See More Hear More Watch More Hear More Get on iTunes
deletedatc deletedatc

The Life And Death Of Tower Records, Revisited

These days, virtually every type of music imaginable is at our fingertips nearly anytime, anywhere. But for decades, getting that kind of access meant trekking to an actual store, where the store buyers were tastemaking kings. Throughout much of the 1980s, and especially during the CD boom of the '90s, Tower Records locations across the U.S. were meccas for music fans. More Info: #FullNewsAudioAvailable #NPR


More from