As any right-thinking person will tell you, you can never have too many records. Two of our favorite spots for all things vinyl invite you to drop by and part with large sums of cash Friday, Nov. 23.
At Central Square Records in Seaside, doors open at 8 AM, and they inform Beachcomber the store will be stocked with exclusive limited-edition vinyl from Talking Heads, Outkast, Weezer, Dave Matthews Band and more. “We’ll also have some cool loot to give away with purchases, and Jittery Joe’s coffee will be ready for the early bird porch crew!”
Our friends at Fort Walton Vintage Records—conveniently located right down the street from Editor Manson’s house—is open from 10 AM til 7 PM on the big day. Along with the Record Store Day gets, they’ll have a great selection of box sets, CDs, cassettes, posters, t-shirts, prayer candles, record cleaning kits, lunchboxes, audio equipment and gift certificates. All this plus FREE gift-wrapping and layaway during the entire holiday shopping season.
Visit recordstoreday.com for a complete list of releases.
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