Updated September 13

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Note: Complete updates are posted on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lighter updates on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.


September 14

Active Bird Community

Amends (Brooklyn quartet; first single: "Unwind With Me")

Asleep At The Wheel

New Routes (guests: Seth and Scott Avett; first single: "Jack I'm Mellow")

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall

Love Is Here to Stay (with the Bill Charlap Trio; first single: "Fascinating Rhythm")

Brant Bjork

Mankind Woman (drummer and founder of Kyuss; producer: Bjork)

Cedric Burnside

Benton County Relic (grandson of legendary bluesman R.L. Burnside; (first single: "We Made It")


Born To Wake Up (Sedona, Ariz., singer-songwriter; first single: "Burnin' Grass")

The Doors

Waiting For The Sun (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (1968 album; remastered from the original master tapes by Doors' longtime engineer/mixer Bruce Botnick, with a second CD of nine unreleased rough mixes and five live songs from a 1968 Copenhagen show)

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa (Complete Edition) (expanded version of her 2017 debut album, featuring "Electricity," a new collaboration with Silk City, aka Mark Ronson and Diplo," and new track "Kiss and Make Up" with K-pop superstars BLACKPINK)

Alejandro Escovedo

The Crossing (recorded in northern Italy, with co-writer Don Antonio Gramentieri's band of Italian musicians; it's described as "a concept album drawing the story of two young immigrants to the U.S., who bond over a mutual love of punk rock as they struggle with the racism and discrimination as immigrant")

Steve Forbert

The Magic Tree (featuring songs gleaned from previously recorded acoustic demos with new backing tracks; released on the same day is his new memoir, "Big City Cat: My Life in Folk-Rock"; first single: "That'd Be Alright")

Jonathan Scales Fourchestra

Pillar {digital} (guests: Béla Fleck, Oteil Burbridge, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin, etc.; new single: "The Trap")

Good Charlotte

Generation Rx (first single: "Actual Pain")

David Guetta

7 (27 songs; guests: Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Jess Glynne, Lil Uzi Vert, Sia, Jason Derulo, G-Eazy, J Balvin, Anne-Marie, Bebe Rexha, etc.; CD, out Sept. 28)

The Guess Who

The Future IS What It Used To Be (drummer Garry Peterson is the original member; guests: Tommy Shaw, former Guess Who member Jim Kale, Brent Fitz, Michael Devin; first single: "Playin' on the Radio")

Tori Kelly

Hiding Place (guests: Kirk Franklin, The HamilTones, Jonathan McReynolds; new single: "Never Alone")


Double Negative (producer: B.J. Burton)

Lyrics Born

Quite A Life {digital} (guests: Aloe Blacc, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Gift of Gab, Galactic, Chali 2na, Forrest Day, etc.; new single: "Is It Worth It?")

Medeski Martin & Wood with Alarm Will Sound

Omnisphere (recorded live at The Newman Center in Denver in February 2015; first single: "End of the World Party")

Monster Truck

True Rockers (producers: Dan Weller, Gavin Brown, Maia Davies; guest: Dee Snider; first single: "Evolution")

Willie Nelson

My Way (an album of standards and classics made famous by Frank Sinatra; producers: Buddy Cannon, Matt Rollings; guest: Norah Jones)


Monsters Exist (first single: "Tiny Foldable Cities")

Steven Page

Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II {digital} (formerly of Barenaked Ladies; first single: "White Noise")

Anna Popovic

Like It On Top (producer: Keb' Mo'; guests: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Robben Ford, Keb' Mo'; first single: "Like It On Top")

Richard Thompson

13 Rivers (his 19th solo album was recorded 100-percent analog in 10 days at Boulevard Recording Studio in Los Angeles; producer: Thompson)


Palms (producers: Thrice, Eric Palmquist; mixed by John Congleton; first single: "The Grey")


Pieces of Me (her 10th album; new single: "Beautiful")

Twisted Sister

You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll (1983 debut album; remastered, with three extra studio tracks, plus the bonus disc "Live at the Marquee 1983)

