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2. Lazaretto
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6. Zaba
Glass Animals
7. The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale
Eric Clapton and Friends
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Jenny Lewis
9. Singles
Future Islands
10. Foundations of Burden

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May 14th, 2014

94.9 FM THE RIVER PRESENTS OLD 97′S ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE LIVE AT THE RECORD EXCHANGE WEDNESDAY, MAY 14; FREE PAYETTE BREWING CO. BEER!

old 97s94.9 FM The River presents a special Old 97′s acoustic performance live at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St., Boise) at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 14. We’ll be serving free beer (21 and older with I.D.) courtesy of our friends at Payette Brewing Co.! The band is performing at Knitting Factory later that evening and we have tickets for sale at the store! As always, this Record Exchange in-store event is free and all ages.

The first 25 people to purchase Old 97′s new album Most Messed Up (available on CD and vinyl) will receive a free ticket to the Knitting Factory show!

ABOUT OLD 97′S

_images_uploads_album_Album_art“Rock and roll’s been very very good to me,” Rhett Miller sings on “Longer Than You’ve Been Alive,” an epic six-minute stream-of-consciousness meditation on his life in music. It’s a rare moment of pulling back the curtain, on both the excesses and tedium of the world of a touring musician, and it’s the perfect way to open the Old 97′s new album, ‘Most Messed Up.’

“I wrote that song very quickly and didn’t rewrite one word of it,” Miller explains.  “It’s sort of a thesis statement not just for this record, but for my life’s work.”

To say that rock and roll has been good to the Old 97′s (guitarist/vocalist Miller, bassist/vocalist Murry Hammond, guitarist Ken Bethea, and drummer Philip Peeples) would be an understatement. The band emerged from Dallas twenty years ago at the forefront of a musical movement blending rootsy, country-influenced songwriting with punk rock energy and delivery. The New York Times has described their major label debut, ‘Too Far To Care,’ as “a cornerstone of the ‘alternative country’ movement…[that] leaned more toward the Clash than the Carter Family.” They’ve released a slew of records since then, garnering praise from NPR and Billboard to SPIN and Rolling Stone, who hailed the band as “four Texans raised on the Beatles and Johnny Cash in equal measures, whose shiny melodies, and fatalistic character studies, do their forefathers proud.” The band performed on television from Letterman to Austin City Limits and had their music appear in countless film and TV soundtracks (they appeared as themselves in the Vince Vaughn/Jennifer Aniston movie ‘The Break Up’). Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan told The Hollywood Reporter that he put the band on a continuous loop on his iPod while writing the show’s final scene.

‘Most Messed Up’ finds the Old 97′s at their raucous, boozy best, all swagger and heart. Titles like “Wasted,” “Intervention,” “Wheels Off,” “Let’s Get Drunk And Get It On,” and “Most Messed Up” hint at the kind of narrators Miller likes to inhabit, men who possess an appetite for indulgence and won’t let a few bad decisions get in the way of a good story.

“A few people in my life said, ‘You can’t sing ‘Let’s get drunk and get it on,’” Miller remembers. “I said, ‘What do you mean? I’ve been singing that sentiment for 20 years! I was just never so straightforward about it.’”

It was a trip to Music City that inspired Miller to throw away his inhibitions as songwriter and cut right to the heart of things.

“For me, this record really started in Nashville on a co-write session with John McElroy,” he says. “I really admired his wheels off approach to songwriting, And I liked the idea he had for how he thought I should interact with my audience. He said, ‘I think your fans want you to walk up to the mic and say fuck.’ It was liberating.” It reminded me that I don’t have to be too serious or too sincere or heartfelt. I just have to have fun and be honest. I felt like I kind of had free reign to go ahead and write these songs that were bawdier and more adult-themed.”

The magic in Miller’s songwriting lies in the depth that he lends his characters. Upon closer inspection, the hard partying and endless pursuit of a good time often reveals itself to be a band-aid covering up deeper wounds and emotional scars.

“There’s a lot of darkness hidden in this record,” he explains. “One of the big Old 97′s tricks is when we write about something kind of dark and depressing, it works best when it’s a fun sounding song. So it’s not until the third or fourth listen that you realize the narrator of this song is a complete disaster.”

If that description calls to mind The Replacements, it’s no coincidence. Miller is a fan of the Minneapolis cult heroes, and now counts Tommy Stinson among his own friends and fans. Best known as bassist for the Mats and more recently Guns ‘n’ Roses, Stinson joined the Old 97′s in the studio in Austin, Texas, to lay down electric guitar, elevating the sense of reckless musical abandon to new heights and lending the album an air of the Rolling Stones’ double-guitar attack. It’s a collaboration Miller never would have even imagined in 1994 when the band released their debut.

“We didn’t think we’d last until the year 1997,” Miller laughs. “We thought the name would get a little weird when it became 1997, but we decided none of our bands had ever lasted that long, so let’s not even worry about it. But as it all started to unfold, we realized we could maybe make a living doing this, and we were all really conscious of wanting to be a career band. It was way more important to us to maintain a really high level of quality, at the expense, perhaps, of having hit singles or fitting in with the trends of the time, and I’m glad we did that.”

Twenty years on, it’s safe to say rock and roll has indeed been very, very good to the Old 97′s.

May 10th, 2014

94.9 FM THE RIVER PRESENTS NEEDTOBREATHE LIVE AT THE RECORD EXCHANGE MAY 12; ONLY BOISE SHOW!

needtobreathe94.9 FM The River presents NEEDTOBREATHE live at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St., Boise) at 6 p.m. Monday, May 12. This is the band’s only show in town! As always, this Record Exchange in-store event is all ages.

Purchase NEEDTOBREATHE’s new album Rivers in the Wasteland on CD or vinyl at The Record Exchange and we’ll give you a wristband guaranteeing your admission — we anticipate a big crowd for this one!

ABOUT NEEDTOBREATHE

Needtobreathe_AlbumCover_RiversInTheWastelandHiResRivers In The Wasteland, NEEDTOBREATHE’s latest album, opens a new chapter in the South Carolina-based rock band’s story. But the band, comprised of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart and Seth Bolt, couldn’t have arrived here without the tumultuous narrative that came before, each aspect of their career building up to this point. After the band’s previous album, The Reckoning, was released in 2011, the group spent over two years on the road, where the musicians began grappling with both significant inner turmoil and the external pressure created by notoriety. With the Rinehart brothers, sons of a pastor who hail from the rural town of Possum Kingdom, as the songwriting core of the band, NEEDTOBREATHE has built a successful career, earning a sizeable fanbase with their extensive touring. But tension between Bear and Bo was so high by the end of the touring cycle there was discussion of ending the band. The brothers kept to separate dressing rooms, uncertain that this was the sort of band they’d wanted to become, the possibility of quitting lingering in their minds.

