RECORD STORE DAY 2020 – Release 29th August

Posted: July 6, 2020 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Record Store Day has been split into three standalone “RSD Drop” days, occurring on August 29th, September 26th, and October 24th.  That’s not the only thing changing this time around. As the first RSD Drop Day approaches, shops are beginning to consider what records to order.  With that in mind, we thought we’d share a sampling of what we’re looking forward to on RSD Drop Day 1 on August 29th – with further coverage to come as we get closer to the date.  There are lots of exciting titles due, so get in touch with your nearest participating retailer soon.

America, Heritage II: Demos (Omnivore Recordings, LP, 1,700 copies)

Eleven previously unissued demos and alternate tracks from 1971-1976, including the long-rumoured 13 minute acoustic jam “Jameroony.”  Liner notes by the band’s Gerry Beckley.

SIDE A:  1. Cornwall Blank (Demo #2), 2. Jameroony (Acoustic Jam), 3. Mandy (Demo)

SIDE B:  1. What Does It Matter (Demo), 2. You (Vocals/Strings Excerpt), 3. Mad Dog (Demo/Track Mix With Backing Vocals), 4. Simple Life (Alternate Mix), 5. Lovely Night (Demo), 6. Today’s The Day (Alternate Mix), 7. Amber Cascades (Acoustic Mix/Take 3), 8. Letter (Alternate Mix)

The Black Keys, Let’s Rock (45rpm Edition) (Nonesuch, 2LP, 5,000 copies)

Exclusively for Record Store Day, The Black Keys will be releasing the limited edition 45 RPM version of their chart-topping 9th album “Let’s Rock.” The album, which was originally released on June 28th via Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch Records has spawned three Top 10 radio singles and was one of the most critically acclaimed albums of 2019. The 45 RPM version of the album is limited to 7,500 pieces worldwide/5,000 copies in the US. It’s a gorgeous 180-gram 2-LP set in a deluxe holographic gatefold jacket, with each piece individually numbered.

 

Black Crowes, Lions (eOne Music, 2LP, 3,000 copies)

A1 Midnight from the Inside Out 4:20, A2 Lickin’ 3:42, A3 Come On 2:58
B1 No Use Lying 4:56, B2 Losing My Mind 4:26, B3 Ozone Mama 4:00, B4 Greasy Grass River 3:20
C1 Soul Singing 3:53, C2 Miracle To Me 4:42, C3 Young Man, Old Man 4:13
D1 Cosmic Friend 5:22, D2 Cypress Tree 3:40, D3 Lay It All On Me 5:29

David Bowie, CHANGESNOWBOWIE (Parlophone, CD or LP, quantity TBD)

CHANGESNOWBOWIE is a 9-track session recorded for radio and broadcast by the BBC on David’s 50th birthday on 8th January, 1997. The broadcast originally featured an interview with David by Mary Ann Hobbs interspersed with specially recorded birthday messages and questions from the likes of Scott Walker, Damon Albarn, Bono, Robert Smith and many more. The interview and birthday messages do not feature on this album. This mostly acoustic session was a stripped back affair featuring some of David’s favourites of his own compositions and was produced by Bowie himself, Reeves Gabrels, and Mark Plati.

The Man Who Sold The World / Aladdin Sane / White Light, White Heat / Shopping For Girls / Lady Stardust / The Supermen / Repetition / Andy Warhol / Quicksand

David Bowie, I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) (Parlophone, 2LP or 2CD, quantity TBD)

I’m Only Dancing – Taken from recently discovered sources in The David Bowie Archive, I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) was recorded mostly during David’s performance at the Michigan Palace, Detroit on 20th October, 1974, with the encores taken from the Municipal Auditorium, Nashville on 30th November, 1974.

The Soul Tour was a radical mid-tour departure from Bowie’s 1974 Diamond Dogs theatrical extravaganza. During a three week break in late 1974, the Diamond Dogs Tour’s elaborate six-ton Hunger City stage set was drastically stripped back, and the tour’s set list overhauled to include as-yet-unreleased tracks from the Young Americans sessions at Sigma Sound in Philadelphia. The Soul Tour also featured a revamped band, augmented to include musicians and vocalists from those sessions, and rechristened The Mike Garson Band.

