Tons of exclusive vinyl records will be released in independent record stores on Friday for this year's Record Store Day Black Friday. The eclectic list of releases includes records from Nine Inch Nails, Beck, Stone Sour, MGMT and Green Day, among many others.
Nine Inch Nails will be releasing a box set called Halo I-IV. The collection will include 12-inch vinyl singles of "Down In It," "Head Like a Hole" and "Sin," plus the full-length 1989 version of Pretty Hate Machine.
Beck's new single "Dreams" will get the vinyl treatment for Record Store Day Black Friday. The 12-inch single also will feature a capella and an instrumental versions of the track.
Stone Sour's contribution to Record Store Day Black Friday will be Straight Outta Burbank, a covers EP featuring the band's takes on songs by The Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden, Slayer, Motley Crue and Bad Brains.
MGMT will be revisiting their first record by releasing a glow-in-the dark version of their 2005 EP Time to Pretend. The EP also features MGMT's follow-up single, "Kids."
Green Day is reissuing their 2004 punk rock opera American Idiot on red-and-black and white-and-black colored vinyl.
Record Store Day Black Friday also will features releases from Coheed and Cambria, The Arcs, Spoon, Megadeth, Dave Matthews Band, Faith No More, Houndmouth, Garbage, Jesus and Mary Chain, Tenacious D and many more.
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