November 28, 2011 8:00

This Week's New Music Releases: November 28 2011

Gorillaz, Kelly Rowland and Blink-182 all have new stuff out

This Week's New Music Releases: November 28 2011
Gorillaz release their compilation 'Singles Collection: 2001-2011' today (November 28) in a quiet week for new album releases.

Kelly Rowland also drops her new album 'Here I Am' today, alongside new records from The Lemonheads, Asking Alexandria, Olly Murs and the Christmas album from Editors' Tom Smith and former Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows, which is titled 'Funny Looking Angels'.

Blink-182 release their latest single from 'Neighborhoods' today with 'Wishing Well, while there are also new tracks out from The Wombats, Brett Anderson and Patrick Wolf.

Singles released today:

Alphabet Backwards – 'British Explorer'
Brett Anderson – 'Crash About To Happen'
Blink-182 – 'Wishing Well'
Fixers – 'Imperial Goddess Of Mercy EP'
Gotye – 'Easy Way Out'
Ben Howard – 'The Fear'
Jason Derulo – 'Fight For You'
Jay – Z and Kanye West – 'Why I Love You'
King Charles – 'Bam Bam'
Lenny Kravitz – 'Push'
Christina Perri – 'Arms'
Patrick Wolf – 'Together'
The Wombats - '1996'

Albums released today:

Asking Alexandria – 'Stepped Up And Scratched'
Beans On Toast – 'Trying To Tell The Truth'
Burzum – 'From The Depths Of The Darkness'
Gorillaz – 'Singles Collection: 2001-2011'
Hot Chelle Rae – 'Whatever'
Ill Divo – 'Wicked Game'
The Lemonheads – 'Hotel Sessions'
Joe McElderry – 'Classic Christmas'
Kelly Rowland – 'Here I Am'
N-Dubz – 'Greatest Hits'
Olly Murs – 'In Case You Didn't Know'
Smiths & Burrows – 'Funny Looking Angels'
The Unthanks – 'The Songs Of Robert Wyatt And Anthony & The Johnsons'
Venom – 'Fallen Angels'
The Wombles – 'The W Factor'

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