I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour 74) follows on from the previous Record Store Day 2 LP release Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles ’74) and is an incredible historical document of a performer and band at the height of their live powers. The artwork for both the 2 LP and 2 CD releases is based on the original design for the programs available at venues for dates on The Soul Tour. The Soul Tour has taken on mythical status among Bowie fans, as the tour only visited 17 cities in the East and South of the U.S.. This is the first time that any audio from this incarnation of the tour has ever been officially released.

Introduction – Memory Of A Free Festival / Rebel Rebel / John, I’m Only Dancing (Again) / Sorrow / Changes / 1984 // Moonage Daydream / Rock ‘n’ Roll With Me / Love Me Do > The Jean Genie / Young Americans // Can You Hear Me / It’s Gonna Be Me / Somebody Up There Likes Me / Suffragette City // Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide / Panic In Detroit / Knock On Wood / Foot Stomping > I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate > Foot Stomping / Diamond Dogs > It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It) > Diamond Dogs

Gary Clark, Jr., Pearl Cadillac (ft. Andra Day) (Warner Records, pearl color 10″, 3,000 copies)

Exclusive RSD 10″ single from the multiple GRAMMY© Award winning artist Gary Clark, Jr. Originally released on his acclaimed 2019 album “This Land”, this limited edition release includes two remixes of the track “Pearl Cadillac” featuring Andra Day, and is pressed on pearl colored vinyl.

Dr. John, Remedies (Get On Down, mardi gras splatter LP, 1300 copies)

Arriving on the heels of the socially conscious Babylon, Dr. John’s 1970 album Remedies marked his 3rd studio release under his eccentric, voodoo-inspired “Night Tripper” persona, and his first not to be produced by Harold Battiste; he instead turned to famed rock producer Tom Dowd. Featuring a psychedelic and progressive take on Dr. John’s signature style of swampy, hazy New Orleans boogie-woogie rock, undoubtedly inspired by his then recent stint in a psych ward.

1. Loop Garoo 2. What Goes Around Comes Around 3. Wash, Mama, Wash 4. Chippy, Chippy 5. Mardi Gras Day // 1. Angola Anthem.

Steve Earle, “Times Like These / It’s About Blood”  (Modern Harmonic, 7″, 1,350 copies)

This is a limited edition 7″vinyl  recorded during the Ghost Of West Virginia recording sessions (that new album, based on Earle’s music for the off-Broadway play Coal Country, came to record stores May 22nd). “Times Like These “is exclusive to this 7” and “Devil Put The Coal In The Ground” will be on the new album.

 

Brian Eno, Rams: Original Soundtrack (UME/USM UK, white LP, 2,500 copies)

RAMS: Original Soundtrack Score is the complete soundtrack from the film Rams, produced and directed by Gary Hustwit. All instrumentals are previously unreleased and are written, performed and produced by Brian Eno. This Record Store Day release is pressed on solid white vinyl.

1. Bright Clouds of Metal, 2. Harmonic Guitar, 3. Unusual Temperament, 4. A Warm Sweet Bed, 5. Beautiful Metals, 6. Designer Piano // 1. Generative Lounge, 2. Design as Reduction, 3. Al’Khwarizmi Piano, 4. Shimmering Future, 5. For A New Design

 

Glass Animals, Tokyo Drifting (Republic, picture disc, 2,000 copies)

Glass Animals will be putting out a special 12″ picture disc, featuring smash single “Tokyo Drifting” featuring Denzel Curry and an instrumental version of the track, exclusively for Record Store Day.

“Tokyo Drifting feat. Denzel Curry” / “Tokyo Drifting (Instrumental)”

Andrew Gold, Something New: Unreleased Gold (Omnivore Recordings, gold LP, 1,200 copies)

Andrew Gold’s first recordings as a solo artist. Contains 12 previously unissued demos from 1973. Liner notes by Peter Asher. Pressed on colored vinyl for RSD and already available on CD.

1. Something New (Band Version), 2. Come Down To Me (Solo Demo), 3. What You Do Is What You See (Solo Demo), 4. The World Tomorrow Brings (Solo Demo), 5. You Are Somewhere Within Me (Solo Demo), 6. Sometimes When A Man’s On His Own (Solo Demo) // 1. Prisoner (Band Version), 2. Ten Years Behind Me (Solo Demo), 3. Timothy Corey (Solo Demo), 4. Almost Love (Solo Demo), 5. Penny Arcade (Solo Demo), 6. Don’t Bring Me Down (Solo Demo)

Al Green, Green Is Blues (Fat Possum, green and blue LP, 3,000 copies)

Al Green’s first release for Hi Records, celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special split green/blue 180g vinyl release, with liner notes and a tip-on jacket. Available first at record stores for Record Store Day 2020.

