RSD Black Friday 2022
One of the most highly sought-after albums from post-emo legends The Appleseed Cast, out of print for years. 2XLP with gatefold packaging.
As the Little Things Go | A Bright Light | The Road West | The Summer Before | One Reminder, An Empty Room | Raise the Sails | Like a Locust | South Col | An Army of Fireflies
Vinyl: $64.98 Buy
A limited RSD Black Friday Watchmen release that combines Music From The Motion Picture and the Original Motion Picture Score in a three disc package. Music From the Motion Picture is pressed on "Smiley Face" yellow vinyl and features tracks from My Chemical Romance, Leonard Cohen, Nat King Cole and Jimi Hendrix and a custom etching. The Original Score is by Tyler Bates and is pressed on "Dr. Manhattan" blue vinyl.
One of the all-time-best cult classic horror flicks which shockingly has never had a release before - until now. Gatefold jacket with colored vinyl.
Main Title | Table for Six | Dinner's On Charles | Balls in the Slammer | Ditching School | Pop Wax Theme | How About a Nightcap | History | Sarah and the Marquis | Come and See | Tight | Tony and Friend | Meet Dracula | The Wolfman | Move Over Mummy | Wilfred Tells It All | Red Herring | No Squeeze Tonight | Gimme a Hand | Whore that you are | Duel Del MArquis | Like a Closer Look | Sucked In | Whip Me Dady | End Title
Mimic, released in 1997, was Guillermo del Toro’s first big budget English-language film and the second film composed by Marco Beltrami, who had just completed work on Scream the previous year. Available for the first time on vinyl, the soundtrack features new, original artwork and a triptych jacket design which displays the creature’s multiple faces. Dark Green vinyl for RSD Black Friday.
1. Main Title - 2:51
2. Race To The Subway - 1:38
3. Time To Separate - 0:58
4. Chuy Steps Out - 3:20
5. Manny Searches For His Son - 1:51
6. Slow Tango - 2:15
7. Chased By A Bug - 1:16
8. Susan Meets Chuy - 1:05
9. Faulty Scaffolding - 1:22
10. Manny's Tango - 1:56
11. Evil Among Us - 1:10
12. Confronting Terror - 2:18
13. The Lucistic's Alive - 1:28
14. Reunited - 2:51
15. End Credits - 2:01
16. La Cucaracha - 3:35
1. Big River
2. Train Medley
3. I Got Stripes
4. Wreck of the Old 97
A Best Of collection from the band’s early days. Out of print since 2010, and for the first time on colored vinyl for RSD Black Friday.
Machine Gun Man, Dead As Yesterday, All For You, 13 Years of Grief, Bleed For Me, Doomsday Jesus, Stillborn, Won't Find It Here, Suicide Messiah, In This River, Fire It Up, New Religion, Instrumental Intro, The Blessed Hellride (acoustic), Spoke In The Wheel (acoustic), Stillborn
The Next Day Extra contains various album outtakes and remixes from David Bowie’s The Next Day album. In the summer of 2013, unreleased songs – ‘Atomica’, ‘The Informer’, ‘Like A Rocket Man’, and ‘Born In A UFO’ – were finally completed after remaining unfinished during the main album sessions. Two remixes, ‘Love Is Lost’ (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA), a ten-minute opus by LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and the Venetian Mix of ‘I’d Rather Be High’ were added plus the Japanese bonus track "The Informer".
2. Love Is Lost - Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for the DFA
3. The Informer
1. I'd Rather Be High - Venetian Mix
2. Like a Rocket Man
3. Born In a UFO
4. God Bless the Girl
The sequel to the legendary Season Of Da Siccness will be released late 2022 and to celebrate, Brotha Lynch Hung is releasing a very limited blood splattered vinyl edition of his classic second album Season Of Da Siccness for RSD Black Friday.
While his debut felt like the work a lone visionary, Season of Da Siccness heralds a movement. Lynch is backed by several of his Sacramento cronies, and his burgeoning posse was rewarded when the album reached #13 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. Whereas 24 Deep relied heavily on vintage samples, Season of Da Siccness focuses on a self-made vision of funk. “Sicc-Made,” “Rest in P**s” and “Liquor Sicc” embody a slow-moving concoction of hissing synths, groaning bass, and shards of piano. The sound design is a total representation of Lynch’s themes: nausea, psychosis, and claustrophobia. In turn, the imagery has become even more grotesque. Though Lynch’s songs grow out of everyday tales of ghetto living, his narratives are infested with disturbing, almost surrealistic imagery: baby spines, floating entrails, and caskets full of purple marijuana smoke. Lynch’s art is so image-oriented that he functions more like a painter than a songwriter. The highlight might be “Welcome 2 Your Own Death,” which creeps along on top of a growling subterranean bass tone worthy of John Carpenter.
