Record Store Day Black Friday Titles/Prices at Pure Pop

List of RSD releases that have arrived at Pure Pop for Black Friday 2022
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Below is a list of prices/quantities that were available when we opened on Black Friday.  Obviously, some titles have sold out.  Again, please check here for available titles at this time.

 

Artist/Album Format Notes Quantity

Alex G

vinyl lp

24.97

3

Mose Allison

vinyl lp

27.97

1

America

vinyl lp

30.97

1

Appleseed Cast

vinyl lp

40.97

5

VA-Avco Vision Soul Covers

vinyl lp

33.97

1

Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

vinyl lp

60.97

4

Frank Black & The Catholics

vinyl lp

30.97

1

Black Label Society

vinyl lp

40.97

2

David Bowie

vinyl lp

24.97

7

David Bowie & Bing Crosby

vinyl lp

17.97

5

Big Bill Broonzy

vinyl lp

24.97

1

Eric Burdon & War

vinyl lp

84.97

2

Captain Beefheart

vinyl lp

43.97

5

Jim Carroll Band

vinyl lp

29.97

5

Gerald V Casale(Devo)

vinyl lp

19.97

1

Harry Chapin

vinyl lp

28.97

1

Cheech & Chong

7" vinyl

14.97

3

Chief Keef

vinyl lp

27.97

1

Bobby Cole

vinyl lp

37.97

2

Larry Coryell

vinyl lp

31.97

1

Marshall Crenshaw

vinyl lp

33.97

3

The Cure

vinyl lp

43.97

5

Paquito D'Rivera

vinyl lp

24.97

1

VA-Dark Horse Records

vinyl lp

30.97

4

Dave Davies

7" vinyl

14.97

1

Dave Davies

vinyl lp

34.97

2

The Dead Milkmen

vinyl lp

48.97

1

The Doors

vinyl lp

28.97

10

Dream Widow (Dave Grohl)

vinyl lp

24.97

20

Duran Duran

vinyl lp

39.97

3

Billie Eilish

vinyl lp

54.97

4

Engine Kid

vinyl lp

30.97

2

EPMD

vinyl lp

27.97

1

Bryan Ferry

vinyl lp

34.97

3

Fleetwood Mac

vinyl lp

180.97

3

Fleetwood Mac

cd

72.97

1

Flying Burrito Brothers

vinyl lp

24.97

1

Steve Forbert

vinyl lp

34.97

1

Fountains of Wayne

vinyl lp

30.97

3

Four Tops

vinyl lp

29.97

2

Edgar Froese

vinyl lp

31.97

3

Ace Frehley

vinyl lp

35.97

1

Jerry Garcia

vinyl lp

97.97

12

GBH

vinyl lp

37.97

2

Ghost

vinyl lp

32.97

3

Goldfinger

vinyl lp

25.97

2

Grateful Dead

vinyl lp

129.97

15

Green Jelly

vinyl lp

25.97

1

Greensky Bluegrass

7" vinyl

13.97

2

Gun Club

vinyl lp

31.97

2

Juliana Hatfield

7" vinyl

13.97

1

Headcat (Lemmy)

vinyl lp

33.97

3

Heartbreakers(Johnny Thunders)

vinyl lp

24.97

1

Jimi Hendrix

vinyl lp

42.97

10

Hot Tuna

vinyl lp

42.97

3

Ahmad Jamal (63-64)

vinyl lp

50.97

4

Ahmad Jamal (65-66)

