Record Store Day “Drop Date” #3 on Saturday, October 24th

Here is a post to tell you about the third and final Record Store Day “Drop Date” for 2020, which is happening on Saturday October 24th (coming up QUICK). Well… the last “drop date” for 2020, but then Black Friday Record Store Day is just around the corner on November 27th and is still happening. (Maybe we’ll have a separate post for that one go up shortly).

For this third RSD Drop Date, we ordered the most exclusive releases out of all of the drop dates. We will also be sure to be dropping a few other extra new and used records on the shelves for this day. Our store will be open from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm this day. You can view the whole list on the Record Store Day website right here. This time around we did not order everything, but we did order most of the exclusives. Looks like we have a total of 40 releases coming in. Here is the list of what we ordered:

Asking Alexandria “Stand Up & Scream”
Beck “No Distraction”
Booker T & The MG’s “McLemore Ave”
Jon Brion “Syndecoche New York”
Johnny Cash “Classic Cash”
Cheap Trick “Out To Get You! Live”
Chief Keef “Back From The Dead 2”
Chromeo “Needy Girl”
Alice Cooper “Live From Apollo”
Miles Davis “Double Image”
Eminem “My Name Is / Bad Guys Always Die”
Frankie & The Witchfingers “Sidewalk”
Frumpies “Frumpies Forever”
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib “Pinata: The 1974 Version”
Jimmy Giuffre “Graz”
Ice Nine Kills “Silver Scream: Killer Cuts”
Infectious Groovies “Take You On A Ride”
J.J. Johnston & Kai Winding “Stonebone”
Judas Priest “Sad Wings of Destiny”
Lil’ Kim “9”
Makeup & Vanity Set “Heart of Batman”
Obsessed “Incarnate Ultimate Edition”
Keith Richards “Hate It When You Leave”
Rolling Stones “Metamorphasis UK”
Snoop Dogg “I Wanna Thank Me”
Soul Asylum “Hurry Up And Wait”
Specials “Dubs”
Sumy “Funkin’ In Your Mind”
Toto “Live In Tokyo 1980”
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Sountrack
Double Whammy!: A 1960’s Garage Rock Rave-Up
Lethal Weapon Original Soundtrack
Rough Guide To Brazilian Psychedelia
Wick Records Presents The Battle of the Bands Vol. 1
Vitamin String Quartet Performs Lana Del Rey
Who “Quick Live One”
Frank Zappa “You Can’t Do That On Stage”
Warren Zevon “Greatest Hits”

As how Record Store Day usually goes, each exclusive release will be available in very limited copies (we only ordered one of each one this time, sorry). They will be available on first-come first serve basis. After the full day is over we will be listing leftovers online on our Discogs page.

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