“We were asking ourselves ‘Are you willing to change yourself in order to succeed?’” Bear says. “I think, in some ways, we tried that for a while. It was so tough on our souls and our stomachs and I think all of us knew that we couldn’t do that any longer. There was a moment where I thought the band was over. We had to take a break and meditate on what we each wanted NEEDTOBREATHE to be.”

For all three musicians, the answer was to return to the band’s roots and find the anchor of musical simplicity. They agreed that the most important moments of touring came at the end of each show, when they cut off the sound system in each venue and played directly to the fans. It’s a moment of realness NEEDTOBREATHE wanted to capture on their new album, a means of letting go of everything that isn’t truly essential to the song. Bear and Bo began writing a year ago, while still intermittently touring on The Reckoning, doing most of the initial work at their own Plantation Studios in Charleston. The band then spent time at Fairfax Recordings (formally Sound City Studios) in Los Angeles and at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, to co-produce the album with the help of various producers, including Joe Chiccarelli, Kevin Augunas, Jerrod Bettis and Ed Cash. It was a long, sometimes tumultuous process, that ultimately yielded a collection of songs the band feels reflect who they want to be as musicians now.

“We had a few goals as a band for the album,” Bear says. “I had them written in my notebook while I was writing songs. They were really basic: Keep it simple, not too many instruments, and have fun with it. And the last one was: be ourselves.”

“There was so much over-the-top production on the last album and on our tour,” Bo says. “We wanted to blow it all up and start over. The idea for the record was to get as much of the production elements out of the way and then force ourselves to not rely on extra stuff and studio tricks and technology. We wanted to force limitations and see how far we could take the songs with just us. Probably 90 percent of the record is all live takes. It’s very much an honest record.”

The album reflects these sentiments, each song lending itself to the idea of honest expression and genuine identity. “More Heart, Less Attack” is the heart of Rivers In The Wasteland, written in the studio as a response to the pressure of doing something for the wrong reasons. “Rise Again,” a twanging acoustic ballad, is about the necessity of adversity in order to move forward and the pensively soulful “Difference Maker” contemplates the qualities the musicians hope to embody in their lives, embracing a sparse instrumentation that lends to the emotional tone of the song. “The Heart,” the disc’s lead single, is a stomping number imbued with an infectious sense of hopeful anticipation. In the end, after the album was complete, the band saw the connectivity of the songs, each songwriter’s contributions threaded together in a surprising way.

“On the other side of it, it’s crazy how these songs really show a clarity that I don’t think we had while writing them,” Bear says. “These songs feel very timely for us. They feel like they were written for this time that we’re in now, not when we actually wrote them.”

“Being in the band for years now, there’s only a handful of moments where everybody in the band is on the same page,” Bo adds. “Going into this record, there’s no doubt that we were all of one mind and being inspired by the same things. We wanted to say the same things. I think this record is mostly about the journey of the heart. Ours were in much different places when we started this record but now, like the first day we started the band, are of the same heart.”

The past few years have seen NEEDTOBREATHE touring relentlessly, crisscrossing the country on multiple headlining tours, playing standout sets at major festivals like Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits, and performing throughout Europe (which included a personal highlight of opening for Sting in France). They’ve experienced the departure of their longtime drummer and a harrowing band scuffle that landed one member in the emergency room, but have also seen the birth of Bo’s first child and found a sincere reconciliation between brothers. Rivers In The Wasteland balances a palpable tension between two very different songwriters with a sense of brotherhood and shared voices. The album reveals that truly honest and authentic music can only come when everyone in the band believes in the same thing. For the musicians, the hope is that the songs inspire their fans and emphasize how committed NEEDTOBREATHE is to doing what they love in a way that doesn’t compromise anything.

 “We’ve come through some rough moments and some amazing moments,” Bo says. “We’re the most energized we’ve ever been. The band is young again. We’ve got a new sense of purpose and we believe in what we’re doing and are completely honored and humbled that there are fans out there who appreciate that and love the music along with us. We just fell back in love with the idea of what we get to do.”

April 24th, 2014

BOISE WEEKLY PRESENTS FAMOUS MOTEL COWBOYS LIVE AT THE RECORD EXCHANGE THURSDAY, APRIL 24 (6PM)

famous motel cowboysBoise Weekly presents Famous Motel Cowboys at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 24, at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St.). As always, this Record Exchange in-store event is free and all ages. Famous Motel Cowboys are performing three nights of reunion shows April 25-27 at Humpin’ Hannah’s!

ABOUT PINTO BENNETT AND THE FAMOUS MOTEL COWBOYS

garden city skylinePinto Bennett and the Famous Motel Cowboys return to Boise the last weekend in April for their eleventh annual Famous Motel Cowboys Reunion.  They’ll be celebrating the release of their first album in over 20 years, Garden City Skyline, and will be performing songs from the new album, as well as familiar favorites from their four previous albums.

Pinto Bennett has been an influential part of the vibrant Northwest music scene since the seventies when he was a member of the hard country band Tarwater.  The eighties saw him and the Motel Cowboys touring extensively throughout the Western U.S. and in Europe.  The band broke up (they thought) in 1991, and Pinto moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for a few years to pursue his craft. He eventually returned to Boise and continued to perform in a more acoustic setting with his new band – Trio Pinto. Guitarists Rob Matson and Sergio Webb also relocated to Nashville, and still live there.  Bassist Jim Lemmon now lives in Eugene, Oregon, and drummer Joe Dow is in Salt Lake City, so the band is effectively spread out across the country.

In 2004, Jim Lemmon had the idea to hold a reunion, and thirteen years after they broke up, they put together the first of what has become an annual event.  The reunion has evolved into a three day affair involving not only the Motel Cowboys, but artists from all over the Northwest and beyond.  Many of Boise’s talented musicians donate their time each year to help celebrate a musical tradition that continues to make Boise one of the richest and most diverse live music cities in the country.

This year’s line-up features close to 60 musicians, including Montana Rose, Joshua Tree, John Hansen, Kole Moulton and Lonely Road, Reilly Coyote, David Lyle Evans, SFM Steve Fulton Music, Old Death Whisper, New Transit, Kip Attaway and his All Star Band, The Lemmon Family Band, Dale Keys, Kenny Saunders, The Neckid Rednecks, and Carolina Morning.

More information on the band, their music and the FMC Reunion can be found on their website: famousmotelcowboys.com.

