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Susan Boyle And Il Divo Kick Off This Week’s New Releases

by Andrew Tijs on November 4, 2011

in New Music,News

Susan Boyle, Il Divo, Powderfinger, a Twilight soundtrack and more lead an odd week in new releases.

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Today Susan Boyle offers her third album Someone To Watch Over Me and Il Divo have their new album Wicked Game.

There’s a new soundtrack for the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, featuring Bruno Mars, Christina Perri, Angus & Julia Stone, Iron & Wine, Theophilis London, The Joy Formidable and more.

Powderfinger deliver their new Best Of Footprints, and alt-rock legends Underground Lovers have their retrospective Wonderful Things And Everybody’s Favourite.

triplej have the seventh installment of their all-star covers albums Like A Version, and then there’s the Wiggles tribute album Rewiggled along for the ride.

Melbourne post-hardcore act The Getaway Plan put out their comeback album Requiem and Florida emo pop act Yellowcard have When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes.

Country star Miranda Lambert has devastatingly cleverly-titled fourth record Four The Record.

There’s also filmmaker David Lynch’s solo debut Crazy Clown Time.

US indie superduo Atlas Sound (Deerhunter, Animal Collective) release Parallax, British indie-pop act Veronica Falls offer their self-titled debut, and Kele from Bloc Party has his second solo outing Hunter.

In the metal realm, we have Balls Out from jokers Steel Panther and metal supergroup Vallenfyre (My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, At The Gates) offer A Fragile King.

Damien Rice collaborator Lisa Hannigan delivers Passenger, with guest vocals from Ray LaMontagne. And local singer-songwriter Thomas Calder has released Bleeders under the moniker The Trouble With Templeton.

Sigur Ros’ new live DVD Inni also comes out today.

There are Greatest Hits packages from Tony Bennett, NKOTB, Blake Shelton, R. Kelly, Pink Floyd, Dusty Springfield, and more.

And, finally, a slew of Paul Simon remasters.

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