The Black Friday
Vinyl Giveaways: The Vaccines Live in London

Continuing with our Record Store Day Black Friday Vinyl Giveaways, we’ll have a vinyl giveaway every day till we close for Thanksgiving! Be sure to stop by your local independent record store on Black Friday itself to pick up one of the Black Friday Special Releases—special limited edition vinyl released that day. In the meantime, enter to win one of our picks of already-released material for your lists of the nice, or if you prefer, naughty.

We’re continuing our run of autographed items with The Vaccines’ Live in London 12″ as shown right up there.

The Vaccines debut their new single “Tiger Blood” on 12/13, which was recorded with Albert Hammond, Jr. from the Strokes. Sign up for The Vaccines newsletter to be the first to hear the new track!

Enter to win the autographed EP by telling us your choice for the most kick ass live record of all time. Personally, I’m putting KISS Alive! and Thin Lizzy’s Live and Dangerous at the top of any list.

The winner will be chosen after we return from the holiday on Monday, November 28th, and must have a mailing address in North America.

Official contest rules and regulations.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jonmbauer Jon Bauer

    The most kick ass live album of all time is The Residents 13th Anniversary Show, Live in the USA double disc, recorded at First Avenue, Minnesota.

  • http://twitter.com/italianmojo887 francesco marano

    Allman Brothers Band “Live at Fillmore East” is my choice for most kick ass live album.

  • http://twitter.com/decolonize e

    I don’t want to be entered (I’m sure there’s a bigger, more deserving Vaccines fan), but I gotta throw in Bob Marley and the Wailers’ Live! The story goes that it was recorded on the same mobile studio used by Zeppelin, Lou Reed and others, and was owned by the Stones. How fly is that? Plus it has the best live recording of “Trenchtown Rock.”

  • Petehiltonjr

    Spiritualized- live from royal Albert hall

  • Jamie

    “Beach Boys Concert,” their first live album

  • Dulcerandy_arzola

    Paramore “The Final Riot”

  • Katty H

    The best live album in my opinion is Modern Lovers ‘Live’ (1978). Not only are they a fantastic band, but their live energy inspired The Vaccines’ debut album. You can clearly see the influence that the Modern Lovers have had on them! 😀

  • Evann

    David Bowie – Live Santa Monica ’72. Gorgeous album.

  • Abbey

    Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live 1975-85

  • Emily

    Under Great White Northern Lights – The White Stripes

  • Danielle

    Queen- Live at Wembley ’86!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gerrit-Feenstra/1283794118 Gerrit Feenstra

    Jane’s Addiction’s self-titled live first release! “Chip Away” tears my face off every time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/torrmoz Torr Leonard

    The Cure “Show” or “Paris”.

  • Alexandra

    Jeff Buckley live at Sin-e.  Such brilliance.

  • Jesus Ayala Jr

    Johnny Cash – At Folsom Prison 

    Live from the Royal Albert Hall by The Killers deserves an honorable mention.

  • Jessica

    Definitely KISS Alive! I love that album.

  • NobodysNemo

    The Band, “The Last Waltz” C’mon it has The Band, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Ringo Starr, and more. I’m gonna guess The Vaccines were influenced by these guys in some way, shape, or form.

  • Gary

    Depeche Mode “Songs of Faith and Devotion” live. 1993.  The  live recording gave the full album a new intensity that still resonates almost 20 years later. 

  • Theresa

    Kiss Destroyer

  • Jessie

    The Who’s The Kids Are Alright, live at Sheperton 1978 😀
    soo awesome.

  • Rikki Schmitz

    Johnny Cash at Folsom Prson

  • Anonymous

    I’ll throw Muse’s HAARP into the ring… hope I win this, missed out on seeing The Vaccines on tour when they cancelled because of Justin’s throat!

  • Meghana Kandlur

    Beirut’s Live at the Music Hall of Williamsburg

  • groovyslugs

    The White Stripes – Under Great Northern Lights. I don’t even know where to begin with that album. So awesome…

  • Chelsea

    Wilco’s Kicking Television: Live in Chicago

  • stacey agecoutay

    Dave Matthews Band Live at the Gorge

  • Luke

    The Germs – Live at the Whiskey 77

  • Luchadorman

    Nothing on Earth beats Johnny Cash Live at San Quentin Prison. The man was raw and real, candid and obliging to the audience. That show was the way all concerts should be.

  • Sam

    I have three: The Clash Live at Shea Stadium, The Velvet Underground Live MCMXCII and Johnny Cash Live at San Quentin Prison. 

    And maybe the Vaccines Live in London? Is flattery permitted?

  • DanCoxon

    I thought I commented before, but maybe not! I’ll throw Muse’s HAARP into the ring… hope I win this, missed out on seeing The Vaccines on tour when they cancelled because of Justin’s throat!

  • http://thevinyldistrict.com oliviaung

    The winner has been notified. Check your email!

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