Collective Soul - Disciplined Breakdown - RSD has been very good to Collective Soul fans so far. We had a colored vinyl copy of their debut and now we get a colored vinyl copy of their third album, Disciplined Breakdown. Born in the midst of a very messy breakup with the management, the album ended up being a hit regardless. This will be its first press since a very limited 1997 one, which runs around $500, so make sure to grab it!
5000 Pressed/Red Vinyl
Daughtry - Dearly Beloved - Daughtry has carved out a respectable space since his 4th place finish on American Idol, evidenced by Dearly Beloved, his sixth album. This came out last September, but is just now coming out on vinyl for RSD with two bonus tracks.
1800 Pressed/Teal & Purple Vinyl
My Morning Jacket - Live From RCA Studio A (Jim James Acoustic) - MMJ just released their ninth studio album, the self-titled My Morning Jacket, last year and are currently out on tour in support of it. This 7 song LP was recorded live at RCA Studio A in Nashville by singer/songwriter/guitarist Jim James. The acoustic versions of these 7 tracks should be a cool extra bonus to go with the album.
5000 Pressed/Black Vinyl
Pearl Jam - Live on Two Legs - Recorded live in 1998 during the bands summer tour for Yield, this 16 track live album documents a band in its prime.There’s a good representation of their first 5 records, minus Alive & Jeremy, and it sounds fantastic. This is one of the last PJ albums I need on vinyl, so I’m excited this is coming out finally. Comes in a gatefold jacket.
20600 Pressed/Clear Vinyl
Gerard Way - Hesitant Alien - Recorded in 2014 after the breakup of My Chemical Romance, Hesitant Alien is the first solo LP from lead singer Gerard Way. David McLaughlin from Rock Sound magazine stated that some of the songs from the album were some of the best Way has written to date, labeling the album as alternative rock. He also stated that it is nothing like the efforts made into the albums of My Chemical Romance.Jason Pettigrew from Alternative Press said: "Now in his late-30s, he’s going back to the things that turned him on, pretentious ’70s glam-rock, fractured ’80s post-punk and all the English sonic conventions of ’90s Britpop and shoegazer noise.”