Best Selling Singles of All Time

Top Selling Singles Of All Time

Bing Crosby ‘White Christmas’
Estimated sales 50m. Released 1942

“White Christmas” is a 1942 Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting. The version sung by Bing Crosby is the world’s best-selling single with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide. He wrote it in 1940, in warm La Quinta, California, while staying at the La Quinta Hotel, a frequent Hollywood retreat also favored by writer-director-producer Frank Capra, although the Arizona Biltmore also claims the song was written there.

Elton John ‘Candle in the Wind 1997’
Estimated sales 33m. Released 1997

This new version by Bernie Taupin and Elton John of their 1973 song ‘Candle in the Wind’ was released on 13 September 1997 as a tribute single to Diana, Princess of Wales, with the global proceeds from the song going towards Diana’s charities. Produced by George Martin in many countries, it was pressed as a double A-side with ‘Something About the Way You Look Tonight’. The opening lines of the 1973 version, ‘Goodbye Norma Jean, though I never knew you at all,’ were adapted to ‘Goodbye England’s rose, may you ever grow in our hearts.’ Most of the lyrics were adapted to suit the circumstances of Diana’s life and death.

Mungo Jerry ‘In the Summertime’
Estimated sales 30m. Released 1970

“In the Summertime” is the debut single by British rock band Mungo Jerry. Written and composed by its lead singer, Ray Dorset, it celebrates the carefree days of summer. In 1970, it reached number one in charts around the world, including seven weeks on the UK Singles Chart, two weeks on one of the Canadian charts, and number three on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the US. It became one of the best-selling singles of all-time, eventually selling 30 million copies.

Bing Crosby ‘Silent Night’
Estimated sales 30m. Released 1935

Composed in 1818 by Franz Xaver Gruber to lyrics by Joseph Mohr in the small town of Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria, the song was first performed on Christmas Eve 1818 at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria. ‘Silent Night’ has been recorded by many singers across many music genres. The version sung by Bing Crosby in 1935 is the fourth best-selling single of all-time.

Bill Haley & His Comets ‘Rock Around the Clock’
Estimated sales 25m. Released 1954

‘Rock Around the Clock’ is a rock and roll song in the 12-bar blues format written by Max C. Freedman and James E. Myers (the latter being under the pseudonym “Jimmy De Knight”) in 1952. The best-known and most successful rendition was recorded by Bill Haley & His Comets in 1954 for American Decca. It was a number one single on both the United States and United Kingdom charts and also reentered the UK Singles Chart in the 1960’s and 1970’s. This song is widely considered to be the song that, more than any other, brought rock and roll into mainstream culture around the world.

Whitney Houston ‘I Will Always Love You’
Estimated sales 20m. Released 1992

Originally written and recorded in 1973 by Dolly Parton, her country version was released in 1974. Houston recorded her version for the 1992 film The Bodyguard. It was her co-star Kevin Costner who suggested featuring the song in the film after introducing Houston to Linda Ronstadt’s 1975 version of the song. This single spent 14 weeks at number one making it one of the best-selling singles of all time. It also holds the record for being the best-selling single by a woman in music history.

Elvis Presley ‘It’s Now or Never’
Estimated sales 20m. Released 1960

In 1960, ‘It’s Now or Never’ was a number one record in the U.S. for Elvis Presley, spending five weeks at number one and the UK, where it spent eight weeks at the top in 1960 and an additional week at number one in 2005 as a re-issue, and numerous other countries, selling in excess of 25 million copies worldwide, Elvis Presley’s biggest international single ever. Its British release was delayed for some time because of rights issues, allowing the song to build up massive advance orders and to enter the UK Singles Chart at number one, a very rare occurrence at the time. “It’s Now or Never” peaked at number seven on the R&B charts.

