by Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 30 May 2014

A few years ago, I accidentally sold six Beatles records (in mint condition) for $1 each at a garage sale. I’ve always wondered what might’ve happened had I not sold them, along with all the other records I sold that day. Maybe I’d have a gigantic vinyl collection. Maybe, just maybe, I’d have a record collection to be envious of. Ok, perhaps not, after looking at these images by Eilon Paz from his 416-page book, Dust & Grooves.

These are your most obsessive album collectors. Their collections date back decades and they’re more than impressive – they’re incredible reminders of how music has changed our lives and how technology has changed the way we listen to tunes.

Via Esquire