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Record Store Day April 22, 2017

Record Store Day quickly approaches and once again we are taking part. Our store is now 10 years old and so is Record Store Day. Fun coincidence!

We’ll be opening at 8AM that day. We’ll be distributing some complimentary snacks and drinks for the early risers in line. We’ll have a bevy of exclusive releases (including some of the European RSD items!). We will publish a list of everything we’ve received at 8PM on April 21st (the Friday night before) so you can check that out before making the trip out to see us. Continue reading Record Store Day April 22, 2017

Tenth Anniversary Sale!

We are turning 10! April 12, 2007 we opened our doors for the first time and we are recognizing this accomplishment by celebrating our customers with a sale!

Redscroll 10th Anniversary Flyer


Redscroll Records

10 Year Anniversary Sale


April 7-12
Special Hours Saturday April 8th 10AM-8PM and Sunday April 9th 10AM-6PM
30% Off All Used Merchandise
20% Off All New Merchandise
50% Off Clearance Section

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15th Of April 2016 Update: RECORD STORE DAY EDITION

15th Of April 2016 Update of New and Key Restocked Items
at Redscroll Records

In this update you will be able to read and get excited over the list of available items in our store for Record Store Day (April 16th, 2016; Hours 8AM-10PM). If you’ve been through before on RSD you know the deal and what to expect, but just in case you’re new or need a refresher I’m going to go over a few things:


This map shows where you should be able to park with ease. There is a free lot across the street from our front door (entrance besides Western Fashion Y Mas and also on the far side from off Center Street) and also across the train tracks from our back door (near Brothers Restaurant). There will be spots marked off for our RSD Tent (where the line will form) and for food trucks. Spots will also be specifically marked as designated for our neighbors (got to keep in good graces with them) – please heed these and be good!
Record Store Day is HUGE these days. Not just here, but everywhere.
Be aware, we are doing our best to quicken things up year to year. We are doing our best to make your visit and possible long wait in line as comfortable (even pleasurable) as possible.
Food trucks will be arriving in the morning (Hardcore Sweets [cupcakes] will probably arrive early-ish, G-Monkey will be arriving at about 9:30AM).

If you plan to stand in line for releases please plan accordingly. If you are in line please have friends/neighbors (we’re all friends here, right?) near you keep your spot to go to a donut shop, local purveyor, what-have-you to get a snack/breakfast and/or use the bathroom (use the honor system with respect and DO NOT hold spots for people that are not there yet [your friend arriving later must line up in the back]). Once you see any of us here (we should be there around 6AM) and you need to use the bathroom let us know and we’ll help you out. We will have someone patrolling the line and handing out water as well. It’s supposed to be pretty warm – dress appropriately!
As much as we’d like to have every possible thing on hand in quantities exactly matching the demand it just can’t work that way. We order a tremendous amount as do many other stores. We are allocated certain amounts of things and ultimately we get a lot because we put in the leg work. That said, we get less than we order and in some cases we miss out on items completely (trust us, it’s not purposeful by any stretch). We want everyone to be happy in the end so be excellent to each other.
Goodie bags will be available for the first 100 or so (that number is not exact, but close) folks to check out. Bags differ greatly in content and are generally full of fun stuff from such friends as: Lovecraft Tattoo, Manic Productions, Arc Agency, Brass City Boss Sounds, Shogun Screenprinting, No Idea, Run For Cover, Twin Lakes Records, Peppermint Daydream Records, Square of Opposition, Krust Pizza Bourbon Bar, Erased Tapes, Sub Pop, No Idea, Topshelf Records, Deathwish, and a whole lot more!
RECORD STORE DAY Update on the top followed by our normal Update below. (after the break) Continue reading 15th Of April 2016 Update: RECORD STORE DAY EDITION

Record Store Day 2016 Employee Picks

Record Store Day 2016 Employee Picks
We know the anticipation for Record Store Day needs no further prodding and believe us when we say we can’t wait to get it underway. Preparations are at a level 10 (out of 10 – not hyperbole) here. As part of easing our anxiousness we set aside some time to pick out about 5 things each (rule bending forthcoming) we are individually excited about. These are by no means the most anticipated by many of you, I’m sure (turns out person to person has different tastes?!), but these are some things we’re looking forward to giving a spin. Perhaps a bit esoteric for some and perhaps a hidden gem for others to discover. Please read along and perhaps surf the web for a new favorite treasure.  Once again, if you’re looking for anything in particular please check back on our site Friday evening when we’ll have our full list posted.

