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"Oh, hey Rachael. Um... I think we might have it on vinyl, but as far as I know we don't have any CD copies i'm afraid."

"Oh, I see-"

"Oh, man, you guys do that in vinyl? Seriously? That is like, the coolest thing ever. I'm totally getting that."

Rachael silently moved over to the vinyl section of the store. She began to search through the bins, hoping there was a copy of Biophilia in the bins somewhere.

I doubt it has a vinyl copy. Bjork is weird, but I don't think she went that far back. Still, even if there was a vinyl, I don't have a record player. Well, might as well see if it is here.

Rachael continued to search through the bins and sip on her Capri-Sun. Suddenly, Rachael froze.

By the gods, no way!

Rachael pulled the vinyl out of the bin. On the paper envelope, Rachael identified Edgar Allan Poe, Bob Dylan, Aldous Huxley, Marilyn Monroe, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Marlon Brando, Lewis Carroll, Shirley Temple, Albert Einstein, and four young men from Liverpool.

She had found Sgt. Peppers.

Rachael held the paper envelope in front of her in amazement. She felt like she had just discovered the Holy Grail, and it was in her hands.

Rachael hurried back over to the checkout counter counter.

"H-hey, I would like this," she said, placing the record on the counter and pulling her wallet out of her bag. "It's not Bjork, but it's just as good."
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