Final update from the UK portion of my RSD14 acquisitions covers the 12″ singles.
First up, and not strictly a 12″ is the Paramore “broken record” pressing of Ain’t It Fun, featuring the Dutch Uncles Remix. Limited to 300
Next is the translucent red David Lynch E.P. – The Big Dream Remixes, which features reworkings by Bastille, Moby, Hot Since 82 and Bjorn Yttling. Limited to 1,000
Another record on my must get list was the Haim 12″ of Forever that features the awesome Giorgio Moroder remix. Limited to 4,000.
I was also able to get hold of Soulwax remix of Metronomy’s Love Letters on etched vinyl. Limited to 500.
Next is the only US import that I was able to get on the day itself, the Frightened Rabbit – Live from Criminal Records EP. Limited to 3,000.
I also picked up the Rammstein 12″ that features the Pet Shop Boys remix of Mein Teil and the Scooter remix of Pussy, limited to 1,000 and finally the reissue of the Oasis – Supersonic 12″, limited to 3,000.
With only 6 days left until RecordStoreDay 2013 – what better way to celebrate than to buy some vinyl from my favourite independent record store (Resident, Brighton).
First up, the two Haim 10″s in pink and cream vinyl:
Next up is the new singles from The Strokes and Everything Everything and the repress of Sigur Ros’ classic Agaetic Byrjun, repressed on black heavyweight vinyl:
Last but not least the double a-side single from unsigned Bristol band, The Naturals – released on Howling Owl Records: