UK rockers Band Of Skulls lead a very quiet week in new releases.
Southampton alt-rockers Band Of Skulls deliver their second album Sweet Sour this week.
It’s a very quiet day for new stuff. There are soundtracks for Oscar-nominated films The Artist and The Descendants.
Young British soul singer (and Adele support) Michael Kiwanuka delivers his debut album Home Again, and Malawi/UK jazz vocalist Malia has her fourth album Black Orchid.
Melodic romantics James Levy And The Blood Red Rose offer Pray To Be Free, produced by Coldplay’s Guy Berryman.
Pennsylvania punks The Menzingers punch out their third album On The Impossible Past.
UK classical orchestra and choir The Sixteen offer A New Heaven and A Mother’s Love – Music For Mary.
There’s a Stereophonics Best Of titled Decade In The Sun. There also seems to be some kind of soundtrack to Zhu Zhu Pets: Quest For Zhu, which parents may know something about.
No doubt the only albums anyone care about buying this week are by Whitney Houston, and it looks like her Ultimate Collection has been re-released today as well.