As someone who places a lot of value on his music collection I can but feel attracted to a site like Find You Some Vinyl. To all intents and purposes, it is a search engine for LPs. It is not really beefy in terms of features, but it does what it is supposed to do (EG letting you find 45s) in a way that is quite praiseworthy since it looks well beyond major retailers such as Amazon.
Searches on Find You Some Vinyl take much smaller retailers like Boomkat and Insound into account – the kind of retailers that are sure to have a copy of that long out-of-print vinyl that collectors protect with their lives if it came to it. Literally.
I will say it again – as it stands right now, the site is quite skeletal. There are no filters to implement. You can not carry a search focused on how much a vinyl you are looking for costs, for example. But the foundations for a potentially attractive service are right in place, and any update to the user interface that is made from this point onwards can but make things better.
FindYouSomeVinyl.com In Their Own Words
Find you some vinyl.
Why FindYouSomeVinyl.com It Might Be A Killer
Record collectors will find it the coolest site ever – no need to specify whether they are looking for a CD, a DVD or a LP any longer.