1. “One Woman” 2. “Talk To Me” 3. “My Girl” 4. “The Letter” 5. “I Stand Accused” 6. “Gotta Find A New World” 7. “What Am I Gonna Do with Myself?” 8. “Tomorrow’s Dream” 9. “Get Back Baby” 10. “Get Back” 11. “Summertime”

Bert Jansch, Live in Italy (Earth Recordings, 2LP, 450 copies)

Previously unreleased live recording of Bert Jansch’s stunning concert in Mestre at the Teatro Corso, Italy 1977. The performance also features appearances from Martin Jenkins, Sam Mitchell and Leo Wijnkamp, Jr.  Includes download card.

Cat and Mouse, Daybreak, Blues Run The game, Bittern, Kingisher, Come Back Baby, Running From Home, Pretty Saro, Alimony, Avocet, Una Linea Di Dolcezza, Sweet Mother Earth, Angie, Cluck Old Hen (Unrehearsed Number with Martin Jenkins, Sam Mitchell, and Leo Winkamp Jr), Encore No.1 (Improvised number with Martin Jenkins, Sam Mitchell and Leo Winkimap Jr), Encore No 2, “Jigs” (Martin Jenkins Solo)

 

Elton John, Elton John (UMe/USM-UK, 2LP purple, 7,000 copies)

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Elton John’s first U.K. album with this limited edition Record Store Day exclusive deluxe gatefold 2LP version. Pressed on transparent purple vinyl, the first disc features the 2016 remaster of the original album, while the second contains a selection of bonus tracks from the 2008 CD Deluxe Edition, never previously released on vinyl, as well as two previously unreleased demos of ‘Border Song’ and ‘Bad Side Of The Moon’.

1. Your Song, 2. I Need You To Turn To, 3. Take Me To The Pilot, 4. No Shoe Strings On Louise, 5. First Episode At Hienton / 1. Sixty Years On, 2. Border Song, 3. The Greatest Discovery, 4. The Cage, 5. The King Must Die // 1. Your Song (Piano Demo), 2. I Need You To Turn To (Piano Demo), 3. Take Me To The Pilot (Piano Demo), 4. Sixty Years On (Piano Demo), 5. Border Song (Piano Demo), 6. Bad Side Of The Moon (Piano Demo) / 1. Thank You Mama (Piano Demo), 2. All The Way Down To El Paso (Piano Demo), 3. I’m Going Home (Piano Demo), 4. Bad Side Of The Moon, 5. Grey Seal, 6. Rock And Roll Madonna

 

 

Jethro Tull, Stormwatch 2 (Parlophone, LP, 6,500 copies)

Stormwatch 2 features the tracks from the Stormwatch 40th Anniversary Force 10 Edition that were not on the original vinyl album. All tracks have been remixed by Steven Wilson.

1. Broadford Bazaar 2. Crossword 3. Dun Ringill (Early Version) 4. Dark Ages (Early Version) // 1. Urban Apocalypse 2. Kelpie 3. Man Of God 4. Sweet Dream Fanfare 5. Sweet Dream (Live)

John Lennon/Yoko Ono with The Plastic Ono Band,  Instant Karma (2020 Ultimate Mixes) (UMe, 7″, 7,000)

Written, recorded and released January 1970, in a span of just ten days, “Instant Karma!” was to become one of John Lennon’s most popular singles, reaching No. 5 in the U.K. and No. 2 in the U.S. Featuring George Harrison alongside bassist Klaus Voormann, drummer Alan White and keyboardist Billy Preston, it marked the first time any Beatle collaborated with legendary producer Phil Spector, who later that year worked on the band’s final album (Let It Be) and solo albums from John and George. Newly mixed audio. Artwork is a faithful reproduction of original U.K. sleeve.

