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My Name Is Dave, I Collect Vinyl Records, and I Have a Problem

A vinyl record collector has to move into a smaller apartment. A crisis of space and mind ensues. by Dave Segal I recently had to move to a smaller apartment because of our great city's rising rents. Maybe you can relate. This has forced me to face the unpleasant physical reality of my music collection, which consists of six or seven thousand records, CDs, and cassettes (conservative estimate).
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