This Week's New Music Releases: 7 September 2009

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This Week's New Music Releases: 7 September 2009
The Beatles re-release each of their albums today (September 7) in remastered stereo format (along with the original mono versions as an additional package). Jamie T and The Cribs also both unleash their new albums, as do Jet.

It's also a bumper week in the singles charts, as Muse release their comeback single 'Uprising'. They're up against new releases from Xenomania collaborators Mini Viva, Girls, Golden Silvers and The Big Pink.

Albums released today:

Beatles – all studio albums in stereo
The Cribs – 'Ignore The Ignorant'
Frank Turner – 'Poetry Of The Deed'
Jamie T – 'Kings & Queens'
Jet – 'Shaka Rock'
Rodrigo Y Gabriela – '11:11'
Sean Kingston – 'Tomorrow'

Singles released today:

Girls – 'Lust For Life'
Golden Silvers – 'Please Venus'
Mika – 'We Are Golden'
Mini Viva – 'Left My Heart In Tokyo'
Muse – 'Uprising'
The Big Pink – 'Dominos'
U2 – 'I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight'

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