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Here's Everything You Need To Know About Record Store Day 2017

Record Store Day is coming ! This year marks the 10th anniversary of Record Store Day, which ,means that it will be like Christmas for vinyl collectors everywhere. In anticipation of the many festivities and giveaways this Saturday April 22, 2017 we here at WITIN RADIO have compiled a list of "must haves" ! Check out our list below and let us know what you think !
Crosley, a leading audio brand since launching its first radio in the 1920s, merges Record Store Day’s tenth anniversary with the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: A New Hope, to create the ultimate audio-geek must-have. The special edition Crosley Cruiser Deluxe is a retro-looking portable three-speed turntable that features modern touches like pitch control and bluetooth capability. Price: $109.95
An out-of-print picture disc of Prince’s “Little Red Corvette” and “1999” will be reissued. Limited to 5,000 copies. A number of the musician’s other singles, including “Sign O’ the Times”, “I Wish U Heaven”, “I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man”, and “Batdance” will also be reissued on 12-inch maxi-vinyl.
André 3000 previously covered The Beatles’ “All Together Now” for a 2010 Nike commercial. Seven years later that cover will finally be released on 7-inch vinyl, with an unreleased instrumental serving as its B-side. Limited to 5,000 copies.
David Bowie fans will get not one, but two releases including a reissue of the late great icon’s 1971 Bowpromo white label album and a previously unreleased live recording from September 5th, 1974 in Los Angeles.

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