MUSIC lovers celebrated their love of vinyl in style at Raves From The Graves on Saturday.

The record store in Weymouth Street, Warminster, ordered in a wide selection of limited edition vinyl releases ahead of the nationwide Record Store Day and people flocked to it in their droves.

By 9am, when the store opened, a queue of discerning music fans had formed with around 40 people eager to get their hands on some long sought after wax.

Shop manager Melia Pereira said: “It was a really successful day and great to see such a big queue outside before we opened.

“The first record to be bought was a David Bowie release and he sold very well throughout the day, as we predicted, as did Prince and Pink Floyd.

“It was mostly the classic bands that sold well but surprisingly a limited edition Little Mix record did very well and we now only have one left – I’m tempted to buy it and keep it as a collector’s item.

“Record Store Day helps independent record stores like ours massively and we’re looking forward to next year already. Thanks to our customers for making it a brilliant day.”

Coffee was provided for customers in the queue by local company Break Fluid with the first few through the door being handed complimentary pastries and at 3pm there was a live performance in store by Driftt.

For more information about Raves From The Graves, contact 01985 213707