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Record Store Day April 17, 2010

10 April 2010 No Comment



It takes place on Saturday, April 17, 2010 and in support of the annual indie records store holiday many labels have created special cds, records, box sets, and more for some of their most biggest artists that will only be available on April 17, 2010 and when they’re gone, they’re gone.

Black Cobra @ Streetlight Records 2/10/10

Streetlight Records in-store with Black Cobra


DEVO – Fresh, What We Do 12″ single featuring new tracks (2500 available); Duty Now For The Future cd reissue (3000 available) and 12″ vinyl reissue (2500 available)

Charlotte Gainsbourg – “Heaven Can Wait”/”IRM” 7″ single with unique Beck remixes originally broadcast on KCRW (2,500 available)

Queens of The Stone Age – Feel Good Hit of the Summer 10″ vinyl picture disc EP previously unreleased in the US and first issue on vinyl

The Thermals & The Cribs – Split 7″ vinyl single

John Lennon – Singles Bag Box set with 3 7″ singles [“Mother”/”Why,” “Imagine”/”It’s So Hard,” “Watching The Wheels”/”Yes, I’m Your Angel”], 3 postcards, 24×36 poster, and custom 45 adaptor hub (5,000 available)

More will be announced in the next two weeks leading up to Record Store Day. Go to RecordStoreDay.com to see them all now.

About Record Store Day:

Record Store Day, organized by the Music Monitor Network, the Coalition of Independent Music Stores (CIMS), and the Alliance of Independent Music Stores (AIMS) celebrates the culture of independent record stores by playing host to in-store events/performances, signings and special product releases on a global scale.

Record Store Day 2010 is sponsored by Crosley Radio, EMI Distribution, Fontana Distribution, Gotta Groove, NARM, RED Distribution, Sony Music, Universal Music Distribution, Vivendi Entertainment, WEA Distribution, and Warner Bros. Records.

Official Website www.recordstoreday.com

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