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Rihanna Leads This Week’s New Releases

by Andrew Tijs on November 18, 2011

in News

Rihanna, Stan Walker, Nickelback, Snow Patrol and more all have new albums out today.

Rihanna. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

While she’s been releasing Loud singles up until presumably yesterday, Rihanna’s new album Talk That Talk is out today.

On the Aussie party tip, we have David Campbell’s ‘80s covers album Let’s Go and Stan Walker’s new party album Let The Music Play and Justice Crew’s album Party Mix.

If you’re more inclined to rock out, Nickelback deliver their new slab of MOR Here And Now, as do Daughtry with Break The Spell.

Bit softer? How about Snow Patrol’s “expansive” new album Fallen Empires, recorded out near Joshua Tree.

Bit more holy? How about Hillsong’s Christian-rock Christmas album Born Is The King? Even more chaste? How about Judith Durham’s retrospective Colours Of My Life.

Smooth Canadian hip-hop superstar Drake delivers his second album Take Care today, despite the leaks.

Perth moody pop buzz-girl Felicity Groom has her debut album Gossamer (featuring guest from Jebediah, Tame Impala and The Kill Devil Hills).

Also, the effortlessly classy retro soul rock of Clairy Baby Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes is captured on their debut Baby Caught The Bus.

Following the sad break-up of R.E.M., we have their retrospective Part Lies Part Heart Part Truth Part Garbage 1982-2011

There’s a mix of tunes from the I Love Techno fest by French dance duo Cassius.

Pop-punkers Four Year Strong have a tougher album now with In Some Way, Shape Or Form and metalcore legends Coalesce re-release their debut Give Them Rope.

There’s also a triple-film and live CD/DVD from Tegan & Sara called Get Along.

And finally, look out for some Rare And Unseen DVDs from Kylie, Ian Dury, and the Stones.


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