List of 2017 albums

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The following is a list of music albums, EPs, and mixtapes released in 2017. These are notable albums, defined as having received significant coverage from reliable sources independent of the subject.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2017 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
1
Brian Eno Reflection Ambient Warp [1]
Chief Keef Two Zero One Seven Drill Glo Gang, RBC Records, eOne Music [2]
January
2
AOA Angel's Knock K-pop, electropop, dance-pop FNC Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
S.E.S. Remember R&B, new jack swing, ballad, jazz, dance S.M. Entertainment, KT Music
January
3
Akdong Musician Winter K-pop, folk YG Entertainment, KT Music
April Prelude K-pop, synth-pop, R&B DSP Media, LOEN Entertainment
January
4
Pink Guy Pink Season Comedy hip hop Pink Records
January
6
Chasing Safety Nomad Metalcore, post-hardcore Outerloop [3]
Dropkick Murphys 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory Celtic punk, folk punk Born & Bred Records
Gone Is Gone Echolocation Black Dune, Rise [4]
Halestorm Reanimate 3.0: The Covers EP Hard rock Atlantic
Jipsta Ban2oozle Dance, hip hop, pop Bandoozle Beatz
NCT 127 Limitless K-pop, R&B, dance-pop, EDM, trap, hip hop S.M. Entertainment, KT Music
Sundara Karma Youth Is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect Indie rock, new wave, synth-pop, pop rock Chess Club Records [5]
You Me at Six Night People Hard rock , rock and roll Virgin, Prospect Park, BMG
January
8
David Bowie No Plan Columbia, Sony Music [6]
January
11
Band-Maid Just Bring It Hard rock, heavy metal Nippon Crown, JPU
Hello Venus Mystery of Venus Swing, R&B, Hip hop Fantagio
One Ok Rock Ambitions Alternative rock A-Sketch, Amuse, Inc., Fueled by Ramen
January
12
Pabllo Vittar Vai Passar Mal Pop BMT
The Teskey Brothers Half Mile Harvest Half Mile Harvest Recordings, Decca, Ivy League [7]
January
13
Bonobo Migration Electronic, downtempo Ninja Tune [8]
Code Orange Forever Metalcore Roadrunner [9]
Colony House Only the Lonely Rock, blues RCA [10]
Danny Gokey Rise CCM BMG
The Flaming Lips Oczy Mlody Neo-psychedelia, electronic, experimental rock, dream pop Warner Bros., Bella Union [11]
Flo Morrissey and Matthew E. White Gentlewoman, Ruby Man Indie rock Glassnote [12]
Gotthard Silver Hard rock G Records [13]
Grave Digger Healed by Metal Heavy metal, power metal Napalm
Grayson/Reed Walk Christian pop, Christian rock, worship, pop rock Centricity
John Abercrombie Quartet Up and Coming Jazz ECM
Julie Byrne Not Even Happiness Contemporary folk Ba Da Bing, Basin Rock [14]
The McClymonts Endless Country Universal Music [15]
Natalie Hemby Puxico Country GetWrucke Productions
Pain of Salvation In the Passing Light of Day Progressive rock, progressive metal Inside Out
PnB Rock GTTM: Goin Thru the Motions Hip hop EMPIRE, Atlantic [16]
The Regrettes Feel Your Feelings Fool! Punk rock Warner Music [17]
Rick Wakeman Piano Portraits Classical Universal Music
Sean Danielsen Product of Isolation Alternative rock
Sepultura Machine Messiah Groove metal, thrash metal, death metal Nuclear Blast [18]
Wiley Godfather Grime Chasing The Art [19]
The xx I See You Indie rock, dream pop, alternative dance Young Turks [20]
January
17
CLC Crystyle Dance pop, EDM, trap Cube Entertainment, CJ E&M Music
Jessie James Decker Gold Country pop Epic
Seohyun Don't Say No Dance pop, R&B S.M. Entertainment, KT Music
January
18
E-Girls E.G. Crazy J-pop, EDM, dance Rhythm Zone
Ok Taec-yeon Taecyeon Special: Winter Hitori J-pop Epic Japan
January
20
AFI AFI Punk rock, post-punk Concord
As It Is okay. Pop punk Fearless
As Lions Selfish Age Rock Better Noise [21]
Austra Future Politics Synth-pop, new wave, house Domino
Cherry Glazerr Apocalipstick Indie rock Secretly Canadian
Dune Rats The Kids Will Know It's Bullshit Pop punk Ratbag Records
Firewind Immortals Power metal Century Media [22]
Foxygen Hang Baroque pop, glam rock Jagjaguwar
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Modern Ruin Alternative rock, hardcore punk, punk rock International Death Cult
J-Ax and Fedez Comunisti col Rolex Pop-rap Sony Music
Jacob Sartorius The Last Text EP Pop T3 Music Group [23]
John Mayer The Search for Everything: Wave One Blues, pop, rock, soul Columbia
Kasey Chambers Dragonfly Country Warner Bros., Sugar Hill
Loyle Carner Yesterday's Gone Hip hop Virgin EMI
Menace Beach Lemon Memory Surf punk, indie rock Memphis
Mick Harvey Intoxicated Women Mute [24]
Mike Oldfield Return to Ommadawn Progressive rock, world music, folk Virgin EMI
Nicky Jam Fénix Reggaeton Pina Records
Palisades Palisades Rise [25]
Starset Vessels Hard rock, progressive rock, electronic rock Razor & Tie [26]
Uniform Wake in Fright Noise rock, industrial rock, industrial metal Sacred Bones [27]
William Basinski A Shadow in Time Ambient, drone 2062 Records, Temporary Residence [28]
January
23
Neil Cicierega Mouth Moods Mashup, remix [29]
January
24
Suzy Yes? No? K-pop, R&B, soul JYP Entertainment, KT Music [30]
January
27
Allison Crutchfield Tourist in This Town Synth-pop, pop rock, indie rock Merge
Annihilator Triple Threat Thrash metal UDR Music
Aquilo Silhouettes Electronica, dream pop Island
Barry Zito No Secrets Country Childlike Productions
Bell Biv DeVoe Three Stripes Hip hop, R&B eOne Music
Brantley Gilbert The Devil Don't Sleep Country rock, rock Valory Music
Brian & Jenn Johnson After All These Years Worship, CCM Bethel Music
Cloud Nothings Life Without Sound Indie rock, post-hardcore, noise rock, punk rock Carpark, Wichita
Deaf Havana All These Countless Nights Rock SO Recordings
Ellie Holcomb Red Sea Road CCM Full Heart [31][32]
Japandroids Near to the Wild Heart of Life Indie rock, noise pop, garage punk, pop punk Anti-
John Craigie No Rain, No Rose Folk, indie folk, Americana, pop punk Zabriskie Point Records
Kehlani SweetSexySavage Alternative R&B Atlantic
Kellermensch Goliath Experimental rock, art rock Universal, Persona Non Grata
Kreator Gods of Violence Thrash metal Nuclear Blast
Lauren Alaina Road Less Traveled Country Mercury Nashville, Interscope, 19
Lucy Spraggan I Hope You Don't Mind Me Writing Pop CTRL Records [33]
Matt Martians The Drum Chord Theory Trip hop, neo soul, experimental hip hop, psychedelic R&B, electronic Three Quarter
Matthew Shipp Trio Piano Song Jazz Thirsty Ear
Migos Culture Hip hop, trap Quality Control, 300, Atlantic, Because Music
P.O.S Chill, Dummy Hip hop, alternative hip hop Doomtree
Priests Nothing Feels Natural Punk rock Sister Polygon
Shinee Five Pop, pop rock, teen pop EMI Records Japan
Stephen Pearcy Smash Frontiers Music SRL
Train A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat Pop Columbia
Ty Segall Ty Segall Garage rock Drag City
Whitney Rose South Texas Suite Country Six Shooter, Thirty Tigers
Xandria Theater of Dimensions Symphonic metal, power metal Napalm
January
30
Riff Raff Aquaberry Aquarius Hip hop Neon Nation Corporation, BMG, Warner, ADA
January
31
Emika Melanfonie Emika Records [34]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
1
Red Velvet Rookie Pop S.M. Entertainment
Zion.T OO R&B, soul The Black Label
February
3
Big Sean I Decided. Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam [35]
Big Wreck Grace Street Rock Anthem, Warner Music Canada
Black Star Riders Heavy Fire Hard rock Nuclear Blast [36]
Dave Hause Bury Me in Philly Rock, alternative rock, heartland rock, Americana Rise
Elbow Little Fictions Alternative rock Polydor
G4 G4 Love Songs Operatic pop Amick Productions [37]
Homeshake Fresh Air R&B, Synth-pop Royal Mountain, Sinderlyn
Iron Reagan Crossover Ministry Crossover thrash Relapse
Julian Cope Drunken Songs Rock Head Heritage
Kari Jobe The Garden Worship Sparrow, KAJE
The Knocks Testify EP EDM, nu-disco, dance-pop Big Beat, Neon Gold
Lower Than Atlantis Safe in Sound Rock Easy Life Records [38]
The Menzingers After the Party Punk rock, heartland rock Epitaph [39]
Moon Duo Occult Architecture Vol. 1 Sacred Bones [40]
Ocean Grove The Rhapsody Tapes Nu metal, hardcore punk, grunge UNFD [41]