USA for Africa ‘We Are the World’
Estimated sales 20m. Released 1985

The idea for the creation of an American benefit single for African famine relief came from activist Harry Belafonte following Band Aid’s 1984 ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ The charity single was recorded by the supergroup United Support of Artists (USA) for Africa and was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie. The track features over 40 American stars including, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Daryl Hall, Bob Dylan and Diana Ross.

The Ink Spots ‘If I Didn’t Care’
Estimated sales 19m. Released 1939

American songwriter Jack Lawrence introduced the world to The Ink Spots when they recorded his song, ‘If I Didn’t Care’ in 1939. ‘If I Didn’t Care’ is the song playing on the radio during the opening of The Shawshank Redemption as Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is sitting in his car with his gun contemplating his next steps to confront his wife and her lover. Lawrence later wrote a song titled ‘Linda’ for the then-five-year-old daughter of his attorney, Lee Eastman. Linda Eastman later became world famous as the first wife of Beatle Paul McCartney.

Baccara ‘Yes Sir, I Can Boogie’
Estimated sales 18m. Released 1977

Baccara was composed of Spanish flamenco dancers Mayte Mateos and Maria Mendiola. They were discovered on the island of Fuerteventura by RCA Records executive Leon Deane who saw them dancing flamenco and singing traditional songs for tourists; he subsequently signed them to the label. A major hit across Europe ‘Yes Sir, I Can Boogie’ became the duo’s sole number one single in the UK. It became the best-selling singles of all-time by a female group, eventually selling more than 18 million copies worldwide.

Celine Dion ‘My Heart Will Go On’
Estimated sales 18m. Released 1997

The main theme song to James Cameron’s blockbuster film Titanic, with worldwide sales estimated at 18 million copies, it became the second best-selling single by a female artist in history, (after ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston). When Celine Dion originally heard the song, she did not want to record it as she felt she was pushing her luck by singing another film theme song after Beauty and the Beast. Dion’s manager and husband René Angélil convinced her to sing on the demo version, Head of Sony Music Entertainment Tommy Mottola claimed that Dion recorded the song in one take, and that demo is what was released.

Mariah Carey ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’
Estimated sales 16m. Released 1994

‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ was the lead single from her fourth studio album and first holiday album, Merry Christmas (1994). The song has become the best-selling modern day Christmas song and has is the best selling Christmas single by a female artist. As of 2017, the song was reported to have earned Carey and her co-writer Brazilian-American musician Walter Afanasieff $60 million in royalties.

Bryan Adams ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It for You’
Estimated sales 15m. Released 1991

Featured on the soundtrack album from the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It for You’ spent seven weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and sixteen consecutive weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart (the longest in British chart history). Bryan Adams has stated that the song took around 45 minutes to write.

John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John ‘You’re the One That I Want’
Estimated sales 15m. Released 1978

‘You’re the One That I Want’ was one of the two singles, along with ‘Hopelessly Devoted to You’, written by Australian producer and musician John Farrar specifically for Newton-John’s appearance in the 1978 film version of the musical Grease. The album Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture has sold over 38 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best selling albums of all time, also ranking among the biggest selling soundtrack albums of all time.

Scorpions ‘Wind of Change’
Estimated sales 15m. Released 1991

This power ballad by the German rock band Scorpions holds the record for the best-selling single by a German group. It was released just after the failed coup that would eventually lead to the collapse of the Soviet Union. The song topped the charts in Germany and across Europe and peaked at number four in the United States and number two in the United Kingdom. In 1991 the band presented a gold record and $70,000 of royalties from the single to Mikhail Gorbachev the President of the Soviet Union (1990 to 1991).

Gloria Gaynor ‘I Will Survive’
Estimated sales 14m. Released 1978

American singer Gloria Gaynor is best known for the disco era hits ‘I Will Survive’, ‘Never Can Say Goodbye’ and ‘I Am What I Am. ‘I Will Survive’ is also frequently recalled as a symbol of female strength and as a gay anthem. In 2016, the Library of Congress deemed Gaynor’s original recording to be ‘culturally, historically, or artistically significant’ and selected it for preservation in the National Recording Registry.

