Tomorrow sees the return of Record Store Day and so today we're going to focus on the wish list of records we'll be queuing up for tomorrow morning. With around 300 special releases this year it's a long list so we'll keep the synopsis of each choice short!

Running through the list we spotted straight away Andrew Bird is releasing the double a-side 'The Crown Salesman/So Music Wine' on 10" orange vinyl, we like the look of that a lot.

Canadians Azari & III release just 300 copies of 'Lost In Time/Indigo' on 12" while Battles release 500 copies of the remix 12" 'Dross Glop 4'.

With their follow up to the amazing album Teen Dream being released next month Beach House release the second single from Bloom 'Lazuli' on 7" opaque blue vinyl.

Childish Gambino leads a charge of of hip hop acts joining the Record Store Day celebrations with the 12" release of 'Heartbeat', some of the other hip hop highlights include De La Soul's Plug 1, Plug 2 presents Must B The Music, Common's The Dreamer, The Believer LP and a Gorrilaz' DoYaThing 10" Picture Disc limited to just 500 copies.

405 favourites Fair Ohs have made 200 copies of 'The Singles Single'. Django Django's single 'Storm' taken from their hit self titled debut is limited to 500 copies on 7".

Veteran Edwyn Collins is releasing a collection of six 7" in a box set entitled 'Tape Box' while fellow legend David Bowie releases a 7" picture disc of classic track 'Starman'. Another old heads giving fans a chance to own some limited vinyl include Bruce Springsteen with a 7" of live performances of songs 'Rocky Ground' and 'The Promise' and Fleetwood Mac re-release their 1975 self titled album while Janis Joplin and Kate Bush are also releasing records, Joplin's is two 10" featuring selections from the Pearl sessions while Bush releases 'Lake Tahoe' on 10" picture disc.

A number of split singles feature this year including Xiu Xiu/Dirty Beaches with 'Always/Tu Ne Dis Rien', Deerhoof and Of Montreal bring fans 'Stygian x Bisection', Cate Le Bon teams up with countrymen and Super Furry Animals legend Gruff Rhys on the 7" 'Gold Medal Winner/Time Could Change Your Mind' while Francois and the Atlas Mointains and Slow Club release 'Gold Mountains/Edge of Town'. Slow Club also release the beautiful 'Paradise' on vinyl LP limited to just 500 copies.

With The Cure headlining this years Reading, tomorrow is a good time to invest in their back catalogue in time for August, as the band are releasing five records all on heavyweight coloured vinyl each seeing 2,500 copies pressed.

Third Man Records, Jack Whites label, are usually known for some bizarre releases however this year sees the label press an RSD2012 exclusive of The White Stripes' 'Handsprings/Red Death at 6.14' on red and black swirled vinyl. Amazing.

There are literally hundreds more special releases tomorrow so head to for your nearest participating stores and the full list of records available. You can also check out our previews to what's going on in your area via the dedicated tab on the home page.