Every record nerd has seen this while out digging at thrift stores. A sales associate in charge of media, trying to take charge, and, understandably, hoping to get a little bit more blood from a stone, starts oddly and arbitrarily pricing their records above stock asking rate. Usually it's the Elvis/Beatles/Sinatra-type "known" artists' records the that priced up. Usually. God bless 'em and I've seen all kinds, but I don't think this record will sell at the stock ValVil rate of (ahem) $1.99 per "vinyls," so $3.99 SEEMS real hopeful! Any guess as to what album?
Jump the bump to see what record is worth a whopping four bones at the ValVil.
So, who'da thunk it? Is this worth four bones to ANYONE out there? In all fairness, it does have an Everyday Music tag asking $3.60. I didn't check the date, but perhaps it did sell for market rate of nearly four bucks...once.