Rest In Piss
Get Da Baby
Return Of Da Baby
Locc 2 Da Brain
Datz Real Gangsta
Dead Man Walking
Season Of Da Siccness
Welcome 2 Your Own Death
Inhale With Da Devile.
The complete albums set includes Eric Burdon & War: Eric Burdon Declares War on transparent violet, Black Man’s Burdon on translucent sun yellow, and Love Is All Around on transparent red vinyl for the first time on LP since the ‘70s and mastered by Bernie Grundman.
This set features the original album recut from the original master tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering, please an additional LP of rare studio outtakes, alternate versions, and previously unreleased instrumental rough mixes from the Clear Spot sessions.
Cultural icon and Chicago rap legend Chief Keef, has continuously kept his status as one of the true noisemakers in the Hip-Hip world. 4NEM, his first solo album in over three years, cements that status as it was released to both critical and commercial acclaim. Although it’s been out for a few short months, it is already widely considered to be one of the best releases of the year and of Chief Keef’s career. This is the first time it will be available on vinyl.
Tuxedo (feat. Tadoe)
Say I Ain’t Pick Yo Weak Ass Up (feat. Ballout)
Like It’s Yo Job
Ice Cream Man
I Don’t Think They Love Me
Hurry B4 The Gate Close
Picking Big Sean Up-Bonus Track
The 1967 jazz classic (plus 13 bonus tracks) mastered by Grammy(R)-winner Michael Graves available on double-LP in a gatefold sleeve with photos and liner notes. Fully authorized by the Bobby Cole Estate.
1) Status Quo
2) The Name Of The Game Is Trouble
3) Lover Boy
4) You Can’t Build A Life On A Look
5) But It’s Spring
7) You Could Hear A Pin Drop
8) A Change Of Scene
9) A Perfect Day
10) Elegy For Eve
11) No Difference At All
12) I’m Growing Old
Coryell is the classic 1969 studio album, known as the “Best Sounding” Larry Coryell release. Out of print on vinyl until now. This deluxe package includes an OBI strip, single album jacket, printed inner sleeve, original record labels and special crystal clear rose color vinyl.
"Play this loud and your life might change forever." –Rolling Stone
Sex | Beautiful Woman | The Jam with Albert | Elementary Guitar Solo #5 | No One Really Knows | Morning Sickness | Ah Wuv Ooh
Since he was the legendary wild man of the Kinks -- the man responsible for their proto-heavy metal guitars, the battling brother of Ray -- it's been easy to pigeonhole Dave Davies as just a hard rocker but anybody who paid close attention to his solo work would know that he has a spiritual, even mystical, dimension to his music which shines through clearly on this classic Dave Davies album.
Originally released in 2007, Fractured Mindz was Dave’s first release after a stroke several years earlier -- a musical journey with The Kinks' guitarist with stops for fame and fortune, sibling rivalry and stroke recovery. First time on vinyl! 2XLP with etching on 4th side.
1. This is the Time
2. Free Me
3. All About Me
4. Come to the River
6. Remember Who You Are
7. The Waiting Hours
8. Rock Siva
9. The Blessing
10. Factured Mindz
11. God in My Brain
In 1992, Dave Davies and Gerry Goffin wrote "21st Century" together at a coffee shop in Los Angeles. It is a song about the then-upcoming new millennium, but eerily, the lyrics could have been written today. This RSD Black Friday 7” single pairs a demo of “21st Century” with “Web of Time, a B-side from Davies’ 2018 album Decade.
"21st Century"/"Web of Time"
Thanks to Foo Fighter Dave Grohl and friends, DREAM WIDOW lives.
DREAM WIDOW is the malevolent creation of Dave Grohl (handling vocals, guitar, bass and drums) and lead guitarist Jim Rota of Fireball Ministry renown. Assisted on a few tracks by keyboardists Rami Jaffee and Oliver Roman, Grohl and Rota make good on the sinister promise to blur the lines between reality and darkest fantasy.
