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Posted 11 February 2012 - 05:59 PM

As of 2/8:

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COMPACT DISCS

• Alice Donut 25th Anniversary 2CD + DVD


7” RECORDS


• Mastodon/Feist Split 7”
• David Bowie Starman Picture Disc 7” (featuring unreleased b-side with Top of Pops performance)
• J. Dilla featuring Common (E=MC2)
• Lydia Lunch Alison b/w Bad Way to Go
• Pinback Information Retrieved Part C. 7”
• Lemuria 2 track 7”
• Unrest Perfect Teeth 6x7” box set (Colored Vinyl w/24 page booklet)
• Gruesome Flowers 7" Part Two (Wake Covers)
• Craft Spells/Blouse split 7”
• Trouble in Mind 4 way split: TIM035: 2012 Record Store Day 4-way covers split 7-inch featuring: MIKAL CRONIN (I Enjoy Being A Boy ~ Banana Splits), APACHE DROPOUT (Cuddly Toy ~ Harry Nilsson), The PAPERHEAD (Stacey Grove ~ Tyrannosaurus Rex), & The LIMIÑANAS (Come Now ~ Troggs)
• Testors Together/Time is Mine
• Never To Be Forgotten – The Flipside Of Stax Records 1968-1974 (10 x 7" box w/100 page book)

• T. Rex Electric Sevens 7” Box Set:
o RECORD STORE DAY 2012 EXCLUSIVE: ELECTRIC SEVENS 7” SINGLES BOX SET

VINYL SINGLE ONE: HOT LOVE
A1: Hot Love - Single Version
B1: Unnamed Instrumental aka “A Lot Of Rubbish” (O/T) *
B2: Hot Love - no strings version

VINYL SINGLE TWO: GET IT ON
A1: Get It On single version
B1: Raw Ramp – London demo version *
B2: Get It On - acoustic demo*

VINYL SINGLE THREE: JEEPSTER
A1: Jeepster – single version
B1: Life's A Gas - electric demo (2.22) *
B2: Jeepster - electric demo (2.15)

VINYL SINGLE FOUR: BBC EP
A1:Sailors of the Highway (2:46) BBC Radio 1 Club – 3rd August 1971
B1:Girl (2:13) BBC Radio 1 Club –3rd August 1971
B2:Electric Boogie (1:47) BBC Radio 1 Club – 20th July 1971
Previously Unreleased *

SUNDAZED 7"s
• Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band~ “Double Single”
Record One: Diddy Wah Diddy b/w Who Do You Think You’re Fooling?
Record Two: Moonchild b/w Frying Pan
(uses the brown A&M records labels)

• Gene Clark~She’s The Kind of Girl b/w One In A Million
(uses the brown A&M labels)

• Dillard & Clark~Lying Down The Middle b/w Why Not?
(uses brown A&M labels)

• Blues Magoos E.P.~So I’m Wrong And You Are Right b/w People Had No Faces & Wild About My Lovin’
(uses brown Verve/Forecast labels)

• The Byrds~I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better b/w It’s No Use (alternate versions) on CLEAR BLUE VINYL
(uses a picture sleeve that mimics the “Mr. Tambourine Man” LP on White w/ Red Text “Columbia” Promo labels)

• Paul Revere & The Raiders~Ride Your Pony b/w (You’re A) Bad Girl on CLEAR RED VINYL
(uses White w/ Red Text ‘Columbia” Promo labels)

• The Blues Project~(Mose Allison’s) Parchman Farm b/w (Jimmy Reed’s) Bright Lights, Big City
(uses brown Verve/Forecast labels)

• The Chocolate Watch Band~Psychedelic Trip b/w In The Midnight Hour
(uses orange Tower Records labels)


10” RECORDS

• Pete Townshend/Who Quadraphenia Demos Pt 2 Numbered 10” (follow-up to Black Friday 10”)


12” RECORDS


• Battles Gloss Drop Remix 12” Part 4
• Abba Voulez-Vous (Extended Dance Remix) b/w If It Wasn't For The Nights (Glittler Blue Vinyl 180g 12", limited to 4000 copies, each numbered)


LP RECORDS:


