This week's releases: 23 July 2007

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This week's releases: 23 July 2007
This week’s releases sees album releases from Sum 41 and The Thrills.

Sum 41 comeback with ’Underclass Hero’ and The Thrills release ’Teenager’.

Meanwhile Garbage are set to release their best of collection ’Absolute Garbage’.

On the singles front Arcade Fire release ’No Cars Go’, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club release ’Berlin’ and Groove Armada team up with Mutya for the hotly tipped ’Song For Mutya (Out Of Control)’.

Album releases:

The Thrills - ‘Teenager’
GoodBooks - ‘Control’
Sum 41 - ‘Underclass Hero’
Garbage - ‘Absolute Garbage’
Various - ‘Now 67’
Chicane - ‘Somersault’
Grand Drive - ’ Everyone’
Bishop Allen - ‘The Broken String’
K-os - ‘Collected’
ESG - ‘South Bronx Story 2’

Single releases:

Arcade Fire - ‘No Cars Go’
Groove Armade Feat. Mutya - ‘Song For Mutya (Out Of Control)’
Ross Copperman -‘Found You’
Mario -‘ How Do I Breathe’
Korn -‘ Evolution’
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - ‘Berlin’
Gym Class Heroes - ‘Clothes Off’
Timbaland - ‘The Way I Are’
Mika - ‘Big Girl…’

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