FeaturesJuly 5, 202311,224 views

L.S. Dunes Go Record Shopping with $60

L.S. Dunes

Dylan Tarre

We gave three $20 bills to L.S. Dunes to record shop at Rooky Ricardo's Records in San Francisco, California. Watch the full, 23-minute video below.


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anonymous 288 days ago

this is the wish.com version of "whats in my bag"

anonymous 287 days ago

You f*cking idiots copy and paste all your articles from other websites and now blatantly rip off Amoeba Records - what's in my bag segment. Give up

anonymous 287 days ago

anonymous 32 minutes ago You f*cking idiots copy and paste all your articles from other websites and now blatantly rip off Amoeba Records - what's in my bag segment. Give up<----- thank you for your opinion, as well as web traffic. N E X T.

anonymous 287 days ago

My hate comment is actually towards the band.... if you ever work in a record store you will meet 10000s of these. The three of them are all the poster boy for "record store guy" and it's such a sad thing seeing people at that age still try to identify with music like this. Especially how mfs all steer into liking the same music as everyone over 60 and approach it with that same out of control music guy narcissism like "you wouldn't have heard of this, yeah it's called Willie Nelson ( Marvin Gaye or Neil Young or something) yeah it's like some super fried obscure gem from 1865" also LOL at the prices on classic rock shit in 2023. But yeah man the Isley Brothers 45 really makes me think how complex and musically layered you are bro

anonymous 287 days ago

" this is the wish.com version of "whats in my bag" LOOOOOL, 350%

anonymous 284 days ago

San Francisco? Don't need money in SF. Just take what you want, they won't prosecute anything under $1000. Fůcking liberal shithole.

Bortslob 276 days ago

No way this band made 60 bucks

anonymous 269 days ago

I can't hate on this at all. I wish I had $60 to spend at my local record store.

anonymous 6 days ago

Half these albums would have cost 7 dollars ten years ago. Actual marks on film