Black Friday/Record Store Day 2018

Still plenty of exclusive limited titles are available including the Phish title.  Contact us thru the website album request to inquire about availability of titles and/or purchasing online thru paypal.

Record Store Day/Black Friday is November 23

Check out twitter starting Wednesday morning, #RSDPurePop, for pricing/quantity questions.  Will start pricing stuff at 9am on Wednesday, will try to check in every hour or so.

What goes on at Black Friday/RSD at Pure Pop?

First, there are many exclusive/limited releases, for more info you can check out

Second, there is a sale on all other items in the store

10% off new vinyl/new books

15% off used vinyl/new cds/tapes/dvds/etc

20% off used cds/dvd/tapes

So how do I get my hands on my favorite RSD release?

Well, there will be a line. It won’t be as big as the main RSD in April but there is a Phish title, so expect some people. Below is a general explanation of how the day will work.

Pure Pop opens at 10am on Friday the 23rd. We will be collecting wish lists at 9am sharp – make sure to get yours in by then! If there are only a couple of releases you really want, we DO NOT recommend trying to be the first in line – it won’t make a difference if you fill out a wish list. As long as you’re here no later than 8:55am with your wishlist, you have just as much a chance as anyone else to get the one or two releases that you want. If you want 7 things really, really badly, then we suggest getting to Pure Pop early so you can be the first in line to get in. There is usually already a small line around 6:30am or so. Besides the two items on your wishlist, everything else is first come, first serve. WE DO NOT DO PRE-ORDERS OR HOLDS PRIOR TO RSD titles. This is just general nationwide RSD policy.

So, what’s a wish list? In order for us to try to get you the release you want, we have a “wish list” – you fill out up to 8 releases that you want in order of how much you want them (1 being: you’d kill to get it, 8 being: you wouldn’t be torn up if you missed it). We collect the wish lists at 9am sharp and shuffle them. Starting from the random wish list on the top of the pile, we pick out the top 2 items you wrote down that are available and hold it for you, so you’re guaranteed to get at least something on your list. BUT we cannot guarantee everyone will get their #1 and #2 choices. We have a very limited supply of RSD releases! As we go through the lists and things sell out, we move on to the #3, #4, #5 choices and so on.

Here’s an example of how the wish list works: Say we get 10 copies of the Grateful Dead vinyl. Johnny’s wish list is 20th in the pile of randomly shuffled lists and the Grateful Dead vinyl is at the top of his list. Before we get to Johnny’s list however, ten other people had the Grateful Dead on their top 2 and we put them aside for those lucky people, so we are now sold out of the Grateful Dead. Sorry Johnny, but we’ll have to move on to your number 2 and 3 on the list instead. Even though Johnny didn’t get his number 1 pick, at least he got his 2nd and 3rd! and since it was really up to pure chance, he’s not too bummed and didn’t waste time by lining up outside the store at 3am.


Printable wishlist here

Pure Pop tries to get as many titles as possible, but we cannot guarantee any title will be here until it arrives. We will have most of the official RSD titles when we open at 10am. Feel free to contact us about a specific item or any other issue by calling 802-658-2652 or email [email protected], twitter #RSDPurePop

See you on Friday at 9am!!!

Recommended New Releases: Dengue Fever, Punch Bros., Gov’t Mule

Dengue Fever – The Deepest Lake
The album kicks off with “Tokay,” a song packed with a thumping bassline, an ancient-sounding keyboard and singer Chhom Nimol singing in Cambodian. As Dengue Fever slowly builds up the tension, adding percussion, a horn, and a string section, Nimol’s singing gets more impassioned. This was the song that caught me off guard, turning me on to their music. But it’s only the beginning.

Things keep getting added as the album progresses: on “No Sudden Moves,” for example, Nimol bursts into a rap before segueing into a twangy guitar solo, layers of horns, and a bassline worthy of Jah Wobble. Meanwhile, on “Ghost Voice”, they go for a mellower 60s pop sound, with a twirling guitar line, strings and David Ralicke’s low-rumbling saxophone. Read the full review on Bearded Gentlemen Music

Punch Bros – The Phosphorescent Blues
Whether or not these Punch Brothers still feel young now, only they can say. But they certainly sound young. Though each group member has been involved with music since childhood, none of their compositional energy and creativity has diminished whatsoever. The same can be said for The Phosphorescent Blues, the band’s fourth full-length. Like its predecessor, the album finds these lads continuing to push themselves compositionally, all the while maintaining that crucial balance between the cerebral and emotional aspects of their music. Read the full review on Glide Magazine