April 20th, 2014

100.3 FM THE X PRESENTS SEVENDUST NEW ALBUM SIGNING SUNDAY, APRIL 20; PRIORITY-LINE WRISTBAND AVAILABLE!

1888732_10152305950103959_3975776078364466037_n100.3 FM The X presents the Sevendust new album signing at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 20 at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St.) during Record Store Day Weekend. As always, this Record Exchange in-store event is free and all ages. Sevendust is performing at Knitting Factory later that evening and we have tickets for sale at the store!

Want priority line placement at the signing? Purchase Sevendust’s new album Time Travelers and Bonfires and we’ll give you a VIP line wristband! (There will be a secondary line for customers without wristbands, which will follow the VIP line.) The first 25 people to purchase Time Travelers and Bonfires also get a free ticket to the Knit show!

ABOUT SEVENDUST

Sevendust-Time-Travelers-BonfiresA truly meaningful song will always stand the test of time. It won’t ever age, and its impact will only grow stronger as the years go by. Moreover, its melody will spark the same kind of emotion regardless of the era. That sentiment holds true for Sevendust‘s tenth offering, Time Travelers & Bonfires [7Bros. Records/ADA Label Services].

For the album, the gold-selling hard rock stalwarts re-recorded six classic tracks acoustically and cut another six new acoustic numbers. Despite inception at different moments over nearly two decades, all twelve tracks converge upon one distinct journey.

It’s a ride that the Atlanta outfit—Lajon Witherspoon [lead vocals], Clint Lowery [lead guitar, backing vocals], John Connolly [rhythm guitar, backing vocals], Vince Hornsby [bass], and Morgan Rose [drums]—invited fans along for as well. Those same supporters have been urging Sevendust to cut an acoustic album since 2004′s live CD/DVD, Southside Acoustic Double-Wide.

“For the last ten years, people have been talking about it,” smiles Witherspoon. “They kept asking us to do a full record like that. So, we had to do something unique and very special for them.”

For the first time, they engaged their diehards via PledgeMusic. In the midst of supporting their ninth effort, 2013′s Black Out the Sun, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Hard Music Albums chart and #18 of the Top 200 Albums chart, the boys initiated a PledgeMusic campaign to fund what would eventually become Time Travelers & Bonfires. The response proved overwhelming, to say the least.

Within 60 days of a planned 130-day campaign, the band exceeded 155% percent of its goal, offering incentives ranging from dinner with the members to a jam session at a pledger’s home. The idea initially spawned from Connolly and Hornsby’s experience utilizing the platform to successfully fund the 2012 debut from their side project, Projected.

“That was the first time I got familiar with the whole idea of fan-funding,” recalls Connolly. “It worked out so well that it felt obvious to try for Sevendust. People get to buy in on the front end, and they get some killer exclusives in return. We were floored by the amount of support we received. At the end of the day, it’s about the fans. This gives them more power. They make us. We cut out all of the middle men and went right to crowd.”

“We’re a people’s band,” adds Lowery. “We’re very accessible. We’ve toured these same cities for almost twenty years, and we’ve become family with everyone who comes out to the shows. They have a tremendous amount of loyalty to us, and we wanted to bring them into the process of making the record.”

Rose says, “We got to see firsthand how much the people who support us really care. We’ve never taken them for granted. It was amazing to be able to do this record together with them. This is their record.”

The audience actually had the opportunity to choose which songs Sevendust would re-record via a poll on Facebook. As a result, they chose the six “classics” from the catalog that would appear acoustically when they hit Architekt Music Studios in Butler, New Jersey last December. Among those, their signature anthem and the set’s first single,”Black,” takes on a whole new life. Preserving the original’s intensity, the group transposes it into a hypnotic and haunting gem.

“That was literally the first song I ever wrote in 1993,” Connolly says. “It was demo number one before we were even Sevendust. It’s amazing that everyone wanted to hear it in this form. As far as we’ve gone and as many things as we’ve done, that one is the epitome of what Sevendust is. That’s the embryo and the nucleus. We built this from zero, and it’s incredible to revisit where everything began.”

Hornsby goes on, “It’s probably the song we’ve played the most out of our catalog. To do it acoustically shows the longevity and strength of it.”

Elsewhere on the record, “Come Down” begins with an ominous guitar before building into a soulful and soaring refrain from Witherspoon. The singer explains, “Everything came together easily. This one felt so natural. It’s dedicated to those people we’ve seen past. We want to see them again. It says, ‘Come on back until we’re all done, and then we’ll go back up together.’ Experience and live what we’re going through now.”

There’s also an extremely heartfelt tribute to Connolly’s recently deceased father within “The Wait.” It’s a song that speaks loudly to all of the members and anybody else who’s ever lost someone.

“I was thinking about my dad a lot,” he sighs. “I decided I would just write, and whatever comes out comes out. I wanted to channel him without trying. I initially wanted to sing it, but I couldn’t make it through. I showed it to the guys without telling them who it was about. They immediately loved it. Then, I told them the story after the fact. Lajon started crying when I said it was my dad’s song. It’s extremely personal, and my brothers hooked me up on it.”

“It’s such a heavy song,” agrees Lowery. “My father had passed too, and John and I shared that. It means a lot to both of us. There’s a therapeutic release that we shared.”

“That one gives me chills,” Rose adds. “I have a hard time listening to it. It reminds me of my own Nana. I think it’s the deepest and most emotional song we’ve ever written.”

The album title itself reflects its two halves, with the Time Travelers being the old songs and the Bonfires representing the new ones. Witherspoon explains, “When you play those old songs, it puts you back in that time and place mentally. They’re like Time Travelers. The Bonfires have that fresh and new fire. It’s a great juxtaposition.”

“We’re bringing the old songs into a new format,” claims Hornsby. “It’s like time traveling and breathing fresh life into something we’ve spent so much time with. Also, after all these years together, we are time travelers.”

Ultimately though, this is for that “family” who have been with Sevendust since day one. They gave the group three consecutive gold records starting with their self-titled 1997 debut and followed by 1999′s Home and 2001′s Animosity. They’ve packed sold-out shows around the globe, and they elevated the likes of their eighth offering Cold Day Memory in 2010 to a career-high chart position of #12 on the Billboard Top 200. Still, there’s more road to travel.

“We’re blessed to still be doing this,” Witherspoon leaves off. “We wanted to give everybody something to hold on to. I hope they enjoy it. It feels like a magical experience to me, and I just want to say, ‘Thank you.’”

