Record Store Day roundup: March 8th

Record Store Day 2014 / March 8, 2014

We’ve got another round of releases for you, courtesy of Wax Poetic. At this point, we should be getting pretty close to the final list, which you can see, here. Check out the new additions below:

7″

  • Blitzen Trapper — Hold On/On A Dime Woman
    Limited to 500
  • Lake Street Dive — What I’m Doing Here/Wedding Band
  • Lydia Loveless — Mile High/Blind (Ke$ha cover)
    Limited to 1,000 on Colored Vinyl
  • Mazzy Star —  I’m Less Here
    Limited to 3,000, Features 2 New Songs
  • Thievery Corporation —  Untitled
    Limited to 2,500, 2 Unreleased tracks from Saudade Sessions
  • Paul Weller — A Brand New Toy
    Limited to 750

10″

  • Bastille — Of The Night
    Picture Disc, Limited to 2,000
  • Cut Copy (pictured) — In These Arms of Love/Like Any Other Day
    Limited to 2,000
  • Garbage — Girls Talk Shit
    Features 2 New Tracks, Limited to 4,000

12″

  • Rick James — You and I/Fire and Desire (live)
    Limited to 2,000
  • Tame Impala — Live
    8 Tracks Recorded in Chicago, Limited to 5000
  • Zedd — Find You
    Colored Vinyl, “Turn Up The Night” Edition

LP

  • Nick Cave and Warren Ellis — West Of Memphis Soundtrack
    White Vinyl
  • Eric Church — The Outsiders
    Includes Bonus 7″ and Poster
  • Everly Brothers — Songs Our Daddy Taught Us
    Limited to 1,500
  • Sky Ferreira — Night Time, My Time
    Explicit Picture Disc, Limited to 800
  • Joan Jett and The Blackhearts — Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth
    Pink Vinyl, Limited to 4,000
  • Korn — The Paradigm Shift
    2xLP, Picture Disc, Limited to 900
  • Katy Perry — Prism
    2xLP, Picture Disc, Limited to 5,000
  • Pretty Lights — The Hidden Shades
    Limited to 2,750
  • Soundtrack — The Wizard of Oz OST
    Yellow Vinyl, Limited to 3,500

Record Store Day will be held on April 19th this year.


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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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