This Week's New Albums: November 4th 2016
Robbie Williams, Alicia Keys, Honeyblood and Bon Jovi are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Robbie Williams - The Heavy Entertainment Show
The all-conquering British superstar returns with a brand new album this week, featuring collaborations with The Killers, Ed Sheeran and Rufus Wainwright.
Bon Jovi - This House Is Not For Sale
The stadium rockers unveil their 13th studio album this week, their first with brand new guitarist Phil X, who has replaced Richie Sambora in the group’s line-up.
Honeyblood - Babes Never Die
Fat Cat Records
The Scottish duo unleash a second album of dark and brooding pop music today.
Alicia Keys - Here
The R&B singer unveils her fourth studio album this week, featuring collaborations with both Emeli Sande and A$AP Rocky.
Michael Ball & Alfie Boe - Together
The two singers cover various hits from the musicals across this joint LP.
Palace - So Long Forever
The hotly tipped London foursome hook up with producer Adam Jaffery for their debut full-length effort.
Russell Watson - True Stories
The singer teams up with a 75-piece orchestra at Ennio Morricone's Forum Music Village Studios in Rome to record this new collection.
Various Artists - Trevor Nelson Club Classics
Nelson compiles dancefloor fillers ranging from motown hits throughout to contemporary cuts on this new three-disc collection.
The Fray - Through The Years: The Best Of The Fray
The pop rockers compile their biggest hits for this new collection.
HammerFall - Built To Last
The Swedish power metallers return with their 10th studio album this week.
Various Artists - Keep Calm And Chill
Sony Music TV Comp
43 chilled out cuts, including big hits from Sia, Olly Murs and Craig David feature on this new compilation.
Jaws - Simplicity
The Birmingham alt punks roar back with a new album this week.
Queen - On Air
Queen's live radio sessions are compiled in this lavish six-disc box set.