Release Day: November 13th

Releases / November 10, 2012

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The Beatles — Stereo Vinyl Box Set

Capitol Records

Includes 14 albums from the landmark group, all pressed on 180-gram vinyl. Packaged in box set, with insight into how each of the albums were remastered. Also features 250 page book.

The Beatles — With The Beatles

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Beatles For Sale

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed to 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — A Hard Day’s Night

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Rubber Soul

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — The White Album

Capitol Records

2xLP set is remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Let It Be

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Revolver

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Magical Mystery Tour

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Yellow Submarine

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Past Masters

Capitol Records

2xLP set has been remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Abbey Road

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Help!

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

The Beatles — Please Please Me

Capitol Records

Remastered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

Soundgarden — King Animal

Universal Republic

Pressed in 2xLP, 180-gram set. Also available through the band’s webstore.

Lana Del Rey — Paradise

Interscope Records

Single LP pressing of 8-track album.

Green Day — Dos!

Reprise Records

Single LP pressing of second in the band’s trilogy of albums. Also will be available through Hot Topic on exclusive blue vinyl (limited to 1,500).

Guided By Voices — Bears For Lunch

Guided By Voices

Single LP pressing. Third album of 2012 from the group.

Punchline — So Nice To Meet You

Paper + Plastick Records

Pressed on transparent red vinyl (limited to 261) and on transparent blue vinyl (limited to 239). First time the EP has been available on vinyl.

Lust For Youth — Growing Seeds

Sacred Bones Records

Available on either standard vinyl or deluxe vinyl, which is hand-numbered and features hand-screened packaging (limited to 150).

Adele — Skyfall

Columbia Records

7″ single featuring Adele’s theme song to the latest James Bond adventure.

Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch — The Mystery Of Heaven

Sacred Bones Records

Available on standard vinyl or deluxe vinyl, which is hand-numbered and features hand-screened sleeve (limited to 200).

Never Shout Never — Indigo

Antique Records

Cassette release of new album. Available on blue foil (limited to 20); on royal blue (limited to 30); and on black (limited to 50). Three color bundle packages still available.

Monster Truck — Don’t Fuck With The Truck

Dine Alone Records

Pressed on black vinyl (limited to 500) and includes The Brown EP (2012) and their self-titled debut release (2011).

Antidote — No Peace In Our Time

Bridge Nine Records

Pressed on black vinyl and on opaque red vinyl.

Sonic Youth — Smart Bar: Chicago 1985

Goofin’ Records

The 2xLP set “consists of much of Bad Moon Rising and early performances of Secret Girl + Expressway to Yr Skull later to be released on EVOL, as well as a rare never before released live rendition of Kat ‘N’ Hat.”

From Indian Lakes — Able Bodies

Twenty Three

Pressed on limited colored vinyl (color not revealed). Also available in bundle packages.

Girl Talk — Secret Diary

Illegal Art

Pressed on picture disc featuring the album artwork. Released as part of album’s 10-year anniversary.

Go Radio — Close The Distance

Fearless Records

Pressed on orange crush vinyl and on blue vinyl (limited to 500).

Clinic — Free Reign

Domino Records

Available on standard black vinyl.

Jowls — Cursed

Tiny Engines Records

Pressed on black vinyl (limited to 100); on clear with black smoke vinyl (limited to 125); on opaque green vinyl (limited to 125); and on opaque blue vinyl (limited to 150).

Run Forever — Settling

Tiny Engines Records

Pressed on several variations of 12? vinyl, with 100 copies on opaque green; 125 on opaque pink; 125 on opaque blue; and 150 on white with black smoke.

Marine Electric — Restrained Joy

Unbuckled Records

Pressed on black vinyl and limited to 300 copies.

Animal Collective — Applesauce

Domino Records

10″ single includes title track and non-album song.

How To Destory Angels — An Omen

Columbia Records

Trent Reznor’s project with his wife Mariqueen Maandig and Atticus Ross. Six track EP being pressed on 12″ vinyl.

Gifts From Enola — A Healthy Fear

The Mylene Sheath

2xLP set pressed on translucent yellow with navy blue haze vinyl (limited to 100); on navy blue vinyl (limited to 300); and on light blue vinyl (limited to 100).

Forgetters — Self Titled

Too Small To Fail

Pressed on standard black vinyl.

Man The Change — Defeated

Hooked On Records

Pressed on transparent robin’s egg blue vinyl (limited to 500), with a screenprinted B-side. It’s available in several different bundle packages, as well.

Major League — Hard Feelings

No Sleep Records

Pressed on white vinyl (limited to 200, subscription series); on tan/cream vinyl (limited to 300); on charcoal vinyl (limited to 500); and on lavender vinyl (limited to 500).


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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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