Instant Karma! (2020 Ultimate Mix) / Who Has Seen The Wind? (2020 Ultimate Mix)

Bob Marley and The Wailers, Redemption Song (UMe/Tuff Gong/Island, clear 12″ single, 7,000 copies)

A recreation of the original limited edition U.K. 12″, this 40th Anniversary edition will be available in the U.S. for the first time. Pressed on clear vinyl, the B-side features the rare “Band Version” of the song, and a live “I Shot the Sheriff” from the 1977 Rainbow Theatre concert, both on vinyl for the first time in 40 years.

1. Redemption Song // 1. Redemption Song (Band Edit Version), 2. I Shot The Sheriff (Live At The Rainbow)

 

Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, “See Emily Play”/”Vegetable Man” (Legacy, 12″, 4,000 copies)

From the dynamic drummer heard on every Pink Floyd album, Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets offers the opportunity to experience the group’s early body of work in concert, including songs from The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn and A Saucerful Of Secrets. Alongside guitarists Gary Kemp (of Spandau Ballet), keyboardists Dom Beken and Lee Harris (of Ian Dury and The Blockheads), and longtime Pink Floyd touring bassist Guy Pratt, Mason drew rapturous crowds throughout North America and Europe in 2018 and 2019 – including dates at The Roundhouse in London, the historic venue that counted Pink Floyd as its first performance in 1966. Ahead of a dazzling audiovisual release of material from the Roundhouse sets during May 2019, this collectible 12″ single features two performances from those sets (including Pink Floyd outtake “Vegetable Man,” played for the first time ever on this tour) backed by a custom etching.

“See Emily Play”/”Vegetable Man”

Paul McCartney, McCartney: 50th Anniversary Edition (Half-Speed Master) (UMe/MPL/Capitol, LP, 7,000 copies)

One of the greatest solo debuts in rock history, Paul McCartney’s McCartney, will receive a special 50th anniversary release in a limited-edition half-speed mastered vinyl pressing for Record Store Day.  Originally released in April 1970, one month before The Beatles’ swansong Let It Be, McCartney saw Paul getting back to basics. Writing every song and playing every instrument (with backing vocals from Linda McCartney), the eponymous album represented a creative rebirth, bursting with new ideas, experiments, playfulness and freedom. Sonically, McCartney’s bare-bones home recording aesthetic imbued the album with an authentic lo-fi spirit, a much sought after sound that continues to retain a contemporary edge 50 years on. The 50th anniversary Record Store Day limited edition of McCartney was pressed from a master cut by Miles Showell at half speed using the original 1970 master tapes at Abbey Road Studios. It was made as a vinyl specific transfer in high resolution and without digital peak limiting for the best possible reproduction.

1. The Lovely Linda, 2. That Would Be Something, 3. Valentines Day, 4. Every Night, 5. Hot As Sun, 6. Junk, 7. Man We Was Lonely // 1. Oo You, 2. Momma Miss America, 3. Teddy Boy, 4. Singalong Junk, 5. Maybe I’m Amazed, 6. Kreen-Akore

 

Pink Floyd, Arnold Layne Live 2007 (Legacy, 7″, 7,400 copies)

To celebrate Record Store Day 2020, Pink Floyd release a live recording of the band’s first single, original singer and songwriter Syd Barrett’s best-known song, “Arnold Layne”. The limited-edition, one-sided Record Store Day 7″ represents the last live performance of the song by Pink Floyd with David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, all together in 2007. This special performance of “Arnold Layne” took place at the Syd Barrett Tribute Concert at The Barbican on 10th May 2007, with Pink Floyd members augmented by Jon Carin on keyboards and vocals, and Andy Bell from Oasis on bass guitar. After a star-studded line-up throughout the evening, Pink Floyd took to the stage for an incredibly emotional finale. The B-side features an etching that echoes the sleeve and the song’s lyrics.

A: “Arnold Layne (recorded live at the Barbican Centre, London at the Syd Barrett Tribute Concert, 10th May 2007)” / B: Exclusive new etching

The Pretenders, Live! At the Paradise, Boston, 1980 (Rhino/Warner, LP clear and red, 6,500 copies)

In celebration of the band’s 40th anniversary, this reissue of a promo-only Warner Bros. Music Show release is pressed on clear with red color-in-color vinyl and with new artwork, including photos from the show.

