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Record Store Day!

June ended up having a heftier haul than I'd expected, but definitely more on my to-snag list this go-round. List is what I'm on the hunt for tomorrree, along with a few b-b-b-bonus, non-RSD releases. As always, feel free to shout with your own wishlists (and/or hauls on the morrow)!
1Amigo the Devil
Covers, Demos, Live Versions, B-Sides

LP - Definitely a top draw for me, wish this fella got a bit more attention around these here parts.
2Jon Brion
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

2LP - Another top draw; can put this on back-to-back with my newly arrived Her score and have a good ol' fashioned sobfest.
Czar Noir

LP - Have truthfully only just recently starting delving into my man--and, incidentally, grabbed his and the late great MF Doom's collabo on my last record excursion--but the description of this sounds goofy and nerdy as shit and I am HERE for it.
4Foo Fighters
Wasting Light

Not the above, but keeping an eye out for that DeeGees' Hail Satin LP; I'm sure it'll be gone before everything else, and won't be heartbroken about it (I'm sure Dave Grohl has enough of my money), but this'll be a neat novelty in every sense of the term.
5St. Paul and The Broken Bones
Half The City

The above LP, but live in full; been a minute since I gave these guys a spin, this is definitely more nice-to-have than need-to-have, but I feel like this style of music pairs especially well with a turntable.
6St. Vincent
Marry Me

Sad But True/Piggy 7" - I have my opinions on that upcoming Blacklist project, but definitely interested in hearing this track, and even more so what I think will actually be an incredibly fitting Nine Inch Nails cover on the b-side.
7My Chemical Romance
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

Vitamin String Quartet Tribute Performs My Chemical Romance LP - Truthfully, another top title for yours truly, looking forward to blasting this sucker alongside the above, will be a nice pick-me-up either before or after #2, depending on how the evening goes...
8Weird Al Yankovic
Mandatory Fun

Beat on the Brat 3" - Actually keeping an eye out for this for a buddy of mine, who has been informed that if they only have one, I'mma keep it.

B-b-b-bonus #1: Singles thus far have been a nice evolution of her sound thus far, definitely intrigued by what this is gonna sound like in full.
10Half Waif

B-b-b-bonus #2: Got a less-than-stellar review here, I'm aware, but I'm a sucker for this artist, so even if it does end up a misstep, it'll be her first in my book.
11Paradise Lost
At the Mill

B-b-b-bonus #3: Just, y'know, keeping with the genre here.
12Times of Grace
Songs of Loss and Separation

B-b-b-bonus #4: Dutybound to get this to pair with my recent purchase of Light the Torch's new one. These'll be CD, though, just so they can nestle snugly in with the rest of my KsE collection haha
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