While a number of bands have already announced their plans for this year’s Black Friday Record Store Day, the full details have now been posted online. On November 29, a massive number of artists will be releasing album reissues, new singles, and rare and unreleased materials to support local record stores.
Included in the list of releases will be a four-LP vinyl box set of the soundtrack to Metallica ’s 3D film, Metallica Through the Never . Also, Queens of the Stone Age will be offering a two-LP “Black on Black” version of their latest release, …Like Clockwork .
Rush will be dropping a 10” vinyl picture disc that features a live and studio version of “The Garden,” the last song from their latest release, 2012’s Clockwork Angels . Silversun Pickups will also be offering a 10” vinyl single, which includes the new single “Let It Decay” and a previously-unreleased B-side, “Working Title,” that was recorded during their sessions for 2012’s Neck of the Woods . In addition, Band of Horses will release a 7” vinyl single featuring two acoustic tracks recorded live at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN: “No One’s Gonna Love You,” from 2007’s Cease to Begin ; and a cover of Gram Parsons ’ “A Song for You.”
Stone Temple Pilots will reissue their 1992 debut album, Core , while Dave Matthews Band will have two vinyl reissues up for sale, which feature live performances from September 12, 2004 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA, and August 27, 2000 at the Meadows Music Theater in Hartford, CT.
As previously reported, special vinyl releases from The Flaming Lips , Red Hot Chili Peppers , Nirvana and Fall Out Boy will also be available. You can check out the full list of releases at RecordStoreDay.com .
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