Record Store Day: What to look for on Saturday

Scott Mervis, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on

Published in Entertainment News

Joni Mitchell, “Archives, Vol. 1 (1963-1967)”: Rare home recordings, live performances and radio broadcasts.

Tom Petty, “Angel Dream (Songs and Music from the Motion Picture She's the One)”: Reimagining of “She’s The One,” which included songs that were left off the original “Wildflowers” album. On cobalt blue vinyl.

Prince, “The Truth”: Originally released as an accompaniment to the 1998 triple album “Crystal Ball,” this is a mostly “acoustic” session with some electronic elements.

Rage Against The Machine, “The Battle Of Mexico City”: The Los Angeles rap-metal band’s 1999 debut in Mexico, on red and green colored vinyl with a white label as a tribute to the Mexican flag.

The Replacements, “The Pleasure's All Yours: Pleased to Meet Me Outtakes & Alternates”: Collection of material from the Minneapolis band’s sessions for the fifth album.

Twenty One Pilots, “Location Sessions”: Live versions of three songs from “Trench,” along with live version of "Level of Concern."


Warren Zevon, “Preludes”: Vinyl release of the 2007 double set of unreleased outtakes and demos comes with 20-page bound book.


For the complete list, go to recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases.


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