RSD 2017: Rumored lists pop up at Reddit, VC

News / Record Store Day 2017 / March 7, 2017

A bunch of rumored Record Store Day 2017 lists have popped up at places like Reddit and Vinyl Collective, the former probably offering the most expansive, tentative look thus far. I won’t list all of them, but some items that caught my eye were:

  • All Time Low – MTV Unplugged
    White and Black Vinyl, limited to 1,300
  • Animal Collective — Meeting Of The Waters
    10″, limited to 1,200
  • Balance And Composure — Slow Heart
    Unreleased songs, limited to 1,000
  • Black Angels — Death Song
    Glow-in-the-dark vinyl, black light cover, limited to 2,000
  • Ben Folds feat. West Australian Symphony Orchestra — Live In Perth
    150-Gram, 2,000 copies (previous DVD release)
  • Coheed And Cambria – Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV Volume One
    150-Gram Splatter, Gatefold, 2,500 copies
  • Dave Matthews Band — Live At Red Rocks 8.15.95
    4xLP, 150-Gram Metallic Silver, 2,500 copies
  • Iron And Wine – Archives Series Volume No. 3
    Translucent Blue, limited to 700
  • Marcy Playground — ST (LP + 7″)
    First time on vinyl, 2,500 copies.
  • Miley Cyrus — Bangerz
    150-Gram Hot Pink, Gatefold, 1,250 copies
  • Ra Ra Riot — Ra Ra Riot
    12″ EP, first time on vinyl, 1,500 copies
  • Sia — Spotify Sessions
    150-Gram, limited to 1,800
  • Spoon — Hot Thoughts Record Store Day 12″
    Two unreleased tracks, limited to 2,000
  • Toto — Africa
    Die-cut picture disc, 2,500 copies
  • Various Artists — Pineapple Express OST
    First time on vinyl, 1,000 copies

Remember! Things on here can get delayed and thus pushed off RSD and the list. I do tend to believe these rumored lists, though, mostly because….who would make all this up?

Stay tuned for updates and confirmations on individual items. Items I have confirmed can be found here.


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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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