100 Albums Scratch Off Poster

Scratch off titles of iconic albums as you listen to reveal the artwork underneath.

$15.00

Scratched Records

From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust, you've already spun some classics. Time for a deeper dive into LP lore with this poster that invites you to listen your way through 100 iconic albums. As you do, use a coin to scratch off each title and reveal surprise, artist-related artwork underneath. It's an interactive way to enjoy essential listening for any music lover. Made in the UK, which gave us Quadrophenia, Led Zeppelin IV, and OK Computer.

Click here to see the full list of album names and artists included.

Made from
300 gsm wood-free gloss paper
Measurements
23.2" H x 16.5" W
Ingredients
Care
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
Notes
Poster arrives rolled in tube.
Item ID
47294

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Kind of bummed...

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from Chehalis, WA

Comments about UncommonGoods 100 Albums Scratch Off Poster:

Was given this as a christmas present, and it is a wonderful idea. The music is going to be fun to work our way through. However, the poster was kind of beat up and scratched in the packaging, not so bad it is worth sending back though, just not great.

Worse though, is the fact that not all of the albums on this poster were actually released on vinyl. Tim Mcgraw's album, Live Like You Were Dying, does not appear to have a vinyl release.

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Would definitely buy this again

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Will be lots of fun for him to use

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