RECORD EXCHANGE RECORD STORE DAY WEEKEND EVENTS

THURSDAY, APRIL 17
- St. Paul and the Broken Bones Record Store Day Weekend Kickoff In-store (presented by 94.9 FM The River and Boise Weekly) 6pm
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
Full event details HERE.

FRIDAY, APRIL 18
- RSD Exclusives Listening Party/‘Last Shop Standing’ film screening 6pm — free Payette Brewing Co. beer/Pie Hole pizza* and tons of raffle prizes, including drawings for the first five places in line on Record Store Day! Michael Bunnell, Record Exchange Owner, Executive Director of the Coalition of Independent Music Stores and Record Store Day Founding Board Member, will lead a Record Store Day Q&A at 6:30pm.
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
*While supplies last
Full event details HERE.

SATURDAY, APRIL 19
- 400 exclusives released — open 9am-10pm; Gift Shop opens at 8am for line. Free drip coffee & Guru Donuts (courtesy of New West Records)* 8-9am! The Record Exchange will stay open until 10pm on Record Store Day.
- Go Listen Boise buskers and bake sale on the sidewalk (10am-7pm)
- Pie Hole pizza for sale
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
*While supplies last
Full event details HERE.

SUNDAY, APRIL 20
- Sevendust new album signing 3pm — get a VIP line wristband with purchase of Time Travelers and Bonfires (out April 15).
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
Full event details HERE.

April 18th, 2014

RECORD STORE DAY 2014 AT THE RX!

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Here it is — the list of Record Store Day 2014 exclusives. More than 400 limited-edition pieces on vinyl, CD, cassette and other fun formats, all available at The Record Exchange on Saturday, April 19. Once they’re gone, they’re gone! [Full product descriptions and more album art available at recordstoreday.com]

RECORD EXCHANGE RECORD STORE DAY WEEKEND EVENTS

THURSDAY, APRIL 17
- St. Paul and the Broken Bones Record Store Day Weekend Kickoff In-store (presented by 94.9 FM The River and Boise Weekly) 6pm
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
Full event details HERE.

FRIDAY, APRIL 18
- RSD Exclusives Listening Party/‘Last Shop Standing’ film screening 6pm — free Payette Brewing Co. beer/Pie Hole pizza* and tons of raffle prizes, including drawings for the first five places in line on Record Store Day! Michael Bunnell, Record Exchange Owner, Executive Director of the Coalition of Independent Music Stores and Record Store Day Founding Board Member, will lead a Record Store Day Q&A at 6:30pm.
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
*While supplies last
Full event details HERE.

SATURDAY, APRIL 19
- 400 exclusives released — open 9am-10pm; Gift Shop opens at 8am for line. Free drip coffee & Guru Donuts (courtesy of New West Records)* 8-9am! The Record Exchange will stay open until 10pm on Record Store Day.
- Go Listen Boise buskers and bake sale on the sidewalk (10am-7pm)
- Pie Hole pizza for sale
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
*While supplies last
Full event details HERE.

SUNDAY, APRIL 20
- Sevendust new album signing 3pm — get a VIP line wristband with purchase of Time Travelers and Bonfires (out April 15).
- 20% off used CDs, vinyl, DVD/Blu-ray and cassettes!
- Free bicycle parking provided by Boise Bicycle Project
Full event details HERE.

FULL LIST OF RECORD STORE DAY EXCLUSIVES

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Side By Side Series
7″ vinyl

The Allman Brothers
Selections from: Play All Night: Live at the Beacon Theatre 1992
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin
Songs from Common Ground
12″ Vinyl

American Authors/The Mowglis
“In A Big Country”/”You Make My Dreams Come True”
7″ vinyl

Albert Ammons
“Boogie Woogie Stomp”/”Boogie Woogie Blues”
12″ Vinyl

Anamanaguchi
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (Original Videogame Soundtrack)
12″ vinyl LP

The Animals
The Animals EP
10″ vinyl

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Atmosphere
The Lake Nokomis Maxi Single
12″ Vinyl

Autumn Defense/Josh Rouse
Sentimental Lady /Trouble
7″ vinyl

Joan Baez
Blessed Are
2 X 12″ Vinyl LP

Bastille
Of The Night Picture Disc
10″ vinyl

Beauregarde
Testify
7″ vinyl

Between The Buried and Me
Colors Live
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Big Mama Thornton
Sassy Mama
12″ Vinyl LP

David Bowie
1984 picture disc
7″ vinyl

Charles Bradley
I Hope You Find The Good Life
12″ vinyl

Brian Jonestown Massacre/The Magic Castles
Split 12″
12″ Vinyl

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Broken Bells
Holdin’ On For Life
12″ Vinyl

Jake Bugg
Live From Silver Platters
12″ Vinyl

Jake Bugg
Live From Silver Platters CD

Built To Spill
Ultimate Alternative Wavers
12″ Vinyl LP

Cage The Elephant
Take It Or Leave It
7″ vinyl

Eric Carmen
Brand New Year/Starting Over
7″ vinyl

Chiodos
R2ME2/Let Me Get You A Towel
7″ vinyl

Chocolate Milk
Action Speaks Louder Than Words
12″ Vinyl LP

Christian Death
The Edward Colver Edition
7″ vinyl

Eric Church
The Outsiders
12″ Vinyl LP

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CHVRCHES
Recover EP
12″ vinyl

Circa Survive/Sunny Day Real Estate
Split 7″
7″ vinyl

The Civil Wars
Live at Eddie’s Attic
12″ Vinyl

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Clutch/Lionize
Split 7”
7″ vinyl

Coldplay
Midnight Atlantic
7″ vinyl

Sam Cooke
Ain’t That Good News
12″ Vinyl LP

Creedence Clearwater Revival
The 1969 Singles
10″ vinyl

Cults
Upstairs at United
12″ Vinyl

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The Cure/Dinosaur Jr.
Side By Side Series
7″ vinyl

Cut Copy
In These Arms of Love/Like Any Other Day
10″ vinyl

Dave Matthews Band
Live Trax Vol. 4
4 X 12″ Vinyl LP box set

Dawes/Conor Oberst
Split 7″
7″ vinyl

Death Cab For Cutie Featuring Magik*Magik Orchestra
Live 2012
2 x 12″ vinyl LP

Deer Tick
Eel Bowel
7″ vinyl

Deerhoof & Ceramic Dog
Split 7”
7″ vinyl

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DEVO
Live At Max’s Kansas City-November 15, 1977
12″ Vinyl LP

