Dig These 8 EXCLUSIVE Record Store Day Releases
We’re STOKED for Saturday and the superb tradition of supporting independent record stores. On Record Store Day, you'll find all sorts of great deals on records, merch, and memorabilia! But you'll also find exclusive releases to commemorate this holiday. Here are 8 exclusive releases you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for on April 22nd:
Red Hot Chili Peppers “Go Robot”
Snag this 12" Picture Disc featuring two unreleased, live RHCP tracks, Side A: "Go Robot" live in Paris and Side B: "Dreams of a Samurai" live in Madrid, Spain.
Rush “Cygnus X-1”
Score this 12" single featuring Side A: “Book I: The Voyage” and Side B: “Book II: Hemispheres,” marking the 40th anniversary of A Farewell To Kings and featuring brand new artwork by Hugh Syme.
Jane's Addiction "Been Caught Stealing"
This 12" remix version replicates the original European release and contains the album version and a remix of "Been Caught Stealing," plus "L.A. Medley," which includes "LA Woman" (The Doors), "Nausea" (X), and "Lexicon Devil" (The Germs).
Pearl Jam “State Of Love And Trust” / “Breath”
This 7" vinyl will be a Record Store Day exclusive with 5,000 available next Saturday. Both of these tracks will be on the 'Singles' soundtrack reissue next month as well!
Grateful Dead at the P.N.E. Garden Auditorium
The show took place in Vancouver, BC on 7/29/66, marking Grateful Dead's debut performance outside the US. Their complete July 29, 1966 performance will be released in a limited edition, 2-LP, 180 gram vinyl-set, with four bonus tracks.
Halestorm's ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP
This release will mark the first time these tracks have made it to vinyl, featuring covers of Soundgarden, Whitesnake, and Metallica on an exclusive Record Store Day picture disc.
Alice In Chains Get Born
This 45 RPM double 7” single will be available on vinyl for the first time, with “What the Hell Have I” and “A Little Bitter” off the soundtrack to Last Action Hero in 1993, and the first to feature Mike Inez who had been with Ozzy Osbourne for five years. The other two songs are “Get Born Again” and “Died,” which were released on the box set Music Bank in 1999, and among the band’s final work with Layne Staley.
Pink Floyd “Interstellar Overdrive”
A 12" vinyl, previously unreleased 14:57 minute recording from London in 1966, released in mono at 33 1/3 exclusively for Record Store Day - only 4,000 available!
This is LITERALLY the tip of the iceberg, folks. Check out the full list of releases and exclusives coming next Saturday to an independent record store near you!