• Flaming Lips Collaboration LP (Bon Iver, Ke$ha, Nick Cave, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Plastic Ono Band, Neon Indian, Erykah Badu, etc.)
• 311 Music 2LP
• Smashing Pumpkins Pisces Iscariot
• Dio Picture Disc
• Rainbow Long Live Rock N Roll—Picture Disc
• Dinosaur Jr. Electronic Anthology Project (500 Copies—Purple Vinyl)
• Dr. John “Locked Down” LP featuring Dan Auerbach
• Iggy & The Stooges (Live @ All Tomorrow Parties Sept 2010) Picture Disc (1000 copies, each numbered)
• Brendon Benson What Kind of World
• Widespread Panic Best of Wood Tour LIVE LP + 3DVD
• Lee Hazelwood--The LHI years--Singles, Nudes & Backsides 2LP

BOX SETS:

• David Lynch Foundation—Download for Good 4LP Box Set (2500 worldwide)
• Cleaners From Venus/Martin Newell 4xLP box (500 only)
• Medicine (Band) 5xLP +cassette box. (500 Only)
• The Wake "Here Comes Everybody+'83-87 Singles/EP's" 2xLP box. (500 only)
• Amon Tobin 6x10”/7xCD/2xDVD deluxe box


VARIOUS ARTISTS COMPLIATIONS:

• WTNG 89.9FM Solid Bronze (Numero Group)


YET TO BE ANNOUNCED/SEARCHING FOR MORE INFO:

• Merge Records has 4 items coming, yet to find out what they are
• Dine Alone Records (Canada label with City & Colour and Alexisonfire) has 4 releases planned
• Saddle Creek has several 7”s planned including 1 by The Mynabirds
• Omnivore Recordings is doing a release or two (They did the Big Star Test Press Box last year)
• Vanguard should have at least 4 items…waiting to confirm.



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Posted 12 February 2012 - 09:37 AM

pretty much only care about the Flaming Lips lp.  I haven't heard any of the collaborations yet.

the saddle creek 7"s are interesting


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Posted 12 February 2012 - 09:43 AM

View Postnomorecrackpipes, on February 11, 2012, 5:59 pm, said:

• Dine Alone Records (Canada label with City & Colour and Alexisonfire) has 4 releases planned
I'm guessing you'll see something from Monster Truck here. They're a pretty great band from Hamilton that's getting big quickly. Saw them open for The Sheepdogs back in December and ended up buying both their EP's...Dine Alone has also really been plugging them on their social media accounts.


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Posted 12 February 2012 - 03:47 PM

View Postbathroommonkey, on February 12, 2012, 9:37 am, said:

pretty much only care about the Flaming Lips lp.  I haven't heard any of the collaborations yet.

the saddle creek 7"s are interesting

Shit like this pisses me off.  I worked my ass off last year to find as many of those 12" singles as I could 15-20 bucks at a time and now they put them out on one comp LP.  Third Man did this and it pissed me off too.

Dino Jr 500 purple vinyl sets is by far and away the best thing on this list at this point.


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Posted 12 February 2012 - 08:35 PM

View Postbathroommonkey, on February 12, 2012, 8:37 am, said:

pretty much only care about the Flaming Lips lp.  I haven't heard any of the collaborations yet.

the saddle creek 7"s are interesting

Have to say the Lips are the only thing catching my eye, too.


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Posted 16 February 2012 - 05:16 PM

Phish 'Junta' Deluxe 3-LP Vinyl Available For Record Store Day

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This LE Deluxe 3-LP vinyl set is limited to 5,000 individually numbered copies. Junta was recorded at Euphoria Sound Studios in Revere, Massachusetts in 1987 and 1988 on 16-track 2" tape and was mixed to 1/4" stereo reels. In addition to writing and performing all the music, the band produced the album themselves.
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2,500 of the Junta Deluxe 3-LP sets will include a brand new Limited Edition hand-carved, hand-printed linolium block poster by Jim Pollock, created exclusively for this release. These editions will be distributed randomly at participating independently owned record stores across the country, but will be clearly marked.



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Posted 19 February 2012 - 11:29 AM

I have no interest in that Phish release other than taking someone else to the cleaners.