DEVO
Butch Devo and the Sundance Gig
12” Vinyl LP/DVD

Devo/The Flaming Lips
Side By Side Series
7″ vinyl

Disclosure
Apollo
12″ Vinyl

rsd 8

The Doors
Weird Scenes Inside The Goldmine
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Dream Theater
Illumination Theory
12″ Vinyl picture disc

The Dresden Dolls
The Dresden Dolls
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Drive-By Truckers
The Dragon Pants
10″ vinyl

rsd 9

Steve Earle
Townes: The Basics
12″ Vinyl LP

The Everly Brothers
Songs Our Daddy Taught Us
12″ Vinyl LP

The Everly Brothers
Roots
12″ Vinyl LP

Ex-Cult
Ties You Up/New Virtues
7″ vinyl

Fishbone
Fishbone
12″ vinyl LP

rsd 10

The Flaming Lips
7 Skies H3
12″ Vinyl LP

Fleetwood Mac
Dragonfly/The Purple Dancer
7″ vinyl

Foals
Live at Royal Albert Hall
12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 11

Frightened Rabbit
Live From Criminal Records
12″ Vinyl

Jerry Garcia
Garcia
12” Vinyl LP

The Glitch Mob
Drink The Sea/We Can Make The…
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP plus bonus 10”

Gram Parsons
180 Gram: Alternate Takes from GP and GrievousnAngel
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 12

Grateful Dead
Live at Hampton Coliseum
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Green Day
Demolicious
Cassette

Green Day
Demolicious
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Green Day
Demolicious
CD

Norman Greenbaum
Spirit in the Sky
12″ Vinyl LP

Haim
Forever
12″ Vinyl

Grant Hart
Every Everything/Something Something
Vinyl LP/DVD

Oliver Hart
The Many Faces of Oliver Hart or: How Eye One the Write Too Think
3 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Donny Hathaway
Live At The Bitter End 1971
2 x 12″ LP

Mayer Hawthorne/Shintaro
Sakamoto Wine Glass Woman/In A Phantom
7″ vinyl

rsd 13

Husker Du
Candy Apple Grey
12″ Vinyl LP

Ice T
Greatest Hits
12″ Vinyl LP

Chuck Inglish, Mac Miller & Ab-Soul
Easily
7″ vinyl

Chuck Inglish & Action Bronson
Gametime
7″ vinyl

Chuck Inglish & Chance The Rapper
Glame
7″ vinyl

Chuck Inglish & Chromeo
Legs
7″ vinyl

J Spaceman & Kid Millions
Live at La Poisson Lounge
12″ Vinyl

Jay-Z/Linkin Park
Collision Course
12″ Vinyl LP

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth
12″ Vinyl LP

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
She’s On It/Jack The Ripper
12″ Vinyl

Joy Division
An Ideal For Living
12″ Vinyl

The Julie Ruin
Brightside/In The Picture
7″ vinyl

Stephen John Kalinich
A World of Peace Must Come
12” Vinyl LP

Karma To Burn
Karma To Burn
12″ Vinyl LP

Katatonia
Kocytean
12″ Vinyl

rsd 14

Jorma Kaukonen
Quah
12″ Vinyl LP

Kings of Leon
Wait for Me
7″ vinyl

Lake Street Dive
What I’m Doing Here/Wedding Band
7″ vinyl

Ray LaMontagne
Supernova
7″ vinyl

Langhorne Slim & The Law
Animal
7″ vinyl

The Last Internationale
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Indian Blood
7″ vinyl

Hamilton Leithauser
Alexandra b/w In the Shadows
7″ vinyl

Meade “Lux” Lewis
“Melancholy”/”Solitude”
12″ Vinyl

Link Wray
Slinky/Rendezvous
7″ vinyl

The Litter
Action Woman/A Legal Matter
7″ vinyl

Little Dragon
Klapp Klapp
12” Vinyl

Charles Lloyd
Live at Slug’s In the Far East
12″ Vinyl

Machine Head
Killers & Kings
10″ vinyl

Man Man
The Man in Turban With Blue Face
12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 15

Mastodon
Live at Brixton
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Jim McCarty (of The Yardbirds)
Frontman
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

MKTO
Classic
7″ vinyl

Wes Montgomery & The Montgomery-Johnson Quintet
Wes Montgomery & The Montgomery-Johnson Quintet
10″ vinyl

Wes Montgomery & The Montgomery-Johnson Quintet
Live At The Turf Club
10″ vinyl

Motorhead
Aftershock
12″ Vinyl LP

Mudhoney
On Top
12″ Vinyl LP

Randy Newman
Randy Newman
12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 16

Nirvana
“Pennyroyal Tea”/”I Hate Myself and Want To Die”
7″ vinyl

The Notorious B.I.G.
Life After Death
3 x 12″ Vinyl LP

The Notwist
Run Run Run
10″ vinyl

Oasis
Supersonic
12″ Vinyl

Conor Oberst
Hundreds of Ways/Fast Friends
7″ vinyl

rsd 17

Of Montreal
Jigsaw Puzzle
7″ vinyl

Of Montreal
Satanic Panic 10th Anniversary
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

OFF!
Learn To Obey
7″ vinyl

William Onyeabor
What?!
2 x 12″ vinyl LP

Opeth
Watershed
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

The Orwells
The Righteous One
12″ Vinyl

Ozric Tentacles
Sploosh!
12″ Vinyl

rsd 18

Jimmy Page & The Black Crowes
Live At The Greek
3 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Paramore
Ain’t It Fun
12″ Vinyl

Dolly Parton
Blue Smoke
7″ vinyl

Katy Perry
Prism Picture
12” Picture Disc

rsd 19

Pinback
Pinback
12″ Vinyl LP

Pissed Jeans
The Very Best of Sub Pop
12″ Vinyl

The Pogues
Live With Joe Strummer
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Poison Idea/Pantera
Side By Side Series
7″ vinyl

Pussy Galore
Pussy Gold 5000
12″ Vinyl

Quantic
You Will Return
7″ vinyl

Ramblin’ Jack Elliott
Jack Elliott
12″ Vinyl LP

The Ramones
Meltdown With The Ramones
10″ Vinyl

rsd 20

Otis Redding
Pain In My Heart
12″ Vinyl LP

Alexander Robotnick
Vintage Robotnick
12″ Vinyl LP

Rockabye Baby!
Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of David Bowie
12″ Vinyl LP

RPM Turntable Football
A Two Player Game Played at 33 1/3 RPM
12″ Vinyl

Bobby Rush
Upstairs at United
12″ Vinyl

Skrillex
Recess Cassette

Slipknot
Vol 3: The Subliminal Verses
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

