Tekka wrote:Good lord, you must have dug deep to find this post. I'm afraid the soundtrack is absolutely not for sale. It means far too much to me and was given to me by someone very very special who in turn had it left to her by someone equally special.
Tekka wrote:I did play it once, since I'm lucky enough to still own a turntable, as ancient as it is. There are no skips and scratches on the disc and every track plays through completely, as far as I recall. It does have the same background hiss that all LPs seem to have by nature. I don't know if it's the quality of the system I have that causes it or not, but there it is. That's about it really, it's more of a display piece now than anything else since I have the soundtrack in digital format for everyday listening.
Burn wrote:robofreak doesn't joke. He's all about the serious business of the internet.
ItIsHim wrote:My closet is filled to the brim with plastic children's toys. For myself
Wheeljack35 wrote:Can you take a picture of the album cover?
I still have my origional cassette from the movie
Starscream wrote:I was offered $125 for my sealed vinyls 1985 soundtrack at botcon 2008. I was walking around with it just to see if people would come up to me and beg. They did.
It's worth some money to the right person, but in the real world it's not worth much. Vinyls are definitely collectible though so I would just hold onto it till some crazy MF offers your $250