You Spin Me Right Round, Baby
Checking out the latest album used to be very different from how it is today. Skipping to the next song required precision in guessing where one track on the record ended and the next one began unless you were aiming for “close enough.” There was no YouTube to speed through the singles, so people flocked to record stores to test out the newest records on turntables.
Modern technology has spoiled us with the ability to preview and purchase music without going to a physical music store. However, people still love vinyl so much that even big box stores like Target have record sections. Some of the older record shops are still serving up classics, giving us another nostalgic place to spend quality weekend time.