Record Store Day 2011 – Comprehensive Release Guide Part 2

A Comprehensive list of all the releases for Record Store Day 2011 – Part 2 features the second HALF of the RSD2011 exclusive releases. View the first half here.

Part 2: The “Exclusives N-Z”

New York DollsFool For You Baby / Pills Savoy – 7″ – Live b-side track.

NirvanaHormoaning UMe – 12″ – 4000 copies – This EP was originally released in Australia, this is the first time it has been released in the U.S. Includes 4 covers: Devo’s “Turnaround“, “Molly’s Lips” and “Son Of A Gun” originally by The Vaselines and “D-7” originally by The Wipers. Also includes “Aneurysm” and “Even In His Youth“, originally b-sides for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” single.

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of MontrealThe Past is a Grotesque Animal Polyvinyl – LP – 1000 copies – The A-side features the album version of “The Past Is a Grotesque Animal” from 2007’s Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? at 45 RPM! The B-side is a new version of “The Past Is a Grotesque Animal” that was made for the Spike Jonze short film “I’m Here” in which a fake robot band called The Lost Trees perform the song. The song was re-envisioned by of Montreal chief musician Kevin Barnes, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ guitarist Nick Zinner, and members of the Moonrats.

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OFF!Live at Generation Records VICE – 7″ – 2000 copies

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OpethThe Throat of Winter Roadrunner – 7″ – 1000 copies – 7″ Single Exclusive to RSD. Track previously available digitally, only the second 7″ the band has ever releasedb-side is etched.

Roy OrbisonOnly the Lonely / Oh, Pretty Woman (live in Holland) – Legacy – 7″ – 7″ featuring mono mix of “Only The Lonely” & unreleased live version ofOh Pretty Woman.”

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Ozzy OsbourneFlying High Again / I Don’t Know (live) – Legacy – 7″ – Limited edition recreation of original 1981 7″ single.

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Shuggie OtisInspiration Information Luaka Bop – 2x 12″ 180 gram – 1000 copies – Luaka Bop represses this all time classic for Record Store Day 2011. 2LP 180 gram vinyl.

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OwenO, Evelyn / Girlfriend in a Coma Polyvinyl – 7″ – 2000 copies – 7-inch from Mike Kinsella (American Football, Cap’n Jazz), recorded and released specifically for Record Store Day.

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Buck OwensClose Up the Honky Tonks / My Heart Skips a Beat Omnivore – 7″ – 1000 copies

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Pearl JamImmortality / Rearviewmirror Legacy – 7″

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Peter Bjorn and JohnDig A Little Deeper / What I Could Do If I Wanted Columbia – 7″ – b-side is exclusive to this release.

PhishTwo Soundchecks Jemp Records – 7″ – 2000 copies – Phish’s first Record Store Day release is also the band’s first-ever live vinyl release. Side A is an instrumental jam culled from the third show of a sold out three-night stand at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA. Side B is an especially exotic soundcheck from Hartford, CT in 2009.

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PiebaldVol I-III Rise Records – 12″ x3 – 1000 copies – 3 LP’s in 1 triple gate fold package.  Albums are: When Life Hand You Lemons, If It Weren’t For Venetian Blinds, It Would Be Curtains For Us All and We Are the Only Friends We Have.

PinbackInformation Retrieved A Temporary Residence – 7″ – 1500 copies – Packaged in an unbelievably cool screenprinted evidence bag, sealed with RECORD STORE DAY branded evidence tape. Includes breathtaking artwork by Daniel Danger, plus loads of esoteric goodies. Released in conjunction with Pinback’s US tour which begins April 17.

Pink Floyd London 66/67 Snapper Music – 12″ white vinyl – 1500 copies – The classic Syd Barrett-era Floyd at their most adventurous and exploratory, London 1966/1967 features two rare performances, including an explosive 17 minute version of “Interstellar Overdrive“, recorded at the legendary Sound Techniques studio in early 1967. These first ever studio recordings from the classic 1960’s Pink Floyd line-up are now available on a limited edition 180 gram white vinyl version in a gatefold cover, with printed inner sleeve.

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QueenKeep Yourself Alive / Son and Daughter Hollywood Records – 7″ – The first in a series of releases kicking off Queen’s 40th Anniversary, this single is being re-issued on vinyl in a great picture sleeve and it’s newly remastered by Bob Ludwig.

