Not every music junkie wants vinyl. You can't listen to it in the car, you can't put it on your iPod without buying extra equipment, and you have to flip it over after, like, 20 minutes. On the other hand, new CDs are too expensive. That's why used CDs just make sense to lots of casual music hoarders. And right now, the best place to stock up is Needmore Discs, a humble Shawnee store that's becoming more a part of the scene, thanks in part to its sponsoring of Boozeday Tuesdays at Mike's (the early 8 p.m., two-band show that's been a tremendous boon to early risers). Still more important than even that is Needmore's in-store support of local music, on display in the form of local band posters and, of course, CDs and other merch (saving the trouble of waiting for the band's next show). Not to leave vinyl mavens out, Needmore has grown its record inventory by a factor of three in the past year to meet demand. So while CDs themselves may not be old school, the way Needmore Discs runs its business sure is. Devil horns to that.