Gov’t Mule – Sco-mule
Sco-Mule isn’t a jazz album by any standard definition; it rocks way too hard for that. Still, with Scofield’s intuitive way of taking the music ever so slightly out, only to bring it back in again with the kind of effortless aplomb he’s developed in a career now entering its fifth decade as the guitarist moves into his mid- sixties, Sco-Mule ain’t your typical jam band album either. Instead, it sits somewhere in-between, with everyone forgetting about artificial delineation. Sco- Mule is, quite simply, great songs played by a terrific group that may have been performing live for the first time, but was already imbued with a profound connection that went deeper and broader than any one genre. Read the full review on All About Jazz

Cassette Store Day


Tomorrow, September 27th, is Cassette Store Day!! Stop in to grab an exclusive CSD release!

ALSO **all** of our regular non-CSD cassette’s will be on sale (new and used). Check out the list below of what CSD releases we have in stock and check out their website for more info:

See you tomorrow!

Adolescents – The Complete Demos 1980-1986 (Burger/Frontier Records)
Kurt Braunohler – How Do I Land? (Kill Rock Stars)
Cymbals Eat Guitar – Lose (Barsuk Records)
Enslaved – Riitiir (Nuclear Blast)
Exodus Exhibit – B: The Human Condition (Nuclear Blast)
The Golden Dawn – Power Plant (Burger Records)
Robyn Hitchcock – The Man Upstairs (Yep Roc Records)
King Bitch – Lost in the Party: The Best of King Bitch (Infinity Cat Recordings)
Mutual Benefit – Love’s Crushing Diamond (Other Music Recording Co.)
Natural Child – Live in Birmingham (Burger Records)
Chuck Prophet – Night Surfer (Yep Roc Records)
Suffocation – Pinnacle of Bedlam (Nuclear Blast)
Testament – Dark Roots of Earth (Nuclear Blast)
Testament – The Formation of Damnation (Nuclear Blast)
They Might Be Giants – They’ll Need A Crane (Idlewild Recordings) 
They Might Be Giants – (She Was A) Hotel Detective (Idlewild Recordings)
1349 – Massive Cauldron of Chaos (Season of Mist)
Torres – S/T
Townes Van Zandt – S/T (Burger Records)
Various Artists – Friends and Family Vol. 1 (Northern Spy Records)
Various Artists – Friends and Family Vol. 2 (Northern Spy Records)
Various Artists – Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell (Yep Rock Records)
Weedeater – …And Justice for All (Season of Mist)
Weedeater – Sixteen Tons (Season of Mist)

Our RSD 2014 Stock List

Here is the current list of what we’ve received so far for Record Store Day 2014. We will only be posting artists and formats so please cross reference with:

The Official Record Store Day List

This will be the master post for our RSD stock so be sure to bookmark this post and to check back regularly!