Prince Nico Mbarga ‘Sweet Mother’
Estimated sales 13m. Released 1976

Prince Nico Mbarga, was a highlife musician, born to a Nigerian mother and a Cameroonian father in Abakaliki, Nigeria. ‘Sweet Mother’ remains one of the most popular songs in Africa and was voted Africa’s favourite song by BBC readers and listeners in 2004. Prince Nico Mbarga was killed in a motorcycle accident on 24 June 1997.

Kyu Sakamoto ‘Sukiyaki’
Estimated sales 13m. Released 1963

This song by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, was first released in Japan in 1961. The song topped the charts in several countries, including the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963. Sukiyaki refers to a Japanese hot-pot dish with cooked beef, does not appear in the song’s lyrics, nor does it have any connection to them; it was used only because it was short, catchy, recognizably Japanese, and more familiar to English speakers. Sakamoto, along with 519 others on board the flight, was killed in the crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123 on 12 August 1985; the deadliest single-aircraft accident to date. His number one hit song had lyrics which translate to ‘Happiness lies beyond the clouds’ and ‘Happiness lies up above the sky’.

Trio ‘Da Da Da’
Estimated sales 13m. Released 1982

‘Da Da Da I Don’t Love You You Don’t Love Me Aha Aha Aha’ (usually shortened to ‘Da Da Da’) is a song by the German band Trio. The song became a hit in Germany and over 30 other countries, selling 13 million copies worldwide. The song gained further chart success in when it was featured in a US Volkswagen commercial.

Gene Autry ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’
Estimated sales 12.5. Released 1949

The song was first sung by crooner Harry Brannon on New York City radio in early November 1949, before Gene Autry’s recording hit number one in the US charts during Christmas 1949. The song was first suggested as a ‘B’ side for a record Autry was making and Autry rejected the song. His wife later convinced him to use it.

The Beatles ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’
Estimated sales 12m. Released 1963

With advance orders exceeding one million copies The Beatles ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ would have gone straight to the top of the British charts on its day of release (29 November 1963) had it not been blocked by the group’s first million seller ‘She Loves You’, their previous UK single. A week later it reached the top of the charts and became the first instance of an act taking over from itself at number one in British chart history. ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ was also the group’s first American number one hit and starting the British invasion of the American music industry.

Hatboro Cruise Nights – Cruising Tunes

Cruise Night Tunes

George will be spinning the tunes at
HHH Records
for this years Hatboro Cruise Nights

June 21st Will Feature Rare and Rockin Sounds of The 50’s

July 19th Enjoy your favorite music from the 60’s

August 16th Will feature the sounds of the 70’s

September 20th Anything goes.

Stop by make your requests for your favorite songs!

Start Your Ear Off Right 2019

Start Your Ear Off Right

Rhino is kicking off 2019 with their annual Start Your Ear Off Right releases. These limited edition vinyl titles are from some of the most celebrated acts in music including: Alice Cooper, Aretha Franklin, Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Gram Parsons, Grateful Dead, Jimmy Rogers All Stars, Joni Mitchell, Little Village, Lupe Fiasco, Ramones, The Monkees, Television, Warren Zevon, and ZZ Top. Full details are listed below. These will be available only at participating brick and mortar retail outlets.

These are limited edition albums no guarantee will will get them but we will do our best.

Get your FREE Start Your Ear Off Right Calendar with any vinyl record purchase while supplies last when you mention this post.

Aretha’s Gold

Aretha Franklin

Greatest Hits

Alice Cooper

Greatest Hits




So Far

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young


Gram Parsons

Blues Blues Blues

Jimmy Rogers All Stars

El Loco

ZZ Top


ZZ Top


Joni Mitchell

Little Village

Little Village

Warren Zevon

Warren Zevon

Skeletons from the Closet

Grateful Dead

Buffalo Springfield

Buffalo Springfield

Buffalo Springfield Again

Buffalo Springfield

Road to Ruin



Lupe Fiasco

2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees


Here is the list of 2019 inductees:
• The Cure
• Def Leppard
• Janet Jackson
• Stevie Nicks
• Radiohead
• Roxy Music
• The Zombies

Artists are eligible to be nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after they release their first single or album. The Zombies, also on this year’s list, have been waiting since 1989 for the honor, and have been nominated on three other occasions.

