Courtesy of RhinoA series of cool limited-edition vinyl reissues from Foreigner, Alice Cooper, ZZ Top, Deep Purple, Iron Butterfly, Faces, T. Rex and other artists will be released this October as part of a new campaign from the Rhino label dubbed Rocktober. The initiative will features various LPs, many on colored vinyl, released on each Tuesday of the month.

The Rocktober campaign kicks off October 4 with the arrival of three discs, including a red-vinyl edition of Foreigner’s chart-topping 1981 album 4 and a clear-vinyl version of Deep Purple’s 1972 classic Machine Head.

October 11 will see the reissue of ZZ Top’s hit 1983 album Eliminator on red vinyl, and a 180-gram version of Iron Butterfly’s 1968 debut Heavy.

The October 18 Rocktober reissues include Alice Cooper’s chart-topping 1973 album Billion Dollar Babies on green, yellow and orange marble vinyl, complete with its $1 billion bill insert; and an orange vinyl edition of Faces’ 1970 debut album, First Step, which actually was credited to the band’s predecessor group Small Faces.

Closing out the initiative on October 25, four discs will be released, including a remastered edition of T. Rex’s self-titled 1970 record, which will be available on CD as well as vinyl.

Visit Rhino.com to check out the complete list of Rocktober releases.

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