Shopping >Forever Young Records
AN ICON FOR RECORD COLLECTORS. I am responding to the pinhead who wrote in poorly constructed English the comment about Forever Young & CD's. I've been doing business with Forever Young for 20+ years and can tell you with utter certainty that the owner forgets more over a cup of coffee every morning than that critic does or ever will know about music, business, credibility, merchandise, customer care, responsibility, or life in general. Forever Young isn't just a warehouse of product, it is an entire group of warehouses full of the most amazing accumulated tangible side of music history you could ever dream of. As far back as 10 years ago I saw a stack of boxes outside their office almost to my chest and about a block long full of already out-of-print CD's - used, new, promo, all basically mint, near mint, or still sealed. The pinhead who prompted this review can't imagine in his pathetic wildest imagination the sheer volume of CD's involved. The store needs to pull the wool over the eyes of customers like Carter needs more pills. It's ridiculous. The only change I have witnessed in 2 decades is the exponential expansion of both floor space and volume of product available. Forever Young is the physical manifestation of the owners' love of what is contained on that unbelievable mass of records, CD's and memorabilia. Don't forget those 1,000's of well-organized cassettes! For knowledge, experience and reliability, this shop and these folks are easily among the Top 5 in the entire world. I guess when you are at the top of the mountain there will always be some crackpot at the bottom inacapable of dealing with it. Pay no attention to that fool behind the curtain. Forever Young is the real deal.
forever young in reality a rip off. thank you no eveything about forever young think again.lets talk cds there are quite a few promo cds being sold as new. this rips off off the person buying them the record label and the artist. the artist gets nothing from the sale of promos.if you sell used import cds he sells them as new. nothing you can do are say makes this right.when you sell lps to the owner dave exstrom he will rip you off if he can.used cds that are beat up they use a buffing machine to make them look good all that does is harm the cds. the amount of promo cds being sold is staggring.this is nothing new it has been going on for years. the store at one time was run fairly no more. sad to say they get away with the things.if you dont belive me check deeper.
Organized and unpretentious. Unlike some of the other nominees (BILL'S comes to mind), Forever Young isn't a dump and the folks working there don't sport the "I am so cool and you are a moron" attitude. Easy to get to, and plenty of parking. If they don't have it, they will try to get it for you.
Best place to find rare old records. This place is definitely worth the trip to Grand Prairie. They've got any old, rare, discontinued, or import you could want.
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