December 18, 2006 8:00

This week's releases: 18 December 2006

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This week's releases: 18 December 2006
Neil Young releases his new album 'Living With War: In The Beginning’ today (December 4).

Nas also makes his return in a quiet week for the UK album charts, with his new LP 'Hip-Hop Is Dead'.

On the singles front there's releases from Razorlight, Girls Aloud, Snoop Dogg, Primal Scream and X Factor winner Leona Lewis.

Album releases:

Nas - ‘Hip Hop Is Dead’
Neil Young - ‘Living With War: In The Beginning’


Razorlight – ‘Before I Fall To Pieces’
James Morrison – ‘Pieces Don’t Fit Anymore’
Girls Aloud – ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’
Snoop Dogg – ‘That’s That/Crazy’
Mary J Blige – ‘MJB’
Queen vs The Miami Project – ‘Another One Bites The Dust’
Primal Scream – ‘Sometimes I Feel So Lonely’
Leona Lewis - 'A Moment Like This'
Justin Timberlake – My Love (Dance Mixes)

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