Find These and many more great artist’s Rock and Roll LP’s CD’s and Singles At your favorite record store in beautiful downtown Hatboro.

HHH Records Your Vinyl Connection

Enjoy Life!

Motown Records Turns 60 The Record Label That Changed The World of Music

Motown Turns 60

Motown Turns 60Found this great AARP Magazine article featuring the incredible sounds and artists of Motown. Celebrating 60 years of the Detroit label’s musical legacy.
Motown originally founded by Berry Gordy Jr. as Tamla Records on January 12, 1959, and was incorporated as Motown Record Corporation on April 14, 1960. Its name, a portmanteau of motor and town, has become a nickname for Detroit, where the label was originally headquartered.

Find Your Classic Motown Vinyls Right Here at HHH Records

Duke Fakir Still a Top
The Four Tops, Abdul Duke Fakir Still a Top The founding Four Tops member retains the magic

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Martha Reeves Detroit Forever
Martha and the Vandellas, Martha Reeves Detroit Forever Her heart — and home — remain in the Motor City


Mary Wilson Joy and Jealousy
The Supremes, Mary Wilson Joy and Jealousy She can’t imagine her life without Motown


Motowns Fabulous Rise Photos
Motown’s Fabulous Rise Seen Through Photos Take a look back to 1959 through 1971 and relive some of the big moments.


Otis Williams Last Temptation The Temptations, Otis Williams Last Temptation This Texan’s run in the group still going strong after half a century


Smokey Robinson sitting in front of a piano
Smokey Robinson Reflects on Motown’s Birth The legendary singer and songwriter shares personal stories behind hit records


The Andantes posing for a photo
The Andantes: The Girl Group Left Behind The ‘hidden figures’ of Motown sang on many of the label’s biggest hits

Read More ………

Find Motown Vinyl records and music memorabilia here at HHH Records.

Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet 50th Anniversary Edition Out Now

The-Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet

The Rolling Stones landmark 1968 album Beggars Banquet has been released in a new 50th Anniversary Edition by ABKCO Records in multiple formats, including vinyl and CD.

Limited Quantities Get It Now or at our
Record Store Day Sneak Peek on Wednesday 11/21/18

The-Rolling Stones Beggars BanquetThe limited edition vinyl format has a gate-fold jacket with a bonus 12” of the album’s celebrated opening track, ‘Sympathy For the Devil,’ in mono. That disc is cut at 45 rpm and backed with an etching of the original “toilet” cover. Also in the package is a replica of the rare Japanese bonus flexi disc, which contains a telephone interview with Mick Jagger from 1968, and a download code for the album plus interview. Newly mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Bob Ludwig, the disc’s lacquers were cut at Abbey Road and it’s pressed on 180 grain vinyl.

Beggars Banquet Stones Press Photo The telephone interview that Mick Jagger did with a staffer from the Stones’ Japanese label King Records had a title that translated to “’Hello, This Is Mick Jagger!’ LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968.” It is restored with its original sleeve art in the limited edition vinyl package, marking the first time this rarity has been available outside Japan. During the conversation, which took place while the band were recording the new album, Jagger is asked “What do you think is the future direction of your music?” He replies: “Sideways.”

Beggars Banquet, originally released on 6 December 1968, was the group’s last album to be released during Brian Jones’ lifetime and their first with producer Jimmy Miller. As well as ‘Sympathy For The Devil,’ it featured such key tracks as the single ‘Street Fighting Man,’ ‘No Expectations’ and ‘Factory Girl.’

Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition) vinyl track list

Disc 1 Side A

  • Sympathy For the Devil
  • No Expectations
  • Dear Doctor
  • Parachute Woman
  • Jigsaw Puzzle

Disk 1 Side B

  • Street Fighting Man
  • Prodigal Son
  • Stray Cat Blues
  • Factory Girl
  • Salt of the Earth
    Disc 2
    Sympathy For the Devil (mono)Flexi disc
    1) ‘Hello, This Is Mick Jagger!’ LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968

Record Store Day Fall 2018 #RSDBF

Record Store Day Black Friday

Record Store Day Black Friday 8:30 am

Record Store Day Black Friday 2018If you’re a music lover, relief is on the way, holiday style! Record Store Day is stoked to announce a slew of terrific Black Friday (November 23rd) and Small Business Saturday (November 24th) titles from Atlantic to Pacific at participating indie stores. More reasons to shop at local, independent record stores for the holiday season.

Below is a list of RSD Releases for this event are limited. Be sure to stop by and let me know which releases you are interested in and I will do my best to get them for you.  The titles on the Black Friday list are usually limited in number, as are most things that are created for special time periods or exclusive to certain retailers. This means hhh records may not get all the copies they want, or that we may sell out of a release before you are able to purchase them. Let us know whats on your Wish List. This Week Friday Saturday and during the Parade Sunday Stop by and let us know your picks.