Reba McEntire Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope Country, gospel Nash Icon, Rockin' R Records, Capitol CMG [42]
RuPaul Remember Me: Essential, Vol. 1 RuCo Inc. [43]
Sampha Process Electronic Young Turks [44]
Sofía Reyes Louder! Latin pop Warner Music Latina [45]
Surfer Blood Snowdonia Indie rock, surf music Joyful Noise [46]
Syd Fin Alternative R&B Columbia [47]
Wyclef Jean J'ouvert Hip hop Heads Music [48]
February
8
Kyuhyun One Voice J-pop Avex Trax, S.M. Entertainment [49]
Takuto Scapegoat J-pop, rock Being Inc. [50]
February
9
Two-9 FRVR Hip hop EarDrummers, Interscope [51]
February
10
Aaron Carter Love Pop, electronic Sony Music, Z Entertainment [52]
Adam Brand Get On Your Feet Country Adam Brand, ABC Music, Universal Music Australia
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Zombies on Broadway Pop Vanguard
Blackfield Blackfield V Art rock, alternative rock Kscope
Brett Young Brett Young Country, contemporary folk Big Machine Label Group
Carousel Kings Charm City Pop punk Victory [53]
Chuck Prophet Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins Rock Yep Roc
Ermal Meta Vietato morire Pop Mescal
Jesca Hoop Memories Are Now Sub Pop [54]
Jess & Matt Belmont Street Pop Sony Music Australia
Lupe Fiasco Drogas Light Hip hop 1st & 15th, Thirty Tigers [55]
Michael Bolton Songs of Cinema Pop Frontiers
Mother Mother No Culture Indie rock Universal Music Canada, Def Jam
Nicolas Kummert La diversité Jazz Edition [56]
Nines One Foot Out British hip hop XL [57]
Oleta Adams Third Set Jazz
Overkill The Grinding Wheel Thrash metal eOne Music, Nuclear Blast
Quelle Chris Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often Hip hop MMG [58]
Rag'n'Bone Man Human Soul, blues Columbia, Sony Music
Rosalía Los ángeles Nuevo flamenco Universal Music Spain
Save Ferris Checkered Past Ska punk Withyn Records
Steamchicken Look Both Ways Jazz, roots, cèilidh, dance Chicken Records
Thievery Corporation The Temple of I & I Electronic ESL Music [59]
Thunder Rip It Up Hard rock earMUSIC [60]
Thundamentals Everyone We Know High Depth [61]
Una Healy The Waiting Game Pop, folk, country Decca, Universal
Uppermost Origins (2011-2016) EDM Uppwind
Various artists Fifty Shades Darker: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Electro, R&B, electropop Universal Studios, Republic
Young Bleed Livin' Hip hop Trap Door Entertainment, Team Mashn' Entertainment
February
13
Bohemia Skull & Bones:The Final Chapter Desi hip hop T-Series [62]
February
14
Keke Wyatt Keke Covers R&B Aratek Entertainment
February
15
Mai Kuraki Smile J-pop, R&B, rock, dance Northern Music
February
16
Jovi 16 Wives Mboko New Bell Music
February
17
Alison Krauss Windy City Country Capitol
Amy Macdonald Under Stars Pop rock, soft rock Melodramatic, Mercury, Vertigo
Animal Collective The Painters Experimental pop Domino [63]
Battle Beast Bringer of Pain Heavy metal, power metal Nuclear Blast [64]
Bebe Rexha All Your Fault: Pt. 1 Pop Warner Bros. [65]
Blutengel Leitbild Futurepop, dark wave Out of Line [66]
Busby Marou Postcards from the Shell House Warner Music Australia [67]
Charlie Wilson In It to Win It R&B RCA [68]
Dutch Uncles Big Balloon Art pop, post-punk Memphis Industries [69]
Edenbridge The Great Momentum Symphonic metal, power metal SPV/Steamhammer [70]
Eisley I'm Only Dreaming Indie pop Equal Vision
Fat Joe and Remy Ma Plata O Plomo Hip hop Terror Squad, Mr. 305 Inc., Empire
Flume Skin Companion EP 2 Electronic, glitch hop, wonky, experimental Mom + Pop, Future Classic
Frontier Ruckus Enter the Kingdom Folk rock, indie pop Sitcom Universe, Loose
Future Future Hip hop, trap A1, Freebandz, Epic
Jens Lekman Life Will See You Now Indie rock Secretly Canadian
Jidenna The Chief Hip hop Wondaland, Epic, Sony Music
Joel Plaskett and Bill Plaskett Solidarity Folk rock Pheromone
Jonwayne Rap Album Two Hip hop Authors Recording Company
Katie Noonan and Karin Schaupp Songs of the Latin Skies Jazz, classical, pop Kin Music
Massive Ego Beautiful Suicide Darkwave, electronic Out of Line [71]
Nikki Lane Highway Queen Americana, outlaw country New West
Once Human Evolution Melodic death metal earMUSIC, eOne Music [72]
The Orwells Terrible Human Beings Garage punk, garage rock Canvasback Music, Atlantic
The Raveonettes 2016 Atomized Shoegazing, noise pop, post-punk revival The Beat Dies
Ryan Adams Prisoner Alternative country, rock PAX AM, Blue Note
Strand of Oaks Hard Love Indie rock Dead Oceans [73]
Sun Kil Moon Common as Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood Folk rock, indie folk, indie rock, garage rock Caldo Verde [74]
Vant Dumb Blood Indie rock, punk rock Parlophone
Visible Cloaks Reassemblage New-age, ambient, vaporwave RVNG Intl. [75]
William Control The Black Darkwave, Synth-pop Control Records
February
20
Twice Twicecoaster: Lane 2 K-pop, dance JYP Entertainment, KT Music
February
21
Dirty Projectors Dirty Projectors Art pop, experimental rock Domino [76]
Roc Marciano Rosebudd's Revenge Hip hop Marci Enterprises
February
24
Aaron Watson Vaquero Country Big Label Records [77]
Bea Miller Chapter One: Blue Pop Hollywood
Born of Osiris The Eternal Reign Deathcore, progressive metal Sumerian
Crystal Fairy Crystal Fairy Rock, alternative rock, hard rock, sludge Ipecac
Dams of the West Youngish American Alternative rock 30th Century Records, Columbia
Emel Mathlouthi Ensen Electronic Partisan
The Feelies In Between Rock Bar/None [78]
Future Hndrxx Hip hop, trap A1, Freebandz, Epic [79]
George Harrison George Harrison – The Vinyl Collection Rock, pop, folk rock, Indian classical, experimetal Universal [80]
Hippo Campus Landmark Indie pop Grand Jury Records [81]
Holy Holy Paint Wonderlick Entertainment [82]
John Mayer The Search for Everything: Wave Two Blues, pop, rock, soul Columbia, Sony Music [83]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Flying Microtonal Banana Psychedelic rock, acid rock, krautrock Flightless, ATO, Heavenly [84]
Little Big Town The Breaker Country Capitol Nashville
Los Campesinos! Sick Scenes Indie rock Wichita
Michele Bravi Anime di carta Pop, electropop Universal Music Italy
Mike Tramp Maybe Tomorrow Soft rock, melodic rock Mighty Music, Target Records
Nav Nav Hip hop, trap, R&B XO, Republic
Oddisee The Iceberg Hip hop Mello Music Group
Old 97's Graveyard Whistling Country ATO
Pissed Jeans Why Love Now Post-punk, heavy metal, noise punk, hardcore punk Sub Pop
Place Vendome Close to the Sun Hard rock Frontiers
Prince Royce Five Bachata, pop, R&B Sony Music Latin
Rhiannon Giddens Freedom Highway Americana, folk, old-time Nonesuch
Sanctuary Inception Thrash metal, power metal Century Media
Sofia Ellar Seis peniques Pop, folk Sofia Ellar S.L
Steel Panther Lower the Bar Glam metal, heavy metal, comedy rock Kobalt
Stormzy Gang Signs & Prayer Grime, R&B, UK rap #Merky Records, Warner, ADA [85]
Suicide Silence Suicide Silence Nu metal, alternative metal, metalcore Nuclear Blast
Taylor Bennett Restoration of an American Idol Hip hop [86]
Thundercat Drunk Jazz fusion, electronic, R&B Brainfeeder
Xiu Xiu Forget Rock Polyvinyl
February
26
Lil Uzi Vert Luv Is Rage 1.5 Hip hop, trap [87]
Lovelyz R U Ready? Bubblegum pop, R&B Woollim Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment [88]
February
28
Taeyeon My Voice Pop, R&B, PBR&B S.M. Entertainment, KT Music [89]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
3
Blanck Mass World Eater Electronic Sacred Bones [90]
Caro Emerald Emerald Island Exotica Grandmono
deadmau5 Stuff I Used to Do Progressive house, electro house, downtempo, IDM mau5trap
Ed Sheeran ÷ Pop Asylum
Grandaddy Last Place Indie rock, indie pop 30th Century Records
Jona Jona R&B, pop Star Music
Joy Denalane Gleisdreieck R&B, PBR&B Nesola [91]
Khalid American Teen R&B, Alternative R&B Right Hand, RCA
Mallory Knox Wired Alternative rock RCA
Matmatah Plates Coutures French rock La Ouache Production
Methyl Ethel Everything Is Forgotten Rock 4AD
Minus the Bear Voids Math rock, experimental rock, progressive rock Suicide Squeeze
