April 2, 2012 8:00

This week's new music releases: April 2 2012

Nicki Minaj, Lostprophets and Florence And The Machine all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: April 2 2012

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Nicki Minaj releases her long awaited second album 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded' today (April 2) in another busy week for new releases.

Lostprophets also return with their fifth studio album 'Weapons', while there are also new albums out from The Futureheads, Killing Joke, Orbital, Labrinth, All The Young and East 17. Blur's Graham Coxon all returns with his latest solo offering 'A+E'.

Florence And The Machine release their latest single 'Never Let Me Go' today, while there also new tracks out from Steel Panther, Laura Marling, Tribes and Jessie Ware.

Singles released today:

Breathe Carolina – 'Blackout'
Casiokids – 'Kaskaden'
Graham Coxon – 'What'll It Take'
Florence And The Machine – 'Never Let Me Go'
Julian Lennon – 'Guess It Was Me ****'
Laura Marling - 'All My Rage'
The Milk – 'Broke Up The Family'
Olly Murs – 'Oh My Goodness'
Steel Panther – '17 Girls In A Row'
Taylor Swift – 'Safe And Sound'
Tribes – 'Corner Of An English Field'
Jessie Ware – 'Running'


Albums released today:

All The Young – 'Welcome Home'
Amadou & Marian – 'Folia'
Bonnie Raitt – 'Slipstream'
City And Colour – 'Europe Live (2011)'
De La Soul's Plug 1 & Plug 2 – 'First Serve'
Demi Lovato – 'Unbroken'
Dr. John – 'Locked Down'
East 17 – 'Dark Light'
Evans The Death – 'Evans The Death'
The Futureheads – 'Rant'
Graham Coxon – 'A+E'
Hour Of Penance – 'Sedition'
Imperial Leisure – 'Death To The One Trick Pony'
Killing Joke – 'MMXII'
Julia Holter – 'Tragedy'
Labrinth – 'Electronic Earth'
Lostprophets – 'Weapons'
Nicki Minaj – 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded'
Orbital – 'Wonky'
Over Kill – 'The Electric Age'
Paul Van Dyk – 'Evolution'
Rachel Yamagata – 'Chesapeake'
Roxette – 'Travelling'
Seth Lakeman – 'Tales From The Barrelhouse'
Simon Felice – 'Simon Felice'
Swans – 'The Burning Wood'
Tribal Tech – 'X'
Turin Brakes – 'The Optimist Live'
The Wave Pictures – 'Long Black Cars'
Willis Earl Beal – 'Acousmatic Sourcery'
Yppah- 'Eighty One'

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