Stumbling Into a Record Pop-Up Store
I didn’t expect to buy some records today, but here we are. After playing a round of frisbee golf with my brother Anthony (embarrassing I know), my mother called me informing me of a record pop-up store she saw while getting a haircut. The pop-up store was only 20 minutes from me so I figured I’d head out and see if there was anything worth getting.
I’m happy I did because it was a nice selection of classic rock, jazz, punk, and soul, with great prices too. I could’ve easily spent a few hundred dollars but I kept myself from diving too deep into the spending rabbit hole. Instead, I got three great records all for $40. I know $40 isn’t a groundbreaking deal in the record world, but for three new/barely used vinyl, you can’t beat that.
Records I Got:
The Beatles – Rubber Soul (1965)
Black Flag – Slip It In (1984)
The Police – Synchronicity (1983)
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