Record Store Day
Get ready for Record Store Day 2017 with this list of albums you should check out. Getty Images

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.