The 31st of February The 31st Of February Craft Recordings LP RSD Exclusive
So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish A Perfect Circle BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
B-Sides A$AP Ferg RCA 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Presenting… The Ad Libs The Ad Libs ORG Music LP RSD Exclusive
Swingin’ in Seattle: Live at the Penthouse (1966-1967) Cannonball Adderley Reel To Real Recordi 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Highlights From Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973 America Omnivore Recordings LP ‘RSD First’
Kings Among Scotland Anthrax Megaforce 3 x LP RSD Exclusive
Berliner Jazztage, Berliner Philharmonie: Nov. 7, 1968 Brian Auger & The Trinity RockBeat Records LP ‘RSD First’
Earth Rot David Axelrod Now-Again Records 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Cosmic Thing The B-52’s RHINO/WARNER BROS. LP RSD Exclusive
Distortion BABYMETAL Cooking Vinyl/BABYMETAL RECORDS/Amuse Ent 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
BORNS Live At Amoeba Music Hollywood BØRNS (BORNS) Interscope 12″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape Bauhaus Beggars Banquet LP RSD Exclusive
The ’67 Demos Blue Cheer BeatRocket 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Some Enchanted Evening (Legacy Edition) Blue Oyster Cult Culture Factory USA 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Safari EP The Breeders 4AD 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Live at Town Hall 1974 Roy Buchanan Real Gone Music 3 x LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Legacy Edition) The Byrds Sony Legacy 4 x LP RSD Exclusive
Too Precious To Kill Cky Metal / Entertainment One 12″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
This Is Capital Punishment Capital Punishment Captured Tracks 12″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Like Cats and Dogs Catherine Wheel Mercury LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
The Epic Archive Vol. 2 (1980-1983) Cheap Trick Real Gone Music 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Happy Xmas (Bonus Tracks) Eric Clapton BHB 12″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid Collective Soul Craft Recordings LP RSD Exclusive
Selects from Both Directions At Once John Coltrane Verve 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Live From The Astroturf Full Performance Alice Cooper Good Records LP RSD Exclusive
Ripple Waves Cornelius Rostrum Records LP RSD Exclusive
When Bad Does Good Chris Cornell A&M 7″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
10’ll Getcha Twenty Cowboy Crazy Chester Records LP RSD Exclusive
Living In Reverse Crack The Sky Loud & Proud Records LP RSD Exclusive
Tuesday Night Music Club Sheryl Crow A&M 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Dog Days Of Tomorrow Czarface Silver Age 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
DMBLive 4.22.93 Prism Coffeehouse – Charlottesville, VA Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Bama Rags Recordings 4 x LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
DMBLive 2.22.94 Trax – Charlottesville, VA Dave Matthews Band Bama Rags Recordings 4 x LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Iguana Studios Rehearsal Sessions Dead Kennedys Manifesto Records LP RSD Exclusive
Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! Devo RHINO/WARNER BROS. LP Picture Disc RSD Exclusive
Take Me I’m Yours Difford & Tilbrook with ?uestlove and Robert Glasper Yep Roc Records 7″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Holy Diver Live At 35 Dio BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Stranger Things Halloween Sounds Of The Upside Down Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Lakeshore Records 12″ Picture Disc RSD Exclusive
Musical Prophet: The Expanded N.Y. Studio Sessions (1962-1963) Eric Dolphy Resonance Records 3 x LP RSD Exclusive
My Own Worst Enemy Edo G featuring Pete Rock Fat Beats Records 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Duke Ellington Plays With The Original Motion Picture Score
Mary Poppins
Duke Ellington RHINO/WARNER BROS. LP RSD Exclusive
Cabaret of Daggers Tav Falco ORG Music LP ‘RSD First’
Ella At The Shrine Ella Fitzgerald Verve LP ‘RSD First’
The Vaillencourt Fountain 9.19.79 Flamin’ Groovies RockBeat Records LP ‘RSD First’
The Mushroom Tapes The Flaming Lips RHINO/RYKO LP RSD Exclusive
The Vault G-Eazy RCA 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Destroying Angels Garbage with John Doe and Exene Cervenka BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Ode To Billie Joe Bobbie Gentry Elemental Music LP RSD Exclusive
What We Do Is Secret The Germs ORG Music LP RSD Exclusive
Veneer (15th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) Jose Gonzalez Mute 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
The Audience is That Way (The Rest of the Show) [Live], Vol.
The Goo Goo Dolls Warner Bros. LP ‘RSD First’
Live At the Playboy Jazz Festival Dexter Gordon Run Out Groove LP RSD Exclusive
Playing In The Band, Seattle, WA 5/21/74 Grateful Dead Grateful Dead/Rhino LP RSD Exclusive
6 Feet Deep Gravediggaz Nashville Catalog / eOne 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Sub Pop Holiday 7″ Green River / U-Men Sub Pop Records 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Shadow Of Your Love Guns N’ Roses Geffen 7″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Flood Herbie Hancock Get On Down 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
