Jenny Lewis, OutKast, Conor Oberst, Wu-Tang Clan Announce Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusives

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, announces the label's line-up of collectible 12", 10" and 7" vinyl releases created especially for Record Store Day's Black Friday 2014, celebrated this year at the nation's independent record stores on Friday, November 28, 2014. (PRNewsFoto/Legacy Recordings)

Jenny Lewis, OutKast, Conor Oberst, Wu-Tang Clan Announce Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusives

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, announces the label's line-up of collectible 12", 10" and 7" vinyl releases created especially for Record Store Day's Black Friday 2014, celebrated this year at the nation's independent record stores on Friday, November 28, 2014. (PRNewsFoto/Legacy Recordings)

Every year for the past few, the people behind Record Store Day have been promoting a Black Friday offshoot that involves independent record stores selling limited-run exclusives on the day after Thanksgiving. This year’s offerings include a few that were just announced. As Pitchfork reports, Conor Oberst will release a 7″ single featuring two unreleased songs from his Upside Down Mountain sessions. Jenny Lewis has alternate versions of her The Voyager songs “Just One Of The Guys” and “You Can’t Outrun ‘Em,” which she recorded with producers Ryan Adams and Mike Viola. OutKast are selling a new green 10″ single version of their 1994 classic “Player’s Ball,” backed with a rare extended version of the song. Wu-Tang Clan are releasing “C.R.E.A.M.” as a picture-disc single cut into the shape of their W logo. The Flaming Lips are reissuing their rare Christmas album Atlas Eets Christmas, putting it on vinyl for the first time. And Mastodon will have “The Motherload” on a 12″ picture disc, along with an instrumental version of “Halloween.” There will certainly be more exclusives on the way; check here for details.

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