  • ††† 10”
  • Ab-Soul 7”
  • Action Bronson 7”
  • Alvarius B LP
  • Animals, The 10”
  • August Burns Red LP
  • Autumn Defense 7”
  • Bastille 10”
  • Beat Culture 7”
  • Bis 7”
  • Bis LP/7”
  • Black Lips 7”
  • Blitzen Tapper 7”
  • Bonobo 10”
  • Botch LP
  • Bowie, David (Childrens Music) LP
  • Bowie, David 7”
  • Bradley, Charles LP
  • Brian Jonestown Massacre LP
  • Bugg, Jake CD
  • Cake LP BOX
  • Cardinal LP
  • Chance The Rapper 7”
  • Chocolate Milk LP
  • Chromeo 7”
  • College LP
  • Common Ground 10” BOX
  • Cosmetics LP
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival 10”
  • Crystal Antlers 7”
  • Cults LP
  • Cut Copy 10”
  • De Lux 7”
  • Death Cab For Cutie LP
  • Deer Tick 7”
  • Deerhoof 7”
  • Dennen, Brett CD
  • Disclosure CD
  • Dispatch LP
  • Divergent CD
  • Django Django 7”
  • Dodos, The 7”
  • Dot Hacker 7”
  • Drive-By Truckers 10”
  • Eric B & Rakim 7”
  • Ex-Cult 7”
  • Fenixon LP
  • Fleetwood Mac 7”
  • Forsyth, Chris LP
  • FUN. 10”
  • Garbage w/ Brody Dalle 10”
  • Green Day CD/TAPE
  • Hawthorne, Mayer 7”
  • Heatmiser – Dead Air, Cop and Speeder, Yellow NO.5 TAPE
  • Heavens To Betsy LP
  • Il Sogno Del Marinaio 7”
  • J. Spacemen LP
  • Jaded Inc. 7”
  • JB LP
  • Jones, Glenn LP
  • Jones, Sharon LP
  • Julie Ruin, The 7”
  • Jupiter LP
  • Just Friends 10”
  • Khruangbin 7”
  • Killyst LP
  • Kodaline 7”
  • Kode9 LP
  • Kuti, Fela 7”
  • La Coka Nostra 7”
  • Lake Street Dive 7”
  • Langhorne Slime & The Law 7”
  • Leithauser, Hamilton 7”
  • Lemon Heads LP
  • Lloyd, Charles 10”
  • Lydia Loveless 7”
  • Lynch, David LP
  • Lynn, Lera CD
  • Man Man LP
  • Matthews, Dave LP
  • Mayfield, Jessica Lea LP/CD/TAPE
  • Mazzy Star &”
  • Meadow Noise 7”
  • Medicine LP
  • Mel LP
  • Milk and Cookies 7”
  • Miller, James LP
  • Minor Forest LP
  • Molina, Jason 7” BOX
  • Montgomery 10”
  • Neon Trees 7”
  • Nirvana 7”
  • Of Montreal 7”
  • OFF! 7”
  • Oneohtrix Point Never LP
  • Paisley, Doug 7”
  • Paranorman LP
  • Parquet Courts 7”
  • Pastorius, Jaco CD
  • Pharoahe Monch 7” CD
  • Phosphorescent LP
  • Pinback LP
  • Pond, Bardo LP
  • Pujol 7”
  • Quantic 7”
  • Rush, Bobby LP
  • Sam Means Blue Jeans 7”
  • Scientist & Roots Radic LP
  • Scots 7”
  • Secret Sisters CD
  • Side By Side – ??? 7”
  • Skrillex TAPE
  • Snow, The 7”
  • Soundgarden 10” BOX
  • Specials, The 7
  • Spektor, Regina 7”
  • Stanglers, The 7”
  • Sunny Day Real Estate 7”
  • Tears For Fears 10”
  • Thievery Corporation 7”
  • Tontons CD
  • Turntable Football 7”
  • UN, The LP
  • V/A – Gauthier, Mary + Baker, Sam 7”
  • V/A – Oberst, Conor + Dawes 7”
  • V/A – Dance Mania 12”
  • V/A – Jam Up Twist 7” BOX
  • V/A – Nawa LP
  • V/A – Ninjatune & If Music LP
  • V/A – Sacred Bones LP
  • V/A – South Side Story Vol. 23 CD
  • V/A – Taang 7” BOX
  • V/A – The Space Project 7”
  • V/A – William Onyebour LP
  • V/A Easy Sound Recordings NO. 1, 2, 3 7”
  • Van Vliet, Don LP
  • VanGaalen, Chad 7”
  • Veruca Salt 10”
  • Villagers 7”
  • Vitamin String Quartet LP
  • Walker, Butch 10”
  • Weller, Paul 7”
  • Wild Feathers 7”
  • Williams, Hank 10”
  • Wray, Link 7”
  • Yardbirds LP
  • Zappa, Frank 7”