The Real McKenzies Two Devils Will Talk Celtic punk Fat Wreck Chords
Sleaford Mods English Tapas Post-punk Rough Trade
Temples Volcano Psychedelic pop Heavenly Recordings, Fat Possum
Tokio Hotel Dream Machine Electropop, Synth-pop Starwatch Music
Why? Moh Lhean Indie pop, hip hop Joyful Noise
Within the Ruins Halfway Human Deathcore, progressive metal, metalcore eOne
X Japan We Are X Heavy metal, power metal, speed metal, glam metal, progressive rock, symphonic metal Legacy
March
6
BtoB Feel'eM K-pop, dance-pop Cube Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
GFriend The Awakening K-pop Source Music, LOEN Entertainment [92]
March
7
Brave Girls Rollin' Brave Entertainment
Hyperbubble Western Ware Synth-pop, electropop Fellowshipwreck
March
8
Koda Kumi W Face: Inside/Outside J-pop, hip hop Rhythm Zone
March
10
Black Map In Droves Hard rock, alternative rock eOne Music, SPV
Bliss n Eso Off the Grid Hip hop Illusive Sounds [93]
Bush Black and White Rainbows Alternative rock Zuma Rock Records
Charli XCX Number 1 Angel Bubblegum pop, hip hop Vroom Vroom
Circa Waves Different Creatures Alternative rock, indie rock Virgin EMI
Darkest Hour Godless Prophets & the Migrant Flora Metalcore, Melodic death metal Southern Lord
Dulce María DM Pop, Latin pop Universal Music Latin [94]
Greg Graffin Millport Country rock, folk, roots rock, Americana Anti- [95]
Havok Conformicide Thrash metal Century Media [96]
Hurray for the Riff Raff The Navigator Americana, folk ATO [97]
Idles Brutalism Punk rock Partisan [98]
JID The Never Story Hip hop Dreamville, Interscope [99]
Jay Som Everybody Works Bedroom pop Double Denim, Polyvinyl [100]
Jerry Garcia Band Garcia Live Volume Eight Rock, rhythm and blues Round, ATO [101]
Josh Turner Deep South Country MCA Nashville [102]
Laura Marling Semper Femina Folk, folk rock, alternative rock More Alarming Records [103]
The Magnetic Fields 50 Song Memoir Indie pop Nonesuch [104]
The Motels If Not Now Then When New wave Sunset Blvd Records [105]
Murs Captain California Hip hop Strange Music
Nick Murphy Missing Link Experimental pop Downtown
Smile Empty Soul Rarities Alternative rock, post-grunge MRAfia
Shobaleader One Elektrac Electronic Warp
Sunny Sweeney Trophy Country Aunt Daddy
The Shins Heartworms Indie pop Columbia
Tennis Yours Conditionally Indie rock, indie pop Mutually Detrimental
Valerie June The Order of Time Americana, soul, blues, folk Concord, Caroline
Various artists Beauty and the Beast: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Walt Disney
Vera Lynn Her Greatest from Abbey Road Pop Parlophone, Warner Music
Western Addiction Tremulous Punk rock, hardcore punk Fat Wreck Chords
Your Old Droog Packs Hip hop Droog Recordings, Fat Beats
Yvonne Catterfeld Guten Morgen Freiheit Pop Veritable Records [106]
March
13
Got7 Flight Log: Arrival K-pop, hip hop, R&B, dance, trap JYP Entertainment
Loona 1/3 Love & Live K-pop, pop, ballad Blockberry Creative, CJ E&M
March
14
Smino Blkswn Neo soul, hip hop, R&B, funk, jazz fusion Zero Fatigue, Downtown
March
16
Chloe x Halle The Two of Us R&B Parkwood, Columbia
March
17
Anohni Paradise Electronic Secretly Canadian, Rough Trade
The Charm The Fury The Sick, Dumb & Happy Nu metal, groove metal Nuclear Blast
Conor Oberst Salutations Folk, folk rock, Americana Nonesuch
Depeche Mode Spirit Electronic Columbia
Elevation Worship There Is a Cloud Worship, CCM, Christian rock Elevation Church, Provident Label Group
Frances Things I've Never Said Indie pop, soul Capitol [107]
KXM Scatterbrain Hard rock Rat Pak Records [108]
Milky Chance Blossom Folk Lichtdicht, Ignition
Nina Rodríguez Heroína Alternative pop
Obituary Obituary Death metal Relapse
Pitbull Climate Change Pop, hip hop RCA, Polo Grounds, Mr. 305
Real Estate In Mind Indie rock, jangle pop, dream pop, psychedelic rock Domino
Rick Ross Rather You Than Me Hip hop Epic
Samantha Fish Chills & Fever Ruf [109]
Sorority Noise You're Not As _____ As You Think Emo, indie rock Triple Crown
Spoon Hot Thoughts Indie rock Matador
Tedeschi Trucks Band Live from the Fox Oakland Southern rock, blues rock Fantasy
Vera Lynn Vera Lynn 100 Traditional pop Decca
Zara Larsson So Good Pop Epic
March
18
Drake More Life Hip hop, R&B Young Money, Cash Money, Republic
March
20
CNBLUE 7°CN Pop rock FNC Entertainment
Highlight Can You Feel It? K-pop Around Us Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
March
21
2Cellos Score Portrait, Sony Masterworks
Monsta X The Clan Pt. 2.5: The Final Chapter K-pop, Hip hop Starship Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
Pristin Hi! Pristin K-pop Pledis Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
March
24
Art of Anarchy The Madness Hard rock, alternative metal Another Century
Betty Who The Valley Synth-pop, dance-pop, electro house RCA
Bridget Kearney Won't Let You Down Pop Signature Sounds
Craig Finn We All Want the Same Things Indie rock Partisan
Creeper Eternity, in Your Arms Horror punk, punk rock Roadrunner
Desperate Journalist Grow Up Indie rock, post-punk Fierce Panda
Eliane Elias Dance of Time Jazz Concord
GoldLink At What Cost Hip hop RCA
James Blunt The Afterlove Atlantic UK
The Jesus and Mary Chain Damage and Joy Alternative rock Warner Bros.
The Kelly Family We Got Love Pop, rock, folk Airforce1, Universal
Kelly Lee Owens Kelly Lee Owens Smalltown Supersound [110]
Lee Kernaghan The 25th Anniversary Album Country ABC Music, Universal Music Australia [111]
Lindsay Ell Worth the Wait Country Stoney Creek [112]
Louis the Child Love Is Alive Ultra Music [113]
Mansionz Mansionz [114]
Mike Will Made It Ransom 2 Hip hop, trap EarDrummers, Interscope [115]
Mount Eerie A Crow Looked at Me Indie folk, slowcore P.W. Elverum & Sun [116]
Northlane Mesmer Metalcore, progressive metal UNFD [117]
Pallbearer Heartless Doom metal Profound Lore [118]
Passion Pit Tremendous Sea of Love Wishart Group Recordings [119]
RaeLynn WildHorse Country Warner Music Nashville [120]
Raekwon The Wild Hip hop Ice H2O, Empire [121]
RuPaul American Dance RuCo, Inc. [122]
Ruthie Foster Joy Comes Back soul, blues, gospel, rock Blue Corn Music [123]
Skaters Rock and Roll Bye Bye Garage rock, psychedelic rock Yonks Records [124]
Soulwax From Deewee Synth-pop PIAS
Spiral Stairs Doris & the Daggers Pop rock Matador
Steve Hackett The Night Siren Progressive rock Inside Out Music
Take That Wonderland Pop Polydor
Trey Songz Tremaine the Album R&B Songbook, Atlantic [125]
La Vida Bohème La Lucha Indie rock Nacional [126]
Whit Dickey, Mat Maneri, and Matthew Shipp Vessel in Orbit Jazz AUM Fidelity
March
27
Girl's Day Girl's Day Everyday 5 Pop Dream Tea Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment [127]
March
30
Amir Obè None of the Clocks Work Def Jam [128]
March
31
50 Cent Best of 50 Cent Hip hop, gangsta rap Shady, Aftermath, Interscope
Aimee Mann Mental Illness Folk, rock SuperEgo
Bob Dylan Triplicate Traditional pop Columbia
Body Count Bloodlust Thrash metal, groove metal, rap metal Sumerian
British Sea Power Let the Dancers Inherit the Party Caroline, Golden Chariot
Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2 Star Stuff Company Records [129]
Cupcakke Queen Elizabitch Hip hop
Demon Hunter Outlive Heavy metal Solid State
Freddie Gibbs You Only Live 2wice Hip hop ESGN, Empire
Goldfrapp Silver Eye Electroclash, Synth-pop Mute
Heavy Heart Keepsake Alternative rock, indie rock, dream pop, shoegaze I Can & I Will, AWAL [130]
Homeboy Sandman Veins Hip hop Stones Throw [131]
Jackie Evancho Two Hearts Classical crossover Portrait [132]
Jamiroquai Automaton Funk, disco Virgin EMI
Jennifer Paige Starflower Pop Tone Tree Music
Jon Stevens Starlight Rock Liberation
Julia Holter In the Same Room Baroque pop Domino
Kodak Black Painting Pictures Hip hop, trap Atlantic
Loïc Nottet Selfocracy Electropop Sony Music
Mastodon Emperor of Sand Progressive metal Reprise
The Mavericks Brand New Day Tex-Mex, bluegrass Mono Mundo Recordings
Mr. Envi' All Nite Grind Hip hop Southern Stisles Records
Nana Grizol Ursa Minor Indie rock Orange Twin
Nelly Furtado The Ride Indie pop, R&B Nelstar [133]