Carrie Underwood

Cry Pretty (producers: Underwood, David Garcia; first single: "Cry Pretty")

Uriah Heep

Living The Dream (producer: Jay Ruston; first single: "Grazed by Heaven")

Loudon Wainwright III

Years in the Making (two-CD, 42-song compilation of album cuts, live recordings, radio appearances, home demos, etc., in a 60-page hardbound book)

Paul Weller

True Meanings (guests: Rod Argent, Noel Gallagher, Lucy Rose, Tom Doyle; first single: "Aspects")

Ann Wilson

Immortal (a collection of songs by artists who have died in the past few years, including Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Chris Cornell, Lesley Gore and Amy Winehouse; producer: original Heart producer Mike Flicker)

September 21

Lauren Balthrop

This Time Around (producer: Josh Kaufman; first single: "Down")

Mandy Barnett

Strange Conversation

The Blinders

Columbia (British trio; producer: Gavin Monaghan; first single: "L'etat C'est Moi")

Joe Bonamassa

Redemption (producer: Kevin Shirley)

Christine and the Queens

Chris (guest: Dâm-Funk; new single: "Doesn't matter")


Book of Bad Decisions (producer: Vance Powell; first single: "Gimme the Keys")

Electric Light Orchestra

The UK Singles Volume One 1972-1978 [Vinyl] *import* (collector's box set includes reproductions of 15 ELO original singles and B-sides, plus "The ELO EP," on 7-inch black vinyl)

Ashleigh Flynn & The Riveters

Ashleigh Flynn & The Riveters (producer: Chris Funk)

Billy F Gibbons

The Big Bad Blues (ZZ Top guitarist-vocalist; a collection of original songs, plus covers of some classic blues covers, including Muddy Waters' "Rollin' and Tumblin'" and "Standing Around Crying"; producers: Gibbons, Joe Hardy; first single: "Rollin' and Tumblin'")

Jess Glynne

Always In Between (first single: "I'll Be There"; Digital Deluxe Edition, with four bonus tracks)

Macy Gray

Ruby (first single: "Sugar Daddy," co-written with Meghan Trainor, Bianca "Blush" Atterberry, Tommy "TB Hits" Brown and Thomas Lumpkins)

Helene Grimaud


Josh Groban

Bridges (producers: Bernie Herms, Toby Gad, Steve Jordan, Dan Huff, etc.; new single: "Granted"; Deluxe Edition, with two bonus tracks)

Hardcore Superstar

You Can't Kill My Rock 'n Roll (new single: "Electric Rider")

Amy Helm

This Too Shall Light (producer: Joe Henry; first single: "This Too Shall Light")

Human Touch

Promise Not To Fall {digital} (Portland electro-pop singer-producer Natalia Rogovin; new single: "Living Young")

Jean Michel Jarre

Planet Jarre: 50 Years Of Music *import* {Vinyl}

The London Suede

The Blue Hour (producer: Alan Moulder)


Live In Glasgow (1993 album; remastered)


Total Assault: 50th Anniversary Collection [Vinyl] (triple vinyl box set features "Kick Out the Jams" on red vinyl, "Back in the USA" on white vinyl and "High Time" on blue vinyl)

Nashville Pussy

Pleased to Eat You (first single: "We Want a War")

Graham Parker

Cloud Symbols (recorded with the Goldtops and the Rumour Brass; first single: "Every Saturday Nite")


Piano & A Microphone 1983 (nine previously unheard songs recorded at his home studio while he was putting together "Purple Rain")


Road To Ruin (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (1978 album; remastered; three-CD, one-LP box set contains two different mixes of the album, unissued rough mixes for every album track, and an unreleased 1979 concert recording in New York, packaged in a 12 x 12 hardcover book)

St. Lucia

Hyperion (Brooklyn indie-pop group; producer: Rob Kirwan; mixed by Dave Sardy; first single: "Walking Away")

