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Subject: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: whistledog on 10/30/05 at 1:40 am

In the 90's, Vinyl Albums were quite hard to get, but I'm sure some of you have some vinyl albums that were made in the 90's.  What are some of them?

Apart from a few 12" singles, I actually only have 2 albums of the 90's on vinyl:

A Decade in Rock (1990)
Love and Kisses - Dannii Minogue (1991)

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: DJ Midas on 10/30/05 at 1:09 am

Pet Shop Boys - Disco2 (I paid $20 for this disappointment - stupid continuous mix album  >:( )
The Cure - Mixed Up
Human Resource - Dominating The World (LP x 2)
Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman - Move It! (LP x 2)
Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott - Supa Dupa Fly (LP x 2)
Technotronic - Trip On This! The Remixes

Plus various comps, and I could be here all day with the 12" singles and Remix Service issues I have from the 90's on vinyl.

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: OliverDK on 11/08/05 at 10:55 am

Def Leppard - Adrenalize (1992)
Beach Boys - The Very Best of... (1991)
Soundtrack - The Bodyguard (1992)
Paula Abdul - Spellbound (1991)
Laura Branigan - The Very Best of... (1992)
Bryan Adams - Waking Up the Neighbours (1991)
Deep Purple - Slaves and Masters (1990)
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice (1990)
Mr. Big - To Be With You (1991) 12in
Soundtrack - Memphis Belle (1990)
Gary Moore - Still Got the Blues (1990)
Guns 'n' Roses - Use Your Illusion I (1991)
Guns 'n' Roses - Use Your Illusion II (1991)
Gorky Park - Moscow Calling (1992)
Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid (1991)
Disneyland After Dark - Riskin' It All (1991)
Pretty Maids - Jump the Gun (1990)
Elton John - The Very Best of... (1990)
Britney Spears - (You Drive Me) Crazy (1999) 12in
Britney Spears - ...Baby One More Time (1998) 12in
Skid Row - Slave to the Grind (1991)
Toto - Past to Present 1977-1990 (1990)
Scorpions - Crazy World (1990)
Spice Girls - Spice World (1997)
Spice Girls - Spice (1996)
2 Unlimited - Get Ready (1992)
ZZ Top - Greatest Hits (1992)
Soundtrack - Wayne's World (1992)
Roxette - Joyride (1991)
KISS - Revenge (1992)

That's what I came up with after a quick check.

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: whistledog on 11/08/05 at 11:38 am


Def Leppard - Adrenalize (1992)
Beach Boys - The Very Best of... (1991)
Soundtrack - The Bodyguard (1992)
Paula Abdul - Spellbound (1991)
Laura Branigan - The Very Best of... (1992)
Bryan Adams - Waking Up the Neighbours (1991)
Deep Purple - Slaves and Masters (1990)
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice (1990)
Mr. Big - To Be With You (1991) 12in
Soundtrack - Memphis Belle (1990)
Gary Moore - Still Got the Blues (1990)
Guns 'n' Roses - Use Your Illusion I (1991)
Guns 'n' Roses - Use Your Illusion II (1991)
Gorky Park - Moscow Calling (1992)
Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid (1991)
Disneyland After Dark - Riskin' It All (1991)
Pretty Maids - Jump the Gun (1990)
Elton John - The Very Best of... (1990)
Britney Spears - (You Drive Me) Crazy (1999) 12in
Britney Spears - ...Baby One More Time (1998) 12in
Skid Row - Slave to the Grind (1991)
Toto - Past to Present 1977-1990 (1990)
Scorpions - Crazy World (1990)
Spice Girls - Spice World (1997)
Spice Girls - Spice (1996)
2 Unlimited - Get Ready (1992)
ZZ Top - Greatest Hits (1992)
Soundtrack - Wayne's World (1992)
Roxette - Joyride (1991)
KISS - Revenge (1992)

That's what I came up with after a quick check.



Wow!  I had no idea most of those made it to Vinyl  :o

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: agoraphobicwhacko on 11/08/05 at 10:55 pm

Guns N Roses always do their albums on Vinyl. They usually release 100,000 copies worldwide on Vinyl. If Chinese Democracy is ever released, it will also be on vinyl.

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: OliverDK on 11/09/05 at 12:31 am


Wow!  I had no idea most of those made it to Vinyl  :o

Most of what you can get on CD is also released on vinyl, mostly because real DJs still prefer vinyl I think.

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: Skippy on 11/09/05 at 3:52 pm

Most of what you can get on CD is also released on vinyl, mostly because real DJs still prefer vinyl I think.

Only the real hip DJs that know better.  ;D

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: Cafe80s on 11/10/05 at 8:21 am

That's actually correct, music albums on vinyl actually never stopped being made. You could always get any albums on vinyl, they just became harder to find by the mid to late 90s because most music stores around that time didn't stock vinyl so you had to look harder. Mostly trendy, independent & alternative music stores still stocked vinyl in the the mid to late 90s, but chain stores usually didn't. I see a lot more vinyl again nowadays even in big chain music stores. This pleases me. There are still a few chain music stores here & there that i've gone into that still don't stock vinyl anymore, i think they need to pull their finger out & get their act together. Hell i still remember you could walk into any K-mart store in 1990 & there was still a vinyl section right next to cassettes & CDs. Anyone from Australia & that still remembers Brashes music stores? They had a massive selection of vinyl in the 90/91. You could get anything you wanted on vinyl from Brashes at that time & they were a big chain store & this was still during the early 90s.

Subject: Re: Vinyl Albums in the 90's

Written By: OliverDK on 11/10/05 at 8:55 am

We had a single all-vinyl store here in Copenhagen until 1998.

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