  • Adventure Club 10”
  • Ammons, Albert 12”
  • Atmosphere 12”
  • Baez, Joan LP
  • BANKS 12”
  • Big Mama Thorton LP
  • Black Prairie LP
  • Bombino LP
  • Breadwinners LP
  • Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band LP
  • Bugg, Jake LP
  • Buried Alive LP
  • Childish Gambino LP
  • Chiodos 7”
  • Church, Eric LP
  • Clutch 7”
  • Cooke, Same LP
  • Court Yard Hounds LP
  • Croll, Dan LP
  • Czukay, Holger LP
  • Dessa LP
  • Doors, The LP
  • Dream Theater LP
  • Dresden Dolls, The LP
  • Earle, Steve LP
  • Earth Crisis LP
  • Emerald, Caro LP
  • Everly Brothers – Roots & Songs Our Daddy Taught Us LP
  • Fenech Solor 12”
  • Ferreira, Sky LP
  • Five Man Army 12”
  • Flaming Lips LP
  • Foals LP
  • Fred, Jacobs LP
  • Frightened Rabbit LP
  • Garcia, Jerry LP
  • Gojira LP
  • Grateful Dead LP
  • Greenbaum, Norman LP
  • Hathaway, Donny LP
  • Hüsker Dü LP
  • Jackson, Chuck LP
  • Jay-Z & Linkin Park LP
  • John Spencer Blues Explosion 12”
  • Johnny Cash LP
  • Joy Division 12”
  • July LP
  • Karma To Burn LP
  • Katatonia LP
  • Kaukonen, Jorma LP
  • Kramer, Wayne LP
  • Kriedler 12”
  • LCD Sound System BOX
  • Lewis, Meade “Lux” 12”
  • Liars 12”
  • Little Dragon LP
  • Many Faces of Oliver Hart LP
  • Mastodon LP
  • Moebius Neumeir Enger 12”
  • Motörhead LP
  • Muppet Movie LP
  • Neon Neon EP
  • Notorious B.I.G. LP
  • Ozric Tentacles LP
  • Pagans 12”
  • Paramore 12”
  • Parsons, Gram LP
  • Pastorius, Jaco LP
  • Perry, Katy LP
  • Pissed Jeans 12”
  • Pixies LP
  • Public Enemy LP
  • Pussy Galore LP
  • R.E.M. LP
  • Redding, Otis LP
  • Robotnick, Alexander LP
  • Rough Guide To African Blues, Mali, Latin Rare Groove, Psychedelic Baliwood, & Voodoo LP
  • Saturday Looks Good to Me S/T & Love Will find You LP
  • Schnaus, Ulrich 12”
  • School of Seven Bells LP
  • Scott Pilgrim VS. The World LP
  • Secret Sisters LP
  • Slipknot LP
  • Spanish Gold 7”
  • Spoon LP
  • Strife LP
  • Sun Ra LP
  • Supersonic LP
  • Surfer Blood LP
  • Tame Impala LP
  • The Birthday Party LP
  • The Field LP
  • Timbuktu, Imarhan LP
  • Type O Negative LP
  • United LP
  • V/A – Folk Box BOX
  • V/A – Inverted LP
  • V/A – Live From High Fidelity LP
  • V/A – Medical Records LP
  • V/A – Non Violent Femmes LP
  • V/A – South Side Story Vol. 23 LP
  • V/A – Sun Records Company Vol. 1 LP
  • Various Artists – The Space Project 12”/CD
  • Velvet Underground LP
  • Watson, Doc LP
  • West of Memphis LP
  • White Denim 7”
  • Winter, Johnny LP
  • Wizard of OZ LP
  • Xiu Xiu LP
  • Zombies, The S/T & Odessy & Oracle
  • Zoumbas, Alexis LP

Black Friday 2014



The Holiday Season is almost upon us.  Black Friday (Nov 28) brings the indie record store a slew of exclusive releases.

First, there are no pre-orders or advance holds on any Black Friday release.

As always, we like to reward those who get here earliest and are most excited for the special releases without making the whole occasion about who camps out the longest.

We will be conducting our random drawing for high demand/limited titles at 9:30 am.

We will open at 10am with the first person in line being the first person to enter the store to shop the Black Friday titles.

What is the drawing & how does it work?

Everyone in line before 9:30 A.M. will be given the opportunity to fill out their Black Friday wishlist.  Basically, everyone requests the titles they want to purchase if they have the opportunity.  We will collect all the filled out wishlists at 9:30 A.M. sharp.  The filled out wishlists will be selected in random order and each person will be reserved the top 2 items on their wishlist, if the titles are still available.  These 2 items will be held in reserve behind the counter and cannot be purchased by anyone else even if they are further up in line.

So when should you show up?

If you want multiple titles,  it will be “first come, first serve” after the wishlist drawing is finished.  So getting here early will allow you the chance to be one of the first people to attack the Black Friday titles.

If you are just looking to get 1 or 2 titles, the key time is 9:30 A.M.  which is the deadline to submit a filled out a wishlist. Everyone who submits a wishlist has an equal opportunity to reserve that one exclusive title they desire.

