Searching for vinyl records isn’t difficult when you use a few easy techniques. If you’re looking for a vinyl LP edition of Keith Emerson’s soundtrack for Dario Argento’s Inferno, for example, try searching for “Keith Emerson Inferno Soundtrack Vinyl”.
If you are looking for a specific type of vinyl, it pays to narrow down your searches even further. Don’t settle on a search for the phrase George Romero Dawn of the Dead Soundtrack LP when you’re really looking for a Dawn of the Dead soundtrack album on colored vinyl. In that case, try Dawn of the Dead soundtrack record colored vinyl instead.
The same goes for special designators. Do you want a copy of an out-of-print vinyl record? A great example–the soundtrack to Dario Argento’s Tenebre on Dagored is now out of print for the time being. If you want that specific album, do a search for Tenebre soundtrack vinyl LP Dagored out of print and see what comes up.
It’s a good idea to vary your search terms to include prices or other unique identifiers. Sometimes you can’t find this stuff without getting a bit creative in your searches. Can’t find a particular album for sale anywhere? Try doing a more obscure search for something like, “David Lynch Twin Peaks Soundtrack LP hole punched” or “Rare Ennio Morricone soundtrack album clearance bin cutout” just to see what happens.