We’re just one day away from Record Store Day 2017 and with hundreds of albums being released, it may be tough to choose which ones to buy. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best albums being released. Check out these 13 awesome Record Store Day 2017 releases below:

Andre 3000 — “All Together Now”

Solo music from Andre 3000 doesn’t come around too often, so this 2010 cover of The Beatles song is a must-buy.

The Beatles — “Strawberry Fields Forever”

Anything from The Beatles is going to be a hot commodity on Record Store Day, so you’ll definitely want to get a hand on this 7-inch single.

Big L — “Devils Son EP (From The Vaults)”

With only one album ever released while he was alive, rapper Big L still managed to land himself in the ranks of hip-hop’s greatest. This EP includes some unreleased material from the rapper’s short career.

David Bowie — “BOWPROMO”

One of Bowie’s rarest releases, “BOWPROMO” is a replica of the promo album the singer sent to record labels before making it big. The album is limited to 15,000 copies. 

Johnny Cash — “Children’s Album”

Available on vinyl for the first time in more than 40 years, this album includes lighthearted songs such as “Nasty Dan” and “I Got a Boy.”

The Doors — “Live At The Matrix ‘67”

Available on vinyl for the first time ever, this Doors album has been newly mastered and will be individually numbered. 

Frank ‘N’ Dank & Jay Dee — “The Jay Dee Tapes”

Fans of the late J Dilla love to purchase his music on vinyl and this latest release is a must-have. The album includes tracks from the producers time with Frank ‘N’ Dank as well as instrumentals.

The Notorious B.I.G. — “Born Again”

While it may not be Biggie’s best album, “Born Again” on vinyl is something fans of the late rapper should get their hands on. 

Prince — “Little Red Corvette/1999”

Two of Prince’s biggest singles will be available in picture-disc form for Record Store Day 2017. 

Santana — “Live At The Woodstock Music & Art Fair”

The performance that sent Santana into stardom can now be owned on vinyl. 

The Smiths — “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”

This 7-inch single features a previously unreleased version of “The Boy with the Thorn in His Side” and “Rubber Ring” as well as new artwork.

The Time — “What Time Is It?”

Any release from Prince will be a must-buy for Record Store Day this year, and The Time’s “What Time Is It?” is no different. Released in 1982, the album was written, produced and recorded by Prince.

Sublime — “Badfish”

For the first time on 45 RPM, Sublime’s “Badfish” EP includes expanded art and photos. 

A full list of Record Store Day 2017 releases can be seen here.