Record Store Day 2023: The 30 Must-Have Releases

Get exclusive wax from Taylor Swift, Pearl Jam, Tori Amos, and Peppa Pig

Record Store Day 2023
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    Record Store Day has revealed the extensive list of limited edition vinyl, box sets, and other speciality releases that will be available as part of its 2023 edition taking place on Saturday, April 22nd, 2023.

    This year promises exclusive wax from Taylor Swift, The 1975, Beach House, Pearl Jam, Brian Eno, Tori Amos, Nas, and even Peppa Pig.

    You can find specifics on some of the most notable releases below, and find many more detailed at the Record Store Day website.


    Taylor Swift will release the first vinyl edition of folklore: the long pond studio sessions.

    The 1975 will release Live With The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra on vinyl for the first time. Available on double clear vinyl as well as cassette tape, the expanded set includes a version of “Chocolate” originally featured on the 2023 Music For Cars EP.

    Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires, who serve as this year’s Record Store Ambassadors, will release Sound Emporium EP, featuring brand new music from both artists.

    Beach House will release a new EP called Become, featuring five previously unreleased songs from their sessions for Once Twice Melody.


    Pearl Jam will release Give Way on vinyl for the first time. The 17-track collection was recorded during the band’s March 5th, 1998 show in Melbourne, Australia and has only been available in limited quantities until now.

    Paul McCartney and Wings will release a half-speeded mastered vinyl edition of their album Red Rose Speedway in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

    Brian Eno will release FOREVER VOICELESS, an instrumental version of his 2022 album, FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE.


    Tori Amos will release Little Earthquakes, The B-Sides, a 1-LP black vinyl collection of B-sides and rarities from her 1992 album Little Earthquakes — collected on a single release for the first time.

    Blur will release Blur Present The Special Collectors Edition. Originally released in 1994, as a Japan-only CD, this 2xLP set is pressed on colored vinyl and features a collection of B-sides from their band’s first three studio albums.

    Broken Social Scene will release a 20th anniversary edition of their album You Forgot It In People, featuring completely new artwork with archival photos, a pull-out archival show poster, and new liner notes


    Dirty Projectors and Björk will release an expanded vinyl edition of their collaborative album Mount Wittenberg Orca, collecting 13 bonus tracks of never-before-released material including their live Housing Works performance from 2009, early demos of Mount Wittenberg Orca, and archival audio of the band and Bjork rehearsing the material.