The Sonics/Mudhoney
Bad Bettie/I Like It Small
7″ vinyl

rsd 21

Soundgarden
Superunknown: The Singles
5 x 10″ vinyl box set

Spanish Gold
Out On The Street
7″ vinyl

Ronnie Spector & The E Street Band
Say Goodbye To Hollywood/Baby Please Don’t Go
7″ vinyl

Regina Spektor
You’ve Got Time
7″ vinyl

Bruce Springsteen
American Beauty
12″ vinyl

The Standells
Dirty Water/Twitchin’
7″ vinyl

The Sunrays
Our Leader/Won’t You Tell Me
7″ vinyl

rsd 22

Tame Impala
Live Versions
Vinyl LP

Tears for Fears
Ready Boys & Girls
10″ vinyl

The The
Giant
12″ Vinyl

Type O Negative
Slow, Deep and Hard
12″ Vinyl LP

Chad Vangaalen
I Want You Back
7″ vinyl

Various Artists
The Folk Box 50th Anniversary
4 X 12″ Vinyl box set

Various Artists
The Space Project
CD

Various Artists
The Space Project
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Electroconvulsive Therapy Vol. 2
12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 23

Various Artists
The Muppet Movie
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
The Newport Folk Festival 1963-The Evening Concerts, Vol. 1
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Live From High Fidelity Podcast: The Best of the Podcast Performances
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Sun Records Curated by Record Store Day (Volume 1)
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Rough Guide To Psychedelic Bollywood
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Rough Guide To Voodoo
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Rough Guide To African Blues
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Rough Guide To Latin Rare Groove (Vol 1)
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Rough Guide To Mali (2nd Edition)
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
The Wizard of Oz: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
12” Vinyl LP

Velvet Underground
Loaded
12″ Vinyl LP

Veruca Salt
Veruca Salt
7″ vinyl

rsd 24

Vitamin String Quartet
Vitamin String Quartet Performs Weezer’s Pinkerton
12″ Vinyl LP

Butch Walker
End Of The World (One More Time)/Battle vs. The War
10″ vinyl

Doc Watson
Southbound
12″ Vinyl LP

White Denim
A Place To Start (Jamie Lidell remix)
7″ vinyl

The Wild Feathers
Got It Wrong/Marie
7″ vinyl

Hank Williams
The Garden Spot Programs, 1950
10″ vinyl

James Williamson
Open Up And Bleed/Give Me Some Skin
7″ vinyl

The Yardbirds
Little Games
12″ Vinyl LP

rsd 25

Frank Zappa
“Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow”/”Down In De Dew”
7″ vinyl

Zedd
“Find You” Turn Up Your Night Edition
12″ Vinyl

The Zombies
I Love You
12″ Vinyl LP

The Zombies
Odyssey and Oracle
12″ Vinyl LP

THE RELEASES ON THIS LIST ARE REGIONAL OR VERY SMALL RUNS

††† (Crosses)
† (One) (Red/Pink Vinyl)
10″ vinyl

††† (Crosses)
†† (Two) (Blue Vinyl)
10″ vinyl

††† (Crosses)
††† (Three) (Yellow Vinyl)
10″ vinyl

Adventure Club
Calling All Heroes
12″ Vinyl

Agitation Free
Shibuya Nights
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Aillacara 2743
No Mate/Para La Libertad
7″ vinyl

Alvarius B / Sir Richard Bishop
If You Don’t Like It.. DON’T!
12″ Vinyl LP

August Burns Red
Thrill Seeker
12″ Vinyl LP

Autistic Behavior
Shattered Cattle
12″ Vinyl LP

Badbadnotgood
Can’t Leave The Night/Sustain
12″ Vinyl

Bardo Pond
Looking For Another Place
12″ Vinyl

Bayside
Time Has Come
7″ vinyl

Drake Bell
I Won’t Stand In Your Way
7″ vinyl

Betty Who
Heartbreak Dream
7″ vinyl

Bis
Data Panik Etcetera
12″ Vinyl LP

Black Lips
Funny
7″ vinyl

Black Milk
Glitches In The Break
12″ Vinyl

Blitzen Trapper
“Hold On”/”On A Dime Woman”
7″ vinyl

Blue Rodeo
Diamond Mine
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Bonobo
Get Thy Bearings – Late Night Tales
10″ vinyl

Breadwinner
Burner
12″ Vinyl LP

Jon Brion
Paranorman Official Soundtrack
2×12″ Vinyl LP

Buried Alive
The Death of Your Perfect World
12″ Vinyl LP

Cake
Cake Vinyl Box Set
8 x 12″ Vinyl box set

Camera Obscura
4AD Session
12″ Vinyl

Camp Sophisto
Songs in the Praise of Revolution
7″ vinyl

Cardinal
Cardinal
12″ Vinyl LP

Neko Case & Jason Lytle
Satellite of Love Brink
7″ vinyl

Centro-matic
Redo The Stacks
12″ Vinyl LP

Dillard Chandler
The End Of An Old Song
12″ Vinyl LPs

Close Your Eyes
Prepackaged Hope
7″ vinyl

College
Northern Council
12″ Vinyl LP

Creepoid
Wet
12″ Vinyl

Dan Croll
Hello My Baby
10″ vinyl

Crystal Antlers
We All Gotta Die
7″ vinyl

DeLux
Life in Time Gets Narrow/Marquee Moon
7″ vinyl

Brett Dennen
Live at Amoeba
CD

Dessa
Castor The Twin
12″ Vinyl LP

Dillinger, Trinity, Wayne Wade, Al Campbell, Junior Tamlin
Five Man Army
12″ Vinyl

Django Django
The Porpoise Song – Late Night Tales
7″ vinyl

The Dodos
Yours Truly Session
7″ vinyl

Earth Crisis
Gomorrah’s Season Ends
12″ Vinyl LP

Eric B. & Rakim
Paid in Full
7″ vinyl

Dana Falconberry
Public Hi-Fi Sessions 02
12″ Vinyl

Fang/Symbol Six
Split
12″ Vinyl

Fenech-Soler
Fenech-Soler Remix EP
12″ Vinyl

Sky Ferreira
Night Time, My Time Picture Disc
12″ Picture Disc

Nico Fidenco
Emanuelle Perche’ Violenza Alle Donne? aka The Violation Of Emanuelle Death Waltz
12” Vinyl LP

The Field
From Here We Go Sublime
12″ Vinyl LP

Five Finger Death Punch
Purgatory: Tales From The Pit
12″ Vinyl LP

Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band
Solar Live 11.15.13
12″ Vinyl LP

