David Bowie, Regina Spektor, and, erm, Alan Partridge, are among the names on this year's Record Store Day releases list.
Rhino are releasing Bowie's a picture disc version of "The Man Who Sold the World" with German cover artwork, and 7” picture disc of "TVC 15".
Spektor's Soviet Kitsch and Begin To Hope are being made available on vinyl for the first time in a decade, while Jay Reatard's Blood Visions gets a 10th anniversary coloured vinyl reissue. Ocean Colour Scene, Manic Street Preachers, The Go! Team, and many more are also bringing classics back to life for RSD16. Skrillex and Diplo are releasing a "piss yellow" version of "Where Are U Now".
OutKast, Sia, Florence and The Machine, Foals, Neneh Cherry, Neon Indian, Matthew E White & Natalie Prass, Lush, Madonna, Mac DeMarco, Korallreven, Hüsker Dü, Nirvana, Iggy Pop, Flaming Lips, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis Presley, The Fall, and loads more are on the list.
More unique releases include Muse's "Reaper", complete with origami drone, Undertones' "My Perfect Cousin" with magnetic artwork, and a one-off picture disc featuring Alan Partridge's version of "Knowing Me, Knowing You".
Run The Jewels are also releasing a "fully-immersive virtual reality music video for their hit song ’Crown’", complete with virtual reality viewer.
Over 250 labels are joining the festivities this year, with four out of five releases coming from independent labels.