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Record Store Day 2023 is tomorrow. The full list of releases is here.

Record Store Day, the annual celebration of all things vinyl and the indie record store’s biggest day, is coming up as usual on the third Saturday in April. Here’s a partial list of what you can hunt for this year. Here is the full Canadian list. And if you’re looking for the nearest participating stores, go here.

  • Sum 41, Chuck, 2 x LP
  • Our Lady Peace, Collected Works 1994-2022, 2 x LP clear 180g vinyl
  • Envy of None, S/T, picture disc
  • 54-40, Smilin’ Buddha Cafe, 1 x LP 180g coloured vinyl
  • Junkhouse, Strays, 2 x 12 180g coloured vinyl
  • Harlequin, Victim of a Song, 1 x LP 180g coloured vinyl
  • Broken Social Scene, You Forgot It in People (10th anniversary edition), 2 x LP
  • Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet Record Store Day edition, LP
  • Stevie Nicks, Bella Donna Live 1981, 1 x LP 180g black vinyl
  • Blur, Blur Present the Special Collectors Edition, 2 x LP
  • Elton John, Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the Piano Player, 2 x coloured LP (“splattered propeller”)
  • Pearl Jam, Give Way, 2 x LP and 1 x CD
  • Tori Amos, Little Earthquakes: The B-side, 1 x LP
  • The Black Keys, Live at Beachland Tavern March 21, 2022, 1 x LP
  • Motorhead, The Lost Tapes, 2 x coloured LP
  • U2, New Year’s Day 40th anniversary, 12″ EP
  • The Ramones, Pleasant Dreams (The New York Mixes), 1 x 140g yellow LP
  • The Cure, Show (2023 remaster), 2 x LP
  • Sisters of Mercy, The Reptile House, 1 x “smokey vinyl” LP

There’s a lot more. Go here for the full list. Happy record shopping.

BONUS: Want to read more about Record Store Day? Go here and here.

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