Record Store Day is like a holiday to many music fans and avid collectors of vinyl. Record Store Day Black Friday is like having a bonus holiday. On November 23rd the following releases will be available exclusively at independent record stores around the country. For the complete list click here.
A Perfect Circle – “So Long, And Thanks for All the Fish” 7-inch single – This features a cover of AC/DC’s “Dog Eat Dog.” on the B-side.
Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland triple LP – This is the first vinyl release of the band’s concert video record in February 2017.
Collective Soul – Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid LP – It’s the first vinyl pressing of the band’s debut album, which includes the smash “Shine.”
Chris Cornell – “When Bad Does Good” 7-inch single – This is backed by Temple of the Dog’s “Stargazer (Live at the Paramount).”
Dio – Holy Diver Live at 35 12-inch single – The A-side features the song recorded live at Donington in 1983 with the studio version of “Electra” on the B-side.
Garbage – “Destroying Angels” 7-inch single – The A-side is a song co-written with Exene Cervenka and John Doe of X, with the B-side a cover of “Starman” by David Bowie.
Guns n’ Roses – “Shadow of Your Love” 7-inch single – This single was first available as part of the Locked ‘n’ Loaded box set.
Judas Priest – Rocka Rolla LP – The band’s debut album is back in print.
Tom Morello – The Atlas Underground Instrumentals double LP – Listen to all of Morello’s solo album with no vocals.
Rage Against the Machine – Live & Rare double LP – This is the first vinyl pressing of the 1997 collection that was initially only out in Japan.
Stone Sour – Stone Sour LP – Their debut album remastered with a bonus live CD recorded in 2002.
Stone Temple Pilots – Live 2018 LP – A live album recorded during the band’s 2018 tour featuring new lead singer Jeff Gutt.
Sublime – Greatest Hits LP – It comes with a bonus flexi-disc featuring the song “All You Need (Live at the Palace).”
U2 – Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me 12-inch single – There’s a remastered version of the 1995 song from Batman Forever along with “The Gotham Experience Remix” with vocals by Gavin Friday and Arcade Fire’s Regine Chassagne.