This week's new music releases: September 24 2012

Green Day, Mumford & Sons, Deadmau5 and No Doubt all release new albums today

This week's new music releases: September 24 2012
Green Day release the first part of their new album trilogy '¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!' today (September 24), with '¡Uno!' dropping this week.

Mumford & Sons also return with their long-awaited second album 'Babel', which will battle with Green Day for the Number One spot.

No Doubt also release their first album in over a decade with 'Push And Shove', while Deadmau5 also puts out his brand new album '>Album Title Goes Here<'.

As well as this, there are also new albums from Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris, Deacon Blue, Bowling For Soup and Efterklang.

Passion Pit release their new single 'Take A Walk' today, while there are also new tracks out from DJ Shadow, Deaf Havana and Joss Stone.

Singles released today:

Dappy – 'Good Intentions'
Deaf Havana – 'Hunstanton Pier'
DJ Shadow feat. Terry Reid – 'Listen'
Fake Blood – 'Yes/No'
Frightened Rabbit – 'State Hospital EP'
Halestorm – 'I Miss The Misery'
Joss Stone – 'Pillow Talk'
Kindness – 'That's Alright'
Jennifer Lopez feat. Flo Rida – 'Goin' In'
Passion Pit – 'Take A Walk'
Professor Green feat. Sierra Kusterbeck – 'Avalon'
Sneaker Pimps – 'Spin Spin Sugar'

Albums released today:

Bowling For Soup – 'One Big Happy'
Deacon Blue – 'The Hipsters'
Deadmau5 – '>Album Title Goes Here<'
Devin Townsend Project – 'Epicloud'
DJ Shadow – 'Reconstructed: The Best Of DJ Shadow'
Dragonette – 'Bodyparts'
Efterklang – 'Piramida'
Green Day – '¡Uno!'
John Frusciante – 'PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone'
John Hiatt – 'Mystic Pinball'
Lucy Rose – 'Like I Used To'
The Moons – 'Fables Of History'
Mumford & Sons – 'Babel'
No Doubt – 'Push And Shove'
Paul Carrack – 'Good Feeling'
Pride Of Lions – 'Immortal'
Royal Republic – 'Save The Nation'
Steve Harris – 'British Lion'
Ultrasound – 'Play For Today'

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