Record Store Day 2012 is this Saturday and Pete Townshend is showing his support for a great cause – indie music retail, which is all about giving you the opportunity to buy your music anyway, anyhow, anywhere you choose.
In the U.S., there’s a second release of demos taken from the Quadrophenia box set, again exclusively on 10” vinyl EP. Find out more at http://www.recordstoreday.com.
Meanwhile, in the U.K., a 2 x 10″ collection of demos taken from the Quadrophenia box set is being specially released on Record Store Day. So get on yer scooters on Saturday 21st April to your local indie store because only 1,000 of these beauties will be available for you to bag.
The Quadrophenia Demos
Side 1: The Real Me (demo), Cut My Hair (demo), Punk (demo)
Side 2: Dirty Jobs (demo), Is It In My Head (demo), Any More (demo)
Side 1: I’ve Had Enough (demo), Drowned (demo), Is It Me (demo)
Side 2: Dr Jimmy (demo), Love Reign O’er Me (demo)
UK Release includes both EPs
US Release includes EP 2 only (EP 1 already available)
Record Store Day is really taking off this year with loads of great activity in an indie store near you. Well, near most of you.
In the UK, a special promotion is being run:
Find your local independent UK record shop here
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