September 5, 2023
Music News

Here is the full list of Record Store Day 2020 exclusive releases

Unless we’re all wiped out by the coronavirus over the next six weeks, music fans will descend on retailers for the 13th annual Record Store Day on Saturday, April 18.

Details of some of this year’s releases have leaked out before today, but we now have the full list of exclusives. (Here are all the participating Canadian stores.)

Here are some highlights:

  • Black Keys, Let’s Rock (2 x LP)
  • David Bowie, I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour ’74) LP
  • The Cure, Bloodflowers (2 x LP picture disc)
  • The Cure, Seventeen Seconds (Picture disc)
  • Billie Eilsh, Live at Third Man Records
  • Fleetwood Mac, The Alternate Rumors (Different takes from the Rumors sessions)
  • kd lang and The Reclines, Angel with a Lariat LP
  • Paul McCartney, McCartney (50th anniversary edition)
  • Modern English, “I Melt with You” 12-inch
  • Motorhead, “Ace of Spades”/”Dirty Love” 7-inch
  • My Chemical Roman, The Murder Scene LP
  • The Pogues, Live at the BBC 1984
  • Iggy Pop, Kiss My Blood (Live in Paris 1991) (3 x LP)
  • The Ramones, It’s Alive II (2 x LP)
  • The Replacements, The Complete Inconcerated Live (3 x LP)
  • The Rolling Stones, Let It Be (Limited collector’s edition) LP
  • The Strokes, The New Abnormal (On cassette. *Sigh*)
  • Teenage Head, “Drive In” 7-inch
  • Tegan and Sara, Tonight in the Dark We’re Seeing Colours LP
  • The Trews, No Time for Later (Limited edition) (2 x LP)
  • U2, “11 O’Clock Tick Tock” (40th anniversary edition) 12-inch transparent blue vinyl

See the whole Canadian list here.

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