In an age of CDs and MP3s, shopping for old-fashioned records can be a frustrating business: many high-street music stores have simply relegated their LP offerings to the trash can. Luckily, a committed cadre of record-shop owners are still keeping the vinyl dream alive. Here's where to replenish your wax. VIENNA Tucked away in the Windmühlgasse, just behind the city's busy Mariahilferstrasse shopping street, lies an Aladdin's cave of audio treats. Teuchtler is crammed with more than 180,000 records—split between classical, jazz and pop—as well as some 40,000 old 78s. The store once sold a rare shellac...

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