Welcome To Euclid Records St. Louis

Selling used and new music since 1981. You’ll be astounded by the gigantic selection of vinyl and CDs of every genre. We’re in St. Louis, but are loved worldwide.

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Euclid Records Records

We’re a record store with our own record label. See our catalog of new releases and killer reissues.

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Aaron’s Best Albums of 2023

Pile – All Fiction Bar italia – Tracy Denim Tim Hecker – No Highs The Armed – Perfect Saviors Paramore – This Is Why Catherine-Christer Hennix - Solo for Tamburium Sprain – The Lamb As Effigy… Billy Woods & Kenny Segal – Maps Geese – 3D Country Loma Prieta – Last...

Sweet Rain

In many ways Stan Getz was perfect. The handsome tenor saxophonist was possibly the most gifted musician of his era which began in the 1940s with Woody Herman’s Herd. Getz just always stood out with his Lester Young-influenced breathy feel and chops galore. A friend...

Classic Objects

Jenny Hval is an artist who wears many hats, and on Classic Objects it truly shows. Lyrically, the album is pure poetry that covers subjects such as life, death, marriage, the patriarchy, unresolved emotions, femininity, and what it means to make art. Musically,...

Or So It Seems

After Wire's amazing first trilogy of albums, it seemed somewhat clear that the band had started incorporating more left-field elements with 154 (clears throat: Possibly the most underrated post-punk album out there). In 1983, Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis of Wire...

Why Dontcha

With the recent passing of Jeff Beck, it got me thinking about rock supergroups, specifically because of his involvement in Beck, Bogert & Appice, which led my mind to West, Bruce & Laing's debut, Why Dontcha. Back in high school, I had a friend that was...

Step On Step

This collection of organ tunes by legendary record producer and songwriter Charles Stepney are equally as schlocky as they are beautiful. The album features a compilation of tunes culled from demos recorded from the late-1960s through the 1970s. The songs - along with...

This is a Photograph

This is a Photograph is Indie singer-songwriter Kevin Morby’s sixth album. Its indie folk-tinged predecessor, Sundowner, was a favorite around Euclid since it first hit stores and never stopped getting rotation as an in-store play. Personally, it made such an...

My Name Is Jermaine

In 1976, Jermaine was married to Berry Gordy’s daughter and his brothers left Motown for Epic. But Jermaine stayed loyal to Berry (see: marriage) and put out this overlooked soul dance & romance gem. He got a #19 R&B chart hit with the disco-licious “Let’s Be Young...

The Best of The Move

From 1965-72, The Move were huge in England, so most of the songs on this compilation were major chart hits. They were basically unknown in America except to countless bands inspired by them (like Cheap Trick). Writer (and heavy AF) bassist Roy Wood and drummer Bev...

What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?

Celebrate 50 years of Hip-Hop with a spin of Public Enemy's 2020 classic What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? This album perfectly ties together past, present and future with legendary artists past and present (incl. George Clinton, B-Real, Ice-T, Nas, Black...

About Euclid Records

A ST. LOUIS INSTITUTION SINCE 1981

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