Weekly Survey: What was your most memorable record store experience?

Maybe it was an encounter with a clerk that was good or bad. Not bad. Or maybe you know of a regular who was something of a weirdo? 2001) across from Maple Leaf Gardens. Share your record store experiences below. Shit. This got me thinking about the Olden Days–i.e. This brings me to this week’s weekly survey question: What was the most memorable experience you ever had in a record store? I loved the ritual abuse I got at Toronto’s Record Peddler on College (d. Shit. Customers developed relationships with the employees, trading tips, recommendations and even arguing over what was worth buying. The goal of any shopping excursion was to get the approval of the surly prick at the cash. After a period where it looked like the record store was headed for extinction, indie shops have made a comeback, largely on the back of the vinyl resurrection. Shit. pre-Internet–when a visit to the local record shop was as important as a trip to the grocery or liquor store. Shit. Maybe someone warned you about one record and then steered you towards one that was brilliant. Still want all these?”
Sound familiar? When I presented my picks at the counter, a typical exchange went like this as the clerk flipped through my stack of vinyl: “Shit. In fact, people in the industry tell me that this year’s Record Store Day was the best-ever. Perhaps you met someone in the aisles.   Good choice. Shit.
Weekly Survey: What was your most memorable record store experience?