By Britt Bickel

Today, August 12th, is National Vinyl Record Day, so to celebrate, we’re taking a look back at the very first records we ever bought.

We had our listeners call in this morning to tell us about the very first vinyl albums they ever bought – take a listen below!

Vinyl Record Day is all about “recognizing the preserving vinyl music, its culture, art and sound,” so dust off your old records and give ’em a spin for old times sake today to celebrate!

Here are the first vinyl records The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show ever bought:

Gary Bryan: Meet The Beatles

Lisa Stanley: “Puppy Love” – Donny Osmond

Bob Malik: “We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper” – The Beatles

Brandon The Producer: “99 Luftballons” 12” extended remix – Nena

Tim “The Cabana Boy”: “Disco Duck” – Rick Dees

Paul Malik: Smash – The Offspring

Alex the InternWeezer (The Blue Album)

Britt the Web Girl: Reggatta de Blanc – The Police

We want to hear from you – what was the first record you ever bought? Add yours in the comments below!


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