You know the drill, once again I’ve scoured the internet for five of the best limited edition, rare or re-issued vinyl your hard earned money can buy this week.

1. First up this week is really special, the self released, self titled debut album by Internet Forever. I know what you’re thinking, in this day and age self releases aren’t uncommon. but self releases limited to just 250 vinyl copies are. Trust me when I say this is a great album and with production from James Rutledge (Radiohead and MGMT) and Dreamtrak (Foals and T3eth) it seems we’re not the only ones who like the band. Buy here.

2. Love him or hate him you cant argue with Wiley’s work rate and Evolve or Be Extinct is his 9th album, and the second to be released in 6 months. The album, originally announced as an EP, comes packed as a deluxe triple album, take a listen to 3 of the tracks below. Buy here.


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3. Lana Del Rey releases her highly anticipated new album next week (Reviewed here) and ‘Born to Die’ is the second single from that album. With the imagery causing controversy, particularly after the rejection of a certain Perfume Genius ad by Google this week, this limited edition 7” picture disc is a decent little purchase I think. Buy here.

4. The latest single to be taken from 2011’s Suck It And See by Arctic Monkeys has been given a special vinyl release. Not only has it been limited to just 1500 copies worldwide but the b-side features Richard Hawley and the band in their ‘Death Ramps’ alter ego, watch the video for ‘You and I’ below. Buy here.

5.This is my favourite song of all time, it has been since I was 17, aged 29 I’m still finding new ways to appreciate the track. ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ was released by Joy Division just a month after front man Ian Curtis took his own life, and while it should have been the song that catapulted the band into stardom and surely years of success it has instead become the song that defined Curtis and his tragic, untimely death. In a week where Disney upset the bands fans with a t-shirt design manipulating their debut album, I’ve chosen this clear 12” vinyl LP of the single because it is gorgeous as hell and a must buy for any fan. Buy here.