John Prine, The Atlantic Albums (Rhino/Atlantic, 4LP, 2,000 copies)

A special four LP 180g boxed set containing the legendary first four John Prine albums, presented in their original packaging:John Prine, Sweet Revenge, Diamonds in the Rough, and Common Sense.

The Who, Odds and Sods: Deluxe (UMe, 2 LPs, 7,000 copies)

One of the very first ‘rarities’ collections, released to try and defeat the bootleggers, the original 11-track album was released in 1974. Compiled by bassist John Entwistle, the set features the single “Long Live Rock”, the unedited, unreleased version of “The Seeker”, the studio version of “Young Man Blues”, alternative versions of “Dogs Part Two” and “Water”, amongst many other gems. This reissue includes the original album on disc one and adds 14 bonus tracks – B-sides, rarities & extras on disc two, Odds & Sods Too – to create a definitive, 25-track double LP. Pressed on red (LP1) and yellow (LP2) vinyl. Includes Pete Townshend’s original track annotation.
The stunning artwork and design restore the original ‘die-cut’ front sleeve. Graham Hughes shot the cover for Odds and Sods – “I’d stayed up the night before with Letterset, designing the letters on the American football helmets with each of the band’s names printed on. When I finally managed to get them together in one place, which happened to be the bathroom, Pete and Roger’s helmets didn’t quite fit so that’s why their wearing each other’s. That Quadrophenia tour wasn’t very pleasant and the band were arguing a lot. When I showed Pete the blow-up of the cover, he didn’t like it and told me so. I was so frustrated by this time, I started ripping it up . . . That’s when he decided he liked it! I stuck it back together with adhesive tape and Roger said, ‘call it a bunch of odds and sods.”
LP1 / SIDE A –
1. Postcard, 2. Now I’m A Farmer, 3. Put The Money Down, 4. Little Billy, 5. Too Much Of Anything, 6. Glow Girl
LP1 / SIDE B –
1. Pure And Easy, 2. Faith In Something Bigger, 3. I’m The Face, 4. Naked Eye, 5. Long Live Rock
LP2 / SIDE A –
1. Zoot Suit (remix with fade), 2. Here Tis (previously released on 30 Years… box set), 3. Leaving Here (from ‘Pye’ acetate), 4. Baby Don’t You Do It (from ‘Pye’ acetate), 5. Young Man Blues (alternate studio version, included on 1998 CD), 6. Dogs Part Two (B-side, the single mix; included on Tommy SDE), 7. Here For More (B-side single mix), 8. The Seeker (long unedited version; unreleased)
LP2 / SIDE B –
1. Heaven And Hell (B-side single mix), 2. Don’t Know Myself (B-side single mix), 3. When I Was A Boy (B-side single mix), 4. Waspman (B-side single mix), 5. We Close Tonight (included on 1998 CD), 6. Water (B-side single mix)
Yusuf/Cat Stevens, But I Might Die Tonight  (UMe, 7″ light blue, 5,000 copies)
7″ single of Cat Stevens’ song “But I Might Die Tonight” from the album Tea For The Tillerman. The B-side features the alternative version of the song, from the movie Deep End (starring Jane Asher), reworked specifically for the film and previously unavailable until now! Pressed on light blue vinyl.

Various Artists, The Land of Sensations & Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds of White Whale Records, 1965-1970 (Craft Recordings, 2LP, 2,000 copies)

This double LP compilation features alternative ’60s hits and rarities from the catalog of Los Angeles’ great White Whale label, including such artists as Jim Ford, JK & Co, The Clique, Nino Tempo & April Stevens, Lyme & Cybelle, and more. Two standard weight black vinyl LPs in a gatefold.  Produced by Andrew Sandoval, Steve Stanley, and Cary E. Mansfield.  Also coming on CD.

