Minnesota Record Collector Finds LP Jackpot In Closed Down Record Store | Music News
Minnesota based record store owner, Rob Sheeley hit the jackpot recently, after stumbling upon the entire inventory of a record store in Big Haul, Texas, that closed its doors in 1984.
In total there were almost 100,000 LPs which had been perfectly preserved in boxes for over 30 years.
Sheeley bought the entire collection of mint-condition stock for $100,000 and has since began the transfer to his own store, Mill City Sound, in Hopkins, Minnesota.
Prince, Ozzy Osbourne, Bruce Springsteen, James Brown and the Ramones are just a few among the epic variety of huge names the collection holds.
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