From Twenty One Pilots to ‘Star Wars’ to NOFX, these are the 50 top-selling Record Store Day 2016 titles

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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 50 best-selling Record Store Day exclusive titles, according to data collected from a variety of independent record stores by Buzz Angle.

This year, Buzz Angle separated out singles and EPs from LPs, resulting in two separate top 25 charts. So first, we take a look at the top 25 singles of Record Store Day 2016. The list was topped by current radio darlings (and former Substream cover stars) Twenty One PIlots [pictured], whose RSD single was limited to 7,500 copies. Other Substream faves to make the top 25 singles list include Death Cab For Cutie’s “Tractor Rape Chain” 7-inch (No. 9, limited to 3,000), CHVRCHES’ Every Open Eye remixes 12-inch (No. 18, limited to 5,000) the Circa Survive/mewithoutYou split 7-inch (No. 20, limited to 2,500) and NOFX’s “Sid & Nancy” 7-inch (No. 25, limited to 1,000). See the whole list below.

Rank Title Artist Label
1 Double-Sided twenty one pilots Fueled By Ramen
2 Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Live) – Side by Side MC5/Melvins Rhino Records
3 Empire of the Clouds Iron Maiden BMG
4 Elevators (Me and You) OutKast Legacy
5 I Started A Joke Bee Gees/Faith No More Rhino Records
6 Roadhouse Blues (Live)/A Feast of Friends The Doors Rhino Records
7 Melancholy Mood Bob Dylan Columbia Records
8 Mo Money, Mo Problems – Single The Notorious B.I.G. Rhino Records
9 Tractor Rape Chain/Black Sun Death Cab For Cutie Atlantic Records
10 There Will Be Time Mumford & Sons + Baaba Maal Glassnote
11 Werewolves of London – Side by Side Warren Zevon/Flamin’ Groovies Rhino Records
12 My Guitar / Dog Breath Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention UME/Zappa Records
13 This Must Be The Place – Side by Side Talking Heads/Echosmith Warner Bros.
14 TVC15 David Bowie Rhino Records
15 Silly Symphony Collection: The Skeleton Dance/Three Little Pigs Various Artists Walt Disney Records
16 Well, Everybody’s Fucking In A U.F.O. Rob Zombie UMe
17 Reapers Muse Warner Bros.
18 Every Open Eye Remix EP Chvrches Glassnote
19 The Roulette Sides John Coltrane Rhino/Parlophone
20 7 Split” Circa Survive / mewithoutYou Sumerian Records
21 Gangsterville Joe Strummer Legacy
22 Saturday’s Child/You Just May Be The One The Monkees Rhino Records
23 Truck Drivin’ Man Willie Nelson / Uncle Tupelo Rhino Records
24 Delilah / Only Love Can Break Your Heart Florence + The Machine Republic
25 Sid & Nancy Nofx Fat Wreck Chords

As for the top 25 albums of Record Store Day 2016, the list is just a diverse, topped by the picture disc 10-inch of two numbers from Star Wars: The Force Awakens‘ orchestral score by John Williams. The picture disc was “limited” to a whopping 15,000 copies, so clearly Star Wars fans turned out en masse to get this collectible.

Other Substream faves to make the top 25 albums list include a reissue of Sublime’s original demo Jah Won’t Pay The Bills on both vinyl and cassette (No. 2, limited to 11,500), the first-ever pressing of Deftones’ 2005 collection B-Sides & Rarities (No. 10, limited to 3,500), a picture disc reissue of the Sex Pistols’ classic 1977 LP Never Mind The Bollocks (No. 13, limited to 5,000) and a 10th anniversary reissue of Jay Reatard’s Blood Visions LP (25, limited to 2,000). See the whole list below.

Rank Title Artist Label
1 Star Wars: The Force Awakens “March of the Resistance” Various Artists Walt Disney Records
2 Jah Won’t Pay The Bills Sublime Interscope
3 Hoist Phish Jemp Records
4 I Dig Everything – The Pye Singles 1966 David Bowie BMG/Sanctuary
5 Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité, Metallica! – Live at Le Bataclan. Paris, France – June 11th, 2003 Metallica Blackened Recordings
6 Like A Virgin & Other Hits Madonna Rhino/Warner Bros
7 A Sailor’s Guide to Earth Sturgill Simpson Atlantic Records
8 The Diary J Dilla Pay Jay
9 Kiss My Amps II Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Warner Bros/Reprise
10 B-Sides and Rarities Deftones Warner Bros/Reprise
11 At Last Etta James Jackpot Records
12 Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ 4/25/77 Grateful Dead Rhino Records
13 Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols Sex Pistols Rhino Records
14 The Man Who Sold the World David Bowie Rhino Records
15 Smash Hits Jimi Hendrix Legacy
16 Live at the Aquarius: The First Performance The Doors Rhino Records
17 The Complete John Peel Sessions BBC The White Stripes Third Man Records
18 The Best Of The Johnny Cash TV Show Johnny Cash Legacy
19 Tusk Fleetwood Mac Rhino Records
20 Begin to Hope Regina Spektor Warner Bros/Sire
21 Another One Mac Demarco Captured Tracks
22 Disney Favorite Songs Various Artists Walt Disney Records
23 Live At Easy Street The Sonics ReVox
24 Soviet Kitsch Regina Spektor Warner Bros/Sire
25 Blood Visions Jay Reatard Fat Possum

In case you didn’t make it out to Record Store Day this past weekend, don’t fret: Many independent stores still have unsold RSD stock (including many of the above titles). Find a participating store near you and go pick up some awesome tunes, won’t you?