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This site is about obscure rock bands from the sixties, seventies and the eighties. They are from the era when records were the dominant audio medium and some of them can only be found on vinyl. Most of the groups only produced a few albums while others only released a single album in their brief history. Some have been around for years playing the local scene or touring with national groups but never reaching superstar status and some where successful in other countries but only had a minor hit in the United States. They all shared the same goal, to be successful, but when fame and fortune eluded them they decided to call it quits. A lot of good music has slipped into history and may have only been heard by a limited audience. This site is dedicated to those lesser know bands, their dreams and the music that they produced.
Every band has a page with a photo, their biography, discography and a music video. The cover art contains pictures and information of interesting album covers. On the Vinyl Blog you'll find album reviews and articles relating to music. The music links is a list of places that sell albums and other vinyl related information. The band links is a very large list of classic rock bands and musicians. The music page will take you to every video on the website and the sitemap is a shortcut to every page on the Final Vinyl. I am always adding bands, videos and other interesting stuff to the Final Vinyl but the main focus will always be on the aspiring bands from the 60's to the 80's. If you have any questions, comments or are wondering about a band from that time span just drop me an email at, info@thefinalvinyl.com.

Whats new on the final vinyl!

The latest band is Patto, a talented band with a tragic story.
The Vinyl Blog has a list of albums that are best heard on vinyl.
Five Man Electrical Band had a huge hit in 1971, Tesla covered it in 1990.

Album Cover Art

Frank Zappa - We're Only In It For The Money
Frank Zappa
Pink Floyd album covers
Pink Floyd
The Beatles - Sgt. Peppers Lonley Hearts Club Band
The Beatles
Banned album covers
Banned Covers

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