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R.E.M.THREE Warner Brothers – 7″ set – 3250 copies – Package will be Exclusive to RSD.  Three b-side tracks never before issued in any form. Mine Smell Like Honey/Supernatural Superserious, Oh My Heart/Harborcoat, Uberlin/What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? (Live In Oslo, Norway).

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Red Hot Chili Peppers / Ramones – Havana Affair Warner Brothers – 7″ – 3585 copies – 7″ Side By Side Series Exclusive to RSD.

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Rise Against Join the Ranks Fat Wreck Chords – 7″ – 800 copies – Join The Ranks (previously on CD reissue of The Unraveling, unrleased on vinyl); Gethsemane (previously on CD reissue of The Unraveling, unreleased on vinyl); Generation Lost (previously on CD version of Fat Music Vol 6 comp, unreleased on vinyl).

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Rival SchoolsWring It Out / Choose Your Adventure Atlantic – 7″ clear vinyl – 1500 copies – B Side is a remix by Glassjaw’s Daryl Palumbo.

RushCaravan / BU2B Atlantic – 7″ – 3000 copies – Tracks previously issued but not in this format. Half shipped on red vinyl, half shipped opaque white vinyl. Random.

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Ryan Adams and The CardinalsClass Mythology ep – Pax-AM Records – 2x 7″ – 2500 copies – “gatefold double 7″ (one yellow, one orange) featuring 4 unreleased outtakes from the “Cardinology” era. Cover collages done by Ryan Adams with never-before-seen photos on the inner-gatefold and a 7″ x7″ mini-poster and Cardinals sticker inserted in each package.

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Raphael SaadiqRadio / Can’t Jig Anymore Columbia – 7″

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SkysawNo One Can Tell Dangerbird – 7″ – 1000 copies – New band from Smashing Pumpkins’ Jimmy Chamberlain.

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Sonic YouthWhore’s Moaning UMe – 12″ – 4000 copies – Sonic Youth’s Australian tour only EP from ’93 – riffing on a similarly titled set their pals Nirvana put out in the region the previous year. Includes “Sugar Kane (Edit)”, the New York Dolls cover “Personality Crisis“, “The End Of The End Of Ugly“, “Is It My Body” and “Tamra“.

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Regina SpektorFour From Far Sire – 7″ – 3350 copies – contains the digital exclusive “Riot Gear“, “The Sword & the Pen” and “Time Is All Around“, and “Eet”  from Live in London, now compiled together on  33 1/3 light blue vinyl!

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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street BandGotta Get the Feeling / Racing In the Street Columbia – 10″ – Both tracks from the live Carousel performance from a forthcoming Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band live DVD.

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Television Live At The Old Waldorf Rhino – 2 LP white vinyl – 3000 copies – Live At The Old Waldorf (San Francisco 6/29/78) was originally given the Rhino Handmade treatment back in 2003. That was CD only in an edition of 5,000 units. This Record Store Day 2011 version is 2LPs pressed on white 180 gram vinyl.

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The Beach BoysGood Vibrations / Heroes and Villains Capital – 2X 10″ – 5000 copies – Double 78 RPM vinyl single / 10″ single pocket jacket with foil stamp and numbering. 2 versions of each song including and early take of Good Vibrations and and alternate take of Heroes & Villains.

The Black AngelsAnother Nice Pair Light In The Attic – 12″ red vinyl – 2500 copies – the band’s first 2 EP s on vinyl for the first time! Comes with in an “old style/tip-on” sleeve. Red vinyl. 100 inserts signed by the band will be RANDOMLY packed through the pressing.

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The Black Angels Phosgene Nightmare Blue Horizon – 10″ colored vinyl – 5000 copies – 6 previously unreleased tracks: 1. Melanie’s Melody, 2. Ronettes 3. The Boat Song 4. At Night 5. Choose To Choose 6. Entrance Song (Rain Dance Version).

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The CarsSad Song / Blue Tip Concord – 7″ – The first new Cars music in years with Ric Ocasek back behind the wheel!

The Civil WarsDance Me To The End Of Love / I Want You Back Sensibility Music – 7″ – 1000 copies

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The DoorsRiders On The Storm Rhino – 7″ – 2500 copies – Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the release of LA Woman. Three different picture sleeve covers used for the packaging, distributed at random.

