List of 2014 albums

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The following is a list of albums released in 2014.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2014 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
1
Del the Funky Homosapien Iller Than Most Del the Funky Homosapien [1]
January
3
Legion of the Damned Ravenous Plague Death metal, thrash metal Napalm Andy Classen, Legion of the Damned [2]
Pixies EP2 Alternative rock, indie rock Gil Norton [3]
January
6
Iced Earth Plagues of Babylon Heavy metal Century Media Jon Schaffer [4]
Jan Gunnar Hoff Fly North Jazz Losen Arve Henriksen, Jan Gunnar Hoff [5]
TVXQ Tense K-pop, R&B, dance, neo soul S.M. Entertainment Hiro Doi, Hitchhiker, Hwang Hyun, Kenzie, Lee Soo-man, Yoo Young-jin [6]
January
7
Kid Ink My Own Lane Hip hop RCA, Tha Alumni Music Group, 88 Classic Arthur McArthur, Cardiak, Danja, Devin Cruise, DJ Ill Will, DJ Mustard, Mike DZL, The Futuristics, J Grand, Jonathan Lauture, KB, Larrance Dopson, Lasanna Harris, Lifted, M-Millz, Mikhail, N4, Ned Cameron, The Optimist, The Runners, Sham "Sak Pase" Joseph, soFly and Nius, Soundz [7]
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks Wig Out at Jagbags Indie rock Matador Remko Schouten [8]
January
10
Arve Henriksen Chron Rune Grammofon Arve Henriksen [9]
James Vincent McMorrow Post Tropical Believe Recordings, Vagrant [10]
January
13
East India Youth Total Strife Forever Indietronica Stolen [11]
January
14
Bruce Springsteen High Hopes Rock Columbia Ron Aniello, Brendan O'Brien, Bruce Springsteen [12]
The Crystal Method The Crystal Method Trip hop, electronica, breakbeat Tiny e Records [13]
Number One Gun This Is All We Know Alternative rock, Christian rock Tooth & Nail [14]
Switchfoot Fading West Alternative rock, pop lowercase people, Atlantic Jon Foreman, Neal Avron, Tim Foreman [15]
January
17
Alcest Shelter Post-rock, shoegazing, dream pop Prophecy Productions Birgir Jón Birgisson, Martin Koller [16]
Tord Gustavsen Quartet Extended Circle Jazz ECM Manfred Eicher [17]
Warpaint Warpaint Indie rock, dream pop Rough Trade Flood [18]
January
20
Mogwai Rave Tapes Post-rock, electronic music Rock Action Paul Savage [19]
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything Experimental rock Constellation [20]
Sophie Ellis-Bextor Wanderlust Indie pop, folk EBGB's Ed Harcourt [21]
January
21
Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues Punk rock Total Treble Music Laura Jane Grace [22]
Hard Working Americans Hard Working Americans Rock Thirty Tigers, Melvin Records Todd Snider, Dave Schools [23]
Ice Nine Kills The Predator Becomes the Prey Metalcore, post-hardcore Outerloop Records, Fearless Steve Sopchak [24]
Monte Pittman The Power of Three Metal Blade Flemming Rasmussen [25]
Step Brothers Lord Steppington Hip hop Rhymesayers The Alchemist, Evidence [26]
Ty Dolla Sign Beach House EP Hip hop, R&B Atlantic, Taylor Gang, Pu$haz Ink Cardo, D.R.U.G.S., D'Mile, DJ Mustard, Mickley Adam, Mike Free, Ty Dolla Sign, Wiz Khalifa, Young Chop [27]
Young the Giant Mind over Matter Alternative rock Fueled by Ramen Justin Meldal-Johnsen [28]
January
22
AKB48 Tsugi no Ashiato J-pop King Yasushi Akimoto [29]
Dum Dum Girls Too True Indie pop Sub Pop Richard Gottehrer, Sune Rose Wagner [30]
Primal Fear Delivering the Black Power metal, heavy metal Frontiers Mat Sinner [31]
Within Temptation Hydra Symphonic metal, power metal, gothic metal Nuclear Blast, Dramatico, BMG, Universal Music Daniel Gibson, Juno Jimmink, Martijn Spierenburg, Robert Westerholt [32]
January
24
Of Mice & Men Restoring Force Metalcore, nu metal Rise David Bendeth [33]
January
27
Hildegunn Øiseth Valencia Jazz Losen [34]
Transatlantic Kaleidoscope Progressive rock Inside Out, Radiant Records, Metal Blade Transatlantic [35]
You Me at Six Cavalier Youth Alternative rock, pop rock BMG Neal Avron [36]
January
28
Casting Crowns Thrive Contemporary Christian, rock Beach Street, Reunion Mark A. Miller [37]
Dave Barnes Golden Days Acoustic rock, pop, Southern rock 50 Year Plan Records [38]
David Crosby Croz Rock Blue Castle Records Daniel Garcia [39]
Jamie Grace Ready to Fly CCM, Christian hip hop, R&B Gotee Christopher Stevens, Chuck Butler, David Garcia [40]
The Lawrence Arms Metropole Punk rock Epitaph Matt Allison, The Lawrence Arms [41]
The New Mendicants Into the Lime Indie rock XPT Records Norman Blake, Joe Pernice, Mike Belitsky [42]
Quilt Held in Splendor Indie folk, psychedelic folk Mexican Summer Jarvis Taveniere [43]
January
31
Broken Bells After the Disco Indie rock, space rock Columbia Danger Mouse [44]
Young Fathers Dead Alternative hip hop, alternative R&B Anticon, Big Dada Young Fathers [45]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
3
Augustines Augustines Indie rock Votiv, Caroline International Peter Katis [46]
Behemoth The Satanist Blackened death metal Nuclear Blast, Metal Blade, Mystic, Victor Entertainment, EVP Recordings Behemoth, Daniel Bergstrand, Wojciech Wiesławski, Sławomir Wiesławski [47]
Bombay Bicycle Club So Long, See You Tomorrow Indie rock, indietronica, alternative dance Island, Vagrant Ben H. Allen, Jack Steadman [48]
Maxïmo Park Too Much Information Indie rock Vertigo, Daylighting Maxïmo Park, Dave Okumu, Field Music [49]
February
4
A. J. Croce Twelve Tales Allen Toussaint, "Cowboy" Jack Clement, Mitchell Froom, Greg Cohen, Tony Berg, Kevin Killen [50]
Gardens & Villa Dunes Indie rock Secretly Canadian Tim Goldsworthy [51]
Paul Rodgers The Royal Sessions Blues, soul 429, Pie Records Perry A. Margouleff [52]
Toni Braxton & Babyface Love, Marriage & Divorce R&B, pop, soul Motown Babyface, Antonio Dixon, The Rascals [53]
Xiu Xiu Angel Guts: Red Classroom Art rock Polyvinyl John Congleton [54]
February
5
Temples Sun Structures Neo-psychedelia, psychedelic rock Heavenly, Fat Possum James Bagshaw [55]
February
7
John Butler Trio Flesh & Blood Folk Jarrah, MGM John Butler [56]
Katy B Little Red Electronic, dance, R&B Columbia, Sony Music Al Shux, The Arcade, Fraser T. Smith, Geeneus, George FitzGerald, Huxley, The Invisible Men, Jacques Greene, Joker, MJ Cole, Moto Blanco, Route 94, Sampha [57]
Neil Finn Dizzy Heights Alternative rock Lester Records Dave Fridmann [58]
February
11
Crosses Crosses Electronic rock, dream pop, electronica Sumerian Crosses, Shaun Lopez [59]
Eric Church The Outsiders Country, country rock EMI Nashville Jay Joyce [60]
The Glitch Mob Love Death Immortality Electronic, glitch Glass Air edIT, Boreta, Ooah [61]
Sun Kil Moon Benji Folk rock Caldo Verde Mark Kozelek [62]
February
12
Dead by April Let the World Know Metalcore, pop metal Universal Pontus Hjelm [63]
February
14
Cibo Matto Hotel Valentine Trip hop, indie pop, shibuya-kei Chimera Music Miho Hatori, Yuka Honda [64]
Cynic Kindly Bent to Free Us Progressive rock, progressive metal Season of Mist Paul Masvidal, Sean Malone, Sean Reinert [65]
JoJo LoveJo Gospel, R&B, pop Atlantic Da Internz, Stevie Mackey [66]
Nina Nesbitt Peroxide Folk pop Island Alex Smith, Iain Archer, Jake Gosling, James Earp, Matt Furmidge, Nina Nesbitt, Steve Mac [67]
February
17
Angel Olsen Burn Your Fire for No Witness Indie rock, alternative country, folk Jagjaguwar John Congleton [68]
Jesca Hoop Undress Acoustic Last Laugh Records, Republic of Music Jesca Hoop [69]
February
18
Candice Glover Music Speaks R&B, soul 19, Interscope Anthony Taylor, Apex, The Co-Captains, D'Mile, Da Internz, Darkchild, Harvey Mason Jr., Hot Sauce, The Jackie Boyz, Jevon Hill, Macs & Vans, Mike Will Made It, P-Nasty, Rob Kleiner, Rock City, The Underdogs [70]
Guided by Voices Motivational Jumpsuit Indie rock Guided by Voices Inc. [71]
I Killed the Prom Queen Beloved Metalcore, melodic death metal Epitaph Björn Strid, Fredrik Nordström [72]
Issues Issues Metalcore, nu metal Rise Kris Crummett, Matt Malpass, Nylo, Ty "Scout" Acord [73]
Kevin Seconds Off Stockton Rise [74]
Lake Street Dive Bad Self Portraits Pop, blue-eyed soul Signature Sounds Gudrun Cuillo, Robert Cuillo, Sam Kassirer [75]
Phantogram Voices Electronica, trip hop, indie pop Republic John Hill, Phantogram [76]
February
20
Raimundos Cantigas de Roda [77]
February
21
Beck Morning Phase Folk rock Capitol Beck [78]
Markus Schulz Scream 2 Trance Armada [79]
Papa vs Pretty White Deer Park Rock, indie rock, alternative rock Peace & Riot, EMI Dave Trumfio [80]
February
24
Arthur Beatrice Working Out [81]
Girls' Generation Mr.Mr. Electropop, R&B, pop SM, KT Music, Universal Lee Soo-man [82]
RuPaul Born Naked Dance, electronic, bounce RuCo Inc. Jared Jones, Lucian Piane, Matt Pop, René Dif [83]
Russian Red Agent Cooper [84]
Wild Beasts Present Tense Indie rock Domino Lexxx, Leo Abrahams, Wild Beasts [85]
February
25
Dierks Bentley Riser Country Capitol Nashville Ross Copperman, Arturo Buenahora Jr. [86]
The Fray Helios Pop rock Epic Ryan Tedder, Stuart Price [87]
Kid Cudi Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon Alternative hip hop Wicked Awesome, Republic Kid Cudi, WZRD, Dot da Genius [88]
St. Vincent St. Vincent Art rock, noise pop, pop rock Loma Vista, Republic John Congleton [89]
Schoolboy Q Oxymoron West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap Top Dawg, Interscope The Alchemist, Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith, Boi-1da, Clams Casino, DJ Dahi, Dude Dawg, Gwen Bunn, JayFrance, LordQuest, Marz, The Maven Boys, Mike Will Made It, Nez & Rio, Pharrell Williams, Rocket, Schoolboy Q, Sounwave, SWiff D, Tae Beast, THC, Tyler, the Creator, Willie B [90]
February
27
2NE1 Crush K-pop, hip hop, R&B, electropop, dance-pop YG Teddy Park, CL [91]
February
28
Lea Michele Louder Pop, EDM, power pop Columbia Josh Abraham, Benny Blanco, Chris Braide, Scott Cutler, David Hodges, Matt Rad, The Messengers, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Colin Munroe, Oliver "Oligee" Goldstein, Ali Payami, John Shanks, Sir Nolan, Stargate, Sean Walsh [92]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
1
Calle 13 Multi_Viral Latin, alternative hip hop, urban El Abismo Visitante [93]
March
3
American Authors Oh, What a Life Indie rock, alternative rock Mercury Shep Goodman, Aaron Accetta [94]
Bigelf Into the Maelstrom Progressive rock, psychedelic rock Inside Out [95]
Blood Red Shoes Blood Red Shoes Alternative rock, stoner rock Jazz Life Blood Red Shoes [96]
Eagulls Eagulls Partisan [97]
