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You can almost miss this used CD and vinyl store walking past, as I did even though I was looking for it!
There's a great collection of used CDs and vinyl (helpfully labeled by condition). And the staff is very attentive, even pointing to a...More
Their catalog covers any music style imaginable. From mainstream pop to indie, surf, psychedelia, post rock, rockabilly, krautrock, punk, hard-core, metal, etc. Excellent selection of 7 inches. Their prices aren't low but not too expensive either. The staff was really friendly, considering that I'm from...More
Promo stuff , used cds even rare ones .
It is like being physically inside ebay and navigate between your favourite music , could be rock but even dance and electronic music even not being a proper dj shop.
I want more of this kind
had to laugh how the records are filed by genre, sub genre , and artist. Its like no one can be bothered to stand and flick through rows of vinyl to find the hidden gems. Its all laid out for you, labelled up and nothing...More
Date of experience: May 2012
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