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  1. #291
    Join Date: Mar 2016

    Location: Suffolk

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    Didn't even know this place existed before today. Not a huge selection, but the 9 records I bought were in fantastic condition. In fact everything they had was VG+ or better.
    Managed to get a superb copy of The Cure mixed up, which I've been after for ages

    http://www.whizzywallop.com/#!whizzys-shop-/cntj

  2. #292
    Join Date: Nov 2010

    Location: Bolton, Lancs

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    Does the local Sainsbury's count? Noticed they are starting to sell a small amount of reissued lp's���� seriously though, X-Records in Bolton is rammed with new and used vinyl, cd's etc, prices are low and quality is high, in the words of big Arnie "I'll be back"


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  3. #293
    Join Date: Apr 2013

    Location: Barry, South Wales, UK

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    Vinyl frontier on Holton Rd in Barry has some nice bits hidden away on their shelves, it's all side ways on though in Ikea expedit shelves so it's not great for the posture if you are having a good look.

  4. #294
    Join Date: Feb 2017

    Location: Poole

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    If it's not been mentioned before Square Records in Wimborne do me a fantastic service, Paul, Rob and Julie are top notch and Rob never fails to get me what I want.

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    Join Date: Feb 2017

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    For any of you visiting Dublin, Spin Dizzy in Dublin is worth a mention, it's not massive but I've had some great recommendations from Enda and Steve that work there.

  6. #296
    Join Date: Feb 2017

    Location: Sussex

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    A cd and record shop in brightons north laines called 'resident'. They expanded to double the size of the shop because so many people are buying vinyl again.

    But they are a great shop and HMV in Churchill square has shut down, but HMV is a terrible music shop for finding eclectic music.

    In resident you can always get recommended something decent and they have all the great and best music from all the genres. In some ways I know CDs are doomed but I really hope it doesn't ever come to not being able to walk into a shop like resident and buy music, even if it's a electronic card or download card with the artists name and album on it.

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    Join Date: Nov 2011

    Location: Romford

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    Picked up a few quite fairly priced second hand lps from this shop

    http://www.crazybeat.co.uk/about-us/

  8. #298
    Join Date: Nov 2011

    Location: Wakefield west yorkshire

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    Renew in York, a bit like the That's Entertainment chain, didn't have long as our parking was running out but CDs at£2 each or 3 for £5, I bought 2 Gomez CDs, one a double album and the second album by fine young cannibals, all near mint
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