Sha La Das

Love in the Wind (family soul act featuring members of The Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley and Menahan Street Band; producer: Thomas Brenneck; first single: "Open My Eyes")

Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators

Living The Dream (producer: Michael "Elvis" Baskette)


Christmas Passion (composer Stephen Melillo; producer: Melillo, with assistance from Aeone, Jeff Silverman, Armand Hutton, Ric Schnupp, Rick Ward; guests: Aeone, Adelmo Guidarelli, Armand Hutton, Cindy Hughlett, Jann Klose, Michael Ashby, Erin Hannon; first single: "Angels We Have Heard On High"; out Sept 25)


suck it. (rock band marks its 30th anniversary with its 12th studio album)

Sam Sweeney

The Unfinished Violin (British alt-folk violinist; an album of instrumental music inspired by World War I; first single: "Highland Soldier")

The Textones

Old Stone Gang (the Carla Olson-led band's first album in 31 years, with original member Kathy Valentine guesting on lead guitar on one track)

Various Artists

120 Years of Deutsche Grammophon - The Anniversary Edition (122-CD box set)


The Art of Pretending to Swim (first single: "A Trick of the Light")

Robert Walker's 20th Congress

Spacesuit (first single: "Current Futures")

Jack White

Jack White: Kneeling at The Anthem D.C. {digital} (six-song, Amazon-exclusive EP, recorded May 30 during his Boarding House Reach tour stop in Washington)

September 28

Amber Arcades

European Heartbreak (Dutch-born musician Annelotte De Graaf)

Barenaked Ladies

Stunt (20th Anniversary Edition) (1998 album, featuring "One Week"; remastered, with bonus tracks and a DVD featuring the 1999 documentary "Barenaked in America" about the band's "Stunt" tour directed by longtime fan Jason Priestley)

Jon Batiste

Hollywood Africans (leader of Stay Human, the house band on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"; first single: "Don't Stop")

Beartooth Disease

Disease (Columbus, Ohio, rock quintet; first single: "Disease")

John Butler Trio

Home (producer: Jan Skubiszewski; first single: "Home")


Dancing Queen (10 covers of ABBA hits; producer: Mark Taylor; first single: "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)")

Paul Collins

Out Of My Head (a founding member of The Nerves; first single: "In and Out of My Head")

Phil Collins

Plays Well With Others (four-CD box set of his 59 favorite collaborations since his career began in the late 1960s)

Cypress Hill

Elephants On Acid (their first full-length album in eight years; producer: DJ Muggs; new single: "Band of Gypsies")

Aretha Franklin

The Atlantic Singles Collection 1967-1970 (two CDs, 34 songs)

The House Of Love

The House of Love (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (1998 album; remastered, with two CDs of rarities and previously unreleased bonus material)

Billy Idol

Vital Idol: Revitalized (1987 remix collection is revisited, with new remixes by Moby, The Crystal Method, Paul Oakenfold, RAC, Tropkillaz, Shiba San, Juan Maclean and CRAY)

The Joy Formidable

AAARTH (new single: "The Wrong Side")

The Living End

Wunderbar (producer: Tobias Kuhn; first single: "Don't Lose It")

Loretta Lynn

Wouldn't It Be Great (recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tenn.; producers: Patsy Lynn Russell, John Carter Cash; first single: "Wouldn't It Be Great?")


Digital Garbage (their first album in five years; first single: "Paranoid Core")

Marissa Nadler

For My Crimes (producers: Nadler, Lawrence Rothman, Justin Raisen; guests: Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olson, Kristin Kontrol, Patty Schemel, Mary Lattimore; new single: "For My Crimes")

Matt Nathanson

Sings His Sad Heart {digital} (first single: "Way Way Back"; CD, out Oct. 5)

Tom Petty

An American Treasure (four-CD, 60-song box set of rare and previously unreleased material; first single: "Keep a Little Soul [Outtake, 1982]")

Sam Phillips

World on Sticks (her first new album in five years; first single: "How Much Is Enough")

