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Retro rules at Saturday's Record Store Day

“The Peanuts” Record Player and more.

1"The Peanuts"

Record Player

Maybe the cutest Record Store Day speciality item ever. Made by Crosley in a limited edition of 2,400. $119.98 at Gold Million Records (formerly Plastic Fantastic), 851 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.

2Short run (500-7,500) vinyl pressings

The major RSD lure. Classics revisited include: Velvet Underground, "Loaded"; Everly Brothers, "Roots"; Jerry Garcia, "Garcia"; Donny Hathaway, "Live at the Bitter End 1971" and Devo "Live at Max's Kansas City." New on 7- or 12-inch vinyl are singles from Ray LaMontagne, Dawes/Conor Oberst, Deer Tick, Katy Perry (picture disc), Dolly Parton and more.

3In-store shows, signings

Sound of Market, 15 S. 11th St., Rajdulari 3 p.m.; Main Street Music, 4444 Main St., Birdy 2 p.m., the Gantry 3 p.m.; A.K.A. Music, 27 N. 2nd St., Ortolan noon, Gardens & Villas 1 p.m., Mills 3 p.m., Lushes 4 p.m.

4Celebrate album art

Graphic artist Cal Schenkel, creator of zany covers for Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart and Tom Waits, shares art and wisdom at Gold Million Records, noon to 5 p.m.

5See the documentary

"Last Shop Standing: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of the Independent Record Store" screens at noon at Hideaway Music, 8612 Germantown Ave.