Mike Oldfield Man on the Rocks Rock Virgin EMI Mike Oldfield, Stephen Lipson [98]
Pharrell Williams G I R L R&B, funk Columbia Pharrell Williams [99]
Rick Ross Mastermind Hip hop Maybach, Slip-n-Slide, Def Jam A+, Beats, Ben Billions, Bink!, Black Metaphor, Boi-1da, D-Rich, DaHeala, DJ Khaled, DJ Mustard, J. Manifest, Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Kanye West, K.E. on the Track, Major Seven, Messy, Mike Dean, Mike Will Made It, Reefa, Rick Ross, Scott Storch, Sean Combs, StreetRunner, Timbaland, Vinny Venditto, Vinylz, The Weeknd [100]
March
4
Ashanti Braveheart R&B Written, eOne 12Keyz, Ashanti, Detail, DJ Clue, Drone, E-Bass, Fresh, Jaramye Daniels, Kevin Randolph, L.T. Hutton, Mansur Zafr, Mista Raja Greene, Pierre Medor, Reefa, Rico Love, Teetimus, Timothy Bullock, Yusuf Sef Millz Alexander [101]
Destrage Are You Kidding Me? No. Progressive metalcore Metal Blade Destrage, Imago Omnia [102]
Drive-By Truckers English Oceans Southern rock ATO David Barbe [103]
Real Estate Atlas Indie rock, jangle pop, dream pop Domino Tom Schick [104]
March
7
JTR Touchdown Pop Sony Music, MGM [105]
No Mythologies to Follow Electropop, synth-pop Chess Club, RCA Victor Diplo, James Dring, August "ELOQ" Fenger, Ronni Vindahl [106]
Motorpsycho Behind The Sun Progressive rock Rune Grammofon Bent Sæther [107]
March
10
Dan Croll Sweet Disarray Indie rock, pop rock Deram Charlie Hugall, Dan Croll, Joe Wills, Johan Hugo, Jon Gilmore, Liam Howe [108]
Elbow The Take Off and Landing of Everything Alternative rock, indie rock Fiction Craig Potter [109]
Metronomy Love Letters Indietronica, indie pop, synth-pop Because Ash Workman, Joseph Mount [110]
March
11
311 Stereolithic Alternative rock, reggae rock, rap rock 311 Records Scotch Ralston [111]
Architects Lost Forever // Lost Together Metalcore Epitaph, UNFD, New Damage Fredrik Nordström, Henrik Udd [112]
Juanes Loco de Amor Universal Music Latino Fernando Tobón, Juanes, Steve Lillywhite, Steve Wildey [113]
March
12
The Pretty Reckless Going to Hell Hard rock Razor & Tie Kato Khandwala [114]
March
13
Lux Occulta Kołysanki Electronic rock Trzecie Ucho Maciej Tomczyk [115]
March
14
Enrique Iglesias Sex and Love Latin pop, electropop Republic Alex P, Alex Smith, Carlos Paucar, The Cataracs, Cirkut, Descember Bueno, DJ Frank E, Dr. Luke, Mark Taylor, Marty James, Metrophonic, RedOne, Rickard Göransson, Rome, Romeo Santos, Sandy Vee, SoFly and Nius [116]
Foster the People Supermodel Alternative rock, indie pop, neo-psychedelia Columbia Mark Foster, Paul Epworth [117]
George Michael Symphonica Pop Aegean, Virgin EMI David Austin, George Michael, Phil Ramone [118]
Kate Miller-Heidke O Vertigo! Pop, rock Cooking Vinyl John Castle [119]
Kylie Minogue Kiss Me Once Pop, dance-pop Parlophone Ariel Rechtshaid, Chris Loco, Cutfather, Daniel Davidsen, GoodWill & MGI, Greg Kurstin, Jesse Shatkin, Joshua "JD" Walker, Justin Raisen, Kylie Minogue, Mark Taylor, Mike Del Rio, MNEK, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Peter Wade, Peter Wallevik, Pharrell Williams, Sia Furler, Tommy Trash [120]
Skrillex Recess EDM Big Beat, Owsla, Atlantic Alvin Risk, Chance the Rapper, Diplo, Kill the Noise, KillaGraham, Skrillex, The Social Experiment [121]
March
18
Demon Hunter Extremist Metalcore Solid State Jeremiah Scott, Aaron Sprinkle [122]
La Dispute Rooms of the House Post-hardcore, progressive rock, spoken word Better Living, Big Scary Monsters La Dispute, Will Yip [123]
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Piñata Hip hop Madlib Invazion Archibald Bonkers, Ben "Lambo" Lambert, Eothen Alapatt, Madlib [124]
I Am the Avalanche Wolverines Rock I Surrender Records Brett Romnes [125]
Taking Back Sunday Happiness Is Alternative rock, pop rock Hopeless Marc Jacob Hudson, Mike Sapone, Ray Jeffrey [126]
Tycho Awake Ambient, post-rock Ghostly International Scott Hansen [127]
The War on Drugs Lost in the Dream Indie rock Secretly Canadian Adam Granduciel [128]
YG My Krazy Life West Coast hip hop Pushaz Ink, CTE World, Def Jam B Wheezy, C-Ballin, Chordz, DJ Mustard, Metro Boomin, Mike Free, Sickamore, Terrace Martin, Ty Dolla Sign, YG, Young Jeezy [129]
March
21
Shakira Shakira Pop RCA, Sony Latin Adam Messinger, Battleroy, Billboard, Busbee, Cirkut, Dr. Luke, Fernando Garibay, Greg Kurstin, J2, John Hill, Kid Harpoon, Kosakovsky, Kuk Harrell, Luis Fernando Ochoa, Nasri, Shakira, Steve Mac [130]
March
23
Wolfmother New Crown Hard rock, blues rock Wolfmother Andrew Stockdale [131]
March
24
Animals as Leaders The Joy of Motion Progressive metal, djent Sumerian Adam "Nolly" Getgood, Misha Mansoor, Navene Koperweis [132]
Combichrist We Love You Aggrotech Metropolis [133]
Future Islands Singles Synth-pop 4AD Chris Coady [134]
Jimi Goodwin Odludek Rock Heavenly Jimi Goodwin, Dan Austin [135]
Pixies EP3 Indie rock, alternative rock [136]
Tokyo Police Club Forcefield Indie rock, indie pop, post-punk revival Mom + Pop, Memphis Industries, Dine Alone David Monks, Doug Boehm [137]
Yanni Inspirato New-age, classical Sony Classical Yanni, Plácido Domingo, Ric Wake [138]
March
25
Chuck Ragan Till Midnight Folk rock, indie folk SideOneDummy Christopher Thorn [139]
The Hold Steady Teeth Dreams Indie rock Razor & Tie Nick Raskulinecz [140]
Johnny Cash Out Among the Stars Country Columbia, Legacy Billy Sherrill, John Carter Cash, Steve Berkowitz [141]
Karmin Pulses Pop Epic The Elev3n, Dre Skull, Jon Jon, Kyle Shearer, Martin Johnson, The Messengers, Nathaniel Motte, Robert Marvin, Ryan Williamson, Sir Nolan [142]
Memphis May Fire Unconditional Metalcore Rise Cameron Mizell, Kellen McGregor [143]
Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey Going Back Home Rhythm and blues, blues rock, hard rock Chess Dave Eringa [144]
March
26
Elena Paparizou One Life Pop Lionheart Fredrik Sonefors, Henrik Wikström, Jakob "Jakke" Erixson, Jimmy Jansson, Karl-Ola Kjellholm, Nalle Ahlstedt, Oscar Holter [145]
Sebastian Bach Give 'Em Hell Heavy metal, hard rock, progressive metal Frontiers Bob Marlette [146]
Weaves Weaves Indie pop Buzz Morgan Waters, David Newfeld [147]
March
28
Architecture in Helsinki Now + 4eva Indie pop Casual Workout Architecture in Helsinki, François Tétaz, Haima Marriott [148]
Stian Westerhus & Pale Horses Maelstrom Rune Grammofon [149]
March
31
Haywyre Two Fold Pt. 1 Glitch hop, drumstep, UK garage Monstercat Martin Vogt [150]
Band of Skulls Himalayan Hard rock, blues rock Electric Blues Records Nick Launay [151]
Kaiser Chiefs Education, Education, Education & War Britpop Fiction, B-Unique, ATO Ben H. Allen III, Cally, Richard Wilkinson [152]
Lacuna Coil Broken Crown Halo Gothic metal, alternative metal Century Media Jay Baumgardner [153]
Timber Timbre Hot Dreams Folk, country blues Arts & Crafts Simon Trottier, Taylor Kirk [154]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
1
Chevelle La Gárgola Alternative metal, hard rock Epic Chevelle, Joe Barresi [155]
Chiodos Devil Post-hardcore Razor & Tie David Bottrill, Michael Phillips [156]
Christina Perri Head or Heart Pop Atlantic Butch Walker, Jack Antonoff, Jake Gosling, John Hill, Martin Johnson [157]
Cloud Nothings Here and Nowhere Else Indie rock Carpark, Wichita John Congleton [158]
Fairweather Fairweather [159]
Mac DeMarco Salad Days Psychedelic pop, lo-fi Captured Tracks [160]
Manchester Orchestra Cope Indie rock Loma Vista, Favorite Gentlemen Dan Hannon, Manchester Orchestra [161]
Mobb Deep The Infamous Mobb Deep Hip hop, East Coast hip hop Infamous Records, RED The Alchemist, Beat Butcha, Boi-1da, Gabriel Lambirth, Havoc, Illmind, Karon Graham, Kaytranada, The Maven Boys, Michael Uzowuru, Mobb Deep, Om'Mas Keith, Salaam Remi, Seven Thomas [162]
Steel Panther All You Can Eat Glam metal, heavy metal, comedy rock Open E Music Jay Ruston, Steel Panther [163]
The Used Imaginary Enemy Alternative, post-hardcore GAS Union, Hopeless John Feldmann [164]
April
4
The Black Sorrows Certified Blue Rock, soul, blues, funk Head Records Joe Camilleri, John McAll [165]
For the Fallen Dreams Heavy Hearts Metalcore Rise Josh Schroeder [166]
April
7
Black Label Society Catacombs of the Black Vatican Heavy metal Mascot, eOne Music Zakk Wylde [167]
EMA The Future's Void Rock, , folk-noise City Slang, Matador Erika M. Anderson [168]
LostAlone Shapes of Screams Rock Graphite Records Dan Weller [169]
April
8
James Durbin Celebrate Pop rock Wind-up Mark Droescher, Scott "The Ninja" Stevens [170]
Jamie's Elsewhere Rebel-Revive Post-hardcore, metalcore Jamie's Elsewhere Nick Sampson [171]
John Frusciante Enclosure Synth-pop, electronica, experimental rock Record Collection John Frusciante [172]
Joan Osborne Love and Hate E1 Music [173]
Off! Wasted Years Hardcore punk Vice Dimitri Coats [174]
Todd Terje It's Album Time Nu-disco, space disco Olsen Records Todd Terje [175]
April
11
Chet Faker Built on Glass Future Classic, Opulent Nick Murphy [176]
The Vamps Meet the Vamps Pop, pop rock Mercury, Virgin EMI Alex Smith, Andrew Williams, Ben Harrison, Brian Rawling, Carl Falk, Danny Jones, David Bendeth, Espionage, Ibrahim "Ayb" Asmar, Jay Reynolds, Kristian Lundin, Mark Bates, Matt Prime, Paul Meehan, TMS, Tristan Evans [177]
April
14
Ben Watt Hendra Acoustic, downtempo Unmade Road Ewan Pearson [178]
Paolo Nutini Caustic Love Soul, R&B Atlantic Dani Castelar, Dave Sardy, Leo Abrahams, Michael Bates, Paolo Nutini, Rollo Armstrong [179]
April
15
The Afghan Whigs Do to the Beast Sub Pop Greg Dulli [180]
Anubis Gate Horizons [181]
Bobby Rush with Blinddog Smokin' Decisions [182]
Breathe Carolina Savages Electropop,emo-pop Fearless Ian Kirkpatrick [183]
Emmure Eternal Enemies Nu metal Victory Joey Sturgis [184]
Hawthorne Heights The Silence in Black and White Acoustic Acoustic InVogue [185]
Ingrid Michaelson Lights Out Indie pop Cabin 24 Chris Kuffner, Cason Cooley, Katie Herzig, Jacquire King, Jeremy Bose, Dan Romer [186]
Jason Derulo Talk Dirty Pop, R&B Warner Bros., Beluga Heights Ammo, Chloe Angelides, Jon Bellion, The Cataracs, Cirkut, DJ Mustard, Jim Beanz, Jonas Jeberg, Martin Johnson, Jared Lee, RedOne, Ricky Reed, Sam Sumser, Timbaland [187]
Pharoahe Monch PTSD Hip hop W.A.R. Media, INgrooves B.A.M., DJ Boogie Blind, Guy Routte, Jesse West, Lee Stone, The Lion Share, Marco Polo, Pharoahe Monch, Quelle Chris, The Stepkids [188]
Sevendust Time Travelers & Bonfires Acoustic rock Asylum, 7Bros. Records Sevendust [189]
