Tom Petty, Black Keys Release Black Friday Record Store Day Exclusives

Wilco, Bob Dylan, Soundgarden also provide exclusive material for independent retailers

November 23, 2011 4:00 PM ET
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Tom Petty performs at California State University Northridge.
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The consortium of independent retailers and record labels behind Record Store Day are hoping to drive traffic to brick-and-mortar record shops on Black Friday by offering a variety of limited edition items from superstars such as Tom Petty, Wilco, Soundgarden, the Black Keys, Bob Dylan and the Doors.

Here's a list of all the Record Store Day Black Friday exclusives that will be available at your local independent retailer this week.

Back-Wash Rhythm Band - The Golden Breed Soundtrack (vinyl)
Beastie Boys - Hot Sauce Committee Part Two (book)
The Beatles - The Singles (7-inch vinyl box set)
The Black Keys - "Lonely Boy" (12-inch vinyl)
Bob Dylan - Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? (7-inch box set)
Boris - New Album (CD)
Brendan Benson - Upstairs at United, Vol 1 (vinyl)
The Byrds - "Eight Miles High" (7-inch vinyl)
The Byrds - "The Times They Are A-Changin'" (7-inch vinyl)
The Civil Wars - Tracks in the Snow (vinyl)
Cory Chisel - Upstairs at United, Vol 2 (vinyl)
Craig Finn - "Honolulu Blues"/"Rented Room" (7-inch vinyl)
Crowded House - Intriguer Live: Start to Finish (CD)
The Doors - L.A. Woman Singles Box Set (7-inch vinyl box set)
Dr. Dog - Dr. Dog (7-inch vinyl)
Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (vinyl)
Ellie Goulding - Live at Amoeba (CD)
Fear - "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" (7-inch vinyl)
Grateful Dead - Live Europe '72 Vol. 2 (vinyl)
Iron and Wine - Morning Becomes Eclectic (vinyl)
Jamey Jasta/All That Remains (split 7-inch vinyl)
Janis Joplin - Move Over! (7-inch vinyl box set)
Jimmy Cliff - Sacred Fire EP (vinyl)
John Cale - EP: Extra Playful (CD)
John Lennon - Imagine 40th Anniversary Box Set (vinyl)
Justin Townes Earles - "Slippin' and Slidin'" (7-inch vinyl)
Kings of Leon - The Early Vinyl (vinyl)
Lovin' Spoonful - "Alley Oop" (7-inch vinyl)
Matisyahu - "Miracle" (7-inch vinyl)
Miles Davis - Miles Davis Quartet (vinyl)
Misfits - The Devil's Rain (vinyl)
Mr. Gasser and the Weirdos - Superfink! (CD/vinyl)
Nirvana - Nevermind: The Singles (vinyl box set)
Pete Townsend - The Quadrophenia Demos, Vol. 1 (vinyl)
Phish - Party Time (vinyl)
Phish - The White Tape (vinyl)
Pinback - "True North" (7-inch vinyl)
Pink Floyd - The Wall (7-inch vinyl box set)
Rainbow - Long Live Rock N Roll (vinyl)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik (vinyl)
The Rolling Stones - "No Spare Parts" (7-inch vinyl)
Ryan Adams "Do I Wait" (7-inch vinyl)
Sea Wolf "Songs of the Magpie" (7-inch vinyl)
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings - Soul Time! (CD/vinyl)
Silversun Pickups - Seasick (vinyl)
Soundgarden - Live on I-5 - Before the Doors Soundcheck EP (vinyl)
Syd Barrett - Mick Rock: Syd Barrett (7-inch vinyl)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Kiss My Amps Live (vinyl)
Type O Negative - Type O Negative (vinyl box set)
Warren Haynes - "Rivers Gonna Rise" (7-inch vinyl)
Wilco - Speak Into the Rose (vinyl)
Yardbirds - "Ten Little Indians" (7-inch vinyl)

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