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The Flaming Lips – Heady Nugs: The First Five Warner Bros. Records 1992-2002 Warner Brothers – Vinyl Box Set – 5790 copies

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The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (Sean Lennon)La Carotte Bleue Chimera Music – 12″ – 500 copies – Electric tracks previously release as ltd. edition CD in France.

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The Joy Formidible Whirring / Chwyrlio Atlantic – 7″ – 2000 copies – B-Side, a version of “Whirring” in the band’s native Welsh,  only available in a UK box set.

The Luyas / Twin Sister – SPLIT – Dead Oceans – 7″ – 1500 copies – The Luyas and Twin Sister are close friends and mutual admirers, and what better way to celebrate their kinship than have each of them take up the side of a 7″ single. Both songs on this 7″ are exclusive to the release. Twin Sister’s song “Meet the Frownies” was recorded for the ongoing Weathervane Music project, while the Luyas contribute the exquisite pop song, “When I Am a Woman.” Both bands enchant us with their space-age pop leanings, and together these two songs make up a perfect double A-side of sonic greatness.

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The Red KrayolaHurrican Fighter Plane / Pink Stainless Tail Snapper Music – 7″ – 1000 copies – Remixed by Sonic Boom (Pete Kember of Spacemen Three & producer of MGMT). Ltd edition yellow vinyl. Packaged in an International Artists Records House Bag.

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The Republic TigersMerrymake It With Me / Whale Fight ATL – 7″ colored vinyl – 2000 copies

The Rolling StonesBrown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock UMe – 7″ – 5000 copies

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The Velvet UndergroundFoggy Notion / I Can’t Stand It Sundazed – 7″ – 1000 copies – These songs, from the long-lost sessions for their fourth album, capture the Velvet Underground at a fascinating transitional point between the understated intimacy of their self-titled third album and the focused melodic rock of their next release, Loaded.

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The YardbirdsGoodnight Sweet Josephine / Think About It Sundazed – 7″ – 2000 copies – The Yardbirds’ final single, originally issued in 1967, combined the baroque pop confection “Goodnight Sweet Josephine” (penned by noted U.K. tunesmith Tony Hazzard) with the original “Think About It,” whose dark, turbulent vibe previewed Led Zeppelin’s heavier approach.

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ToadiesNo Deliverance / Someone Great Kirtland – 7″

Tom Petty and The HeartbreakersTom Petty and The Heartbreakers Reprise – 12 LP white vinyl – 2500 copies – 1976 debut album

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Tom Petty and The HeartbreakersYou’re Going To Get It Reprise – 12 LP blue vinyl – 2500 copies – 1978 second album

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Peter ToshLegalize It / Equal Rights Legacy – 7″ – featuring green/yellow/red colored vinyl.

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Transit Promise Nothing – Rise Records – 7″ – 1000 copies – From Boston. Side A/01: Take What You Can. Side B/02: I’ve Never Told That To Anyone

Urge OverkillEffigy / Smokehouse Urge Overkill Records – 7″ – “Effigy” the first song to be released from Urge Overkill in years. “Insane” is off the band’s 1991 album The Supersonic Storybook on Touch & Go.

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Vivian GirlsI Heard You Say / I Won’t Be Long Polyvinyl – 7″ – 2000 copies – The first single from Vivian Girls’s Share The Joy on Polyvinyl. The B-side’s “I Won’t Be Long” is from the same recording sessions as Share The Joy and is exclusive to this release. Both songs were recorded by Jarvis Taveniere of the Brooklyn combo Woods.

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Wild Flag – Future Crimes Merge – 7″ – 1200 copies – The hotly anticipated debut release from the new musical partnership between Carrie Brownstein, Mary Timony, Janet Weiss and Rebecca Cole will be released in 7-inch form on Record Store Day! Produced by Spoon’s Britt Daniel, these tracks have already become viral hits through widely circulated videos taken during the band’s recent tour dates. Maybe this 7-inch will answer the question posed by WILD FLAG: What do you get when you cross a hamburger with a hot dog?

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Young The GiantApartment / Typhoon Roadrunner – 7″ – 1000 copies – First 7″ from the band. Tracks previously available digitally.

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