Record Store Day 2016 comes to the UK tomorrow (April 16th), with collectors and music fans across the nation venturing into their local music shop in order to keep the electricity on for one more year by rummaging through aisles upon aisles of re-issues, exclusive releases and collector’s editions of albums and singles both old and new.
This year will be no different, with a slew of great music to choose from over 200 indie record stores across the UK. But with so much music on offer, you’re going to want to go in with an idea of which vinyls are definitely worth your cash. With that being said, we’ve selected our ten favourite records from Record Store Day’s mighty line-up, which you can view in the gallery below:
10 Vinyls You Should Buy on Record Store Day 2016
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World
J Dilla - The Diary
Sage Francis - Shit Brick House
Foals - Rain / Daffodils
Outkast - Elevators (Me & You)
Lush - Origami
Mac Demarco - Another (Demo) One
Florence + The Machine - Delilah / Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Paul Tamburro is the UK, Tech & Gadgets and Gaming Editor for CraveOnline. When he isn't busy reporting upon all the latest developments in the tech and gaming industries, he spends his spare time surrounding himself in the latest technology and video games, and enforcing his opinions on everything from Apple to Nintendo onto other people. It's fortunate that this is his job, really.