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Old 1st March 2019, 05:48 PM
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In fear of sounding like an old man, but, I stopped going to RSD when it stopped being about celebrating indie record shops and turned into a cash grab exercise. If someone can tell me why I should pay £12 for a 7" single and £30 for an LP then please do, but they don't cost that much for the rest of the year!!
Oh absolutely for me it's just a case of looking at the list just to see if anything exciting is coming out and then just ignore it

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Old 1st March 2019, 05:57 PM
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In saying that though I hope in hell that the high flying birds and Sunn O))) album aren't exclusively being released for record store day.

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Old 9th April 2019, 05:47 AM
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Record Store Day 2019: The Mighty Boosh named UK ambassadors | BBC News

"The Mighty Boosh have been announced as the 2019 UK ambassadors for Record Store Day, which celebrates independent record shops around the country.

Comedy duo Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt follow the likes of Elton John, Dave Grohl and St Vincent in the role.

"The bar's been set at a new height," Julian tells Radio 1 Newsbeat.

"I didn't want it to change me but I think it might have," Noel Fielding adds. "It's definitely put a spring in my step.""
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Kinda strange choice why not one of the radio 6 DJs like Mary Ann Hobbs or even Huey Morgan

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https://recordstoreday.co.uk/news/po...29th-november/

Black friday list, looks a bit underwhelming.

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Old 10th March 2020, 07:24 AM
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Record store day 2020 releases

Including:
  • Alice Cooper – Live From The Apollo Theatre Glasgow, Feb 19, 1982 (2LP x 140g black)
  • Annihilator – Triple Threat Unplugged (12″ picture disc)
  • Asking Alexandria – Stand Up And Scream (LP)
  • Biffy Clyro – The Modern Lepper / Modern Love (7″ white vinyl)
  • Black Sabbath – Evil Woman / Wicked World & Paranoid / The Wizard Double (7” picture disc)
  • Bob Mould – Circle Of Friends (2LP x 180g clear heavyweight vinyl)
  • Chuck Mosley – First Hellos And Last Goodbyes (LP)
  • Clutch – The Obelisk (17LP + slipmat + signed art print boxset)
  • Def Leppard – Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame (LP)
  • Dinosaur Jr – Swedish Fist (Live In Stockholm) (LP)
  • Feeder – Feeling A Moment (10″ splatter vinyl single)
  • Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – End Of Suffering Live To Vinyl (10″)
  • Ginger Wildheart – Excess GASS (LP)
  • Iggy Pop – Kiss My Blood (Live In Paris 1991) (3LP box set)
  • Iggy & The Stooges – Russia Melodia (7” single)
  • Judas Priest – British Steel (2LP)
  • Killing Joke – Laugh At Your Peril – Live In Berlin (12″ 2LP)
  • Killing Joke – Turn To Red (12″ single)
  • The Menzingers – Chamberlain Waits (LP)
  • Motörhead – Ace Of Spades (shaped 7″ picture disc)
  • My Chemical Romance – Life On The Murder Scene (140g 12″ white & red LP)
  • Paradise Lost – Live At Rockpalast (2LP)
  • Pennywise – The Fuse (LP)
  • Ramones – It’s Alive II (2 x 180g 12″ LP, side 4 etched)
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Record Store Day Postponed Until June Due To Coronavirus | Kerrang

"Record Store Day has been postponed until June 20.

The annual celebration of independent record stores and vinyl culture was due to take place on April 18, but has been delayed by two months due to the coronavirus outbreak.

“We are sad to announce that following a decision made by the organisers of Record Store Day, the event will be postponed to June 20,” say the people behind Record Store Day in a statement.

“This decision comes at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and the health and safety of the general public must come first.

“This was absolutely not an easy decision to make as hundreds of independent shops and labels have been working hard towards this year’s celebrations.

“We’re working with all of our partners and our stores to make this change as smooth as possible for everyone: customers, record stores, artists, labels and more. Record Store Day is everywhere and we want to hold our party when everyone can gather around safely to celebrate life, art, music and the culture of the indie record store.

“Given the challenges now facing the independent record store community we urge music fans to continue to support their local record shop in whichever way they can to see us through what is about to become a very challenging time.

“Thank you as ever for your continued support and we look forward to seeing in the record store on June 20.”"
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Record Store Day has been postponed again and will now span THREE DAYS in August, September and October

https://www.superdeluxeedition.com/n...O7tH7xxI-qIlvA

"20 June date not happening as RSD event split into three days

This year’s Record Store Day is moving again, due to the COVID19 pandemic, and will now be split into THREE ‘drop’ dates: 29 August, 26 September and 24 October.

Record labels are being encouraged to evenly split their releases across these three days and the online sales rules for participating retailers are expected to be relaxed with RSD shops likely to be able to sell stock online at the end of each of the three dates (instead of waiting a week).

A new RSD list will be published on 1 June which will show which releases will be available on which days.

This new plan of action is thought to be a compromise solution that takes into account various territories around the world and the different stages they may be at in terms of managing the pandemic situation.

This is clearly an incredibly challenging situation for labels, retailers and the industry in general and it remains to be seen how it will all work out. By definition, the event has been diluted, and while the end of August seems like a long way away, we have no idea at this stage what social distancing rules may remain in place, wherever we may be in the world. Also, if stock does indeed become available online more quickly, is that likely to be a deterrent to getting out there and queuing up at your local record shop?

The other thing to consider is whether the record labels are still willing to honour their original RSD intentions. They have been sitting on stock for quite a few weeks at the time of writing, and may not be delighted at being told that at least some of their releases can now only happen on 24 October, which is nearly seven months away. There will be a temptation, perhaps, to redesignate releases as non-RSD and get them out into the marketplace much earlier. They could still support the local record shop community by making the releases ‘indie-exclusive’.

Of course, let’s not forget that as well as these three days, there is also the ‘RSD Black Friday’ which apparently is still being planned and on schedule for 27 November. So that’s four Record Store Days in a row in America, which certainly seems like overkill."
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Old 27th August 2020, 08:42 AM
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The first 'Record Store Day' of 2020 is this coming Saturday - August 29

Find your local shops

Titles for August

Then there are two further ones in the next couple of months: September 26th and October 24th

Titles for September

Titles for October
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