Owen, Braid added to RSD 2013 list

Record Store Day 2013 / March 2, 2013

By way of Strictly Discs, we have a few new additions to the Record Store Day 2013 list, including material from Braid (pictured), Owen and Their/They’re/There, among others. You can see all the new announcements below.

  • Aloha – Here Comes Everyone (LP, pressed on green vinyl)
    The album has been out of print since 2007.
  • Braid — Frame & Canvas (LP, hand-numbered, pressed on colored vinyl)
    15th anniversary reissue of what many consider to be the definitive Braid album. Also includes print of original Frame & Canvas poster.
  • Sonny & The Sunsets — Tomorrow is Alright (LP, pressed white vinyl, limited to 1,000)
    Reissue of debut album, previously out of print. Features a new silk-screened cover.
  • Sonny & The Sunsets — Imagine (7″,  pressed on blue vinyl, limited to 1,000)
    Re-imagining of John Lennon’s seminal track, “Imagine.” On the B-side is a cover of The Beach Boys’ “Surfer Girl.”
  • Their/They’re/There — Self Titled (12″ EP, pressed on clear seafoam vinyl, limited to 1,000)
    6-song debut EP from group featuring Evan Weiss and Mike Kinsella.
  • Owen — Seaside (12″ EP, pressed on blue vinyl, limited to 700)
    Songs were previously only available as bonus tracks on Japanese releases. Also one song only previously available on a 7″.
  • Whirr — Part Time Punk Sessions (7″)
    Four tracks performed live in late 2012.
  • Ringworm — 1991 Demos (7″)
    No other information given regarding the release.
  • Public Image Ltd. — Public Image/The Cowboy Song (7″, limited to 4,000)
    Never before available in the U.S., the debut single from Public Image Ltd.
  • Ides of Gemini — Hexagram (7″, limited to 450)
    Includes two new tracks.
  • Like Rats — Self Titled (7″, colored vinyl)
    Five tracks, including reissue of band’s rare debut single.
  • Ilsa/Seven Sisters of Sleep — Split (7″, blood red vinyl, limited to 666)
    Features one cover from each group.
  • Boy Sets Fire — Bled Dry (limited to 1,000)
    Features two previously unreleased tracks.

We’ll let you know as soon as they post up some more of the releases.

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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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