Deftones to release a covers vinyl for Record Store Day

Deftones are to celebrate Record Store Day by releasing a unique and eclectic collection of rare cover songs spanning multiple genres, none of which has ever been available on vinyl before and a fan essential.

The vinyl will feature the following 11 songs:

Side A:
Drive (The Cars)
Caress (Drive Like Jehu)
Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (The Smiths)
No Ordinary Love (Sade)
Savory (Jawbox)
Do You Believe (The Cardigans)

Side B:
Simple Man (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Ghosts (Japan)
The Chauffeur (Duran Duran)
If Only Tonight We Could Sleep (Live) (The Cure)
Sleep Walk (Santo & Johnny)

Other releases will we see are:

Jimmy Eat World: Bleed American – A special 10th Anniversary Limited edition 3-disc reissue of this seminal album featuring a disc of rarities and b-sides pressed on 140 gram vinyl (each one will be hand numbered with a gold foil stamp). There will also be a special run of colored vinyl made exclusive for the Zia Record Store Day tent at Coachella in support of their appearance at the festival.

Mastodon: Live At The Aragon (Deluxe 2-disc set on 180-gram vinyl + DVD; Bernie Grundman Mastering) – Vinyl edition of the first-ever live experience package from heavy rock innovators Mastodon captures the band’s sonic assault recorded and filmed live in October 2009 at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom while the band was touring in support of Crack The Skye.

My Chemical Romance: “Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)” (7” picture disc)
The first single from the band’s current album Danger Days: The True Lives of The Fabulous Killjoys, includes the previously unreleased “Zero Percent,” on the B-side.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (Limited Edition white vinyl, You’re Gonna Get It! (Limited Edition blue vinyl; both Bernie Grundman Mastering). “Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers,” the band’s debut album, was originally released in 1976. The album is best known for introducing the world to the classic tracks “American Girl” and “Breakdown.” “You’re Gonna Get It!” Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ second album was released in 1978. Building on the edgy yet always melodic sonic template created on their debut, this album features the hits “Listen To Her Heart” and “I Need To Know” which remain staples in the classic rock songbook.

R.E.M.: Three (3 – 7” single 45 RPM discs, first three singles from their new album, Collapse Into Now, each in individual art gatefold sleeves. All B-sides are previously unreleased. Bernie Grundman Mastering)
Disc 1. Mine Smell Like Honey/ Supernatural Superserious (live in Raleigh, NC)
Disc 2. Oh My Heart/ Harborcoat (live in Riga, Latvia)
Disc 3. ÜBerlin/ What’s the Frequency, Kenneth? (live in Oslo, Norway)

     

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