From Paper Plus: Kevin Crossley-Holland's Arthur: At the Crossing Places.
Robert Jordan's Crossroads of Twilight. Mainly because the books were sold in pairs and this was the most interesting other book there was. Might eventually get around to reading the whole series...
From New Galaxy: Peter S Beagle's The Folk of the Air.
From Real Groovy, I finally found some CDs I was interested in, these being: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Kicking Against The Pricks.
The Essential Mi-Sex.
Sneaky Feelings' Send You.
The Clash, Sandinista!
King Loser, Caul of the Outlaw.
And... believe it or not... a book. Martin Millar's Lonely Werewolf Girl. I've had my eye out for this book for a while (there's been a lot of good reviews of it) but I never expected to find it in a music shop...
From Zodiac: a pile of motor cycle magazines.
From a little junk shop near where the Hillside Book Exchange used to be, some more CDs: Nik Kershaw's Human Racing.
A-Ha's Hunting High and Low.
The Essential Heart (Terrorise your friends with GLAM ROCK!)
And from the first search through the 24-hour book sale itself: The Science of Middle-Earth.
The Oxford Book of Satirical Verse.
A.W. Reed's Maori Tales of Long Ago.
The Timetables of History.
Murray Ball's Stanley, 1982 annual.
The Observer's Book of Postage Stamps.
Ogden Nash's Versus.
Michael Moore's Stupid White Men.
Tom Holt's Djinn Rummy.
Jack London's White Fang.
Diana Wynne Jones' Dogsbody
J.G. Frazer's The Golden Bough.
Rose Estes' Master Wolf and The Price of Power.
Jennifer Robertson's Track of the White Wolf.
National Lampoon's Doon.
Villains! Who Needs Heroes Anyway?
Dave Duncan's The Destiny of the Sword.
A spare copy of Robin McKinley's The Blue Sword as it's a difficult book to find and I keep on recommending it to people and may eventually be "encouraged" to put my library where my mouth is...
The Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook
Tad Williams' The War of the Flowers.