Wow, that is pricey, but cool finds. I keep looking for 80s-90s vinyl, but it's hard to find anything decent. I sure wish I had money back then to buy albums.
I am recently into collecting self-titled LPs. I think I'm going to make this a fun way to look for records. I found Elton John's "Elton John" ($5) and Boz Scaggs' "Boz Scaggs" ($4). I found out he had an earlier release called "Boz" though.
I also found Simon and Garfunkel's "Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m.". Very folksy.
I have ordered Pink Floyd's "Momentary Lapse" and it should be on it's way. I paid $17 for it. A bit high, but I can't find it anywhere... never even seen a real copy of it. I just want to hear "Turning Away" on my system
"Rufusized" by Rufus featuring Chaka Khan which doesn't even appear on her discography on Wikipedia. And I just realized that the 45 I found by Rufus "Tell me Something Good" has Chaka on it too! I had no idea. cool stuff you learn.
John Cougar's "Nothin' Matters and What if it Did" which puts me at 5 Mellencamp albums, I think. My wife loves him.
My dad had some old albums in his closet. I took home the Clockwork Orange soundtrack which I recalled haunted me when I was young. Good stuff.