This Week’s New Music Releases: September 26 2011

Blink-182, Nirvana and You Me At Six all have new stuff out

Blink-182 release their long-awaited comeback album ‘Neighborhoods’ today (September 26) in a busy week for new releases.

Nirvana‘s ‘Nevermind’ is also re-released today, with a bonus CD full of extras and unreleased material to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

There is also a new solo album out from Suede frontman Brett Anderson, a debut solo LP from Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts and new albums out from Death In Vegas, Mastodon, Zola Jesus and James Morrison.


You Me At Six preview their third album ‘Sinners Never Sleep’ with their new single ‘Loverboy’ today, while there are also new tracks out from Skylar Grey, Jennifer Lopez and Viva Brother.

Singles released this week:

All The Young – ‘Quiet Night In’
Jennifer Lopez – ‘Papi’
Ronika – ‘Only Only’/’In The City’
Skylar Grey – ‘Invisible’
Sugababes – ‘Freedom’
Viva Brother – ‘Time Machine’
You Me At Six – ‘Loverboy’

Albums released this week:

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa – ‘Don’t Explain’
Blink-182 – ‘Neighborhoods’
Brett Anderson – ‘Black Rainbows’
Death In Vegas – ‘Trans-Love Energies’
Dum Dum Girls – ‘Only In Dreams’
Evile – ‘Five Serpent’s Teeth’
Frankmusik – ‘Do It In The Am’
James Morrison – ‘The Awakening’
Jason Derulo – ‘Future History’
J.Cole – ‘The Cole World: The Sideline Story’
Kai Fish – ‘Life In Monochrome’
LeAnn Rimes – ‘Lady And Gentleman’
Machine Head – ‘Unto The Locust’
Marcus Foster – ‘Nameless Path’
Mastodon – ‘The Hunter’
Misfits – ‘Devil’s Rain’
Nicola Roberts – ‘Cinderella’s Eyes’
Nirvana – ‘Nevermind’ (Re-released version)
Switchfoot – ‘Vice Verses’
Wilco – ‘The Whole Love’
Zola Jesus – ‘Conatus’