News Roundup: June 13

News / Preorders / June 13, 2018

Ra Ra Riot’s ‘The Rhumb Line’ getting 10-year reissue

The 2008 album from Ra Ra Riot, The Rhumb Line, is getting a 10-year vinyl reissue, now up for preorder. The hand-numbered version, on opaque blue and gold vinyl, is limited to 500. It includes 11 bonus tracks, detailed in the tracklisting below.

The pressing is being released on Aug. 13.

LP One:
Ghost Under Rocks
Each Year
St. Peter’s Day Festival
Winter ‘05
Dying Is Fine
Can You Tell
Too Too Too Fast
Oh, La
Suspended In Gaffa
Run My Mouth
LP Two:
St. Peter’s Day Festival (Daytrotter Session October 15, 2007) *
Each Year (Alternate I419 Mix)
Can You Tell (My Name Is Wesley Demo)
Too Too Too Fast (My Name is Wesley Demo)
Winter ’05 (Early Tape Demo)
Oh, La (Daytrotter Session September 15, 2008) *
Dying Is Fine (Live at Pianos, August 26, 2006)
Suspended in Gaffa (Live at The Bowery Ballroom, March 7, 2008)
Run My Mouth (Live at The Echo, September 25, 2008)
Ghost Under Rocks (Live at The Echo, September 25, 2008)
Hounds of Love (Live at The Echo, September 25, 2008)
All tracks on LP Two are Previously Unreleased except * Denotes Previously Released

‘Yunahon Mixtape’ gets reissued through Triple Crown

Oso Oso’s The Yunahon Mixtape is getting reissued onto vinyl through Triple Crown Records. Their new variant is a clear with red splatter, limited to 500.

With your order, you get an instant download of two new songs.

Thin Lips’ ‘Chosen Family’ up for preorder

Chosen Family, the new album from Thin Lips, is now up for preorder at Lame-O Records. You can see the pressing info below:

300 Red Opaque Vinyl
700 Black Vinyl

The album is coming out on July 27.

Keith Urban albums getting a first pressing

A couple albums from Keith Urban are getting released on vinyl for the first time, along with his new album. You can see the listings below:

All three come out on July 27.


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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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