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2017 Record Store Day Black Friday vinyl releases include discs from Chris Cornell, Dan Auerbach, Death from Above & more 

Courtesy of Record Store DayThanksgiving is approaching and so is the 2017 edition of Record Store Day's Black Friday event, held this year on November 24. As usual, a wide variety of cool limited-edition vinyl discs will be available in independent record stores, including releases from Chris Cornell, Dan Auerbach and Death from Above.

The late Cornell's release will be a 12-inch EP titled Poncier, named after Matt Dillon's character in the 1992 grunge rom-com Singles. The five-song collection, featuring the track "Seasons," will be available on vinyl and cassette -- with artwork by Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament--  for the first time on Record Store Day Black Friday.

Auerbach's contribution is a seven-inch single with a new song called "Cellophane Angel," as well as tracks from two of his collaborators: Sonny Smith and Robert Finley.

Death from Above is releasing a seven-inch clear vinyl single featuring the song "Freeze Me"-- the lead single from the band's new album Outrage! Is Now -- plus a new track called "Keep It Real Dumb."

Other artists releasing vinyl for Record Store Day Black Friday include Anthrax, Cold War Kids, Gorillaz, Gary Clark Jr., Iggy Pop, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Black Label Society, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Gone Is Gone, The Kills, At the Drive-In, Fleet Foxes and Sublime.

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