Record Store Day will be celebrated at independent record stores around the country on Saturday, including The Music Box on Navy Boulevard and Revolver Records on Gregory St. Jack White is attempting a a record with a record.

White will record what he claims will be the "World's Fastest-Released Record." He'll take the stage at Third Man Records in Nashville at 10 a.m. and record direct-to-acetate version of the title track from his upcoming album, Lazaretto. The masters will be whisked over to United Record Pressing, which will immediately begin pressing seven-inch singles, with the sleeves featuring pictures taken at the show. The finished records will be sent back to Third Man to sell to fans. As long as there are fans in line waiting to buy the single, United will continue to press and deliver them.

Here are the other notable Record Store Day releases this year.

·                                 Four Aerosmith albums will be reissued on vinyl -- Rocks, Draw the Line, Night in the Ruts and Rock in a Hard Place.

·                                 311's self-titled 1995 album and Evolver are out on vinyl for the first time.

·                                 Cage the Elephant's "Take It or Leave It" seven-inch single has the previously unreleased song "Jesse James."

·                                 Nirvana's "Pennyroyal Tea"/"I Hate Myself and Want to Die" seven-inch single was set to be the final release from In Utero but was canceled after Kurt Cobain's death.

·                                 Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes' Live at the Greek album is available on vinyl for the first time as a triple-disc set.

·                                 Cake's Vinyl Box Set includes their eight albums as well as a previously unreleased live album recorded at Buck Owens' CrystalPalace on October 12th and 13th, 2005.

·                                 Five Finger Death Punch's Purgatory: Tales From the Pit is double-vinyl picture disc of live material.

·                                 Linkin Park's 2004 collaboration with Jay-Z, Collision Course, is available on transparent blue vinyl and adds a DVD of the two acts performing together.

·                                 Mastodon's Live at Brixton is a double-vinyl pressing of the band's DVD from last year -- and it includes the original DVD in the package.

·                                 Soundgarden's Superunknown: The Singles feature 10-inch versions of all five singles from the 1994 album.


·                                 Green Day's Demolicious brings together 18 demos recorded at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, California, in 2012 during the sessions for the band's Uno!, Dos! and Tré! album trilogy. It will also feature the previously unreleased track "State of Shock" and an acoustic version of "Stay the Night" from Uno!