I guess it looks as if you’re reorganizing your records. What is this though? Chronological?
No fuckin’ way.
It`s Record Store Day. 🙂
There is an abundance of delights to behold if you head down to your independent record store today! Don`t Delay! ( The rhyming ends here 😉 )
Check out here for stores in Ireland taking part.
Tower Records shenanigans are here, not to be missed.
Jack White is ambassabor for Record Store day 2013
“As Record Store Day Ambassador of 2013 I’m proud to help in any way I can to invigorate whoever will listen with the idea that there is beauty and romance in the act of visiting a record shop and getting turned on to something new that could change the way they look at the world, other people, art, and ultimately, themselves.
Let’s wake each other up.”
Snippets of releases for Record Store Day 2013:
To celebrate Record Store Day 2013, Blur are streaming their 2010 Record Store Day single, Fool’s Day, exclusively on the Blur Facebook page. Click here to listen . Fool’s Day was originally released in April 2010 on 7″ vinyl.
David Bowie: “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” b/w “Where Are We Now?” 7″
Two tracks from Bowie’s The Next Day on white vinyl. 7″ picture disc of the Aladdin Sane track “Drive-In Saturday”.
The Flaming Lips: Zaireeka A 4-LP box set featuring new artwork and unique colors for each LP. Booklet contains excerpts from Pitchfork Editor-in-Chief Mark Richardson’s book about the album.
Pulp: “After You” 12 “Original song (recorded with James Murphy), a Soulwax remix, and an additional remix
Support your local record store, we need them to stay alive and thriving, music is meant for sharing, touching, embracing and needs a place to hang-out and breathe. That can`t be found on your itunes player.