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Phone: (510) 276-8893

TollFree: (800) 350-8700

Toll Free: (800) 350-8700

  • Music CDs & Tapes
Payment method
mastercard, visa, discover
Music Stores
Other Information

Parking: Free, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average


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Provided by Citysearch - 

Without a doubt the most amazing selection of DVDs in the East Bay!! There are thousands of titles perfectly separated by genre. Each title has its own title card to make finding dvds easy. I am always impressed with the help I receive. Even if the employee has never heard of what I am looking for they will look it up and have even ordered titles I wanted they did not carry.
That is just the new section- The used section is as big as the new! As with any used selection, there will be good days and bad days. This Rasputin location never seems to fail me when I am looking for hard to find & out of print titles.
Sure they have music too. I read a previous review that stated the dvd section is getting bigger while the music section is getting smaller. That is true everywhere! Thanks to downloading & iPods you would have to be insane not to- or Tower, the Wherehouse, etc.
One of the most welcomed surprises I received when I first started shopping there was the price on the new titles. I always knew they had the best price on used but they are actually cheaper on many new titles than several other places I shop. If you are an avid film fan and want to walk into a store loaded with titles you won't find at any other store in the area- Rasputin is the place to go!


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Not Music To My Ears

This used to be an okay record store but recently they have begun to focus more on DVDs. The music section seems to get smaller every time I go there and their used CD selection seems to get worse and worse. They have also raised their prices on the used CDs. The employees are the same as they have always been, indifferent to the customers.

Parking can also be hard to come by on the weekends since they share the parking lot with a dozen other businesses.

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