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Posted 02 March 2012 - 09:40 AM

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Ryan Adams: “Heartbreak a Stranger” b/w “Black Sheets Of Rain” – 2,500 Copies, Colored Vinyl. This pair of Bob Mould covers were recorded back in the fall at a tribute concert in Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Hall. A decent fan-shot video of the A-side performance hit the web at that time, in addition to Adams’ take on the B-side for a Letterman webcast, but this will be a great chance to revisit a few nods to one of Adams’ heroes as an official recording in the spring.
Sufjan Stevens / Rosie Thomas: Hit & Run Volume 1 – Split 7″ -  “Where Were You” b/w “Here I Am” Sufjan’s muse is keeping busy of late, as he’ll follow up two 2010 releases with this year’s collaborative Beak & Claw EP and a split single alongside longtime collaborator Rosie Thomas.

Joey Ramone: “Rock & Roll Is the Answer” b/w “There’s Got To Be More To Life” Our first taste of Joey Ramone’s posthumous sophomore solo LP, Ya Know?, will arrive in the form of these two demos pressed on 7″ vinyl.

The Mynah Birds: “It’s My Time” b/w “Go On and Cry” At first glance, you might think this was a typo meant to read “The Mynabirds” (an excellent indie-rock bandperforming at our Waynestock party this year). They have a Record Store Day release coming, too, but this is a bit more rare of a sighting: The Mynah Birds were a short-lived mid-’60s group starring none other than a young Neil Young and an even younger Rick James. Back in 1965, they recorded tracks for Motown that never saw an official release, but it looks like they’ll finally reach our turntables this spring. We took a Mynah Birds bootleg for a spin last year.

Regina Spektor: “The Prayer Of François Villon” b/w “Old Jacket” 7″ – If Spektor’s promising new Mike Elizondo-produced single is any indication, these two traditional Russian folk songs should find the Soviet Kitsch songwriter in top form.

Bonnie “Prince” Billy: “Hummingbird” (Leon Russell cover) b/w “Tribulations” (E.C. Ball Cover) & “Because of Your Eyes” (Merle Haggard Cover / Solo Version) A fine addition to the collection of any Will Oldham completist.

David Bowie: “Starman” Picture Disc 7” feat. “The Jean Genie” Live on Top of the Pops This previously unreleased B-side surfaced back in December after a retired cameraman unearthed a reel of film thought to be lost by the BBC. Check out the videohere.

Flaming Lips Collaborative LP: It will be very impressive if the Flaming Lips have actually pulled this feat off in time for Record Store Day, but here’s hoping they did, as their list of previously-recorded and hopeful guests includes Bon Iver, Ke$ha, Nick Cave, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Plastic Ono Band, Neon Indian, Erykah Badu, and more.

Although interesting, I bet the Mynah Birds (ie Neil Young) sounds like garbage.


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Posted 05 March 2012 - 10:09 AM

Merge Records:

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Arcade Fire will release a special edition 12" with remixes of Suburbs album cuts "Sprawl II" and "Ready to Start"...

Booo.

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The label is also pressing Destroyer's 2006 opus Destroyer's Rubies on vinyl for the first time in the U.S. It features bonus track "Loscil's Rubies", a 20-minute long bonus song remixed by Scott Morgan...

Not bad.

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Two weeks after the release of new album A Wasteland Companion, M. Ward's Record Store Day 7" includes one song from that album, "Primitive Girl", and two B-sides: "Roll Over Beethoven", a cover of the Chuck Berry classic, and "The Twist", which is not a cover.


Finally, the label will release Richard Buckner's first-ever 7", "Willow" b/w "Lost". It also comes with an exclusive downloadable cover of the Cars' "Candy-O".

Ok, but probably won't buy.


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 05:08 PM

Some more:



