Started in the mid-80s and continued until about five years ago. Plenty of cheap second-hand vinyl even up to the end. Closed when the owner decided that he wanted to go back to Uni to get a history degree.
(June 18, 2012) Alun Hughes said:This was started in December 1982 by 4 partners. I was one of them. We ran the shop (as well as opening branches in other towns like Rhyl) for over 20 years until October 2005
What was the name of beautiful girl working there long dark hair late eighties
"Bought my first tapes at Phase One in Rhyl. Def Leppard Hysteria!"
Mike Gwynne, added: "Bought my first lottery tickets from there (illegally)"
It was not just records, tapes and CDs, videos were also a big attraction.
It was the place to meet and as many as 3,000 people trod its floors each week.
“We didn’t make much money,” owner Alun Hughes later said, “but it was just brilliant.”
Arenig said on Twitter: "I remember Phase One, a great shop. I think I sold them more records than I bought."