vinyl lp

50.97

4

Etta James

vinyl lp

29.97

5

Skip James

vinyl lp

26.97

1

Jay Dee

vinyl lp

37.97

3

VA-Jazz Dispensary

vinyl lp

29.97

8

Jefferson Airplane

vinyl lp

30.97

6

The Jesus Lizard

vinyl lp

34.97

2

Janis Joplin & Jorma Kaukonen

vinyl lp

25.97

8

Jubilee Hummingbirds

vinyl lp

23.97

2

Jungle

vinyl lp

20.97

3

Jorma Kaukonen

vinyl lp

40.97

2

Jorma Kaukonen

cd

15.97

2

Kid N Play

vinyl lp

29.97

2

Kittie

vinyl lp

30.97

2

The Knife

vinyl lp

34.97

2

Gladys Knight & The Pips

vinyl lp

25.97

2

KSI

vinyl lp

27.97

5

Lights

vinyl lp

29.97

2

Joe Lovano & Dave Douglas

vinyl lp

47.97

2

Lonnie Mack

vinyl lp

25.97

2

Madlib

vinyl lp

29.97

5

Madonna

vinyl lp

22.97

4

Martha and the Vandellas

vinyl lp

29.97

3

Masked Intruder

vinyl lp

29.97

1

Mimic sdtk

vinyl lp

29.97

3

Charles Mingus

vinyl lp

27.97

2

Thelonious Monk

vinyl lp

27.97

2

Monkees

vinyl lp

41.97

2

Alanis Morissette

cassette

17.47

1

Motley Crue

10" vinyl

24.97

6

Motorhead

vinyl lp

46.97

3

My Morning Jacket

cassette

17.47

1

Nashville Pussy

vinyl lp

30.97

2

Willie Nelson

vinyl lp

43.97

5

Olivia Newton-John

vinyl lp

31.97

2

Nico

vinyl lp

31.97

1

Old 97s

vinyl lp

21.97

4

Os Novos Baianos

vinyl lp

37.97

1

Augustus Pablo

vinyl lp

26.97

7

Korla Pandit

vinyl lp

29.97

2

Papa Roach

vinyl lp

38.97

1

Jaco Pastorius

vinyl lp

79.97

3

Oscar Peterson

vinyl lp

49.97

2

Grant-Lee Phillips

vinyl lp

27.97

1

Iggy Pop

vinyl lp

31.97

1

Iggy Pop

cd

15.97

2

Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers

vinyl lp

32.97

1

Question Mark & the Mysterians

vinyl lp

24.97

1

Red Hot Chili Peppers

vinyl lp

55.97

5

Keith Richards

cassette

27.97

1

Jonathan Richman

vinyl lp

33.97

2

Rival Schools (Box)

vinyl lp

87.97

2

Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

vinyl lp

29.97

3

Pete Rock

vinyl lp

29.97

1

Rockabye Baby-Blink 182

vinyl lp

26.97

1

the Rubinoos

vinyl lp

27.97

1

Todd Rundgren

vinyl lp

84.97

1

RZA as Bobby Digital (digital potion)

vinyl lp

29.97

1

RZA as Bobby Digital-Digi Snacks

vinyl lp

37.97

3

The Salvation Army

vinyl lp

25.97

2

Saracho

vinyl lp

34.97

2

The Script

vinyl lp

42.97

1

Shabaka

vinyl lp

25.97

4

Shadows Fall

vinyl lp

34.97

3

Silverstein

vinyl lp

44.97

6

Silversun Pickups & Butch Vig

7" vinyl

14.97

5

Slaughterhouse

vinyl lp

37.97

3

Smash Mouth

vinyl lp

31.97

1

Dee Snider & Lzzy Hale

vinyl lp

17.47

1

Snoop Dogg

vinyl lp

40.97

1

Soul Coughing

vinyl lp

20.97

5

Spirited sdtk

vinyl lp

19.97

3

Spiritualized

vinyl lp

22.97

2

Stark Reality

vinyl lp

37.97

3

Joe Strummer

vinyl lp

24.97

10

The Supremes

vinyl lp

29.97

3

Rick Springfield

vinyl lp

20.97

1

Ringo Starr (4th) (blue)

vinyl lp

40.97

1

Ringo Starr (4th)(orange)

vinyl lp

40.97

1

Ringo Starr (old wave)

vinyl lp

31.97

2

Ringo Starr (old wave)

cd

15.97

2

Ringo Starr (live at greek)

vinyl lp

34.97

1

Marnie Stern

vinyl lp

31.97

2

Sweet

vinyl lp

44.97

1

VA Tommy Boy Baddest Beats

vinyl lp

33.97

2

Tower of Power

vinyl lp

49.97

1

Tommy Townsend

vinyl lp

29.97

2

Trailer Bride

vinyl lp

25.97

2

Ultravox

vinyl lp

37.97

3

Ultravox

cd

13.97

2

Unto Others

vinyl lp

14.97

3

Townes Van Zandt

vinyl lp

29.97

4

Vitamin String Quartet

vinyl lp

26.97

1

Vintage Trouble

vinyl lp

30.97

1

Jim Ward

vinyl lp

23.97

2

the Watchmen sdtk

vinyl lp

69.97

4

Waxwork sdtk

vinyl lp

37.97

2

The Weeknd

vinyl lp

43.97

3

John Williams-The Cowboys sdtk

vinyl lp

38.97

4

Tony Williams

vinyl lp

24.97

1

Brian Wilson

vinyl lp

28.97

3

On the Horizon: Emilie Kahn – “Outro”

“Synths and electronic beats paint a top coat of groove across the record. “Don’t” has a serious late-night smoothness to it, while “Island” features a sound drop and summer-festival drift. The click-beat of “Three” revels in the movements of modern pop, but breaks into dreamy harp territory, as though Khan wants to prove the extent of her breathtaking range. If 10 000 didn’t convince you, Outro showcases Kahn’s fearlessness.” – Read the full review on Exclaim!


