This shot is what remains of Record City located at the Southgate Mall in Chambersburg, PA. Back during my record buying days in the '80s, I frequented the Southgate Mall to go to the movies, buy books, mags, and D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) stuff at the book store, and, while there, I would always pop into Record City to see what they had. Record City wasn't a big store and it didn't have a great selection of music but it did have some cool stuff and it was always fun to pick through the bins to see what was there. I can remember picking up Iron Maiden's Killers album there as well as others over the years. I even bought my first (and only) studded leather bracelet at the store. Back in 7th grade ('82-'83), that was pretty cool!
Record City may not have been as good as Capital City Mall's Listening Booth (Camp Hill, PA) or Halfway's Waxie Maxie's (Hagerstown, MD). I don't remember it having the letter to price board (H = $6.99, I = $7.99, etc), import metal mags like Kerrang!, or frequent buyer program self-adhesive stickers but it still deserves to be remembered as a great independent record store. An almost extinct breed!