In addition to selling vinyl online in places like the Turntabling Discogs.com store and similar ventures, this site hits the road every year to do horror and sci-fi conventions. Last week I posted a schedule for the upcoming madness, but since then I’ve had an addition and possibly more to come.
I’ll have more vinyl-and more RARE vinyl-at the following shows than ever before. Not sure how I’m going to fit it all into one little convention table space, but there will definitely be a lot to choose from including rare horror soundtracks like Halloween 2, Return of the Living Dead and the like, plus some ultra-rare stuff from the sci-fi side of things like the Dark Star soundtrack, Tom Baker reading Jules Verne, Leonard Nimoy reading Bradbury on vinyl and much more.
Here is the latest schedule current til the end of the year–these are all shows where you will find the Turntabling table and lots of great vinyl records:
Flashback Weekend, August 12-14 2011 in Rosemont, Illinois. It’s located at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare at 5440 River Road.
Cinema Wasteland, September 30 – October 2 2011 in Strongsville Ohio. It’s at the Holiday Inn at 15471 Royalton Road in Strongsville.
Dark Carnival Film Festival, October 21-23 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana. For ticket and location info call (812) 323-3020
Horrorhound Weekend November 11-13 2011 in Cincinnati Ohio. This one is at the Crowne Plaza Hotel 11320 Chester Road.
If there are additional updates, I’ll post a revised schedule soonest. Hope to see you at one or more of these shows!
Here is another selection of rare vinyl just in for sale at Turntabling. Hurry before these are gone for good! At some point they will go up for sale in the Turntabling shop at Bonanza-they’re on sale here at a discount before they go up there…all titles here are in Very Good condition at a minimum.
The Hunger soundtrack on Varese Sarabande is pretty sweet, I must say. I don’t find these too often and when I do they usually disappear–plenty of Bowie vampire fans out there. The Hunger still holds up after all this time–probably because in addition to Bowie and the unique-for-a-vampire-film plot, the special effects are still pretty awesome. Buy the vinyl LP soundtrack to The Hunger from Turntabling for $20 plus shipping.
A rarity indeed–a radio version of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy: The Restaurant At The End of the Universe on vinyl. Can you believe the luck? This was a stunning find–I had no idea it would ever be available as I’m sure 99% of the people who own this would never part with it. But here it is…any fan of Douglas Adams should LOVE this. Can you say, “birthday present”? I knew you could. Buy the vinyl LP Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy: The Restaurant At The End of the Universe for $25.00 plus shipping.
Based on what he wrote on the liner notes at the time, Henry Rollins didn’t seem overly thrilled about the material on this spoken word album THEN, he is no doubt embarrassed by this spoken-word album by now, having released A Short Walk On A Long Pier in 1989, featuring the collected recordings of his spoken word material since 1986.
There is no music on this Rollins album–it’s all spoken word stuff that Hank fans know and love. I have never seen this floating around til earlier this year…and have seen nothing like it since. Henry Rollins spoken word completists will love this–the vinyl features a photo of Henry Rollins with long, metal-head hair. Pricelesss. Buy A Short Walk On A Long Pier on vinyl from Turntabling for $25.oo plus shipping.
These titles will hit eBay and Bonanza soon at higher prices–get these while they last at the current rate.
In case you didn’t already know, Turntabling is selling vinyl at Discogs.com including plenty of rarities and hard-to-find titles like the original Day of the Dead soundtrack, Dawn of the Dead and much more. There are currently nearly 100 vinyl and CD titles listed for sale there.
Here’s the rub: Turntabling readers get a special discount (varies by title) when ordering via Discogs.com. It’s the sort of thing I do on an order-by-order basis, so there is not a specific % off type discount. It varies by title as some of them get quite pricey there due to rarity, difficulty to find, etc.
You can get the Turntabling discount by friending me on Facebook, and sending me a Facebook message letting me know what titles you are interested in buying. I will send you a reply with the discounted price and instructions on how to pay (via Paypal only).
Turntabling.net readers, please DISREGARD the Discogs.com prices–if you message me on Facebook, you will get a discount on the titles you mention. It’s as easy as that!
The prices on Discogs.com are NOT my “friend” prices. And anyone who reads Turntabling.net and friends me on Facebook is definitely worthy of friend prices…
Why not take a look at my rare vinyl inventory on Discogs.com, then hop over to Facebook and friend me there, and send me a message on any vinyl you’d like to purchase? I’ll shoot you back a discounted price and we can get things rolling.
As always, thanks for reading and have fun browsing the inventory. There is more being added daily.