The Who Hieroglyphics Hieroglyphics Imperium 12″ Picture Disc ‘RSD First’
Nina Cried Power Hozier Columbia Records 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Rare Power Iggy & The Stooges Sony Legacy LP RSD Exclusive
The Amazing Jeckel Brothers Insane Clown Posse Psychopathic Records 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
A Postcard From California Al Jardine Friday Music LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Black Snake Moan/Matchbox Blues Blind Lemon Jefferson Traffic Entertainment 10″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Almost Acoustic Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band ATO Records 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Almost Acoustic Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band ATO Records CD RSD Exclusive
Bad Reputation (Music From the Original Motion Picture) Joan Jett Sony Legacy LP ‘RSD First’
Burning of the Midnight Lamp Mono EP The Jimi Hendrix Experience Sony Legacy 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Cross Road Blues/Ramblin’ On My Mind Robert Johnson Traffic Entertainment 10″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Durand Jones & The Indications Live Vol. 1 Durand Jones & The Indications Dead Oceans LP RSD Exclusive
A Soulful Sunday: Live at the Left Bank Etta Jones Reel To Real Recordi LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
The Better Me / Dance Of The Lotus The Joy Formidable Seradom 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Rocka Rolla Judas Priest NY Catalog/Entertainment One LP ‘RSD First’
Be Gentle with the Warm Turtle Kinski Kill Rock Stars 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Spotify Singles Ray LaMontagne RCA 7″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Freak Yourself Out Lake Street Dive Nonesuch 10″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Psychedelic Goes Latin The Lebron Brothers Get On Down LP ‘RSD First’
The Western Tapes 1983 Lone Justice Omnivore Recordings 12″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
The LookOuting! Lookout Records Hopeless 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Ray of Light Madonna RHINO/WARNER BROS. 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
The Complete Singles The Mamas and The Papas Real Gone Music 2 x LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
The Black Miles Demos Manchester Orchestra Loma Vista 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Catch a Fire Bob Marley & The Wailers Island LP ‘RSD First’
I Don’t Know / Come On To Me Paul McCartney Capitol 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
The Atlas Underground (Instrumentals) Tom Morello Mom+Pop 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
An American Prayer Jim Morrison & The Doors ELEKTRA CATALOG GROUP LP RSD Exclusive
Gangland Landlord Mozzy Mozzy Records / EMPIRE 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
High Horse Remixes Kacey Musgraves MCA Nashville 10″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
One Thing/Watch The Throne Night Beats EASY EYE SOUND 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
The Nilsson Popeye Demos Harry Nilsson Varese Sarabande LP ‘RSD First’
Blue Line Baby Nothing Relapse 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
The Last Of The Origins Ofege Tidal Wave Music LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Blue Frog..and Others Orchestra Di Enrico Simonetti BTF / AMS LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Rosa Parks Outkast Sony Legacy 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Slip Stitch & Pass Phish JEMP 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Pride Pride Get On Down LP ‘RSD First’
Live & Rare Rage Against The Machine Sony Legacy 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Live In Glasgow December 19, 1977 Ramones RHINO/WARNER BROS. 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Run Rudolph Run (40th Anniversary) Keith Richards BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 12″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Lullaby Renditions of Tom Petty Rockabye Baby! Rockabye Baby Music LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Death is Certain Royce Da 5’9 Urban / Entertainment One 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Something / Anything? Todd Rundgren Bearsville 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
What The Hell Happened To Me? Adam Sandler Warner Bros. 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Head On A Leg Fred Schneider & The Superions HHBTM Records 7″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Wherefore Art Thou? – Songs Inspired By Nick Hornby’s “Juliet,
Perry Serpa Schoolkids Records LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
The Smashing Pumpkins Napalm Records LP Picture Disc ‘RSD First’
B-Sides The Beatles The Smithereens Adult / Jazz / Classics – eOne LP ‘RSD First’
The Twin Tone Years Soul Asylum Omnivore Recordings 5 x LP ‘RSD First’
Skank Up (Oh Lawd) ft. Ding Dong b/w Oh Carolina/We’ll Be Together
Sting & Shaggy Interscope 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Holiday Picture Disc Lindsey Stirling Concord Records / Lindseystomp M 7″ Picture Disc RSD Exclusive
Stone Sour Stone Sour Roadrunner Records LP RSD Exclusive
Live 2018 Stone Temple Pilots Rhino Records LP RSD Exclusive
