Another Record Store Day is in the books, and as thousands of independent retailers are recovering from their busiest day of the year (and thousands of customers are still smarting from some insanely high retail prices on some of these exclusive titles), we thought it would be worth looking at the top 100 best-selling Record Store Day exclusive titles, according to data collected from a variety of independent record stores by Buzz Angle. The top 10 is full of novelty items such as a heart-shaped Father John Misty picture disc (limited to 5,700 copies) and a reproduction of Metallica‘s original demo tape (“limited” to 10,000 copies), and is topped by the White Stripes‘ first-ever release of 2005’s Get Behind Me Satan on vinyl (with a hefty price tag, too—we saw it selling for around $40 on RSD at multiple stores). It’s worth noting that the only new release to make the top 10 is Built To Spill‘s new album, Untethered Moon, which officially comes out today but was released early on vinyl in a “limited” edition of 10,000 copies for RSD.
It’s also worth noting that for all the hype the limited-edition repress of Deja Entendu by Brand New [pictured] got, it was only the 70th highest-selling title on RSD. Of course, that chart position could be so low because it was limited-edition—only 1,400 copies were produced, and it’s a pretty safe bet nearly all of them sold immediately on Saturday. Other Substream favorites charting include Foo Fighters (No. 18, Songs From The Laundry Room demos 10-inch, limited to 4,000 copies), the Hold Steady (No. 50, Boys And Girls In America LP repress, limited to 4,000 copies), Tegan And Sara (No. 58, Live At Zia Records LP, limited to 4,500 copies) and Polaris (No. 74, Music From The Adventures Of Pete & Pete LP, limited to 2,100 copies). Check out the whole chart below.