Pink Floyd

A Foot in the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd [Vinyl] (2016 compilation; 180-gram heavyweight vinyl)


Come On Pilgrim … It's Surfer Rosa (30th anniversary deluxe edition of their 1987 debut EP and 1988 album, with the bonus 1986 radio concert "Live From The Fallout Shelter")

Amy Ray

Holler (member of Indigo Girls; guests: Vince Gill, Brandi Carlile, Justin Vernon, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Rutha Mae Harris of The Freedom Singers, etc.; first single: "Sure Feels Good Anyway")



Nile Rodgers & Chic

It's About Time (new single: "Till the World Falls," feat. Vic Mensa, Mura Masa and Cosha)


Young Romance (guest: Washed Out; first single: "Under the Sun")

Rod Stewart

Blood Red Roses (his 30th album; producers: Stewart, Kevin Savigar; guest: Bridget Cady; first single: "Didn't It")

Joe Strummer

Joe Strummer 001 (two-CD, 32-song compilation of his post-Clash material, including 12 previously unreleased tracks; Amazon UK; Deluxe Edition, with 64-page notebook featuring handwritten lyrics, notes, drawings, personal biographies and photographs from Strummer's archive; Deluxe Box Set, containing two CDs, three vinyl LPs, hardback book, 12-inch single of "U.S. North," 7-inch singles of "This Is England" and "Before We Go Forward," a cassette of "U.S. North," etc.)

Linda Thompson

My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On the Stage (largely recorded in May 2005, this album celebrates the comedy, theatrical and popular songs that made up the English music hall music of the 18th and 19th centuries; guests: Teddy Thompson, Colin Firth, Martha Wainwright, Jools Holland, Justin Vivian Bond, John Foreman, Cara Dillon, etc.)

Various Artists

Come See About Me: A Benefit for The IBMA Trust Fund {digital} (producer: Doyle Lawson; contributors: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Donna Ulisse, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, The Grascals, Sideline, Lonesome River Band, Balsam Range, Chris Jones & The Night Drivers, Love Canon; first single: "Come See About Me")

Tony Joe White

Bad Mouthin' (on his 20th album, the "Polk Salad Annie" singer covers some blues classics, along with never-before-released self-penned songs; producer: son Jody White; first single: "Bad Mouthin'")

October 5

Black Peaks

All That Divides {digital} (Brighton quartet; producer: Adrian Bushby; new single: "Electric Fires")

Doyle Bramhall II

Shades (guests: Eric Clapton, Norah Jones, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Greyhounds; first single: "Everything You Need")

Lindsey Buckingham

Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham (three-CD collection)

Molly Burch

First Flower (first single: "Wild")

Cat Power

Wanderer (her first album in six years; producer: Chan Marshall, aka Cat Power; guest: Lana Del Rey; first single: "Wanderer")

Eric Church

Desperate Man (producer: Jay Joyce; first single: "Desperate Man")

Coheed and Cambria

The Unheavenly Creatures (producers: Coheed and Cambria)

Colin Devlin

High Point (Dublin-born, L.A.-based songwriter, of The Devlins; producer: Pierre Marchand; first single: "High Point")

Echo & The Bunnymen

The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon (producers: Echo & The Bunnymen, Youth, Andrea Wright; first single: "The Stars")


Burn the Ships (new single: "Pioneers")

Fucked Up

Dose Your Dreams (their first album in four years; first single: "Raise Your Voice Joyce")

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, et al

A Star Is Born Soundtrack (remake opens Oct. 5; Target-Exclusive CD, with poster)

Jackie Greene

The Modern Lives - Vol 2 (Americana/roots singer-songwriter and former Black Crowes guitarist; six-song EP; first single: "Crazy Comes Easy")

Hilary Hahn

Hilary Hahn Plays Bach: Violin Sonatas Nos. 1 & 2, Partita No. 1

Kristin Hersh

Possible Dust Clouds (first single: "No Shade In Shadow")

Will Hoge

My American Dream (first singles: "Gilded Walls" and "Thoughts & Prayers")