April
18
Kelis Food R&B, soul Ninja Tune Dave Sitek [190]
Stream of Passion A War of Our Own Progressive metal, symphonic metal, gothic metal PIAS, Rough Trade Joost van den Broek [191]
April
19
Green Day Demolicious Punk rock Reprise [192]
Pixies Indie Cindy Alternative rock Pixiesmusic, PIAS Gil Norton [193]
April
21
Eels The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett Indie rock E Works E [194]
Iggy Azalea The New Classic Hip hop Def Jam, Virgin EMI 1st Down, The Arcade, GTA, The Invisible Men, Jester, The Messengers, Reeva & Black, Sarah Stennett, Stargate, T.I., Watch the Duck, WoodysProduce [195]
Keram Come to Life Constant Change Music Alex Lifeson [196]
Mýa Sweet XVI R&B, soul Planet 9 Antione Hart, Desmond "BigheadDez" Peterson, Big Duke, John Elmore, Maurice "Velly" Conway, Mýa Harrison, Nate "Impact" Jolley, The Real Orlando, Terrell Sass, Yonni [197]
April
22
Drake Bell Ready Steady Go! Rockabilly, rock and roll, pop Surfdog Peter Collins, Brian Setzer [198]
Francesca Battistelli If We're Honest CCM Word, Fervent Ian Eskelin [199]
Future Honest Hip hop A1, Freebandz, Epic Boi-1da, Detail, DJ Spinz, J-Bo, Katalyst, Metro Boomin, Mike Will Made It, Mr. DJ, Nard & B, OG Taxx, Organized Noize, P-Nasty, Rocko, The Runners, soFly and Nius, Sonny Digital, Southside, TM88 [200]
Justin Rutledge Daredevil Alternative country Outside Music Dean Drouillard [201]
Keb' Mo' BLUESAmericana Blues Kind of Blue Music Keb' Mo' [202]
Neon Trees Pop Psychology New wave Mercury, Def Jam Tim Pagnotta [203]
Rachele Lynae Rachele Lynae Country Momentum Label Group Jamie O'Neal [204]
April
23
Prong Ruining Lives Groove metal, thrash metal SPV/Steamhammer Steve Evetts, Tommy Victor [205]
Winger Better Days Comin' Hard rock, progressive metal Frontiers Kip Winger [206]
April
25
Damon Albarn Everyday Robots Parlophone, Warner Bros Damon Albarn, Richard Russell, Brian Eno [207]
Insomnium Shadows of the Dying Sun Melodic death metal Century Media Insomnium, Teemu Aalto [208]
Miss May I Rise of the Lion Metalcore Rise Terry Date [209]
April
28
Brody Dalle Diploid Love Punk rock, alternative rock Caroline, Queen of Hearts Alain Johannes, Brody Dalle [210]
April
29
Chris Robinson Brotherhood Phosphorescent Harvest Blues rock Silver Arrow Records Thom Monahan [211]
Eli "Paperboy" Reed Nights Like This [212]
Framing Hanley The Sum of Who We Are Imagen Records [213]
The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger Midnight Sun The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, Mark Ronson [214]
Lindsey Stirling Shatter Me Classical crossover, EDM Decca, Universal Music Kill Paris, Marko G, Rafii, Reuben Keeney, Robert DeLong, SILAS, Scott Gold [215]
Ray LaMontagne Supernova Folk rock RCA Dan Auerbach [216]
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra Hang On to Each Other EDM Constellation [217]
Whitechapel Our Endless War Deathcore Metal Blade Mark Lewis, Whitechapel [218]
Wye Oak Shriek Indie rock Merge Wye Oak [219]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
1
Buzzcocks The Way Pop punk Buzzcocks, David M. Allen [220]
May
2
Anastacia Resurrection Sanctuary, BMG Alex Geringas, Bill Malina, Jamie Hartman, Joachim Schluter, John Fields, Louis Biancaniello, Michael Biancaniello, Sam Watters, Toby Gad [221]
Epica The Quantum Enigma Symphonic metal Nuclear Blast Joost van den Broek, Epica [222]
Lily Allen Sheezus Electropop Regal, Parlophone Paul Beard, DJ Dahi, Fryars, Greg Kurstin, Shellback, Fraser T. Smith [223]
Lykke Li I Never Learn Indie pop, dream pop LL, Atlantic Greg Kurstin, Lykke Li, Björn Yttling [224]
Xandria Sacrificium Symphonic metal Napalm Joost van den Broek, Marco Heubaum [225]
May
5
Brian Eno and Karl Hyde Someday World Electronic Warp Brian Eno, Fred Gibson [226]
The Horrors Luminous Neo-psychedelia, dream pop XL Craig Silvey, The Horrors [227]
May
6
Andrew Jackson Jihad Christmas Island Indie rock, folk punk, indie folk SideOneDummy John Congleton [228]
Atmosphere Southsiders Hip hop Rhymesayers Atmosphere [229]
Ben & Ellen Harper Childhood Home Blues rock, folk rock, Americana Prestige Folklore Ben Harper, Ethan Allan, Jason Mozersky, Jesse Ingalls, Jimmy Paxson [230]
Natalie Merchant Natalie Merchant Soft rock, folk-pop Nonesuch Natalie Merchant [231]
Santana Corazón Latin rock RCA, Sony Latin Iberia Afo Verde, Carlos Santana, The Cataracs, Cindy Blackman, Clive Davis, Emilio Estefan, Lester Mendez, Michael Vrionis, Miguel, Tom Corson [232]
Sarah McLachlan Shine On Pop rock Verve Pierre Marchand, Bob Rock, Vincent Jones [233]
May
9
Killer Be Killed Killer Be Killed Groove metal, thrash metal Nuclear Blast Josh Wilbur [234]
Little Dragon Nabuma Rubberband Trip hop, soul, pop Because Little Dragon, Robin Hannibal [235]
Michael Jackson Xscape Pop, R&B MJJ, Epic Babyface, Cory Rooney, Daniel Jones, Dr. Freeze, Giorgio Tuinfort, J-Roc, John Branca, John McClain, King Solomon Logan, L.A. Reid, Michael Jackson, Paul Anka, Rodney Jerkins, Stargate, Timbaland [236]
Tori Amos Unrepentant Geraldines Alternative rock, pop rock Mercury Classics Marcel van Limbeek, Mark Hawley, Tori Amos [237]
May
12
The Black Keys Turn Blue Garage rock, blues rock, psychedelic rock Nonesuch The Black Keys, Danger Mouse [238]
Blondie Blondie 4(0) Ever Noble ID Matt Katz-Bohen, Kato Khandwala, Craig Leon, Jeff Saltzman. Chris Stein [239]
Chromeo White Women Electro-funk Last Gang Chromeo, Kevin Kocher, Oligee [240]
Foxes Glorious Synth-pop RCA, Sign of the Times Ben Preston, Future Cut, Ghostwriter, Jarrad Rogers, Liam Howe, Matt Wiggins, Mike Spencer, Utters [241]
Swans To Be Kind Noise rock, drone, experimental Young God Michael Gira [242]
Titãs Nheengatu Rock, punk rock Som Livre Cristina Doria, Rafael Ramos [243]
May
13
Agalloch The Serpent & the Sphere Black metal, doom metal, folk metal Profound Lore [244]
Guided by Voices Cool Planet Indie rock Guided by Voices Inc., Fire Robert Pollard [245]
Mad Caddies Dirty Rice Ska Fat Wreck Chords [246]
Mushroomhead The Righteous & the Butterfly Alternative metal, industrial metal, experimental metal Megaforce Bill Korecky, Steve Felton [247]
Only Crime Pursuance Melodic hardcore Rise [248]
Sturgill Simpson Metamodern Sounds in Country Music Outlaw country High Top Mountain, Loose Music Dave Cobb [249]
May
14
Casualties of Cool Casualties of Cool Country rock, blues rock, ambient, alternative country HevyDevy Records Devin Townsend [250]
May
16
Afrojack Forget the World Electro house, progressive house, hip house Wall, PM:AM, Universal, Def Jam, Island Afrojack, Andrew Kierszenbaum, Chantal Kreviazuk, D-Wayne, Dan Grech-Marguerat, DJ Buddha, Hugo Langras, Jared Leto, Leroy Styles, Polow da Don, Tearce Kizzo, Thomas Deelder [251]
Coldplay Ghost Stories Electronica, synth-pop Parlophone, Atlantic Avicii, Coldplay, Daniel Green, Jon Hopkins, Paul Epworth, Rik Simpson, Tim Bergling [252]
Phillip Phillips Behind the Light Pop rock Interscope, 19 Derek Fuhrmann, Drew Pearson, Gregg Wattenberg, Lee Scurry, Phillip Phillips, Todd Clark [253]
May
19
Brantley Gilbert Just as I Am Country, rock Valory Music Dann Huff, Scott Borchetta [254]
The Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation Neo-psychedelia A Records Anton Newcombe [255]
Conor Oberst Upside Down Mountain Indie rock, folk rock Nonesuch Jonathan Wilson, Conor Oberst [256]
Melanie Martinez The Dollhouse Atlantic, Warner Chappell Kinetics & One Love, Robopop [257]
Plaid Reachy Prints Electronic music, IDM Warp Plaid [258]
The Roots ...And Then You Shoot Your Cousin Alternative hip hop Def Jam Black Thought, D.D. Jackson, Damion Ward, Joseph Simmons, Karl Jenkins, Mike Jerz, Richard Nichols, Ray Angry, Trapzillas, Questlove, The Wurxs [259]
Various Artists The Fault in Our Stars Atlantic Josh Boone, Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Patrik Berger, Richard Evans, Stefan Gräslund, John Hill, Søren Løkke Juul, Season Kent, Lykke Li, Johnny McDaid, Ryan Rabin, Birdy, Kevin Weaver, Dan Wilson, Björn Yttling [260]
May
23
Austin Mahone The Secret Pop, EDM Chase, Cash Money, Republic RedOne, Bryan "Birdman" Williams, Ronald "Slim" Williams, Rocco Valdes, David Abram, Michael Blumstein, Austin Mahone, Jimmy Joker, The Futuristics, Cook Classics, Fredrik Thomander, Tiny Island, Maejor Ali, Eddie Limon [261]
Mariah Carey Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse R&B Def Jam Brook D'Leau, Bryan-Michael Cox, Darhyl "Hey DJ" Camper, Happy Perez, Hazebanga, Heatmyzer, Hit-Boy, James "Big Jim" Wright, Jermaine Dupri, Mariah Carey, Miguel, Mike Will Made It, Q-Tip, Rey Reel, Rodney Jerkins, The-Dream, Tricky Stewart [262]
Röyksopp and Robyn Do It Again Electronic Dog Triumph Röyksopp, Robyn [263]
May
26
Bury Tomorrow Runes Metalcore Nuclear Blast [264]
Sam Smith In the Lonely Hour Pop, soul Capitol, Method Craze & Hoax, Disclosure, Eg White, Fraser T. Smith, Jimmy Napes, Joel Little, Jonathan Creek, Komi, Mojam, Naughty Boy, Rodney Jerkins, Steve Fitzmaurice, Two Inch Punch, Zane Lowe [265]
May
27
7Seconds Leave a Light On Rise [266]
Cher Lloyd Sorry I'm Late Pop Epic, Syco, Mr. Kanani Benny Blanco, Marco "Mag" Borrero, Johan Carlsson, Jason Evigan, Jake Schmugge, Carl Falk, Oscar "OzGo" Görres, Oscar Holter, Savan Kotecha, Robert Marvin, Ilya, Shellback, Matt Squire, The Struts, Rami Yacoub, Jon Ketchum, Cher Lloyd, Jenaux [267]
Jamie Lynn Spears The Journey Country pop Sweet Jamie Music Corey Crowder [268]
Jamie O'Neal Eternal Country Shanachie Jamie O'Neal, Rodney Good [269]
Owen Pallett In Conflict Indie rock Domino, Secret City Owen Pallett [270]
Powerman 5000 Builders of the Future Electronic rock, industrial rock T-Boy Records Evan Rodaniche, Spider One [271]
The Ready Set The Bad & the Better Electropop, pop Razor & Tie Andrew Goldstein, Ian Kirkpatrick, Jordan Witzigreuter, Simon Wilcox [272]
Ringo Sheena Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku Rock, jazz, funk, pop EMI Japan Ringo Sheena [273]
May
27
Clean Bandit New Eyes House, classical crossover, baroque pop, synth-pop Warner, Atlantic Grace Chatto, Jack Patterson, Mark Ralph [274]
Sleep Party People Floating Dream pop, shoegazing, alternative rock Blood and Biscuits [275]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
2
Kyla La Grange Cut Your Teeth Indie, electronica, synth-pop Epic David Pye, Igor Haefeli, Jakwob, Jas Shaw, Kyla La Grange [276]
