So my bride and I grew up in the era where vinyl acquisition was the holy grail. better sound quality over cassettes and beloved 8 track tapes. Here we are decades later, been lugging these around unused for the past two plus decades, and whenever we see records for sale, we can not help ourselves and purchase even more of them. Back in October I was told about an online database to organize records "discogs". It took the entire month, but inputted almost 800 items, departed with close to a hundred duplicates. Got them all organized on some semi completed built in shelves here at the house and then thought, no what. Sure organizing them was fun and memories came flooding back. Now for the past two weeks so far, I have been using "Discogs random selection" feature that picks a random selection from your own collection, and that is my morning music selection to awaken the family with. Our collection is extremely diverse. There are days thinking where in the heck did this one come from, yet other days I realize my wife decades ago was extremely weird. We have had selections like yesterday of Dire straits, prior to the Blondie, Kate Bush, Yellow, Foo Fighters and Diamanda Galas. This morning back to some mainstream stuff, Abacab by Genesis. Am I the only one with albums that for decades never saw the light of day?