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Record Store Day is coming with Gerard Way, Bring Me The Horizon and more taking part

Record Store Day is like Christmas for some people. A bunch of music is released on limited edition vinyl and for one glorious day, we all remember that you can buy music IRL and Record Stores aren’t just something you see in coming-of-age nineties films.

Taking place April 16th 2016, Record Store Day will see a whole bunch of records released. There’s a 39-page list here but to save you the effort of scrolling past Cheap Trick reissues and Alan Partridge picture discs, here’s a list of what you need to be excited about.

Gerard Way – ‘Pinkish‘ which includes two brand new/never been released tracks

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘Throne/Drown‘ both recorded at their Maida Vale Session for Radio 1

Frank Turner – ‘Positive Songs for Negative People‘ (acoustic)

Architects – ‘Lost Forever//Lost Together‘ reissue featuring bonus tracks

Beach Slang – ‘Broken Thrills

Death Cab For Cutie – ‘Tractor Rape Chain‘ which is a cover of the Guided By Voices song

Deftones – ‘B-Sides and Rarities‘, a 2LP gold release featuring B-Sides and Rarities from the band called Deftones

Foals – ‘Rain/Daffodils‘, an unreleased track and a Mark Ronson cover. See, dreams do come true.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – ‘Loss‘ may or may not come with the next Reading & Leeds announcement

Linkin Park – ‘Road to Revolution:Live at Milton Keynes

Muse – ‘Reapers‘ which comes with a FOLD YOUR OWN PAPER DRONE

NOTHING – ‘ACD‘, includes a brand new track that won’t feature on their new album ‘Tired of Tomorrow’ but is probably still really good

Slaves – ‘Are You Satisfied‘, an extended edition of their debut featuring new songs, old songs and covers of LCD Soundsystem and Skepta

Hello Kitty, Hello World‘, an officially licensed Hello Kitty album picture disc

For more on Record Store Day or to find your nearest participating store, head here.

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