A limited-edition yellow-and-black plaid version will be released through Urban Outfitters

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April 06, 2015 04:15 PM

Clueless doesn’t turn 20 until July, but Universal Music Enterprises is getting a head start on the birthday celebration by reissuing the film’s soundtrack on vinyl, just in time for Record Store Day on Tuesday.

You can snatch up the exclusive yellow-and-black plaid edition of the album at participating Urban Outfitters locations (other retailers will be carrying different-colored vinyl) and relive your best ’90s dreams with technology that was outdated even when this soundtrack first arrived on shelves.

Fun Fact: Clueless director Amy Heckerling thought Radiohead was “just this whiny, whiny band” and therefore picked them for “the maudlin music of the university station” played by Cher’s older stepbrother Josh (played by Paul Rudd). We’ve taken the liberty of embedding the soundtrack below so you can rock out to that amazing Muffs cover of “Kids in America,” our favorite cut from the album.

What’s your favorite song from the Clueless soundtrack? Leave it in the comments below.

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Related: Jeremy Sisto Reveals Clueless Kiss with Alicia Silverstone Was a Childhood Dream Come True

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