The Best Vinyl Releases Of September 2022

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If you thought that the revival of vinyl was an unpopular trend was wrong. The industry has seen an actual revival. This means that fans of music are attracted to the physical medium in ways that they might not be if the old-fashioned medium didn’t make its return. This doesn’t mean everyone listens to their parents’ old albums however. It’s a part of it certain, thanks to reissues which present old albums in a new way. One of the most important aspects of the new wave of vinyl however, is the new releases being made as albums, of which there are many.

Whatever you’re interested in every month is the latest batch of vinyl releases that have something for everyone. Certain releases stand out from other releases so take a look at some of our top vinyl releases of September here.

Alex G — God Save The Animals


The Uproxx’s Ian Cohen recently declared that God Save The Animals, the newly released Alex G album, is his best work. Cohen wrote, in part “Folky Alex G, abstract Alex G, slowcore Alex G, rawk Alex G, it’s all here, but God Save The Animals manages to circle back to his origins placing the vocals higher than they’d ever been since Race or Rules.”

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John Denver — Rocky Mountain High (50th Anniversary Reissue)

Windstar Records/Secretly Distribution

Rocky Mountain High is undoubtedly the John Denver’s most iconic albums, and now as it is 50 years old in 2022, it’s receiving an all-new reissue. The limited edition is printed on blue vinyl. And in case you’re not familiar with the album, it includes the infamous title track, as and the underrated album’s closing track “Season Suite.”

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Holidays Rule

Craft Recordings

The summer season is coming to an end however that does not mean that it’s too late to think of Christmas Hanukkah as well as the various holiday celebrations that fall at the end of the year. If you’re looking to get your library of vinyl prepared, the brand latest holiday Rule album is perfect for you, since it includes songs from the holidays by Paul McCartney, The Shins, Sharon Van Etten, and many more.

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Aqua — Aquarium (25th Anniversary Reissue)


With all the buzz about the coming Barbie film, it’s a ideal opportunity to revisit the iconic Aqua smash “Barbie Girl.” There’s an excellent opportunity to do just that for those who love vinyl: Aquarium, the album’s parent is celebrating its 25th birthday this year , and has been reissued on vinyl featuring a stunning pink pressing.

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The War On Drugs — I Don’t Live Here Anymore (Limited-Edition Deluxe Box Set)

It’s been almost a whole an entire year that the band The War On Drugs dropped their most recent album 2021’s I Don’t Want to Live Here All the Time. To celebrate the band has a limited edition Deluxe box set that’s available today that includes previously unreleased tracks “Oceans of Darkness” and “Slow Ghost” on a 7-inch. They’ve also taken on the task of creating an unboxing clip to accompany this release. Check it out for more details on what’s in the huge collection.

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ABBA — ABBA Gold (30th Anniversary Reissue)


With the rate of 30 million units sold there’s only one or two records that have sold more than by the ABBA Gold compilation. The sales will continue to increase. coming, since the best-of album is now available as a 30th anniversary reissue. It’s pressed on gorgeous gold 180g vinyl, and of course, the greatest hits that fans have come to appreciate throughout the years.

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Sun Ra — The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (60th Anniversary Edition)

Craft Recordings

For those who have been aware of the jazz legend Sun Ra but haven’t yet gone on a dive to dive in, this reissue of his 1963 release The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra is a great place to begin. This album is widely regarded as to be one of Ra’s most accessible releases and this edition comes with remastered music and artwork.

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Dead Kennedys — Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables (2022 Mix)

Manifesto Records

Dead Kennedys started their run as one of the leading punk groups of the 1980s with their debut album, Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables. The album, which was released 42 years ago, has been updated with the new album called “2022 Mix,” which was created with an original tape with multitracks. It also has a 28-page book that includes rare archived photographs and interviews with.

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Roxy Music — The Best Of Roxy Music (Reissue)


Roxy Music put out a number of great tunes throughout their time and they put some of the most popular tracks all in one album in the compilation , The Best of Roxy Music. The group has reissued the album on vinyl, and it’s an excellent summary of the bandsince it features at least one track from each of the eight albums.

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Bruce Springsteen — Nebraska (Vinyl Me, Please Reissue)

Vinyl Me, Please

Nebraska is one of the Boss the most revered albums, is turning the 40th anniversary this month. Therefore, the folks from Vinyl Me, Please have released a stunning Reissue that has been mastered at half-speed and printed on an exquisite charcoal-colored vinyl. Like all VMP releases it, this release also includes a listening notes booklet.

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