These Vinyl Reissues Are Great Gifts for the Record Collector in Your Life

Find the perfect record with Exclaim!'s Holiday Gift Guide
These Vinyl Reissues Are Great Gifts for the Record Collector in Your Life
The holiday season is only a few weeks away. Before you rush off to pick up some presents, make sure to check out Exclaim!'s Holiday Gift Guide, which we will be rolling out in daily instalments this month.

Earlier this week, we kicked things off by showcasing some of the year's best box sets. Today, we're going all analog; here are some vinyl reissues that will make great gifts for the record collector in your life. 

Attack in Black
Marriage
Before he remade himself as a Nashville-loving cowboy, Daniel Romano fronted Welland, ON punks Attack in Black; their debut, Marriage, is back for its tenth anniversary. A limited-edition bundle features the record on red vinyl along with a band tee and Romano-designed poster. (Dine Alone)
Order it via Dine Alone

Brian Eno
Here Comes the Warm JetsTaking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)Another Green World and Before and After Science
Brian Eno's four "rock" albums are back as limited edition half-speed-master double-LPs. (Universal)
Order it via MusicVaultz

Helium
The Dirt of LuckThe Magic City, No Guitars EP and Ends With And
Nineties indie heroes Helium, fronted by Ex Hex's Mary Timony, see their entire catalogue back in print for the first time in years, including new rarities collection Ends With And. (Matador)
Order it via Matador


Joan of Arc
A Portable Model Of...How Memory WorksLive in Chicago, 1999 and So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness 
Four of experimental emo crew Joan of Arc's first five albums are back on vinyl — thankfully, there's no sign of 2000's much-maligned The Gap. (Jade Tree)
Order A Portable Model Of... via Amazon
Order How Memory Works via Amazon
Order Live in Chicago, 1999 via Amazon
Order So Much Staying Alive and Lovelessness via Amazon

Missy Elliott
Supa Dupa Fly, Da Real World, Miss E… So Addictive, Under Construction and The Cookbook
Over the course of 2017, five of Missy's groundbreaking albums have come back to wax. Here's hoping her long-gestating new album is up next. (Atlantic)
Order Supa Dupa Fly via Amazon
Order Da Real World via Amazon
Order Miss E... So Addictive via Amazon
Order Under Construction via Amazon

Nine Inch Nails
BrokenThe Downward Spiral and The Fragile
Trent Reznor is offering "definitive versions" of Nine Inch Nails' Broken, The Downward Spiral, and triple LP behemoth The Fragile, with plans to reissue the rest of the Nine Inch Nails catalogue in the coming months. (Null)

Rihanna
Music of the SunRated RLoudTalk That Talk and Unapologetic
After last year's career-spanning box set brought five of RiRi's records to vinyl for the first time, they are now available to pick up on their own. (Universal)
Order Music of the Sun via Amazon

Order Rated R via Amazon
Order Loud via Amazon
Order Talk That Talk via Amazon
Order Unapologetic via Amazon

Robyn
Body Talk Vol. 1
Robyn's much-loved Body Talk Vol. 1 got pressed on vinyl for the first time ever earlier this year — on orange wax, no less. (Konichiwa)
Order it via Turntable Lab


Slow
Against the Glass
Vancouver's seminal proto-grunge legends Slow are reissuing their debut Against the Glass for the first time since its original 1986 release. Featuring bonus tracks, liner notes and photos, including shots from the band's infamous appearance at Expo 86, this is a must have for any CanRock fan. (Artoffact)
Order it via Amazon


Sum 41
Half Hour of Power
Canadian pop punk fans can relive their glory days with Sum 41's infectious debut, Half Hour of Power, now available on two different two-tone variants. (srcvinyl)
Order it on red vinyl with blue haze via srcvinyl
Order it on gold vinyl with red smoke via srcvinyl