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Record Store Day Reveal 2022 Release List Including Taylor Swift, David Bowie And Jessie Ware

Thursday, 17 February 2022 Written by Laura Johnson

335 rare and exclusive releases has been revealed for this year's Record Store Day.

RSD will take over independent record stores on April 23, marking its 15th annual celebration, with Taylor Swift being the first global amabassador for the event.

Last year, Noel Gallagher served as the British ambassador for Record Store Day, while Fred Armisen took the title in the US.

The full list of records can be viewed here. It includes a 7" of The Lakes from Swift, two EPs from David Bowie; 'Brilliant Adventure' and 'Toy', PinkPantheress' 2021 mixtape 'To Hell With It', and a double LP from The Cranberries, 'Remembering Dolores'.

There's also a number of live releases up for grabs, including records from Bad Company, Grateful Dead, The Gun Club, Keith Richards, Laura Nyro, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Paradise Lost, Pearl Jam, Pixes, Sam Fender, Skunk Anansie and Slash.

In 2020 and 2021, Record Store Day was split over two 'drop' days in two months.This year it has returned to its normal format of one day, though it does have a 'safety net' of sorts. Any RSD releases that are affected by manufacturing delays will be able to put out their record in RSD stores on June 18.

Billy Bragg, who's set to release 'Life's a Riot with Spy vs Spy' on June 18, said:

“I was excited to be involved in the first Record Store Day and, 15 years later, I'm amazed to see how this initiative has grown. But this year it feels more important than ever to be taking part. The pandemic has been tough for retailers and artists alike, causing havoc at vinyl pressing plants and making it difficult for musicians to tour. So it’s crucial that we all get involved and make this year’s RSD the best one so far.” 

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