LP Forever for Now Pop Warner Bros. Claude Kelly, David Bassett, Isabella Summers, Josh Alexander, Justyn Pilbrow, Mike Del Rio, PJ Bianco, Rob Cavallo, Tim Pagnotta [277]
June
3
50 Cent Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win Hip hop G-Unit, Caroline, Capitol 50 Cent, Charli Brown Beatz, Dawaun Parker, Dot N Pro, Dr. Dre, Frank Dukes, G Rocka, Jake One, Ky Miller, Kyle Justice, Mark Batson, Medi, Nascent, QB, Shamtrax, Soul Professa, Steve Alien, Swiff D, Ty Fyffe, The University [278]
Die Antwoord Donker Mag Zef Records DJ Hi-Tek, DJ Muggs [279]
Hamilton Leithauser Black Hours Ribbon Music Hamilton Leithauser, Paul Maroon, Rostam Batmanglij [280]
Lucy Hale Road Between Country pop Hollywood Mark Bright, Mike Daly [281]
Matisyahu Akeda Reggae, hip hop Stu Brooks [282]
Miranda Lambert Platinum Country RCA Nashville Frank Liddell, Chuck Ainlay, Glenn Worf [283]
Nazareth Rock 'n' Roll Telephone Hard rock Union Square Music [284]
Parquet Courts Sunbathing Animal Garage rock, post-punk What's Your Rupture?, Rough Trade Jonathan Schenke [285]
Sage Francis Copper Gone Hip hop Strange Famous Cecil Otter, ALXNDRBRWN, James Hancock, Poindexter, Reanimator, Le Parasite, Buck 65, Prolyphic, Anders Parker, Alias, Dub Sonata, John Ash, Kurtis SP [286]
June
4
Arch Enemy War Eternal Melodic death metal Century Media Arch Enemy [287]
Buck-Tick Arui wa Anarchy Lingua Sounda [288]
June
6
The Amity Affliction Let the Ocean Take Me Post-hardcore, metalcore Roadrunner Will Putney [289]
First Aid Kit Stay Gold Indie folk Columbia Mike Mogis [290]
Kasabian 48:13 Serge Pizzorno [291]
Passenger Whispers Nettwerk, Black Crow UK [292]
Tesla Simplicity Hard rock Tesla Electric Company Recording, Frontiers Tesla, Tom Zutaut [293]
June
9
Tom Vek Luck Moshi Moshi [294]
June
10
Jack White Lazaretto Blues rock, country rock Third Man, Columbia Jack White [295]
O.A.R. The Rockville LP Vanguard [296]
Popcaan Where We Come From Dancehall, pop Mixpak Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jaime Roberts, Anju Blaxx, Adde Instrumentals [297]
Say Anything Hebrews Equal Vision Max Bemis [298]
Umphrey's McGee Similar Skin Progressive rock Nothing Too Fancy Music Gre Magers, Manny Sanchez [299]
The Word Alive Real Metalcore Fearless Cameron Mizell, John Feldmann [300]
June
13
Jennifer Lopez A.K.A. EDM, R&B, pop Capitol A. Chal, Antwan Thompson, Asia Bryant, Benny Medina, Charles "Chizzy" Stephens, Cory Rooney, Detail, DJ Mustard, Harmony Samuels, Ilya, Jennifer Lopez, Jovan JR Taylor, Leon Youngblood, Max Martin, Peter Carlsson, Pop & Oak, Qura Rankin, RedOne, Ryan "Ryghtous" Tedder, Sham, Steven Franks, TheAceFace69, Trevor Muzzy, Yonatan "xSDTRK" Ayal [301]
Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence Desert rock, dream pop, psychedelic rock Polydor, Interscope Blake Stranathan, Dan Auerbach, Daniel Heath, Greg Kurstin, Lana Del Rey, Lee Foster, Paul Epworth, Rick Nowels [302]
Linkin Park The Hunting Party Alternative metal, hard rock, rap rock Warner Bros., Machine Shop Brad Delson, Emile Haynie, Mike Shinoda, Rob Cavallo [303]
Tiësto A Town Called Paradise EDM, progressive house, electro house, dance-pop PM:AM Alexei Misoul, Carl Falk, Dan Book, Dave Silcox, DBX, Dean Gillard, Disco Fries, Firebeatz, Hardwell, John Amatiello, Justin Prime, Kaaze, Karl-Ola Kjellholm, Krewella, Matt Nash, Matt Ward, Matthew Koma, Oscar Holter, Rami Yacoub, Richard Furch, Sjoerd Janssen, Sultan + Shepard, Tiësto, Tommy Trash, Wouter Janssen [304]
June
16
Klaxons Love Frequency Indietronica, electronica, dance-pop, new rave Red Records [305]
June
17
Deadmau5 while(1<2) Mau5trap, Astralwerks, Capitol Joel Zimmerman [306]
Pat Mastelotto & Tobias Ralph ToPaRaMa 7d Media Records Pat Mastelotto [307]
Radio Moscow Magical Dirt Psychedelic rock Alive Naturalsound [308]
June
20
Ed Sheeran x Asylum, Atlantic Benny Blanco, Ed Sheeran, Emile Haynie, Jake Gosling, Jeff Bhasker, Johnny McDaid, Kirsty Whalley, Peter Cobbin, Pharrell Williams, Rick Rubin [309]
June
23
For All Those Sleeping Incomplete Me Metalcore Fearless Cameron Mizell [310]
G-Eazy These Things Happen Hip hop RCA, BPG, RVG Blackbear, Christoph Andersson, G-Eazy, Jay Ant, Jordan Evans, Matthew Burnett, Remo [311]
Jason Lancaster As You Are Alternative rock, pop rock Outerloop Zack Odom, Kenneth Mount [312]
June
24
Ab-Soul These Days... Hip hop Top Dawg Blended Babies, Corin Roddick, Curtiss King, Dave Free, DJ Dahi, DNYC3, J. Cole, The Kathy, Kenny Beats, Larry Fisherman, Like, Rahki, Skhye Hutch, Sounwave, Tae Beast, Terrace Martin, Tommy Black [313]
Kitten Kitten Alternative rock, synth-pop, new wave Elektra Chad Anderson, Gavin Mackillop, Nic Johns [314]
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun Progressive metal Reprise Nick Raskulinecz [315]
The Never Ending One Indie rock, folk Ryan River Studio [316]
Nothing More Nothing More Alternative metal, hard rock, progressive metal Eleven Seven Nothing More [317]
Phish Fuego Rock JEMP Bob Ezrin [318]
Riff Raff Neon Icon Hip hop Mad Decent Anna Yvette, Atira, Beau Billionaire, Deezus, Diplo, DJA, DJ Carnage, DJ Mustard, Harry Fraud, Larry Fisherman, Lex Luger, Mike Dez, Noah "40" Shebib, Raf Riley, Riff Raff, Top Secret Productions [319]
Slaves Through Art We Are All Equals Post-hardcore, experimental rock Artery Jonny Craig, Kris Crummett [320]
Sons of Magdalene Move to Pain Audraglint Recordings [321]
A Sunny Day in Glasgow Sea When Absent Shoegaze Lefse Records [322]
June
27
5 Seconds of Summer 5 Seconds of Summer Capitol, Hi or Hey Dan Lancaster, Eric Valentine, Joel Chapman, John Feldmann, Louis Biancaniello, Michael Biancaniello, Red Triangle, Sam Watters, Steve Robson [323]
Owl City Ultraviolet Republic Adam Young [324]
June
30
Brian Eno and Karl Hyde High Life Art rock Warp Brian Eno, Fred Gibson [325]
George Ezra Wanted on Voyage Columbia Cam Blackwood, Joel Pott [326]
Magic! Don't Kill the Magic Pop, reggae fusion Latium, RCA Adam Messinger, Nasri Atweh, Mark Pellizzer, Alex Tanas [327]
Sanna Nielsen 7 Pop Warner Music Anders Lystell, David Kreuger, Fredrik Kempe, Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah, Hampus Lindvall, Joakim Ramsell, Joel Humlénm, John Lundvik, Lina Hansson, Nicki Adamsson, Per Magnusson, Sanna Nielsen [328]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
1
Corrosion of Conformity IX [329]
Every Time I Die From Parts Unknown Metalcore, hardcore punk Epitaph Kurt Ballou [330]
Robin Thicke Paula R&B Star Trak, Interscope Robin Thicke, Pro Jay [331]
Seether Isolate and Medicate Post-grunge, alternative metal The Bicycle Music Company, Concord Bicycle, Spinefarm Brendan O'Brien [332]
Tessanne Chin Count On My Love Dance-pop, reggae, R&B Republic, Universal Republic Chuck Harmony, Jerry Duplessis, Jevon "BabyBoy" Hill, Johann Seaton, MadMen Productions, Mark "Exit" Goodchild, Mitchum "Khan" Chin, Peter Stengaard, Peter Svensson, Ricardo Rameshwar, Shama "Sak Pase" Joseph, Stargate, Sting International, Supa Dups, Terry "Maddscientist" Thomas, Toby Gad, Willy Chin [333]
Trey Songz Trigga R&B Atlantic A+, A-Wall, Alvin Isaacs, Brandon "B.A.M." Alexander, The Breed, Bryan "Composer" Nelson, Christopher "C4" Umana, D'Mile, Da Internz, Danny "Denero" Klein, DJ Mustard, Dun Deal, The Featherstones, The Insomniakz, John "SK" McGee, Matt Campfield, Mike Will Made It, Soundz, SquatBeats, Troy Taylor, Uforo "Bongo the Drum Gahd" Ebong, Virtuoso [334]
July
4
Midge Ure Fragile Hypertension Music [335]
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus 4 Post-hardcore, pop punk, alternative rock Lee Miles, Ronnie Winter [336]
Sia 1000 Forms of Fear Electropop Monkey Puzzle, RCA Christopher Braide, Greg Kurstin, Diplo, Jesse Shatkin, Four Tet, France Picoulet [337]
Tarja Left in the Dark Edel Tarja, Mic [338]
July
7
Comet Gain Paperback Ghosts Fortuna Pop! [339]
Example Live Life Living EDM Epic Alex Smith, Critikal, Example, Fraser T. Smith, Jakob Liedholm, Sheldrake, Steve Hill, Stuart Price [340]
f(x) Red Light Synth-pop S.M. Entertainment Casper & B., Lee Soo-man [341]
Manic Street Preachers Futurology Alternative rock, post-punk, dance-rock, krautrock Columbia Alex Silva, Loz Williams, Manic Street Preachers [342]
July
8
Chelsea Grin Ashes to Ashes Deathcore Artery, Razor & Tie Chelsea Grin, Diego Farias, Stetson Whitworth [343]
Dirty Heads Sound of Change Five Seven Supa Dups, Buddah Shampoo, Niles, David Bassett, LD, Rome [344]
John Mellencamp Performs Trouble No More Live at Town Hall Americana, country blues, heartland rock Mercury [345]
Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls Heavy metal Epic, Columbia Glenn Tipton, Mike Exeter [346]
Leela James Fall for You Soul, R&B, neo soul [347]
July
11
Bleachers Strange Desire Indie pop, alternative rock RCA John Hill, Vince Clarke [348]
Jason Mraz Yes! Pop rock Atlantic Mike Mogis, Jason Mraz, Chris Keup, Stewart Myers [349]
Sheppard Bombs Away Indie pop, indie rock Empire of Song, Decca, Republic Stuart Stuart [350]
Taylor Henderson Burnt Letters Pop, folk, country Sony Music Australia Adrian Breakspear, Alex Hope, Jon Hume, Lindsay Rimes, Louis Schoorl, Robby De Sá, Trinity [351]
July
14
Fink Hard Believer R'COUP'D, Ninja Tune Billy Bush [352]
Jungle Jungle XL Jungle [353]
Suicide Silence You Can't Stop Me Deathcore Nuclear Blast Steve Evetts [354]
July
15
Betraying the Martyrs Phantom Deathcore, metalcore, melodic death metal, progressive metal Sumerian Lucas d'Angelo [355]
Morrissey World Peace Is None of Your Business Alternative rock Harvest Joe Chiccarelli [356]
Pennywise Yesterdays Punk rock Epitaph Ian Petersen [357]
Puss n Boots No Fools, No Fun Blue Note [358]
Rise Against The Black Market Melodic hardcore Interscope Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore [359]
"Weird Al" Yankovic Mandatory Fun Comedy RCA "Weird Al" Yankovic [360]
July
16
Yes Heaven & Earth Progressive rock Frontiers Roy Thomas Baker [361]
July
18
Biffy Clyro Similarities Alternative rock, experimental rock 14th Floor Biffy Clyro [362]
La Roux Trouble in Paradise Synth-pop, new wave, disco Polydor Elly Jackson, Ian Sherwin, Al Shux [363]
July
22
Alvvays Alvvays Indie pop, dream pop, indie rock, jangle pop Polyvinyl Chad VanGaalen [364]
Anberlin Lowborn Alternative rock Tooth & Nail Anberlin [365]
