Record day puts fans in a real spin

Wiltshire Times: Mick Turrall, first in the queue outside Raves from the Grave, gets his hands on the 40th anniversary edition single of David Bowie’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide Mick Turrall, first in the queue outside Raves from the Grave, gets his hands on the 40th anniversary edition single of David Bowie’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide

Music enthusiasts joined the early-morning queues outside Warminster record shop Raves from the Grave on Friday to take part in Record Store Day. The international event sees thousands of people getting their hands on exclusive vinyl and CDs.

Store manager Debbie Holmes said: “It went really well and attracted people of all ages. The limited edition vinyl is all in one area so they made a mad rush down there. A lot of people know what they want and some just like to browse.

“This is the third year it has run and it is getting bigger each year, which is not always a good thing because it means they are bringing out more and more limited editions.

“We still have a lot left. The first one was quite small, which is better because it makes them more valuable.”

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