More than 100,000 records up for grabs in Wales’ biggest warehouse sale

More than 100,000 records up for grabs in Wales’ biggest warehouse sale

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With a mixture of bargain bin finds alongside mint limited edition offerings.

A record shop clearance sale with over 100,000 items on offer will take place in Wales this December, reports Wales Online.

The vinyl comes from a warehouse belonging to Retro-Vibe Music, a shop run by Claire Williams and Mark Owen – who are scaling down its operations.

Following a September one-day sale, the couple have decided to host another event on the 8th and 9th of December:

“The vinyl will be mixed up,” explains Williams. “It was really pleasing when people found some of the gems that we had included like Bowie, some expensive mint Record Store Day singles, Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and an Iron Maiden picture disc.”

All LPs will cost £2, 12″s will cost £1, 7″s and 78s will cost 50p.

Retro-Vibe Music’s sale will run Saturday 8th December from 8am-6pm and Sunday 9th December from 10am-4pm – at 8A Vere Street, Barry, CF63 2HX.

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