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proud participant of

We have sent off our orders and are just waiting to hear back with our allocations!
We will endeavour to keep you posted when we know what stock we will be receiving.

Please find our 'on order' list at the bottom of the page.
Although we cannot guarantee we will get allocated all of these titles, we have placed them on order and will hopefully receive adequate quantities of them all.

Each year Record Store Day is getting bigger and better and we at Reflex are proud to be participating and stocking the vast majority of releases. Please email us at for your areas of Interest as, while we cannot reserve or pre sell titles we can at least let you know if we can stock if not already on our list.

On the day there will be coffee, tea and treats for all in the queue.

Since last year we again have been further investing in stocking back cat and classic Vinyl titles and have now given over a dedicated area to house a range of over 1000 classic titles such as Ed Sheeran, Oasis, Bowie, Floyd, Kraftwerk, Hendrix, The Jam, The Smiths etc etc. Most are first pressing new releases and some are very limited indeed. 

We also carry a huge range of over 4000 quality back cat CD titles and are rare edition specialists with special, limited and  rare limited editions coming out of our ears :)

All in all a good honest traditional Record Shop busy ensuring you have the titles that you want on Record Store Day as we do every day.                                                                                                                                                                                           

Now here's some PR bullet points kindly supplied by Tom at the ERA

  • Record Store Day started in 2007 in the United States
  • In it's first year in the UK, just a handful of stores participated with a few limited products
  • Now in 2017 Record Store Day's sucsess can be calculated in the sheer number of stores, exclusives and customers!
  • This year over 200 stores are participating across UK and Ireland
  • Vinyl sales have been growing for the past 5 years and in 2012 increased 15.3% over 2011’s sales on the back of 44% increase the previous year
  • Record Store Day sales grew over 50% last year and expected to grow further this year 
General messages
  • 100's of new products
  • RSD is a celebration of record shops in all their diversity
  • One big national "event" made up of hundreds of individual events
  • Events across the country from in store performances and signings to cake sales, raffles etc
  • Each event / shop individual in nature and style (no centralised culture)
  • It’s about celebrating shops not just the exclusive product that's for sale
  • Hopefully customers will love the "experience" - that's what RSD is about
  • Visit website –
  • Something for everyone
  • We think that Customers love exclusive nature of product but also being part of the event

"The original idea for Record Store day was conceived and founded in the USA back in 2007 as a celebration of the unique culture surrounding independently owned record stores in not only the USA but internationally. The UK soon followed suit in 2008 and has been growing gradually ever since. From a handful of stores in the first year, Record Store Day UK now plays host to over 200 stores.

On April 20th 2013, all of the independently owned record stores join forces with artists to celebrate the art of music. These artists make special appearances and performances across the globe alongside an extensive list of hundreds of exclusive products available for the day.

At Reflex records we have been participating in Record Store Day UK for the last five years. As part of this year's event we will be again participating and carrying almost the entire range of RSD titles. Additionally there will be a live acoustic set from a mystery local guest artist :)
"We at Reflex strongly believe that Record Store Day is a hugely important tool to convey to all generations, but especially the young, there are other possibly more interesting formats to collect your music on other than faceless, poor quality MP3 files and that supporting your local Record Store is important if you want real music to, not only prevail, but to grow and innovate.
We believe that the music industry as a whole needs to educate people that MP3 files , although hugely convenient, are indeed the modern equivalent to the cassette tape as they sacrifice sound quality for convenient file size and RSD helps to demonstrate this. Compare an MP3 simultaneously to a CD or Vinyl recording and I defy anyone to say the MP3 file is even close to the sound quality of its contemporaries, losing bass and high end definition. Record store day is all about real music of all genres on Vinyl (and some CD's) on one day only limited and very collectable editions. Since the advent of Record Store Day Vinyl Record sales have increased by circa 50%”

In addition to the above we already have in stock over 300 new classic vinyl titles and hundreds of 2nd hand gems
more information, visit the official Record Store Day website on "






Various Artists - Trojan Tighten Up Vol. 2

Various Artists – Northern Soul

Various Artist - Motown Funk 

Various Artists – New York Soul 

Various Artists – New Orleans Soul 

Various Artists – Soho Scene 61 Jazz Goes Mad

Various Artists – Soho Scene 65 Jazz Goes Mod 

Various Artists – Studio One Hi Fi Special 

Various Artists – Soul 70 Box Set 

Various Artists – Nigeria Soul Power Box Set

Various Artists – Pinapple Express OST 

Various Artists – Acid Revolution 

Various Artists – Mellow mellow / the only way is up 

Various Artists – Bollywood Psychedelic Years

Classic 45's – Peace and Love

Classic 45's – 70's Rock

Classic 45's – Country 


Airbourne – It's All For Rock n Roll

The Animals – Five Don't Stop The Show

The Animal Collective – Meeting Of The Waters

Alice In Chains – What The Hell Have I...

Aqua – Barbie Girl


David Bowie – Cracked Actor (Live)

David Bowie – BOW PROMO

David Bowie – No Plan

Bastille – Comfort Of A Stranger

Buggles – Video Killed The Radio Star (Picture Disk)

Blackbury Smoke – Pearls / The Rover

The Byrds – Do You Believe In Magic?

