'Ghostbusters' theme tune to be re-released on glow-in-the-dark vinyl for Record Store Day

Ray Parker Jr's song will be reissued to celebrate the film's forthcoming 30th anniversary

'Ghostbusters' theme tune to be re-released on glow-in-the-dark vinyl for Record Store Day

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The theme tune to Ghostbusters will be re-released for this year's Record Store Day.

A special glow in the dark 10-inch vinyl of Ray Parker Jr's 'Ghostbusters' track will be available for this year's event, which takes place on April 19, to mark the film's 30th anniversary.

In addition to the original track, the release will contain an instrumental version, a rare dance remix, and a dub version. Just 1,000 copies of the 10-inch will be available.

The single is one of the many special releases for this year's Record Store Day, along with limited editions from Nirvana, Paul Weller and Oasis.

Other big name artists contributing to this year's event include Damon Albarn, The Beach Boys, Chvrches, Edwyn Collins, Disclosure, Fleetwood Mac, Haim, Joy Division, Kings Of Leon, Metronomy, OutKast, Slipknot and The Rolling Stones, while Temples and Jagwar Ma have teamed up for a split seven-inch.

Check out the full list here.

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