Record Store Day 2020

Record Store Day 2020

Check here for all STP's Record Store Day 2020 release info, news, updates and of course special event announcements ( coming soon!...).


NOW 20th JUNE 2020

We'll be updating this page for the latest Record Store Day at Stranger than Paradise: news, updates, full releases information, FAQ's and of course special STP event details (coming soon....)

if you have any questions please ask as @ [email protected]

updated 20:00 - 13th March

We are sad to announce that following a decision made by the organisers of Record Store Day, the event will be postponed to June 20th.

Record Store Day is a worldwide event involving thousands of people and small businesses—In our discussions over the last few weeks, as information came and changed daily, and then hourly, we’ve taken all of them into consideration as we go over various options: Stay the course. Move the date. Change the structure of the event.  No one knows what things will look like in any given place in the next five weeks, and decisions for that time period need to be made now, using current facts. 

There is no perfect solution. There is no easy answer. We’ve decided that the best of all possible moves is to change the date of Record Store Day this year to Saturday, June 20.

We think this gives stores around the world the best chance to have a profitable, successful Record Store Day, while taking into consideration the recommendations of doctors, scientists, the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, and the need to be good citizens of both local and worldwide communities.  

We’re working with all of our partners and our stores to make this change as smooth as possible for everyone who participates in Record Store Day: customers, record stores, artists, labels and more.  Record Store Day is everywhere and we want to hold our party when everyone can gather around safely to celebrate life, art, music and the culture of the indie record store.

(And hey! Anything with the April 18, 2020 on it just became that much more special!) 

Full statement on their website: HERE

RSD 2020 Postponement


updated 18:00 - 5th March

Here's the full official list of Record Store Day 2020 products available to view, save and download.

PLEASE NOTE: we will NOT be taking all titles, however please feel free to ask us in-store or email [email protected] if you have specific titles in mind!


updated 12:04 - 4th March

U2, David Bowie & Manic Street Preachers to release special one-off Record Store Day releases for War Child.

The three releases forming part of this series include:

CHANGESNOWBOWIE which has never been available on record will be released in limited quantities on LP and CD for Record Store Day on 18th April, 2020.The cover art for the album will feature a portrait of David by renowned photographer Albert Watson, taken in New York in 1996. CHANGESNOWBOWIE is a nine-track mostly acoustic session which was recorded in 1996 in New York during rehearsals for Bowie's 50th birthday concert at Madison Square Garden. The BBC broadcast the session the following year, on Bowie's 50th birthday on January 8, 1997 by Mary Anne Hobbs.



Bowie RSD 2020


Manic Street Preachers – Done & Dusted – LP
This very limited edition 12” features mixes of tracks taken from the bands’ second album ‘Gold Against The Soul’ which was released in June 1993. ‘La Tristesse Durera (Scream To A Sigh)’ the title meaning “the sadness will go on” has lyrics written from the perspective of a war veteran and 'Roses In The Hospital' which was the highest charting single from the album. Mixes by London club scenes heroes The Chemical Brother and dance music icon Ashley Beedle were classic reworkings of the songs. The artwork for this release is inspired by a club promo 12” released in 1994 called ‘Done and Dusted’ (The Chemical Brothers were then known as the Dust Brothers).


Manic Street Preachers RSD 2020

U2 - 11 O’Clock Tick Tock
‘11 O’Clock Tick Tock’ was recorded with producer Martin Hannett in Dublin’s Windmill Lane Studios in 1980. Originally released in May that year, the song was U2’s first single on Island Records. This 40th anniversary edition includes the full length version of ’11 O’Clock Tick Tock’ and the original 7” b-side ‘Touch’, plus two previously unreleased live recordings from the band’s show at the Marquee in London in September 1980 – ‘Touch’ and ‘Twilight’. 12” Info -4 track 12” EP, cut at 45 rpm, Pressed on 180gsm transparent blue vinyl, Full colour gatefold outer sleeve,Photo gallery on inner gatefold.




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