The Black Keys: El Camino (Deluxe vinyl album)
A stunning and highly collectible deluxe vinyl issue of the critically acclaimed 2011 album from The Black Keys. Cut for vinyl from the master tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed at Pallas for sonic perfection. This album will never sound or look better. This RSD exclusive package also contains a bonus CD, a limited edition poster, and a two song 45 rpm 7″ single featuring previously unreleased live tracks:“Sister” and “Money Maker.”
Gary Clark Jr.: Gary Clark Jr. Presents HWUL Cuts Vol. I (12″ vinyl single)
A RSD exclusive contains two previously unreleased live tracks, “If You Love Me Like You Say” and “Bright Lights” capture over twenty minutes of music from one of the most anticipated guitar players in music today. This first-ever vinyl release from Clark is sure to be sought out by fans and collectors alike. Cut at 45 rpm by Bernie Grundman Mastering for the very best in analog sound quality and presentation.
Eric Clapton: Blues (Deluxe Vinyl Album Box Set)
Released to critical acclaim leading up to RSD’s Back To Black Friday 2011, this limited edition box set is close to selling out.  The set includes all three of Eric Clapton’s seminal blues albums, From The Cradle, Riding With The King (with B.B. King) andMe And Mr. Johnson, remastered from original source material for vinyl.  First time vinyl versions of these albums afford the listener an absolutely stellar new audio experience. With little more than 1,000 box sets left it’s time to get your hands on this audiophile treasure.
Common: The Dreamer/The Believer (12″ vinyl album)
A limited edition offering featuring exclusive album art of Common’s ninth studio album for Record Store Day. The Dreamer/The Believer reunites Common with producer No. I.D., who produced the rapper’s most acclaimed CDs. Robust tracks revere and update the past, such as the retro-soul, Curtis Mayfield-influenced “Lovin’ I Lost” and tremulously beautiful “Gold.”
Wilco / Billy Bragg: Mermaid Avenue: The Complete Sessions (3 CD and 1 DVD)
On April 21, 2012 Nonesuch releases Mermaid Avenue: The Complete Sessions, which includes: Mermaid Avenue; Mermaid Avenue Vol. II  (re-mastered); Mermaid Avenue Vol. III, comprising 17 previously unreleased recordings made during theMermaid Avenue sessions; director Kim Hopkins’ 1999 film Man in the Sand, which documents those sessions; and a 48-page booklet with new liner notes by Nora Guthrie, full lyrics, archival photographs, and facsimiles of lyric sheets and sketches by Woody Guthrie.
Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr.: We Almost Lost Detroit EP (12″ vinyl EP)
A Record Store Day exclusive containing three remixes and three covers, including Madonna’s “Like A Prayer,” “I Think Of You” by Sixto Rodriguez (both exclusive to this release only) and the memorable Gil Scott Heron cover “We Almost Lost Detroit” from their debut album IT’S A CORPORATE WORLD and remixes by Stepdad, Phantasmagoria, and Chuck Daniels. This six-song single disc is cut at 45 rpm by Bernie Grundman Mastering.
Disturbed: The Collection (Vinyl Album Box Set)
We are proud to announce the definitive Disturbed vinyl box-set edition, THE COLLECTION. A five-album, six-disc offering of the band’s complete studio album discography featuring The Sickness (2000), Believe (2002), Ten Thousand Fists(2005), Indestructible (2008), and Asylum (2010). A career retrospective spanning ten years and 18 Billboard Top 100 hits of sophisticated and life-altering heavy music. For this box set, each album has been carefully mastered and pressed on 140-gram vinyl for the very best in audio quality. Each album has been meticulously showcased in a stunning art presentation that is unique and exclusive to this release. This is a limited edition box of only 2500 units worldwide.
Dr. John: Locked Down (Vinyl album)
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted boogie and blues pianist with an inimitablegrowl of a voice, Dr. John’s most enduring achievements have fused New Orleans R&B, rock, and the Mardi Gras party spiritto come up with his own brand of “voodoo” music. Dr. John’s new album, Locked Down (due April 3rd), is a bold statementproduced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and will be Dr. John’s first for Nonesuch Records.
Fleetwood Mac: Fleetwood Mac (Deluxe and Standard vinyl editions)
What can be said about this classic album that has not been said before? Originally released in 1975 and representing not only a rebirth of the band, with the edition of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, but really a second debut for a group firmly rooted in the rock genre, now reinventing themselves into a pop rock force in a way that few other artists can lay claim to. The album includes the iconic songs“Rhiannon,” “Say You Love Me,” and “Over My Head.” Cut for vinyl at Bernie Grundman Mastering from the original analog tapes and pressed in both 33 rpm and 45 rpm for the very best in audio presentation. A collectible and definitive version for any generation.
