This Week’s Releases: 24 September 2007

Albums and singles released in the UK today

Today (September 24) sees the return of the swaggering Ian Brown in the form of new album ‘The World Is Yours’, and the the ever-wistful Devendra Banhart, with his latest record ‘Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon’.

The albums chart also sees a return to the spotlight for Fatboy Slim with his back catalogue of tracks ‘Greatest Hits Remixed’, Foo Fighters with ‘Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace’ and PJ Harvey with ‘White Chalk’.

Meanwhile, on the singles front Stereophonics make their claim for the Top 40 crown with their single ‘It Means Nothing’.

This week’s singles chart also sees releases by the likes of Sugarbabes with ‘About You Now’ and Funeral For A Friend with ‘The Great Wide Open’.

Album Releases:

Foo Fighters – ‘Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace’

PJ Harvey – ‘White Chalk’

Ian Brown – ‘The World Is Yours’

Devendra Banhart – ‘Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon’

Jose Gonzalez – ‘In Our Nature’

Levy – ‘Glorious’

Fatboy Slim – ‘Greatest Hits Remixed’

Jamelia – ‘Superstar’

Ali Love – ‘Love Music’

Future Of The Left – ‘Curses’

LeAnn Rimes – ‘Family’

Keyishia Cole – ‘Just Like Me’

Puressence – ‘Don’t Forget To Remember’

Iron & Wine – ‘Shepherd’s Dog’

Single Releases:

Stereophonics – ‘It Means Nothing’

Sugarbabes – ‘About You Now’

Funeral For A Friend – ‘The Great Wide Open’

Gabrielle – ‘Why’

Kyte – ‘Planet’

Annie Lennox – ‘Dark Road’

Katie Melua – ‘If You Were A Sailboat’

T-Pain – ‘Bartender’

LeAnn Rimes – ‘Nothin’ Better To Do’

Cherry Ghost – ‘4:00 AM’

Shayne Ward – ‘No U Hang Up/If That’s OK With You’

Enrique Inglesias – ‘Tired Of Being Sorry’