record store day release


rizahmed - New #SwetShopBoys EP called #SufiLa releasing on vinyl 22nd April for Record Store Day 2017 #rsd17


Release Date: 4/22/2017
Format: 10" Vinyl
Label: Atlantic Catalog Group
Quantity: 5000
Release type: RSD Exclusive Release 

This Record Store Day release is a 10" featuring rare demos, live and early takes from Bella Donna and Wild Heart deluxe editions. Includes two key Stevie Nicks soundtrack cuts: “Blue Lamp” (from the Heavy Metal soundtrack) and “Sleeping Angel” (from the Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack). 

SIDE A: 01 Bella Donna (demo) 02 Edge of Seventeen (early take) 03 After The Glitter Fades (Live 1982) (Remastered) SIDE B: 01 Wild Heart (Session) 02 Blue Lamp (from Heavy Metal soundtrack) (Remastered) 03 Sleeping Angel (from the Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack) (Remastered)

Record Store Day 2017: Vinyl release for Diana’s 1980 Chic-produced album in the original (unreleased-at-the-time) Chic mix

Released in 1980, the Diana album was Diana Ross’ biggest selling album. It spawned the hit singles ‘Upside Down’, 'I’m Coming Out’ and 'My Old Piano’. However, on delivery to Motown the original tapes were deemed too 'far out’ by Ross and her usual engineering team, and a remix was given to make the record more commercial. For years, the original mix became something of a holy grail for both Diana Ross and CHIC fans. The mix was finally released as part of a CD deluxe edition in 2003, and now, for the first time, it’s getting released on vinyl. Pink vinyl

anonymous asked:

Hey Danielle, I hope you can help as I'm a little confused. Remember a Fleetwood Mac Tusk vinyl was released called In Concert, and then I think a separate Tusk release was made for Record Store Day, and then the remastered deluxe edition box set with several CD, and a vinyl came out. Are the songs on these releases the same or different? I don't have any of these products, so do you have a link to the music on them online? Thank you.

Hey anon, I’m going with my memory here, but I’m sure someone can add more information if I’m not totally accurate or miss something.

So, the “In Concert” vinyl has the same tracks from the live portion of the Deluxe release, the difference is that they are in CD format in the latter, and 180-gram vinyl in the former. (The “In Concert” vinyl is just so beautiful and has been on my wish list since its release.)

The record store day release contains the alternate versions of the Tusk album, the same ones from the Deluxe release, only they are 180 gram vinyl but in CD format when you buy the Deluxe package.

So, if you’re not a vinyl aficionado, buying the Deluxe box set will ensure you have everything that was made available in the other two special releases and more.

I don’t have a link, but most (all?) of the Tusk Deluxe stuff is available on spotify.

So we released that cover song from the Wedding Singer (my favorite movie, not joking) earlier this week, and it’s gotten a bunch of plays which is tight as hell, but we only ever had one true dream for this cover, and that is that the sandman himself, Adam Sandler, would hear this weird cover, and then somehow we would know that he’s heard it, etc. It doesn’t seem too farfetched this assume that through six degrees of separation one of the people who “likes” our page would be connected to him in some way… Can we make this happen? Is this a real thing? I don’t know maybe it’s crazy to feel like it can happen but I figured i’d put it out there, that in this crazy world we can make one person hear this stupid cover. Ok that’s it, regardless if he hears it or not, take a listen cause it’s a fun and funny cover, and a cool way to support Father/Daughter and other independent labels and artists!! <3

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From left to right we have Pulp’s young and iconic line up of Russell Senior, Candida Doyle, Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey, and Nick Banks featured on the front side of the download postcard that came with the 2015 Record Store Day re-release of Pulp’s Separations.

Johnny Marr - I Feel You (Depeche Mode Cover)

Johnny Marr is set to mark this year’s Record Store Day with a numbered limited edition 7” release of his interpretation of Depeche Mode’s 1993 classic ‘I Feel You’. Marr played the track live during the closing shows of last December’s North American tour. The single’s b-side is a live version of The Smiths’ ‘Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want’.

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Antichrist Superstar on cassette. This is the limited 20th anniversary edition released for Record Store Day 2016. Sealed.
Cat. number: INTC-90086
Original release date: October 8, 1996
This version: April 16, 2016 (Europe only, I think)


The White Stripes - The Complete John Peel Sessions BBC (Record Store Day 2016 release)