Massive UK boyband One Direction launch a week of superstar live DVDs and reworkings.
Wildly-popular Brits One Direction released their debut album Up All Night today, which should be huge since their debut single ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ is currently over 25 million views on YouTube.
Lady Gaga has a remix album of Born This Way and a DVD Monster’s Ball Tour At Madison Square Gardens.
There is also Kylie’s CD/DVD of Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour, and live DVDs of Speak Now World Tour from Taylor Swift, Adele’s Live At Royal Albert Hall, Britney’s Femme Fatale Tour, Susan Boyle’s An Unlikely Superstar, Il Divo’s Live In London and Andre Rieu’s Christmas I Love.
There’s the Gorillaz singles collection, a Westlife Greatest Hits, and the Cirque de Soliel re-imagining of Michael Jackson songs titled Immortal.
Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell releases his live collection called Songbook.
Pop-rockers Hot Chelle Rae deliver their new record Whatever, the latest Punk Goes Pop compilation is out, and UK metalcore unit Asking Alexandra release a remix album called Stepped Up And Scratched.
Melbourne triplej indie-pop darlings Snakadaktal release their self-titled debut, Alabama underground rapper Yelawolf delivers his first proper album, Radioactive, and there’s a new Bush album (yeah, remember Bush?) called Sea Of Memories hit shelves.
And finally, we have a soundtrack for Puss In Boots, one for the new Muppets movie and a Rockwiz Christmas album.