Neiman Marcus’s Thirty-five year collection of top 100 on vinyl record

The Gramophone record, more commonly known as the “vinyl”, has always been popular among folks since the ’80s. You may think it is a thing of the retro, but ideally, it is a music storage device, which is also used by top DJ’s for spinning out the best of mixes. They are more than just records; they’re souvenirs and falling into the very same category is the Neiman Marcus’s exclusive collection of 35 years’ of music that made it to the Billboard’s Top 100 Rock and Pop Charts from January 1, 1995, to December 31st, 1990.

The Collection boasts of 18,400 records comprising of Beatles, Elvis, Wallstreet, Huey Lewis and The News, and 45 RPM beauties. The souvenir collection retails for $275,000.