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Delicious Vinyl

With the Austin Record Convention inhabiting the Crockett Events Center, 6301 Hwy. 290 E., Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm, $4 admission good for both days, here's the Top 10 things you're likely to overhear.

10) "Yeah, I saw Ghost World too. Steve Buscemi is God."

9) "All Janet Jackson albums – half off!"

8) "I'll give you this whole box of live Dead tapes for $20."

7) "This Moby Grape LP is in mint condition. Those scratches are just cosmetic."

6) "It only skips a little, I swear."

5) "How many times has Daddy told you: Those Sippie Wallace 78s are not coasters!"

4) "I'll trade you two P.J. Harvey bootlegs for that Radiohead import."

3) "I don't care if it was just reissued – the last thing I need right now is another copy of Rumours."

2) "I'm Rick James, bitch!"

1) "My store just closed. Are you hiring?"

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