As a child of the seventies and eighties, I have to admit... the only way I HAVE the entire Enz catalogue, is on vinylquote:Originally posted by stepinmyshoes:
[qb]another good question would be whether you still buy things on vinyl (new stuff as well as old/used stuff).
i'm currently trying to get the whole enz catalog on vinyl; still looking for those elusive Frenzy's and See ya Round's that are hiding in some used record shop somewhere.[/qb]
Transport me back several years to my record-hunting days, Luke my friend, and I could have found you both in a single day, possibly even at a single shop, in Melbourne (and luckier still for me, I had overseas Frenz, back in the days before online shops, who'd find and ship me such gems as "Waiata" (it was "Corroboree" in Australia) and the candy-stripe European version of "Mental Notes", and the UK release of "Frenzy" with bonus tracks from the Luton sessions... wherever you are now, faithful penFrenz, thanks a million!)