Benny. This guy. Trust me, it's not worth the price. It seems 90% that own it don't even listen to it. They own it to own it and to talk about how much it's worth. True collector fashion. Ever since day one of someone willing to pay x amount for it, the price has just skyrocketed. But they only printed 2000! Look at a lot of pressings, there are multiple pressings of xout of 2000. Pressing 2000 isn't rare. Basically, if you dumbasses that are looking to buy it wouldn't look at it as worth 1000, it wouldn't be. I very rarely listen to mine. It's not even on 180g. Plus I constantly see vault 3 vinyl being offered up as bate. Vault 3 kicks the shit out of Benny. Like it seriously drops the Macho Man Elbow on Benny's face in terms of a great album. Don't want something just because everyone else wants it, want it for what it is. Seriously, the Benny price = Riot act + No Code + S/t + LO2L + Lost Dogs, or DMB live trax 1-3 + Wilco Kicking Televisions + MMJ Okonokas + Vault 3 + some Third man record. Not worth it in my humble opinion.
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