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Glow-in-the-dark Ghostbusters Theme Vinyl


Dust off your record players, because there's finally something worth playing on it.

As part of Record Store Day, happening this year on April 19th, a 10" glow-in-the-dark, 'ecto green' vinyl record of the Ghostbusters theme tune is being released. The record, by Ray Parker Jnr (with a little bit of help from Huey Lewis & The News), features original, instrumental, dance mix and dub versions and is limited to just 2,000 copies.


Most copies will be sold in stores participating on April 19th rather than online, so don't delay - perhaps get queueing now. You know it'll be worth it.

For more info visit www.recordstoreday.co.uk

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