For record collectors, aka crate-diggers, rare is in the eye of the beholder. Local vinyl vendors supply an endless stream of music for locals and out-of-town customers who stop in Cincinnati in search of buried, or in this case, dust-covered, treasure. For devotees, records carry tangible, distinctive personalities. An old price tag still glued to the shrink-wrap reveals where the record originated; the cover art on the jacket tells its own story. At Another Part of the Forest in Over-the-Rhine, Mike Markiewicz carries a little bit of everything, from King Records' classics to soundtracks from Sesame Street. This week, Soapbox takes a spin.