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The time is always right to do what is right~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Black Friday for Music?

Apparently there is now a "Black Friday" for music, meaning that a new album by some artist will be on the shelves and there will probably be a mad rush to get it. Here are some artists releasing new albums on record for Record Store Day. Some strange new thing, I guess. These records will be on shelves on Nov.23

New Releases?

Beach Boys: 10'' vinyl with their first single along with most recent single
David Bowie: 12'' picture disc for 40th anniversary of the release of "Jean Genie"
Bob Dylan: Latest single, "Duquesne Whistle", from Tempest. Will be part of a 7'' vinyl release
Grateful Dead: Live at Winterland, made in May 1971. Available as two LP 180-gram vinyl release
Joan Jett: "Bad Reputation" reissued for Record Store Day on 180-gram clear vinyl. Included enhanced CD of "Bad Reputation" along with unreleased tracks
Nirvana: Incesticide reissued as 12'' vinyl for 20th anniversary
The Ramones: Joey Ramone's "Ya Know?" solo song will be issued as a limited edition package, with 40 minute DVD, full album, playabout 5'' green vinyl
Joe Strummer: "Live Action at Town Hall" comes from previously unknown 2002 benefit concert. It's known that his former Clash mate Mick Jones joined him for the song
The Rolling Stones: Self-titled EP will be available as 7'' vinyl for the first time since 1964. Includes "You Better Move On", "Poison Ivy", "Bye, Bye Johnny" and "Money"
Velvet Underground and Nico: Deliver a rare 1966 recording at Scepter Studios
Judas Priest: Screaming for Vengeance will arrive as 30th anniversary picture disc

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