Hope to see you on Friday


Pure Pop

List of titles we will have upon Opening on Black Friday(for more details see list on

RSD Exclusive Releases (only released on Black Friday to indie record store like us)

5 Seconds of Summer – Self-titled 12″ picture disc 

Aaliyah – Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number 12″ colored vinyl

The Afghan Whigs – Gentlemen at 21 12″ vinyl

Against Me! – The Daytrotter Sessions 7″ vinyl

The Beatles – Long Tally Sally 7″ vinyl

Bleachers – Strange Desires: The Demos 12″ colored vinyl

Bon Jovi – Live 2 10″ picture disc

David Bowie – Sue (or in a Season of Crime) 10″ vinyl

The Bug vs Earth – BOA/Cold 12″ vinyl

Chvrches – Under the Tide 12″ colored vinyl

Dave Mattews Band – Recently 2 x 10″ vinyls

Miles Davis – Blue Xmas 7″ vinyl

Miles Davis – The Prestige 10″ Collection Vol. 1  10″ vinyl boxset

Miles Davis – Enigma 10″ vinyl

Dead Milkmen – Big Lizard in My Backyard 12″ colored vinyl

The Decemberists – Single 7″ vinyl

Game of Thrones Sound Track 12″ vinyl

The Doors/Peter LaFarge – Honor the Treaties 12″ vinyl

First Aid Kit – America 10″ vinyl

Fishbone – Truth and Soul 12″ colored vinyl

The Flaming Lips – Imagene Peise  Atlas Eets Christmas 12″ vinyl

Game Theory – Pointed Accounts of People You Know 10″ vinyl

Game Theory – Distortion  10″ vinyl

Genesis – From Genesis to Revelations 12″ vinyl

Gov’t Mule – Stoned Side of the Mule 12″ vinyl

Grateful Dead – 11/18/72 Hofheinz Pavilion Houston TX 12″ vinyl

Green Day – Tune in Tokyo 12″ vinyl

Billie Holiday – At Storyville 12″ vinyl

Hozier – In the Woods Somewhere 10″ vinyl

Husker Du – Warehouse: Songs and Stories 12″ vinyl

Chrissie Hydne – Stockholm Live at the 229 Club London England 10″ colored vinyl

Iron Butterfly – Heavy 12″ vinyl

Waylon Jennings- Lousiana Man, Kentucky Woman 7″ colored vinyl

Judas Priest – 5 Souls 10″ colored vinyl

Korn – Self-titled 2 x 12″ vinyls

Jenny Lewis – Pax AM Sessions – 7″ vinyl

Little Richard – Self-titled 12″ vinyl

J. Mascis – Fade into Yourself 7″ vinyl

Mastodon – The Motherload 12″ picture vinyl

Seth McFarlane – Holiday for Swing 12″ colored vinyl

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Soundtrack 12″ colored vinyl

Mother Love Bone – Hold Your Head Up 7″ vinyl

New Order – 1981-82 12″ vinyl

Conor Oberst – Standing on the Outside Looking In/Sugar Street 7″ vinyl

Roy Orbison – At the Rock House 12″ vinyl

Outkast – Player’s Ball 10″ vinyl

Joey Ramone – Christmas Spirit In My House 10″ vinyl

The Ramones – Morrissey Curates the Ramones 12″ vinyl

Rockabye Baby! Lullabye Renditions of Jay-Z 12″ colored vinyl

Ronnie James Dio – Ronnie James Dio and Friends Stand Up to Cancer 12″ picture disc 

Joe Satriani – Self-titled EP 12″ vinyl

Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud/I’m a Mess 7″ vinyl

Bessie Smith – At the Christmas Ball 7″ vinyl

Sneakers – Self-titled 10″ vinyl

South Park – James Cameron/My Bitch Ain’t No Hobbit 7″ picture disc

Phil Spector and Various Artists – A Christmas Gift For You 12″ colored vinyl

St. Vincent – Pieta 10″ vinyl

They Might Be Giants – Flood 12″ colored vinyl

The Big Lebowski soundtrack 12″ colored vinyl

Frozen 7″ picture disc

The Velvet Underground – Live MXMXCIII 12″ vinyl

Wu Tang Clang – C.R.E.A.M 10″ picture disc 

Neil Young Official Release Series 5-8 vinyl boxset

Neil Young Zuma, Time Fades Away and On the Beach T-shirts

RSD Limited Run/Regional Focus (titles are released in very small runs (1000 or less) or in specific regions of the country)