Common Nobody's Smiling Hip hop ARTium, Def Jam Common, No I.D. [366]
Crown the Empire The Resistance: Rise of The Runaways Metalcore, post-hardcore Rise Alex Prieto, Bennett Vogelman, Brendan Barone, Dan Korneff [367]
Jesse McCartney In Technicolor R&B, pop, blue-eyed soul Eight0Eight Records The Elev3n, Jesse McCartney, Sherry Goffin, Troy "R8DIO" Johnson [368]
July
28
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Hypnotic Eye Heartland rock, blues rock Reprise Mike Campbell, Ryan Ulyate, Tom Petty [369]
July
29
Adelitas Way Stuck Alternative metal, hard rock, post-grunge Virgin Nick Raskulinecz, Tom Petty, Ryan Ulyate [370]
Eric Clapton & Friends The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale Blues rock Bushbranch, Surfdog Eric Clapton, Simon Climie [371]
Jenny Lewis The Voyager Indie rock Warner Bros. Ryan Adams [372]
NSYNC The Essential *NSYNC R&B, pop RCA, Legacy Jan Van Der Toorn, Denniz Pop, Max Martin, Kristian Lundin, Carl Sturken, Evan Rogers, Veit Renn, David Foster, Rami Yacoub, Richard Marx, Robin Wiley, The Neptunes, BT, Allstar Gordon [373]
PartyNextDoor PartyNextDoor Two OVO Sound G Ry, Neenyo, PartyNextDoor [374]
Shabazz Palaces Lese Majesty Experimental hip hop Sub Pop Shabazz Palaces [375]
Theory of a Deadman Savages Hard rock, alternative metal, post-grunge Roadrunner Howard Benson [376]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
1
Alestorm Sunset on the Golden Age Folk metal, power metal, pirate metal Napalm Lasse Lammert [377]
Angus & Julia Stone Angus & Julia Stone Folk, acoustic EMI Music Australia, American Angus & Julia Stone, Rick Rubin [378]
August
5
Arkells High Noon Rock Dine Alone Records, Universal Music Canada Tony Hoffer [379]
Godsmack 1000hp Hard rock, alternative metal Republic, Spinefarm Sully Erna, Dave Fortman [380]
Spoon They Want My Soul Indie rock, art rock Loma Vista, ANTI- Dave Fridmann, Joe Chiccarelli, Spoon [381]
August
6
Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas Phase 2 Post hardcore, electronicore, metalcore VAP [382]
FKA twigs LP1 R&B, electronic Young Turks Arca, Clams Casino, Cy An, Paul Epworth, FKA twigs, Emile Haynie, Devonté Hynes, inc., Sampha, Tic [383]
August
8
Adam Brand My Side of the Street Country Adam Brand Enterprises, ABC Music Adam Brand, Craig Porteils [384]
The Gaslight Anthem Get Hurt Alternative rock, heartland rock Island Mike Crossey [385]
August
11
Sinéad O'Connor I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss Rock Nettwerk John Reynolds [386]
August
12
Brian Setzer Rockabilly Riot!: All Original Rockabilly Surfdog Peter Collins [387]
Dilated Peoples Directors of Photography Hip hop Rhymesayers DJ Premier, Alchemist, Jake One, Diamond D, 9th Wonder, DJ Babu, Evidence, Bravo, Oh No, Twiz The Beat Pro [388]
George Watsky All You Can Do Alternative hip hop Steel Wool Media, Welk Music Group Anderson Paak, LODEF, Mikos da Gawd, Mister Carmack [389]
Porter Robinson Worlds Synth-pop Astralwerks, Virgin Porter Robinson [390]
August
14
Kayo Dot Coffins on Io Electronic The Flenser [391]
August
15
Accept Blind Rage Heavy metal Nuclear Blast Andy Sneap [392]
Kimbra The Golden Echo Art pop Warner Bros. Keefus Ciancia, Rich Costey, Taylor Graves, John Hill, Kimbra Johnson, Major Dudes, Mystery Skulls, M-Phazes, Al Shux, Surahn Sidhu, Dave Tozer, Fagan Wilcox [393]
Troye Sivan TRXYE Pop, electropop, dream pop EMI Music Australia Alex JL Hiew, SLUMS, Tat Tong [394]
August
18
Ace Frehley Space Invader Hard rock, heavy metal E1 Music Ace Frehley [395]
Courteeners Concrete Love Indie rock PIAS Cooperative Joseph Cross [396]
DragonForce Maximum Overload Power metal earMUSIC, Metal Blade, 3Wise, JVC Victor Jens Bogren [397]
Imogen Heap Sparks RCA, Megaphonic Imogen Heap [398]
Travis Scott Days Before Rodeo Hip hop Grand Hustle Travis Scott, Metro Boomin, WondaGurl, DJ Dahi, FKi, Lil' C, AudioKlique, Southside, Vinylz, Allen Ritter, TM88, Lex Luger, J. Hill, O.Z, Syk Sense, Tane Runo, Mike Dean [399]
Twin Atlantic Great Divide Rock Red Bull Gil Norton, Jacknife Lee [400]
Wiz Khalifa Blacc Hollywood Hip hop Rostrum, Atlantic Arthur McArthur, The Beat Bully, David Versis, Detail, DJ Mustard, Dr. Luke, Finatik N Zac, Ghost Loft, I.D. Labs, J Gramm, Jim Jonsin, JMike, Juicy J, Kane Beatz, Luca Polizzi, Micah J Foxx, Ned Cameron, The Order, Purps, Ricky P, RMB Justize, Sledgren, Sonny Digital, Stargate, Will Dzombak, Wiz Khalifa [401]
August
19
Colton Dixon Anchor CCM, Christian rock Sparrow, 19 Adam Watts, Andy Dodd, Gannin Arnold [402]
He Is Legend Heavy Fruit Hard rock, stoner rock, alternative rock, psychedelic rock Tragic Hero Mitchell Marlow [403]
Liam Bailey Definitely Now Flying Buddha, Sony Masterworks [404]
August
25
Amy Lee Aftermath Rock Amy Lee Music, Inc Amy Lee, Dave Eggar, Chuck Palmer, Johnny Nice [405]
Ariana Grande My Everything Pop, R&B Republic Ali Payami, Antonio Dixon, Ariana Grande, Babyface, Benny Blanco, Carl Falk, Cashmere Cat, Darkchild, Giorgio Tuinfort, Harmony Samuels, Hot Sauce, Ilya, Jo Blaq, Johan Carlsson, Key Wane, Kuk Harrell, Lido, Max Martin, Noel Zancanella, Peter Carlsson, Peter Svensson, Pop & Oak, Rami, Rickard Göransson, Ryan Tedder, Sauce, Savan Kotecha, Scooter Braun, Shellback, Tommy Brown, Travis Sayles, Victoria McCants, Wayne G, Wendy Goldstein, Zedd [406]
Basement Jaxx Junto Atlantic Jaxx, PIAS Simon Ratcliffe, Felix Buxton [407]
Brad Paisley Moonshine in the Trunk Country Arista Nashville Brad Paisley, Luke Wooten [408]
Frnkiero andthe cellabration Stomachaches Alternative rock, post-hardcore, punk rock Staple Records Frank Iero [409]
G-Unit The Beauty of Independence Hip hop G-Unit Havoc, Lord Quest, Ky Miller, 45 Music, Ryan "Ryu" Alexy, D.K.A.D, Viruss Beats [410]
Opeth Pale Communion Progressive rock Roadrunner Mikael Åkerfeldt [411]
Royal Blood Royal Blood Garage rock, hard rock, blues rock, stoner rock Warner Bros. Ben Thatcher, Mike Kerr, Tom Dalgety [412]
Rustie Green Language Warp Rustie [413]
Ty Segall Manipulator Psychedelic rock, glam rock, garage rock Drag City [414]
Yandel Legacy: De Líder a Leyenda Tour Reggaeton Sony Music Latin Earcandy, Haze, Knightrydaz, Madmusick, Nely, Tainy [415]
August
26
The New Pornographers Brill Bruisers Indie rock Last Gang, Matador A. C. Newman, John Collins, Howard Redekopp [416]
Thousand Foot Krutch Oxygen: Inhale Nu metal, pop rock, post-grunge Aaron Sprinkle, Trevor McNevan [417]
August
27
HammerFall (r)Evolution Power metal, heavy metal Nuclear Blast Fredrik Nordström, James Michael, Oscar Dronjak, Pontus Norgren [418]
August
29
Jimmy Barnes 30:30 Hindsight Rock Liberation Music [419]
Kasey Chambers Bittersweet Country, pop Warner Bros. Nick DiDia [420]
Maroon 5 V Pop, pop rock 222, Interscope Max Martin, Ammo, Astma & Rocwell, Benny Blanco, Johan Calrsson, Cirkut, Jason Evigan, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Adam Levine, Andre Lindal, The Monsters and the Strangerz, OzGo, Shellback, Stargate, Ryan Tedder, Noel Zancanella, Noah Passovoy, Sam Martin, Isaiah Tejada, Paul Epworth, DJ Reflex, Slaptop [421]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
1
The Pierces Creation Folk rock Polydor [422]
September
2
The Color Morale Hold On Pain Ends Post-hardcore Fearless Courtney Ballard, Mike Green [423]
Counting Crows Somewhere Under Wonderland Alternative rock Capitol Brian Deck [424]
Jeezy Seen It All: The Autobiography Hip hop Def Jam, CTE World Black Metaphor, Cardo, Childish Major, Don Cannon, Drumma Boy, Frank Dukes, Hollywood Hot Sauce, Johnny Juliano, Kenoe, Lyle LeDuff, Mike Will Made It, No I.D., Trakmatik, Will-A-Fool [425]
The Killjoy Club
(Insane Clown Posse and Da Mafia 6ix)
Reindeer Games Hardcore hip hop Psychopathic DJ Paul, FNA, Insane Clown Posse, K.O.M., Kuma, Otis, Seven, T-Why [426]
Nick Carter & Jordan Knight Nick & Knight Pop Nick & Knight, Mass Appeal, BMG Mikhail Beltran, Louis Biancaniello, Nick Carter, Jamil Chammas, Alvin Garrett, Jeff Halatrax, Keith Harris, Jordan Knight, Anthony Kronfle, Andy Love, Jared Lee, Michael Mani, Mario Marchetti, Jordan Omley, Khaled Rohaim, Damon Sharpe, Marcus Siskind, Jeremy Skaller, Stereotypes, Johan "Jones" Wetterberg [427]
September
5
Banks Goddess Electronica, R&B, trip hop Harvest Tim Anderson, Lil Silva, Justin Parker, Jesse Rogg, Shlohmo, Al Shux, Sohn, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Jamie Woon [428]
Karen O Crush Songs Indie rock, lo-fi Cult [429]
Vance Joy Dream Your Life Away Indie folk, indie pop Liberation, Warner Music Ryan Hadlock, James Keogh, Edwin White, John Castle [430]
September
8
Interpol El Pintor Indie rock, post-punk revival Matador, Soft Limit Interpol [431]
The Kooks Listen Indie rock Virgin EMI Inflo, Fraser T. Smith [432]
Robert Plant Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar Folk rock, worldbeat, experimental rock, alternative rock Nonesuch, Warner Bros. Robert Plant [433]
Ryan Adams Ryan Adams Rock, alternative country PAX AM Charlie Stavish, Mike Viola, Ryan Adams [434]
September
9
Better Than Ezra All Together Now Alternative rock The End Tony Hoffer [435]
Death from Above 1979 The Physical World Noise rock Last Gang Dave Sardy [436]
Francisca Valenzuela Tajo Abierto Latin pop, pop, synth-pop Frantastic Records, Sin Anestesia Vicente Sanfuentes, Jesse Rogg, Dave Sitek, Áureo Baqueiro, Francisca Valenzuela [437]
Hiss Golden Messenger Lateness of Dancers Merge [438]
In Flames Siren Charms Alternative metal Sony Music Daniel Bergstrand, Roberto Laghi, and In Flames [439]
Jhené Aiko Souled Out Alternative R&B ARTium, Def Jam Clams Casino, Dot da Genius, Fisticuffs, Jhené Aiko, Key Wane, No I.D., Thundercat, Woodro Skillson [440]
Lecrae Anomaly Christian hip hop Reach 808xElite, Ace Harris, Alex Medina, Andy Mineo, Derek Minor, Dirty Rice, Gawvi, Jaquebeatz, Joseph Prielozny, J. Rhodes, Mashell, Nate "The BeatBreaker" Robinson, S1, Street Symphony, Vohnbeatz [441]
Lee Brice I Don't Dance Country Curb Lee Brice, Kyle Jacobs, Matt McClure, Jon Stone [442]
Meghan Trainor Title Pop, R&B Epic Kevin Kadish, Meghan Trainor [443]
Michelle Williams Journey to Freedom Contemporary gospel, R&B E1 Music, Light Michelle Williams, John Dee Hammond, Phil Thorton, Harmony Samuels, Jochen Simms, John J-C Carr [444]
Rittz Next to Nothing Hip hop Strange Music The Avengerz, Best Kept Secret, Corbin King, Five Points Music Group, Lifted, Kato, Matic Lee, Reklis Beatz, Track Bangas, T. Stoner, Seven, WLPWR [445]