Eric Hutchinson & The Believers

Modern Happiness (new single:;"New Religion")

Jim James

Uniform Clarity

Madeline Kenney

Perfect Shapes (producer: Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner; first single: "Cut Me Off")

The Marcus King Band

Carolina Confessions (producer: Dave Cobb)

John Lennon

Imagine (The Ultimate Collection) (expanded edition of the 1971 album; available in Super Deluxe Edition, two-CD Deluxe Edition, two-LP Vinyl Edition)

Michael Martin Murphey

Austinology - Alleys of Austin (guests: Willie Nelson, Jerry Jeff Walker, Lyle Lovett, Amy Grant, Steve Earle, Kelly Willis, etc.)

Matt Nathanson

Sings His Sad Heart (first single: "Way Way Back"; released digitally last week)

Steve Perry

Traces (his first solo album since 1994 includes a cover of The Beatles' "I Need You"; producers: Perry, Thom Flowers; first single: "No Erasin'"; Target-Exclusive CD, with five extra songs)

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Poor Until Payday


C'est La Vie (producer: frontman Matthew Houck; first single: "New Birth in New England")

Missy Raines

Royal Traveller (producer: Alison Brown; guests: Amy Ray, Claire Lynch, 10 String Symphony, Stuart Duncan, Molly Tuttle, Sierra Hull, Becky Buller, Ethan Ballinger, Bryan McDowell, etc.; first single: "Swept Away")

Tall Heights

Pretty Colors For Your Action (producers: Oliver Hill, Steve Wall)

Tokyo Police Club

TPC (first single: "Hercules")

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

The Christmas Attic (20th Anniversary Edition (1998 album; with a bonus track, "Christmas Jam / Live In Prague")

KT Tunstall

Wax (producer: Franz Ferdinand's Nick McCarthy; first single: "The River")

Twenty One Pilots

TRENCH (first singles: "Jumpsuit / Nico and the Niners")

Various Artists

WOW Hits 2019 (Deluxe Edition) (36 songs)

Ward Thomas

Restless Minds (24-year-old British country-music twins; producers: Martin Terefe, Joe Rubel; first single: "Lie Like Me")


Eternal Return (Richmond, VA-based psych-rock quartet; producer: Jack Endino; first single: "Grey Garden")

You Me At Six

VI (producer: Dan Austin; first single: "3AM")

October 12


In Our Wake (first single: "In Our Wake"; Target-Exclusive CD, with two extra songs)



Blues Traveler

Hurry Up & Hang Around (producer: Matt Rollings; first single: "Accelerated Nation")

Bottle Rockets

Bit Logic (producer: Eric "Roscoe" Ambel; first single: "Bit Logic")

David Bowie

Loving the Alien [1983-1988] *import* (11-CD box set)


Voices & Images: 30th Anniversary Edition (1987 album, repackaged, limited edition reissue featuring deleted remixes, rare versions and B-sides)

A Certain Ratio

acr:set (17-song, career-spanning compilation, featuring new track "Dirty Boy" with Barry Adamson)

City Of Thieves

Beast Reality (first single: "Buzzed Up City")

Eric Clapton

Happy Xmas (his first holiday album includes a new original song, "For Love On Christmas Day")

Cocteau Twins

Treasure Hiding: The Fontana Years (four-CD box set includes the albums "Four-Calendar Café" and "Milk & Kisses," with three EPs, B-sides and BBC Radio One performances)

Elvis Costello & The Imposters

Look Now (new singles: "Under Lime" and "Unwanted Number")

Matthew Dear

Bunny (his first album in six years; producer: Dear; guests: Tegan and Sara)

Morgan Evans

Things That We Drink To (Australian country star; guest: wife Kelsea Ballerini)

Bobbie Gentry

The Girl From Chickasaw County: The Complete Capitol Masters (eight-CD box set includes her six studio LPs, her 1968 album with Glen Campbell, plus more than 75 previously unreleased tracks, including her "lost" jazz album)

