I was in my local St. Vincent DePaul thrift store this past Friday and hit the mother load. What makes this so unique is that this particular store always has plenty of vinyl. If you like big band, Lawrence Welk or anything else produced before 1960. And I have nothing against that type of music. It's just not what I enjoy listening to. So I walk in there Friday afternoon and I'm stunned, utterly speechless with what I've found. So here it goes: Phil collins- no jacket required Tracy Chapman- Tracy Chapman- Mannheim Steamroller- Fresh Aire 4 Paul Simon- Graceland Don Henley- Building the Perfect Beast Thomas Dolby- The Golden Age of Wireless Dire Straights- Dire Straights James Taylor- Flag Pretenders- 12"- Back on the Chain Gang/My City Was Gone Some jackets are in good shape and some not as good. But each and every album itself is in it's sleeve and condition wise looks brand new. Every single one which leads me to think they may have come from someone's collection. Pics will come soon.