Goblin - La Via Della Droga – LP
Goblin  “La Via Della Droga” –LP
Gwar -“Scumdogs Of The Universe”  LP
Integrity  “Humanity Is The Devil” LP
Mansell, Clint / Kronos Quartet “Requiem For A Dream” (OST)  LP
Nothing  “ACD”  12″


Mansell, Clint / Kronos Quartet “Requiem For A Dream” (OST)  LP
Various Artists        “Der Zeltweg – Italian Tapes Industrial Music 1982-1984 Volume 2” LP
Various Artists “The Guest – Original Soundtrack” LP
GAUTHIER, PATRICK       “Bebe Godzilla”    LP
Richard Pinhas & John Livengood “Cyborg Sally” LP


Lush “Origami” LP Box Set
Green River “1984 Demos” LP
Miracle Legion “Portrait Of A Damaged Family” LP
Pinback “Blue Screen Life” LP
Various “C86” LP

Blonde Redhead “Peel Sessions” 7”
Husker Du “In A Free Land” 7”
Metz / Mission Of Burma 7”
Shaggs, The “Sweet Maria” 7”
13th Floor Elevators “You’re Gonna Miss Me” 10”


THE JAMES BROWN REVUE – Get Down At The Apollo With The J.B.’s
JOHN RENBOURN – The Attic Tapes
RAVI SHANKAR – In Hollywood, 1971
VARIOUS ARTISTS – Wake Up You V.1 : The Rise And Fall Of Nigerian Rock Music. 1972-1977
BERT JANSCH – “Black Birds Of Brittany” / “Cuckoo”

Richard Pinhas & John Livengood- Cyborg Sally
Richard Pinhas & John Livengood- Cyborg Sally
Cancerous Growth- Hmmlmmlum…
The D.O.C.- No One Can Do it Better
The Deviants- Youve got to Hold on/Lets Loot the Supermarket
Ravi Shankar- In Hollywood, 1971

Q Picks RSD 2016!


I love me some Big Star. This RSD LP is the first commercial release of their historic 1993 reunion show at the University of Missouri.

The Flaming Lips, those weird freaks from Oklahoma, are ramping it up with two releases for RSD. Heady Nuggs Vol. II 2006 – 2012 is a collection of their mid-2000’s output to today, consisting of At War With The Mystics, Christmas On Mars, Embryonic, The Dark Side Of The Moon, and The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends. So yeah, there is quite a lot of goodness to behold here. The other item, an alternative mix of 1997’s Clouds Taste Metallic entitled Lightning Strikes The Postman, is my number one pick for this year’s RSD releases. Clouds is a 90’s alternative masterpiece.

David Bowie. He may be gone, but he still lives on, in us and in his works. This year brings two David Bowie reissues that I’m sure fans will be excited to grab. The first is 1970’s The Man Who Sold The World and the second is the “TVC 15” single from 1976’s Station to Station, bundled with a 2010 single edit of “Wild is the Wind.”  “Wild is the Wind” is one of my favorite songs so I’m happy to see it see some light.

Mac DeMarco’s Another (Demo) One  is yet another great release by the Canadian prankster that adds even more lo-fi reverb magic to his tunes.

The Autumn Defense, a side band of Wilco headed up by bassist John Stirratt and multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone, are issuing a limited LP re-release of their 2001 debut The Green Hour. Influenced by The Zombies and Love, The Green Hour contains soothing vocals backed by lush arrangements.

Tusk by Fleetwood Mac is one of my all-time favorite albums. With Lindsey Buckingham handling most of the production work like a mad scientist bent figuring out the perfect formula, it honestly sounds like an indie album from the early 2000’s. RSD is offering an alternative version.

Announcing: 9th Anniversary Sale & Record Store Day 2016

Announcing: 9th Anniversary Sale & Record Store Day 2016

Redscroll-9th-AnniversaryWe turn 9 on April 12th! 
We’ll be holding our annual anniversary celebrating sale from April 9th until April 15th.  A full week of deals in celebration of all of y’all who keep us going. You’re the best.
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