Fans shared their stakes from the second of the three 2020s Record store day Events.
The annual Record Store Day celebration was originally scheduled for April 18, but now there are three different days this year. It was decided to meet the social distance measures set for Coronavirus Ubiquitous epidemic.
Fans across the country are sharing the limited edition records and special releases released today for the second show. There will be separate releases for each event this year.
Includes a 50th anniversary edition this weekend Paul McCartneyLimited Edition Semi-Speed Mastered Vinyl Pressing, 25th Anniversary Seven inch single box edition All ‘Dirty BastardReturn to ’36 chambers of, and Britney SpearsOn vinyl, ‘Oh … what did I do’ again, four rare remixes and four rare songs, and more.
Record stores shared photos of their crowd for the event today. “Drop 2 has started!” Residents in Brighton tweeted. “It’s nice to see some familiar faces and lots of smiling eyes !!!”
And we’re off !!!@ RSDUK Drop 2 has started! Dear to see some familiar faces and lots of smiling eyes !!!
– Resident (@ Music Translator) September 26, 2020
However, some record stores have chosen to remain closed due to an increase in coronavirus cases in the UK. Banquet Records tweeted: “Everything is going right now, our doors are closed so all our sales will be online. But we’re ready to go at 6 p.m.
This is it #RSD20 Leave 2 today.
Everything is running right now, our doors remain closed so our entire sale will be online. But we’re ready to leave at 6 p.m. Dermot Kennedy to Flatwood Mac, Declan McKenna to Britney https://t.co/VWZyCiY7RZ pic.twitter.com/dL0Qgk4P6y
– Banquet Records (@ Banquet Records) September 26, 2020
Spillers Records in Cardiff also had to remain closed due to lockout measures in Cardiff. “It’s heartbreaking that we won’t be opening ORSDU Drop 2 this Saturday,” he wrote on Twitter. “With Cardiff surrounded by areas under new lockout measures, it doesn’t seem right to do so this time around.”
It is very heartening that we will not open the shop this weekend @ RSDUK Drop 2
This time around it doesn’t seem right to do so with Cardiff surrounded by areas under new lockout measures.
– Player record (@spillerskirk) September 22, 2020
Check out the social media response to the second record store day of the year below.
– Ryan Heinz (ryanheinz_) September 26, 2020
– Record Exchange (@ Record Exchange) September 26, 2020
– Listen to the scientist, not the fool (@DavidLaster) September 26, 2020
– Joe Turner (jahoe22) September 26, 2020
– NiG Ghost (@NiGhostBand) September 26, 2020
– ʟᴀᴜʀᴀ (omDomdvys) September 26, 2020
Didn’t like to start again at 4 in the morning for the great trouble rain of the morning @ RSDUK Drop 2, but still managed to make it ਪੀ Upinorthvinyl At the most reasonable time and grab my two biggest wishes @Deftpunk_com And rogerwaters! 😄 #RSD20 #RSD drops pic.twitter.com/FPYALNQCd2
– Jack Fermore-Whirl (@JFW_Music) September 26, 2020
– Ride – Network (RideNetwork) September 26, 2020
The first 2020 Record Store Day event garnered the support of huge crowds and music fans across the UK.