Record Store Day (slide show)

See how music lovers across LA celebrated analog audio at this year's Record Store Day.

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Record Store Day

On one special Saturday each April, analog music junkies get their fix of rare vinyl, special re-releases and compilation albums, almost all made exclusively for Record Store Day. This national event, created to support local record shops (and recording artists, of course), had shops across the city—and country—opening their doors early last Saturday to lines of music geeks eager to get their hands on previously unreleased recordings, picture discs and box sets by artists new and old. We stopped at Origami Vinyl in Echo Park and Vacation Vinyl in Silver Lake to check out the most dedicated music lovers and their new merch.

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