Now In Stock: Hannibal Season One OST, Torso Original Soundtrack Vinyl, Popol Vuh Nosferatu Soundtrack Vinyl

Vinyl Record Hannibal Season One SoundtrackWe have ONE copy of the Hannibal Season One soundtrack with all its delicious Morricone-influenced dissonance and haunting cues. Turntabling has also gotten a few other delicious goodies including the limited edition vinyl soundtrack for Sergio Martino’s Torso, and the Popol Vuh Nosferatu soundtrack reissue, which is nothing short of amazing.

These are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so grab them while they are still available! As these are all limited editions, they are getting more rare by the minute!

Sergio Martino Torso soundtrack vinyl

Popol Vuh Nosferatu soundtrack vinyl

There is a LOT of new vinyl in the Turntabling shop, limited and rare…plus some oldies but goodies. Grab ’em while they are still available!

Lots of New Stock Added

Cat In The Brain soundtrack Frizzi vinylOh yes, Turntabling has a TON of new vinyl in stock and ready for you. Fulci soundtracks! Goblin! Morricone! Turntabling did have some down time but we are back and raring to go, bringing you the most awesome rare, unique, weird, collectible, and amazing records. You didn’t know you needed the soundtrack to Fulci’s gorefest A Cat In The Brain but now that you DO, you know where to find it.

You can view our complete inventory and order or just browse to see the latest.

Interested in owning a very limited vinyl edition version of the Papaya, Love Goddess Of The Cannibals? Yes, Turntabling has this one, too.

Papaya love goddess of the cannibals soundtrack

Papaya cannibal soundtrack color vinyl  There are many, MANY more amazing titles in stock and yet to come. We have Italian prog, rare Morricone, post-punk, tons of stuff waiting for you. The inventory is growing and growing, so feast your ears on this collection of amazing sounds. We’ll be adding more posts with links to our latest finds, and we are also adding a good selection of pre-owned vinyl records, too.

Speaking of which, Turntabling buys record collections. If you have a collection to sell, please get in touch via email with as much detail as possible: jwallace(at) turntabling.net

We regularly travel to evaluate record collections and make purchases. Do get in touch if you have a collection you want to sell.

Ennio Morricone vinyl records Demons soundtrack on vinyl picture disc limited edition Dark Star soundtrack vinyl reissue limited edition

 

Vinyl Collections Wanted: Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Ministry, Sisters of Mercy

Records Wanted Skinny Puppy Front 242
Turntabling is now purchasing record collections featuring industrial bands such as Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Ministry, RevCo and more.

An upcoming art show curated by Chicago’s StudioLab and Turntabling.net will feature the images and sounds of dark music by some of the most legendary bands of the genre.

As part of this art show, Turntabling is in search of record collections to purchase that feature gothic, industrial, dark electronica bands and related performers.

If you have records by Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Ministry, RevCo, Fad Gadget, Frontline Assembly, Sisters of Mercy, The Mission UK, Armageddon Dildos, Coil, Legendary Pink Dots, Muslimgauze, Noise Unit, Shinjuku Thief, Black Tape For A Blue Girl, Download, Puppy Gristle, The Jackofficers, Switchblade Symphony, Big Electric Cat, Christian Death, Nurse With Wound, Current 93,  Dead Artist Syndrome, Electric Hellfire Club, My Life With Thrill Kill Kult, and many others, we definitely want to hear from you.

Contact by email: jwallace@turntabling.net. All serious offers considered.

As mentioned above, there is a great reason for this massive hunt for gothic, industrial, and otherwise dark records-Turntabling, in association with the Chicago artist-run StudioLab located in the historic Flatiron Arts Building in Chicago, is preparing an art show featuring album covers and related materials from the classic era of industrial music. Turntabling seeks to buy record collections that prominently feature gothic/industrial albums to increase the amount of items on display at the exhibit.

Unfortunately due to insurance concerns, we cannot accept loans of this material–we can only purchase outright. But if you have vinyl records to sell, or collections of vinyl that also include posters, fan badges, books, etc on the subject, please get in touch. We are considering all serious offers.

Joe Wallace is curating the show and can be contacted via the address above. Again, record collections that include a lot of gothic/industrial albums, posters, buttons, books, fanzines, etc. will be considered for purchase. We are definitely interested in buying in bulk rather than small lots, but will consider any serious offer regardless of size.

The date for the exhibit has yet to be established since we are in the research and collection phase for the materials, but time is of the essence since we’d like to have the material collected and prepared for display soon. Get in touch as quickly as possible to schedule an appointment to view your collection and discuss purchase options.

Records Wanted Ministry Skinny Puppy industrial

Sell Us Your Vinyl Record Collection

We buy vinyl records and record collections

I am looking for record collections to purchase. Turntabling as a record selling site has been dormant for some time due to a variety of reasons, but now that we are back online our record buying activities are also alive and kicking. I buy record collections and would be happy to view any collection that has a decent amount of the right genres.