Jeff The Brotherhood: Upstairs at United Vol. 3 (12″ vinyl EP)  This release is a 3 song EP of JEFF The Brotherhood as a 5 piece band (recorded live to tape) performing “Master Of The Universe” by Hawkwind (from the album of the same name), a brain-melting new track called “In Space, Nobody Can Hear You Scream”plus a reprised  ”cover” of  “I’m A Freak.” Pressed at 45rpm for greater sonic impact at United Record Pressing and distributed by URP Music Distributors and 453 Music. You have no idea what you’re in for…
Kimbra: Settle Down (Deluxe CD EP)
International newcomer Kimbra’s digital EP is being re-released as a physical CD just in time for RSD and her tour with Gotye. The five-song release, which now includes the sultry “Good Intent,” also features title track “Settle Down” as well as a remix of“Cameo Lover”.
Metallica: Beyond Magnetic (12″ color vinyl EP)
Beyond Magnetic consists of four outtakes from the 2008 Death Magnetic sessions and is available for the first time on silver vinyl just for RSD. A potent and exceptionally well-produced example of Metallica’s most recent work, which can hold its own with anything within their vast heavy music cannon. Previously unreleased on vinyl and includes a limited edition Metallica sticker.
Mastodon / Feist ”A Commotion”/ “Black Tongue” (7″ vinyl single)
A very exclusive and highly anticipated RSD pressing features Mastodon covering the Feist song “A Commotion,” while Feist covers Mastodon’s “Black Tongue.” A unique and highly buzzed-about Record Store Day prize
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stadium Arcadium (Deluxe 180 Gram vinyl Box Set)
On April 14, 2012, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and to commemorate this historic event, this classic Deluxe box set of the band’s first number one album will be specially priced for Record Store Day.  The Deluxe package was mastered for vinyl by Steve Hoffman and includes two 16-page booklets - “Jupiter” and “Mars.”  The Red Hot Chili Peppers won four Grammy®Awards for Stadium Arcadium including: Best Rock Album, Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package in addition to Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group for their chart-topping, record-breaking single “Dani California.”
Ximena Sarinana: Maps / La Llorona (7″ vinyl single)
A two-song 7″ from an exceptionally original and emerging artist, featuring two audio tracks: “Maps” (a Yeah Yeah Yeah’s cover) from Rolling Stone Live and “La Llorona”(a Latin America folk song) from KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic.”  A special release to celebrate her Coachella 2012 appearance.
Regina Spektor:  “The Prayer of François Villon (Molitva)”/ “Old Jacket (Stariy Pedjak)” (7″ color vinyl single)
A RSD exclusive features two b-sides from Regina’s upcoming album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, due in May. This single on white vinyl, mastered by Bob Ludwig, features two songs originally penned by Russian Poet/Musician Bulat Okudzhava, and are performed completely in Russian.
Tegan and Sara: Get Along (12″ color vinyl album)
A Record Store Day exclusive – never before on vinyl.  Featuring music from the 2011Get Along release, comprised of 15 favorites like “Alligator,” “Call It Off,” “Monday Monday Monday,” and “Sentimental Tune.” This single live disc, pressed on 12″ white vinyl, finds the duo waltzing through its 15-year career with the kind of ease and amiable confidence that can only come from longtime friends who also happen to be siblings.
Side by Side 2012 Series:
A continuation of the well-received Warner Bros Records “Side by Side” series, which was initially introduced in 2011. All are exclusive for Record Store Day on uniquely colored and extremely limited edition 7″ vinyl singles, featuring Warner artists covering other historic and personally influential iconic artists. This year’s series includes:
The Flaming Lips / Mastodon: “A Spoonful Weighs A Ton” (7″ baby pink vinyl single)
The mighty Mastodon faithfully covers the Lips classic “Spoonful Weighs a Ton,” fromThe Soft Bulletin album. Ferociously beautiful!
Sara Watkins(Featuring Fiona Apple) / The Everly Brothers:
“You’re The One I Love” (7″ olive green with blue/black splatter vinyl single)
Sara Watkins covers The Everly Brothers classic “You’re The One I Love” and features co-vocals from a very special guest, Fiona Apple. From Sara’s new full-length album, Sun Midnight Sun, available later this spring.
Michael Bublé / Ray Charles: Georgia On My Mind(7″ Georgia Peach vinyl single)
Michael Bublé’s first ever 7″ vinyl release featuring a cover of Ray Charles’ classic“Georgia On
My Mind” on “Georgia Peach” colored vinyl.
Carolina Chocolate Drops / Run-DMC: “You Be Illin’” (7″ Coke-bottle green vinyl single)
The Run-DMC classic rendered in an entirely new way by old-time string band the Carolina Chocolate Drops. The Drops’ version was recorded at the same sessions as their February 2012 release Leaving Eden, which was produced by Nashville legend Buddy Miller.
MC5 / Afrika Bambaataa:  ”Kick Out the Jams” (7″ White with red splatter vinyl single)
The incendiary original coupled with a cover version from the pioneer of The Electro Funk Sound.
Otis Redding / Aretha Franklin: “Respect” (7″ gold vinyl single)
The seminal classics meet for the first time together on vinyl.


