Maintaining a complete discography is a great way to honor your favorite band, just as maintaining a life-size sculpture made out of meatballs is a great way to honor Emeril Lagasse. Accentuate your fandom with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of used CDs and DVDs at Record Archive.
The voluminous stockade of used CDs and DVDs at Record Archive has been keeping music hobbyists and fanatics in tune with their favorite artists for 35 years. CDs ($5/disc) and DVDs ($5/disc; box sets priced as marked) spanning multiple decades pack the audio emporium's aluminum racks, just like the sardines that infamously packed Yannis keyboard at the Acropolis in 1995. CDs are priced by the disc, so multiple-disc albums such as Pink Floyd's The Wall or Will Smith's Big Willie Style 2 would be priced according to the number of discs in each set. Although the collection is quite expansive, helpful music masters will special order any titles that arent in stock.
Housed in a pale yellow facade adorned with a giant vinylized Pac-Man, the musical meccas interior looks more like a rock 'n' roll warehouse than a record shop. Though not included in todays Groupon, patrons can peruse wall upon wall of used vinyl albums priced at $3 each, four for $10, or ten for $20. Record Archive also entertains fans with cool in-store events, usually in the form of record signings, performances by local musicians, and laser light shows for cats.
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