Record Store Day comes to a close with its third RSD Drop on Oct 24. Here is the vinyl you are most and least likely to find in your favorite record store during the third RSD Drop this weekend.

Most Likely To Find

Rhino/Warner Records
  1. Lou Reed and John Cale “Songs For Drella” (8,000 copies)
  2. Grateful Dead “Buffalo 5/9/77” (7,700 copies)
  3. The Rolling Stones “Metamorphosis UK” (7,600 copies)
  4. Various Artists “The Virgin Suicides (Music From The Motion Picture” (7,500 copies)
  5. Alice Cooper “Live From The Apollo Theatre Glasgow Feb. 19, 1982)” (7,000 copies)
  6. The Who “A Quick Live One” (6,500 copies)
  7. Miles Davis “Double Image: Rare Miles From The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions” (6,000 copies)
  8. Frank Zappa “You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore” (5,000 copies)
  9. Johnny Cash “Classic Cash: Hall Of Fame Series – Early Mixes” (5,000 copies)
  10. Cheap Trick “Out To Get You! (Live, 1977)” (4,700 copies)

Least Likely To Find

Okemah Road Records
  1. Royal Horses “A Modern Man’s Way To Improve” (100 copies)
  2. Various Artists “Record Safari Motion Picture Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition)” (200 copies)
  3. Various Artists “Record Safari Motion Picture Soundtrack” (300 copies)
  4. Calexico “Hot Rail: 20th Anniversary Edition” (400 copies)
  5. The Violets “Athens, Georgia 1988-1992” (500 copies)
  6. Kali Uchis “To Feel Alive EP” (500 copies)
  7. Yann Tiersen “Lagniappe Sessions” (500 copies)
  8. Record Safari “Record Safari” (500 copies)
  9. The Pineapple Thief “Uncovering The Tracks” (500 copies)
  10. Love Tractor “60 Degrees and Sunny” (500 copies)

If you’re still thirsting for more limited edition vinyl after three RSD Drops, RSD Black Friday will be here in November. Check out the list of releases and start planning your purchases, now.

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