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On the Horizon: And The Kids – “When This LIfe is Over”

“When This Life Is Over conveys an authentic depiction of developing affective awareness. One of the realizations evoked by adulting is that life will force individuals to follow paths they don’t want to undertake. And the Kids see the aversion and in “Butterfingers” reflect on “a shitty life so they could have the best” and keeping “a shitty job so we could all hang out”. So often, wadding through the muck is the only avenue to actualization. At no point does the band wallow in defeat or ennui. Rather, they push listeners to conceptualize the uplift encased in life’s drudgery. The band’s belief in obtaining happiness is framed by music and the unrelenting need to “…sing loud / Hoping not to be sad / That’s why I sing loud / Hoping we could drown it out.” Much as “Butterfingers” pushes for triumph, so does the subsequent track “Champaign Ladies”. And the Kids provide the twin discourses, “Life is a bastard / It wants to kill you” and “Don’t let go / Doing wrong but feelin right.” There’s liberation in the realization that nothing is exact and the idea of what’s right is confined by subjectivity.” – Read the full review on Pop Matters


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On The Horizon: Claypool Lennon Delirium – “South of Reality”

cd $11.99
pink vinyl $25.99

release 2/22/19


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“As Lennon tells Rolling Stone, the song’s dark lyrics document “the lascivious exploits of famed JPL rocket scientist Jack Parsons, the man who not only helped America get to the moon with liquid fuel technology, but was also a Magister Templi in Aleister Crowley’s cult, the Ordo Templi Orientis.” He added that Parsons “sadly passed away in a violent explosion during a secretive alchemical experiment at his house in Pasadena.” – read more in Rolling Stone

On The Horizon: Lower Dens – Escape From Evil

As an aesthetic reservoir, the ’80s continue to feed an abundance of nostalgia, from the American highway fantasies of the War on Drugs to Twin Shadow’s boy-meets-girl melodramas. Inhabiting characters from the past can lend a singer a certain gravitas; unburdened by modern irony, big emotions play bigger on a decades-old frame. But few artists have seized that retrospection as an opportunity to flip the power dynamics that governed pop culture 30 years ago. For Lower Dens, a neon palette serves as fertile ground for subversion. Hunter absorbs the range of gendered feeling from Billy Idol to Bonnie Tyler, emerging as a bandleader capable of flipping effortlessly between extremes of masculine aggression and feminine yearning. Read the full review on Pitchfork


$12.49 CD
$17.99 Vinyl

On The Horizon: Laura Marling – Short Movie

When last interviewed for this newspaper in 2013, Laura Marling talked about retiring from the music industry. She was 23 and her feet hadn’t touched the ground since her astonishingly self-possessed debut album, Alas I Cannot Swim, was released in 2008. Three albums later she was being hailed as the greatest songwriter of her generation. But she was exhausted and took off for America, where she did indeed give up music for a while. For two years she wandered and applied for jobs in coffee shops. She hung out with “mysterious, fleeting people”: cult members, addicts, hippies and professional vagrants.

When Marling picked up her guitar again, the queen of the nu-folk scene channelled that strange and desperate energy by going electric. It’s a powerful evolution. It takes a rare rock guitarist to remind us that electricity is a potentially dangerous natural force but Marling’s new sound evokes the strange dark thrill of low skies before a storm. At times it sounds more like she’s plugged her guitar into a brooding thunder cloud than a man-made socket. Read the full review on The Telegraph

 

$12.49 CD

$22.99 Vinyl

Recommended New Releases: Will Butler, Enslaved, Broadcast

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Will Butler – Policy
‘Policy’’s eight genre-hopping, multi-instrumental tracks clearly illustrate Will’s obvious talent and versatility as a songwriter. The upbeat, sing-as-though-your-life-depends-on-it guitar pop of ‘Take My Side’, ‘What I Want’ and gospel-esque closer ‘Witness’ is closest to what would be expected of him as a solo artist. But the deep, lamenting piano ballads, ‘Finish What I Started’ and ‘Sing To Me’, as well as the more experimental, 80s synth efforts, ‘Anna’ and ‘Something’s Coming’ reveal a very different, much darker side to the otherwise infectiously enthusiastic character he channels onstage. Read the full review on DIY Magazine

