Record Store Day at Rough Trade East: a vinyl fiesta



Customers queue outside Rough Trade East in London.
A young customer rises above the crowd
A young customer rises above the crowd.
Music fans dig through the crates at Rough Trade East
Music fans dig through the crates at Rough Trade East.
The Rails perform at Rough Trade East
The Rails perform at Rough Trade East.
Katy O'Neill, 20, from London with her purchases, among them; Do What You Wanna Do by Nile Rodgers
Katy O'Neill, 20, from London poses with her purchases, among them; Do What You Wanna Do by Nile Rodgers.
Keisha Adams, 18, from Chelmsford, poses with her Mac DeMarco albums; Salad Days and Mac DeMarco 2
Keisha Adams, 18, from Chelmsford, bought a pair of Mac DeMarco albums; Salad Days and Mac DeMarco 2.
Lesley Cooper, 32, from Mexico, poses an armful of vinyl, her choice cuts being The Beach Boys' Surfin' Safari, a 7
Lesley Cooper, 32, from Mexico, displays an armful of vinyl, her choice cuts being The Beach Boys' Surfin' Safari, a 7in single by the Rolling Stones and Do What You Wanna Do by Nile Rodgers.
Ken Morcombe, 75, from Croydon poses with his purchases (these ones were presents for his grandson) : Morning Phase by Beck and Mess by Liars.
Ken Morcombe, 75, from Croydon poses with his purchases (these ones were presents for his grandson): Morning Phase by Beck and Mess by Liars.
Richard Gibson, 41, from west London poses with some choice cuts; Say Goodbye to Hollywood by Ronnie Spector and the 'E' Street Band and a double album of Gram Parsons alternate takes from GP and Grievous Angel
Richard Gibson, 41, from west London shows with some choice cuts; Say Goodbye to Hollywood by Ronnie Spector and the E Street Band and a double album of Gram Parsons alternate takes from GP and Grievous Angel.
Martin Kirk, 50, of Harrogate with his 7
Martin Kirk, 50, of Harrogate bought Sunbathing Animal by Parquet Courts.
Myles Kirk, 15, of Harrogate also went for the Parquet Courts single, as well as the Meltdown with the Ramones EP, Jake Bugg Live and Indie Cindy by Pixies.
Constantino Christou, 15, from south London Holds his London Grammar 10
Constantino Christou, 15, from south London clutches his London Grammar Hey Now remixes on 10in clear vinyl and a Tame Impala live album.
Emma Jones, 16, from south London poses with her Tame Impala live album and Pins, Shoot You on heart-shaped vinyl.
Emma Jones, 16, from south London poses with her Tame Impala live album and Shoot You by Pins on heart-shaped vinyl.
Linda Bettinger, 52 from Essex with her Candy Apple Grey by Hüsker Du on coloured vinyl and quadruple -disc Zaireeka by The Flaming Lips
Linda Bettinger, 52 from Essex secured Candy Apple Grey by Hüsker Dü on coloured vinyl and the quadruple-disc album Zaireeka by the Flaming Lips.
Alice Bettinger, 18, from Essex, shows off her Kode 9 + The Spaceape Memories of the Future and others
Alice Bettinger, 18, from Essex, shows off her Kode 9 + The Spaceape collaboration Memories of the Future and others.
Steve Murnane, 38, of west London his basket of goodies; James Vincent McMorrow - Cavalier 10
Steve Murnane, 38, of west London has basket of goodies containing James Vincent McMorrow's Cavalier, Pins and the Darkness.
Jon Mackley, 44 of Reading with his Join the Dubs by Toys vinyl.
Jon Mackley, 44 of Reading with his copy of Join the Dubs by Toys.
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