This week’s releases: October 8 2007

Albums and singles released in the UK today

The Sex Pistols re-release ’God Save The Queen’ today (October 8).

NME.COM is campaigning to send the record to Number One after it was cheated out of the top spot back in 1977.

’God Save The Queen’ was denied its rightful place at Number One because the authorities feared the punk anthem would spoil the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebrations 30 years ago.

We want to right that wrong by encouraging everyone to buy the record from today.

Either head down to your local record shop today or pre-order it now from 7digital.com/nme.

The Hives also release their new single ’Tick Tick Boom’ today.

On the albums front Jack Penate releases ’Matinee’ and Sugababes‘ new album ’Change’ comes out.

Album releases :

Jack Penate – ‘Matinee’

Sugababes – ‘Change’

Pet Shop Boys – ‘Disco 4’

Ed Harcourt – ‘Until Tomorrow Then’

Band Of Horses – ‘Cease To Begin’

Colbie Caillat – ‘Coco’

The Fiery Furnaces – ‘Widow City’

Jennifer Lopez – ‘Brave’

Single releases:

Sex Pistols – ‘God Save The Queen’

Metronomy – ‘Radio Ladio Need Now Future’

The Hives – ‘Tick Tick Boom’

Nine Black Alps – ‘Bitter End’

Dave Gahan – ‘Kingdom’

Natasha Bedingfield – ‘Say It Again’