It turns out moving into the White House has a few perks (who knew?)—and Rolling Stone has little story about the history of the big house's record library.
It goes pretty much how you would expect: It started off boring with Nixon, improved under Carter (Sex Pistols! Neil Young!) and Grandpa Reagan got confused and moved them to the basement.
Will Obama update the collection? I hope so. He is, after all, the hip-hop President. (My first additions: Rakim's "Paid in Full," Nas' "Illmatic" and Wu-Tang Clan's "Enter the Wu-Tang.")
What do you think? What records need to be in the White House library?
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