¡Que siga la fiesta!
Harmony House was our popular local music chain. Prices weren't always the best, but they were always lower than the mall-based Musicland stores we had in the area. (Towards the end of the 70s, they used to hold a Gran Prix sale, as the race was downtown on the Isle, and they put their entire stock on sale for a couple of weeks. It was not uncommon for me to buy a dozen or more titles during the sale.)We had two very large record stores in this area that had huge displays of LP's and they would have tons of the reduced albums as well as many bins of cutouts and I hit those very heavily in my younger days.
We only had maybe two Peaches stores in the area, but they introduced me to cutouts. Back then I didn't know what they were, other than records that were $0.99 or $1.99 and I could buy a lot of them. It was a cool, large store compared to what I was used to. I was sad when they closed up. In fact, I bought new copies of Whipped Cream and Going Places (on the white/silver label) during their closing sale, since all I'd had were my parents' beaten mono copies.