This week's US releases: 5 June 2007

Albums out in America today

This week's US releases: 5 June 2007
Chris Cornell is set to release his solo effort ’Carry On’ and Daddy Yankee is set to release ’The Cartel: The Big Boss’ today (June 5).

Meanwhile The Long Blondes will finally release their debut ’Someone To Drive You Home’ in the US, and Marilyn Manson will release his new effort ’Eat Me, Drink Me’.

Paul McCartney, fresh from celebrating the 40th anniversary of 'Sgt. Pepper''s release, is also set to return with his new album ’Memory Almost Full’.

Album releases:

Marc Almond - ‘Stardom Road’
Black Strobe - ‘Burn Your Own Church’
Daddy Yankee - ‘The Cartel: The Big Boss’
The Long Blondes - ‘Someone To Take You Home’
Marilyn Manson - ‘Eat Me, Drink Me’
Paul McCartney - ‘Memory Almost Full’
Poison - ‘Poison’d’
Rihanna - ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
Carina Round - ‘Slow Motion Addict’
Shellac - ‘Excellent Italian Greyhound’
Bruce Springsteen - ‘Bruce Springsteen with The Seeger Sessions Band Live In Dublin’
Swizz Beatz - ‘One Man Band Man’
Tiffany - ‘Just Me’
Various Artists - ‘Anchored In Love: A Tribute To June Carter Cash’

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