Black Friday 2011: For Those Who Missed Out

Black Friday 2011 / For Sale / News / November 29, 2011

Several of the Black Friday exclusive records can be purchased on various sites now. To pick up John Lennon’s “Imagine,” in a 40th anniversary special edition, you can click here. You can pick up the 180-gram, 2xLP set for $79.99. At Amazon, a merchant is selling it for $65.99, here. The vinyl is limited to 5,000 copies.

Pink Floyd’s singles box set, which includes cuts from “The Wall,” is available here, for around $60. The singles include the original artwork, a poster and are individually numbered. Sound Stage Direct is selling the set, here, for $65. The set is limited to 7,500 copies.

For $135, you can pick up “The Early Vinyl,” box set from Kings of Leon. The set is available here, and it includes “Youth and Young Manhood,” “Aha Shake Heartbreak,” “Because of the Times” and “Rarely.” The set is limited to 3,250 copies.

The reissue of “Blood Sugar Sex Magik,” an early work from Red Hot Chili Peppers is on sale here, for $30. The Amazon version will not be released until December 13th.The vinyl is limited to 5,170 copies.

The Beatles also released a singles box set for Black Friday, which you can pick up here, for $64.99. There are 10,000 copies of the set in the United States.

You can get Iron and Wine’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic,” here, for $22.99. The vinyl includes a bonus CD with extra tracks from KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic show.

You can get the Nirvana singles box set, here, for $60. The box set includes all the singles from the landmark record, “Nevermind.”

Chris Cornell’s “Songbook,” is available here, for $34.99. The 180-gram, 2xLP is a collection of songs from his live Songbook tour and is limited to 2,000 copies.

Finally, you can get The Black Keys’ “Lonely Boy/Run Right Back” here for $12.99.

Of course several of these may still be available at your local record store. If possible, support the local shop and pick up what you may have missed out on during the Black Friday madness.

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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