Courtesy of Record Store DayNow that the Turkey Day festivities are done, music fans will be flocking to their local independent record stores today for the 2016 edition of Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. The annual campaign features an eclectic variety of exclusive limited-edition vinyl releases. This year’s offerings include vinyl discs from The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Monkees, The Kinks and The Cars.

The Stones are releasing their cover of blues great Eddie Taylor‘s 1955 song “Ride ‘Em on Down” as a 10-inch vinyl single. The track also will appear on the band’s forthcoming album Blue & Lonesome, due out December 2.

The Beach Boys’ Black Friday offering is a 19-song LP titled Becoming The Beach Boys that includes selections from a recent compilation of the group’s earliest recordings. The release is available randomly on red, blue and yellow vinyl.

The Monkees are issuing an opaque-red-vinyl, 10-inch EP called Good Times! Plus! that features four non-LP tracks the group recorded during the sessions for their 2016 album, Good Times!

The Kinks are contributing four separate releases to the initiative, including a black-and-white-swirled-vinyl version of their 1978 LP Sleepwalker; and three seven-inch EPs, each featuring four tracks dating from between 1964 and 1971.

The Cars are releasing a seven-inch picture disc that features two tracks from the band’s 1978 self-titled debut album — the hit “Just What I Needed” and “I’m in Touch with Your World.”

Other artists releasing vinyl discs for the 2016 Record Store Day Black Friday include The Turtles, Otis Redding, Alice Cooper, Jimi Hendrix, The Bangles, Foreigner, Jerry Garcia, Isaac Hayes, Harry Nilsson, Prince, Frank Sinatra and The Yardbirds.

Visit RecordStoreDay.com to check out the full list.

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