Whip It Good: The Last Train to Weirdsville

    Dangerous Minds: “Last week Dave Taylor, who runs Weirdsville Records in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, on the northern edge of Detroit, pulled a funny kind of prank when he decided to switch up the visual look of his store for an hour or two … a full wall of Whipped Cream & Other Delights and Whipped Cream & Other Delights fronting every bin! (Yes, in case you were wondering, the unseen albums in the bins are not all Alpert’s masterpiece, they’re just regular albums.)”

    Taylor explains: “Every day we get records in. There will be at least two of these in every stack! Nine out of 10 households had this record! It’s a great record and who can’t love this cover?”

    “One of the most interesting aspects of the display is that Taylor went out of his way to make sure customers understood that the copies are not for sale. Taylor says that he has about 75 copies of the album, and sheepishly admitted that he is ‘stockpiling the Herb’.”

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