What's New On Vinyl Tuesday!

What's New On Vinyl Tuesday!

This week's Vinyl Tuesday releases include an early drop of the vinyl edition of the new Japandroids album, Near To The Wild Heart Of Life (CD/Digital out this Friday). The 'droids third album is said to be a bit of a departure; a recent Pitchfork article discusses the prominent use of acoustic guitars, some synthesizers, and even the inclusion of a shoegaze ballad into the mix. Singer/guitarist Brian King explains, "We're removing all the self-imposed rules that led to the songs and the sound of our whole career up until now."

Another special Vinyl Tuesday release dropping tomorrow is the first-ever vinyl release of Friday Night Is Killing Me, the 1993 debut release of Bash & Pop, Tommy Stinson's post-Replacements band. The band broke up after this album, but reformed this year and released the follow-up, Anything Could Happen, just last Friday. Grab 'em both!

The following Rhino's "Start Your Ear Off Right" titles are also coming at you tomorrow:

The Stooges - Fun House - Reissue of the Stooges seminal second LP, this time on orange/black swirl vinyl.

Madonna - The Immaculate Collection - Reissue of 1990 greatest hits album comes on 2 LPs, one on white marbled vinyl, the other on gold vinyl.

The Cars - My Best Friend's Girl - Picture-disc reissue of 1978 release.

Cheap Trick - Woke Up With A Monster - The Trick's 1994 12th album, on vinyl for the first time ever.

Overkill - Horrorscope - Reissue of Overkill's fifth studio album, originally released in 1991. First time on vinyl in U.S.

Junior M.A.F.I.A. - Conspiracy - Double LP reissue of 1995 debut

Foreigner - Head Games - Admit it, you always wanted this one on picture disc, didn't you? Prayers answered!