This week's new music releases: September 17 2012

The Killers, Kanye West, Pink and No Doubt all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: September 17 2012
The Killers release their fourth studio album 'Battle Born' in a busy week for new releases.

Kanye West debuts his new compilation album 'Cruel Summer', which features tracks from all the artists signed to his label G.O.O.D Music.

Pink also puts out her new album 'The Truth About Love', while Band Of Horses also return with their new record 'Mirage Rock'.

As well as this, there are new albums out from Carly Rae Jepsen, We Are The Ocean, Dinosaur Jr, Skunk Anansie, Nelly Furtado, Title Fight and Grizzly Bear.

No Doubt preview their new album 'Push And Shove' today with their new single 'Settle Down', while there are also new tracks out from Example, Ladyhawke and The Maccabees.

Singles released today:

Best Friends – 'Surf Bitches'
Example – 'Say Nothing'
Ladyhawke – 'Blue Eyes'
Lianne La Havas – 'Forget'
The Maccabees – 'Ayla'
Michael Jackson feat. Pitbull – 'Bad'
Night Trains – 'No More Heroes'
No Doubt – 'Settle Down'
Pitbull feat. Shakira – 'Get It Started'


Albums released today:

Aimee Mann – 'Charmer'
Band Of Horses – 'Mirage Rock'
Carly Rae Jepsen – 'Kiss'
Danko Jones – 'Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue'
Devil Sold His Soul – 'Empire Of Light'
Dinosaur Jr – 'I Bet On Sky'
Down – 'Down IV Part One – The Purple EP'
The Gathering – 'Disclosure'
Grizzly Bear – Shields'
The Hello Sequence – 'Negotiations'
How To Dress Well – 'Total Loss'
James Walsh – 'Lullaby'
Jim Noir – 'Jimmy's Show'
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – 'Meat And Bone'
The Killers – 'Battle Born'
Lynyrd Skynyrd – 'Last Of A Dyin' Breed'
Mala – 'Mala In Cuba'
Marillion – 'Sounds That Can't Be Made'
Markus Schulz – 'Scream'
Nelly Furtado – 'The Spirit Indestructible'
Pink – 'The Truth About Love'
The Presets – 'Pacifica'
Rachel Sermanni – 'Under Mountains'
Richie Sambora – 'The Aftermath Of The Lowdown'
Rival Sons – 'Head Down'
Ryan Bingham – 'Tomorrowland'
Sandi Thom – 'Flesh And Blood'
Sic Alps – '12'
Skunk Anansie – 'Black Traffic'
Thee Oh Sees – 'Putrifiers II'
Title Fight – 'Floral Green'
We Are The Ocean – 'Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow'
Winterfylleth – 'The Threnody Of Triumph'
Various Artists – 'G.O.O.D Music – Cruel Summer'
Vision Of Disorder – 'The Cursed Remain Cursed'

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