This Week's New Music Releases: November 7 2011

The new 'Twilight' soundtrack and new albums from Sigur Ros and Cher Lloyd are released today

This Week's New Music Releases: November 7 2011
The official soundtrack to The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 1) is released today (November 7) in a quiet week for new releases. The soundtrack features The Joy Formidable, Iron & Wine and Bruno Mars as well as a host of other artists.

There are also new albums out from Cher Lloyd, Deaf Havana, Four Year Strong and Laura Veirs.

The Wombats release their latest single '1996' today, while there are also new tracks out from Cage The Elephant, Manic Street Preachers and The Kooks.

Singles released today:

Chris Brown – 'She Ain't You'
Cage The Elephant – 'Aberdeen'
Loick Essien – 'Me Without You'
Jessie J – 'Who You Are'
JLS – 'Take A Chance On Me'
Kele – 'The Hunter EP'
The Kooks – 'Junk Of The Heart'
Little Boots - 'Shake'
Manic Street Preachers – 'This Is The Day'
Maverick Sabre – 'I Need'
Pixie Lott – 'What Do You Take Me For?'
Sunday Girl – 'Love You More'
Tinchy Stryder – 'Off The Record'
The Wombats – '1996'


Albums released today:

Animals As Leaders – 'Weightless'
As I Lay Dying – 'Deccas'
Birdy – 'Birdy'
Brian Eno – 'Panic Of Looking'
Bruce Forsyth – 'These Are My Favourites'
Cass McCombs – 'Humour Risk'
Cher Lloyd – 'Sticks + Stones'
David Lynch – 'Crazy Clown Time'
Deaf Havana – 'Fools And Worthless Liars'
Disturbed – 'The Lost Children'
DRC Music – 'Kinshasa One Two'
Four Year Strong – 'In Some Way, Shape Or Form'
Laura Veirs – 'Tumble Bee'
La Dispute – 'Wildlife'
Oneohtrix Point Never – 'Replica'
Russian Circles – 'Empros'
Sigur Ros – 'Inni'
Sound Of Arrows – 'Voyage'
Susan Boyle – 'Someone To Watch Over Me'
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 1) Official Soundtrack
The Wanted – 'Battleground'


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