One thing record collectors hate is divulging an under-the-radar digging spot. And Human Head is, to put it simply, the best-priced, least-picked-over record store in New York City. Racks are stuffed with vinyl both obscure and classic (those searching for reasonably priced Stones and Zeppelin records, look no further). Even the $3 and $4 bins can turn up worthy gems.
|Venue name:||Human Head Records||Contact:|
168 Johnson Ave
|Cross street:||at Graham Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Tue, Thu–Sun noon–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Montrose Ave|
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If you're looking to flesh out your record collection without spending a fortune, Human Head is the place to start. This Brooklyn record store is filled with bargains, including $6, $4 and $2 sections that are teeming with worthwhile LPs. Spend a few hours digging and you're guaranteed to come away with some vinyl gems.
I was there, just one day before the Record Shop day. I had a list with records, from their "Discogs" page, so it was pretty easy to get all the records. One of their guys helped me , as soon as I made the order from my phone.
The store has hundreds of used records, sorted by style or by price. It worth to spend at least one or two hours here.