Record Store Day Black Friday 2015 Preview

Record Store Day

It's time get out of bed and work off those Turkey Day tummies - today, Friday, November 27th is Record Store Day Black Friday, and just like the usual annual Record Store Day in April, it's your chance to score some exclusive, limited-edition releases at independent retailers! KEXP spotlights some of our highlights below, but check out the complete list in this 2015 Shopping Guide PDF (also available online here).

• Ariel Pink - Heaven Knows What 7", featuring his contributions to the film soundtrack for Heaven Knows What on pink ninja star-shaped vinyl, including a collaboration with Dev Hynes.• The B-52's - LIVE! 8-24-79 LP, on gold vinyl• Beck - Dreams 12", on 180g blue vinyl with "puffy" sleeve and embossed jacket; download card included• Big Star - Jesus Christ 10", on colored vinyl with download card• Deerhoof - Fever 121614 LP, recorded live at Fever in Tokyo, Japan. Includes high quality video download of entire concert. Clear red vinyl in gatefold jacket with download code. Limited to 3000.• Eazy-E - Merry Muthaphuckkin' Xmas 7"; first time on 45, Eazy-E's irreverent holiday classic features a raucous intro by none other than Dolemite himself! On red vinyl. • Nine Inch Nails - Halo I-IV box set, limited edition vinyl box set contains the original 12” singles for “Down In It”, “Head Like A Hole” and “Sin” on 120-gram black vinyl and the 1989 version of Pretty Hate Machine on 180-gram black vinyl.• Outkast - Stankonia 2XLP, on limited edition orange/yellow/purple/black splatter vinyl. Only 3000 numbered copies available.• Pharcyde - Runnin' 7"; in a nod to the original blue vinyl 45 issued in 1995, the vinyl is in a blue and clear split pressing housed in a full color jacket that’s a reproduction of the original.• The Sonics - Fifty 3XLP; featuring exact replicas of the Here Are the Sonics and Boom albums, along with a third disc of rarities, a 36-page LP sized booklet featuring a brand new oral history by all five original Sonics members and illustrated with over two dozen previously unpublished images from the archives of famed photographer Jini Dellaccio, and a 18" X 24" color poster. • Spoon - TV Set 10", featuring their cover of the Cramps' "TV Set" and a rework of "Let Me Be Mine" on a deluxe color disk in a spot gloss jacket.

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