This week's releases: October 16 2006

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This week's releases: October 16 2006
Badly Drawn Boy and P Diddy make their long awaited return in this week's UK album releases today (October 16).

LA rockers The Blood Arm also unleash their debut 'Lie Lover Lie' and there's an album of rarities from Bright Eyes.

In the singles releases The Ordinary Boys are back with their new single 'Lonely At The Top' plus electro veterans Pet Shop Boys release 'Numb'.

Album releases:

Badly Drawn Boy - ‘Born In The UK’
P Diddy – ‘Press Play’
Squarepusher – ‘Hello Everything’
Various - 'Radio 1's Live Lounge'
Bright Eyes – ‘Noise Floor: Rarities 98-05’
Elvis Presley – ‘Let Yourself Go’
The Blood Arm – ‘Lie Lover Lie’
INXS - ‘Switch’
Clinic – ‘Visitations’
Cradle Of Filth – ‘Thornography’

Single releases:

The Ordinary Boys – ‘Lonely At The Top’
Pet Shop Boys – ‘Numb’
Deftones – ‘Hole In The Earth’
Meat Loaf – ‘It’s All Coming Back To Me Now’
Jamie T – ‘If You Got The Money’
Knife – ‘Like A Pen’
Imogen Heap - ‘Headlock’
Apartment – ’10,000 Times’
The Rifles – ‘Peace & Quiet’
Coolio Feat. Snoop Dog – ‘Gangsta Walk’

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