Green Day, The Flaming Lips, Mastodon Among Record Store Day’s “Black Friday” Releases

Image Courtesy of Felisha Tolentino/Reprise Records'Tis the season for limited edition vinyl releases. Green Day, The Flaming Lips and Mastodon will all be releasing special pieces for Record Store Day's "Black Friday" celebration. The records will be sold only at independent record stores.

Both Green Day and The Flaming Lips will be re-releasing rare material for the first time on vinyl. Tune In Tokyo, a 2001 Green Day live recording from Japan, will be printed on transparent blue vinyl, while Atlas Eets Christmas -- The Flaming Lips' secret 2007 Christmas CD under the pseudonym "Imagene Peise" -- will be printed on transparent red vinyl. Both records will be limited to 5,000 copies.

Mastodon will be releasing "The Motherload" single on a 12-inch picture disc, which will also be limited to 5,000 copies. The single's B-side will feature an exclusive instrumental version of "Halloween."

The full lineup of releases has yet to be announced.

Record Store Day's "Black Friday" will take place on November 28. After beginning in 2007 as a way to get people to buy vinyl records from independent stores, Record Store Day added a Black Friday event to its annual yearly celebration in 2011. Record Store Day proper is held in April.

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