Record Store Day 2023 arrives

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Find out about the list of exclusive titles in this edition.

It’s time to grow your vinyl collection or start one with the Record Store Day in its special edition Black Friday. With this special sale you can get some vinyl jewelry, exclusive to this sale day. Find out the details!

He Record Store Day is an initiative that promotes the purchase and sale of physical records in the world. This special version is intended to kick off Christmas sales with a special list of albums. Stores such as La Roma Records, The Rock & Roll Club and Noise Shop.

In The Rock & Roll ClubThe physical store will start its sale at midnight (00:00 am), although you can enter from 10:00 pm, while the online store will start at 00:30 am. Among its rarities is 3 Feet High & Rising of De La Soul, Rock Im Park 2001 of Limp Bizkit, Winter Solstice of phoenix (limited to 1000 copies), among many others.

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In La Roma Records The sale starts at 12:00 p.m. With official titles on LP or CD, as well as discounts throughout the store. Among their exclusives they will have Live At The Print Shop of Collective Soul, Black Sunday Remixes of Cypress Hill, Problematique of Kim Petras and five of the albums Luis Miguel as part of its official list of releases in Mexico.

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Noise Shop will also include RSD 2023 releases, over 300 new titles, and storewide discounts. The sale will be available Friday and Saturday.

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