Music aficionados know that walking between the bins of CDS and vinyl records at Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard is always bound to turn up something of interest, but Tuesday night took things to a whole new level, with the sales floor of the independent record store feeling like a fame-meets-fashion fever dream. In the center of the room, Red Hot Chili Pepper Anthony Kiedis elbows his way down a raised runway — past a vintage Super Mario pinball game — to talk to a model, Katy Perry, rocking a green, velvet turban, amicably chatted with a tangle of gray fringes that had swallowed Nicole Richie, and a postage-stamp-sized stage at the back of the store showcased the most eclectic duo of all time in the form of Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson.

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