• WHO REMEMBERS PLACES CALLED
"RECORD STORES"?
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    • Ahh- Tower Records
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    • It was cool to hold an album & check out everything on the covers
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    • Sam Goody😄
      drice1 15 mar
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    • Yelp I sure do and i wish they would put all the music back on vinyl again like they did in the good old days
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    • I really miss those places
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    • Tower Records - Phoenix, AZ 😁
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    • Remember?! LMAOOOOO Those sum beetches can still be found!! 👍😂
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    • Ok....who remembers video stores...drive-in movies?🙄🙄
      Jafo 19 mar
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    • Miss them so much the fun of finding the music you needed and wanted the best 😍
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    • How about 8-trax???
      trkdrvr 18 mar
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    • Head shops seventh heavan
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    • Miss the good ole days
      willup 18 mar
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    • Best days of my life.
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    • Used to hang out thier
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    • I would spend hours in them just to find the album I found in the first five minutes.
      TAP1 17 mar
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    • Still go to em. Picked up a bee gees record recently
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    • Spent lots of time and money there
      NHZNAME 16 mar
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    • George's Song Shop in Johnstown Pa still open??
      Rowdy363 16 mar
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    • Sam Goody
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    • I miss them
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    • That's how music should be sold!!
      ggonz1972 15 mar
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    • I would spend hours just looking at them
      coz1970 15 mar
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    • I worked at Radio Doctors in Milwaukee in the 70's. A wholesaler.
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    • Miss them. 😢💔
      Roseapple 15 mar
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    • Wollicks music city .Hollywood ca.
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    • Owned on in87
      HenryHAdi 15 mar
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    • And miss them.
      Lucky 14 mar
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    • Harmony Hut & Sam and goody
      clamtrap 14 mar
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    • There still 1 that I know of
      mz420 14 mar
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    • I miss places like this, especially the FYI STORE THAT USED TO BE NEXT TO THE EASTLAND MALL IN EVANSVILLE
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    • Rolling Stones Records, Chicago.
      sheepdog 16 mar
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    • I left home when I was 17, came back again, but left a few months later,got married @ 20, so my mom kept my stuff. My “wonderful” brother sold what was loose. Mom was saving her 4-in-1 and all of our records to leave to me when she died 6 yrs ago. On her deathbed my brother stole and sold them😭💖
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    • We had record shops/ head shops. Pick up Pink Floyd and a bong with extra screens they even sold cut for blow
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    • Yes. I went there for cd's
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    • K C Has so awesome record stores
      horndog69 20 mar
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    • Vinyl is making a come back
      horndog69 20 mar
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    • Back before digital music destroyed the music industry
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    • Sure miss them!
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    • Shit we still have one where I live
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    • Record stores/head shops. After it was the 60s and 70s
      bearly99 18 mar
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    • Tape's to
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    • I remember the good old days
      BillDo 17 mar
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    • Sure do
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    • It would be awesome if they were still around
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    • Me !!
      WaltB 17 mar
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    • And record clubs - that you couldn't unjoin
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    • Wish they were still selling them good old records now.
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    • The Best 💫
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    • I miss those joints so much. There's one around my way that used to be a old house on a main street. It keeps shutting down and re opening randomly. I wish it would stay open. I swear I'd be in there all the time. Just like I did when I was a teenager. I left free copies of my first mixtape there.
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    • Record Theater, Camelot Music
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    • Yuuuppp
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    • The Record Setter
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    • I do I just want to right now.
      Tootise 16 mar
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    • The one in our town was called a Head Shop and they sold bongs a long with records.
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    • We still have record stores here, I love going there. And most people now a days don't see to many 16 year olds there and it is a plesent surprise to them.
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    • I can still remember the smell of a record store
      jayjay 16 mar
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    • Yes
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    • I miss those days of long ago-going through my records, deciding which 45’s I’ll play in a row or repeatedly and learn the words.I loved to look through my albums, and that I could play 45’s,33’s, or 78’s on my “phonograph” and sing along. For grad.from JHS, my mom got me a stereo w/speakers. 💖
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    • I worked in one called the listening booth
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    • Yep
      tinytim 16 mar
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    • Licorice Pizza in Atlanta
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    • Tower Records in LA CA
      1annette 16 mar
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    • Can't remember the name of the place but it was next to the Long Island arena and JCPenney's
      Yankster 15 mar
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    • Me
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    • Guilty
      Cptgadget 15 mar
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    • Me 🖐
      nonniek 15 mar
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    • Yeah 🤣🤣🤣🤣
      GeraldR 15 mar
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    • Me
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    • I unfortunately have never actually seen one, but I would do anything to...... even mass murder
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    • They're still around... I just got a few records on Friday. Stop creating fake nostalgia
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    • I don't
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    • Buzzard's nest , Peaches and Record Zone , I miss those store's 😟
      CASPER 14 mar
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    • Without a doubt the coolest place for a teenage boy to shop
      RonClemII 14 mar
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    • I'm old enough
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    • My first record, “KISS’ Double Platinum was bought at TG&Y, a Record Store. Even as a little kid I could spend all day looking at the records. Last vinyl I purchased, quite a few years later was AC/DC’s, “Fly on the Wall.” I wish I still my collection.
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    • I do
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    • Stores are still around
      mother007 14 mar
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    • I went there alot
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    • I could spend hours in one! Since vinyl is supposedly making a comeback, maybe some will pop up in places.
      kissyface 14 mar
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    • I remember
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    • I remember them well
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    • YES
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    • Yes,
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    • Everybody's records Portland Oregon
      KrisHamel 14 mar
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    • Does it make a fossil?
      RudeDude 14 mar
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    • Mom always went there
      taniaye 14 mar
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    • Wooden Nickles still around
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    • Yep and Columbia house record by mail.
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    • National Record Mart
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    • Many hours spent in these!!
      donbeca 11 mar
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    • I was at Streetside Records and Vintage Vinyl every Tuesday
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