The Acadia Strain – The Dead Walk 12″ colored vinyl

Death Grips – Government Plates 12″ vinyl

Five Finger Death Punch – Puragatory 12″ picture disc

Korn – The Paradigm Shift 12″ picture disc

Los Straightjackets – Los Straightjackets  Play Some of the Great Instrumental Hits 10″ vinyl

Ra Ra Riot – Two Hearts Beat as One 7″ vinyl

RSD First Release (titles that are available first at indie stores and then at other retailers at a later point) 

Diplo – F10RIDA CD and 12″ vinyl 

Echosmith – Cool Kids 12″ picture disc

Faith No More – Motherfucker 7″ vinyl

Jimi Hendrix – Hear My Music 12″ vinyl

Imagine Dragons – Nightvisions 12″ picture disc

Kinks – Muswell Hillbillies 2 x 12″ vinyls

Leftover Salmon – High Country CD

Elvis Presley – Showroom International 2 x 12″ vinyl

American Hustle Sountrack 2 x 12″ colored vinyls

Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol 1 Cassette 



Album Feature: Half the City – St. Paul & the Broken Bones


“Brother, can I get an ‘amen’? Amen! That’s the sentiment the listener gets after hearing Alabama based sextet St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Influenced by the church, specifically the black gospel tradition in addition to vintage soul, debut albumHalf the City is a legit soul LP in 2014. Soul and the year 2014 seem an unlikely pairing, particularly with the heavy reliance of electronic instruments and autotune, but the relationship proves to be one that’s ‘Simply Beautiful’ as Al Green would put it. St. Paul (aka Paul Janeway) leads the charge of the soul-band, delivering truly amazing, gut-wrenching vocal performances. Unafraid to get ‘down and dirty’ with it, Janeway’s Pentecostal influence coupled with a love for James Brown, translates nearly perfectly on Half the City…” – Brent Faulkner, (See full review here.)

Black Friday at Pure Pop

Hey Folks!

Time again to get some special releases that are only available at your favorite indie record stores.

We will be opening on Friday at 10 a.m. People will enter on a first come, first serve basis.  As always, we do like to provide everyone in line the opportunity to get their most desired items.  We will conduct a wish list drawing similar to what we did on Record Store Day.

If you are in line by 9:30 a.m., you will be able to hand in a wish list of up to 10 items that you would like to purchase.  We will randomly draw from the collected wish lists & reserve the top 2 items available from each drawn wish list.  These 2 items will be reserved for you behind the counter.

So please remember, first in line means first in the store but doesn’t guarantee that you will get all the items you desire.  First in line does mean that you will get first access to items that are not reserved thru the wish list drawing.

Thanks again for your understanding.  The wish list drawing went really well on Record Store Day, it allows  everyone a chance to get their hands on the items they desire without having to camp out in line for 4 hours.

I know many people are away for the holiday week.  If you are unable to make it to the store on Friday, we will start taking requests by phone/email on items beginning at 11 am.

There is a list below that Meg prepared that details all the special releases that Pure Pop has received for Black Friday.

Please note that will be having a sale on all non-Black Friday titles.*

10% vinyl/new cds/dvds/t-shirts/posters

20 % used cds

*does not include already discounted/sale items


Black Friday at Pure Pop list

Pure Pop is here for you today to address that big elephant in the room.

That’s right, folks, Black Friday is in the all-too-near future. To celebrate, we offer below a list of the better things to think about purchasing.

Joseph Arthur $14.97

Atlas Genius: $16.97

Bad Things: $6.97

Band of Horses: $4.97

Beat Box Book: $59.97

Blackberry Smoke/Lynyrd Skynyrd $5.97

Blind Boys of Alabam/Isbell/JP White $5.97

Brendan Benson $19.97

Blood Ceremony $22.97

Brandi Carlile $7.97

Charles Bradley: $6.47

Billy Bragg & Wilco Mermaid Ave $37.97

Billy Bragg & Wilco Vol 2 $37.97

Billy Bragg & Wilco Vol. 3: $37.97

Carcass $24.97

Nick Cave: $22.97 (LP)/$12.97(CD)

