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After weeks of scrutiny, Record Exchange staffers have completed their 2016 Top 10 lists. Visit the store to view the lists in realtime and preview our picks. Let the judgment begin!


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The Record Exchange is a proud partner with Boise's Payette Brewing Company! Enjoy Payette Brewing Company beer (and for free!) at Record Exchange events such as Record Store Day, the annual holiday Bonus Club Sale and select live music events!


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Go Listen Boise is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization with the mission of fostering a vibrant and diverse musical culture in the Boise area.


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Visit The Record Exchange's Amazon Marketplace store to shop for rare and discount CDs, vinyl, DVDs and books. Live in Boise? Order online and arrange for in-store pickup!


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rx top 10

1. Voids
Minus the Bear
2. Divide
Ed Sheeran
3. Side Pony
Lake Street Dive
4. Last Place
5. Volcano
6. Blurryface
Twenty One Pilots
7. Prisoner
Ryan Adams
8. Windy City
Alison Krauss
9. Graveyard Whistling
Old 97’s
10. Eponym
Steve Fulton

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The Record Exchange is a proud sponsor of the sixth annual Treefort Music Fest, taking place March 22-26 throughout Downtown Boise. Treefort 2017 5-day passes are now on sale at The Record Exchange!


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The Record Exchange buys and trades used CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs and vinyl in good condition Monday-Saturday until 9 p.m. and Sunday until 6 p.m.


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Can't find it in the store? The Record Exchange does special orders!



November 24th, 2009


Elise Monnie selected the self-titled debut from Kitty, Daisy and Lewis as her RX Staff Pick of the Week and offered these fine words:

As of lately, new releases haven’t really grabbed me like they used to. Albums I have been particularly excited for have been a disappointment, which has led me back in time. Rediscovering old favorites and finding “new” old favorites. That is, until I heard Kitty, Daisy and Lewis.

If you aren’t paying much attention, Kitty, Daisy and Lewis sounds like it was made in the ’50s or even earlier, when actually Kitty, Daisy and Lewis are three teenage siblings from England who strive to find antique music equipment to perfect the sound of their influences. It has become my new favorite album to play whenever I need a quick pick-me-up and I have come to find it is a great party album to get everyone up and dancing.

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis spans age groups (my mom really likes it, as does my 12-year-old nephew). My favorite album of the year. And as the back of the album packaging says, “For maximum enjoyment we recommend you turn the volume up as loud as possible.” I have to agree. Enjoy.

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