Vinyl base moulds are not new to vinyl.
They’re also not new in pop music, and they’re definitely not new at the studio.
But for Record Store Day 2017, it’s the first time the band has used a mould in a production for a new album.
The first time it happened was back in 2012, when the band’s then-bassist Chris Cornell was putting together the album The Fall of the House of Usher.
In the process, he used moulds made by his wife, who made a few for the first album.
The result was that a couple of the albums’ songs sounded like they had been made by a person in the room with no idea what they were going to sound like, according to a report in The Guardian.
“We got really lucky,” Cornell said of the first instance.
“We got a bunch of the original tracks that we’d put on the album, and we made it sound like they were recorded on a vinyl base.”
The result, which Cornell said he and co-producer John Darnielle made in his spare time, was a mix of different tracks and a different sound that was different from the original, so it sounded like a different album.
But Record Store Week 2017 was different.
The album, titled The Fall Of the House Of Usher, was supposed to be released on vinyl in 2019, but it was scrapped for a second time and replaced by a new one that was also on vinyl.
This time, however, Record Store Days are happening as part of a new era of record labels and labels themselves.
While vinyl sales are slowly recovering from the 2008-2009 recession, the industry is still in a bubble and it’s difficult to make a profit on the business.
The industry has also been forced to rework albums, because there are so many tracks that have no place on the record.
For Record Store day 2017, Record stores across the US and Europe will be hosting the festival to celebrate the past, present and future of vinyl and its history.
It’s an opportunity to celebrate some of the most exciting records of the last 50 years, and to show people what vinyl can do, in a way that they’ve never seen before.
Read more about vinyl:In the UK, the biggest record labels in the world will also be participating, and you can catch the full lineup of all the shows below.
Here are the details for Record Stores Week 2017:In 2016, Record Stores Day was originally called Vinyl Moulds Day, but a couple years later it was renamed Record Stores Month, to honour the industry’s 30th anniversary of the festival, which began in 1986.
The event will also feature live performances, a music festival and other music related activities.
This year’s event will be held in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
Find out more about Record Stores week here.