For the love of vinyl: Abbey Road Studios celebrates Record Store Day

In the run-up to Record Store Day on Saturday, April 13, Abbey Road Studios celebrates with a variety of exciting launches, including a competition for artists to get their tracks cut to 7" vinyl at the studio
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As we get close to 2019’s Record Store Day on Saturday, April 13, Abbey Road Studios has revealed its excitement with the release of an exciting list of Abbey Road recorded vinyl, a subsequent Spotify playlist, and competition for artists to get their tracks cut to 7” vinyl at the studio.

The competition calls on all artists and bands with readily mastered and mixed tracks to enter, with one lucky winner being chosen to have their track cut to a 7” vinyl. You can enter here.

Abbey Road record releases:

The Charlatans - Us and Us Only

Chase & Status - No More Idols

Chic - Le Freak

Curse of Lono - 4am and Counting: Live and Stripped Back at Toe Rag Studios

Dexys Midnight Runners - At the BBC

Elastica - At the BBC

Elton John - Live From Moscow

Frank Black - Teenager of the Year/Self-Titled

Glass Animals - Zapa Stripped

Jessie Ware - Adore You/Overtime

Keane - Disconnected/Sovereign Light

Mod-ettes - The Story So Far

Monty Python - Life of Brian

The Police - Message In A Bottle

Power of Zeus - The Gospel According to Zeus

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car

Robyn - Body Talk

The Rolling Stones - She's A Rainbow

Ronnie Lane and the Band Slim Chance - At the BBC

Roxy Music - Debut Album Remixes

Rush - Hemisphere

The Specials - 10 Commandments/You're Wondering Now

Stereophonics - Live from Dakota

Tangerine Dream - Poland

Teenage Fanclub - The King

You can also check out Abbey Road’s Spotify playlist here.

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