Record Store Day’s Black Friday celebration will offer a bevy of rock and alternative options
Record Store Day is gearing up for its annual Black Friday event, which takes place in independent record stores on Nov. 27. This year’s collection of exclusive releases will offer records from Stone Sour, Nine Inch Nails, Beck and MGMT.
Nine Inch Nails’ Record Store Day Black Friday release is a box set called “Halo I-IV.” The set will feature 12-inch vinyl singles of “Head Like a Hole,” “Down In It,” and “Sin,” as well as the full-length version of “Pretty Hate Machine” from 1989.
Stone Sour will release “Straight Outta Burbank” in conjunction with Record Store Day Black Friday, which is the second release in the band’s series of covers EPs. “Straight Outta Burbank” follows “Meanwhile in Burbank,” the latter of which included Stone Sour covers of songs by Judas Priest, Metallica, Alice in Chains, Black Sabbath and KISS.
Beck will release a 12-inch vinyl version of his new single “Dreams” on Record Store Day Black Friday. The single will offer a cappella and instrumental takes on the track.
MGMT will release a glow-in-the dark edition of their 2005 EP, “Time to Pretend.”
Other Record Store Day Black Friday releases will come from Megadeth, Coheed and Cambria, Spoon, Dave Matthews Band, Garbage, Faith No More, Houndmouth, Tenacious D and more.
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