This year marks the 10th year of Record Store Day – an annual global event celebrating music and Independent Music Stores on April 22nd.
U2’s Red Hill Mining Town
‘Red Hill Mining Town’ was supposed to be U2’s second single from The Joshua Tree album, but was pushed aside last minute. To coincide with the 30th anniversary of the iconic album, Island Records are releasing a 2017 mix of ‘Red Hill Mining Town’ on limited edition 12” picture disc.
Aqua – Barbie Girl
Every kid of the 90’s will remember this one! Aqua's 1997 hit "Barbie Girl" reached the number one spot in 13 countries when it was first released. To celebrate 20 years since it was originally released, this special hot pink 7" edition comes in a plastic sleeve, because.."life in plastic, it's fantastic!"
Blackstreet – No Diggity
Undoubtedly one of the worlds most well-loved R&B tracks, "No Diggity" will be available on vinyl once again for Record Store Day 2017. Previously this 12" remixes single was only available in the US.
Cribs, The - Mens Needs, Womens Needs, Whatever
To mark “Mens Needs, Womens Needs, Whatever” 10th Anniversary, The Cribs will be releasing this special edition of the album, on Gold Vinyl.
David Bowie – BOWPROMO
This special reproduction of one of Bowies earliest promos is Limited to 15,000 presses... Grab one while you can!
Kate Nash – Agenda EP
Kate Nash is releasing a Special Record Store Day 2017 pressing, featuring 4 tracks. This is the first new music from the artist since 2013.
Madonna – Dance Mix
This Re-release of Madonnas Dance Mix EP from 1985 is the first time it’ll hit shelves worldwide, as previously it was only released in South America.
The War on Drugs – Thinking of a Place
The War on Drugs release their first new music from since 2014, released especially for Record Store Day.
Tower Records on Dawson St. Dublin will be having a 10-day vinyl sale from Friday 21st April until Sunday 30thApril. Along with free ice cream on Record Store Day itself, there will be live performances from 12pm by the likes ofKílaand Interskalactic.