Record Store Day is April 22, 2017
André 3000, Prince, U2 among Record Store Day exclusives
For hard-core vinyl collectors, it's Christmas in April. Record Store Day is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary on April 22 at indie record stores nationwide. A variety of "presents" in the form of exclusive, limited-edition vinyl will be released in conjunction with the holiday, with many GRAMMY winners and nominees represented.
André 3000 will offer a 7-inch vinyl single featuring his reinterpretation of the Beatles' "All Together Now." A posthumous David Bowie vinyl release will feature seven songs that were used to help him secure a record deal in 1971. Buddy Guy will release a 10-inch vinyl single featuring "Sick With Love" and "She Got It Together." U2 will issue a 12-inch vinyl single of "Red Hill Mining Town," a track from 1987's The Joshua Tree.
Pearl Jam will issue a 7-inch vinyl single for "State Of Love And Trust"/"Breath." Prince's exclusives include a 12-inch maxi single of "Sign 'O' The Times" and a 12-inch vinyl single of "Batdance." Madonna will reissue Dance Mix, a 12-inch vinyl EP originally released in South America in 1985. Dolly Parton will release a 7-inch vinyl single of "Puppy Love"/"Girl Left Alone," which were originally released in 1959.
Miley Cyrus will issue her 2013 album, Bangerz, on double hot-pink vinyl. The Lumineeers will release the EP Song Seeds, while Sia will offer a 12-inch vinyl EP, Spotify Sessions. Notorious B.I.G.'s 1999 album, Born Again, will see a double-gold vinyl release. Sam Hunt will release "Drinkin' Too Much" as a 7-inch vinyl single.
Other official Record Store Day releases by GRAMMY winners and nominees include Brandy Clark, Fleetwood Mac, Halestorm, Iggy Pop, Wes Montgomery, Motörhead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Santana, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Sting, and John Williams.