21 Record Stores You Need To Visit Before You Die

Because mp3's are too mainstream and well, just not as good.

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Records are very hard to come across nowadays but when you come across a good record store you could almost spend a whole day in there flicking through the massive collections of vinyl on show. Here are 21 record stores you must visit before you die.

1. Amoeba Music (San Francisco and Los Angeles)

2. Wuxtry Records (Athens, Georgia)

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3. Piccadilly Records (Manchester, U.K.)

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4. House of Guitars (Rochester, New York)

5. Borderline Music (Chicago)

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6. Rough Trade East (London)

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7. Grimey’s New & Preloved Music (Nashville)

8. Mabu Vinyl (Cape Town, South Africa)

9. Boo Boo Records (San Luis Obispo, California)

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10. Jerry’s Fine Used Records (Pittsburgh)

11. Princeton Record Exchange (Princeton, New Jersey)

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12. Flake Records (Osaka, Japan)

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13. Rasputin Music (Berkeley)

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14. Rebel Rebel Records (New York)

15. Bengans (Gothenburg, Sweden)

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16. Recordland (Calgary, Alberta)

17. Utopia Records (Sydney)

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18. Green Noise Records (Portland, Oregon)

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19. Graywhale Entertainment (Salt Lake City)

20. Slow Boat Records (Wellington, New Zealand)

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21. Jive Time Records (Seattle)

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