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John Thominet, owner of Rainbow Records in Barrington, sports a Beatles shirt.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

John Thominet visits with a customer in his Barrington record shop.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

Records are always spinning at Rainbow Records in Barrington.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

John Thominet owns Rainbow Records in Barrington, a largely-undiscovered record store.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

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Rows and rows of records dominate the landscape at Rainbow Records in Barrington.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

Owner John Thominet at Rainbow Records in Barrington says nothing beats vinyl when listening to music.

Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

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John Thominet is a true vinyl junkie. Since his first purchase of "Surfin' Safari" by The Beach Boys as a 9-year-old, he's been hopelessly hooked on wax tracks. His Rainbow Records store in Barrington is jam-packed with thousands of LPs, new and used, a veritable candy store for record addicts.
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    • John Thominet, owner of Rainbow Records in Barrington, sports a Beatles shirt.
    •  John Thominet visits with a customer in his Barrington record shop.
    •  Records are always spinning at Rainbow Records in Barrington.
    •  John Thominet owns Rainbow Records in Barrington, a largely-undiscovered record store.
    •  Rows and rows of records dominate the landscape at Rainbow Records in Barrington.
    •  Owner John Thominet at Rainbow Records in Barrington says nothing beats vinyl when listening to music.
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