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Before fans went online for music, they got in line. And if you're looking for Rick Springfield's "Human Touch," you may also be in luck. By the way, as long as you've got records on your mind, check out our roundup of famous New York City album cover locations. Some music predates LPs entirely. According to owner Joseph Ganun, "If you want the original cover art and a nice package [for certain rare recordings], the only way you'll find it is in a secondhand store like this one. The store also has a nice selection of used DVDs. Asked about the unusual combination, co-owner Sommer Santoro replies that it was a natural fit: "We're all collectors of records, antiques and big, avid coffee drinkers, so it just kind of made sense to us. This venerable store has stood on the same Bronx block for more than half a century, fueled by owner Mike Amadeo's love for and knowledge of music. Amadeo also sells musical instruments. Earwax owner Fabio Roberti feels strongly about tastemaking in his hip Williamsburg neighborhood and prefers his store's carefully chosen inventory to "all the [hogwash] that's on every website on the planet.