Pharmakon Contact Sacred Bones [134]
Phish St. Louis '93 Rock JEMP [135]
Residente Residente Alternative hip hop, urban, world Fusion, Univision Communications [136]
Rodney Crowell Close Ties New West [137]
Tinie Tempah Youth Hip hop Parlophone, Disturbing London [138]
Trace Adkins Something's Going On Country Wheelhouse [139]
Warbringer Woe to the Vanquished Thrash metal Napalm [140]
Ward Thomas A Shorter Story Country pop WTW Music, Sony Music [141]
Wire Silver/Lead Post-punk, art punk, alternative rock Pinkflag [142]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
1
Young Dolph Bulletproof Hip hop, trap Paper Route Empire
April
3
Oh My Girl Coloring Book K-pop WM Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
April
4
K.Flay Every Where Is Some Where Electro, pop rock Night Street, Interscope
Winner Fate Number For K-pop, tropical house, alternative pop YG Entertainment
YFN Lucci Long Live Nut Hip hop Think It's a Game
April
5
Koda Kumi Koda Kumi Driving Hit's 7 Drum and bass, dubstep, house Rhythm Zone
April
6
The Caretaker Everywhere at the End of Time - Stage 2 Ambient, big band, drone, electronic, experimental, hauntology, jazz, modern classical, plunderphonics History Always Favours The Winners
April
7
Alexandra Savior Belladonna of Sadness Columbia
Arca Arca Electronic XL
Aye Nako Silver Haze Indie rock, punk Don Giovanni
Bethel Music Starlight Contemporary worship music, contemporary Christian music Bethel Music
Betty Buckley Story Songs [143]
The Big Moon Love in the 4th Dimension Indie rock, alternative rock Fiction
Blaenavon That's Your Lot Indie rock, folk rock Atlantic, Canvasback
The Chainsmokers Memories...Do Not Open Pop Columbia, Disruptor Records
Clark Death Peak Electronic Warp
Cold War Kids L.A. Divine Indie rock Capitol
Cotton Mather Wild Kingdom Rock The Star Apple Kingdom [144]
Dayna Stephens Gratitude Jazz Contagious Music [145]
Dead by April Worlds Collide Metalcore, alternative metal Universal
Deep Purple Infinite Hard rock, heavy metal, progressive rock earMUSIC [146]
Deez Nuts Binge & Purgatory Hardcore punk, nu metal, rapcore Century Media, Sony Music
Fabri Fibra Fenomeno Hip hop Universal Music Italy [147]
Falling in Reverse Coming Home Pop punk, electropop, space rock Epitaph
Father John Misty Pure Comedy Indie folk, indie rock, soft rock, baroque pop Bella Union, Sub Pop
The Flatliners Inviting Light Punk rock Rise, Dine Alone [148]
Future Islands The Far Field Synth-pop, new wave, indie pop 4AD
Guided by Voices August by Cake Indie rock Rockathon
Joey Badass All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ Hip hop Pro Era, Cinematic
Karen Elson Double Roses Rock H.O.T. Records Ltd. [149]
The Maine Lovely Little Lonely Pop rock, alternative rock 8123 [150]
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes Rake It In: The Greatestest Hits Punk rock Fat Wreck Chords [151]
Meng Jia JIA C-pop Banana Culture Music [152]
Michelle Branch Hopeless Romantic Indie pop, rock Verve [153]
Mila J Dopamine Hip hop, R&B Silent Partner Entertainment [154]
The New Pornographers Whiteout Conditions Indie rock Concord [155]
Rachael Leahcar Shadows Fanfare [156]
San Fermin Belong Downtown, Interscope [157]
The Smith Street Band More Scared of You than You Are of Me Punk rock, indie rock Pool House, Banquet, SideOneDummy
Sun Ra and His Arkestra Thunder of the Gods Jazz Modern Harmonic
Tech N9ne Dominion Hip hop Strange Music
Tee Grizzley My Moment Hip hop, trap 300 Entertainment
Timber Timbre Sincerely, Future Pollution Folk, country blues, freak folk, psychedelic folk Arts & Crafts, City Slang
Tina Arena Greatest Hits & Interpretations Pop EMI Music Australia
Ulver The Assassination of Julius Caesar Synth-pop, new wave, EDM House of Mythology
Wear Your Wounds WYW Post-rock Deathwish
White Reaper The World's Best American Band Blues rock, garage rock, power pop Polyvinyl
April
10
EXID Eclipse K-pop Banana Culture, Sony Music
April
12
D-Lite D-Day Folk, alternative rock YGEX
April
14
Adina Howard Resurrection Hip hop soul, R&B, trap Indelible Enterprises
Actress AZD Electronic Ninja Tune
Barenaked Ladies and The Persuasions Ladies and Gentlemen: Barenaked Ladies and The Persuasions Vanguard
John Mayer The Search for Everything Pop rock, soft rock, acoustic rock Columbia
Kendrick Lamar DAMN. Hip hop Top Dawg, Aftermath, Interscope, Roc Nation
Little Dragon Season High Downtempo, soul, synth-pop Because Music
Little Hurricane Same Sun Same Moon Alternative rock Mascot [158]
Mark Vincent A Tribute to Mario Lanza Classical Sony Music Australia
Playboi Carti Playboi Carti Hip hop, cloud rap AWGE, Interscope
Rich Homie Quan Back to the Basics Hip hop RAIS, Motown
Talib Kweli and Styles P The Seven Hip hop Javotti Media
Various artists The Fate of the Furious: The Album Hip hop, EDM, Latin pop Atlantic
Wincent Weiss Irgendwas gegen die Stille Pop Vertigo Berlin [159]
April
17
Minzy Minzy Work 01: "Uno" K-pop, ballad, R&B, dance Music Works, Sony Music
Shamir Hope Indie rock, lo-fi
April
19
DIA YOLO K-pop, bubblegum pop, trot, soft rock, R&B, ballad MBK Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment, Interpark
Lee Hae-ri h K-pop, ballad CJ E&M, B2M Entertainment
April
21
Adel Tawil So schön anders Pop Polydor, Island [160]
Alee Bad Habit Country pop Wax, Universal
Allday Speeding Australian hip hop OneTwo [161]
Angaleena Presley Wrangled Americana, country Thirty Tigers
Barry Manilow This Is My Town: Songs of New York Decca, Stiletto Entertainment [162]
Bee Gees Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits Pop, rock, disco Capitol [163]
Brad Paisley Love and War Country Arista Nashville
Cait Brennan Third Indie rock, glam rock, soul Omnivore, ADA
Charlie Worsham Beginning of Things Country Warner Bros. Nashville [164]
Charly Bliss Guppy Bubblegum pop, grunge, power pop, pop punk Barsuk
Eddie Palmieri Sabiduría Latin jazz Ropeadope [165]
Gas Narkopop Ambient Kompakt
Greta Van Fleet Black Smoke Rising Rock Republic
Imelda May Life Love Flesh Blood Soft rock, soul Decca
Incubus 8 Alternative rock, indie rock, electronic music, pop Island
IU Palette K-pop Fave Entertainment, LOEN Entertainment
Maxïmo Park Risk to Exist Rock Daylighting, Cooking Vinyl [166]
PJ Morton Gumbo R&B, soul, funk Morton Records
Procol Harum Novum Progressive rock, art rock Eagle Rock
Ray Davies Americana Rock Legacy
Robyn Hitchcock Robyn Hitchcock Psychedelic rock, pop rock, country rock Yep Roc
Sheryl Crow Be Myself Rock Warner Bros.
Steps Tears on the Dancefloor Pop Steps Recordings, Warner Music
Texas Jump on Board Alternative rock BMG
Various artists Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Rock, soul Hollywood, Marvel Music
While She Sleeps You Are We Metalcore SharpTone, UNFD
April
22
Animal Collective Meeting of the Waters Experimental pop Domino [167]
David Bowie Cracked Actor (Live Los Angeles '74) Glam rock, R&B Parlophone [168]
Grateful Dead July 29 1966, P.N.E. Garden Aud., Vancouver Canada Rock Rhino [169]
April
24
Kim Jong-hyun Story Op.2 K-pop, R&B, soul, ballad S.M. Entertainment, KT Music [170]
April
26
Mito Natsume Natsumelo J-pop, pop-rock, alternative dance Sony Music Entertainment Japan
Sevdaliza ISON Trip hop Twisted Elegance
April
27
Foster the People III Indie pop, neo-psychedelia, alternative rock Columbia [171]
April
28
All That Remains Madness Heavy metal, alternative metal, metalcore Razor & Tie, Concord Bicycle
American Standards Anti-Melody Metalcore, hardcore punk, post hardcore, mathcore [172]
Ayreon The Source Rock opera, progressive rock, progressive metal Mascot Label Group
Big Big Train Grimspound Progressive rock Giant Electric Pea
Bliss n Eso Off the Grid Australian hip hop Illusive Sounds [173]
BNQT Volume 1 Indie rock, soft rock, glam rock Bella Union
Cashmere Cat 9 Alternative R&B, electronic Interscope, Mad Love
CDB Tailored for Now R&B Warner Music Australia
The Cranberries Something Else Alternative rock BMG
Feist Pleasure Universal
Francesco Gabbani Magellano BMG [174]
Gorillaz Humanz Trip hop, R&B, electronic, alternative hip hop Parlophone, Warner Bros.
