Domino Sound Record Shack - This little shop was short on quantity but long on quality. I picked up an original Slime "Yankees Raus" LP, a couple of Ramones boots, a Cheap Trick promo and more. Domino Sound Record Shack is an awesome little shop. Not in a great area but well worth the trip. Don't miss this place. A friendly punk rock woman owns the shop. They have a good mix of all genres here and great prices as well. 2557 Bayou Road New Orleans, LA
Music Factory - This is a good shop. They specialize in New Orleans music like blues and jazz. Upstairs is where the second hand LP’s are located. I managed to find a Tin Machine live German pressing, a T-Rex promo from 1971, and a U2 12” single from the UK. Reasonable prices, friendly staff. Good location right down near the Quarter 210 Decatur street. Recommended.
|Levee next to Euclid Records|
Euclid Records – They’ve been open for a year and a half now they say. I like the St Louis location, this location is a nice shop and interesting location right along side a levee. The store has a good selection of all genres. I managed to find a Portugese pressing of Talking Heads “Fear of Music” and an Edgar Winter “They Only Come Out at Night” LP with shrink and original stickers. 3400 Chartres Street
Peaches Records - Friendly staff, good location, this used to be a Tower Records store. I found the used LP's to be common and not in great shape. I did find an AC/DC promo 7" for $5. Other than that, there just wasn't much here.
Jim Russell Records – Lots of dusty not very organized common records in here that are not in the greatest shape. Not worth the trip in. Not recommended.