HHH Records is hosting this Free Fun event for anyone who would like to freshen up their vinyl collection. We will be providing refreshments for all our friends, music lovers and record collectors who show up to trade with like minded people. No purchase necessary just come meet and greet with other who love their vinyl records and albums. Bring your doubles or less listened to records and make trades with your peers. Talk and share your enthusiasm tips ideas and records with the people who share your passion for analog music in the digital age a real face to face meet and greet.
Show up bring your trade-able vinyl or just show up and talk about music. This should be a fun event weather you have anything to trade or not.
ROCKTOBER is back again for 2018! Rhino kicks-off its third annual ROCKTOBER campaign on Tuesday, October 2nd and features 20 limited edition vinyl releases! This year’s titles include releases from Dio, Grateful Dead, Alice Cooper, The Rutles, Faces, and Black Sabbath. Also included is a brand new compilation, Hard Rock Heretics, featuring classic songs from Dokken, Skid Row, Twisted Sister, and more!
Blues For Allah Rocktober 2018 Exclusive Grateful Dead
1LP, Black Vinyl 140g
A breakout from the Grateful Dead Records Collection. Released in 1975, the album contains the title track, “The Music Never Stopped” and “Franklin’s Tower”.
Steal Your Face Rocktober 2018 Exclusive Grateful Dead
2LP, Black Vinyl 140g
A breakout from the Grateful Dead Records Collection. The live double-album, which was released in 1976 was actually recorded in October 1974 in San Francisco at the Winterland Ballroom. The show was initially part of a “Farewell Run” before the band went on hiatus.
Wake Of The Flood Rocktober 2018 Exclusive Grateful Dead
1LP, Black Vinyl 140g
Another breakout from the Grateful Dead Records Collection. Released in 1973, the band’s album contains “Eyes Of The World” and “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo”.
A feature story about Record Store Day April 19th 2014.
Highlights from HHH Records in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.
Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the vinyl music culture. The first Record Store Day took place on April 19, 2008. Today there are Record Store Day participating stores on every continent except Antarctica. Enjoy Life!
This is a tribute post to our old and long gone webs.com website
Also we say goodbye and good riddance to Dave of Alan’s Attic Treasures. Although we appreciated being able to share the location with you seems our online reputation suffered when you where there and we weren’t. So welcome to our new site! Come in and browse our New expanded record store at the same location. Look for us on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube) as we hope to make our online presence a joyful and informative experience.
Guest Book From Record Store Site on Webs.com
ANNE 2:27 PM on October 19, 2011 HHH RECORDS has expanded to bigger better store – you have to see it to believe it Located in downtown Hatboro, where you have been able to purchase vinyl for over 50 years — HHH Records is across the steet from the Baptist Church and LeRoys Flowers — check out the new location
ceg-tv 6:33 PM on July 26, 2011 the best kept secret in vinyl
Alan 12:10 PM on February 25, 2011 Nice little booth ya got going over there. Reminds of when I used to go to Englishtown and down Philly to the Record Cellar. Got a small collection myself. Especially those picture sleeved 45’s.
Liz 4:19 AM on December 9, 2010 Good Morning George, I am now a proud member of Triple H Records website, we love this video! The Swing King is the man!!! Best of Luck to you, we’ll come to visit soon!! Love, Bet