Ringo Starr and Others Gearing Up for Record Store Day Tomorrow

The Beatles, Def Leppard, Motley Crue and U2 are just a few of the acts putting out special releases for Record Store Day tomorrow.

These are our Top 25 picks from the almost 400 releases due out. Check out the whole list at RecordStoreDay.com.

100 Gecs - Snake Eyes - 10" EP. Features three new tracks.

The 1975 Live at Gorilla - 2-LP. This features them playing their debut album in full.

The Beatles - Limited Edition RSD3 Turntable plus 3" singles of "She Loves You," "I Want to Hold Your Hand," and "I Saw Her Standing There."

The Cranberries - Bury the Hatchet (The Complete Sessions) - 2-LP. This adds five bonus tracks to the original album.

Death Cab for Cutie Live at the Showbox - 2-LP. This is the first physical release of this show. 

Def Leppard One Night Only: Live at the Leadmill 2023 - 2-LP. A new live album recorded last year. 

Dirty Heads - Midnight Control Deluxe: Collector’s Edition Vinyl Boxset - 4-LP. The band's last album finally gets a vinyl release.

Gorillaz Cracker Island (Deluxe Vinyl Edition) - 2-LP. This adds a handful of tracks not on the original release. 

Grateful Dead Nightfall of Diamonds - 4-LP. This is the first release of a show from October 16th, 1989 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

George Harrison - Electronic SoundWonderwall Music - LP. The first two solo Harrison releases get reissued as picture discs.

The Hu Live Glastonbury - LP. This was recorded during their set in 2023. 

Elton John - Caribou (50th Anniversary Edition) - 2-LP. This adds demos and rarities from that era.

Noah Kahan - I Was/I Am - LP. His second album gets its first vinyl release. 

John Lennon - Mind Games EP - 12". This is a teaser for the deluxe Mind Games box set due out later this year.

Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman & Marty Stuart - Sweetheart of the Rodeo 50th Anniversary Live - 2-LP. This was recorded on their 2019 tour.

Motley Crue - Supersonic and Demonic Relics - 2-LP. This rounds up 12 rarities from their career.

The Offspring Splinter (20th Anniversary) - LP. This album has been out of print for over a decade.

Paramore - Re: This Is Why (Remix + Standard), "Burning Down the House/Hard Times - 2-LP, 12" - The Record Store Day ambassadors' remix collection gets its first physical release. And "Hard Times" gets covered by David Byrne

Ramones - The 1975 Sire Demos - LP. This features 13 tracks the group did to score their record deal.

The Rolling Stones Live at Racket, NYC - LP. The band's club show from last year gets a physical release.

Sevendust Heavier Than Seven - LP. This new compilation covers from 2005 to 2015.

Ringo Starr - Crooked Boy - 12" EP. This was produced by Linda Perry.

Talking Heads - Live at WCOZ 77 - 2-LP. This is the first official release of the full concert that provides some of the tracks on The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads

U2 Atomic City - 10". This features a live recording of the song from the Sphere and a previously unreleased remix. 

Wilco - The Whole Love Expanded - 3-LP box set. This adds a selection of live in-studio performances and previously unreleased alternate mixes and demos.

At 83, Ringo Starr shows no signs of slowing down.

With his new EP, Crooked Boy, set for release this Saturday, Record Store Day, he's just announced a fall leg of dates with his All Starr Band.

With Toto guitarist Steve LukatherEdgar WinterMen at Work's Colin Hay, sax player Warren HamAverage White Band bassist Hamish Stuart, and drummer Gregg Bissonette in tow, he'll do 12 shows in September starting on the 12th in Omaha, Nebraska and ending on the 25th at Radio City Music Hall in New York....with a stop in Austin on June 9th.

And, as previously reported, the spring leg starts on May 22nd in Las Vegas and goes through June 9th in Austin, Texas. He has 12 shows scheduled, six of which are at The Venetian in Vegas and two in Mexico City with the others in California and Texas.

For a complete list of dates and ticket info go to RingoStarr.com.

Ringo will release Crooked Boy, his fifth EP in four years, this Saturday, Record Store Day, and he will be on hand for a listening party today (Thursday) at 11am PT at Amoeba Records on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

All four songs were written and produced by Linda Perry, and the first single “February Sky,” which was released last Friday, is available to stream and download on all platforms. A visualizer was also created that includes never before seen clips his archives.

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