2020 sees the 13th Record Store Day in the UK and the 5th at Spinning Discs Sheffield on Saturday 18th April.
Due to popular demand (we like to listen to you all) we’ll be opening our doors at 8am and closing them at 6pm. Last year the first person stood in the queue around 3am! So bring a warm jacket and shoes!
On the day itself and the following week we’ll (as ever) sell all of our RSD stock on a first come first served basis (as we’re sure you already know) and we do have the right to not serve any one if we think they are going to ‘flip it’ (i.e. put it straight on to eBay et cetera) as this isn’t what RSD is about.
For Record Store Day in 2019 we teamed up with our wonderful neighbours at Create Coffee to have a full day of enjoyment through vinyl lovers being able to spin some of those RSD19 tunes on some decks, drink great coffee and eat some fantastic cakes – and we’re planning on doing the same again in 2020!
Our Record Store Day Queue Quiz (compiled by our very own Popmaster Dan) will be back to keep those brains ticking over with prizes including a £25 Record Token and a selection of other goodies!
We’ll be posting and listing all the potential top quality vinyl exclusives on our website and Social Media feeds before the day – and on Record Store Day itself we’ll keep you all up to date with what’s in and what’s not via our Twitter (@Spinning_Discs) feed
A big thanks to all of you who came along to see us on Record Store Day RSD19 – We’re sure that we’ll see you on Record Store Day 2020 – if not before!
New in this Friday: The Brian Jonestown Massacre – The Brian Jonestown Massacre Jack Savoretti – Singing To Strangers Stephen Malkmus – Groove Denied The Comet Is Coming – Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery Dropkick Murphys – The Gang’s All Here Anatole – Emulsion The Fall – Bend Sinister The Cinematic Orchestra – To Believe (Deluxe) Prince (Symbol) – The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (12″)
In the Emporium come down and check out loads of lovely select second-hand beauties!
This year’s list sees a wide range of releases to suit most tastes from 808 State to Zero 7 with Bowie in between.
We’ll be opening our doors on Saturday 13th April at 9am and closing them at 6pm. To put you in the picture – last year the first person stood in the queue around 5.15am so if you want a guaranteed purchase you may have to get up a little earlier than usual. All RSD stock is sold on a first come first served basis (as we’re sure you already know) and we do have the right to not serve any one if we think they are going to ‘flip it’ (i.e. put it straight on to eBay et cetera) as this isn’t what RSD is about. Individuals can only buy one copy of a release and we’re putting a reasonable (at our discretion) item limit on the number of items any one person can buy. We’ll try our best to keep you updated on stock through our social media channels (predominantly Twitter – @Spinning_Discs)
We’ll be outside again around 8am to hand out some free filter coffee, tea and perhaps a nice homemade piece of flapjack.
We’ve got a RSD Queue Quiz to keep those brains ticking over with prizes including a £25 Record Token and a selection of drinks from our friends at The Hop Hideout
We’re also teaming up with our lovely neighbours at Create Coffee and will be offering you a discount voucher for a ‘fancy’ coffee and some cake – plus we’ll have some decks set up so you can pop in and spin some of your new tunes!
Friels (RSD19 Partners) have dropped off a record that we’ve popped in our racks – whoever finds it might find themselves in for a treat!
PLUS we’ve got a couple of mystery bits and pieces too – oooh – what could they be?
Here is a list of the releases that we have secured for RSD19
Please do be aware that the releases are in limited numbers and some are very limited
Finally, RSD is a day when like minding people gather, converse, meet for the first time, smile, discuss and do loads more great things – it’s a friendly day in a friendly local and broad community – we’re looking forward to seeing you on the day if not before! However, don’t forget – It’s RSD everyday.
It’s getting tight now… If you don’t want to be rushing round on Christmas Eve we highly recommend getting your presents sorted now! See below…
What’s more, to save the environment we’re now giving out free tote bags to returning customers in store instead of those dreaded plastic bags (mind, ours were degradable). Call by the shop for more details!