Simian Mobile Disco Whorl ANTI- [446]
Switchfoot The Edge of the Earth Alternative rock lowercase people, Atlantic Neal Avron [447]
U2 Songs of Innocence Rock Island, Interscope Danger Mouse, Paul Epworth, Ryan Tedder, Declan Gaffney, Flood [448]
September
10
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators World on Fire Hard rock, heavy metal Dik Hayd International, Roadrunner Michael Baskette [449]
September
11
Lil' Kim Hard Core 2K14 Hip hop International Rock Star Records Lil' Kim
September
12
Chris Brown X R&B RCA Ambiance, Anonymous, B.A.M., Babydaddy, Mario Bakovic, Jean Baptiste, Tommy Brown, Daniel Coriglie, Count Justice, Danja, DJ Camper, Steven Franks, Free School, Freshm3n III, Glass John, Mel & Mus, Nic Nac, Dennis-Manuel Peters, PK, R. Kelly, Razihel, Roccstar, Soundz, Tra Beats
Megan Washington There There Indie rock, indie pop Megan Washington, Mercury Samuel Dixon
The Script No Sound Without Silence Pop rock, R&B Phonogenic, Columbia Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, James Barry, Andrew Frampton, Steve Kipner
September
15
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour Bring Us Together Hot Bus Records Lars Iversen
Catfish and the Bottlemen The Balcony Indie rock, alternative rock Island, Communion Music Jim Abbiss
September
16
Barbra Streisand Partners Traditional pop, vocal music Columbia Walter Afanasieff, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Bernie Herms, Jay Landers, Barbra Streisand
Flyleaf Between the Stars Alternative rock, post-grunge Loud & Proud Dave Hidek, Don Gilmore, Mark Lewis
Lowell We Loved Her Dearly
The Madden Brothers Greetings from California Pop rock, folk rock Capitol Eric Valentine, Joe Chiccarelli, The Madden Brothers
My Brightest Diamond This Is My Hand Indie rock Asthmatic Kitty Shara Worden, Zac Rae
Tim McGraw Sundown Heaven Town Country Big Machine Byron Gallimore, Tim McGraw
Train Bulletproof Picasso Rock, pop rock Columbia Amund Bjørklund, Ayb Asmar, Butch Walker, Eg White, Espen Lind, Greg Kurstin, Jake Sinclair, Whams
September
17
Wizkid Ayo Reggae, afrobeats, highlife Empire Mates, Starboy Entertainment Sarz, Shizzi, Uhuru, Del B, Dr Frabz, Maleek Berry, Legendury Beatz, Spellz, Segun Demuren, Banky W., Ayodeji Balogun
September
19
Aphex Twin Syro Electronic Warp Aphex Twin [450]
Lights Little Machines Electropop Warner Bros. Lights, Drew Pearson, Thomas "Tawgs" Salter
Professor Green Growing Up in Public British hip hop, grime Virgin Alex "Cores" Hayes, Chris Loco, Felix Joseph, Kid Harpoon, Mojam, The Futuristics, The New Royales, TMS, Yogi
Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga Cheek to Cheek Jazz, traditional pop Streamline, Interscope, Columbia Dae Bennet, Danny Bennet, Phil Ramone [451]
September
22
Alt-J This Is All Yours Infectious Charlie Andrew
September
23
Dev Bittersweet July Electropop Rica Lyfe Benny Cassette, MNDR, NanosauR, Rayintosh
Goat Commune Experimental rock, worldbeat, neo-psychedelia Sub Pop Goat [452]
Information Society Hello World Synth-pop, freestyle Hakatak International
Jennifer Hudson JHUD R&B RCA Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, DJ Terry Hunter, Gorgon City, J-Roc, Stephen Kozmeniuk, Mali Music, Nineteen85 [453]
John Coltrane Offering: Live at Temple University Free jazz Resonance
John Mellencamp Plain Spoken Americana, folk rock, roots rock, heartland rock Republic
Julian Casablancas+The Voidz Tyranny Experimental rock, noise rock, neo-psychedelia, post-punk Cult Shawn Everett
Kenny Chesney The Big Revival Country Columbia Nashville, Blue Chair Records Buddy Cannon, Kenny Chesney
Lenny Kravitz Strut Roxie Records, Kobalt Lenny Kravitz [454]
Perfume Genius Too Bright Lo-fi, pop, soul Matador Adrian Utley
September
24
Kylie Minogue and Fernando Garibay Sleepwalker Fernando Garibay
Tove Lo Queen of the Clouds Electropop Island The Struts, Klas Åhlund, Mattman and Robin, Lucas Nord, Ali Payami, Alx Reuterskiöld, Mike 'Scribz' Riley, Kyle Shearer, Captain Cuts, Daniel Ledinsky, Shellback, Hippie Sabotage, Alesso
September
26
Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes Electronica Nigel Godrich [455]
September
29
The Dø Shake Shook Shaken
Flying Colors Second Nature Mascot Label Flying Colors, Bill Evans, Rich Mouser, Jerry Guidroz, Paul Logus [456]
Gerard Way Hesitant Alien Alternative rock, Britpop Warner Bros. Doug McKean
Marmozets The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets Alternative rock, post-hardcore, math rock Roadrunner Larry Hibbitt [457]
Robin Gibb 50 St. Catherine's Drive Soul, contemporary R&B, neo soul Rhino Peter-John Vettese [458]
September
30
The Alchemist Rapper's Best Friend 3 Hip hop ALC Records The Alchemist
Blake Shelton Bringing Back the Sunshine Country Warner Bros. Nashville Scott Hendricks
Bryan Adams Tracks of My Years Rock Polydor Bryan Adams, David Foster, Bob Rock [459]
Colbie Caillat Gypsy Heart Pop rock, folk, R&B Republic Jason Reeves, Babyface, Toby Gad, Max Martin, Antonio Dixon, Julian Bunetta [460]
Electric Youth Innerworld Synth-pop Secretly Canadian, Last Gang Electric Youth, Vince Clarke, Peter Mayes [461]
Finch Back to Oblivion Post-hardcore Razor & Tie Brian Virtue [462]
J. Michael Harter Ride On GMV Nashville, Anozira Records
Lady Antebellum 747 Country Capitol Nashville Lady Antebellum, Nathan Chapman, Eric Kinney, Dave Thompson, busbee
Lucinda Williams Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone Americana, folk rock, alternative country, heartland rock Highway 20 Records Tom Overby, Greg Leisz, Lucinda Williams
Melissa Etheridge This Is M.E. Rock ME Records Jerry Wonda, RoccStar, Jerrod Bettis, Jon Levine, Melissa Etheridge
Nonpoint The Return Alternative metal Razor & Tie, Metal Blade Daniel Salcido, Nonpoint
Prince Art Official Age R&B, electro-funk NPG, Warner Bros. Prince, Joshua Welton
Prince & 3rdeyegirl Plectrumelectrum Funk rock NPG, Warner Bros. 3rdeyegirl, Prince
Roseanna Vitro Clarity: Music of Clare Fischer Vocal jazz, Afro-Cuban jazz, Brazilian jazz Random Act Records Paul Wickliffe [463]
Seth MacFarlane Holiday for Swing Christmas, traditional pop, swing, big band Republic Joel McNeely [464]
Steve Aoki Neon Future I EDM Dim Mak, Ultra Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, Tujamo, Afrojack
Wormburner Pleasant Living in Planned Communities Dive Records

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
3
Betty Who Take Me When You Go Synth-pop, indie pop RCA David Ryan Harris, Martin Johnson, Mag, Kyle Moorman, Vaughn Oliver, Brandon Paddock, Starsmith, Peter Thomas
Jamie Cullum Interlude Jazz, jazz-pop, big band Island Benedic Lamdin [465]
Tokio Hotel Kings of Suburbia Synth-pop, EDM, alternative rock Island, Polydor, De-Code LTD Bill Kaulitz, Dave Roth, David Jost, Pat Benzer, Peter Hoffmann, Rock Mafia, Tom Kaulitz
October
4
Sarah Geronimo Perfectly Imperfect Pop, R&B, EDM Viva Sarah Geronimo, Vicente Del Rosario, Adam Hurstfield [466]
October
6
Caribou Our Love Electronic, house City Slang, Merge Dan Snaith [467][468]
Flying Lotus You're Dead! Electronic, experimental, jazz fusion Warp Flying Lotus [469]
Gorgon City Sirens Deep house, dance Virgin EMI, Black Butter Gorgon City [470]
Iceage Plowing Into the Field of Love Post-punk, art punk, punk rock Matador Nis Bysted, Iceage [471]
Jessie Ware Tough Love Pop, R&B, electronica PMR, Island, Interscope BenZel, Dave Okumu, Emile Haynie, James Ford, Julio Bashmore, Nineteen85 [472]
Johnny Marr Playland Indie rock New Voodoo, Warner Bros. Doviak, Johnny Marr [473][474]
Lower Than Atlantis Lower Than Atlantis Alternative rock Sony Music Dan Lancaster
We Were Promised Jetpacks Unravelling Indie rock, pop rock FatCat Records [475][476]
A Winged Victory for the Sullen Atomos Ambient, electronic, art rock Kranky, Erased Tapes [477]
Zola Jesus Taiga Baroque pop, synth-pop, electronica Mute Nika Roza Danilova, Dean Hurley [478]
October
7
Alex & Sierra It's About Us Folk, pop Columbia The Former, Ian Franzino, Jamie Scott, Johan Carlsson, John Ryan, John Shanks, Julian Bunetta, Martin Johnson, Steve Mac, Steve Shebby, Toby Gad
Allo Darlin' We Come from the Same Place Indie pop Fortuna Pop!, Slumberland Simon Trought [479]
Godflesh A World Lit Only by Fire Industrial metal Avalanche Justin Broadrick [480]
Hozier Hozier Blues, soul, R&B, folk rock, indie rock Rubyworks, Island, Columbia Hozier, Rob Kirwan [481]
Jason Aldean Old Boots, New Dirt Country Broken Bow Michael Knox [482]
Keyshia Cole Point of No Return R&B, hip hop, soul Interscope Amadeus, DJ Mustard, Mike Will, Stargate, Tim Kelley, WillieDonut [483]
NehruvianDOOM NehruvianDOOM Hip hop Lex Madvillain, MF Doom [484]
New Found Glory Resurrection Pop punk, alternative rock Hopeless Paul Miner, New Found Glory [485]
Philip Selway Weatherhouse Art rock Bella Union Adem Ilhan, Quinta [486]
SBTRKT Wonder Where We Land Electronica, UK garage Young Turks SBTRKT [487]
Sixx:A.M. Modern Vintage Hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal Eleven Seven James Michael
Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault Rock Reprise, Warner Bros. David A. Stewart, Waddy Wachtel, Stevie Nicks [488]
Tinashe Aquarius R&B, alternative R&B, pop RCA A+, Blood Diamonds, Boi-1da, Cashmere Cat, Detail, DJ Dahi, DJ Marley Waters, DJ Mustard, Evian Christ, Jasper Cameron, Mark Kragen, Michel, Mike Will Made It, Nic Nac, The Order, Osinachi Nwaneri, Redwine, Ritz Reynolds, Sango, Stargate, SykSense, Tinashe, Vinylz [489]
Vince Staples Hell Can Wait Hip hop Artium Recordings, Def Jam [490]
Weezer Everything Will Be Alright in the End Alternative rock, pop rock Republic Ric Ocasek [491]
October
13
Ella Henderson Chapter One Pop, soul Syco Steve Mac, Steve Robson, Toby Smith, Ryan Tedder, TMS, Dapo Torimiro, Noel Zancanella [492]
Jessie J Sweet Talker Pop, R&B Lava, Republic Josh Alexander, Ammo, Diplo, David Gamson, Tricky Stewart, Kuk Harrell, Will IDAP, Rob Stevenson, Axident, Louis Biancaniello, Steve Booker, The DFRNS, Oak Felder, Godz of Analog, Ryan Vojtesak, Pop Wansel
October
14
Alexz Johnson Let 'Em Eat Cake Indie pop Laydee Spencer David Kahne, Brendan Johnson [493]
Bob Seger Ride Out Rock, heartland rock Capitol Bob Seger [494]
Exodus Blood In, Blood Out Thrash metal Nuclear Blast Exodus [495]
