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Record Store Day co-founder picks Black Friday favorites

Michael Kurtz, Record Store Day co-founder, picks his favorite RSD releases for this upcoming Black Friday, which includes Todd Rundgren’s take on an early Squeeze single, a Zappa picture disc, William Shatner’s strange Cramp-ness and more.

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Judas Priest vocalist Rob Halford brings forth a very Merry Metal Xmas with his second Christmas album and shares his strong affection for the holiday. Plus, what are the most collectible Christmas records of all time? Goldmine will reveal them to you as you deck the halls! Also: Grace Slick on drugs, death, sex, an attempt to dose Nixon and Volunteers; The Rolling Stones hit another 50-year anniversary reissue celebration with Let It Bleed; Nick Lowe’s ongoing collaborations;  The Who’s mod film/musical Quadrophenia celebrates its 40th; Steve Boone and Lovin’ Spoonful continue rockin’; this year’s best guitar rock on vinyl; win a Vintage Shot of The Cars’ Ric Ocasek and the 10 Albums That Changed My Life with Beth Hart. All are in the December issue of Goldmine, on sale in stores like Barnes & Noble and Books A Million until early December. Take a Sneak Peek of the Issue here.