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I lived in Ocean City, Maryland for about 10 years in the 90's... There weren't even any good stores then on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. There are some pretty good ones inland... toward Baltimore though. If you wanna know about any of them let me know. If you are near Wilmington or Newark, DE you may find a good store or two. I don't know of any right off... But it is near the University of Delaware and I usually have pretty good luck finding places in a college town.

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go to menser's place..... :lol:

 

Well...that's inland a little. Just outside of Baltimore. :tumbsup:

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I hit a few places in the Rehoboth Beach area, first was CD & Record Traders in RB, one of the first times I went in a cd store store and didn't find or leave with anything, the second store was in one of the outlet centers called Music for A Song, again not a thing. The next day was a bit better, we hit a flea market in Laruel, Delaware picked up both Badlands cd's: S/T & Voodoo Hwy.

Babylon AD cds: s/t & Nothing Sacred

Implellitteri "Stand in Line"

Steelheart "Tangled in Reins"

Tora Tora "Surprise Attack"

Lillian Axe "Poetic Justice"

Love/Hate "Wasted in America"

Icon "Right Between the Eyes"

Killer Dwarfs "Big Deal' & Dirty Weapons......Price was 3 for $5.00

 

Along Route 50 in Easton, Maryland I hit a little shack called Jack Rabbit Music, with no ac or fans the tempature had to be around 90 degrees, which was about the age of the old lady behind the counter in a rocking chair. Piles & piles of cassettes & lps, not many cd's, pick up around 10 cassettes, they had a cool DC STAR picture lp, I almost bought, but they wanted 40 bucks for it. Great place to dig around, but with the wife in the car and the heat in the place, I had to do a quick look around.....

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I hit a few places in the Rehoboth Beach area, first was CD & Record Traders in RB, one of the first times I went in a cd store store and didn't find or leave with anything, the second store was in one of the outlet centers called Music for A Song, again not a thing. The next day was a bit better, we hit a flea market in Laruel, Delaware picked up both Badlands cd's: S/T & Voodoo Hwy.

Babylon AD cds: s/t & Nothing Sacred

Implellitteri "Stand in Line"

Steelheart "Tangled in Reins"

Tora Tora "Surprise Attack"

Lillian Axe "Poetic Justice"

Love/Hate "Wasted in America"

Icon "Right Between the Eyes"

Killer Dwarfs "Big Deal' & Dirty Weapons......Price was 3 for $5.00

 

Along Route 50 in Easton, Maryland I hit a little shack called Jack Rabbit Music, with no ac or fans the tempature had to be around 90 degrees, which was about the age of the old lady behind the counter in a rocking chair. Piles & piles of cassettes & lps, not many cd's, pick up around 10 cassettes, they had a cool DC STAR picture lp, I almost bought, but they wanted 40 bucks for it. Great place to dig around, but with the wife in the car and the heat in the place, I had to do a quick look around.....

 

I had to laugh when I read your post ZRock. I made this same circuit back in '06 when I was living in Northern Virginia. I too found zilch in those two Rehoboth Beach stores. In Easton, I just happened to catch sight of that Rabbit Music store and pulled over. Felt sorry for that old lady running the place, so I bought an Argent, Best Of CD, just to brighten her day. Overall, my best find was in a pawn shop on the Delaware side of the Bay Bridge. Snagged Boulevard's self-titled release and a copy of Slick moon's "Stay the Night."

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