Florida Georgia Line Anything Goes Country Republic Nashville Joey Moi [496]
Foxygen ...And Star Power Indie rock, psychedelic folk, psychedelic pop Jagjaguwar Foxygen [497][498]
Hoodie Allen People Keep Talking Hip hop ADA Alex 'AK' Kresovich, Battleroy, Dylan McDougle, !llmind, Jared Evan, Jason Mater, Parrish Warrington, RJ Ferguson, Wade Ridenhour
Hush Danny Boy: The Life & Times of a Kid in the D Hip hop Danny Boy Records Hush, Scott Summer
Idina Menzel Holiday Wishes Christmas Warner Bros. Rob Mounsey, Walter Afanasieff [499]
Kindness Otherness Female Energy Records Jimmy Douglas [500]
KMFDM Our Time Will Come Industrial rock KMFDM, Metropolis Lucia Cifarelli, Sascha Konietzko
Mary Lambert Heart On My Sleeve [501]
Museum of Love Museum of Love DFA [502]
Nico & Vinz Black Star Elephant Hip hop, R&B Warner Bros., 5 Star Entertainment Amanuel Kidane, Kahouly Nicolay Sereba, Kouame Sereba, Magnus "Magnify" Martinsen, Petter "Walther" Walthinsen, Raymond Sereba, Stargate, Thomas Eriksen, Vincent Dery, Will IDAP [503]
OK Go Hungry Ghosts Synth-pop, power pop, disco Paracadute, BMG Dave Fridmann, Tony Hoffer [504]
Ozzy Osbourne Memoirs of a Madman Heavy metal, hard rock Epic, Legacy Black Sabbath, Bob Daisley, Duane Baron, John Purdell, Keith Olsen, Kevin Churko, Lee Kerslake, Max Norman, Michael Beinhorn, Ozzy Osbourne, Patrick Meehan, Randy Rhoads, Rodger Bain, Ron Nevison, Tim Palmer [505]
Set It Off Duality Equal Vision John Feldmann
You+Me rose ave. Folk RCA Dallas Green, Alecia Moore [506]
October
17
The Church Further/Deeper Alternative rock, neo-psychedelia, psychedelic rock, dream pop Unorthodox Records The Church, Tim Powles [507]
Dami Im Heart Beats Pop Sony Music Australia Carl Dimitaga, Dami Im, DNA Songs, Jon Hume, Louis Schoorl, Phil Buckle, Robby De Sá, Ross Fraser, Tom Coyne, Trinity
Kiesza Sound of a Woman Dance-pop, deep house, electronic, R&B Lokal Legend, Island Rami Samir Afuni, Simen & Espen, Jordan Orvosh
Nicole Scherzinger Big Fat Lie R&B, pop RCA Bart Schoudel, Carlos McKinney, Chris "Tek" O'Ryan, Felix Snow, Godz of Analog, Terius "The-Dream" Nash, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart [508]
Ricki-Lee Coulter Dance in the Rain R&B, pop, dance-pop EMI Stuart Crichton, Ricki-Lee Coulter [509]
October
20
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead IX Alternative rock Superball Chris "Frenchie" Smith [510][511][512]
Ben Howard I Forget Where We Were Folk, indie folk, ambient, shoegaze Island, tôt Ou tard, Republic Ben Howard, Chris Bond
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib Knicks (Remix) Hip hop, jazz Madlib Invazion Madlib
The Ting Tings Super Critical Disco, funk, pop Finca Records Andy Taylor [513]
Thurston Moore The Best Day Alternative rock, noise rock Matador Thurston Moore
October
21
Annie Lennox Nostalgia Soul, jazz Island Annie Lennox, Don Was, Mike Stevens [514]
Blaze Ya Dead Homie Gang Rags: Reborn Horrorcore, gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop Majik Ninja, Grundy Blaze Ya Dead Homie, The Dead Beatz, Jamie Madrox, Seven
Boyz II Men Collide R&B BMG, MSM Music Group Aaron Pearce, Adam Pallin, Alvin Isaacs, Ambience, Anthony L. Saunders, The Composer, De Red Boyz, Dem Jointz, Emile Ghantous, Fisherman Project, Fridolin, Full Blown Entertainment, Jim Beanz, John Ryan, Keith Hetrick, Lucas Secon, Matt Radosevich, Machel Montano, Mizzle, The Monsters and the Strangerz, The Page Brothers, Steve Daly, Synematik
Bush Man on the Run Alternative rock, post-grunge Zuma Rock Records Gavin Rossdale, Jay Baumgardner, Nick Raskulinecz [515]
Cold War Kids Hold My Home Indie rock Downtown Dann Gallucci, Lars Stalfors [516]
Little Big Town Pain Killer Country Capitol Nashville Jay Joyce, Scott Johnson [517]
Logic Under Pressure Hip hop Visionary Music Group, Def Jam 6ix, Alkebulan, Arthur McArthur, DJ Dahi, DJ Khalil, Dun Deal, Jake One, Kevin Randolph, Logic, M-Phazes, No I.D., Rob Knox, S1, Skhye Hutch, Swiff D, Tae Beast, Terrace Martin [518][519]
Mark Lanegan Phantom Radio Alternative rock Vagrant Alain Johannes [520]
Pepe Aguilar MTV Unplugged Ranchera Emmanuel del Real [521]
Primus Primus & the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble Experimental rock ATO, Prawn Song Les Claypool [522]
Slipknot .5: The Gray Chapter Heavy metal, nu metal, alternative metal Roadrunner Greg Fidelman, Slipknot [523]
Susan Boyle Hope Adult contemporary Syco, Sony Music Ash Howes, Cliff Masterson, Ken Watts, Kennedy Aitchison, Steve Anderson [524]
T.I. Paperwork Hip hop Grand Hustle, Columbia Pharrell Williams, The Beat Bully, DJ Mustard, DJ Toomp, The-Dream, Jazzfeezy, Kenoe, London on da Track, Mars, Sak Pase, Steve Samson, Tommy Brown, Tricky Stewart, Ace Harris [525]
October
24
Terje Isungset & Arve Henriksen World Of Glass Jazz All Ice Arve Henriksen, Terje Isungset [526]
October
27
Black Veil Brides Black Veil Brides Hard rock, glam metal Lava, Universal Republic Bob Rock [527]
Chris Tomlin Love Ran Red CCM, worship sixstepsrecords Brad O'Donnell, Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Louie Giglio, Shelley Giglio, Stephen Leiweke [528]
Danity Kane DK3 R&B, pop Stereotypes, BMG, Mass Appeal The Clutch, Dem Jointz, The Stereotypes, Taylor Parks [529]
Devin Townsend Progressive metal, industrial metal, progressive rock, experimental rock, new-age HevyDevy Devin Townsend [530]
Mystery Skulls Forever Warner Bros. Cory Kilduff, John LaMonica, Luis Dubuc [531]
Rancid Honor Is All We Know Punk rock, ska punk Hellcat, Epitaph Brett Gurewitz [532]
Taylor Swift 1989 Pop, dance-pop, synth-pop Big Machine Ali Payami, Greg Kurstin, Imogen Heap, Jack Antonoff, Mattman & Robin, Max Martin, Nathan Chapman, Noel Zancanella, Ryan Tedder, Shellback, Taylor Swift [533]
Transatlantic KaLIVEoscope Progressive rock Radiant, Metal Blade, Inside Out Transatlantic [534]
October
28
At the Gates At War with Reality Melodic death metal Century Media Fredrik Nordström [535]
Dillon Francis Money Sucks, Friends Rule Electro house, EDM, synth-pop, trap, moombahton Columbia, Mad Decent Ammo, Billboard, Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, KSHMR, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, Oligee, Sultan + Shepard, TJR [536]
Dionne Warwick Feels So Good Soul Bright Music [537]
The Flaming Lips With a Little Help from My Fwends Psychedelic rock, neo-psychedelia Warner Bros. Scott Booker, The Flaming Lips [538]
Lagwagon Hang Punk rock, skate punk, pop punk, melodic hardcore Fat Wreck Chords Joey Cape, Bill Stevenson, Angus Cooke, Thom Flowers [539]
Live The Turn Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock Think Loud Recordings Jerry Harrison, Live [540]
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels 2 Hip hop Mass Appeal, RED Boots, El-P, Little Shalimar, Wilder Zoby [541]
She & Him Classics Indie pop, jazz Columbia M. Ward [542]
October
30
M.I The Chairman Hip hop Chocolate City, Loopy Music Audu Maikori, Frank Edwards, G-Plus, L-37, M.I, Paul Okeugo, Pheelz, Reinhard, Sammy Gyang, Sarz, VSTOL, Yahaya Maikori [543]
October
31
Calvin Harris Motion EDM, electro house Fly Eye, Columbia Calvin Harris, Alesso, Ariel Rechtshaid, Firebeatz, R3hab, Ummet Ozcan [544]
Cavalera Conspiracy Pandemonium Thrash metal, death metal Napalm Max Cavalera [545]
Copeland Ixora Alternative rock, indie pop Tooth & Nail Aaron Marsh [546]
Grouper Ruins Indie folk, ambient Kranky Liz Harris [547]
Lordi Scare Force One Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock AFM Mikko Karmila [548]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
3
Simple Minds Big Music Pop rock, synth-pop Sony Music Andy Wright, Gavin Goldberg, Owen Parker, Simple Minds, Steve Osborne [549]
November
4
Billy Talent Hits Alternative rock, punk rock post-hardcore Warner Music Canada Brendan O'Brien, Gavin Brown, Howard Benson, Ian D'Sa
Bette Midler It's the Girls! Traditional pop, vocal music Warner Music Marc Shaiman, Scott Riesett [550]
The Doobie Brothers Southbound Country rock Arista Nashville David Huff [551]
Joe Budden Some Love Lost Hip hop Mood Muzik Entertainment, E1 8 Bars, The Breed, DJ Pain 1, Karon Graham [552]
Mother Mother Very Good Bad Thing Indie rock Universal Music Canada, Def Jam Gavin Brown [553]
Psychostick IV: Revenge of the Vengeance Comedy rock Rock Ridge Joshua Key, Patrick Murphy, Psychostick [554]
November
5
Shiina Ringo Hi Izuru Tokoro Pop, rock, jazz EMI Japan Shiina Ringo [555]
November
6
Azealia Banks Broke with Expensive Taste Dance-pop, house rap Azealia Banks, Prospect Park AraabMuzik, Apple Juice Kid, Ariel Pink, Boddika, Enon, Lazy Jay, Lil Internet, Lone, Machinedrum, M. J. Cole, Oskar Cartaya, Pearson Sound, Pop Wansel, SCNTST, Sup Doodle, Yung Skeeter [556]
November
7
Albatrosh Night Owl Jazz Rune Grammofon [557]
Cheryl Only Human Electronic, pop, R&B Polydor Jocke Åhlund, Kevin Anyaeji, Dawood, James Draper, Electric, Scott Hoffman, The Invisible Men, Greg Kurstin, Cass Lowe, Oligee, Red Triangle, Matt Schwartz, Lucas Secon, Jesse Shatkin, Wayne Wilkins [558]
iamamiwhoami Blue Synth-pop, dream pop To whom it may concern. Claes Björklund, Jonna Lee
Knife Party Abandon Ship Electro house Earstorm Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen [559]
Machine Head Bloodstone & Diamonds Groove metal, thrash metal Nuclear Blast Robb Flynn, Juan Urteaga [560]
Pink Floyd The Endless River Progressive rock Parlophone, Columbia David Gilmour, Martin Glover, Andy Jackson, Phil Manzanera [561][562]
Röyksopp The Inevitable End Downtempo, ambient, synth-pop Dog Triumph Röyksopp [563]
November
10
Foo Fighters Sonic Highways Rock, alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock RCA Butch Vig [564]
Queen Queen Forever Rock Virgin EMI, Hollywood Queen, William Orbit, Christopher P Thomas
Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances R&B, soul, pop, gospel Legacy [565]
November
11
AOA Like a Cat K-pop, electropop, dance-pop FNC Entertainment Brave Brothers
Big K.R.I.T. Cadillactica Hip hop Def Jam, Cinematic Music Group Alex da Kid, Big K.R.I.T., DJ Dahi, DJ Khalil, Finatik N Zac, Jim Jonsin, Raphael Saadiq, Rico Love, Terrace Martin [566]
The Birthday Massacre Superstition Synthrock Metropolis Michael Falcore, Michael Rainbow
Garth Brooks Man Against Machine Country pop, pop rock Pearl, RCA Nashville Mark Miller [567]
