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Full Moon Records

1653 Mclendon Ave NE 
Atlanta, GA 30307
Phone: (404) 377-1919
Website: atlanta.citysearch.com...
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Full Moon Records Full Moon Records : CD, Tapes & Records, Atlanta, GA



Reviews
by B Hil at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 4/10/2011
Learn some manners and/or some social skills, please...
So, um, based on my first and last visit to this store, the owner is a bit of a weirdo psycho control freak. He seemed nervous and jittery, maybe over-caffeinated, or maybe under the influence of something stronger.? I don't know, and I really don't care.What I do care about, though, is the fact that the guy made me feel unwelcome and uncomfortable virtually the whole time I was in the store. Rather than let me browse through the records in peace, he kept getting up in my face about one thing after the other, as if I was some mangy bum who'd walked into the place to stink up his store, rather than a customer who just wanted to pick out some records and give him some money. First he started asking me if he could start writing down a list of which records I was going to buy, before I'd even finished deciding which records I wanted. Then he started freaking out when I tried to put some records I'd been looking at back in the bin where I'd found them, saying that he had everything in perfect alphabetical order and that he'd prefer to file them himself. Okay, fine, but he could have been more polite and less creepy and intrusive about it. But, still, I tried not to let the guy's weirdness and OCD-ness get to me. After all, I did find some good records, at very reasonable prices, and I still wanted to buy them.But then the owner's bad attitude finally just got to be too much for me to take. I had just about finished deciding which records I wanted to buy, so I began to pull the records out of their sleeves to inspect their condition, like I (and every other record collector I know) always do before buying a record. The store owner immediately freaked out and walked up to me, and, in a tense, paranoid tone, told me not to pull the records out of their sleeves, assuring me that all his records were in good condition and I should just take his word for it. So, let me get this straight.you won't let your customers inspect the records' condition before buying th...
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by wchapman at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 3/11/2011
Disappointed, but richer than I would've been!
I recently brought a box full of several dozen used CDs to Full Moon. The guy there (perhaps the owner?) looked through them and didn't really find much of value. He initially offered me $20 for the entire box, but later reneged and offered me $2 for just one of the CDs. Within the two weeks following my disappointing experience at Full Moon, I ended up selling about 95% of my collection at AbundaTrade (which paid for shipping) and eBay for over $100 - wow! One rare CD brought over $50 on eBay! Although in a way I'm sorry Full Moon wasn't interested, I definitely came out way ahead. My takeaway: don't take your used CDs to Full Moon (or any other local music store) as you're likely to get more online.
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by Adam B at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 1/31/2010
A Discovery
I was amazed to discover an old school record store like this in the town where I live. I haven't lived here all that long. Many of the records are $4 to $6, unheard of in the modern age. I immediately found a selection of Donovan records priced $4-$6 each, which I purchased. You just don't find record stores like this anymore. They have completely disappeared from L.A., where I'm from. The place is obviously tailored more toward the casual vinyl fan than the collector, as there are price stickers directly on the covers. I'm not really a collector and can live with that. Atlanta has quite a few vinyl-oriented stores and this is one of the best.
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by Ashman at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 6/11/2009
Best Little Record Store in Town!
If you are looking for good quality vinyl at a very fair price, especially within the rock genre(s), Full Moon is worth a visit. I've picked up many titles for $4 that would easily be $7 or $8 at other local stops. Also, if you can manage to beat me to it, the $1 bins often contain some real gems, though you will have to wade through the Dan Fogelberg and Linda Ronstadt titles to find 'em.\r\rTed (the owner) is very knowledgeable about music and, in my opinion, does a great job of running the store. There's a reason he's been in business there for over 17 years and it's not so that the people waiting in line to get into the Flying Biscuit have someplace to ""mill about"" He sells stuff that people are looking for at a fair price.\r\rThis is a store owned and operated by a practicing musician and as such (God bless him) doesn't open until noon (and don't make a trip down there Monday thru Weds. as is closed). Moreover, Full Moon's old-school and doesn't have a website or other bells and whistles; this is a drag your a$$ away from the computer and get your hands dirty kind of music shopping experience....
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by RecordEater at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 12/6/2008
Full Moon!!!
Ha! The brouhaha below is hilarious (especially the part about leaving a message for Ted's ""boss"")! The people at Full Moon are great. But, more importantly, the records are even better. Best prices in town. You can find some great records at a real deal at Full Moon.
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