Sony – Record Store Day DROP 1 (JUNE 12TH) List With Prices

ArtistTitleLabelFormatFormat details/ Reason behind releaseUK/ IE QTYprice
AC/DCThrough The Mists Of Time /Witches SpellColumbia12″ Vinyl Single12″ Picture Disc Vinyl in pvc sleeve2500€ 30.00 
Hall & OatesYou Make My Dreams Come True / Gotta Lotta NerveCMG7″ Vinyl SinglePurple coloured 7″ Vinyl single. Never before released in UK1000€ 22.00 
Jake BuggAll I NeedRCA10″ Vinyl SingleCurrent hit single “All I Need” plus x3 remixes. Numbered & signed sleeves.1000€ 24.00 
Janis JoplinPearlCMGLP VinylTo commemorate the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin’s Pearl, the x10 trk album will be made available as a picture disc for the very first time. The Record Store Day exclusive features the iconic cover portrait lensed by Barry Feinstein. Pearl showcased some of Janis’s most familiar and best-loved performances including “Cry Baby,” her cover of Kris Kristofferson’s “Me and Bobby McGee,” and the off-the-cuff a cappella”Mercedes Benz,” the last song she ever recorded.1250€ 37.00 
Little MixConfettiRCALP VinylNew ‘glitter’ sleeve, neon Pink/Orange coloured LP Vinyl. Exclusive new version of title track “Confetti” .1500€ 37.00 
Primal ScreamRiot City BluesCMGLP VinylThis year sees the 15th Anniversary of Riot City Blues, Primal Scream’s 8th studio album. Featuring fan favourites Country Girl and Dolls, it was the last album to include guitarist, Robert ‘Throb’ Young, who later departed the band after 22 years. Contributions to the album came from Alison Mosshart (The Kills) and Will Sergeant (Echo & The Bunnymen). To mark the occasion, frontman Bobby Gillespie has added seven tracks previously released as b-sides, including a cover of Townes Van Zandt’s To Live Is To Fly, and has re-sequenced the album to flow across 4 sides of vinyl in an expanded 2LP set – which will be released on Red coloured vinyl. The anniversary edition’s cover will feature the original William Eggleston photograph from which the 2006 cover image was taken. 2000€ 40.00 
Primal ScreamDixie Narco EPCMG12″ EPA hidden – but much loved – gem from the band’s early 90s output, the Dixie-Narco EP was released in 1992. Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, it marked a continuation of the experimentation explored on the preceding Screamadelica album, taking in acid house, country blues and a rare Dennis Wilson cover across its four tracks. Long out of print, the 2021 RSD edition is the first official reissue since 1992. Artwork and packaging replicates that of the original EP 2000€ 24.00 
PrinceThe TruthCMGLP VinylStripped down Bluesy album that formed part of the ‘Crystal Ball’ reissue. First time on LP Vinyl. The Truth is widely regarded as one of Prince’s most underappreciated hidden gems. The x12 trk album was originally released as an accompaniment to the 1998 triple album Crystal Ball, which marked the first time that Prince released an album totally independently. The Truth was also the first Prince album to be labeled “acoustic,” though it does contain electronic instruments and elements, and it gave listeners an unprecedented chance to hear his songwriting and voice in a stripped-down presentation. This release marks the first time The Truth is available on vinyl with gorgeous, foil-embossed artwork designed by Prince’s long-time art director Steve Parke.1500€ 37.00 
Rage Against The MachineThe Battle of Mexico CityCMGx2 LP VinylDouble, x15 trk, coloured LP Vinyl. The Battle Of Mexico City documents Rage Against The Machine’s legendary show at Mexico City’s ‘Palacio de los Deportes’ in 1999. This was the band’s first ever show in Mexico and part of their Battle Of Los Angeles tour. This release makes its vinyl debut on red and green colored vinyl with white label as a tribute to the Mexican flag.1500€ 40.00 
Various ArtistsGolden Gate Groove: The Sound of Philadelphia in San FranciscoCMGx2 LP VinylOn a x14 trk double LP Vinyl for the first time, Golden Gate Groove: The Sound Of Philadelphia Live 1973 captures the first and only time the stars of Philadelphia International Records (P.I.R.) including The O’Jays, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Three Degrees, and Billy Paul performed in concert with the label’s house band, MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother), showcasing what would become the Sound of Philadelphia — affectionately known as T.S.O.P. The concert took place in San Francisco during the annual CBS Records convention at the Fairmont Hotel in September 1973. 1250€ 37.00 

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