Babymetal – Metal Resistance

Bullet for my valentine - Don't Need You

Beatles – Strawberry fields / penny lane


The Chemical Brothers – C-H-E-M-I-C-A-L

Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Balcony

The Cure – Greatest Hits (Picture Disk)

The Cure – Acoustic Hits (Picture disk)

Chelsea – Live at the Bier Keller Blackpool

The Coral – Holy Mountain Picnic (Picture Disk)

The Courteeners – The 17th Remixes

Dave Clark – The Wolf / Way Of Life (remixes)

Johnny Cash – The Johnny Cash Children's Album


The Doors – Live At The Matrix '67

Deee-Lite – Groove Is The Heart

DJ Wild – Techno City

Doctor Who – Doctor Who and the pescations


Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Brain Salad Surgery

Elbow – August and September

Elvis – Live On Television – 1956 -1960

Enslaved – Roadburn Live (green vinyl)

Elastica – Elastica


Fleetwood Mac – Alternate Mirage

Feeder – Forget About Tomorrow

Fall – Live In Clitheroe

Georgie Fame – R&B At The Ricky

The Flaming Lips – Onboard The International Space Station

Fawlty Towers – Fawlty Towers


Graham Parker & The Rumour – Live In Bremen

Graham Parker & The Rhumour – Live In New York


Hawklords – Live 1978
The Hollies – Shake With The Hollies

Ian Hunter – Dandy


Idris Mohammad – Could Heaven Be Like This


Jamiroquai – Automation

Bert Jansch – Black Swan

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers – Broadcast '65 EP

Rober Johnson – The Centennial Collection

Johnny And The Asbury Dukes – Live From E Street

Pal Joey – Spend The Night

Joe Jackson – A Slow Song

Jah Screechy & sl2 – Walk and skank

Elton John – 17-11-70


Curtis Knight (ft. Jimi Hendrix) – Live At George's Club

Kasabian – You're In Love With A Psycho

Katatonia - PROSCENIUM


The Lumineers – Seeds I: Angela / Long

London Grammar – Rooting For You


Madonna – Dance Mixes

Motorhead – Clean Your Clock

Motorhead – Motorhead (3lp version)

Motorhead – Motorhead (picture disk)

Laura Marling – Live From York Minster

Madness & Ian Dury – Drip Fed Fred / Johnny The Horse

Dick Morrissey – Jazz For Moderns

Manic Street Preachers – Your Love Is Not Enough

Moby – Porcelin (Remix)

Spencer Morales – Without your love 


Stevie Nicks – Rarities '81-'83

Harry Nilsson – Nilsson Shmilsson

Kate Nash – Agenda EP


Gilbert O'Sullivan – Himself


Prince And The Revolution – Pop Life

Prince – Sign of the Times

Prince – I Could Never Take The Place of Your Lover

Prince – I Wish You Heaven

Prince – Batdance

Prince – Partyman

Pink Floyd – Interstellar Overdrive

Placebo (ft. David Bowie) – Without You I'm Nothing (Picture Disk)

Psychic TV – Fishscales Falling: Mixtape Vol. 2

Prince – Little Red Courvette / 1999

Pearl Jam – State Of Love And Trust

Iggy pop – post pop depression

Pentangle – Fianle... An evening with (3 lp)

The Pretty Things – French EP's (RSD box set) 

Pink Floyd – London 1966-1967


Lou Reed – Perfect Night: Live in London

Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Go Robot Picture Disk

Rush – x-1


The Smiths – The Boy With A Thorn In His Side

Small Faces – Itchycoo Park

Small Faces – Broadcast 66 EP

Super Furry Animals – The International

Slaves – Take Control (White Vinyl)

Sex Pistols – God Save the Sex Pistols

Emilie Sande – Live at the Royal Albert Hall

Small Faces – In Session at the BBC

Patti Smith – Hey Joe

The Sorrows – Germany 65

The Spencer Davis Group – The Rambling Rose EP

Sweat Shop Boys – Sufi La

Santana – Woodstock Saturday August 16th 1969

Sweet – Fox On The Run

Bruce Springsteen – Live at Hammersmith

Saxon – Into the Labrynth


T-Rex – Electric Warrior

T-Rex – Rock n Roll EP

T-Rex – live 1977

Thelonious Monk – Les Liasons (2 lp)


Uriah Heep – Live 2 LP Set 

U2 – Red Hill Mining Town (Picture Disk)

UK Subs – Live and Loud

U-Roy – Dread In Babylon


Venom – At War With Satan (Picture disk)

Venom – Black Metal (Picture Disk)

Venom – Welcome To Hell (Picture Disk)


The Who – Quadrophenia

The Wedding Present – Home International EP

Dennis Wilson – Bambu

Walter Lure & The Waldos – Live In Brooklyn

Wishbone Ash – Illuminations


Yes – 90125 Picture Disk

Neil Young – Decade 3 Vinyl Version


The Zombies – I Want You Back Again

The Zombies – Broadcast 66

Frank Zappa – Rollo


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