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In June 1976, with $700, Danny Beard and Harry DeMille opened Wax N Facts Records in Atlanta's Little Five Points area, an elderly blue-collar shopping district, long in decline. A natural foods co-op (Sevananda) and feminist bookstore (Charis) had already been heralds of change. In short order, Wax N Facts, became a storehouse of used records, offering the latest imported and domestic releases as a supplement. A typically eccentric ad for Wax N Facts appeared in a local alternative weekly in 1978, publicizing the store's "first ever last a fortnight, wherein all Eagle Scouts will receive a ten percent discount from our two dollar prices."


Right in the heart of L5P.