Ghostbusters wasn't just a hit movie, it was also a hit song by Ray Parker Jr., and in the summer of 1984, you couldn't turn on a radio without hearing this catchy jingle. Only later would we learn it was ripped off from Huey Lewis & The News' 'I Want a New Drug'. Neither party is allowed to speak of the lawsuit, but that hasn't stopped Columbia Pictures from celebrating both Record Store Day and the song's 30th Anniversary with a new limited edition glow-in-the-dark 10-inch that includes rare dance remixes. Available in participating stores April 19, there are only 1,000 copies of this collectable pressing. You better hurry and reserve yourself a spot in line.

<strong><em>Ghostbusters</em></strong> 30th Anniversary Record Store Day

Ray Parker Jr.


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Format: 10" Vinyl

Release type: 'RSD First' Release

More Info: 10" glow in the dark single.

Who you gonna call?


  • 1. Original single version
  • 2. Instrumental


  • 1. 12" dance remix
  • 2. Dub version

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