Skip to main content
eBay
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Promoted item:NWT new Arcade Fire The Suburbs record vinyl album unopened mint

NWT new Arcade Fire The Suburbs record vinyl album unopened mint

  • Condition
  • New
  • Time left
  • 29d 15h 16m
  • Sold by
  • 100% Positive Feedback
  • US $18.99
    Buy It Now
  • Quantity 1 Available
  • See details

Items in search results

3h 9m left
$2.38
4 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
28d 17h 30m left
$8.94
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
3h 10m left
$0.99
1 bid
3h 12m left
$0.99
1 bid
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
1d 1h 46m left
$4.99
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
4h 1m left
$9.99
1 bid
5h 10m left
$3.00
1 bid
6d 13h 1m left
$1.99
Buy It Now
5h 26m left
$5.99
0 bids
  • 31 watching
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
7h 43m left
$30.01
9 bids
  • 18 watching
7h 46m left
$20.50
2 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
27d 13h 12m left
$18.99
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
8h 1m left
$5.99
1 bid
8h 53m left
$30.00
0 bids
Free Shipping
5d 12h 38m left
$1.00
Buy It Now
8h 54m left
$0.99
0 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
9h 43m left
$0.99
1 bid
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
29d 13h 43m left
$14.99
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
10h 15m left
$14.99
1 bid
10h 21m left
$4.69
1 bid
10h 26m left
$20.00
1 bid
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
13d 19h 36m left
$4.00
Buy It Now
10h 47m left
$5.99
1 bid
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
10h 51m left
$1.99
1 bid
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
12d 4h 45m left
$10.95
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
11h 7m left
$12.50
1 bid
11h 16m left
$7.99
0 bids
11h 26m left
$13.50
0 bids
11h 40m left
$13.50
0 bids

About Record Album

While today's musicians often strive mightily to create CDs that have a warm 'analog' sound, it is nearly impossible to match or best the sound of a real record album. The ones and zeroes of digital recording simply cannot capture the uniquely rich sound of a stylus riding across inscribed spiral grooves cut into vinyl (or, earlier, 'shellac' and even hard rubber). No wonder, then, that true audiophiles work so hard to collect and maintain copies of actual record albums.Commercial record albums date back to the phonograph and gramophone records of the late nineteenth century. Mass production of such records made it possible for the first time for musicians and spoken-word artists to capture and distribute their performances so easily, so economically, and on such a large scale. While early '78s' (signifying the record's rotation at 78 rpm) eventually gave way to '45s' and the longer-playing 33 1/3 albums with which many of us are so familiar, the fundamental recording and playback techniques have changed little over the years.Record Albums in a Digital AgeIn a digital age of CDs, SACDs, and MP3s, record albums chiefly appeal to two overlapping populations. For people who love music of an earlier age that was never re-released on CD, record albums represent a vital connection to an analog past. While this population has dwindled somewhat with the advent of home-recordable CDs and similar media, many people still prefer the original professional package.At the same time, however, record albums have only become increasingly popular with DJs and hip-hop artists. While part of this affinity for vinyl is based upon a preference for using and re-using albums released prior to CDs, record albums largely appeal to this second constituency due to their physicality. Unlike with CDs or MP3s, you can lay your hands on spinning vinyl to create the scratching, cross-fading, and speed alterations so central to hip-hop and other dance music.