In 2009, a similar panel was asked to pick the best albums from the 2000s. From those results, Rolling Stone created the current list of the greatest albums of all time. 38% of the record albums are 1st pressings, 20% of the albums are sealed (never opened), 20 of the records are audiophile quality (MFSL, Nautilus, CBS) and there are 15 bonus records!
The collection is almost entirely vinyl record albums, unless the collection required compact discs. Also included is a collector magazine and poster featuring many of the stores where the records were sourced.Cool Vinyl Records sourced the collection from both North America and a slew of other countries as far away as Asia and Europe. Building this collection was truly a labor of love that took four years to complete, notes Jackie Logan, Chief Vinyl Officer. In the process, Ive met some truly passionate, wonderful people from many countries with a zeal for music, and particularly vinyl records.
My biggest takeaway was that music brings Joy to people of all walks of life. The collection is the only one of its kind known to exist and is compendium of whos who: from #1 Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Beatles 1967) to #144 Straight Outta Compton N.
1998 to #346 At Newport 1960 (Muddy Waters 1960) to #500 Aquemini (OutKast 1998). Leading the pack is, of course, the Beatles with 14 albums combined from the four members of the group. Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, U2, Bob Marley, Talking Heads, Elvis Presley and Nirvana are just a small fraction of the artists included (this group accounts for 48 albums).Listening to the entire collection would take nearly 14 days nonstop. Actual photos and album descriptions, visual gradings provided upon request. The item "Rolling Stone Magazine 500 Greatest Albums of All Time (Complete Collection)" is in sale since Sunday, September 15, 2019. This item is in the category "Music\Records".
The seller is "coolvinylrecords" and is located in Mandeville, Louisiana. This item can be shipped to United States.