Chris Robinson Band $74.97

Church of Misery $24.97

Civil Wars: $9.97

The Clash-Self-titled: $13.97

The Clash- Combat Rock: $13.97

The Clash-Give ‘Em Enough Rope: $13.97

The Clash-London Calling: $19.97

The Clash-Sadinista: $22.97

Gene Clark: $18.97

Cold War Kids $9.97

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.: $21.97

Miles Davis-Jazz Track: $24.97

Miles Davis- Kind of Blue: $24.97

Miles Davis: Miles + Monk: $24.97

Dawes cd $6.97

Dawes lp $12.97

Lana Del Ray: $21.97

Devin Townsend Project $12.97

The Doors: $24.97

Duran Duran: $16.97

John Denver and His Muppet Friends: $24.97

Bob Dylan: $39.97

Fallout Boy: $14.97

A Tribute to John Fahey: $24.97

Failure: $24.97

Flaming Lips (CD): $9.97

Flaming Lips (LP): $18.97

Fleshtones: $7.97

Foals: $19.97

Ghost BC $22.97

Robert Glasper: $10.97

Grateful Dead: $39.97

Jackie Greene: $12.97

Vince Guaraldi: $8.97

Hardworking Americans: $5.97

Jimi Hendrix: $9.97

Hot Wacks VA: $5.97

Michael Hurley: $19.97

Jethro Tull: $24.97

Jack Johnson: $14.97

Ernie Kovacs: $14.97

Lady Gaga: $21.97

Ladytron: $21.97

Sondre Lerche: $11.97

Life of Agony $27.97

Low/Shearwater: $5.97

Nick Lowe: $24.97

Dave Matthews Band: $77.97-$89.97

Metallica: $39.97 reg. ($54.97 for 45rpm edition)

Mystical Weapons: $19.97


Harry Nilsson: $24.97

Nirvana: $44.97

Nonono: $8.97

Roy Orbison: $109.97

Van Dyke Parks $9.97

Lullaby Renditions of Pearl Jam: $17.97

Puscifer: $19.97

Vitamin String Quartet performs Radiohead: $17.97

Red Hot Chili Peppers: $34.97

Replacements: $24.97

Rolling Stones: $9.97

Rush: $12.97

A Tribute to Shel Silverstein: $24.97

Silversun Pickups: $12.97

Paul Simon-Self-titled: $24.97

Paul Simon-Still Crazy After All These Years: $24.97

Paul Simon-There Goes Rhymin’ Simon: $24.97

Skaters: $6.97

Sly and the Family Stone: $9.97

Stone Temple Pilots: $22.97

Sunn O.: $26.97

Surfaris $9.97

Tegan & Sara: $6.97

Ten Big Stiffs: $89.97

Josh Tillman $15.97

Trigger Hippy: $11.97

Truth & Soul Box: $54.97

U2: $15.97

Uncle Tupelo: $9.97

Upsetters/Lee Scratch Perry: $28.97

Townes Van Zandt: $49.97

Widespread Panic: $74.97

Xiu Xiu: $21.97

Zabriskie Point Soundtrack: $29.97

See? Despite its appropriately ominous name, Black Friday doesn’t have to be so bad!

More information on these titles is available on the record store day site, click here.

Vinyl update 7/10/13

First, we got the new stuff

Hard Stuff/Metal
Palms (Isis & Deftones members)
Amon Amarth
August Burns Red
Congo Natty
Grime 2.0
Mount Kimbie
Ed Records Vol 4
Nate Young(NNA)
Ryan Power(NNA)
Deep Magic
Wolf Eyes
Richard Youngs
George Benson
Robert Walter’s 20th Congress
Cornell Campbell
Jimmy Cliff


About Group
Bass Drum of Death **Manager’s pick**
Ben Folds Five-LIve
Bosnian Rainbows
Daughn Gibson
Goo Goo Dolls
Jane’s Addiction-Live
Pokey LaFarge
Light Heat
Lightning Dust
Little Green Cars
Middle Class Rut
Ocean Blue
Salvia Plath
Smith Westerns
Speedy Ortiz
Spinto Band
Thriftstore Masterpiece
Anna Von Hausswolff
David Yow
Cheyenne Mize
Aoife O’Donovan
Bob Schneider
Booker T
Mavis Staples

Then we have a few re-issues or 1st time issues of older stuff

Boubacar Traore-1st
S.E. Rogie-Sounds of
Public Image Ltd.-First Issue
Allman Brothers-Brothers & Sisters
Kris Kristofferson-Kristofferson
De La Soul-3 Feet High & Rising
House of Pain-House of Pain
John Prine-Missing Years
Lightnin Slim-High & Lowdown
Tim Buckley-Starsailor
Rudimentary Peni-Archaic
Stone Temple Pilots-Purple
Faith No More-Angel Dust