This website and blog also has following information sections:
Vinyl Records Guide - This section contains detailed descriptions of collectible vinyl records. For each record you will find recording and production information, band-member lists and track-listings. Each web-page has this detailed description as well as high-resolution scans of the album covers and the record labels.
Online Record Shop - In the Online Record Shop you will find great deals on rare and collectible vinyl records LPs and picture disc.
EMI - Country Codes. The EMI Country Codes on the record's album covers or records labels may help you to determine the originating country of a particular record
Vinyl Glossary - New in record collectiing? This glossary will help you to decypher the various codes and acronyms used by record collectors
Market Codes - This list of Market of Marketing codes will help you to determine the country of origin for records.
Record Grading - The Record Grading page contains a detailed description of the most common method of grading your records
Rare Album Covers - This section list rare and hard to find album covers. And include album covers designed by famous artists, art-workers, and photographers. See album covers designed by Boris Vallejo, Soroyama Hajime, Julie Bell, HR Giger and many others.
Record Price Guide - The Record Price Guide has general information on estimating the value or prices of records as well as detailed information on record collecting, topics covered include how to start with record collecting, maintenance and cleaning of records and many other valuable topics related to record collecting
This is the table of contents for the vinyl records which are currently for sale. You can find records by clicking on the letter corresponding to the first character of the band's name, for example Accept can be found under the letter A, Metallica is filed under the letter M. However if the band's name starts with "The" this should be omitted, eg. The Beatles can be found under B of Beatles. Band names starting with numerics can be found like: 10cc is Ten CC thus under the T.