This Week's New Albums: November 17th 2017
Paloma Faith, Morrissey, Tokio Myers and Green Day are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Morrissey - Low In High School
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The ever-controversial singer returns with his 11th studio album, which includes fiery new track ‘Spent The Day In Bed’.
Produced by Spoon/Jamie Lawson man Joe Chiccarelli, the album features 12 tracks, including the wonderfully titled 'The Girl from Tel-Aviv Who Wouldn't Kneel' and 'Home Is A Question Mark'.
Paloma Faith - The Architect
The big-lunged songstress goes political on her fourth full-length effort, which is the follow-up to 2014’s A Perfect Contradiction.
Inspired by Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On, the album sees Faith collaborating with John Legend, Samuel L. Jackson and political writer Owen Jones, as well as heavyweight production talent like Sia and Starsmith.
Various Artists - Now That's What I Call Music! 98
The 98th edition of the all-conquering compilation features 46 tracks, with three UK Number One singles included, Post Malone's 'Rockstar', Dua Lipa's 'New Rules' and Sam Smith's 'Too Good at Goodbyes'.
Rita Ora, Liam Payne and Marshmello all appear twice, while Khalid features three times.
Tokio Myers - Our Generation
The 2017 Britain's Got Talent champ unveils his debut album, which includes his unique takes on tracks from The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran and Robert Miles.
Green Day - Greatest Hits: God's Favourite Band
The all-conquering pop-punks gather up their biggest hits on this 22-track compilation, with 'Basket Case', 'American Idiot' and 'Welcome To Paradise' all included.
Jeff Lynne's ELO - Wembley Or Bust
Jeff Lynne and his band's sold-out triumph at Wembley Stadium is captured for this new live album and DVD.
Jools Holland & José Feliciano - As You See Me Now
The piano man teams up with Latin legend José Feliciano to cover the likes of Stevie Wonder, Lead Belly and Percy Mayfield on this new 14-track LP.
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Rest
The sultry songstress unveils her first new album in six years, with Paul McCartney, SebastiAn, Owen Pallett, and Connan Mockasin as well as Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo all lending a hand.
Tom Chaplin - Twelve Tales of Christmas
The Keane frontman gets festive on this Christmas album, which features eight new songs as well as covers of Christmas classics from The Pretenders, East 17 and Joni Mitchell.
Iron Maiden - The Book of Souls: Live Chapter
The metal titans recreate their Book Of Souls album in the live arena, with each track recorded in a different location on their hugely successful world tour.
Leading Ladies - Songs from the Stage
Beverley Knight, Amber Riley and Cassidy Janson have lit up the West End in recent years and now come together to cover a series of musical theatre classics, including tracks from Dreamgirls, The Bodyguard, Cats, Hamilton and Rent.
Madness - Full House
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The ska legends package up their finest work in this lavish, 42-track 'Greatest Hits' compilation.
Cavalera Conspiracy - Psychosis
The thrash trio, which includes former Sepultura men Max and Igor Cavalera and one-time Il Nino axeman Marc Rizzo, unveil their fourth collection as the Cavalera Conspiracy.
Barenaked Ladies - Fake Nudes
The eccentric Canadians drop their 12th full-length effort this week.
Various Artists - Call Me By Your Name
The soundtrack to Luca Guadagnino's hugely acclaimed coming of age drama arrives on shelves this week.