What to Expect on Record Store Day

While we still have to wait until April 21st for these releases, you can now start making your shopping list.

The complete list can be found at RecordStoreDay.com , but here are some of things we’re most excited about:

AC/DC – Back in Black (on cassette! SERIOUSLY CASSETTE!)
The Allman Brothers Band – Live at the Atlanta Pop Festival, July 3 & 5, 1970
David Bowie: Welcome to the Blackout (Live London ’78), a “Let’s Dance” 12-inch Bowie Now, including tracks from Low and Heroes. And a two-LP edition of his 1967 self-titled album.
Cheech & Chong – Up in Smoke 40th Anniversary
Eric Clapton – Rush (Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) and Complete Clapton
he Cure – Mixed Up, Torn Down (Mixed Up Extra)
Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead – Dylan & The Dead
Fleetwood Mac – Tango in the Night Alternate
Jimi Hendrix – Mannish Boy b/w Trash Men
Jerry Garcia – Run for the Roses
Grateful Dead – Fillmore West, San Francisco, 2/27/69
Led Zeppelin – “Friends” b/w “Rock and Roll”
Van Morrison – Alternative Moondance
Bruce Springsteen – Greatest Hits
U2 – Lights of Home



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