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43 Stores That Have Closed & You Will Never Be Able To Shop At Again

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Tower Records

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Tower Records was the go-to store for music back in the day. Vinyl records, then cassette tapes, and later CDs, filled their shelves and they even sold tickets to movies and live performances at nearby venues. Founded in the ’60s in Sacramento, California, Tower Records eventually had stores all across the United States and overseas in various countries in Europe and Asia. The chain had a good, long run, but eventually, the struggling music industry (and their own rapid expansion) caught up with them. Tower Records filed for bankruptcy in 2004, and again in 2006. All retail locations were closed by the end of 2006.

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