If you had to pick one universal resource for record-store junkies the world over, it would be the bargain bin. Even in a world of unlimited downloads, there's nothing like rummaging through a crated stockpile of aural treasures from five, 10, 15 even 20 years ago that simply refuse to sell. That is, until you come along. The vinyl enthusiasts at Burger Records in Fullerton are well aware of the power of the bargain bin. And despite already having some killer deals, they'll be slashing their prices even more this weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, $1 and $3 bargain-bin records are going for 50 cents a pop. And for you big spenders, the $5 records are selling for $2.50. So for the amount of change wedged into your couch, you could literally walk home with a stack of vinyl treasures that will last you a lifetime. Go ahead, turn those loose quarters into records and let us know if you find anything good.