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Are Used Record Shops Spiking Vinyl Prices?

Record hunting is an endangered sport, as Liz Ohanesian suggests in her new article, “Why I’ve Fallen Out Of Love With Shopping For Vinyl.” An avid buyer of ’80s-era used records for years, Ohanesian’s patience for inflated pricing has just about run out. The catalyst: discovering of a copy of David Bowie’s Heroes going for $24.99 in a Los Angeles bin. “Totally overpriced,” the logic goes, “but someone will buy it…” For more on the subject, check out our article on Discogs scalping.

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