The week's releases: June 4

Albums and singles released in the UK today

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Dizzee Rascal and The Twang are set to release their new albums today (June 4).

Former Sugababes singer Mutya Buena is also set to release her solo debut ’Real Girl’, shock rocker Marilyn Manson is set to make his comeback with ’Eat Me, Drink Me and Paul McCartney makes his much anticipated return with ’Memory Almost Full’.

In the singles releases The Chemical Brothers come back with ’Do It Again’ and Arcade Fire release ’Intervention’, the second track lifted from new LP 'Neon Bible'.

Album releases:

Ghosts - ‘The World Is Outside’
Bonde Do Role - ‘Bonde Do Role’
Digitalism - ‘Idealism’
Mutya Buena - ‘Real Girl’
Dizzee Rascal - ‘Maths And English’
Rihanna - ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
The Twang - ‘Love It When I Feel Like This’
Marc Almond - ‘Stardom Road’
Marilyn Manson - ‘Eat Me, Drink Me’
Paul McCartney - ‘Memory Almost Full’
Bruce Springsteen - ‘With The Sessions Band’

Single releases:

The Chemical Brothers - ‘Do It Again’
Arcade Fire - ‘Intervention’
Kelly Clarkson - ‘Never Again’
The Fray - ‘Over My Head Cable Car’
Evanescence - ‘Sweet Sacrifice’
Bob Sinclar - ‘Sound Of Freedom’

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