For those that decided to stay in for Black Friday Record Store Day 2016, some of the of the remaining copies of goodies from the day are now available on the site. Sitting at the top is the deluxe, lavender vinyl reissue of Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats 2011 debut album Bloodlust, which is limited to only 1000 copies. Next is Soundgarden’s Satanoscillatemymetallicsonatas, and the bonus EP to the band’s 1991 album Badmotorfinger sees a 25th anniversary, first-time-ever-on-vinyl release, limited to 3000 copies. James Vincent McMorrow’s We Move – Solo Acoustic Version follows, which compiles never-before-heard demos and alternate takes from the Irish singer-songwriter, and we’ve also got a 7-inch green vinyl treat of the out-of-print “Steady, As She Goes / Store Bought Bones” from Detroit rockers The Raconteurs. Situated in the middle is the beautiful clear yellow vinyl pressing of The Wonder Years soundtrack, which will certain take you back to the Vietnam War era, and many of the rough, demo cuts from the influential rock / power pop band Big Star are pressed on vinyl for the 1st time on Complete Third, Vol. 1 – Demo Sessions to Roughs. Rounding out this impressive bunch is the post-rock soundtrack to the film Love Survivor, which resulted from a collaboration between Texas band Explosions in the Sky and film composer Steve Jablonsky. Stay tuned for more!