This Week's New Albums: November 10th 2017
Taylor Swift, Walk The Moon, Evanescence and The Corrs are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Taylor Swift - Reputation
It’s been three years since Taylor Swift left her country-pop roots firmly behind in favour of the glossy pop of 1989 and now she’s taking it up a notch with new album Reputation.
The LP, which is the sixth of her career, sees Swift working with hitmaker supreme Max Martin and Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff and taking on a more confrontational style in her lyrics.
The album features hit singles ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ and ‘...Ready For It?’ as well as new cut ‘Gorgeous’.
Walk The Moon - What If Nothing
The pop rockers, best known for their monster hit ‘Shut Up And Dance’, follow-up the album that spawned it with a brand new collection, the third of their career to date.
Produced by Mike Crossey, best known for his work with The 1975, Regina Spektor regular Mike Elizondo and Captain Cuts, the producing arm of psych rockers Grouplove, the album is another mass of big melodies and even bigger choruses.
Evanescence - Synthesis
The hugely successful goth rockers drop their first new music in six years.
Their new album sees the band reworking 11 of their earlier songs, including ‘Bring Me To Life’, ‘My Immortal’ and ‘My Heart Is Broken’, with an orchestral arrangement and electronica music elements, in addition to a series of new songs.
The Corrs - Jupiter Calling
The reunited Irish pop rockers follow up 2015's White Light with a brand new album, this time recorded with country legend T-Bone Burnett. It's the band's seventh LP of their career.
Elton John - Diamonds
Virgin EMI Records
All of the Rocket Man's biggest hits, including 'I'm Still Standing', 'Your Song' and 'Crocodile Rock' are gathered together for this lavish three-disc collection.
Bradley Walsh - When You're Smiling
The entertainer follows up last year's successful debut Chasing Dreams with a brand new collection, this time taking classics from Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Louis Armstrong.
Shane Richie - A Country Soul
The Eastenders man goes country on his debut album, taking on tracks from the likes of Pat Green, Rascal Flatts and The Eagles.
Tears For Fears - Rule the World: The Greatest Hits
Virgin EMI Records
The dark pop icons gather up all their biggest hits for their new collection, including classics like 'Head Over Heels', 'Mad World' and 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World'.
Shed Seven - Instant Pleasures
BMG Rights Management
The reunited Britpop band return this week with their first new album in 16 years.
Seal - Standards
The hugely successful singer takes on tracks from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone and more on this new album of classics standards.
Nick Knowles - Every Kind of People
The TV presenter unveils his debut album, which includes covers of Robert Palmer, John Mayer, Joni Mitchell and The Beatles.
The Dark Element - The Dark Element
One-time Nightwish singer Anette Olzon teams up with former Sonata Arctica man Jani Liimatainen for this new electro-infused orchestral rock project.
Jeff Scott Soto - Retribution
The singer, who has performed live with Journey and Yngwie Malmsteen, unveils his latest solo effort this week.
Cannibal Corpse - Red Before Black
The deathcore veterans roar back with their 14th full-length effort this week.
Sumie - Lost In Light
Bella Union Records
The eccentric singer-songwriter, who combines Scandinavian and Japanese folk music, drops her second LP this week.