Rolling Stones To Release Limited Edition 7" Single For Record Store Day

posted April 13, 2010

Rolling Stones To Release Limited Edition 7" Single For Record Store Day

To celebrate the third annual Record Store Day on April 17, 2010, several renowned artists will release exclusive LPs, 7"-singles, CDs and DVDs leading up to the big day. These releases include the following, with many more coming: The Rolling Stones will release a limited edition, individually numbered, 7" single featuring the previously unreleased track "Plundered My Soul." This newly unearthed track from the "Exile On Main Street" recording sessions will first be available exclusively with independent music stores participating in Record Store Day, April 17, 2010.The b-side features the newly remastered version of "All Down The Line" - both tracks are from the forthcoming "Exile On Main Street" expanded editions available May 18, 2010, in the US.

Record Store Day exclusive releases also include: Bruce Springsteen 10" single "Wrecking Ball (Live @ Giants Stadium)" b/w "Ghost of Tom Joad (live, featuring Tom Morello)"; Coheed And Cambria - 7" picture disc "Guns Of Summer" b/w "Pearl of the Stars (Big Beige Demo Version)"; Dave Matthews / Tim Reynolds 7" single "Squirm" b/w "Lying In the Hands of God" (recorded @ Theater for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas, NV); Elvis Presley - 7" single "That's Alright Mama" b/w "Blue Moon of Kentucky"; Jakob Dylan/Courtyard Hounds 7" split single "See You In the Spring" (a duet with Jakob Dylan) b/w Jakob Dylan's "Everybody's Hurting"; Jimi Hendrix - 12" Colored Vinyl Live @ Clark University; Julian Casablancas - 7" single "11th Dimension (WXRP live recording)" b/w "Long Island Blues" (previously unreleased); Manchester Orchestra CD Live @ Park Avenue (acoustic EP), MGMT - 12inch etched vinyl "Siberian Breaks", Drive-By Truckers "Your Woman Is A Living Thing" single, both sides recorded exclusively for Record Store Day, Gorillaz 10" white vinyl single for "White Flag"--currently the only vinyl from the Gorillaz new album, Plastic Beach, Zakk Wylde's Black Label Society Skullage double LP, first time ever on vinyl.

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