A List of Exclusives for Record Store Day 2017 Has Hit the Internet

With the tenth annual Record Store Day about six weeks away–it’s Saturday, April 22–vinyl geeks are starting to get lathered up over what exclusives might be on offer. The Vinyl Factory found this list floating around the Interwebs. Here are some highlights. (A Fawlty Towers soundtrack? Gotta have it…)

Alice In Chains – What The Hell Have I/Get Born Again [2×7”] (gatefold, limited to 4000, indie-retail exclusive) 7″

Big Star – Complete Third: Vol. 3: Final Masters [LP] (slip cover box, booklet, limited to 2500, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – Hammersmith Odeon London ’75 [4LP] (150 Gram, first time on vinyl, numbered/limited to 3000, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Evan Dando – Baby I’m Bored [2LP+BOOK] (limited to 500, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Greg Graffin – Cold As The Clay [LP] (Metallic Gold Vinyl, first time on vinyl, limited to 1500, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Jimmy Page & The Black Crowes – Live At Jones Beach [10”] (150 Gram Marbled Black & White Vinyl, limited to 3000, indie-retail exclusive) 10″

Johnny Cash – The Johnny Cash Children’s Album [LP] (150 Gram, limited to 3000, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Kinks, The – All Day And All Of The Night [7”] (never available in the U.S., limited to 2500, indie-retail exclusive) 7″

Lumineers, The – Song Seeds [10”] (limited to 1500, indie-retail exclusive) 10″

Motorhead – Clean Your Clock [2LP] (Picture Disc, limited to 1500, indie-retail exclusive) LP

Pearl Jam – Pearl Jam State Of Love And Trust / Breath [7”] (limited to 5000, indie-retail exclusive) 7″

Pink Floyd – Interstellar Overdrive [12”] (180 Gram, previously unheard / unreleased recording from 1966, poster, postcard, limited to 4000, indie-retail exclusive) 12″

Sublime With Rome – Unreleased Demos 2017 [12”] (Colored Vinyl, hand-stamped, hand-numbered/limited to 1500, indie-retail exclusive) 12″

Various Artists – Fawlty Towers (Soundtrack) [LP] (Picture Disc, limited to 2000, indie-retail exclusive) LP

 

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3 thoughts on “A List of Exclusives for Record Store Day 2017 Has Hit the Internet

  • March 9, 2017 at 10:28 am
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    I found the list rather disappointing. Only interested in 2 items and 1 of them I know I won’t be able to afford.

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  • March 9, 2017 at 1:17 pm
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    the Fawlty Towers soundtrack?? how is that even a thought in someone’s head to re-release that? I can’t imagine there’s going to be a lot of demand for that one. I’ve watched the shows dozens of times and love it, but I wouldn’t dream of getting the soundtrack. I assume it’s just the theme song?

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  • March 10, 2017 at 11:08 am
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    I on the other hand found a number of wants on the list. Also David Bowie will have a couple of releases just announced on his social media pages.

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