John Mellencamp Sad Clowns & Hillbillies Roots rock Republic
Jonathan Coulton Solid State Alternative rock SuperEgo [175]
Juliana Hatfield Pussycat Alternative rock American Laundromat [176]
Kontra K Gute Nacht BMG [177]
Lea Michele Places Pop Columbia
Levina Unexpected Pop Unser Song, RCA, Sony Music
Marie Miller Letterbox Country Curb [178]
Mark Lanegan Band Gargoyle Heavenly
Mary J. Blige Strength of a Woman R&B Capitol
Mew Visuals Alternative rock PIAS
New Found Glory Makes Me Sick Alternative rock Hopeless
Sylvan Esso What Now Folk pop, electronica Loma Vista
Van Morrison The Authorized Bang Collection Bang, Legacy
Wale Shine Hip hop Maybach, Atlantic
Willie Nelson God's Problem Child Country Legacy

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
1
Triple H 199X K-pop Cube Entertainment [179]
May
5
The Afghan Whigs In Spades Alternative rock Sub Pop [180]
Alma Ma peau aime Pop Warner Music Group [181]
Andrew Rayel Moments Trance Armada
Anja Nissen Where I Am Pop Universal Music Australia
Arve Henriksen Towards Language Jazz Rune Grammofon [182]
At the Drive-In in•ter a•li•a Post-hardcore Rise
Big Walnuts Yonder Big Walnuts Yonder Indie rock Sargent House
Blondie Pollinator Alternative rock, new wave, post-punk revival BMG
Brother Ali All the Beauty in This Whole Life Hip hop Rhymesayers Entertainment
Café Tacuba Jei Beibi Latin alternative, Latin rock, folk rock Melotrón [183]
Carl Craig Versus Techno, classical InFiné [184]
Cassper Nyovest Thuto Hip hop, trap, R&B, Kwaito Family Tree
Chris Stapleton From A Room: Volume 1 Country Mercury Nashville
Colt Ford Love Hope Faith Country rap Average Joes Entertainment
Day Wave The Days We Had [185]
Diana Krall Turn Up the Quiet Jazz Verve
Forest Swords Compassion Experimental, electronic Ninja Tune
Grateful Dead May 1977: Get Shown the Light Rock Rhino
Johannes Oerding Kreise Pop, pop rock Columbia
Juana Molina Halo Folktronica Crammed Discs
Kasabian For Crying Out Loud Electronic rock, electronica, neo-psychedelia, space rock Columbia, Sony Music
Kid Ink 7 Series Hip hop Tha Alumni Music Group, 88 Classic, RCA
Logic Everybody Hip hop Visionary Music Group, Def Jam [186]
Mac DeMarco This Old Dog Indie rock, psychedelic rock Captured Tracks [187]
Moon Duo Occult Architecture Vol. 2 Sacred Bones [188]
Motionless in White Graveyard Shift Gothic metal, nu metal, industrial metal Roadrunner
Natalia Lafourcade and Los Macorinos Musas Folk RCA, Sony Music
Ozomatli Non-Stop: Mexico to Jamaica Reggae Cleopatra
Perfume Genius No Shape Art pop, chamber pop Matador
Pond The Weather Psychedelic rock, neo-psychedelia Marathon Artists
Robin Trower Time and Emotion V-12 Records [189]
Russ There's Really a Wolf Hip hop, R&B Russ My Way Inc., Columbia
Slowdive Slowdive Dream pop, shoegazing Dead Oceans
Taj Mahal and Keb' Mo' TajMo Blues Concord [190]
Various artists Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of The Story – An Album to Benefit War Child Americana, country, rock Legacy [191]
May
8
Grateful Dead Cornell 5/8/77 Rock Rhino [192]
May
10
Psy 4x2=8 K-pop YG Entertainment
Siti Nurhaliza SimetriSiti Pop, R&B Siti Nurhaliza Productions, Universal, EMI
May
11
Jlin Black Origami Electronica, footwork Planet Mu
May
12
B.o.B Ether Hip hop Label No Genre, Grand Hustle, EMPIRE
Dean Lewis Same Kind of Different Pop, indie pop Island, Universal Music Australia
Dreamcar Dreamcar Alternative PLOF, LLC, Columbia, Sony Music
Girlpool Powerplant Anti- [193]
Harry Styles Harry Styles Soft rock Erskine, Columbia
Helene Fischer Helene Fischer Schlager, pop Polydor
J Hus Common Sense Afroswing, UK rap, dancehall, R&B Black Butter [194]
LeToya Luckett Back 2 Life R&B eONE
Machine Gun Kelly bloom Hip hop Bad Boy, Geffen, Interscope, EST 19XX
Paramore After Laughter New wave, pop rock, synth-pop, power pop Fueled by Ramen, Warner Bros.
Paul Weller A Kind Revolution Pop rock Parlophone
Pwr Bttm Pageant Queercore, indie rock, garage rock Polyvinyl, Big Scary Monsters
R5 New Addictions Pop rock Hollywood [195]
Seether Poison the Parish Rock Canine Riot, Concord
Todd Rundgren White Knight Synth-pop, rock Cleopatra
Warrant Louder Harder Faster Hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal Frontiers
Zac Brown Band Welcome Home Country Elektra
May
15
Twice Signal K-pop, dance JYP Entertainment, KT Music
VIXX Shangri-La K-pop Jellyfish Entertainment, CJ E&M Music
May
16
The I.L.Y's Bodyguard Punk rock Castle Face [196]
XXXTentacion Revenge Hip hop, trap, punk rap, pop Bad Vibes Forever, EMPIRE [197]
May
17
Sayuri Mikazuki no Koukai J-pop Ariola Japan [198]
May
18
T-Pain and Lil Wayne T-Wayne Hip hop, R&B Nappy Boy [199]
May
19
!!! Shake the Shudder Dance-punk Warp
Aldous Harding Party 4AD
Chris Price Stop Talking Indie pop, rock Omnivore
Do Make Say Think Stubborn Persistent Illusions Post-rock Constellation
DragonForce Reaching into Infinity Power metal, speed metal Metal Blade
Erasure World Be Gone Synth-pop mute
Faith Evans and The Notorious B.I.G. The King & I Hip hop, R&B Rhino
Jane Weaver Modern Kosmology Fire [200]
The Kooks The Best of... So Far Rock Virgin, Astralwerks
Linkin Park One More Light Pop, pop rock, electropop Warner
MisterWives Connect the Dots Indie pop Photo Finish, Republic
The Mountain Goats Goths Indie rock, indie folk Merge
The Night Flight Orchestra Amber Galactic Progressive rock Nuclear Blast
Papa Roach Crooked Teeth Alternative metal, hard rock, alternative rock, rap rock, nu metal Eleven Seven Music
Radiophonic Workshop Burials in Several Earths Electronic Room 13
Rascal Flatts Back to Us Country Big Machine
Rawsrvnt Shut It Down Hip hop, Christian hip hop, alternative hip hop Soul Deep
Snoop Dogg Neva Left West Coast hip hop, g-funk, gangsta rap Doggy Style, EMPIRE
The Underachievers Renaissance East Coast hip hop RPM MSC
Wear Your Wounds Dunedevil Ambient, electronic [201]
May
21
The Basics In the Rude! Rock, Alternative 3B Records
May
22
iKon New Kids: Begin K-pop YG Entertainment
May
24
Exo-CBX Girls J-pop Avex Trax
Nogizaka46 Umarete Kara Hajimete Mita Yume J-pop Sony Music
May
26
Alestorm No Grave But the Sea Power metal, folk metal Napalm [202]
Bryson Tiller True to Self R&B RCA [203]
The Charlatans Different Days Madchester, Britpop BMG [204]
Danzig Black Laden Crown Heavy metal, hard rock Evilive, Nuclear Blast [205]
Frenzal Rhomb Hi-Vis High Tea Punk rock, pop punk, melodic hardcore Shock, Fat Wreck Chords [206]
Gucci Mane Droptopwop Hip hop, trap GUWOP, Atlantic [207]
In Hearts Wake Ark Metalcore UNFD [208]
Kraftwerk 3-D The Catalogue Electronic [209]
The Letter Black Pain Christian rock, hard rock, alternative rock, alternative metal EMP Music Group [210]
Lil Yachty Teenage Emotions Hip hop Quality Control, Capitol, Motown [211]
Louis Hayes Serenade for Horace Jazz Blue Note [212]
New Order NOMC15 [213]
Rhapsody of Fire Legendary Years Symphonic power metal AFM [214]
Shakira El Dorado Latin pop Sony Music Latin [215]
The Unthanks The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake Folk Rabble Rouser [216]
May
29
Baek A-yeon Bittersweet K-pop JYP Entertainment [217]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
1
Major Lazer Know No Better Hip hop, moombahton, pop Mad Decent
Yo Gotti and Mike Will Made It Gotti Made-It Hip hop CMG, Epic, Roc Nation
June
2
'68 Two Parts Viper Punk rock, blues rock, noise rock Good Fight, Cooking Vinyl
Adrenaline Mob We the People Heavy metal, alternative metal, hard rock Century Media
All Time Low Last Young Renegade Fueled by Ramen
alt-J Relaxer Indie rock Infectious, Atlantic
Amber Coffman City of No Reply R&B, indie pop, art pop Columbia
Bea Miller Chapter Two: Red Pop Hollywood
Bleachers Gone Now Synth-pop, indie electronic RCA
Charlie Fink Cover My Tracks Indie rock Hangman Records
Dan Auerbach Waiting on a Song Pop, rock Easy Eye Sound
Dispatch America, Location 12 Indie rock Bomber Records
Dua Lipa Dua Lipa Pop Warner
Flogging Molly Life Is Good Celtic punk, folk punk Vanguard, Spinefarm [218]
Halsey Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Pop, synth-pop, electropop, R&B Astralwerks [219]
Kool G Rap Return of the Don Clockwork Music, Full Mettle [220]
