Record Store Day (RSD) has launched its big list of titles, and there will be plenty for the rock masses to purchase this summer.

AC/DC, the Rolling Stones and Queen are among the artists with RSD exclusive titles coming out on June 12 and July 17, respectively. Due to the ongoing pandemic, RSD organizers decided to spread their event across two days to help spread out large shopping groups similar to the 2020 event, which was spread across three days.

On June 12, AC/DC will be releasing a special picture disc of “Through the Mists Of Time” and “Witch’s Spell,” which came off of the band’s 2020 album Power Up. On the same day, the Rolling Stones will be releasing a special 50th anniversary edition of Hot Rocks.

Meanwhile, on July 17, Queen is releasing a special EP/single bundle set.  The five-track EP will feature four tracks from their latest live album with Adam Lambert, Live Around the World, along with an unreleased live track. The pink vinyl single in the set is of the Freddie Mercury solo track “Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow.”

RSD will also feature a number of “First Release” titles that will hit record store shelves on June 12 and July 17. Among the artists with “First Release” titles coming out are U2, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty, Elton John, Janis Joplin and more.

For a complete list of RSD titles and to find a record store near you taking part in the two-day event, head over to


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