As the world begins to slowly open up again, one thing that vinyl aficionados can look forward to is Record Store Day's RSD Drops. As we've previously reported, the organization opted to cancel their big day in April, and instead the titles will be released over three "drops" on August 29, September 26, and October 24. Legacy Recordings has announced their full, updated list of RSD Drops contributions from Cheap Trick, Tyler The Creator, Pink Floyd, Miles Davis, Toto, Manic Street Preachers,
Sony Music's Legacy Recordings division has announced the titles they'll be releasing for the annual Record Store Day festivities. Hitting shelves April 18 will be a slew of genre- and decade-spanning albums from Miles Davis, Cheap Trick, TLC, Judas Priest, Tyler the Creator, Pink Floyd and more! Here's the official word from Legacy! Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, today announces another sensational line-up of vinyl for release on Record Store Day (April
Record Store Day is coming up in a little more than a month, on Saturday, April 16, and the titles are starting to pour in for the annual celebration of brick-and-mortar record stores. Today, Legacy Recordings has just announced its slate! It's a typically eclectic line-up of vinyl releases from some of the label's heaviest hitters from rock-and-roll, country, jazz, and beyond, including Elvis Presley, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash, Big Star and many more! Big Star - Complete
Today was the big announcement day for Record Store Day 2015, scheduled for Saturday, April 15 at the finest independent retailers across the U.S. and beyond! A press conference was held at Brooklyn’s outpost of Rough Trade giving the details on the many titles to expect next month. We’re kicking off our coverage with a look at the releases due from Legacy Recordings; watch this space for more news as it comes! Legacy’s eclectic line-up has some of the label’s heaviest hitters – Bruce
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Specs for National Treasures, the latest compilation by Manic Street Preachers, have been announced. The new double-disc set, to be released in the U.K. October 31, presents all of the Welsh alt-rock band's U.K. singles for Columbia Records, along with one of the band's early, self-released singles ("Motown Junk") and a new cover of The The's "This is the Day," which will be released as a single later this month. A host of special packages will be made available from the group's native