To save you time once you've vaulted over the queues of record collectors and eBayers, we've thumbed through the virtual racks to pick out ten of the best releases of the day.
Little Boots - 'Every Night I Say A Prayer' 12" (£8.99)
A collaboration with Hercules & Love Affair's Andy Butler released on the reborn Chicago house label Trax Records - also featuring remixes from Joe Smooth and Tensnake.
Coldplay - 'Up With The Birds 7" (£7.99)
A live version Mylo Xyloto closer 'Up With The Birds' which borrows from Leonard Cohen's 'Anthem'. Backed with a live take of another album track 'U.F.O.'.
Arctic Monkeys - 'R U Mine?' 7" (£5.99)
A standalone digital single from February, stuck on purple vinyl, together with another new song 'Electricity'.
Hot Chip - 'Night And Day (Daphni Mix)' 7" (£6.99)
Hot Chip are back! If we manage to get a copy of this remix of their comeback track, we'll no doubt listen to it over and over and over and over....
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Songs From The Great White North 12" (£7.99)
A four-track EP of the best B-sides from the ex-Oasis man's solo career so far, including the 'Shoot A Hole Into The Sun' collab with the Amorphous Androgynous.
Bat For Lashes - 'Strangelove' 7" (£6.99)
A cover of Depeche Mode's 1987 hit originally recorded last year for a Gucci campaign while Natasha Khan takes her time on record number three.
Arcade Fire - Sprawl II (Soulwax Remix) 12" (£17.99)
A reworking of the Canadian's 'Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)' from The Suburbs comes courtesy of everyone's favourite pair of Belgian knob-twiddlers
Public Image Ltd - 'One Drop EP' 12" £6.99
If another month waiting for new material from John Lydon's other band is too much to bear after 20 years, then this four-track teaser of songs from the upcoming This is PiL should help the time fly by.
Kate Bush - 'Lake Tahoe' 10" (£9.99)
Kate Bush's second album of 2011 gave us 50 Words For Snow and seven brand-new songs, with this track being one of its many standouts.
Patti Smith - 'Hey Joe/Piss Factory' 7" (£6.49)
Due to accidents of birth and geography, not everyone would have been able to buy Patti Smith's landmark debut single back in 1974. Here's your chance to make amends for that.
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