A Star is Born Soundtrack (2x LP set)
Portishead “Dummy” John Coltrane “Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album”
Def Leppard “The Story So Far: The Best Of” The Velvet Underground & Nico “Andy Warhol” Teenage Fanclub “Shadows”, “Man-Made” Neil Young “Songs For Judy” R.E.M. “Lifes Rich Pageant”, “Dead Letter Office” Elliot Smith “Elliot Smith” Bob Marley & the Wailers “Exodus”
Happy Advent! Time to get those Christmas presents sorted…. Tons of restock and new in! Get involved
NEW IN John Legend “A Legendary Christmas” Little Mix “LM5” Kaiser Chiefs “Employment”, “Yours Truly Angry Mob” Dua Lipa “Complete Edition” Morrissey “Low in High School” Deluxe Edition Manic Street Preachers “This is My Truth Tell Me Yours” Bentley Rhythm Ace “Bentley Rhythm Ace” Snail Mail “Habit” Boy Azooga “(One) (Two) (Kung Fu)” Public Service Broadcasting “White Star Liner EP” LCD Soundsystem Remixes “Dixon & Lovefingers” The Wailers “Catch a Fire”
RESTOCKS Jamiroquai “Travelling Without Moving”, “Emergency on Planet Earth” The Coral “Singles Collection” Primal Scream “Screamadelica” Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” Teenage Fanclub “Bandwagonesque” Gabe Gurnsey “Physical” The National “Alligator”, “Boxer” Jon Hopkins “Immunity”, “Insides”, “Singularity” Parquet Courts “Wide Awaaaaaake!” Rolling Blackouts “Hope Downs” Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks “Sparkle Hard” Pulp “Seperations”, “It”, “Freaks” Bodega “Endless Scroll” Jurassic 5 “Quality Control” Radiohead “Kid A”, “The Bends”, “In Rainbows”, “I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings” Jungle “Jungle”, “For Ever” Spiritualized “Fucked Up Inside” Aphex Twin “Windowlicker” Cat Power “The Greatest”, “Wanderer” Flight of the Conchords “Flight of the Conchords”, “I Told You I Was Freaky” Public Service Broadcasting “The War Room” Father John Misty “God’s Favorite Customer” The Orielles “Silver Dollar Moment” Nirvana “Bleach” Sufjan Stevens “Carrie & Lowell” The Prodigy “Fat of the Land” Kamasi Washington “Heaven and Earth” Sleater – Kinney “No Cities to Love” Gwenifer Raymond “You Never Were Much of A Dancer” Idles “Idles”
Some massive new albums in for your delectation, and a load of fine reissues! Check it.
Muse “Simulation Theory” Mumford & Sons “Delta” Bill Ryder-Jones “Yawn” Hen Ogledd “Mogic” Bob Dylan “Songs to Woody” Drake “Scorpion”
ALSO NEW IN
Elvis Costello & The Imposters “Look Now” Paul Heaton “The Last King of Pop” Aretha “This Christmas” The Good, the Bad and the Queen “Merrie Land” Brian Eno “Discreet Music”, “Music for Films”, “Ambient #4 On Land”, “Ambient #1 Music for Airports” Siouxsie and the Banshees “The Scream” Mark Knopfler “Down the Road Wherever” King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizzard “Oddments”, “Willoughby’s Beach EP”, “Eyes Like the Sky”, “12 Bar Bruise”, “Float Along – Fill Your Lungs” B-Twelve “TimeTourist”
Just a little late for Halloween, the Prodigy are back! Get spooked by their new album like we did…
The Prodigy “No Tourist” Jon Spencer “Spencer Sings the Hits” TY Segall “Fudge Sandwich” Yoko Ono “Warzone” Molly Nilsson “Twenty Twenty” Marianne Faithful “Negative Capability” Tenacious D “Post-Apocalypto” Bob Dylan “More Blood, More Tracks” The Bootleg Series Vol. 14 Mike Love “Reason for the Season” Pip Blom “Paycheck”