Yes, and it's reasoning like that which makes labels charge black market prices to the few dozen who spend their hard-earned cash to buy a release while the rest of the world feels justified in downloading it for free. Can't you see anything wrong with this picture? If monetary value equated artistic value when purchasing music we'd all be royally screwed. And restricted supply is no excuse either. You need to meet your demand at a fair price. And even if you don't gauge that correctly in the first place, it's not impossible to keep vinyl releases available by re-pressing them as and when needed. Just look at labels like Basic Channel, Rhythm & Sound and Maurizio. And I'm sure you don't need me to tell you how much those records are worth.
I just carved out audios from Video Remnants DVD. holy shit, frequencies of Environment 1 are shakes diaphragm of my speaker drivers as devil! I thought it settings of my home cinema system when I checked it on DVD, turns out, not! :o