Mary Gauthier/Sam Baker
When A Woman Goes Cold/Ditch
7″ vinyl

Ghoul
Hang Ten
12″ Vinyl

Gojira
The Way of All Flesh
12″ Vinyl LP

Dot Hacker
Whatever You Want
7″ vinyl

Half Japanese Volume #1 1981-87
3 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Mayer Hawthorne
Jaded Inc.
10″ vinyl

Heatmiser
Dead Air
Cassette

Heatmiser
Cop & Speeder
Cassette

Heatmiser
Yellow No. 5
Cassette

Heavens To Betsy
Calculated
12″ Vinyl LP

David Hess
The Last House on the Left Soundtrack
12″ Vinyl LP

Hillsong United
The White Album (Remix Project)
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Julia Holter
Don’t Make Me Over
7″ vinyl

Howlin Rain/The Donkeys
Easy Sound #3
7″ vinyl

The Idle Race
The Birthday Party
12″ Vinyl LP

Frank Iero
For Jamia
7″ vinyl

Il sogno del marinaio
Mud Puddle/We Come To Learn
7″ vinyl

Insurgence DC
True To Life/Man In Black
7″ vinyl

Gregory Isaacs
Mr. Know It All / War Of The Stars
12″ Vinyl

The J’s/Sandy Barber
When Did You Stop” b/w “I Think I’ll Do Some Stepping On My Own” (Al Kent Disco Mixes)
12”

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
MILLIONS: Live In Denver
12″ Vinyl LP

The JB’s
Food For Thought: The Get On Down Edition
12″ Vinyl LP

Waylon Jennings/Sanford Clark
Zia Records Presents: Audio Recorders Archive Vol. 1
7″ Vinyl

Glenn Jones
Welcomed Wherever I Go
12″ Vinyl

July
July
12″ Vinyl LP

Jungle Rot
Kill On Command
12″ Vinyl LP

Khruangbin
A Calf Born In Winter/The Rehearsal That Never Happened – Late Night Tales
7″ vinyl

Kodaline
Coming Up
7″ vinyl

KORN
The Paradigm Shift Picture Disc
12” Vinyl LP

Fela Ransome Kuti & His Koola
Se E Tun De/Waka Waka
7″ vinyl

La Coka Nostra
Mind Your Business
7″ vinyl

Jon Langford & Skull Orchard
Days & Nights
7″ vinyl

Roy Lanham
My Adobe Hacienda/Lanham Boogie
7″ vinyl

Liars
Mess on a Mission
12″ Vinyl

Life Without Buildings
Any Other City
12″ Vinyl LP

Lydia Loveless
Mile High/Blind
7″ vinyl

David Lynch
The Air Is On Fire
12″ vinyl LP

Tayla Lynn
Coal Dust/Honky Tonk Girl (Feat. Loretta Lynn)
7″ vinyl

Clint Mansell
In The Wall
Vinyl LP

Jessica Lea Mayfield
Make My Head Sing
Cassette

Meadownoise
It’s 4:00
7″ vinyl

Sam Means
Blue Jeans
7″ vinyl

Mel (Produced by Black Milk)
Burning Stones
12″ Vinyl LP

Memphis May Fire
The Hollow
12″ Vinyl LP

Middle Class Rut
Factories & Indians
7″ vinyl

Jenks Miller/James Toth
Roads To Ruin
12″ Vinyl LP

Mobius Strip
Palabras Podridas
7″ vinyl

The Moles
Flashbacks and Dream Sequences: The Story of the Moles
12″ Vinyl LP

Pharoahe Monch
Get Down
7″ vinyl

John Morales
John Morales presents M&M Mixes: Inner Life / Salsoul Orchestra
12” vinyl

Mark Mulcahy
Fathering
12″ Vinyl LP

Peter Murphy
Hang Up
7″ vinyl

NAWA
Ancient Sufi Invocations and Forgotten Songs from Aleppo
12″ Vinyl LP

Neon Neon
Years of Lead
12″ Vinyl

O’ Level
Pseudo Punk
12″ Vinyl LP

John Oates
Stone Cold Love/Close PS
7″ vinyl

Oneohtrix Point Never
Commissions I
12″ Vinyl LP

Johnny Osbourne
Give a Little Love
12″ Vinyl

Pagans
What’s This Shit 1977/1979
12″ Vinyl LP

Doug Paisley
Growing Souls
7″ vinyl

Papercuts/Rodrigo Amarante
Easy Sound #1
7″ vinyl

Parquet Courts
Sunbathing Animal
7″ vinyl

Nina Persson
Sometimes The End
7″ vinyl

Nicola Piovani
l Profumo Della Signora In Nero aka The Perfume Of The Lady In Black
Vinyl LP

Placebo (Belgium)
1973
12″ Vinyl LP

Placebo (Belgium)
Ball Of Eyes
12″ Vinyl LP

Placebo (Belgium)
Placebo
12″ Vinyl LP

Power Glove
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
12″ Vinyl LP

Public Enemy
Evil Empire of Everything
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Pujol
Circles
7″ vinyl

R.E.M.
Unplugged: The Complete 1991 and 2001 Sessions
4 x 12″ vinyl LP box set

Radkey
9 Lives At The 100 Club
Cassette

Red Temple Spirits
Dancing To Restore An Eclipsed Moon
12″ Vinyl LP

Red Temple Spirits
If Tomorrow I Were Leaving For Lhasa, I Wouldn’t Stay A Minute More…
12″ Vinyl LP