Sublime Greatest Hits Sublime Interscope LP ‘RSD First’
Crystal Spears Sun Ra Modern Harmonic LP ‘RSD First’
Crystal Spears Sun Ra Modern Harmonic CD ‘RSD First’
Wicked System of Things Matthew Sweet Honeycomb Hideout LP RSD Exclusive
Red Taylor Swift Big Machine 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Speak Now Taylor Swift Big Machine 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Remain In Light Talking Heads RHINO/WARNER BROS. LP RSD Exclusive
Livemiles Tangerine Dream Culture Factory USA 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Deep Inside Of You Gloria Ann Taylor Nature Sounds 7″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
A Very Rosie Christmas! – Anniversary Edition Rosie Thomas Sing-A-Long LP ‘RSD First’
Toad The Wet Sprocket Box Set Toad The Wet Sprocket ThinkIndie Records 5 x LP RSD Exclusive
Nuts b/w Tiny Pyramids Tone Scientists ORG Music 7″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Get In Where You Fit In Too $hort Get On Down 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
splitinthispaint Twiztid Majik Ninja 7″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Bloody Kisses 25th Anniversary Edition Type O Negative Roadrunner/Run Out Groove 3 x LP RSD Exclusive
Side By Side: I Don’t Wanna Be Me Type O Negative / Trivium Roadrunner Records 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me U2 Ume/Interscope 12″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
Sub Mission: The Best of UK Subs 1982-1998 Uk Subs Fall Out/Jungle 2 x LP RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Unwritten Christmas Unwritten Law Interscope 7″ Vinyl ‘RSD First’
3 x 4 Various Artists Yep Roc Records 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
3 x 4 Various Artists Yep Roc Records CD ‘RSD First’
A Day In The Life: Impressions of Pepper Various Artists Verve 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Big Star: Small World Various Artists NY Catalog/Entertainment One LP ‘RSD First’
Feelin’ Right Saturday Night: The Ric & Ron Anthology Various Artists Craft Recordings 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Fritz the Cat (Original Soundtrack Recording) Various Artists Craft Recordings 12″ Picture Disc RSD Exclusive
Jazz Dispensary: Purple Funk, Vol. 2 Various Artists Craft Recordings LP RSD Exclusive
KIDZ BOP Christmas Kidz Bop Kids KIDZ BOP 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Live At Massey Hall Vol 1 Various Artists Arts & Crafts LP ‘RSD First’
Mom+Pop 10 Year Anniversary Compilation Various Artists Mom+Pop 3 x LP ‘RSD First’
Something Weird Greatest Hits Various Artists Modern Harmonic 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Something Weird Greatest Hits Various Artists Modern Harmonic CD ‘RSD First’
Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney
Various Artists A&M 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
Permanent Record: The Very Best of Violent Femmes Violent Femmes Craft Recordings 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
More Muddy “Mississippi” Waters Live Muddy Waters Sony Legacy 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Breakin’ It Up, Breakin’ It Down Muddy Waters – Johnny Winter – James Cotton Friday Music 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Goin’ Way Back Muddy Waters & Friends Justin Time Records LP ‘RSD First’
Africa (Shaped Picture Disc Vinyl) Weezer Crush Music 10″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
The First Recordings, 1938 Hank Williams BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 7″ Vinyl RSD Exclusive
Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas. Paul Williams Varese Sarabande LP ‘RSD First’
The Inevitable Rise And Liberation Of Niggy Tardust (10th Anniversary) Saul Williams Fader Label 2 x LP ‘RSD First’
The Wombats EP 10th-Anniversary The Wombats Bright Antenna 10″ Vinyl RSD Limited Run / Regional Focus
Exhumed Wurm ORG Music 2 x LP RSD Exclusive
Time And A Word Yes Atlantic Catalog Group LP RSD Exclusive
We’re Only In It For The Money Frank Zappa UMe 12″ Picture Disc ‘RSD First’
Odessey and Oracle Picture Disc The Zombies Varese Sarabande LP Picture Disc ‘RSD First’

Hatboro Holiday Parade 2018

Hatboro Parade 2017 HHH Records

Join Us Sunday November 18th 2018 in beautiful downtown Hatboro The vinyl record capital of the world and enjoy this years Hatboro Holiday Parade.  We will be open during parade hours 2 to 4 pm. Enjoy the parade and stop by for that warm fuzzy feeling of the smell of brand new and classic collectible vinyl records and warm up as well. Be sure to ask for the latest information about Record Store Day coming up on Black Friday November 23rd.

Record Store Day Black Friday 2018The titles on the Black Friday list are usually limited in number, as are most things that are created for special time periods or exclusive to certain retailers. This means hhh records may not get all the copies they want, or that we may sell out of a release before you are able to purchase them. Let us know whats on your List of wanted vinyl releases and we will do our best to get them for you.

As Always Enjoy Life!
See You At The Parade……….



From Our Old Site

Old record store web site

This is a tribute post to our old and long gone 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.

Old record store web site

Guest Book From Record Store Site on

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