Record Store Day

edited March 2012 in Other Music
Anyone know what is being released on Record Store Day this April 21st? All I could find was Buck Owens, The Knack, and Phish.
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  • UmbertotambaUmbertotamba Posts: 1,365
    There are a Horrible Crowes and Chuck Ragan 45's being released that day.
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  • Empty GlassEmpty Glass In Rob's shedPosts: 12,329
    search Record Stre Day or April 21. Someone had a list. I'm on the phone, so finding the link could be tedious. If I find it...I'll add it here
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  • PSUS2HPSUS2H USAPosts: 2,006
    Metallica Beyond Magnetic on Silver Vinyl
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  • KaylosKaylos Posts: 37
    I think the Mastodon/Fiest crossover singles are coming out that day.
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  • search Record Stre Day or April 21. Someone had a list. I'm on the phone, so finding the link could be tedious. If I find it...I'll add it here

    I can't find anything on their website.

    Thanks to all who responded.
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  • White DiscussionWhite Discussion Melissa TexasPosts: 2,789
    Don't know if you guys saw this but there is a record store app that will have all the info when available. Its on the app store at RSD Guide :)
  • Empty GlassEmpty Glass In Rob's shedPosts: 12,329
    search Record Stre Day or April 21. Someone had a list. I'm on the phone, so finding the link could be tedious. If I find it...I'll add it here

    I can't find anything on their website.

    Thanks to all who responded.


    Sorry, I meant search this forum using those key words.
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  • Empty GlassEmpty Glass In Rob's shedPosts: 12,329
    Don't know if you guys saw this but there is a record store app that will have all the info when available. Its on the app store at RSD Guide :)

    Nice find. Just downloaded it
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  • White DiscussionWhite Discussion Melissa TexasPosts: 2,789
    Thanks man for the link I have to get this :shock:. Mclusky Mclusky Do Dallas (colored vinyl LP)

  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 37,357
    Apparently this is this official record store day thread

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  • erocshiftyerocshifty Posts: 1,170
    PSUS2H wrote:
    Metallica Beyond Magnetic on Silver Vinyl


    FUCK YEAH!
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 37,357
    couldn't find the thread for this year so i'll just bump this one up. What did y'all get anything good? I got:

    Muppet Movie- 12' vinyl
    Veruca Salt, 10" vinyl
    Ramones- Meltdown With The Ramones, 10" vinyl
    OFF!- Learn To Obey, 7" vinyl
    Kings Of Leon- Wait For Me, 7" vinyl

    wanted but couldn't find:
    Nirvana- Pennyroyal Tea/I Hate Myself, 7" vinyl
    Soundgarden- Superunknown: The Singles Collection
    Foals- Live at Royal Albert Hall, 12" vinyl
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    8/28/98- Camden, NJ
    10/31/09- Philly
    5/21/10- NYC
    9/2/12- Philly, PA
    7/19/13- Wrigley
    10/19/13- Brooklyn, NY
    10/21/13- Philly, PA
    10/22/13- Philly, PA
    10/27/13- Baltimore, MD
    Tres Mts.- 3/23/11- Philly
    Eddie Vedder- 6/25/11- Philly
  • I was able to get:
    Dave Matthews Live Trax Volk 4
    Soundgarden Singles Box Set
    Spoon - Loveways
    The Doors - Weird scenes in the gold mine
    Foals - Live at Royal Albert Hall
    Mudhoney - Live On Top of the space Needle

    Good Day for me!

    I wanted but didn't get:
    Nirvana 7"
    Veruca Salt 7"

    Can't Complain!
  • iammine16iammine16 Vancouver, BCPosts: 746
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  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,970
    edited April 2014
    Got:
    Civil Wars
    Spoon
    Soundgarden (for a friend)

    Looking for:
    Mudhoney
    Dawes/Conor Oberst 7"
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  • Any good sites (besides eBay) for picking up releases online. There were a few that weren't available at the stores I went to this morning.
  • Foe40deesFoe40dees Posts: 98
    cake boxset. ramones. nirvana. frank zappa.
    muppets
    doc watson
    ghostbusters
    dap-dappin sharon jones
    mudhoney
    allman brothers
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  • False_BeliefFalse_Belief CardiffPosts: 717
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    LIVE ON TWO LEGS REISSUE CONFIRMED!!

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  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Posts: 5,367
    LIVE ON TWO LEGS REISSUE CONFIRMED!!

    Everything is being reissued. Very cool
  • FR181798FR181798 Posts: 2,059
    Not a lot on the list this year that interest me. LO2L just for collectors sake. Maybe the Pixies Coachella 2004 since Im passing on the new live boxset.
  • Attaway77Attaway77 Petoskey, MIPosts: 2,655
    I definitely want that Collective Soul, that's a great album and I like those guys. I have an original LO2L so that will be nice not to have to deal with that...
  • mfc2006mfc2006 HOU-->PDX-->KCPosts: 35,970
    PJ, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds & MMJ are on my list.
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  • jerparker20jerparker20 St. Paul, MNPosts: 2,258
    PJ and the Jazz Dispensary for sure, maybe the Darlene Love release and that’s it. 
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 26,132
    AIC, PJ, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck "Trio", Ray Charles. still looking through....
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 37,936
    Some interesting thoughts on RSD worth checking out:

    Record Store Day is harming, not helping, independent music shops like mine

    Rupert Morrison

    Supply chain chaos and a worldwide vinyl shortage means the annual event that once saved record shops from extinction has lost its way


    Even in the age of social distancing, Record Store Day survived during the pandemic. After the 2020 edition was cancelled – it was scheduled for what became the middle of the UK’s first lockdown – the organisers staged separate release “drops” later that year, and again in 2021. You may have seen eager shoppers queueing outside record shops of all sizes up and down the country, wearing face masks as well as the usual thick coats and scarves to brave the pre-opening hours chill; perhaps you saw an obligatory news puff piece about how “vinyl is back” as the David Bowie and Prince estates scraped together yet another previously unreleased artefact.

