Do you really think burning is the best way to go about it? It seems to me that it would be much easier to leave it out for the garbage truck, rather than making a fire. Doing that might actually violate local ordinances. If you re worried about having second thoughts, put them in the garbage next to something gross, or take them out to a dumpster. That way you won t be tempted to get the stuff back. That said: 1) Do you still have a record player? If not, get rid of them. 2) Scan them, so you can keep them digitally, then get rid of the physical ones. 3) Do they still fit, or does that particular concert have a special memory attached? If not, get rid of them. 4) Keep it, being able to play an instrument always impresses people. 5) I d say you should throw them out. 6) Trash these, though you could take a picture of your collection first. 7) As above, they re garbage. 8) Keep this one, seeing as it was your favorite. 9) Some of these things can be valuable, but seeing as you don t want to sell anything, get rid of them. 10) Throw them out. 11) Get rid of these, too. 12) Scan all of the pictures. They take up little space on your computer, and you can still look through them if you ever want to. Then you can throw out the physical photos. 13) Were they autographed by anyone particularly famous? If not, and they don t mean anything to you, you could trash them. Again, I really recommend the garbage over a fire.