1. You Got The Love, 2. I’ll Be In, 3. Got A Good Love, 4. Little Girl, Little Boy, 5. We Must Find A Way, 6. Darlin’ You Can Count On Me // 1. I Can’t Get Nowhere With You, 2. Song #7, 3. Vegetables, 4. The Chair, 5. Goin’ It Alone, 6. Sunshine Dreamin’, 7. Land Of Sensations & Delights
1. Superman, 2. Look At You Now, 3. All At Once, 4. Time To Be A Woman, 5. Love Story, 6. If It Weren’t For You, 7. Summer Dream // 1. Cheyenne, 2. My Door Is Always Open, 3. Constantly, 4. The Proud One, 5. Won’t You Say You’ll Stay, 6. In The Garden

Various Artists, Sunrise on the Blues: Sun Records Curated by Record Store Day, Vol. 7 (ORG Music/Record Store Day, LP, 3,500 copies)

This limited edition compilation LP was curated from the classic Sun Record Company catalog by participating Record Store Day stores, and marks the seventh installment of the ‘Sun Records Curated by Record Store Day’ series. Volume 7, Sunrise on the Blues, highlights some of the incredible blues artists in the Sun Records archive. While the iconic label is best known for launching the careers of superstars like Elvis and Johnny Cash, Sam Phillips’ Sun Records initially started as a rhythm and blues label. The track list for this compilation was carefully curated by the hardworking people in record stores themselves. This Record Store Day 2020 exclusive release is limited to 4,000 copies worldwide.

SIDE A: 1. HOWLIN’ WOLF “Everybody in the Mood” 2. LITTLE JUNIOR’S BLUE FLAMES “Mystery Train”3. ROSCO GORDON “Let’s Get High” 4. JOHNNY ADAMS “I Won’t Cry” 5. EARL HOOKER “Going On Down The Line” 6. LOST JOHN HUNTER & HIS BLIND BATS “Cool Down Mama” 7. BIG WALTER HORTON “Grandma Told Grandpa”

SIDE B: 1. SLEEPY JOHN ESTES “Policy Man Blues”2. LITTLE MILTON “If Crying Would Help Me” 3. JAMES COTTON “Cotton Crop Blues” 4. DOCTOR ROSS “Cat Squirrel” 5. THE PRISONAIRES “That Chick’s Too Young To Fry” 6. PAT HARE “I’m Gonna Murder My Baby” 7. JOE HILL LOUIS “We All Got To Go Some Time”

Aug. 29: RSD Drops
Andrew Gold, Something New: Unreleased Gold (LP)
Ace Frehley, Trouble Walkin’ (LP)
America, Heritage II: Demos (LP)
Black Keys, ‘Let’s Rock’ (45 RPM edition)
Black Crowes, Lions (LP)
Brian Eno, Rams: Original Soundtrack (LP)
Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker, Hooker ‘N Heat (LP)
Collective Soul, Half and Half (12-inch vinyl)
Cure, Seventeen Seconds (12-inch picture disc; Bloodflowers (2LP picture disc)
Dave Davies, Rock Bottom: Live at the Bottom Line (2LP)
David Bowie, ChangesNowBowie (CD/LP); I’m Only Dancing: The Soul Tour ’74 (CD/LP)
Def Leppard, Rock N Roll Hall of Fame
Dio, Annica (12-inch picture disc)
Dr. John, Remedies (LP)
Drive-By Truckers, “The Unraveling” b/w “Sarah’s Flame” (7-inch vinyl)
Elton John, Elton John (LP)
Emerson Lake & Palmer, Live at Waterloo Field, Stanhope, New Jersey, U.S.A., 31st July (LP)
Gong, Live! at Sheffield 1974 (LP)
Hawkwind, At the BBC 1972; Quark, Strangeness & Charm (LP)
Iggy Pop, Kiss My Blood: Live in Paris 1991 (3LP)
Jethro Tull, Stormwatch 2 (LP)
John Lennon, “Instant Karma!: 2020 Ultimate Mixes” (7-inch vinyl)
John Prine, The Atlantic Albums (4LP)
Lou Reed & John Cale, Songs For Drella (2LP)
Kinks, Kink Kronikles (LP)
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, “See Emily Play”/”Vegetable Man” (12-inch vinyl)
Motorhead, “Ace of Spades”/”Dirty Love” (12-inch vinyl)
Pretenders, Live! At the Paradise, Boston 1980 (LP)
Pink Floyd, “Arnold Layne Live 2007” (7-inch vinyl)
Roxy Music, Roxy Music: The Steven Wilson Stereo Mix (LP)
Tommy Bolin, Tommy Bolin Lives! (LP)
U2, 11 O’Clock Tick Tock: 40th Anniversary Edition (12-inch vinyl)
Who, Odds and Sods: Deluxe (2LP)
Yusuf / Cat Stevens, But I Might Die Tonight (7-inch vinyl)

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