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    I live in the Rhode Island/Boston Area. There used to be a few stores around here that have all closed up. Is there any place anyone knows of either locally and/or online? I have tried Discogs but most sellers are in the UK and shipping is horrible. I also scour craigslist for anyone selling collections which doesn't yield much.

    I don't even want all EDM records I like every genre of music. I would like to get at least some EDM records thou. If anyone has any ideas as to where would be a good place to start. Thanks again Y'all
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    Yeah, Juno's shipping isn't crippling. Still a little steep though.

    You can find some great stuff at Turntable Lab if you stay on top of their new arrivals. They don't have a copy of everything for everyone though, so there's a little bit of a brick and mortar shop feel to it.

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    Honestly, I get most of my records from ebay, although most of what I buy on vinyl is 5+ yrs old (I buy almost all of my new stuff digitally) and I usually have specific songs I mind that I wait for. Otherwise I just hit up whatever stores that have vinyl that I happen to run across in NJ/NY.

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    What's a record used for?

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    i order off chemical.co.uk and shipping isn't terrible. you can usually buy records direct from the labels also.

    Also check HTFR.com if you're looking for something rare. This place is a godsend for old school tracks and ultra rares
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    Pricey, and I have heard of problems (but never encountered any of my own and I used the service for a good long while) Is gemm.com. If you "stump" htfr or ebay for it, check gemm. there's too much on there for sure.

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