Record Store Day Black Friday 2021 - The Best of The Rest Part 1
John Carpenter's Ghosts Of Mars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - John Carpenter recruited an unbelievable cast of musicians to record the soundtrack to this sci-fi horror film starring Ice Cube and Natasha Henstridge. Steve Vai, most of Anthrax, (including Scott Ian), Elliot Eason of The Cars, Buckethead and Robin Finck of NIN and Guns and Roses are among the featured players. This soundtrack is apocalyptic and an important mark in John Carpenter's unparalleled career as a Director/Composer. Released on “Red Planet” vinyl in conjunction with the film's 20th anniversary.
2200 Pressed/RSD Exclusive
Live in Stockholm [Order Now] - The first vinyl pressing of Ray’s historic performance in Stockholm in 1972. The live eight song set comes to record stores first for RSD Black Friday. Ray had so many hits and great songs, so this is a hard one to pass up.
2000 Pressed/RSD First
The First Mile of The Way [Order Now] - In celebration of Specialty Records' 75th anniversary, a new Sam Cooke compilation featuring tracks from his Specialty catalog focusing on his pop-leaning tracks plus the live recordings from the legendary 1955 Shrine Concert that have never been available on vinyl before. This 3 X 10" release in a triple-gatefold jacket, featuring replica flyers.
3400 Pressed/RSD Exclusive
LANA DEL REY
Chemtrails Over The Country Club [Order Now] - Sure this is already out and sure there are already other alternate covers and different vinyl colors available, but this has another cover and is translucent cobalt blue.
15000 Pressed/RSD Exclusive
No Time To Die [Order Now] - Side A is a live version of Billie’s theme song for the James Bond film No Time To Die, and Side B is a demo version that has never been released.
15000 PRessed/RSD Exclusive
DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES
Fall In Philadelphia: The Definitive Demos 1968-71 [Order Now] - Recorded in the throes of their Philadelphia folk-rock phase during the late ‘60s, this record is a collection of rare early recordings by Daryl Hall & John Oates, before their signing to Atlantic Records. Prior to releasing their debut album, Whole Oats,' these two composer-performers had sketched out a series of songs, several of which went on to become early Hall & Oates classics. A great piece of rock history showcasing that early Philly sound before Hall & Oates went on to become one of America’s greatest pop-rock duos.
1500 Pressed/RSD Exclulsive
Go check out Part 2 of this blog HERE