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Broadcast – Entire Discography reissued on Vinyl
Warp has announced plans to reissue the entire Broadcast discography including their four original albums: 2000’s The Noise Made By People, 2003’s Haha Sound, 2005’s Tender Buttons, and finally 2009’s Broadcast and the Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age. In addition to those they will also release 1997’s Work And Non Work, which compiled all their early singles and EPs as well as 2006’s odds and sods double album, The Future Crayon. Read the full story on FACT

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Enslaved – In Times
The opening seconds of “Thurisaz Dreaming” are possibly the fastest and most chaotic introduction to any album in Enslaved’s massive discography. While the opener of In Times progresses like most of their recent cuts, it eventually gives way to one of their most atmospheric and dreamlike outros to date. Even thirteen releases in, they’re not afraid to continue pushing the musical boundaries of progressive rock, psychedelia, and experimental music under an extreme metal backdrop. Recent releases have had varying amounts of black metal influence, but In Times subverts expectations by being their most varied and diverse release since 2001’s Monumension. Despite having arguably reached their peak with 2010’s Axioma Ethica Odini, Enslaved continue to prove that progressing is more important than attempting to repeat past successes.Read the full review on Sputnik Music

Recommended New Releases: Purity Ring, Tuxedo, Brandi Carlile

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Purity Ring – Another Eternity
After creating Shrines across a geographic void, the duo actually sat in a room together to compose this opus, the back and forth between the two yielding a more clear-eyed sound and vision. This is the group’s singer-songwriter album (as much as an electronic duo can make a singer-songwriter record), personal but rooted in traditional song structures that build to big, distinct choruses. Where Shrines was an album built on rounded edges, Another Eternity is all right angles. Read the full review on Exclaim!

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Tuxedo – Tuxedo
Tuxedo is a duo comprised of modern soulster Mayer Hawthorne and hip-hop producer Jake One. The collaboration began with an exchange of mixtapes almost a decade ago. Realizing that they shared an affinity for the kind of string-laden R&B and disco artists such as Change, Kleer, and Chic favored in the late ’70s and early ’80s, Hawthorne and Jake One decided to create an album of original material under the Tuxedo moniker. Read the full review on No Echo

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Brandi Carlisle – Firewatcher’s Daughter
The album starts like a house afire: Carlile totally nails the vocal on the gospel influenced “Wherever is Your Heart,” and this one makes you realize just how good she is. When she sings, you’re a believer. She’ll have you singing along on the infectious “The Thing I Regret” with its chorus “Let them roll over me /let them roll over me.”

One of the album’s highlights is “The Eye,” a song penned by Tim Hanseroth, which is very stripped down and nearly a cappella, featuring little more than acoustic guitar and the lovely harmonies of the trio. You can hear Brandi’s country music and Fleetwood Mac influences on this one. Carlile and company performed this one in The Current studio late last year, and Brandi declared, “It’s my favorite song on the album, probably my favorite song ever.” Read the full reivew on The Current

Recommended New Releases: Dan Deacon, JJ Grey, Torche

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Dan Deacon – Gliss Ripper
On record or in concert, Deacon offers escapism at its finest. As he explained before the release of America, Deacon uses music as a means to make sense of his surroundings. At the most basic level, he excites an unbridled dance party — even if only attended by one. Bodies react to “Sheathed Wings”, “Mind on Fire”, and “Learning to Relax” before minds can wrap themselves around the narratives contained within. That is the technique that Deacon has been so mindful of since he began instigating collective performances in clubs back in 2002. He understands that attention spans can be short, and if you want to get a message across, you’d better make the beat infectious. Read the full review on Consequence of Sound
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JJ Grey – Ol Glory
Like many of the group’s previous albums, “Ol’ Glory” is rooted in the Jacksonville area of northeast Florida, where the band got its start in the late 1990s. “I don’t venture too far away from home, or at least the spirit of home,” Grey says, though the songs he prizes the most have a universal feel. “I just want it to be as free as a conversation with someone and let it go where it will,” he says. Read the review on WSJ
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Torche – Restarter
But Restarter push Torche back toward the more punishing pole of its sound. The brief “Undone”, for instance, counts as one of the heaviest pieces in Torche’s catalog. Brooks leads multiple marching sections, but when he pauses, they slip into the sort of down-tuned, instrumental slogs that consumed multi-minute chunks of their early records. This allows Torche to be brutal while still moving, a trick they’ve rarely mastered. This doesn’t mean they’ve suddenly slid into doom or sludge metal. These 10 songs are actually no less memorable than those on Harmonicraft; “Minions”, “Blasted”, and “Undone” rank as new shoo-ins for any hypothetical best-of-Torche collection. Read the full review on Pitchfork