Record Store in Times Square/Theatre District Area?

Littleshopofcarrie
Featured Actor
joined:12/9/12
Are there any stores that sell cheap broadway records in the Times Square/Theatre District area?
Phantom4ever
Featured Actor
joined:9/17/07
I would try Book-Off on 45th Street, just east of 5th Avenue. I just bought the OBCR of Rent for 8 dollars from there. They also buy back unwanted cds and dvds.
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
Other than that, try Barnes & Noble or Best Buy on 5th ave. Unless you want to spend a ridiculous amount of money and get them at the shop next to the St. James.
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blaxx
Broadway Legend
joined:6/28/05
Why? Why?!

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Mr Roxy
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
Downloading music killed it. Footlight hurt more.
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perfectlymarvelous
Broadway Legend
joined:5/21/07
I miss Virgin and Tower Records so much.
trentsketch
Broadway Legend
joined:6/25/09
I used to spend hours in Virgin going from listening station to listening station every Tuesday when I was in school. Hours. Tower was even better with the scan music stations that sometimes gave you the full album instead of previews.

Then I switched to going to Colony and browsing sheet music for my pre-show entertainment needs when I moved out of the city.

Now I just hope my train isn't delayed and I make it in time for the curtain when I go to see a show.
amoni
Broadway Star
joined:5/17/04
What's a record?
Demitri2
Broadway Star
joined:3/25/05
What I miss the most is the Barnes and Noble that was across from Lincoln Center. Spent countless evenings after dinner there before a show or opera at the Met, Vivian Beaumont, Mitzi E. Newhouse, etc. And sometimes as an added treat if an artist had a new CD release they would actually perform selections live to a limited audience in a special room upstairs. And then there was a Tower Records store a block or so away to boot. I sure do miss those stores. They added a nice touch to attending events at Lincoln Center.
Phantom of London
Broadway Legend
joined:3/26/08
What stands now, where the old Virgin Megastore was?
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Movidude742
Stand-by
joined:6/1/11
disney store and a forever 21. maybe something else too, maybe a makeup place? MAC?