John Hiatt

The Eclipse Sessions (producer: Kevin McKendree, and engineered by McKendree's 16-year-old son Yates; features Hiatt's longtime drummer Kenneth Blevins and bassist Patrick O'Hearn; first single: "Cry to Me")

Engelbert Humperdinck

Warmest Christmas Wishes

Paul Kelly

Nature (his 24th album; first single: "With the One I Love")

Tom Morello

The Atlas Underground (guests: Big Boi, Portugal. The Man, Steve Aoki, Marcus Mumford, Pretty Lights, Gary Clark Jr., GZA, Vic Mensa, etc.; first single: "We Don't Need You")


Tattooed On My Brain (13 new original songs)

Tom Odell

Jubilee Road (guest: Alice Merton; first single: "If You Wanna Love Somebody")

Primal Scream

Give Out But Don't Give Up: The Original Memphis Recordings (recorded in 1993 with producer Tom Dowd and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section of David Hood and Roger Hawkins at Ardent Studios in Memphis but re-recorded a year later with producer George Drakoulias; with 15 Ardent outtakes)


Bohemian Rhapsody (The Original Soundtrack) (biographical film, starring Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, opens Oct. 24 in the U.K. and Nov. 2 in the U.S.)

LeAnn Rimes

It's Christmas, Eve (soundtrack to her Hallmark Channel original movie, which premieres on Nov. 10)

Kurt Vile

Bottle It In (first single: "Loading Zones")

Seventh Wonder

Tiara (Swedish progressive metal band led by Kamelot singer Tommy Karevik; producers: Seventh Wonder, Johan Larsson; first single: "Victorious")

Colter Wall

Songs Of The Plains (Canadian singer-songwriter; producer: Dave Cobb; new singles: "Plain to See Plainsman" and "Calgary Round-Up")

October 19

Herb Alpert

Music Volume 3 - Herb Alpert Reimagines the Tijuana Brass (first single: "Wade in the Water")


Helix (first album with new singer Nils Molin; first single: "365")

Richard Ashcroft

Natural Rebel (producers: Ashcroft, Jon Kelly, Emre Ramazanoglu)

The Brother Brothers

Some People I Know (Brooklyn-based Americana duo; first single: "Frankie")

Neneh Cherry

Broken Politics (producer: Four Tet; first single: "Shot Gun Shack")

Cloud Nothings

Last Building Burning (first single: "The Echo of the World")

The Cranberries

Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? (Deluxe Edition) (25th anniversary reissue of their 1993 debut album; remastered at Abbey Road under the supervision of band member Noel Hogan, with a second CD of outtakes, B-sides, their debut EP and early cassette demos; 4-CD Box Set, with 30 unreleased tracks, live tracks from 1991-94 and John Peel and RTE radio sessions, plus postcards, poster, etc.)


Evolution (producer: Kevin Churko; first single: "Are You Ready")

Rachel Eckroth

When It Falls (producer: bassist/husband Tim Lefebvre; guests: Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhall II, Matt Chamberlain, Gary Novak, Sterling Campbell; first single: "Call My Name")

Empress Of

Us (new single: "When I'm With Him")

Ace Frehley

Spaceman (includes a cover of Eddie Money's "I Wanna Go Back"; new single: "Rockin' With the Boys")

Lefty Frizzell

An Article From Life: The Complete Recordings (20-CD, 361-track box set with 264-page hardcover book)

Handsome Jack

Everything's Gonna Be Alright (producer: Ben McLeod; first single: "Keep On")

Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit

Live From the Ryman (recorded during six sold-out shows in 2017; first single: "Cumberland Gap")

Elle King

Shake The Spirit (guest: Cameron Neal; first single: "Good Thing Gone")

Kings Of Spade

Kings Of Spade (rock band formed in Honolulu and now based in L.A.; (producer: Dave Cobb; first single: "Way She Goes")

Minus The Bear

Fair Enough (the Seattle indie rock band's final EP; first single: "Fair Enough")

