This week's releases: July 9 2007 Interpol Tickets

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Interpol, The Enemy and The Smashing Pumpkins lead the releases in the UK today (July 9).

You can hear a stream of The Enemy's album and watch Interpol talk about their new record on NME.COM now.

Hotly tipped New Young Pony Club finally release their debut album 'Fantastic Playroom' and the Nick Drake archives are raided for the 'Family Tree' compilation.

On the singles front My Chemical Romance release ’Teenagers’, and NME cover stars Razorlight release 'Hold On'.

Album releases:

The Enemy - 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns'
New Young Pony Club- 'Fantastic Playroom'
Interpol- 'Our Love To Admire'
Cherry Ghost- 'Thirst For Romance'
Nick Drake- 'Family Tree'
Smashing Pumpkins- 'Zeitgeist'
Little Flames- 'The Day Is Not Today'
Spoon- 'Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga'


Single releases:

Roisin Murphy - 'Overpowered’
Kings Of Leon - 'Fans’
Razorlight - 'Hold On’
My Chemical Romance - 'Teenagers'
Garbage - 'Tell Me Where It Hurts'
Funeral For A Friend- 'Walk Away'
Ne-Yo- 'Do You'
Fergie- 'Big Girls Don’t Cry'

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