East Street in West Seattle and Lower Queen Anne, Bop Street in Ballard (free show Fri May 1 with the F-Holes) Sonic Boom in Ballard
All good suggestions - also Neptune Records in the U-District for affordable vinyl, Singles Going Steady in Belltown for punk rock stuff, Golden Oldies in Wallingford for vintage vinyl, and Jive Time in Freemont are favorites. For a genral, broad selection of new and used, go to Everyday Music on Capitol Hill, Cellophane Square in the U-District, or Silver Platters in Queen Anne and Northgate.
"Jymn , There may be an element of truth to that , in that , yes , the other two were availabe in America , but , only as imports , of course. It does'nt make sense to say "Future" is available everywhere but North America…"
"I've read a few comments on the infamous Steve Hoffman forum, talking more about the music than the quality of the release. One review was from someone who bought it in LA. So it seems that it is released. What confuses me John, is that the Ace…"
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