Published Feb 20, 2017In case there was any doubt before today, collecting vinyl has officially crossed over into the mainstream. Don't believe us? Someone is selling an entire run of Now That's What I Call Music compilations on eBay.
Yes, the long-running pop compilations didn't just exist in a half-mangled jewel case under the floormat of your car. In addition to being released on CD, they were apparently pressed on to vinyl until 1996.
A British eBay user (first pointed out at The Vinyl Factory) has listed all 35 of the vinyl compilations, along with an additional nine spinoff comps, for a total of 44 records. The entire set is available at a Buy It Now price of £900 (or approximately $1,500 CAD). That may seem expensive, but plenty of these compilations fetch a hefty sum on Discogs.
Now that's what I call vinyls! (You'll note the eBay listing uses the term "vinyls" five separate times.)