(April 14, 2010) — Today, the final five exclusive Record Store Day Releases announced. Hundreds of limited and collectible pieces available April 17, 2010.
In support of indie record stores and Record Store Day, many labels have created special cds, records, box sets, and more for some of their most celebrated artists that will only be available on April 17, 2010 until they sell out. There are hundreds of these special collectibles, all of which can be found at RecordStoreDay.com.
Exclusive pieces will be available from the following artists:
- Pavement – “Quarantine The Past: Best of Pavement” 12” vinyl, track listing selected by winner of Record Store Day contest (1,000 available)
- MGMT – “Siberian Breaks” 12”single-sided disc with 12 minute track and etched side
- Hole – “Skinny Little Bitch” 2 track single from upcoming album 10” white vinyl
- Monsters of Folk – Double LP set on clear blue vinyl (2,000 available)
- Wilco – “Kicking Television” deluxe package vinyl reissue box set with 4 LPs, 8 extra tracks, and extra CD (1,000 available)
These are only a sample of the amazing items that will be in stores on Record Store Day. Head over to RecordStoreDay.com NOW to see them all!
About Record Store Day
Record Store Day, organized by the Music Monitor Network, the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS), and the Alliance of Independent Music Stores (AIMS) celebrates the culture of independent record stores by playing host to in-store events/performances, signings and special product releases on a global scale. It takes place on Saturday, April 17, 2010.
Record Store Day 2010 is sponsored by Crosley Radio, EMI Distribution, Fontana Distribution, Gotta Groove, NARM, RED Distribution, Sony Music, Universal Music Distribution, Vivendi Entertainment, WEA Distribution, and Warner Bros. Records.
(source: ‘Stache Media)
- Ifelicious Thoughts– The Smashing Pumpkins kick off “Record Store Day” on April 17 with new album pre-sale
- Twitter (Record Store Day)– twitter.com/RecordStoreDay
- Rolling Stone– Wilco, MGMT, Hole announce Record Store Day exclusives
- Seattle Pi– Sub Pop’s head of retail talks Record Store Day