This year’s edition of Record Store Day comes on April 16th, bringing with it a hodgepodge of exclusive releases for casual and diehard vinyl collectors alike. Today, RSD organizers revealed the complete list of records up for grabs. Ready your wallets, kids.
Among the notable releases:
— Two David Bowie picture discs will be released. One is a 15-inch single of “TVC” accompanied by a 2010 edit of “Wild is the Wind”. The second is a reissue of 1970’s The Man Who Sold the World featuring the original German artwork.
— A 12-inch of Bowie’s I Dig Everything – The Pye Years 1966 will also be released in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
— Mac DeMarco will release Another (Demo) One featuring 16 demos recorded in his bedroom.
— Run the Jewels will put out their own virtual reality viewer in advance of their upcoming “Crown” VR video.
— Bob Dylan will release a 7-inch of Melancholy Mood, an EP previously exclusive to Japan, accompanied by four tracks from his upcoming Fallen Angels album.
— Deftones will release B-Sides & Rarities, a double LP of non-album tracks and rare cuts collected and pressed onto gold vinyl.
— Outkast will re-release ATLiens track “Elevators Me & You” on “glow-in-the-dark” vinyl in celebration of the album’s 20th anniversary.
— Patti Smith will issue Horses Live Electric Lady Studios, a new live version of her classic 1975 album.
— alt-J will release Live at the Red Rocks as a double LP box set.
— Big Star’s reunion show Complete Columbia: Live at Missouri University 4/25/93 will be released as a double LP.
— Foals will release a 7-inch featuring “Rain” and a cover of Mark Ronson and Kevin Parker’s “Daffodils”.
— J Dilla’s long-lost vocal album The Diary will finally be released.
— Lush will collect reissues of their five albums into one box set called Origami.
— The Feelies will release Uncovered, a 12-inch featuring covers of Bob Dylan, The Doors, Patti Smith, and Neil Young.
— The Flaming Lips will put out an alternate mix of Cloud Tastes Metallic and an 8xLP box set titled Heady Nuggs Vol. II Studio Albums 2006-2012.
— Albert Hammond Jr.’s 2006 solo debut, Yours To Keep, will be issued on vinyl for the first time.