22nd Of November 2017 / Black Friday Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records
If you need a refresher on how to line up for Black Friday RSD items or where you should park for Black Friday please visit this link.
The update here will start with the Black Friday exclusive releases and then below will be the standard update for the week (which will be pretty short – like the week is).
Looking forward to seeing many of you this weekend during our extended hours for the sale. DJ’s start at 12PM and details on who & when can be found at this link.
BLACK FRIDAY RSD LPs & 12″s
45 Grave “Sleep In Safety”
Airbourne “Diamond Cuts – The B-Sides”
Amos, Tori “Native Invader Russia EP”
Autumn Defense, The “Circles”
Ayler, Albert / Don Cherry “Vibrations” (Turquoise Swirl)
Barnes, Gloria “Uptown” (Ltd. /1000 + D/L)
Baroques, The “The Baroques”
Bell, Chris “The Complete Chris Bell” (6LP Box Set)
Big Star “Stroke It, Noel: Big Star’s Third In Concert”
Blue Oyster Cult “Rarities Vol. 1”
Bolin, Tommy “Energy”
Clark, Gary Jr. / Junkie XL “Come Together” (Justice League) Continue reading Black Friday Update 2017
Remodeling is still in progress.
On April 12, 2007 we set up shop. It’s a little over three years later and we have moved things around more than once per year. We used to have our office in what was (until last week) the used record room. The office moved to the back storage area then. Now, the office has moved to our basement. The back room is now the used record room. The old used record room now has sub-categories of records. New and used CDs have new shelving. Books and magazines are on end-cap displays. The listening station is in the corner under the television. 7″s/45s are under the new records in the main room. There’s more to explain. It all gets real muddled if you’re trying to grasp it while reading, however.
Let me explain in pictures, both moving and static!
Before getting going with anything major in the store we had to move our big megaton 1970s (former Pratt & Whitney) steel desk downstairs. The easiest way to move that beast is to take it apart and reassemble it in the new location. Oh wait, if you’re going down stairs the easiest way is to just take off the legs and shove it onto a pile of broken down cardboard. Yea!
Days two and three saw us gathering some help from our friends. We took down all the old shelving (downstairs to be used for back-stock). So, thanks to my folks, my brother Joe, and our friends Mike, Brian, Ryan, Rob and Melissa. While I’m thanking people – thanks to ourselves: Rick, Josh, Sean and Bean (the dog).
Days six and seven saw lots of arranging. No big movements were left at this point.
DAY EIGHT (If you’re seeing this right away – sorry, for some reason this video is taking forever to process):
Come on by and see it for yourself. Let us know what you think in person.