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Posted 10 March 2012 - 05:40 PM

"Record Store Day is just around the corner, specifically April 21st and here's what Third Man Records will have available this year.

The White Stripes
Hand Springs w/ Red Death at 6:14
Limited to red/black swirl vinyl for Record Store Day

Continuing in the mission of reissuing the nuggets of the White Stripes’ back catalog, Third Man plays Dr. Frankenstein/matchmaker to two stand-alone songs from the high time of the year 2000. “Handsprings” was originally released as a split-single with the Dirtbombs and included free in issue #19 of Multiball magazine. “Red Death at 6:14” was initially released on the Jack White-produced compilation “Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit” and was later made available as a one-sided single from the folks at MOJO magazine. Both songs are quintessential White Stripes jams and finally pairing them together here makes (arguably) one of the best Stripes singles ever.

TMR-142
Karen Elson
Milk and Honey b/w Winter’s Going
Limited to milk and honey colored vinyl for Record Store Day

Karen Elson delivers a haunting version of the Jackson C. Frank gem “Milk and Honey” that brims with atmosphere and undeniable feeling. The b-side is a trucking version of Bonnie Dobson’s “Winter’s Going” that warms to the core. Another direct hit from Miss Elson."


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Posted 11 March 2012 - 08:33 AM

View Postpj101ca, on 10 March 2012 - 05:40 PM, said:

"Record Store Day is just around the corner, specifically April 21st and here's what Third Man Records will have available this year.

The White Stripes
Hand Springs w/ Red Death at 6:14
Limited to red/black swirl vinyl for Record Store Day

Continuing in the mission of reissuing the nuggets of the White Stripes’ back catalog, Third Man plays Dr. Frankenstein/matchmaker to two stand-alone songs from the high time of the year 2000. “Handsprings” was originally released as a split-single with the Dirtbombs and included free in issue #19 of Multiball magazine. “Red Death at 6:14” was initially released on the Jack White-produced compilation “Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit” and was later made available as a one-sided single from the folks at MOJO magazine. Both songs are quintessential White Stripes jams and finally pairing them together here makes (arguably) one of the best Stripes singles ever.

TMR-142
Karen Elson
Milk and Honey b/w Winter’s Going
Limited to milk and honey colored vinyl for Record Store Day

Karen Elson delivers a haunting version of the Jackson C. Frank gem “Milk and Honey” that brims with atmosphere and undeniable feeling. The b-side is a trucking version of Bonnie Dobson’s “Winter’s Going” that warms to the core. Another direct hit from Miss Elson."

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 10:05 PM

I don't care if it's not cool to like them, but so far the Black Keys release is the only thing I want to own. I plan on picking up the WS and Phish just to flip. I never flip.  I want in on some flapjacks. (Though if I can get an extra and nanook doesn't get one at all, the WS is his at original cost - just 'cause.)


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Posted 14 March 2012 - 10:36 PM

i didn't know it wasn't cool to like the Black Keys.  i've just never "got" them.


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Posted 15 March 2012 - 07:03 AM

View PostNaiS, on 14 March 2012 - 10:05 PM, said:

I don't care if it's not cool to like them, but so far the Black Keys release is the only thing I want to own. I plan on picking up the WS and Phish just to flip. I never flip.  I want in on some flapjacks. (Though if I can get an extra and nanook doesn't get one at all, the WS is his at original cost - just 'cause.)

Wow.  Thanks!





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