I remember buying records, it was always so cool heading to the record store to see what was new, then taking them home, putting them on the turntable, listening to the entire album all the while enjoying the album art, reading the liner notes, and getting the entire album experience, the way it was meant to be.

I had a pretty good vinyl collection back in the day, but as music formats changed, I built a pretty sizeable CD collection to replace my vinyl, which I now wish I had kept. Who new they would become more valuable over time?

Well, now vinyl is making a comeback. Like a tube amp adds warmth to the tones of a guitar compared to solid state, vinyl adds a dimension of warmth to the sound of recorded music over digital formats, which in a lot of cases can't reproduce the full dynamic range of a recording. So, if you've never left vinyl or, if you're getting into it for the first time, the website loudersound notes that sales of music on vinyl now outpaces digital downloads. They also compiled a list of the 15 Best Classic Rock Albums to Own On Vinyl.  Here's a look. What albums would you add to the list? We want to know what you think. Feel free to comment below.

AC/DC-Back In Black

Black Sabbath-Paranoid

Thin Lizzy-Live And Dangerous

The Rolling Stones-Sticky Fingers

The Beatles-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Def Leppard-Hysteria

Neil Young-Harvest

Eagles-Hotel California

Led Zeppelin-III

Fleetwood Mac-Rumours

Jimi Hendrix Experience-Are You Experienced?

Guns 'N' Roses-Appetite For Destruction

Pink Floyd-Dark Side Of The Moon

The Who-Quadrophenia

Queen-A Night At The Opera

See the list and the original article here.

Personally, I could think of hundreds more.