Video: Music fans out in force for Record Store Day in Norwich

Queues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Picture: Denise Bradley Queues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Picture: Denise Bradley

Sunday, April 20, 2014
5:51 PM

Record queues to buy rare vinyl snaked out of Soundclash on Record Store Day.

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Queues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Owner Paul Mills and his daughter, Rosie. Picture: Denise BradleyQueues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Owner Paul Mills and his daughter, Rosie. Picture: Denise Bradley

People could be seen outside the shop, in St Benedict’s Street, Norwich, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

And much sought-after releases were snapped up as soon as owner Paul Mills opened the doors.

Soundclash stocked around 600 exclusive and extremely limited edition releases from new, established and legendary artists who are all raising awareness of the part that record stores play in the music industry.

These included the Pixies brand new special studio LP release, Nirvana, Tame Impala,Temples, David Bowie, Joy Division, The Specials, The Rolling Stones, The Strypes, Sex Pistols, Toy and more.

Queues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Picture: Denise BradleyQueues at Soundclash in St Benedict's for the international Record Store Day. Picture: Denise Bradley

Soundclash has been participating in Record Store Day since it first began in the UK in 2008.

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