Luke Combs This One's for You Country, country pop Columbia Nashville
PartyNextDoor Colours 2 OVO Sound
Roger Waters Is This the Life We Really Want? Rock
Saint Etienne Home Counties Heavenly
Sikth The Future in Whose Eyes? Progressive metal, mathcore, avant-garde metal Millennium Night, Peaceville
Suran Walkin' Million Market, LOEN Entertainment
Tankard One Foot in the Grave Thrash metal Nuclear Blast [221]
June
3
Aphex Twin London 03.06.17 Techno Warp
Produce 101 Season 2 35 Boys 5 Concepts K-pop CJ E&M Music
June
7
Day6 Sunrise K-pop, pop rock JYP Entertainment, Genie Music
Chungha Hands on Me Pop, Tropical house, Dance-pop MNH Entertainment, CJ E&M Music
June
8
G-Dragon Kwon Ji Yong R&B, hip hop YG Entertainment
Vic Mensa The Manuscript Hip hop Roc Nation
June
9
AJR The Click AJR Productions [222]
Allie X CollXtion II Synth-pop Twin Music [223]
Anathema The Optimist Progressive rock Kscope
Ani DiFranco Binary Indie rock, folk rock Righteous Babe
Big Thief Capacity Indie rock, folk rock Saddle Creek
BiSH Giant Killers Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, garage rock Avex Trax
Brockhampton Saturation Hip hop Brockhampton Records
Christina Grimmie All Is Vanity Pop, electropop Universal, Republic
Chuck Berry Chuck Rock and roll Dualtone
Cigarettes After Sex Cigarettes After Sex Shoegaze, ambient pop, dream pop, slowcore Partisan
Glen Campbell Adiós Country, pop, rock Big Machine, Universal Music Enterprises
Gov't Mule Revolution Come...Revolution Go Hard rock, blues rock, southern rock Fantasy [224]
Hillsong United Wonder Worship, CCM Hillsong, Sparrow, Capitol CMG [225]
Katy Perry Witness Dance-pop Capitol
Kirin J. Callinan Bravado Terrible [226]
Lady Antebellum Heart Break Country pop Capitol Nashville [227]
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie Rock, pop rock Atlantic
London Grammar Truth Is a Beautiful Thing Dream pop, trip hop Metal & Dust, Ministry of Sound
Phoenix Ti Amo Synth-pop, Italo disco Glassnote
Rancid Trouble Maker Punk rock Hellcat, Epitaph
Rise Against Wolves Punk rock Virgin
Suffocation ...Of the Dark Light Technical death metal Nuclear Blast
Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James McAlister Planetarium 4AD
SZA Ctrl Alternative R&B, neo soul Top Dawg, RCA
June
12
Moby & The Void Pacific Choir More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse Electronica Little Idiot, mute
June
14
NCT 127 Cherry Bomb EDM, hip hop, electropop SM, Genie
T-ara What's My Name? K-pop, EDM MBK Entertainment, Interpark
June
16
2 Chainz Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Hip hop, trap Def Jam
Alison Moyet Other Electropop Cooking Vinyl
Beth Ditto Fake Sugar Southern rock, pop Virgin
Big Boi Boomiverse Hip hop Epic
Carach Angren Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten Symphonic black metal Season of Mist
Cheap Trick We're All Alright! Hard rock, power pop Big Machine
CKY The Phoenix Alternative metal, stoner rock, alternative rock, post-grunge eOne
Com Truise Iteration Synthwave Ghostly International
The Drums Abysmal Thoughts Indie pop, surf rock ANTI-
Fleet Foxes Crack-Up Indie folk Nonesuch
Hey Violet From the Outside Indie pop Capitol
Hundredth Rare Shoegazing, alternative rock, indie rock, post-punk, post-hardcore Hopeless
Iced Earth Incorruptible Heavy metal, power metal Century Media
Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit The Nashville Sound Americana, alternative country Southeastern Records
Joyner Lucas 508-507-2209 Hip hop Atlantic Records
Kathryn Williams Songs from the Novel 'Greatest Hits' One Little Indian [228]
Lorde Melodrama Alternative pop Lava, Republic
Nickelback Feed the Machine Rock BMG
Portugal. The Man Woodstock Rock Atlantic
Rich the Kid, Famous Dex and Jay Critch Rich Forever 3 Hip hop, trap Rich Forever Music, 300
Ride Weather Diaries Alternative rock, shoegazing Wichita
Royal Blood How Did We Get So Dark? Warner Bros.
Styx The Mission Hard rock, rock, pop UMe
Way Out West Tuesday Maybe Electronica, progressive house, chill-out, ambient Anjunadeep
Young Thug Beautiful Thugger Girls Hip hop, trap, R&B, country 300, Atlantic
June
22
Mamamoo Purple K-pop Rainbow Bridge World [229]
June
23
311 Mosaic Alternative rock, reggae rock, rap rock BMG [230]
Algiers The Underside of Power Gospel, post-punk, psychedelic soul Matador [231]
Bone Thugs New Waves eOne [232]
Camo & Krooked Mosaik Drum and bass RAM, Mosaik Music, BMG [233]
The Chain Gang of 1974 Felt Electronic rock Caroline [234]
DJ Khaled Grateful Hip hop, trap, R&B We the Best, Epic [235]
Goatwhore Vengeful Ascension Blackened death metal Metal Blade [236]
Imagine Dragons Evolve Pop rock, rock KidinaKorner, Interscope [237]
Jeff Tweedy Together at Last dBpm [238]
Joe Scarborough Mystified Alternative rock, indie rock, power pop RED Music, Sony Music [239]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Murder of the Universe Psychedelic rock, acid rock, progressive rock, krautrock Flightless, ATO, Heavenly [240]
Laurel Halo Dust Electronic, art pop Hyperdub [241]
Municipal Waste Slime and Punishment Crossover thrash Nuclear Blast [242]
Vérité Somewhere in Between Kobalt [243]
Vince Staples Big Fish Theory Hip hop ARTium, Def Jam [244]
The White Noise AM/PM Post-hardcore, hardcore punk, pop punk Fearless [245]
June
26
Seven Lions Where I Won't Be Found Electronic Seeking Blue [246]
June
27
Stellar Stellar Into the World The Entertainment Pascal, Genie Music
June
28
Cornelius Mellow Waves Shibuya-kei Warner Music Japan, Rostrum
Twice #Twice Warner Music Japan
June
30
The Beach Boys 1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow Soul, rhythm and blues Capitol
Beach House B-Sides and Rarities Dream pop, indie rock Sub Pop
Calvin Harris Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 Columbia
Cellar Darling This Is the Sound Progressive rock, folk rock Nuclear Blast
Envy on the Coast Ritual Rock Equal Vision [247]
Jay-Z 4:44 Hip hop Roc Nation
Kacy Hill Like a Woman Electropop, trip hop, electronica GOOD Music, Def Jam
LANY LANY Electropop, alternative pop Polydor
MC Eiht Which Way Iz West West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap, G-funk Year Round, Blue Stamp Music
Public Enemy Nothing Is Quick in the Desert Hip hop [248]
Stone Sour Hydrograd Alternative metal Roadrunner
TLC TLC R&B, soul 852 Musiq, Cooking Vinyl
Washed Out Mister Mellow Stones Throw
ZZ Ward The Storm Blues rock, hip hop Hollywood

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
4
Lee Hyori Black K-pop Kiwi Media Group
July
7
21 Savage Issa Album Hip hop, trap Slaughter Gang, Epic
Broken Social Scene Hug of Thunder Indie rock, baroque pop Arts & Crafts
Chronixx Chronology Reggae Soul Circle Music, Virgin [249]
Haim Something to Tell You Pop rock Polydor
Public Service Broadcasting Every Valley Art rock PIAS
Sevyn Streeter Girl Disrupted R&B, soul Atlantic
July
9
Red Velvet The Red Summer K-pop S.M. Entertainment, Genie Music
July
14
12 Stones Picture Perfect Cleopatra
Coldplay Kaleidoscope EP Alternative rock Parlophone
Edguy Monuments Heavy metal, power metal Nuclear Blast
French Montana Jungle Rules Hip hop Bad Boy, Epic
Japanese Breakfast Soft Sounds from Another Planet Dream pop, indie rock Dead Oceans
L D R U Sizzlar Electronic Sony Music Australia [250]
Meg Mac Low Blows Indie pop littleBIGMAN Records, Universal Music Australia
Mura Masa Mura Masa Electronic Interscope, Downtown, Anchor Point Records
Waxahatchee Out in the Storm Alternative rock, indie rock Merge
July
19
Nine Inch Nails Add Violence Industrial The Null Corporation
July
21
Avey Tare Eucalyptus Domino
Declan McKenna What Do You Think About the Car? Indie rock Columbia
Decrepit Birth Axis Mundi Technical death metal Nuclear Blast [251]
Ded Mis•an•thrope Nu metal Surestone
Dizzee Rascal Raskit Grime, British hip hop Dirtee Stank, Island
Foster the People Sacred Hearts Club Columbia
Goldfinger The Knife Pop punk, ska punk Rise [252]
In This Moment Ritual Atlantic, Roadrunner
Lana Del Rey Lust for Life Interscope, Polydor
Manafest Stones Christian hip hop, rap rock, Christian alternative rock Manafest Productions
