Record Store Day 2019
Pete Rock is widely recognized as one of the greatest hip hop producers of all time. His name is oft included in the pantheon of the greatest, alongside DJ Premier, RZA and J Dilla. In addition, Pete has one of the world’s most extensive vinyl collections, the sort of collection who’s size can only be estimate – and that estimate stands in excess of 100,000 LPs. 2019 will see the launch of Pete Rock’s own imprint, Tru Soul Records. And being a lover of all things vinyl, he’s decided that the label’s inaugural has to be for Record Store Day.
Rock’s production forte is the melding of Jazz with early 90s East Coast boom bap, as demonstrated though his work with partner in rhyme CL Smooth. But there was a time before Pete met CL, a time before the world came to know Pete Rock & CL Smooth, a time when Pete was a 19 year old in his basement in Mount Vernon, NY making beats with his SP-1200. These are those beats. Released for the first time ever on “Return Of The SP-1200” debuting on Record Store Day 2019.
New Vinyl: $34.98 Buy
UK Edition of The Rolling Stones 1966 legendary LP, which contains four #1 singles. Original ‘fisheye’ artwork restored for this edition, including a 12x12 full-color photo insert. Pressed on 180g Green vinyl, limited edition to North America manufactured locally in the USA.
This exclusive double 12” edition grew out of mixes that were undertaken to celebrate the release of the Super Deluxe version Roxy Music’s debut album in spring 2018. Unused at the time, the mixes, overseen from Bryan Ferry’s London HQ, celebrate the essential otherworldliness of Roxy Music’s space age vision, stardate 1972. This strictly limited double 12” features out-takes of Karl Stoecker’s legendary photo-session from the debut and was mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road in Autumn 2018.
New Vinyl: $79.98 Buy
The first time all of Todd’s Bearsville & WB singles have been compiled for release. Featuring many unique edits and mixes previously out of print. Remastered. Each disc on translucent color vinyl – Blue, Pink, Yellow and Orange. Each LP sleeve when put together is a replica of the Todd with dynamite promo poster. Includes new liner notes from Rundgren author/expert Paul Myers. Limited to 4500 copies worldwide.
Fourteen years after dropping the single as their first-ever release, Coalmine Records celebrates Record Store Day 2019 with a limited vinyl rerelease of “The Raw” featuring hard-hitting verses from Saigon, Inspectah Deck, and Bekay. Back on April 12, 2005, the single’s initial release marked the beginning of a storied run of no-nonsense Hip-Hop from the Brooklyn-based label. In addition to boasting razor sharp verses from the three NY spitters, “The Raw” also boasts ill piano-laced production supplied by Philly’s Street Orchestra, complimented with the slick turntable work of DJ Dutchmaster. And that’s just on the A-side. The single’s B-side reimagines the track with a synth-forward, sci-fi vibe, courtesy of a then-freshman beatsmith, !llmind, who’s gone onto become one of Hip-Hop’s most influential producers. For this very special rerelease, Coalmine Records is paying homage to the pioneering indie label, Delicious Vinyl, in remembrance of their co-founder, Matt Dike, who sadly passed in March 2018. The single’s label artwork includes a clever flip of their iconic logo, while the record itself is pressed on blood-red vinyl to play off the track title. This limited edition rerelease is manufactured exclusively for Record Store Day 2019, where it will be available through various participating record shops.
Unreleased live recording from May 22, 1982 of the Pre-Three O'Clock Paisley Underground pioneers The Salvation Army at The Gazebo in San Pedro, CA. Featuring an early punk version of "Marjorie Tells Me" from the first Three O'Clock album. The Three O'Clock originally formed under the name The Salvation Army in 1981. In the summer of 1982, legal problems with the actual Salvation Army forced the band to change their name. "The Three O'Clock" came from the time of day the band rehearsed. This is an unreleased live recording from 1982 at Wilson Park in Torrance, CA and was recorded right before The Salvation Army was forced to change their name.
1. She Turns To Flowers 2. Upside Down 3. Lucifer Sam 4. Marjorie Tells Me 5. (With A) Cantaloupe Girlfriend 6. Feel A Whole Lot Better 7. I Am Your Guru 8. Going Home
San Fermin Live At The Fillmore was recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA on February 23, 2018. Magik*Magik Orchestra, who have toured with Death Cab For Cutie, Nick Cave, Weezer, etc., joined San Fermin during the performance. Also, the performance occurred during the filming of a currently unreleased documentary entitled San Fermin: No Promises, which provides a glimpse into the five-year history of critically-acclaimed indie rock band San Fermin. The piece details the band’s rise from its classical music underpinnings to a touring enterprise and perennial festival performer. Shown through the lens of sold-out shows on the east and west coast, everyday life in New York City, and studio recording and rehearsal, the film unwraps the relationships that have transformed a grandiose, logistically impractical endeavor from bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone into a unique community of musicians and friends. As the journey unfolds, this community is tested by the departure of its lead singer as they begin work on a new album. The show at The Fillmore was the last for the band's lead singer. The documentary will be released in conjunction with the live album and a digital or physical copy of the documentary will be included in the vinyl package.
Shocking Blue’s single collection (A’s & B’s) part 2 continues where part 1 left off. The album begins with the band’s last ever hit single “Oh Lord” (released on March 26,1973). “Oh Lord” made it to #14 in the Dutch charts, and was taken from the album ‘Ham’. Robbie van Leeuwen had written the songs for Ham late in 1972, whilst confined to bed suffering from jaundice and enduring a creative block after years of writing, producing, performing and touring. Whilst van Leeuwen retained his involvement in recording, plus radio and TV appearances, this proved to be a short-lived arrangement. Ultimately, the singles “Let me carry your bag/I saw you in June”, ”Dream on Dreamer/ Where the picknick was” and the remixed album Ham (retitled in late 1973 as Dream on Dreamer , which featured 4 new tracks) were his last recordings with Shocking Blue and he left the band early in 1974.
Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer team up to cover two T. Rex classics on this limited edition 7" vinyl release for Record Store Day 2019. Klinghoffer takes on guitar, bass, and vocal duties, with Smith on the drums. The release is limited to 3,000 copies worldwide.
New Vinyl: $26.98 Buy
1. Tirailleur/2. Under No Flag/3. French Fog/4. Narvik/5. Battlefield V Legacy Theme/6. Far From Home/7. Pride & Honour/8. Redemption/9. Spitfires/10. Norway/11. Triumph/12. Rotterdam In Ruins/13. Devestation/14. Sandstone/15. Glorifica/16. I Vow To Thee My Country
Instrumental, interstitial music, and spiritual sounds by the Spacebomb House Band, the musicians and arrangers behind records by Matthew E. White, Natalie Prass, Foxygen, The Waterboys, Slow Club, Bedouine, Nadia Reid, & more… Released on soda bottle clear vinyl
Stereophonics’ iconic live album, recorded on their 2005 world tour, repressed on 180g white heavyweight vinyl, for the first time since its original release.. A whirlwind of stadium rock sees the band perform many of the highlights from their incredible career. Including the anthems “A Thousand Trees”, “Maybe Tomorrow”, “The Bartender and The Thief”, “Hurry Up and Wait”, “Just Looking “and of course, “Dakota.”
Debut solo album from Pixies frontman Black Francis. Originally released in 1993 via 4AD, after the break-up of the Pixies. First US pressing on LP - orange vinyl.
1. Los Angeles
2. I Heard Ramona Sing
3. Hang On To Your Ego
4. Fu Manchu
5. Places Named After Numbers
7. Old Black Dawning
8. Ten Percenter
9. Brackish Boy
10. Two Spaces
11. Tossed (Instrumental Version)
12. Parry The Wind High, Low
13. Adda Lee
14. Every Time I Go Around Here
15. Don't Ya Rile 'Em
Joe Strummer's ‘The Rockfield Studio Tracks’ features 'Forbidden City (Demo)’ and 'Cool Impossible’. This limited edition 12" is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and the artwork features an image of the original audio mastertape with a removable photo of Joe. These previously unreleased tracks from 1993 are taken from the Joe Strummer Archive and follows the recent release of the critically acclaimed 'Joe Strummer 001’ - the first compilation to span Joe’s entire career outside of his recordings with The Clash featuring remastered and unreleased recordings from the 101ers, The Mescaleros, solo albums, soundtracks, and rarities.
1. Forbidden City (Demo) 2. Cool Impossible
“Black in Deep Red, 2014 was ignited by the first and last time I attended a protest. It was in the fall of 2014, after a grand jury decided not to charge the offending officer in the Mike Brown murder, delivering the verdict just in time for them to get home for Thanksgiving. I felt like a camouflaged outsider at the protest, like an anthropologist performing a study amongst his own kind. I took to the mountains soon after that and wrote these songs, wondering if power was a transferable device that could change hands through the vocalizing of unrest.” - Moses Sumney
TRACK LISTING: 1. Power? 2. Call-to-Arms 3. Rank & File
Experience the last trumpet recordings of Jazz legend Louis Armstrong, on some of Disney's most beloved songs including "Heigh-Ho," "The Bare Necessities," "When You Wish Upon a Star" and more!
1. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo 2. 'Bout Time 3. The Ballad of Davy Crockett 4. The Bare Necessities 5. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
1. When You Wish Upon a Star 2. Whistle While You Work 3. Ten Feet Off the Ground (From "The One and Only Genuine Original Family Band") 4. Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs' Marching Song) 5. Chim Chim Cher-ee
Recorded live on 6/17/97 at Pleasure Island Walt Disney World Orlando Florida for the Big Bang Radio Broadcast concert series. This colored vinyl album (with outstanding sound quality!) for Record Store Day 2019 is this performance’s first release on a physical format!
TRACK LISTING: Come To California | Divine Intervention | Ugly Truth | Winona | Back To You | Girlfriend | Hollow | Where You Get Love | Sick Of Myself
New Vinyl: $14.98 Buy
A 12” clear vinyl single with two previously unreleased recordings by the UK shoegaze legends, reinterpreting classics by Gene Clark and The Supremes.
"Think I'm Gonna Feel Better"/"Reflections"
Serj Tankian (System of a Down) third solo album Harakiri is the most punk rock oriented record he ever created. Even a sudden interlude like “Occupied Tears” doesn’t slow down the pace Tankian is laying down on the album. Much like anything else that Tankian has ever released, there are deep sociological and political themes all throughout the album. He isn’t afraid to express himself and that’s exactly what he does by combining his statements with up tempo songs. The metal influences has been cut out, but the energy is still intact. Harakiri is one of the finest albums he delivered as a solo musician to date.
Available on vinyl for the first time and especially for Record Store Day 2019, Harakiri is available as a limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on red marbled (solid red & black mixed) coloured vinyl. The package contains an 4-page booklet and exclusive bonus print.
• 180 gram audiophile vinyl
• Gatefold sleeve
• Including 4-page booklet
• Third solo studio album by System Of A Down frontman Serj Tankian
• First time on vinyl