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Louie Louie – Loja de Discos

Louie Louie opened its street store in Porto in 2004, at Rua do Almada, where it still stands today. It sells music in its various formats, like vinyl records, CD's / DVD's or cassettes, from the latest national and world market news to older titles. It is not restricted to one genre, counting in its catalogue the greatest commercial successes, but also lesser known titles. Louie Louie also buys CDs and vinyl records from their clients. It also has an online platform with thousands of titles in stock to order. For all this, Louie Louie has long been a reference to Porto music lover's.

Vinyl records, CD / DVD, T-Shirts & Merchandise

Monday to Saturday - 10:30 - 19:00



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Address:
Rua do Almada, 536

Postal Code:
4050-034

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222010384

Website:
http://www.louielouie.pt/

Email:
info@louielouie.com

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