David Bowie, Queen, Brian Wilson and More Highlight Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusives
A stack of Record Store Day Black Friday goodies that already includes Judas Priest, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan just got piled a lot higher. The latest, and most complete, list yet includes scores of intriguing classic-rock items, many of them exclusive to this special music-focused event.
Brian Wilson's first solo project away from the Beach Boys, David Bowie's 1997 album Earthling, Queen's most famous single and two separate Kinks projects are just a few of the Record Store Day Black Friday exclusives. Check out the expanded list below.
Additionally, an Alan Parsons Project retrospective will be featured as a limited-run item, while Hendrix, Vaughan, Frank Zappa and Jeff Beck are among the famous names who will have Record Store Day "First" releases on tap.
Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusives
Brian Wilson - Brian Wilson (2LP)
David Bowie - Earthling (LP)
Faith No More - We Care a Lot (LP)
Janis Joplin with Big Brother and the Holding Company - Live at Winterland '68 (2LP)
John Mellencamp - Scarecrow (LP)
Judas Priest - Painkiller: 25th Anniversary (EP)
Megadeth - The Threat is Real (LP)
Paul McCartney, "Say Say Say" (single)
Phil Collins, "In the Air Tonight" (single)
Queen, "Bohemian Rhapsody" (single)
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Legend in the Making: Live at the El Mocamba (2LP)
Tenacious D - Tenacious D Live (LP)
The Clash - The Clash (LP)
The Kinks - Dedicated Kinks; Kwyet Kinks (LP)
Various Artists - To Love the Bee Gees (2LP)
Record Store Day Limited Run or Regional Releases
Alan Parsons Project - Turn of the Friendly Card: The Singles (singles)
Record Store Day 'First' Releases:
Frank Zappa - Feeding the Monkies at Ma Maison (LP)
Jeff Beck - Performing this week: Live at Ronnie Scott's Deluxe (LP)
Jimi Hendrix - Burning Desire (2LP)
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama: Live at Rockpalast Limited Edition (2LP)
Linda Ronstadt - Silk Purse (LP)
The Zombies - BBC Sessions (2LP)
Various Artists - High Fidelity Soundtrack (2LP)
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