Walter Rizzati
1990 I Guerrieri Del Bronx aka The Bronx Warriors
Vinyl LP

Rodio G.A.
Delta Space Mission
10″ vinyl

Roots Radics
Scientist Meets The Roots Radics
12″ Vinyl LP

Nino Rota
Amarcord (Soundtrack to 1973 Fellini film)
12″ Vinyl LP

Sam Roberts Band
We’re All In This Together/Shapeshifters
7″ vinyl

Saturday Looks Good To Me
Love Will Find You
12″ Vinyl LP

Saturday Looks Good To Me
Saturday Looks Good To Me
12″ Vinyl LP

Scharpling & Wurster
Rock, Rot & Rule
12″ Vinyl LP

School of Seven Bells
Put Your Sad Down
12″ Vinyl

Shocking Blue
Send Me A Postcard / Harley Davidson
7″ vinyl

Siriusmo & Anstam
Jaja/Muckefuck
10″ vinyl

Omar Souleyman
Jazeera Nights: Folk & Pop Sounds of Syria
12″ Vinyl LP

Southern Culture on the Skids
Party at My Trouse
7″ vinyl

Spacemen 3
Translucent Flashbacks
3 x 12″ Vinyl

The Specials
Sock It To Em J.B./Rat Race
7″ vinyl

Spoon
Loveways
12″ Vinyl

Wesley Stace
Ovid In Exile
12″ Vinyl LP

Harry Dean Stanton
Partly Fiction
7″ vinyl

Max Steiner
King Kong (Original 1933 Motion Picture Score)
7″ vinyl

The Stranglers
Peaches/Go Buddy Go
7″ vinyl

Strife
In This Defiance
12″ Vinyl LP

Moses Sumney
Scratch The Surface/Forlorn Fantasy
7″ vinyl

Sun Ra
Outer Spaceware
12″ Vinyl LP

Surfer Blood
Pythons Demos
12″ Vinyl LP

Teeth of the Sea
A Field In England: Reimagined
12″ Vinyl LP

The Thing
Boot EP
7″ vinyl

Throwing Snow
Mosaic VIPs
12″ Vinyl

Imarhan Timbuktu
Akal Waried
12″ Vinyl LP

TORRES/Motel Beds
The Harshest Light
7″ vinyl

Alexander Tucker
Alexander Tucker
12″ Vinyl LP

The UN
UN or U Out
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Non Violent Femmes
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Misra Records 15 Years: Adventures in Obstinacy
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Faux Real
12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
If 2.0
3 x 12″ LP

Various Artists
Pop Yeh Yeh – Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia 1964-1970: Vol. 1
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
The Space Project
5 x 7″ vinyl box set

Various Artists
The End of All Music Presents… The End of All Music
Cassette

Various Artists
Dance Mania EP
12″ Vinyl

Various Artists
Breaking Glass: Garage Rock From Toledo, Ohio
12” Vinyl LP

Vetiver/Eric D. Johnson
Easy Sound #2
7″ vinyl

Villagers
Occupy Your Mind
7″ vinyl

We Must Dismantle All This
Decathect
12″ Vinyl LP/zine

Paul Weller
Brand New Toy
7″ vinyl

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Transcriptions
12″ Vinyl LP

Johnny Winter
Live Bootleg Special Edition
12″ Vinyl LP

Duane Wittman
Vesti La Glubba
7″ Vinyl

Xiu Xiu
Unclouded Sky
12″ Vinyl

Young Jessie
Don’t Happen No More
12″ Vinyl LP

Alexiz Zoumbas
A Lament for Epirus 1926-1928
12″ Vinyl LP

THE RELEASES ON THIS LIST ARE EXCLUSIVE ON RECORD STORE DAY BUT WILL BE RELEASED TO OTHER RETAILERS IN THE FUTURE

311
311
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

311
Evolver
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Aerosmith
Draw The Line
12″ Vinyl LP

Aerosmith
Night In the Ruts
12” Vinyl LP

Aerosmith
Rocks
12″ vinyl LP

Aerosmith
Rock in A Hard Place
12″ vinyl LP

Black Angels
Clear Lake Forest
10″ vinyl EP

Black Prairie
Fortune
12″ Vinyl LP

Bok Bok
Come Back to Me/Misfit
7″ vinyl

Bored Games
Who Killed Colonel Mustard
12″ vinyl EP

Botch
Redux
12″ Vinyl LP

Hollis Brown
Hollis Brown Gets Loaded
12″ Vinyl LP

Johnny Cash
With His Hot and Blue Guitar
12″ Vinyl LP

Cave In
LP & Rarities
12″ Vinyl LP

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
West of Memphis–The Score
12″ Vinyl LP

Michael Chapman
Playing Guitar The Easy Way
12” Vinyl LP

Childish Gambino
Because the Internet
12″ Vinyl LP

Cosmetics
Olympia… Plus
12″ vinyl LP

Court Yard Hounds
Amelita
12″ Vinyl LP

Dinosaur, Jr.
Visitors
5 x 7″ vinyl box set with book

Fear of Men
Loom
12″ Vinyl LP

Point and Light
10″ vinyl EP

Garbage
Girls Talk
10″ vinyl EP

Jimi Hendrix
Live at Monterey
12″ Vinyl LP

Wanda Jackson
Windy City Redux
7″ vinyl

Rick James
“You and I”/”Fire and Desire”
12″ Vinyl

Shooter Jennings & Hierophant
The Magic
7″ vinyl

Waylon Jennings & Shooter Jennings
Fenixon
12″ vinyl LP

Ron Jeremy
Understanding and Appreciating Classical Music With Ron Jeremy
7″ vinyl

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
Dap-Dippin’ (remastered)
12″ Vinyl LP

Khlyst
Chaos Is My Name
12″ Vinyl LP

Phillip King
Skylon
7″ vinyl

Wayne Kramer & The Lexington Arts Ensemble
Lexington
12″ Vinyl LP

LCD Soundsystem
The Long Goodbye (LCD Soundsystem Live At Madison Square Garden)
5 X12″ Vinyl Box Set

Henry Mancini
Soundtrack to Pink Panther
12″ vinyl LP

Dean Martin
Dream With Dean
12″ vinyl LP

Mazzy Star
I’m Less Here
7″ vinyl

Medicine
Part Time Punks Live
12″ vinyl EP

MGMT
Oracular Spectacular
12″ vinyl LP

MGMT
Congratulations
12″ Vinyl LP

Milk N Cookies
Not Enough Girls/Nots
7″ vinyl

One Direction
Midnight Memories
7″ vinyl

Outkast
SOUTHERNPLAYALISTICADILLACMUZIK
12″ vinyl LP

Ray Parker, Jr.
Ghostbusters
10″ vinyl EP

Jaco Pastorius
Modern American Music…Period! (The Criteria Tapes)
CD

Jaco Pastorius
Modern American Music…Period! (The Criteria Tapes)
12″ Vinyl LP

Phosphorescent
Song for Zula
12″ vinyl EP

The Pixies
Indie Cindy
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Pretty Lights
The Hidden Shades
2 x 10” EP

Public Enemy
It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
12″ Vinyl LP

Semi Precious Weapons
Aviation
12″ Vinyl LP

The Snow
Memory Loss/Joy of Life
7″ vinyl

Jill Sobule
Dottie’s Charms
12″ vinyl LP

Songs: Ohia
Journey On: Collected Singles
12″ Vinyl LP

Thievery Corporation
Untitled
7″ vinyl

Various Artists
Dunedin Double
2 x 12″ Vinyl LP

Various Artists
Todo Muere Vol. 4
12″ vinyl LP

Various Artists
South Side Story
CD

Various Artists
South Side Story
12″ vinyl LP

Whirlwind Heat
Do Rabbits Wonder?
12″ Vinyl LP