November 18, 2013

This Week’s New Albums: November 18 2013
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This Week’s New Albums: November 18 2013

Robbie Williams – Swings Both Ways

Robbie Williams has a second dab at making a swing-influenced record this week with the release of his new album Swings Both Ways. Featuring duets with Lily Allen, Olly Murs and Michael Buble, the album also sees Williams reuniting with producer Guy Chambers for the first time in a decade.

 

Jake Bugg – Shangri La

Also returning this week is Jake Bugg, who presents his Rick Rubin-produced second record Shangri La. Featuring ‘What Doesn’t Kill You’, the 19-year old has promised a more mature second record, which retains the grit of his debut.

 

JLS – Goodbye – The Greatest Hits

After announcing earlier this year that they were parting ways, JLS round up their career with a ‘Greatest Hits’ package. Including huge hits ‘Beat Again’, ‘One Shot’ and ‘She Makes Wanna’, this is sure to be in lots of stockings this Christmas.

 

Five Finger Death Punch – The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 2

Los Angeles metal monsters Five Finger Death Punch release the second half of their The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell album double-act. Featuring recent single ‘Battle Born’, the album is packed with the band’s trademark steel-plated riffs and chest beating choruses.

 

(What's The Story) Morning Glory
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Official Soundtrack

Coldplay, Ellie Goulding, The National and The Weeknd are all among the artists who contribute new tracks to the soundtrack from the hugely anticipated The Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire

 

Also Out This Week

Choir supreme Gareth Malone also releases a new album Voices which features contributions from the likes of Amber Le Bon, Fyfe Dangerfield and Lianne La Havas. Gabrielle also releases a new ‘Greatest Hits’ package this week with her collection Now And Always: 20 Years Of Dreaming, while Dev Hynes also returns as Blood Orange with a new album titled Cupid Deluxe

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