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April 10, 2009 / schulerbooks

SB&M celebrates Record Store Day, April 18

On Saturday, April 18, 3 Schuler locations are celebrating Record Store Day, a celebration of independently owned record stores in the United States! On this day, all of these stores will simultaneously link and act as one with the purpose of celebrating the culture and unique place that they occupy both in their local communities and nationally.

In celebration, we will be selling special vinyl and CD and DVD releases available only at Independent Stores for this special occasion, as well as discounting manager selected titles.

Special titles include:
**An exclusive split 7” vinyl single featuring Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs performing Madonna’s “Borderline” and The Black Keys taking on Captain Beefheart’s “Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles”

**Another installment of the Neil Young Archives issued for the first time on vinyl for Record Store Day. The special vinyl package features two 200g ultra heavyweight black-vinyl discs manufactured at Furnace (Japan) in a paper-wrapped Stoughton gatefold jacket.

**Regina Spektor “Begin To Hope”, Her breakthrough gold selling album available for the first time on vinyl just for Record Store Day: 2 LP’s with 2 previously unreleased tracks never before on vinyl or cd

**CSNY “déjà vu” live: The musical companion to the 2008 feature-length documentary issued for Record Store Day. The special vinyl package features two 200g ultra heavyweight black-vinyl discs manufactured at Furnace (Japan) in a paper-wrapped Stoughton gatefold jacket.

Plus lots more…  Stop in and check it out!

Participating stores: Alpine location (Grand Rapids), Eastwood Towne Center Location (Lansing), Meridian Mall location (Okemos)

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