Rare music, Record Store Day and Black Friday always bring out great rarities. Here are just a few things that are coming our way on Record Store Day. Green Day, Mastodon, and the Flaming Lips are the latest to join the growing list of bands set to drop a special Record Store Day Black Friday release.  Green Day and the Flaming Lips will both re-release material on vinyl. The former will release Tune in Tokyo, a 2001 live recording from Japan on transparent blue vinyl. The Flaming Lips will unleash Atlas Eets Christmas, the band's 2007 Christmas album, as Imagene Peise, on transparent red vinyl. Both of these offerings will be limited to 5,000 copies. Mastodon will unleash "The Motherload" single on a 12-inch picture disc, which will also be limited to 5,000 copies. The B-side of the record offers an instrumental version of "Halloween."   Record Store Day's Black Friday is November 28.

For Mastodon fans here is the video for "The Motherload":