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    Wilco Celebrates Vinyl Saturday with Limited-Edition 7" Single, "You Never Know"

    Wilco helped celebrate Record Store Day this past April with the early DVD release of the concert film Ashes of American Flags in independent retailers across the US. This weekend, the people behind Record Store Day launch Vinyl Saturday, and Wilco's on board again. To mark this celebration of the format long considered an audiophile favorite, Nonesuch releases a special limited-edition 7" single featuring the track "You Never Know," off the band's forthcoming release Wilco (the album), paired with the previously unreleased tune "Unlikely Japan" (an early version of Sky Blue Sky's "Impossible Germany") on the B-side. To order your copy of the single and the new album now, visit the Nonesuch Store's Wilco Store. For more Nonesuch titles available on vinyl, visit the Nonesuch Store's vinyl section.

    In addition to the special 7" single, Wilco has made still another contribution to the Vinyl Saturday and Record Store Day mix. The band has autographed a beautiful Gibson Faded SG Special to be given away to one lucky fan. For more information and to register to win, visit recordstoreday.tuneportals.com.

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Wilco Celebrates Vinyl Saturday with Limited-Edition 7" Single, "You Never Know"

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Wilco helped celebrate Record Store Day this past April with the early DVD release of the concert film Ashes of American Flags in independent retailers across the US. This weekend, the people behind Record Store Day launch Vinyl Saturday, and Wilco's on board again: Nonesuch releases a special limited-edition 7" single featuring the track "You Never Know," off the band's forthcoming release Wilco (the album), paired with the previously unreleased tune "Unlikely Japan" on the B-side. The band is also offering an autographed Gibson Faded SG Special to be given away to one lucky fan.

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Wilco helped celebrate Record Store Day this past April with the early DVD release of the concert film Ashes of American Flags in independent retailers across the US. This weekend, the people behind Record Store Day launch Vinyl Saturday, and Wilco's on board again. To mark this celebration of the format long considered an audiophile favorite, Nonesuch releases a special limited-edition 7" single featuring the track "You Never Know," off the band's forthcoming release Wilco (the album), paired with the previously unreleased tune "Unlikely Japan" (an early version of Sky Blue Sky's "Impossible Germany") on the B-side. To order your copy of the single and the new album now, visit the Nonesuch Store's Wilco Store. For more Nonesuch titles available on vinyl, visit the Nonesuch Store's vinyl section.

In addition to the special 7" single, Wilco has made still another contribution to the Vinyl Saturday and Record Store Day mix. The band has autographed a beautiful Gibson Faded SG Special to be given away to one lucky fan. For more information and to register to win, visit recordstoreday.tuneportals.com.

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Wilco "You Never Know" 7" single [cover]

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