Yoko Ono

Warzone (on her 20th album, she reimagines 13 of her songs from 1970-2009; first single: "Warzone")


Parallel Universe Blues (first single: "Laughing Man")


Animal (Norwegian jazz-metal trio; producers: Shining, Sean Beavan;new singles: "Animal" and "Everything Dies")

Lindsey Stirling

Warmer in the Winter (Deluxe Edition) (2017 holiday album; with five bonus tracks; Target-Exclusive CD, with two extra songs)


Let There Be Cello

Greta Van Fleet

Anthem of the Peaceful Army (Michigan rock quartet; producers: Marlon Young, Al Sutton, Herschel Boone; new single: "Watching Over")


Unzipped (five-CD, one-DVD collection of unplugged and acoustic-based performances recorded over the past 20-plus years, along with rarities, demos, music videos, etc.)

October 26

The Action

Shadows and Reflections: The Complete Recordings 1964-1968 (1960s mod band, produced by George Martin; four CDs, 86 songs)

Barry Adamson

Memento Mori (Anthology 1978-2018) (17-song compilation)

Francesca Battistelli

Own It (new single: "Royalty")

Andrea Bocelli

(his first album of all-new material in 14 years; producer: Bob Ezrin; first single: "If Only"; Target-Exclusive CD, with two extra songs)

The Browning

Geist {digital} (Kansas City hard rock band; first single: "Carnage")

Dillon Carmichael

Hell On An Angel (nephew of John Michael Montgomery and Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery; producer: Dave Cobb)

Rosanne Cash

She Remembers Everything

The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown (Deluxe Edition (1968 album, featuring "Fire"; remastered and expanded with rare singles, a BBC Radio One season from April 1968, alternate mono mixes and a version of "Nightmare" from the 1968 film "The Committee")

Devour The Day

Signals (first single: "The Censor")

Boy George & Culture Club

Life (their first album in 19 years; first single: "Let Somebody Love You")

Laura Gibson

Goners (producers: Gibson, John Askew; first single: "Tenderness")

Lukas Graham

3 (The Purple Album) (first single: "Love Someone")

Yu Han

Images Of Elsewhere {digital} (Bremen, Germany-based instrumental/ neoclassical artist; four short pieces for sax solo, and all of them in an additional version for sax and other sounds; producer: Juan María Solare; guest: Solare; first single: "Quintaesencia")

Hush Kids

Hush Kids (Jill Andrews and Peter Groenwald; producer: Ian Fitchuk; new single: "What's Your Hurry")

The Kinks

The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (1968 album; remastered; Deluxe Edition, with bonus stereo and mono mixes; Super Deluxe Box Set, with the original LP and CD, plus unreleased bonus material, reproduced 7-inch singles, hardback photo book, etc.)

Mitch Ryder

Christmas (Take a Ride)

Saves The Day

9 (their first album in five years; first single: "Rendezvous")

William Shatner

Shatner Claus: The Christmas Album (guests: Judy Collins, Billy Gibbons Jr., Brad Paisley, Rick Wakeman, Iggy Pop, Todd Rundgren, Elliot Easton, Henry Rollins, Joe Louis Walker)


Alone At Last (first single: "Kind Of Love")

Various Artists

Bach 333 - J.S. Bach: The New Complete Edition (222-CD, one-DVD box set commemorating 333 years since Bach's birth includes 10 hours of new recordings and seven world premieres)

Various Artists

NOW That's What I Call Music! 68

Various Artists

NOW That's What I Call Music! 20th Anniversary (two-CD compilation)

Joe Louis Walker, Bruce Katz and Giles Robson

Journeys to the Heart of the Blues (producers: Walker, Katz and Robson)

November 2

Dead Can Dance

Dionysus (first new album in six years; seven movements representing different facets of the Greek god's myth and his cult; Lisa Gearrard featured on four tracks)

Randy Houser

Magnolia (producers: Houser, Keith Gattis; guests: Hillary Lindsey, Lucie Silvas; new single: "No Stone Unturned")

