#1
So, I went to a local music store called BullMooseMusic about 2 weeks back and, to my surprise, they had a massive vinyl section. As the obsessive fan I am, I went straight to the Nine Inch Nails, and found the "The Hand That Feeds - The Photek Remixes" on the shelf. $4.97 for this wonderful addition to my collection and, now, I'm stuck in a bit of a pickle.

Should I open to it and listen to it? Or should I preserve it and let it build value?
Granted, I never plan on selling my vinyl collection, so allowing it to gain value would be useless.

WHAT SHOULD I DO PIT OHGODCAPS
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#2
I dunno, is it worth anything now?
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#3
give er a good listening
for 4.75 cd's are more expensive
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#5
why don't you go get another since it's only $5 and listen to one and keep the other for value
#7
of course listen to it.
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#8
Listen to it, duh. No offense, but I don't see NIN stuff ever collecting value among the general public. You'd have to get lucky and find an obsessed fan in like 50 years who would shell out for that thing.
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#10
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Granted, I never plan on selling my vinyl collection, so allowing it to gain value would be useless.



You kind of answered your own question...
#11
So, funny thing is, I actually opened it and put it on the turntable before I got any responses. I must say this - "The Hand That Feeds" sounds realllllly good on vinyl.
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#12
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You kind of answered your own question...


*stares at avatar for an hour*

I wish I could get my hands on those NIN records.....
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#13
Keep it and download the tracks off the net. It's legal if you have a purchased copy.
#15
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Keep it and download the tracks off the net. It's legal if you have a purchased copy.

Already had the tracks. I just love having the actual DJ singles. And, I'm one of those weird people who prefer vinyl over digital tracks.

EDIT - and the fact that I prefer the full-length version of "Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos" by Public Enemy compared to the Greatest Hits version.
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