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Used CD stores in Spokane, WA and Portland, OR?

Discussion in 'Music, Movie and Hardware Store Guide' started by Kym, Dec 24, 2002.

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  1. Kym

    Kym Former Resident Thread Starter

    Can anyone recommend any used CD stores in Spokane, Washington or Portland, Oregon?

    Thanks in advance, and happy holidays! :)
     
  2. AKA

    AKA Senior Member

    Don't know about Portland, but in Spokane we really don't have any stores that specialize in used CDs. A good place to go, though, is Recorded Memories. They have a lot of good used CDs. They also sell new CDs and vinyl (new and used).

    4000 Holes is a great place, too. The guy who runs the place specializes in Beatles and sells new and used CD and vinyl. Although, if there's a bootleg that catches your eye, beware. You might wind up with a CD-R, so be careful.
     
  3. Grant

    Grant Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me!

    In Portland, there is a store-I forget the name-it was on the corner of Burnside and Sandy?. I also found another small store on E. Burnside.
     
  4. lv70smusic

    lv70smusic Senior Member

    Location:
    San Francisco, CA
    There are a few used cd stores in Portland in the area Grant is describing. One of them is Djangos. I cannot recall the names of the others. There is also a great bookstore (Powells) that I understand sells cd's, but I must have missed that section when I was there (it's quite a large store).
     
  5. chrischross

    chrischross New Member

    Location:
    Vancouver, WA
    If you are on West Burnside, you can hit:

    Everyday Music - 13th & West Burnside
    Djangos - 12th & SW Stark (1 block south of Burnside)

    Price wise, I've been having great luck at Music Millenium west side on NW 23rd. Scored an early EMI-Japan pressing of Bowie's Let's Dance for $5.

    Grant probably ended up at Everyday Music eastside which is on Sandy (take Burnside and veer to the left at the nastiest intersection in town, can't miss it).

    Kym: I'm looking for WEA target CD's as well, and I haven't hit the jackpot yet.
     
  6. Grant

    Grant Life is a rock, but the radio rolled me!

    Those two are the ones. Django had a better selection. I also missed the music section in that bookstore in downtown. And I spent all that time in that book store and I didn't see any music.
     
  7. Kym

    Kym Former Resident Thread Starter

    Yep, I hit them today. :)

    Music Millennium had the most interesting selection of used CDs I've ever seen in a store.


    Hmmm, I found nine targets while I was there today...:rolleyes:
     
  8. chrischross

    chrischross New Member

    Location:
    Vancouver, WA
    Argghh --- I wasn't looking hard enough!!! Good to hear that your were a more observant shopper and that Millenium worked out for you.

    Always here to help my out-of-town visitors.:laugh:
     
  9. Gary Freed

    Gary Freed Forum Resident

  10. chrischross

    chrischross New Member

    Location:
    Vancouver, WA
    I'm afraid the FYE stores in my area are nothing short of lame. Fortunately, we have really strong independents.

    Kym - what targets did you score??
     
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