Richard Lloyd

The Countdown (founding member of Television)


Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic (prog-metal collective; producer: Julien Fehlmann; first single: "Permian: The Great Dying")

The Prodigy

No Tourists (written, produced and mixed over the past year by frontman Liam Howlett in his studio in London's Kings Cross; first single: "Need Some1")

Claire Richards

My Wildest Dreams (former member of Steps; producers: Steve Anderson, Michael Angelo, Jez Ashurst, etc.; first single: "On My Own")

Tenacious D

Post-Apocalypto (guest: Dave Grohl)

November 9

Ace Of Cups

Ace of Cups (the 1960s-era Bay Area all-female rock band's debut studio album; features newly recorded songs written between 1965 and 1969 and new originals written over the past decade; producer: Dan Shea; guests: Bob Weir, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, etc.; first single: "Feel Good")

Charles Bradley

Black Velvet (soul singer died of cancer on Sept. 23, 2017; his fourth and final album; first single: "I Feel a Change")

Kane Brown

Experiment (producer: Dann Huff; new single: "Homesick")

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers

Bought to Rot (first single: "Apocalypse Now [& Later]")

Jethro Tull

This Was (The 50th Anniversary Edition) (remastered three-CD, one-DVD box set includes the original 1968 album with bonus tracks remixed in stereo and 4.1 surround by Steven Wilson, plus live BBC sessions, the original mono mix, etc.)

Larkin Poe

Venom & Faith (producers: Larkin Poe, Roger Alan Nichols; guest: Tyler Bryant; new single: "Bleach Blonde Bottle Blues")

J Mascis

Elastic Days (first single: "See You At the Movies")


Simulation Theory (producers: Muse, Rich Costey, Mike Elizondo, Shellback, Timbaland; new single: "The Dark Side"; Deluxe Edition, with five bonus tracks)

Stephen Pearcy

View To A Thrill (the Ratt lead singer's fifth solo album)

Red Dragon Cartel

Patina (led by former Ozzy Osbourne and Badlands guitarist Jake E. Lee)

November 16


Thank You & Goodnight (their final album, with a final tour; guest songwriters include Ed Sheeran and Gary Barlow; producers: Xenomania's Toby Scott, John Shanks, Goldfingers, Steve Soloman; first single: "I Can Dream," a tribute to late member Stephen Gately)

Catch Fire

Karma Owes Me a Lifetime of Happiness {digital} (Nottingham, UK alt-rock quartet; producer: Bob Cooper; new single: "Petrifaction")


Circles {Vinyl"}(with download card)

Kevin Smith

Silent But Deadly (2018 Showtime standup special)

November 23


The Sound of Music (first single: "The Sound of Music")

Cliff Richard

Rise Up (recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the album addresses his legal battle with the BBC over privacy; it's his first album of new material in 14 years; guests: Olivia Newton-John, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; first single: "Rise Up")

November 30

Light Years

Afterlife (Cleveland pop-punk quartet; roducer: Will Yip; first single: "Back Then")

December 7

Cold War Kids

Cold War Kids


Bring Me The Horizon

amp (producers: singer Oli Sykes, keyboardist Jordan Fish; first single: "Mantra")

Analea Brown

Queendom (guests: Junyer King, Dada Yute; first single: "Turn Up")

Sheryl Crow

Snap (she says this is her final album; producer: Steve Jordan; guests: Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson, Keith Richards, Joe Walsh, etc.)

Lost Under Heaven

Love Hates What You Become (producer: John Congleton; first single: "For the Wild")


The Goat (U.K. trio; producers: Neil Kennedy, Tom Dalgety; first single: "Black Hole")

Say Anything

Oliver Appropriate (frontman Max Bemis says this is the band's final album; first single: "Daze")

Meghan Trainor

Treat Myself (first single: "No Excuses"; Target-Exclusive CD, with bonus tracks)

Dee White

Southern Gentleman (producers: Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson; guest: Ashley McBryde)


Flesh & Blood