Olivia Rodrigo announces limited-edition GUTS vinyl with four bonus tracks

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Only fans who purchase the 'Guts: The Secret Tracks’ vinyl will get to hear four bonus tracks.

Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia Rodrigo has four bonus tracks coming out on a limited-edition vinyl of 'GUTS'.

The 20-year-old Grammy winner has announced a Record Store Day’s Black Friday version of her hit second studio album that boasts the “secret tracks”.

However, they will only be available on this vinyl and not on streaming services.

The 'Good 4 U' hitmaker got her pal Jack White’s Third Man Records to press the songs; ‘Obsessed’, ‘Scared of My Guitar’, ‘Stranger’, and ‘Girl I’ve Always Been’.

A small batch of the 'Guts: The Secret Tracks’ vinyl will be available from November 24 via recordstoreday.com/SpecialRelease/16493.

Olivia teaming up with Jack comes after she revealed he wrote her a letter.

The former White Stripes star, 48, told the 'Bad Idea Right?' singer that her "only job" is to write radio-worthy music.

In an interview with The New York Times, Olivia said: “He wrote me this letter the first time I met him that said, ‘Your only job is to write music that you would want to hear on the radio.

“I mean, writing songs that you would like to hear on the radio is in fact very hard.”

St. Vincent - whose real name is Anne Clark - also had this praise for the star in the profile: “I’ve never met anyone so young and so effortlessly self-possessed. [Rodrigo] knows who she is and what she wants — and doesn’t seem to be in any way afraid of voicing that. And just a really lovely girl too.

“I’ve never heard her say a bad word about anyone.”

Olivia "felt immense pressure" making the follow-up to her record-breaking 2021 debut LP 'SOUR'.

Speaking on Hits Radio Breakfast, she said: "Making this album definitely had its ups and downs. "And there were some days where I'm just like, wow, the pressure is just insurmountable. I just feel, I don't know what I'm gonna do, and other days where it was really fun and, you know, had a great time.

"But uh, you know, I think at the end of the day, the most important thing, it sounds like so cheesy and cliché, but I just wanted to make an album that I really liked and felt really proud of."


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