Manchester Orchestra A Black Mile to the Surface Indie rock, indie folk, art rock Loma Vista
Nicole Atkins Goodnight Rhonda Lee Single Lock [253]
Romeo Santos Golden Tropical music Sony Music Latin
Tyler, the Creator Flower Boy Hip hop Odd Future, Columbia
Vera Blue Perennial Universal Music Australia
July
28
Alice Cooper Paranormal Hard rock earMUSIC [254]
Arcade Fire Everything Now Dance-rock Columbia
The Fall New Facts Emerge Alternative rock Cherry Red
Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders Garcia Live Volume Nine Rock, Rhythm and blues ATO
Jillette Johnson All I Ever See In You Is Me [255]
Joywave Content Indie rock, electropop Cultco, Hollywood
Shaman's Harvest Red Hands Black Deeds Rock Mascot Label Group [256]
Vic Mensa The Autobiography Hip hop Roc Nation, Capitol

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
2
ONF On/Off Dance WM Entertainment [257]
August
4
Accept The Rise of Chaos Heavy metal Nuclear Blast [258]
Brett Eldredge Brett Eldredge Country Atlantic Nashville [259]
George Thorogood Party of One Rounder [260]
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Lay It On Down Blues rock Concord [261]
Khalil Prove It All R&B Empire [262]
Quiet Riot Road Rage Heavy metal, hard rock, blues rock Frontiers [263]
Rezz Mass Manipulation Electronic mau5trap [264]
Tyler Childers Purgatory Hickman Holler Records [265]
August
10
Avicii Avīci (01) Virgin, Avicii Music [266]
August
11
Bebe Rexha All Your Fault: Pt. 2 Warner Bros. [267]
The Cribs 24-7 Rock Star Shit Punk rock Sonic Blew [268]
Jesus Culture Love Has a Name Contemporary worship, CCM Jesus Culture Music, Sparrow, Capitol CMG [269]
Kesha Rainbow Pop Kemosabe, RCA [270]
Lindsay Ell The Project Country pop Stoney Creek [271]
Paul Draper Spooky Action Alternative rock, progressive rock Kscope [272]
August
15
Lil Peep Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1 Emo rap, rap rock, pop punk AWAL [273]
August
16
Taeyang White Night R&B YG Entertainment [274]
August
17
Brand New Science Fiction Alternative rock Procrastinate! Music Traitors [275]
August
18
Alice Glass Alice Glass Electropop Loma Vista Recordings
ASAP Ferg Still Striving Hip hop ASAP Worldwide, RCA
Eluveitie Evocation II: Pantheon Acoustic rock, folk rock, Celtic rock Nuclear Blast
Grizzly Bear Painted Ruins Indie rock RCA
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard and Mild High Club Sketches of Brunswick East Psychedelic rock, jazz Flightless, ATO, Heavenly
Neck Deep The Peace and the Panic Pop punk Hopeless
Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer Not Dark Yet Americana, country, folk Thirty Tigers, Silver Cross Records
Steven Wilson To the Bone Art rock Caroline
Thy Art Is Murder Dear Desolation Deathcore Nuclear Blast
Unkle The Road: Part 1 Songs for the Def
August
24
Loreen Nude Synth-pop BMG [276]
August
25
Action Bronson Blue Chips 7000 Hip hop Vice, Atlantic
ASAP Mob Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy Hip hop, trap ASAP Worldwide, RCA, Polo Grounds
Brendon Small Brendon Small's Galaktikon II: Become the Storm Melodic death metal BS, Megaforce [277]
Brockhampton Saturation II Hip hop Question Everything, Inc, Empire
Daniel Caesar Freudian R&B Golden Child Recordings
EMA Exile in the Outer Ring City Slang [278]
Fifth Harmony Fifth Harmony R&B, pop, hip hop Epic, Syco
Kitty Miami Garden Club Cloud rap, experimental pop Pretty Wavvy [279]
Lil Uzi Vert Luv Is Rage 2 Hip hop, trap, pop rap Generation Now, Atlantic [280]
The Mynabirds Be Here Now Saddle Creek [281]
Oh Sees Orc Garage rock, psychedelic rock Castle Face [282]
Oliver Full Circle Electropop Interscope [283]
PVRIS All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell Rise [284]
Queens of the Stone Age Villains Stoner rock, hard rock, boogie rock, dance-rock Matador [285]
Tribalistas Tribalistas Música popular brasileira, pop Phonomotor Records, Universal Music [286]
The War on Drugs A Deeper Understanding Heartland rock, synth-pop, Americana, neo-psychedelia Atlantic [287]
XXXTentacion 17 Emo rap, lo-fi, alternative rock Bad Vibes Forever, Empire [288]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
September
1
Anthony Callea ARIA Number 1 Hits in Symphony Pop Sony Music Australia
Hercules and Love Affair Omnion Atlantic, Big Beat
LCD Soundsystem American Dream Dance-punk, new wave, post-punk, synth-pop, art rock DFA, Columbia
Madeline Kenney Night Night at the First Landing Indie rock Company Records
Mogwai Every Country's Sun Post-rock Rock Action
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark The Punishment of Luxury Synth-pop White Noise
Paradise Lost Medusa Death-doom Nuclear Blast
The Script Freedom Child Pop rock, dance, electronic rock, pop punk, power pop Columbia, Sony Music
September
7
Syd Always Never Home R&B The Internet, Columbia
September
8
Alter Bridge Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities Hard rock, heavy metal, post-grunge, alternative metal Napalm
The Belonging Co All the Earth Contemporary worship music TBCO Music
Jack Johnson All the Light Above It Too Rock, folk rock, surf rock Brushfire, Republic
Kip Moore Slowheart Country pop MCA Nashville
Living Colour Shade Megaforce
Odesza A Moment Apart Indie electronic, synth-pop, experimental Counter, Foreign Family Collective, Ninja Tune
Project Pat M.O.B. Southern hip hop Cleopatra
The National Sleep Well Beast Indie rock, post-punk revival 4AD
Nothing But Thieves Broken Machine Alternative rock, indie rock, hard rock RCA, Sony Music
Sparks Hippopotamus Rock, baroque pop BMG, The End
Susanne Sundfør Music for People in Trouble Art pop, folk Bella Union
Thomas Rhett Life Changes Country pop Valory [289]
Tori Amos Native Invader Alternative rock, baroque pop, chamber pop, classical, electronica, pop rock Decca
Zola Jesus Okovi Gothic rock, dark wave Sacred Bones
September
15
Anastacia Evolution Pop, pop rock, dance Four Eyez Productions, Polydor [290]
Angus & Julia Stone Snow EMI Music Australia, Nettwerk
Arcane Roots Melancholia Hymns Alternative rock, mathcore, electronica Easy Life Records, Red Essential Records
Ariel Pink Dedicated to Bobby Jameson Pop, indie pop, hypnagogic pop Mexican Summer
The Cool Kids Special Edition Grand Master Deluxe Green Label Sound [291]
Eamon Golden Rail Motel R&B Huey Ave Music
Ensiferum Two Paths Folk metal, melodic death metal, viking metal Metal Blade [292]
Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold Hard rock Roswell, RCA
Galantis The Aviary EDM Big Beat, Atlantic
Madonna Rebel Heart Tour Boy Toy, Live Nation, Interscope [293]
Open Mike Eagle Brick Body Kids Still Daydream Hip hop Mello Music [294]
Prophets of Rage Prophets of Rage Rap rock, hard rock, funk rock Fantasy, Caroline [295]
Ringo Starr Give More Love Pop rock, country, reggae UMe [296]
Seaway Vacation Pop punk Pure Noise [297]
Seth MacFarlane In Full Swing Traditional pop, vocal jazz, swing, big band Republic, Verve, Fuzzy Door Productions [298]
Wyclef Jean Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee Hip hop Heads Music [299]
September
21
Illenium Awake Future bass Seeking Blue, Kasaya [300]
September
22
Chelsea Wolfe Hiss Spun Doom metal Sargent House [301]
The Clientele Music for the Age of Miracles Indie rock Merge [302]
Cradle of Filth Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay Extreme metal Nuclear Blast [303]
Cut Copy Haiku from Zero Indietronica, synth-pop, dance-rock Cutters Records, Astralwerks [304]
DJ Kay Slay The Big Brother Hip hop Streetsweepers, Empire [305]
Enter Shikari The Spark Electronic rock Ambush Reality, PIAS [306]
Fergie Double Dutchess Hip hop, dance, R&B Dutchess Music, Retrofuture, BMG [307]
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Luciferian Towers Post-rock, drone Constellation [308]
The Horrors V Neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, post-punk Wolf Tone, Caroline [309]
The Killers Wonderful Wonderful Indie pop, heartland rock, new wave Island [310]
Kristene DiMarco Where His Light Was CCM, worship Bethel Music [311]
Lights Skin & Earth Electropop Warner Bros. [312]
Macklemore Gemini Pop-rap Bendo LLC, ADA [313]
