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This Week's Releases: May 26 2008

New singles and albums released in the UK this week

Futureheads
The Futureheads release their third album, 'This Is Not The World', today (May 26).

The follow-up to 2006's 'News And Tributes' is the first major release on the group's new label, Nul Records.

Meanwhile, Spiritualized return for the first time in five years with their new album, 'Songs In A&E'. The Pigeon Detectives' second album 'Emergency' also hits the shops.

In the singles stakes The Fratellis release their comeback single 'Mistress Mabel', the first taste of the Scots' forthcoming new album, 'Here We Stand'. Feist, The Long Blondes, Lykke Li and Laura Marling are also set to release tracks today.

Singles released this week:

The Fratellis – 'Mistress Mabel'
Feist – 'I Feel It All'
DJ Disciple featuring Dawn Tallman – 'Work It Out'
Guillemots – 'Falling Out Reach'
Michael Jackson with Akon – 'Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' 2008'
Joe Lean And The Jing Jang Jong – 'Where Do You Go'
The Long Blondes – 'Guilt'
Lykke Li – 'I'm Good, I'm Gone'
Laura Marling – 'Cross Your Fingers'
Alanis Morissette – 'Underneath'
The Presets – 'This Boy's In Love'
Paul Weller – 'Have You Made Up Your Mind?'
Wu Tang Clan – 'The Heart Gently Weeps'
The Young Republic – 'Paper Ships'


Albums released this week:

Born Ruffians – 'Red Yellow & Blue'
Andy Burrows – 'The Colour Of My Dreams'
Cazals – 'What Of Our Future'
Johnny Flynn – 'A Larum'
The Futureheads – 'This Is Not The World'
Ham Sandwich – 'Carry The Meek'
Kids In Glass Houses – 'Smart Casual'
Lil' Mama – 'VYP'
Phantom Planet – 'Raise The Dead'
The Pigeon Detectives – 'Emergency'
Rogue Wave – 'Asleep At Heaven's Gate'
Spiritualized – 'Songs In A&E'
Sandi Thom – 'The Pink & The Lily'
Thank You – 'Terrible Two'
Usher – 'Here I Stand'

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