Introducing Dumb Records “Deals of the Day”


We are trying something new to adapt to these times that we are in. With our physical store being closed for what is looking at least another month if not more due to COVID-19, we are depending on online sales to make sure that our business can survive this pandemic.

We have been selling and have over 5,000 items listed on our Discogs page. And now we want to mix things up a little bit by offering some “Deals of the Day” – where we are going to pick out five featured records a day to offer at discounted prices on a first come first serve basis! We’ll just take the description from today off of our facebook page:

We are offering reduced prices on these five featured records TODAY ONLY (3/30). First come first serve. We are offering FREE shipping to customers in Springfield, or $4 shipping anywhere else in the USA. Payment has to be done in advance through PayPal ( or CashApp ($DumbRecords)

1. Tame Impala “Currents” (new) – $26
2. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds “Ghosteen (new) – $26
3. Kate Bush “Never For Ever” (used, NM/VG+) – $14
4. Jeff Beck & The Yardbirds “Shapes of Things” (used, VG+/VG+) – $8
5. The Beach Boys “Endless Summer” (used, VG+/VG) – $11

This is good for today only, if this ends up being a fun lil’ thing, we’ll pick five more records tomorrow!

Right now all of those are still available EXCEPT for the Tame Impala record. You can keep checking our facebook page, and also instagram stories for new daily deals.

Marble Teeth: “Park”


Happy Monday everyone, today we are bringing you a brand new album from Park! Oh, wait… no, this is a brand new album from Decatur-based project Marble Teeth called Park! Haha! You can check out that eight-track album streaming on the player embedded below. Also head on over to the Marble Teeth bandcamp page to purchase the download of the album, or check out his earlier releases.

Marble Teeth doesn’t have any shows lined up as far as we know because there are no shows happening in the world right now. Heck, we are gonna add this one to our Springfield album archive page even though this is from Decatur.