April 18, 2015, is Record Store Day.

Vinyl enthusiasts tend to be very loyal to their favorite record stores. When you have your local shop, you know how the music is organized, which staffer can help you find that perfect single for your partner's birthday, which listening station's headphones are a bit busted in the left ear. Which means finding a hidden gem of a store can be just as exciting as combing through records to find that mint-condition, limited-edition album.

While some enthusiasts try to keep their favorite haunts a secret -- legendary punk record store Generation Records had only 76 reviews and Williamsburg's Rough Trade didn't even make the top 50 -- many people still take to Yelp to gush over their favorite stores. As it turns out, record collectors in California are much more eager to share reviews of their favorite stores than enthusiasts in New York.

To compile this list of the 50 most-reviewed record stores, International Business Times searched for the top 10 most-reviewed record stores on Yelp in the 30 largest metropolitan areas in the United States.

Click around on the map below to see the most-reviewed records stores in the country:

The Top 10 Most-Reviewed U.S. Record Stores on Yelp:

  1. Amoeba Music, Hollywood

    1282 reviews
    Hollywood, CA
  2. Amoeba Music, San Francisco

    1042 reviews
    The Haight, San Francisco
  3. Easy Street Records and Café

    325 reviews
    Junction, Seattle
  4. Rasputin Music

    243 reviews
    Union Square, San Francisco
  5. Waterloo Records & Video

    218 reviews
    Downtown Austin, Texas
  6. Reckless Records, Wicker Park

    196 reviews (as well as 160 reviews for the Lakeview location)
    Wicker Park, Chicago
  7. Twist & Shout

    163 reviews
    Denver, CO
  8. Newbury Comics

    161 reviews
    Back Bay, Boston
  9. Aquarius Records

    152 reviews
    Mission, San Francisco
  10. The Sound Garden

    151 reviews
    Baltimore, MD