Where to Find, Buy LP Album Online

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“Cowboy Carter” is finally here. After weeks of teasing and anticipation, Beyoncé’s eighth studio album is available worldwide now. You can listen to the new country album on streaming services, or purchase it as an MP3 download or on CD. Fans and record collectors alike will also undoubtedly be searching for “Cowboy Carter” on vinyl, and there are a few ways to get your hands on the album on LP.

Beyoncé released “Cowboy Carter” on vinyl through her official website, with the limited-edition cover art depicting a microphone in the shape of a gun. A press release says the vinyl artwork was inspired by “Thelma and Louise running from the law, but the gun is invisible, hyper exaggerated reality.”


Cowboy Carter Limited-Edition Vinyl (White Disc)

The “Cowboy Carter” vinyl on Beyoncé’s site was made available in four colors: a white disc, black disc, red disc and blue disc. While the LP set quickly sold out on Beyonce.com, you can still find the limited-edition vinyl available on eBay (as of this writing).

Beyonce 'Cowboy Carter' Vinyl: Where to Find, Buy LP Album Online


Cowboy Carter 2-LP Vinyl

You can also find “Cowboy Carter” on vinyl through Amazon, which is selling a two-disc set online for $34. The set includes the album on two black vinyl LPs, along with collectible gatefold and sleeves.

Note that this is a pre-order for now, as the official vinyl won’t be released until April 12.

Beyonce 'Cowboy Carter' Vinyl: Where to Find, Buy LP Album Online


Cowboy Carter 2-LP Vinyl

A great site for rare and hard-to-find vinyl is Merchbar.com, and the site currently has Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter” vinyl in stock. Order it now to arrive after the official release date of April 12.

While sites like Urban Outfitters, Walmart and Target typically sell vinyl versions of new releases, they don’t currently have Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter” LP listed online. Still, expect them to stock “Cowboy Carter” on vinyl in the weeks to come, especially since each of them previously offered limited-edition sets and LP versions of “Renaissance.”


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