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Today is Record Store Day Part 2

In the Before Times, Record Store Day was held on the third Saturday in April. COVID-19 killed that idea, so the event was reimagined as three different days. The second is today.

There are hundreds of participating stores across Canada. And there’s some interesting product up for grabs. For example:

  • Dinosaur J, Swedish Fist (Live in Stockholm): LP x 1000 copies available
  • Fleetwood Mac, The Alternate Rumours (demos and such): 2 LPs x 16,000 copies
  • Grouplove, Broken Angel picture disc: 12-inch vinyl x 3,000 copies
  • Paul McCartney, McCartney: LP x 7,000 copies
  • Meat Puppets, Meat Puppets: 10-inch vinyl x 1,000 copies
  • Primus, Suck on This: LP x 5,000 copies
  • Ramones, It’s Alive II: LP x ? copies
  • Roger Waters, The Wall Live in Berlin: 2LPs x 8,000 copies

The full list of September releases is available here. Happy hunting.

Alan Cross

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