10 Least and Most Difficult Releases To Find During RSD Drop 1

The first Record Store Day Drop is cued up for Aug. 29, and will be one of three drops that have been scheduled instead of a traditional Record Store Day for 2020.

Here is what you are most and least likely to find in your favorite record store during the first RSD Drop.

Most Likely To Find

  1. Billie Eillish “Live At Third Man Records” (17,000 copies)
  2. Gorillaz “D-Sides” (15,000 copies)
  3. Gorillaz “G-Sides” (15,000 copies)
  4. Lou Reed and John Cale “Songs For Drella” (8,000 copies)
  5. New Order “The John Peel Sessions 1982” (7,500 copies)
  6. The Cure “Seventeen Seconds (Picture Disc)” (7,500 copies)
  7. The Cure “Bloodflowers (Picture Disc)” (7,500 copies)
  8. Pink Floyd “Arnold Layne Live 2007” (7,400 copies)
  9. Tyler, The Creator “Cherry Bomb” (7,250 copies)
  10. Elton John “Elton John” (7,000 copies)

Least Likely To Find

  1. Ezra Collective “Samuel L. Riddim/Dark Side Riddim” (300 copies)
  2. Bert Jansch “Live In Italy” (450 copies)
  3. clipping with Christopher Fleeger “Double Live” (500 copies)
  4. Skyzoo+Pete Rock “Retropolitan (Instrumentals)” (500 copies)
  5. Christian Paul “Christian Paul” (500 copies)
  6. The Pale Fountains “Longshot For Your Love” (500 copies)
  7. Lothar and the Hand People “Machines; Amherst 1969” (500 copies)
  8. Alfred Linares Y Su Sonora “Yo Traigo” (500 copies)
  9. Pete Krebs & Gossamer Wings “All My Friends Are Ghosts” (500 copies)
  10. Josefus “Get Off My Case” (500 copies)

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