Here's Record Store Day's Full List of 2021 Black Friday Releases

Exclusives are coming from Broken Social Scene, k.d. lang, Thundercat, Billie Eilish and more

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Nov 11, 2021

It's not just Adele: vinyl manufacturers also had to furiously press up another round of Record Store Day releases for Black Friday, and the full list of 2021 exclusives set to land that day has arrived.

Following the pair of summertime "RSD Drop" dates, this year's crop of Black Friday RSD releases includes plenty of wax from Canadian artists. A pair of milestones will be celebrated with a 20th anniversary pressing of Broken Social Scene's debut Feel Good Lost, and a 50th anniversary pressing of Leonard Cohen's Songs of Love and Hate.

Both of Half Moon Run's recent EPs, Seasons of Change and Inwards & Onwards, will arrive on a single 12-inch LP, while Winnipeg singer-songwriter Kris Ulrich will treat this year's Pacific Central to a vinyl release. Elsewhere up North, k.d. lang's All You Can Eat will come back to vinyl for the first time since its 1995 release, while Sum 41's Does This Look Infected? is up for reissue on coloured wax.

Also appearing in the list are Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit's recent covers collection Georgia Blue, Kali Uchis's Spanish language album Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios), Billie Eilish's theme for James Bond film No Time to DieEvanescence's eponymous 2011 album, RZA's 2001 Bobby Digital solo album Digital Bullet, and picture disc reissues of Dio's first two albums, Holy Diver and The Last In Line.

For the jazzers, Miles DavisLive-Evil — which features the best song of all time, according to Eric Andre — will get a new pressing, while Thundercat's debut album The Golden Age of Apocalypse will get a 10th anniversary reissue on red vinyl, complete with new artwork and bonus tracks.

Further releases will come from Chief Keef, Sons of Kemet, Aerosmith, Clairo, Bee Gees, Lana Del Rey, John Carpenter, Dire Straits, Iron Maiden, the Jackson 5, Oscar Peterson, Motörhead, Ozzy Osbourne, Oneohtrix Point Never, Carole King, Norah Jones, Mobb Deep, John Legend, U2, Spoon and many others.

The 2021 edition of Record Store Day's Black Friday event will take place November 26. You can pore over the complete American list hereCanadian list here and UK list here.

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