Why This Record StoreThe online store’s offerings are mostly classic albums like Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon or Carole King’s Tapestry. Just do the math, that’s 2,344% more than the $31.99 Amazon charges for a new vinyl copy of Pink Floyd’s iconic double album. Correction: As many readers noted, of course The Wall is the Pink Floyd double album, not Dark Side.) As profiled in a delightful Wired Magazine profile, Better Records owner Tom Port explains why his store has no problem finding customers. “I’d like to charge $1,500, because that’s what I think these records are worth,” he tells Wired. If a record was an early pressing (before the stamp starts developing flaws) and has been meticulously cared for, it might earn the title of “Hot Stamper” from Port. (The Better Records test player.