It’s Vinyl Tuesday! Record Exchange customers receive up to $5 in used vinyl with every $25 in new vinyl purchased and have access to early and exclusive releases.
This month, we have a series of Rocktober reissues all month long, and you get a free koozie with purchase!
This week’s releases:
Double-LP of Madonna’s hit 1998 album Ray of Light, featuring the hit singles “Frozen” and “Ray of Light.”
ZZ Top had reached the top of the charts before, but that didn’t make their sudden popularity in 1983 any more predictable. It wasn’t that they were just popular — they were hip, for God’s sake, since they were one of the only AOR favorites to figure out to harness the stylish, synthesized grooves of new wave. Pressed on opaque red vinyl for a limited Rocktober release.
A career retrospective 2LP set, released on vinyl for the first time.
Iron Butterfly’s 1968 debut album, Heavy, established the band’s trademark sound, relying on plodding, heavy guitar riffs and thundering drums.
Faster Pussycat’s debut self-titled album, originally released in 1987. Hit songs on the album include “Bathroom Wall” and “Don’t Change That Song.” The band toured the United States with Alice Cooper, David Lee Roth and Motörhead in support of the album and it reached #97 on the Billboard 200 chart.