RSD 2016: Warner RSD list reportedly leaks

News / Record Store Day 2016 / March 2, 2016

Well, the Warner Record Store Day list is apparently out there. I’ve had a couple users now send tips my way, but a user over at Vinyl Collective busted it wide open with a posting. Again, these are rumors until the official list drops next Tuesday, so delays could still knock something off:

  • a-ha — Hits South America
    180-Gram Vinyl, 3,000 Copies
  • Alanis Morissette — Jagged Little Pill Demos
    180-Gram Translucent Splatter, 4,500 Copies
  • Andra Day — Andra Day Live!
    3,000 Copies
  • Big Data & RAC — Fair Trade
    Brown/Clear Swirl Vinyl, 3,000 Copies
  • Brandy Clark and Sheryl Crow — Girl Next Door Girl Next Door
    Solid Bue, Solid Yellow, Solid Red Mixed Color Vinyl, 2,000 Copies
  • Disturbed — The Sound Of Silence
    Picture Disc, 3,000 Copies
  • Dylan Gardner — Across The Universe (The Beatles cover)/Diane Young (Vampire Weekend cover)
    Colored Vinyl, 500 Copies
  • The Flaming Lips — Heady Nuggs Volume II: Warner Bros. Records 2008-2012
    8xLP Box, 4,000 Copies
  • The Flaming Lips — Lightning Strikes The Postman
    CD, 5,000 Copies
  • Fleetwood Mac — The Alternate Tusk
    180-Gram, 5,000 Copies
  • Foals — Rain b/w Daffodils
    5,000 Copies
  • Fort Minor — The Rising Tide
    Coke Bottle Green, 3,000 Copies
  • Linkin Park — Road To Revolution: Live At Milton Keynes
    Blood Red with Black Splatter, 3,000 Copies
  • Lukas Graham – 7 Years/7 Years (Live from Denmark)
    3,000 Copies
  • Madonna — Like A Virgin & Other Big Hits!
    Pink Vinyl, 4,500 Copies
  • Mudcrutch (Tom Petty) — Trailer b/w Beautiful World
    Colored Vinyl, 5,000 Copies
  • Muse — Reapers / Reapers (Live @ Koln)
    Picture Disc, 5,000 Copies
  • Sex Pistols — Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols
    Picture Disc, 4,000 Copies
  • Son Volt — Live At The Bottom Line 2/12/96
    180-Gram, 1,500 Copies
  • Talking Heads/Echosmith (Side by Side) — This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
    Colored Vinyl, 3,000 Copies

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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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