Not a greatest hits - but an epic starting point - tracks taken from multiple albums throughout the bands history. On yellow vinyl.
Side A: 1. “I'm Ready” 2. “Waterpark” 3. “Ray O Vac” 4. “The Spectre” 5. “Platinum Tips” 6. “Stevie (For Steven S.)” 7 “Sunshine and Grease”
Side B 8. “Stop” 9. “Liar” 10. “The Flag” 11. “Junkie Nurse” 12. “Call out the Lions” 13. “White Stuff” 14. “Shockwave Rider”
Vinyl: $5.98 Buy
Larry Mullins (aka Toby Dammit) and Mike Watt team up for a tribute to the late Scott Asheton, founding member and original drummer of The Stooges. Mullins and Watt previously played together in the most recent iteration of The Stooges. The 7” vinyl release features their take on The Stooges’ “1969”, divided into two parts. The single is exclusively available for RSD Black Friday. Half of the pressing comes on a blue and yellow split color vinyl, with the other half on standard black vinyl. The two editions will be randomly mixed, so you're in for a surprise.
A: “1969 (Part 1)” B: “1969 (Part 2)”
`WHO' will be released on December 6th on Interscope Records. It is the first studio album in over 13 years, produced by Pete Townsend and Dave Sardy (Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, Gorillaz), featuring artwork by Sir Peter Blake (The Beatles' Sargent Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band). One of the top three greatest rock legacies in music history, The Who have sold over 100 million records worldwide including 9 US & 10 UK top ten albums and 14 UK top ten singles.
Previously unissued tracks by Alex Chilton, engineered by Chris Bell, and featuring new liner notes from Rich Tupica and Elizabeth Hoehn (aka Lesa Aldridge). The first release of these tracks is for RSD Black Friday.
“Windows Hotel” / “My Rival” / “She Might Look My Way” / “She Might Look My Way” (w/ Chris Bell)
A uniquely somber and contemplative entry in the Iggy Pop canon. Free has virtually nothing in common sonically with its predecessor (Post Pop Depression)—or with any other Iggy Pop album. As Iggy says, “Free to recoil from guitar riffs in favor of guitarscapes, from twangs in favor of horns, from back beat in favor of space; and in large part, from the effluent of my own mind and problems, in favor of trying to interpret the poetry of others…so this album just kind of happened to me, and I let it happen.”
Legendary Syrian singer Omar Souleyman calls on two iconic artists — duo Simian Mobile Disco and Barcelona’s DJ Seinfeld — to deliver remixes of tracks from his most recent album ‘To Syria, With Love.’ DJ Seinfeld imparts lo fi house flavors on "Khayen" and Simian Mobile Disco add a hypnotic tribal feel to "Mawal," making this Record Store Day exclusive vinyl a must have for true house fans. Along with the remixes, the vinyl also includes Souleyman’s latest single, ”Tensana,” an eight minute long celebration of dance and Middle Eastern soundscapes. Omar Souleyman started his career as a wedding singer in Syria, recording over 500 cassettes that are now staples in the country’s folk-pop scene. Parlaying his dabke into the breakneck techno realm of electronic music, the artist is now known for his high octane sound across the Western music front.
• Colored vinyl
• Custom stylized dust sleeve
OMAR SOULEYMAN HIGHLIGHTS:
• Dubbed the “coolest man in the universe” by Noisey, Souleyman’s first introduction to the western music scene was by way of his official remixes of Björk’s “Crystaline” series in 2011.
• His subsequent WENU WENU LP in 2013 was produced by Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden
• His latest work TO SYRIA, WITH LOVE is driven by finding hope despite this nostalgia and was released on Mad Decent in June of 2017.
01 Omar Souleyman - Khayen (DJ Seinfeld Remix) 02 Omar Souleyman - Mawal (Simian Mobile Disco Remix) 03 Omar Souleyman - Tensana
Vinyl: $19.98 Buy
While New York-based Profile Records was conceived as a home for disco when it was founded in 1979, the fledgling label caught on to the hip-hop movement as the 1980s dawned, releasing pioneering tracks by Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde, Rammelzee vs. K-Rob, Run-DMC, Dana Dane and more. Giant Single: The Profile Records Rap Anthology Vol. 1 spotlights the early influence of one of rap’s true super-powered indie labels, with fifteen classic jams on double red vinyl!
An EP of new material, with the entire track list on both A Side and B Side!
1. Rough Mix 2. Really Nice Guys 3. Related Artists (For Fans Of...) 4. I'm On the Guestlist 5. YouTubular 6. The East Nashville Kroger Conversation 7. Emotional Impact For Sale 8. Pull Quote (feat. Jerry)
Frank Nitt and Dankery Harv - or just Frank n Dank - knew J. Dilla before you. But don't feel bad, they knew Dilla before anyone knew Dilla. When Dilla was still in Detroit, before he was known as J Dilla. Before he'd even stepped foot in LA. From their personal vault, Frank n Dank bring you these cuts from their years working with Dilla, including complete instrumentals, presented in a 10" red vinyl pressing.
SIDE A: 1. Let’s Go 2. Things Ain’t The Same 3. Reach For The Sky
SIDE B: 1. Let’s Go (instrumental) 2. Things Ain’t The Same (instrumental) 3. Reach For The Sky (instrumental)
Live album recorded at the Troubadour in Los Angeles in September 1969. First vinyl reissue.
Side A 1. Strange Feelin’ 5:40 2. Venice Mating Call 3:27 3. I Don’t Need It to Rain 11:06
Side B 1. I Had a Talk with My Woman 7:32 2. Gypsy Woman 14:32
Side A 1. Blue Melody 5:37 2. Chase the Blues Away 6:19 3. Driftin’ 7:56
Side B 1. Nobody Walkin’ 16:05