    This year, on 23 April, it’s a return to business as usual as record stores around the world celebrate the 15th annual Record Store Day (RSD) with help from Taylor Swift, its starriest ambassador yet (who’s releasing a seven-inch to mark the event). But what was once a shot in the arm for physical retail is now an albatross around the neck of the establishment it purports to help.

    I run an independent record shop that predates both RSD and the internet. In the early 2000s, when physical record shops were decimated thanks to the rise of illegal downloads, RSD pumped millions of pounds through tills and undoubtedly turned a new generation on to the world of physical music. RSD is a remarkable event and its early years should be remembered as the revolution they were.

    But 15 years is a long time in technology and retail. Peer-to-peer filesharing pre-empted the digital download and the streaming model. Plucky music blogs evolved into multimedia digital outlets. Even the most idiosyncratic physical record shops now reach a global audience via the internet. Record Store Day, meanwhile, hasn’t adapted to the modern realities of selling physical music.

    Critics have long derided the event’s penchant for novelty discs and lack of discerning curation. This year, RSD offers 411 new releases, a fact that should leave those in the physical music business seething. Thanks to Brexit and the pandemic, we simply can’t make enough records. There is an international shortage of the various components required in vinyl manufacture, as well as a backlog exacerbated by last year’s pop-heavy release schedule.

    The issue is not going away. Whereas vinyl would typically take 12 weeks to produce, we’re now looking at nine months for a short run of 12-inch vinyl. (Don’t even mention the shortage on coloured vinyl, the lifeblood of RSD.) New pressing plants opening in Middlesbrough and Gothenburg are cause for optimism, but even their added capacity pales compared with demand.

    And yet, these 411 records – among them, yep, four Bowie releases and one Prince – will be ready and awaiting sale on 23 April. When I first got a glimpse of the sheer scale of what was in production, I suggested on social media that the best thing for the whole record community would have been to take a year out. Inevitably, many people responded, “If you don’t like it, don’t take part.” But this is perhaps the greatest modern mistruth of RSD. Even shops that opt out altogether are suffering long term thanks to continued stock delays and shortages which are exacerbated by the RSD production schedule. The logistics of the celebration now affect every month of the year, riding roughshod over carefully planned campaigns.

    We have online customer pre-orders that were placed 12 months ago for albums that have been delayed so frequently that it feels futile to set a new hypothetical release date. The administrative ramifications are hugely consuming for shops and the economic impact for independent artists and labels is devastating. Instore tours – crucial for promotion and first-week sales – have been cancelled and rescheduled; artists are missing out on the chart positions they should expect; entire summer touring schedules are being scrapped because there is such uncertainty about when the physical product will materialise.

    The job of the record shop in its simplest terms is to sell records. We are part of a long established musical ecosystem and now, in no small part due to RSD, we are becoming ever more impeded in fulfilling our duties. Will there be shops to celebrate when the racks are threadbare and retail prices continue to rocket?

    I hope RSD can reconfigure itself as a genuine friend to record shops. The event needs to be postponed until these catastrophic production logjams are alleviated and the organisers must consult with shop owners about the best way to help them celebrate this unique culture in the future. It’s ironic that the other 364 days in the record shop calendar now play second fiddle to RSD.








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  • Of The AggieOf The Aggie The ATXPosts: 1,455
    I hope to be able to ge Collective Soul, The Cure and the LOTL, but I'm not holding my breath. It's harder and harder to get RSD things and I wish bands would just reissue this stuff regularly and make it available year-round. Most of RSD stuff is useless releases that like the article above says are taking pressing plant resources away from legitimate stuff.
  • Tim SimmonsTim Simmons Posts: 6,213
    on RSD
    Blur LP
    Frankie and the Witch Fingers LP
    Pinkpantheress LP(UK list)
    Taylor Swift 7"
    The Royal Tenenbaums LP


    PJ and Super Furry Animals from the June list.

  • MedozKMedozK TennesseePosts: 9,115
    This could be an expensive one for me
  • Tim SimmonsTim Simmons Posts: 6,213
    I read that article this morning and I agree. But IDK if taking 1 year off will alleviate much pressure. People are consuming records at double the rate they can produce them. We need more plants (IDK if PVC shortage is still an issue and it seems like lacquer wise, things are going well).  Also in theory, saying no to picture discs and junk releases seems like a good idea, but really, one persons junk is another's treasure. Maybe there are 2500 people out there that want a 2 LP set of TV theme songs and are happy to pay $45 for it. Every release is just as legitimate as any other.


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