Welcome to our website. Here you will find just a taste of what we are all about. Hopefully, you’ll like what you see and get yourself down to 98 Fore Street, Exeter in sunny Devon and pay Rooster Records a visit. If you’re into quality new & used vinyl LP, 12" and 7" records covering all genres with a fascinating array of CDs and music DVDs, then we have one of the largest selections in the South West. 
With over 75,000 items in stock, it’s a veritable treasure trove of goodies, many of which are imported from the four corners of the globe. And, if we don’t have that elusive vinyl record or CD gem that you’ve been looking for, there’s a fair chance we can obtain a copy using our extensive network of suppliers. We're always buying incredible vinyl collections and unearthing amazing rarities, and our stock is constantly changing. So, come and see us here in our little record heaven! 
Hi, from Jaimie, 
Rooster Records first opened it doors in early December 1995. At that time we were located in Taunton, Somerset where we built up a loyal customer base and traded successfully until the end of 2007 when our lease expired. However, owing to vastly increased stock levels and the need for expansion we sought larger premises and decided to move the business to Exeter, Devon where we opened in November 2006 and continue trading successfully to date. 

Opening Hours 

Monday: 10:30am - 5:00pm 
Tuesday: CLOSED 
Wednesday: CLOSED 
Thursday: 10:30am - 5:00pm 
Friday: 10:30am - 5:00pm 
Saturday: 10:30am - 5:00pm 
Sunday : Don't even think about it! 

 How To Find Us  

We're easy to find being only a minute or two walk from the City centre. Basically, if you’re standing in the main High Street area, then start walking along the main drag in a westerly direction until you come upon a steep hill which is Fore Street. 
We are the fourth shop down on the left-hand side opposite the Mint Methodist Church. If you reach the Exonian pub then you’ve gone slightly too far. Mind you, they do serve a good pint! 
If you’re in the car then perhaps it would be better to click on the link below to access a map of Exeter. The various one-way streets and pedestrian areas can get a little confusing! 
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