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    Emmylou Harris, Clint Mansell / Kronos Quartet Record Store Day Vinyl Releases Now in Nonesuch Store

    When the annual Record Store Day celebration took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were new vinyl editions of classic recordings from Clint Mansell, featuring Kronos Quartet, and from Emmylou Harris. Both albums are now available in the Nonesuch Store.

    The first-ever vinyl edition of Clint Mansell's haunting score to Darren Aronofsky's 2000 film Requiem for a Dream, performed by Kronos Quartet, landed at the top spot on Billboard's Classical Catalog chart following Record Store Day. The album, pressed on two 180-gram LPs at Record Industry in the Netherlands, features the original soundtrack, remastered for the release, plus two previously unreleased bonus tracks, as well as a download of the complete album, and newly commissioned artwork by Simon C Page. To order it in the Nonesuch Store, click here.

    The first worldwide vinyl release of Emmylou Harris's groundbreaking, Grammy Award–winning album Wrecking Ball comes complete with additional bonus material. The new edition, pressed on three 180-gram discs at Record Industry, includes the original Daniel Lanois–produced album, remastered, along with several bonus tracks first released on the 2014 three-disc Nonesuch reissue of the album, which Uncut magazine called "a masterpiece." To order it in the Nonesuch Store, click here.

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Emmylou Harris, Clint Mansell / Kronos Quartet Record Store Day Vinyl Releases Now in Nonesuch Store

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When Record Store Day took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were the first-ever vinyl edition of Clint Mansell's soundtrack to Darren Aronofsky's film Requiem for a Dream, featuring Kronos Quartet, and the first worldwide vinyl release of Emmylou Harris's groundbreaking, Grammy-winning album Wrecking Ball, produced by Daniel Lanois. Both albums are now available in the Nonesuch Store.

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When the annual Record Store Day celebration took place earlier this month, included among the special releases were new vinyl editions of classic recordings from Clint Mansell, featuring Kronos Quartet, and from Emmylou Harris. Both albums are now available in the Nonesuch Store.

The first-ever vinyl edition of Clint Mansell's haunting score to Darren Aronofsky's 2000 film Requiem for a Dream, performed by Kronos Quartet, landed at the top spot on Billboard's Classical Catalog chart following Record Store Day. The album, pressed on two 180-gram LPs at Record Industry in the Netherlands, features the original soundtrack, remastered for the release, plus two previously unreleased bonus tracks, as well as a download of the complete album, and newly commissioned artwork by Simon C Page. To order it in the Nonesuch Store, click here.

The first worldwide vinyl release of Emmylou Harris's groundbreaking, Grammy Award–winning album Wrecking Ball comes complete with additional bonus material. The new edition, pressed on three 180-gram discs at Record Industry, includes the original Daniel Lanois–produced album, remastered, along with several bonus tracks first released on the 2014 three-disc Nonesuch reissue of the album, which Uncut magazine called "a masterpiece." To order it in the Nonesuch Store, click here.

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