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Dave Harwood
02 Dec 2023 at 05:31
I found this piece in the 'Paisley Daily Express' dated 28th October 1988: “ONE of Paisley's most popular record stores is celebrating its tenth year in business. And Stereo 1 is doing it in style by moving to new premises just along the road from its present shop in Moss Street. The new location at 12-14 Old Sneddon Street looks like serving the music-loving public even better than before. For in the next few days there will be not one but TWO floors packed with merchandise at Stereo 1. And the biggest difference to record collectors will be the extensive range of used albums CDs singles and cassettes on sale. “The idea is that if an album or single has been deleted in this country then the ‘used’ section upstairs in the new shop will give the customer the opportunity to pick up that rare or long-deleted item” said the store’s owner Gordon McGinlay.”


Next in Scotland: Stereo One