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    Quote Originally Posted by Gruno View Post
    Revolver Records
    918 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-4980
    **DO NOT** go there. The store just recently closed due to issues with their new landlord.

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    Mojave - http://www.mojavecoffeeaz.com/
    4747 E Thomas Rd Suite A, Phoenix, AZ 85018
    480-794-0341
    This started out as Revolver Records second location, but morphed into a cool hang out joint. Highly recommended, even though CDs are an afterthought for them.

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    The 'In' Groove https://theingroove.com/
    3420 E Thomas Rd
    602-957-2453
    They're almost entirely vinyl...CDs are an afterthought.
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    Thanks for the details on those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnprogger View Post
    Zia is my go-to. There's a couple of them if I recall. The Tempe one, which relocated a few years ago, is the one I had the best luck with.
    The new Tempe location is much, much better. The old one, which was Downtown adjacent, was a parking nightmare.
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    Just got back from an outing. Went to zia in Chandler and Tempe. Really good stores.

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    Be sure to sample the mexican cuisine, it's Sonoran-style which is fantastic! Machaca!
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    Yes we did. My brother took us to an authentic Mexican restaurant. Want to go back to it. A little hole in the wall but great food.

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    The Zias are really good. Excellent up to date website as well. They will also do stock transfers between stores. Tried to do that with a couple of rpwl albums today but they couldn't guarantee it would be done before Tuesday, the day we leave. So i drove into Phoenix tonight and picked them up.

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    On Tuesday when you leave, temps are supposed to climb into the 70s. Murphy's law much?

    Many years in the past, the weather chose the one weekend the PGA Tour was in town for the Phoenix Open to be rainy and cold.
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    I know. The good thing is high of 18 celcius sunday and warmer Monday. Going on a hike tomorrow in Superstition area. Might even see the Coyotes Sunday night although that's not a done deal.

    Jon

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    In case you didn't know, the Coyotes were originally the Winnipeg Jets before moving to Phoenix/Glendale. Tonight they're playing the new Winnipeg Jets.
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    Yes. Just got back from the game.

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    The weather back home still sucks. The school buses were canceled today. -30 C in morning. I am not ready to go back tomorrow. Feeling a bit sad.

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    The beers have gone down very well indeed.

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    For those interested, this is what i bought:

    Judas Priest - British Steel
    Judas Priest - Stained Glass
    Pineapple Thief - All The Wars
    Moody Blues - Every Good Boy...
    Elvis Costello- new album
    Iron Maiden - Book of Souls
    RPWL - Stock
    RPWL - Trying to Kiss the Sun
    Native Construct - forget name. A little drunk right now
    David Crosby - latest one - Sky Trails
    Mew - Frengers
    Glass Hammer - Inconsolable Secret
    Thin Lizzy - Chinatown
    Uriah Heep - Living the Dream
    Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself
    Fleetwood mac - Mystery to Me
    Fleetwood Mac - Then Play On
    Black Sabbath - Vol 4
    Circus Maximus - Havok in Oslo
    Coheed - Unheavenly Creatues
    Nik Turner - Space Gypsy
    Kansas - Audio Visions
    Greta van Fleet - From the Fires
    Kings X - XV
    Traffic - Spark..
    Kansas - Monolith
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