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70s Vinyl Records

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  • Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP (ABCX 758)

     

    Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP Original Press (ABCX 758)
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  • The Band - The Last Waltz Vinyl LP (RR1 3146)

     

    The Band - The Last Waltz Vinyl LP (RR1 3146)
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  • Steely Dan - Gaucho Vinyl LP (MCA-1693)

     

    Steely Dan - Gaucho Vinyl LP Original Press (MCA-6102)
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  • Steely Dan - Greatest Hits Vinyl LP (AK-1107/2)

     

    Steely Dan - Greatest Hits Vinyl LP (AK-1107/2)
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  • Steely Dan - Aja Vinyl LP (0076732168813)

     

    Steely Dan - Aja Vinyl LP Original Press (AB-1006)
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  • Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon Vinyl LP (PFRLP8)

     

    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon Vinyl LP Reissue (PFRLP8)
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  • Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Live at The Fillmore East Vinyl LP (444291)

     

    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Live at The Fillmore East Vinyl LP
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  • Black Sabbath - Paranoid Vinyl LP (BMGRM054LP)

     

    Black Sabbath - Paranoid Vinyl LP Reissue (3104)
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  • Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP (MCA-37040)

     

    Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP Original Press (ABCX 758)
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  • Pink Floyd - Animals Vinyl LP (PFRLP10)

     

    Pink Floyd - Animals Vinyl LP Reissue (PFRLP10)
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  • Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy Vinyl LP (R1535344)

     

    Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy Vinyl LP
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  • Black Sabbath - Master of Reality Vinyl LP (BMGRM055LP)

     

    Black Sabbath - Master of Reality Vinyl LP (BMGRM055LP)
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  • The Beatles - Let It Be Vinyl LP (824721)

     

    The Beatles Let It Be Vinyl LP For Sale
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  • Fleetwood Mac - Rumors Vinyl LP (093624979357)

     

    Fleetwood Mac - Rumors Vinyl LP Reissue (517786-1)
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  • Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Vinyl LP (3753495)

     

    Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Vinyl LP (375 349-5) Mint Condition
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  • Steely Dan - Aja Vinyl LP (AA-1006)

     

    Steely Dan - Aja Vinyl LP Original Press (AB-1006)
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  • Rush - 2112 Vinyl LP (SRM11079)

     

    Rush 2112 Vinyl LP for Sale
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  • Ramones - Ramones Vinyl LP (RR1 6020)

     

    Ramones - Ramones Vinyl LP (RR1 6020)
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  • The Beatles - Abbey Road Vinyl LP (SO-383)

     

    The Beatles - Abbey Road Vinyl LP Reissue (SO-383)
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  • The Beatles - Hey Jude Vinyl LP (SW-385)

     

    The Beatles - Hey Jude Vinyl LP Reissue (SW 385)
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  • The Doobie Brothers - The Captain and Me Vinyl LP (BS 2694)

     

    The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me Vinyl LP Reissue (BS 2694)
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  • Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive Vinyl LP (SP3703)

     

    Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive Vinyl LP Reissue (SP-3703)
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  • Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here Vinyl LP (PFRLP9)

     

    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here Vinyl LP Half Speed Mastered (HC 43453)
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  • Pink Floyd - The Wall Vinyl LP 2016 (PFRLP11)

     

    Pink Floyd - The Wall Vinyl LP 2016 Reissue (PFRLP11)
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  • Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I Vinyl LP (8122796641)

     

    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I Vinyl LP (8122796641)
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  • Elton John - Here and There Vinyl LP (MCA2197)

     

    Elton John - Here And There Vinyl LP Reissue (MCA-2197)
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  • Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Vinyl LP (7E1052)

     

    Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Vinyl LP (7E-1052)
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  • Eagles - One of These Nights Vinyl LP (7E1039)

     

    Eagles - One Of These Nights Vinyl LP Reissue (7E-1039)
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  • Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend Vinyl LP (5303052)

     

    Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers Vinyl LP
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  • Boston ‎- Don't Look Back Vinyl LP (MOVLP850)

     

    Boston ‎- Don't Look Back Vinyl LP
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  • Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP (89 603 ET)

     

    Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill Vinyl LP Original Press (ABCX 758)
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  • Billy Joel - The Stranger Vinyl LP (JC34987)

     

    Billy Joel - The Stranger Vinyl LP Reissue (JC 34987)
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Buy New & Used 70s Vinyl Records

Following the initial waves of rock’n’roll in the 60s, artists branched out more than ever before in the 70s to define and invent countless genres. They took the best ideas of the years before and pushed them harder, faster, and darker in a million new directions, creating a golden age for music.

Most explosive of all were the legendary hard rock albums that peppered the first half of the decade. Rock icons Led Zeppelin climbed the “Stairway to Heaven” and burned brighter than ever, releasing some of their hottest albums ever including Led Zeppelin IV and Physical Graffiti. Just listen to “Rock and Roll” and you’ll enter the Houses of the Holy-est hard rock band ever.

Psychedelic legends Pink Floyd, founded in the 60s, reached the peaks of their success in the 70s, releasing all-time album after album. In the span of the decade, they topped the charts with Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975), Animals (1977), and The Wall (1979). That’s right: all your favorite Pink Floyd albums were released within 6 years of each other. You don’t need no education to appreciate any of these classics.

Sprouting from the growing hard rock and psychedelic rock scenes came arena rock bands like Boston, Foreigner, and Journey, and face melters like Van Halen and AC/DC. You can praise the guitar gods for these Jukebox Heroes enlightening us with their upbeat, soaring hits.

Besides being the golden age of rock, the 70s saw the advent of new genres. Black Sabbath invented soul-crushing heavy metal, releasing their four most popular albums in the first two years of the decade. In 1976, the release of the fast-paced, moody Ramones album invented punk rock. And let’s not forget the most iconic genre of the late 70s - Disco.

With DJs playing artists like the Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Michael Jackson, and KC and The Sunshine Band, you were sure to find something fun to dance to on your night out. The 70s also saw the rise of two of Motown’s greatest superstars: Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye.

All these influences changed pop music, making it more creative, interesting, and shiny. Albums by glam kings David Bowie, Elton John, and Queen topped the charts throughout the decade. These guys will forever be my Heroes. Other acts like Steely Dan and Steve Miller Band took pop into jazzy, unexplored new psychedelic territory.

If you were lucky enough to be alive (and not deaf) during the 70s, you’ll recall an era where you’d run to the record store every time you heard about the latest release. You’d bring it home, set it down on your record player, and tune into the greatest music you’d ever heard for a while. You’ll get that same satisfaction when your online vinyl order from Binaural Records is delivered to your door. No phones, no CDs, no iPods, no distractions: the 70s are the essence of what music is all about.

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