Nah, in Chile vinyls are just a little bit more expensive than a "special edition" of the same album, its just our culture of... not buying them. I hope that changes for good. In Chile we get those vinyls from the US or Europe and by request at the music store. Would I buy it? Yes, would i play it? not for a while until I get a good player.
Either way, in the US as Christopher says there are a LOT of bands releasing in vinyl so there is no reason Incubus shouldn't release at least the new album on vinyl, and if the entire catalaog goes out, that'd be awesome too and would give me a reaseon to buy a good LP player too.
Thank you Joseph C. Anyone who thinks a vinyl is simply a collectors item has no idea about its value as it pertains to sound quality. Also, I wasn't trying to group all Latin American fans in the same group (I'm one myself). However, the most vocal of Latin American fans in the chat room and even a few here have had a lack of understanding on the significance of a vinyl release.
This is a pretty interesting video to get caught up with the whole vinyl and Record Store Day thing:
I agree with Lanina and Carol I know a lot of people here in Brazil who have a huge colection and still buy vinyls. I grew up listening only vinyls and I know that the quality can't be compare with a cd.
In most of cases - at least in Brazil - we have one of the highest taxes so if we want it we'll buy here or import... doesn't matter!
Maybe a lot of people grew up listen cds and prefer listen music in ipod.
By the way... I'll buy...
Incubus is one of the few major bands that I know that hasn't been keeping up with the vinyl releases. If you put out a good quality vinyl product then fans snatch them up. For example Tool's albums on vinyl are treasured by most collectors I know because of how amazing the sound quality is. I would really hope Incubus follows this example.