Specialists in soundtracks
The Record Album
Welcome to The Record Album, Brighton’s oldest record shop. Just 30 yards up from Brighton Station. We buy and sell vinyl records of all genres, from film soundtracks and theatrical scores to jazz and rock ‘n’ roll. We are open for business on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. You can order online and if you have a collection to sell we can arrange an appointment.
Soundtracks for today
Pretty Woman (Soundtrack)Various
A1 – Wild Women Do A2 – Fame 90 A3 – King Of Wishful Thinking A4 –£12.00 Buy
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)Alan Silvestri
A1 – Maroon LogoA2 – Maroon CartoonA3 – Valiant & ValiantA4 – The WeaselsA5 – Hungarian Rhapsody (Dueling£20.00 Buy
Tommy (Original Soundtrack Recording)Various
A1 – Prologue – 1945A2 – Captain Walker / It’s A BoyA3 – Bernie’s Holiday£20.00 Buy
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate FactoryLeslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
A1 – Main Title (Golden Ticket / Pure Imagination)A2 – The Candy ManA3 – Charlie’£50.00 Buy
Wind River Original ScoreNick Cave & Warren Ellis
A1 – Snow WolfA2 – ZedA3 – Tell Me What That IsA4 – First JourneyA5 – First£25.00 Buy
The Wicker Man (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Music & Effects)Magnet & Paul Giovanni
A1 – The Wicker Man (Main Title) A2 – Corn Riggs (1 & 3) A3 – Landlord’£75.00 Buy
Night On Earth (Original Soundtrack Recording)Tom Waits
A1 – Back In The Good Old World (Gypsy) A2 – Los Angeles Mood (£60.00 Buy
Hemingway's Adventures Of A Young ManFranz Waxman
A1 – PrologueA2 – Leaving TownA3 – D.T. BluesA4 – Goodbye FatherA5 – The HospitalB1 – RosanneB2 –£20.00 Buy
The Record Album
In 2018 The Record Album celebrated 70 years of serving the record-buying public of Brighton and beyond. The shop, which opened in 1948, sells all kinds of music from pop to classical but it specialises in soundtracks, cinema and theatre. It was recently described in Garth Cartwright’s new chronicle of the UK record shop, Going For a Song, as “as Europe’s foremost soundtrack shop”.
Once curated by the legendary George Ginn, who has retired at 88, the shop has passed to new owners, Keith Blackmore and David Chappell, who are determined to keep up its traditions for lovingly cared for records of all varieties. And the shop is open six days a week.