Definition of record club in English:

record club

Syllabification: rec·ord club


An organization that sells selected audio recordings to members or subscribers, often from a mail-order catalog or online.
More example sentences
  • Nigel is about to start a record club based on the same principles as our relationship - for a fee, subscribers will be sent two CDs broadly of their taste every month, chosen by Nigel and the rest of the staff.
  • My dad's friends talked him into joining the Columbia record club and so records showed up at my trailer almost once a week making quite a collection by 77.
  • Plaintiffs suing Columbia House record club got nothing but a discount on future purchases.

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