You can contact me to discuss your record collection initially via e-mail at jwallace@turntabling.net Please include a description of the types of vinyl in your collection, the estimated condition of the records, approximately how many you have and please enclose images where possible of the collection as a whole plus any individual items you may want to let me know about.

WHAT I BUY

I am primarily interested in the following genres:

Soundtracks, especially Ennio Morricone, or any of the 60s/70s Italian soundtrack artists such as Riz Ortolani, Stelvio Cipriani, Roberto Donati, Goblin, Nico Fidenco, etc.

Post-Punk and New Wave including groups like Magazine, Devo, Slow Children, Hawaiian Pups, The Units, Single Bullet Theory, The Suburban Lawns, Adam Ant, anything that falls into this category is always worth a look. Strange, obscure, underappreciated, all welcome.

Gothic/Industrial groups like Sisters of Mercy, Xymox, Legendary Pink Dots, Skinny Puppy, BiGod 20, industrial compilations, Coil, Severed Heads, Front 242, Cure, Banshees, KMFDM, etc. Any collections with a good amount of records like these will get my full attention. Swans, Neubauten, Killing Joke, Chris Connelly, Ministry, PTP, RevCo, etc.

Reggae and Dub but ESPECIALLY dub LPs. The more far out the better. Scientist, Super Ape, Lee Scratch Perry, dub compilations, anything with Adrian Sherwood or Twilight Circus on it, anything from Black Ark studios,  Blood and Fire, On-U Sound, e4tc.

60s/70s Psych and especially garage, teacup psychedelia, early brit psych, etc.

Noise and Experimental: I am looking for a variety of weirdness, noise, experimentation, odd pressings, you name it. The weirder or more unusual the better. Japanese noise especially welcome. Want to get rid of those GeroGeriGeGeGe and Boredoms releases? Getting tired of UFO Or Die and Extreme Noise Terror releases lying around your home? Merzbow annoying your cats? I buy these and much more.

Religious Records of all kinds, the stranger and more left of center, occult-oriented, intolerant/bigoted the better. Especially interested in 80s CCM albums such as those released on Frontline, What?, Sparrow, etc. If you have televangelist records please get in touch. If you have Daniel Amos records, Crumbacher, Edin Adahl, Scatered Few, etc…get in touch.

Bizarre Spoken Word Records including any sex-related, adults only or otherwise naughty albums. Instructional LPs are also great, but the stranger the better. I also buy literature-based spoken word records such as the celebrity reads albums like Roddy McDowall reading HP Lovecraft, Sir Alec Guinness reading A Modest Proposal, sci fi authors reading their own work, etc.

I also buy unusual albums of any type–outsider records, private press LPs, etc.

When purchasing record collections, I am quick to tell people what I DO NOT BUY:

Show tunes. Sorry,  no Broadway, no musicals.

Classic Rock. Not interested in Journey, Kiss, AC/DC, or any of the other groups considered classic rock or Album Oriented Rock. There may be ONE OR TWO exceptions, but not many.

Country. Nuff said.

Jazz. In my experience, the jazz I am interested in (Miles Davis, Coltrane, genres like Soul Jazz music, BeBop, etc) are not the titles offered in collections made available for sale. I’m not buying collections of standard jazz groups or soloists. Avant garde jazz, unusual, funky, left-of-center jazz is another story, so if you have Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, things of that nature, do let me know. THOSE things I AM interested in.

Singer/Songwriters. Sorry, but we have no demand for Carly Simon, Joan Baez, Carole King, Dionne Warwick, etc. No James Taylor, Jim Croche, etc.

If you have records to sell, please get in touch with Turntabling via my email address: jwallace@turntabling.net and be sure to include your contact information, general location, and how many LPs you have for sale. Thank you very much for your interest.

We are buying record collections of all sizes

Turntabling buys record collections

Remix: Record Cover Collage by Jessica DeCuir

crimson_collinsFriday, May 15th in Chicago Illinois, Turntabling’s Joe Wallace curates Remix, an art show featuring album cover collages by Jessica Barnett DeCuir, who comes to StudioLab to show her work all the way from San Antonio, Texas. (Some readers will remember that StudioLab hosted the Turntabling album cover show in 2014, Sexy and Scary Vinyl)

DeCuir’s work for the show involves album covers from the 70s and 80s. “I limited myself to these two decades because the albums are easy to come by and are the nostalgic, often cheesy soundtrack of my years growing up and listening to radio, records and tapes. Many of the original album covers contained subliminal content, later to be revealed through my 2×2” square cutting process.”