The name and mythos of DREAM WIDOW will be familiar to those who’ve laughed and screamed watching Foo Fighters’ horror-comedy feature film, STUDIO 666. In the film, Foo Fighters attempt to record their newest album in the same house where the legendary — and fictional — DREAM WIDOW met its tragic and untimely end — with hilariously horrifying consequences.
The vinyl version of this eight song collection is a limited pressing exclusive to independent record stores for RSD Black Friday.
3. March of the Insane
4. The Sweet Abyss
5. Angel With Severed Wings
1. Come All Ye Unfaithful
3. Lacrimus dei Ebrius
The debut vinyl release of this 2008 album on double silver/blue vinyl.
Introduction N the Game / Pimp In My Own Rhyme / Don't Flex / Paid Dues / Friend of Foe / Space Age Pimpin' / Sho'nuff / Just Like Candy / In The Middle of the Night / What Can I Do / Throw Your Hands Up / Starships and Rockets / The Artist Pays The Price / Have You Been Ok / That Girl / Lay It Down
Billie Eilish’s sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, written and produced solely by Billie and her brother FINNEAS. Includes the Top 10 singles, “my future,” “Therefore I Am,” and “Your Power.” This RSD Black Friday Exclusive 2xLP set is pressed on 100% recycled black vinyl in a rainbow foil jacket with a lithograph print.
1. Getting Older
2. I Didn’t Change My Number
3. Billie Bossa Nova
4. my future
7. Lost Cause
8. Halley’s Comet
9. Not My Responsibility
11. Everybody Dies
12. Your Power
14. Therefore I Am
15. Happier Than Ever
16. Male Fantasy
From 1994, the second Engine Kid album, remastered from the original tapes, and including an unreleased track from the session. For this RSD Black Friday version, a bonus colored 7” flexi with four new songs recorded by the original lineup is included.
ALBUM TRACK LISTING:
Holes To FIght In, Windshield, Nailgun, Anchor,Expressionists, Jumper Cables, Stitches, Fanbelt, Herbie Hancock, Lie Like Knives.
7” TRACK LISTING:
A1. Burban on Bladez A2. Special Olympics A3. The Abbatoir
They are rap’s first great duo, one that excelled as rappers and producers. They are among the most-sampled rap acts of all time, their tunes having been mined by Jay-Z, DMX, 2Pac and Tha Alkaholiks, among many others. They introduced funk-styled production to rap, paving the way for Dr. Dre’s The Chronic. And even though their own rap skill was immense, they are also the best talent scouts in rap history, introducing the likes of Redman, Das EFX and Keith Murray. Then they broke up and reunited to rave reviews. The group is EPMD, undisputed legends in the rap game.
Celebrating their rich history, RBC Records releases an exclusive limited edition version of their highly respected reunion album We Mean Business, their first album on their own EP Records and their seventh overall.
“All of our albums have Business in the title,” Smith explains. “Now that we’re in a new era and the game is changed, we realize that it’s different from when we handed in a CD to our first label to being at Def Jam. Erick and I created our own vehicle to be able to drop this album. That’s how we came with the title We Mean Business, because we do.”
EPMD updates its classic sound and sentiment on “Listen Up,” a funk-drenched song complete with a talk box and featuring the one and only Mr. Teddy Riley. Recognizing EPMD’s status as pioneers, Sermon acknowledges how important his lyrics are: “Can’t talk ignorant/I got some intelligent folks that’s digging it.”
Those same folks will be digging We Mean Business song “Roc Da Spot,” a throwback of sorts to “You Gots To Chill,” one of 1988’s most acclaimed rap singles. “The beat had that EPMD sound, as far as the claps,” Sermon says. “It had a familiarity to it because of the sound and, 20 years later, we’ve still got that funk coming.”
“It’s very important for us to stay us,” Smith adds. “People want to hear and see EPMD.” That’s because We Mean Business isn’t just an album title for EPMD. It’s a mindstat
Puttin’ Work In (feat. Raekwon)
What You Talkin’ (Havoc)
Run It (feat. KRS-One)
Listen Up (feat. Teddy Riley)
Never Defeat ‘Em (feat. Method Man)
Left 4 Dead
They tell Me (feat. Keith Murray)
Actin’ Up (feat. Tre, Vic D)