Record Store Day, taking place this year on April 21, has published its annual list of exclusive vinyl releases.
Some of the highlights include previously unreleased music from Led Zeppelin, Arcade Fire’s self-titled 2003 EP (released for the first time on vinyl), a new Courtney Barnett single, “City Looks Pretty”/”Sunday Roast,” featuring two songs from her forthcoming second album Tell Me How You Really Feel, and several David Bowie releases, including a heavyweight 12” single of the previously unreleased demo “Let’s Dance.”
Other gems and rarities include Prince’s album 1999, pressed on vinyl for the first time since 1983, as well as new singles from Parquet Courts, The Voidz and First Aid Kit, a live album from The National and a compilation from The Cure with 16 new mixes by Robert Smith. Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee’s recent Jason Molina covers will also be released as an exclusive 7”, along with picture discs from the latest season of Showtime’s Twin Peaks and an exclusive live 7” featuring Fleet Foxes performing the title track from their latest, Crack-Up.
Sufjan Stevens has also announced a 10” Mystery Of Love EP featuring music from the Oscar-winning film Call Me By Your Name, which he recently performed at this year’s Oscars with St. Vincent, Moses Sumney and others.
Run The Jewels are also releasing a Stay Gold Collectors Edition vinyl box set. The rap duo were previously announced as this year’s RSD Ambassadors. You can watch their statement video here.
Check out the full list of forthcoming Record Store Day releases here.