If it hadn’t been for an accidental discovery, Remix might not have happened. DeCuir says,”The series began when I found a small fragment cut from a record cover in the garbage,” she says, “When I showed it to my husband, a fellow musician, band-mate, and vinyl junkie, he was instantly able to identify the album it came from, while to me it was an interesting abstract image. Surrounded by a couple of thousand records in our home music studio, it was not difficult to get inspiration for the project that began in 2006 and has continued off-and-on through 2015.”

This show features some famous–and infamous–album covers. What has been done to them must be seen to be believed. It’s one thing to view a single image from the show like the one above, titled Crimson Collins, it’s quite another to see a large number of these works grouped together. Then you really get the full impact of the work and the show overall.

Remix has an opening reception at StudioLab on Friday May 15, from 6 to 10PM on the 5th Floor of the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago, and the show runs until mid-June. You can learn more about the opening night via our Facebook event page for Remix.

FRONT AND BACK(1)

MASSIVE Turntabling Vinyl Blowout December 6 & 7 2014 @Renegade Craft Fair

Turntabling will have a MAJOR vinyl blowout for two days at StudioLab, located on the 5th floor of the Bridgeport Art Center. Saturday December 6 and Sunday December 7 are the dates for the Renegade Craft Fair which has found a new home at the Bridgeport Art Center. Those two days are artist open studios and Turntabling will be set up on the 5th floor in StudioLab, which is run by Joe Wallace who, coincidentally, also runs Turntabling.

There will be TONS of RARE VINYL and a lot of good discount finds and even a “pay what you prefer” bin. This is going to be a MAJOR sale of Turntabling stock and also includes rare CDs and much more. You do not want to miss this rare, one of a kind event featuring some of the most rare soundtrack and other vinyl finds we’ve got.

That’s SATURDAY and SUNDAY December 6 and 7 2014 on the 5th Floor of the Bridgeport Art Center located at 1200 W. 35th Street in Chicago in the Bridgeport neighborhood.

Unfortunately there is NO ATM in the building however, Turntabling is proud to use Square and does accept credit cards. See you there!

Ennio Morricone Giallo Vinyl

New Giallo and Horror Vinyl In Stock: Ennio Morricone, Clint Mansell, Nicola Piovani

Clint Mansell In The Wall Soundtrack

New in stock at the Turntabling shop at Discogs.com! Ennio Morricone’s amazing, experimental and barrier-breaking soundtrack for Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura, also known in the USA as Cold Eyes Of Fear. There’s also the Clint Mansell (Pop Will Eat Itself) soundtrack vinyl for In The Wall, plus a delicious blue-and-black colored vinyl copy of the soundtrack to the awesomely bizarre Perfume of the Woman In Black.

Giallo soundtrack vinyl is always a wonderful find, and these limited edition releases on Dagored are sure to go fast. These are just a few of the new titles in stock, have a look at the Turntabling shop to see plenty of other rare, weird, and awesome vinyl.

Giallo soundtracks on vinyl

Reasons to buy a turntable

Why I Buy and Sell Vinyl Records

Every once in a while it seems like a good idea to talk about why vinyl records are awesome, why it’s a good thing to collect vinyl and what it means to live the vinyl lifestyle.

Not everybody who buys records is into “living the vinyl lifestyle” but for me personally, this is something I’ve made a massive part of my life. It’s part of my livelihood, it’s part of my creative process, and buying/playing/selling/trading vinyl takes up a big chunk of my day.

Why?

It’s not just about supporting artists that I like, or supporting record stores that have become local institutions in my city, or even just about finding and sharing new music. It’s also about the idea that vinyl records represent something important–people who have decided to make their lives about something more than just a 9-to-5 job or the day-to-day nonsense we’re all plagued with.

It does’t matter if you’re a record seller, a concert-goer, a music reviewer, a vinyl collector or the musician making the music that gets immortalized on vinyl–together we all make this community of people who have found a common joy that is represented by LPs, 12-inch singles, 45s and seven-inch singles, liner notes, artwork and all the wonderful experiences that go along with these things.

When you play a record, go to a record shop, attend a concert, buy a band t-shirt, etc. you participate and contribute to this bigger thing that arose around all of these separate activities. It makes the whole thing possible. It doesn’t matter so much about the genre of music, the location of it, etc. etc…it’s more about the doing and the sharing.

How cool is that?

I love nothing more than coming into my office, turning on the lava lamp and the turntable and relaxing into some strange new vinyl find I discovered earlier in the day. When I list these things for sale, I’ve not just gone out and scoured the earth for them, but I’ve also curated my offerings in my own way–I put my own spin on what I have collected and offer for sale. There’s a fun connection you make with people who share your love for these things.

That’s what keeps me coming back again and again to collecting AND selling–I love making those connections between people who love the kinds of vinyl I too am obsessed with.

Buy a turntable for someone as a present–you could be unlocking a whole new world they never even knew existed until they were faced with the challenge of finding something to play on that new machine.

–Joe Wallace