Nick Jonas Nick Jonas R&B, pop rock Island C. Taylor, Chase Foster, David Massey, Ian Kirkpatrick, Jason Evigan, John Feldmann, John Ryan, Michel Heyaca, Nick Monson, Nick Jonas, Nick Ruth, Robopop, Sebastian Kornelius Gautier Teigen, Sir Nolan [568]
November
14
Monster Magnet Milking the Stars: A Re-Imagining of Last Patrol Stoner rock Napalm Dave Wyndorf, Phil Caivano [569]
November
17
Ariel Pink pom pom Art rock, Psychedelic pop 4AD Ariel Pink [570]
Bryan Ferry Avonmore Electropop, pop, sophisti-pop, pop rock BMG Bryan Ferry, Johnson Somerset, Rhett Davies, Todd Terje [571]
Bella Thorne Jersey Pop, R&B, dance-pop Hollywood Bobby Brackins, Dreamlab, Ian Kirkpatrick, Kool Kojak, Paro, Razor N Guido [572]
In This Moment Black Widow Gothic metal, alternative metal, industrial metal Atlantic Kevin Churko [573]
Nickelback No Fixed Address Post-grunge, alternative rock, hard rock, alternative metal Republic Nickelback, Chris Baseford, Brian Howes, Jason "JVP" van Poederooyen, Gordon "Gordini" Sran [574]
Gemma Hayes Bones + Longing Indie pop, indie rock, indie folk, folk rock Chasing Dragons Dave Odlum, Gemma Hayes
One Direction Four Pop Syco Julian Bunetta, Pär Westerlund, John Ryan, Teddy Geiger, Steve Robson, Matt Rad, Jamie Scott, Ian Franzino, Afterhrs, Sam Miller, Alexander Oriet, Ben "Bengineer" Chang [575][576]
Various Artists The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Pop, electronic, hip hop Republic Lorde [577]
November
18
Gong I See You Rock Snapper Orlando Monday Allen, Daevid Allen, Dave Sturt
Kristin Chenoweth Coming Home Country, pop, classical Concord Jay Krugman [578]
Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil Goliath Alternative rock, CCM, new wave revival Splint Entertainment Steve Taylor, Danny Seim
TV on the Radio Seeds Art rock, indie rock, synth-pop, funk Harvest Dave Sitek [579]
November
21
Boyzone Dublin to Detroit Soul East West Brian Rawling, Paul Meehan [580]
David Guetta Listen EDM, pop, electro, trap What A Music, Parlophone, Atlantic Afrojack, Andrew Frampton, Austin Bisnow, Avicii, Daddy's Groove, Danny O'Donoghue, David Guetta, Ester Dean, Frédéric Riesterer, Giorgio Tuinfort, Jason Evigan, Jean-Charles Carre, Lukas Loules, Marcus van Wattum, Nicky Romero, Ralph Wegner, Sam Martin, Showtek, Stadiumx, Sultan & Shepard [581]
Ellen Andrea Wang Diving Pop, jazz Propeller [582]
Guy Sebastian Madness Pop, adult contemporary, R&B Sony Music Australia Boots Ottestad, Guy Sebastian, Khris Lorenz, Louis Schoorl, M-Phazes, Matt Rad, Mario Marchetti, MdL, ProJay, Shuko & Freedo, Tom Meredith, Twice as Nice
Olly Murs Never Been Better Pop Epic, Syco Jason Evigan, Steve Robson, Martin Johnson, Daniel Davidsen, Cutfather, Ryan Tedder, Tom Barnes, Pete Kelleher, Ben Kohn, Steve Mac, Paul Weller, Jamie Scott, Matt Prime, Future Cut, Dan Book, Kyle Moorman, Brandon Paddock, Peter Wallevik, David Quiñones, TommyD, Noel Zancanella, TMS, Banx & Ranx, Ian Kirkpatrick, Toby Gad [583]
Rise of the Northstar Welcame Crossover thrash, groove metal, rap metal Nuclear Blast Rise of the Northstar [584]
The Veronicas The Veronicas Pop rock Sony Australia Alex Shield, Chris Loco, DNA, Dreamlab, Martin Hansen, Nellee Hooper, Roger Alan Nichols, Ruffian, Sandy Chila, Toby Gad [585]
November
24
Beyoncé Beyoncé: Platinum Edition Alternative R&B, pop Parkwood, Columbia Beyoncé, Bobby Johnson, Boots, Cook Classics, Detail, Geoffro, HazeBanga, Hit-Boy, J-Roc, Key Wane, Noah "40" Shebib, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams
Iggy Azalea Reclassified Hip hop Virgin EMI, Def Jam 1st Down, 86, The Arcade, Boots, Dabin & Apashe, Darryl Reid, The Invisible Men, Joey Dyer, The Messengers, Reeva & Black, Saltwives, Stargate, Watch The Duck, WoodysProduce
Kelis Live in London R&B Concert Live
Mary J. Blige The London Sessions R&B, UK garage, deep house, soul, grime Capitol, Matriarch Mary J. Blige, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Jimmy Napes, Stephen Fitzmaurice, Eg White, Sam Romans, Disclosure, Craze and Hoax, Knox Brown, M. J. Cole, Naughty Boy, Marc Kinchen, Shakavelli [586]
Pitbull Globalization Hip hop, house Mr. 305, Polo Grounds, RCA A.C, Andrew Cedar, Armando Christian Pérez, Axident, Charles Chavez, Cirkut, DJ Frank E, DJ Noodles, Dr. Luke, Jason Evigan, JMIKE, Joe London, John Ryan, Jump Smokers, Kinetics & One Love, Lifted, Max Martin, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Ricky Reed, Thomas Troelsen [587]
R.E.M. REMTV Alternative rock Rhino
Rick Ross Hood Billionaire Hip hop Maybach, Def Jam, Slip-n-Slide Rick Ross, Sean Combs, DJ Khaled, Timbaland, DJ Toomp, Metro Boomin, Beat Billionaire, Big K.R.I.T., Cardiak, CritaCal, Lex Luger, Deedotwill, V12 The Hitman, MoneyBag$, Tracy Tyler, Ben Billions, Bassivity, The Remedy Production Group, Eddie 'eMIX' Hernandez [588]
Selena Gomez For You Dance-pop Hollywood Andrew Bolooki, Boy Lightning, The Cataracs, Dan Brook, Dave Audé, David Kuncio, Devrim Karaoglu, Dreamlab, Dubkiller, Emanuel Kiriakou, Ester Dean, Halatrax, Humberto Gatica, Kevin Rudolf, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Rock Mafia, Stargate, Stefan Abingdon, SuperSpy, Ted Bruner, Toby Gad, Thomas Armato Sturges, Trey Vittetoe
Various artists I'll Be Home For Christmas Christmas Epic, Sony John Alagía, Chris "Flict" Aparri, Sergio Aranda, Claudia Brant, Jon Brion, Dernst "D'Mile" Emile II, Kevin Kadish, Chris Kuffner, L.A. Reid, Meghan Trainor [589]
Various artists Shady XV Hip hop Shady, Interscope AraabMuzik, Apex, The Audibles, Boi-1da, Brandon "Dirtybird" Parrott, Conrad Clifton, DJ Premier, Dr. Dre, Emile Haynie, Eminem, Felix Flint, J-Praize, Jeff Bass, John Hill, Just Blaze, Katalyst, Luis Resto, Marv Von, The Maven Boys, Mike Elizondo, Mr. Porter, Mr. Pyro, Scott Storch, Statik Selektah, WillPower, Witt & Pep [590]
November
25
Alexandra Stan Unlocked Dance, techno, pop, R&B Victor Entertainment Corp, Ultra Alexandru Cotoi, Anton Kuhl, Axident, Erik Lidbom, Gabriel Huiban, Ionuț Adrian Radu, Kyle Coleman, Lukas Hällgren, Mika Moupondo, Prince Chrishan, Sebastian J., Șerban Cazan, Victor Bourosu
Tiziano Ferro TZN - The Best of Tiziano Ferro Pop, R&B Universal Michele Canova [591]
Your Old Droog Your Old Droog Hip hop Droog Recordings [592]
November
26
BIGBANG The Best of Big Bang 2006-2014 K-pop, J-pop, dance-pop YGEX G-Dragon, Teddy Park [593]
November
28
Justice Crew Live by the Words Pop Sony Music Australia Jay Sean
Parquet Courts Content Nausea Indie rock, post-punk What's Your Rupture? [594]

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
1
Take That III Pop, pop rock Polydor AFSHeeN, Greg Kurstin, Jeff Lynne, John Shanks, Josh Cumbee, Mattman & Robin, Stuart Price, WTNSS [595]
December
2
AC/DC Rock or Bust Hard rock Albert, Columbia Brendan O'Brien [596]
Walk the Moon Talking Is Hard Alternative RCA Tim Pagnotta [597]
December
3
PartyNextDoor PNDCOLOURS Alternative R&B OVO Sound G Ry, Kenny Larz, PartyNextDoor
December
8
Robbie Williams Under the Radar Volume 1 Britpop, pop, pop rock Pharrell Candy Flip, Daft Dog, Flynn Francis, Guy Chambers, Jeremy Meehan, Richard Flack, Tim Metcalfe, WTNSS [598]
Union J You Got It All – The Album Pop Epic, Syco Duck Blackwell, Jack McManus, James F. Reynolds, Jamie Scott, Joe London, Jon Maguire, Josh Wilkinson, Matt Rad, Matt Schwartz, Oh, Hush!, Peter Steengard, Phil Cook, Red Triangle, Ricky Reed, Simon Katz, Tim Powell, Toby Smith [599]
December
9
Angels & Airwaves The Dream Walker Alternative rock, space rock To The Stars Inc. Aaron Rubin, Tom DeLonge [600]
Carrie Underwood Greatest Hits: Decade #1 Country Sony Music Nashville Desmond Child, Frank Rogers, Mark Bright
Ivy Queen Vendetta: First Round Merengue, hip hop, dancehall Siente Music Echo, Ladkani Beats, O'Nell Flow, Milliano Music, DJ Nelson
J. Cole 2014 Forest Hills Drive Hip hop Dreamville, Roc Nation, Columbia Cardiak, CritaCal, Dre Charles, Elite, Illmind, J. Cole, JProof, Mark Pitts, Nick Paradise, Organized Noize, Phonix Beats, Pop Wansel, Ron Gilmore, Vinylz, Willie B
K. Michelle Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? R&B, soul Atlantic Andrew 'Hitdrew' Clifton, B.A.M., Eric Hudson, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, J. Schmugge, Jerry Duplessis, Jesse "Corparal" Wilson, Lil' Ronnie, Pop & Oak, Ronald "Flippa" Colson, Sauce, Shea Taylor, Soundz, Steve Ace [601]
PRhyme (Royce da 5'9" & DJ Premier) PRhyme Hip hop PRhyme Records DJ Premier [602]
The Smashing Pumpkins Monuments to an Elegy Alternative rock BMG Billy Corgan, Howard Willing, Jeff Schroeder [603]
December
10
Dir en grey Arche Experimental metal, progressive metal Firewall Div., Gan-Shin
December
15
Charli XCX Sucker Pop punk, power pop, punk rock Asylum, Atlantic, Neon Gold Rostam Batmanglij, Patrik Berger, Benny Blanco, Cashmere Cat, Stefan Gräslund, John Hill, Jerry James, Greg Kurstin, Steve Mac, Justin Raisen, Jarrad Rogers, Stargate, Naughty Boy, Justin Raisen, Ariel Rechtshaid, Young & Sick, Mikko Gordon [604]
D'Angelo and The Vanguard Black Messiah Soul, funk, R&B, rock RCA D'Angelo, Questlove, Pino Palladino, James Gadson
Nicki Minaj The Pinkprint Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money, Republic A.C., Alex da Kid, Allen Ritter, Andrew Wansel, Anonymous, Arch Tha Boss, Beyoncé, Boi-1da, Breyan Isaac, Cardo, Chinza//Fly, Cirkut, Da Internz, Darhyl "Hey DJ" Camper, Jr., Detail, Dr. Luke, Hit-Boy, Hitmaka, JMIKE, Johnny Juliano, Kane Beatz, Keith Harris, The Mad Violinist, Mike Will Made It, Nicki Minaj, Nineteen85, The Order, Parker Ighile, Polow da Don, Rob Holladay, Shama "Sak Pase" Joseph, Skooly, TODAY, Vinylz, Warren Felder, will.i.am, Yex, Zaytoven [605][606]
December
16
Ludacris Burning Bridges Hip hop Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam Alex da Kid, Bigg D, DJ Pain 1, Ludacris, Steven Q-Beatz, T-Minus
Starbomb Player Select Comedy hip hop, synth-pop, nerdcore Brian Wecht
December
17
Tohoshinki With J-pop, dance Avex Trax Andreas Öhrn, Andrew Underberg, BNA Productions, Caesar & Loui, Chris Wahle, Fredrik Jernberg, James Winchester, Lee Soo-man, Lubo Slavicek, Matthew Tishler, Max Matsuura, Nam So-young, Nicklas Eklund, Olof Lindskog, Peter Gordeno, Ryuhei Chiba, TAKAROT, UTA, Yoo Young-jin [607]
December
19
JMSN JMSN (Blue Album) White Room Recordstake JMSN

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