'Ghostbusters' Theme Gets Limited Edition Vinyl on Record Store Day

March 25, 2014
Source: Record Store Day


This year marks the 30th anniversary of the classic Ghostbusters, and while we're missing writer and star Harold Ramis (and lamenting continuation of Ghostbusters 3), there's plenty of cool stuff happening this year to mark the occasion for fans. The LEGO version of the Ecto-1 is just one of the special releases arriving to celebrate the film 30 years later, and now (via SlashFilm and Rolling Stone) has keyed us in to a limited edition vinyl pressing of the universally known theme song by Ray Parker Jr. that will be released on April 19th at participating record stores. But this one is going to be pretty hard to snag.

Here's an image of the bad-ass vinyl pressing of the Ghostbusters theme song:


Not only does the record (which glows in the dark) have the original Ghostbusters single, but it also has an instrumental version, a 12" dance remix version and also a Dubstep version for all you crazy kids out there. But the bad news is that there will only be 1,000 pieces total that will only be available at the record stores participating in the event. You can find the nearest participating vendor for Record Store Day right here, but make sure you call to confirm they will have this item before you wait in line. And for all you Ghostbusters fans, there's plenty of other cool anniversary stuff coming this year so stay tuned for more. Cool record?

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Brake out the Huey Lewis back story ~~~~~~

DJROBL on Mar 25, 2014

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