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  • Hmm, I normaly go into HMV some times... when its not full of chavs...
  • Record House is not only the best in Aylesbury but for miles. Better selection than HMV, cheaper and much better staff, IMO! Great selection of DVDs too.
  • HMV ain't got a bad selection (sometimes), and the 12" collection of Record House on the High Street leaves a lot to be head out of town then. There used to be Revolution Records in Duck Farm Court, but of course that closed down due to lack of trade (although i think the reason for lack of trade was a lack of any new tunes for about 6 months)
  • record house, bottom of the highstreet, everything half the price of HMV in th shopping centre
  • Revolution Records aylesbury in duck farm court behind morrisons has a good selection of dance music and dj equipment. They are right on the pulse as far as whats hot and whats not its the best proper record shop for miles around. they sell Hard Trance, Hard House, Drum & bass, Hip Hop, House, Techno, Hardcore, Psy Trance, Goa, old skool!
  • HMV, record house
  • Record House on the High Street - always helpful.
  • Record house -a decent selection of tunes.
  • Record House is all right for dance music but I miss Oven Ready Records that was the best place to buy decent second hand music. They did not store any pop music thank god.
  • Hmv has the best selcetion of cds but if you want them at a cheaper price you should go to record house on the high street.
  • Aylesbury has lost it as regards decent record shops - only one measly vinyl rack left in Record House on the High Street! It's HMV or nothing now that So What/Oven Ready's closed. A sad indictment of todays youth. Shocking.
  • Recordhouse, hmv, yes woolworths!
  • Used to be Majestic.
  • Don't bother with anything but HMV and the Record House
  • So What records - closed. Record House is brilliant!
  • Nowhere good, HMV is the best but like everywhere else is ludicrously overpriced.
  • theres no good music in aylesbury its all garage and drum and bass shit
  • HMV is the only decent place to get CDs. Record house is pants.
  • Record House is good but expensive
  • So what records was good n it sold hoodies then it shut down y?
  • Woolies is cheap and nasty but they got sexy girls working who will come out after work if you ask them nice!
  • Now So What is closed it must be Record House....Try to resist those HMV bastards
  • So what records if its still there
  • Oh, woe! So What (formerly Oven Ready Records) Records has closed it's hallowed portals due to an ever-shrinking profit margin! Dat ol' UK garage nonsense has finally brainwashed the record-buying youth of Aylesbury out of actually acquiring any decent tunes - God, I hate that 2-step crap! No more browsing for extremely strange tunes of a Saturday afternoon bank manager will be pleased though...and Record House are still doing a fine selection of vinyl, and the staff are excellent as always! HMV have basically gone from bad to worse...rubbish staff and ludicrously over-priced records in dog-eared sleeves. But let's not get too maudlin - So What are still doing a mail-order service and you can always leap on the train to London....probably best.
  • so what records near kfc record house near mcdonalds and hmv in the frias square center
  • So what Records
  • Purslows - for alright records at an alright price - ALLRIGHT!!!
  • On the second-hand market on a Tuesday morning there is now a record stall selling a very good range of 50's - 90's stuff. The prices range from around 50p to £50! His stock includes some excellent condition used LP's, CD's and 7" singles as well as quite an extensive selection of 60's rarities - Beatles and Stones fans take note! Get yourselves down there - it's better than buying Robbie Williams records in Woolies anyday!
  • So What records is cheap, but smells a bit
  • HMV ripped me off So what records used to be good, now its crap
  • Majestic records inside nic nacs on the giratory system sells drum and bass also garage and older reggae , relatively new.And i cant believe anyone actualy fancies that moody geezer in so what.He is responsible for the most shockingly high amount of 'tye dye pantera tank tops 'i ve ever seen!
  • HMV good for looking, byt Woolworths or WH Smiths good for byuing
  • So What Records at the top of Kingsbury. Used to be called Oven Ready Records and were excellent then. Haven't been in since they changed the name but undoubtedly still good.
  • Record House in the High Street has a bunch of old timers working there who know EVERYTHNG all about every record ever produced. The two oldies there are a wealth of information on records.
  • HMV, Record House,
  • Wow, if Oven Ready isn't the best record shop ever. So fair enough it may have been a bit snobbish, but come on, it was the best in town. We loved it. And perhaps we still do. Chris, Andy and Bill are the best. And I must say that the old guy with the glasses and the shaved head was a fox! Snoochie bootchies!
  • I think Oven Ready Rob is dead fit, and not at all rude. I wish he went up to Merlins more.
  • Oven Ready Records is now called So What Records, however...the bloke that works there (still know to all as Oven Ready Rob) is a right grumpy bastard and will only talk to you if you his learned opinion "Cool"
  • The old oven ready records is the biz. I think it is now called Go Discs or something like that...
  • Record House in the High Street is an excellent outlet if you're after pre-release club music and they also have an extensive selection of CD's and video's. Very helpful staff - ask for Simon, Andy or Mark. HMV is basically HMV - (overpriced, for sure, and the staff are useless - jobbing studes generally). So What Records in the Kingsbury Square if you're looking for something a little different (indie rock, reggae, drum 'n' bass, extremely strange records in general), plus they have an excellent selection of 60's, 70's and 80's stuff. Tons of vinyl too!! Part of the "Chain With No Name" organisation, and the staff are brilliant - ask for Rob or Matt.
  • Record house is a really good cheao shop
  • So What records in Kingsbury Sq
  • Oven Ready Records in Kingsbury Square. Good new stuff and a lot of second-hand. Also an HMV in one of the shopping centres.

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