Midland On the Rocks Neotraditional country Big Machine [314]
Phoebe Bridgers Stranger in the Alps Dead Oceans [315]
Satyricon Deep Calleth Upon Deep Black 'n' roll, heavy metal Napalm [316]
Sleeping with Sirens Gossip Pop rock Warner Bros. [317]
Van Morrison Roll with the Punches Rock Caroline [318]
Wolves in the Throne Room Thrice Woven Black metal Artemisia [319]
September
27
B1A4 Rollin' Dance, K-pop WM Entertainment [320]
September
28
The Caretaker Everywhere at the End of Time - Stage 3 Ambient, big band, dark ambient, drone, electronic, experimental, hauntology, jazz, modern classical, plunderphonics History Always Favours The Winners
September
29
Benjamin Clementine I Tell a Fly Avant-garde, experimental pop, contemporary classical Virgin EMI [321]
Chanté Moore The Rise of the Phoenix R&B, soul CM7 Records, Fontana [322]
Demi Lovato Tell Me You Love Me Pop, R&B Island, Hollywood, Safehouse [323]
Dolly Parton I Believe in You Country, children's Dolly Records, RCA Nashville [324]
Echosmith Inside a Dream Synth-pop, indie pop Warner Bros. [325]
Hurts Desire Columbia [326]
Marius Neset Circle of Chimes Jazz ACT [327]
Michael Jackson Scream Epic [328]
Miley Cyrus Younger Now Country pop, pop rock RCA [329]
Primus The Desaturating Seven Alternative rock, progressive rock ATO, Prawn Song [330]
Propagandhi Victory Lap Hardcore punk, melodic hardcore Epitaph [331]
Rick Price and Jack Jones California Dreaming Pop Sony Music Australia [332]
Shania Twain Now Country pop Mercury Nashville [333]
Tamar Braxton Bluebird of Happiness R&B Logan Land Records [334]
Wolf Alice Visions of a Life Alternative rock Dirty Hit [335]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
October
5
Sabrina Claudio About Time Alternative R&B, indie pop, soul SC Entertainment [336]
October
6
August Burns Red Phantom Anthem Melodic metalcore, Christian metal Fearless [337]
The Black Dahlia Murder Nightbringers Melodic death metal Metal Blade [338]
Gwen Stefani You Make It Feel Like Christmas Christmas Interscope [339]
Jason Manford A Different Stage Show tunes Decca [340]
Kelela Take Me Apart Alternative R&B, electro, R&B, electronica Warp [341]
Lara Fabian Camouflage Pop Sony Music [342]
Liam Gallagher As You Were Rock Warner Bros. [343]
Marilyn Manson Heaven Upside Down Gothic rock, industrial metal, punk rock Loma Vista, Caroline [344]
Poppy Poppy.Computer Art pop, synth-pop, electropop I'm Poppy, Mad Decent [345]
October
13
Beck Colors Pop rock, dance-rock, experimental pop Capitol [346]
Carly Pearce Every Little Thing Country Big Machine [347]
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile Lotta Sea Lice Indie rock, alternative rock Matador, Marathon Artists, Milk! Records [348]
Dvsn Morning After Alternative R&B OVO [349]
Enslaved E Progressive metal, black metal Nuclear Blast [350]
The Front Bottoms Going Grey Fueled by Ramen [351]
Gucci Mane Mr. Davis Hip hop, trap GUWOP, 1017, Atlantic [352]
Jessie James Decker Southern Girl City Lights Country pop Epic [353]
King Krule The Ooz Trip hop True Panther Sounds, XL [354]
Knuckle Puck Shapeshifter Rise [355]
Pink Beautiful Trauma Pop RCA [356]
Robert Plant Carry Fire Americana Nonesuch [357]
Russell Dickerson Yours Country pop Triple Tigers [358]
Squeeze The Knowledge Rock Love Records [359]
St. Vincent Masseduction Pop, new wave, glam rock, electropop, techno Loma Vista [360]
Stars There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light Indie pop, synth-pop, dream pop Last Gang [361]
Through the Eyes of the Dead Disomus Deathcore eOne, Good Fight [362]
William Patrick Corgan Ogilala Acoustic rock, folk BMG, Martha's Music, Reprise [363]
October
20
Chris Young Losing Sleep Country RCA Nashville [364]
Darius Rucker When Was the Last Time Country Capitol Nashville [365]
Europe Walk the Earth Hard rock, heavy metal Hell & Back [366]
Jessie Ware Glasshouse Rock Island [367]
Keyshia Cole 11:11 Reset R&B Epic, Sony Music, Hearts and Stars Production Inc. [368]
Lindsey Stirling Warmer in the Winter Christmas, classical crossover Lindseystomp, Universal, Concord [369]
Margo Price All American Made Country Third Man [370]
Niall Horan Flicker Folk pop Capitol, Neon Haze [371]
Paul van Dyk From Then On Trance Vandit [372]
Trivium The Sin and the Sentence Thrash metal, heavy metal, progressive metal Roadrunner [373]
Turnpike Troubadours A Long Way from Your Heart Bossier City Records [374]
October
27
10 Years (How to Live) As Ghosts Alternative rock Mascot [375]
Big K.R.I.T. 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time Southern hip hop BMG, Multi Alumni [376]
Daniele Luppi and Parquet Courts Milano 30th Century, Columbia [377]
Fever Ray Plunge Electropop, experimental Rabid, Mute [378]
Gord Downie Introduce Yerself Arts & Crafts Productions [379]
Granger Smith When the Good Guys Win Country Wheelhouse [380]
Gregory Porter Nat King Cole & Me Jazz Decca, Blue Note [381]
Hollywood Undead Five MDDN, BMG [382]
John Maus Screen Memories Synth-pop, goth-pop, post-punk, new wave Ribbon Music [383]
Julien Baker Turn Out the Lights Matador [384]
Kelly Clarkson Meaning of Life Soul, pop, R&B Atlantic [385]
Lee Ann Womack The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone Country blues, Americana, countrypolitan, Southern soul ATO [386]
Rachel Platten Waves Columbia [387]
Red Gone Christian rock Essential [388]
Rina Sawayama Rina Pop, R&B Rina Sawayama [389]
Stereophonics Scream Above the Sounds Rock Stylus Records, Parlophone [390]
Theory of a Deadman Wake Up Call Pop, pop rock Roadrunner, Atlantic [391]
Ty Dolla Sign Beach House 3 Hip hop, R&B Atlantic [392]
Weezer Pacific Daydream Pop rock, alternative rock, power pop Atlantic [393]
Yelawolf Trial by Fire Country rap Slumerican, Shady, Interscope [394]
October
31
21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin Without Warning Hip hop, trap Motown, Epic, Capitol, Republic, Boominati Worldwide, Quality Control Music, Slaughter Gang [395]
Chris Brown Heartbreak on a Full Moon R&B RCA [396]
Willow Smith The 1st Roc Nation [397]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
November
3
Armand Hammer Rome Hip hop Backwoodz Studioz [398]
Blake Shelton Texoma Shore Country Warner Bros. Nashville [399]
Bryan Adams Ultimate Rock, soft rock Polydor [400]
Converge The Dusk in Us Metalcore, post-hardcore, sludge metal, hardcore punk Epitaph, Deathwish [401]
Grace VanderWaal Just the Beginning pop, indie pop, bluegrass Columbia, Syco [402]
Guy Sebastian Conscious Pop, R&B Sony Music Australia [403]
Kelsea Ballerini Unapologetically Country pop Black River [404]
Kid Rock Sweet Southern Sugar Southern rock, country BMG, Top Dog Records, BMG [405]
Kygo Kids in Love Sony Music, Ultra [406]
Lee Brice Lee Brice Country Curb [407]
Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues Pop, R&B, funk, soft rock 222, Interscope [408]
Sam Smith The Thrill of It All Capitol [409]
Symphony Number One Approaching Contemporary classical SNOtone [410]
November
10
The Corrs Jupiter Calling Folk East West [411]
Evanescence Synthesis Electronica BMG [412]
Langhorne Slim Lost at Last Vol. 1 Dualtone [413]
Pnau Changa etcetc
Quicksand Interiors Post-hardcore Epitaph
Seal Standards Jazz, swing Decca, Virgin EMI
Sleigh Bells Kid Kruschev Noise pop Torn Clean
Taylor Swift Reputation Electropop, pop, Synth-pop Big Machine
Tears for Fears Rule the World: The Greatest Hits Pop rock Virgin EMI [414]
Walk the Moon What If Nothing RCA [415]
November
17
Barenaked Ladies Fake Nudes Alternative rock Vanguard [416]
Baths Romaplasm Electronica Anticon
Bob Seger I Knew You When Rock Capitol
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw The Rest of Our Life Country Arista Nashville
Godflesh Post Self Industrial metal Avalanche
Jeremy Riddle More CCM, worship Bethel Music
Katharine McPhee I Fall in Love Too Easily Jazz BMG [417]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Polygondwanaland Progressive rock, psychedelic rock, acid rock ATO, Flightless
Mavis Staples If All I Was Was Black R&B, soul Anti-
Morrissey Low in High School BMG
Paloma Faith The Architect RCA, Epic
Sia Everyday Is Christmas Christmas Monkey Puzzle, Atlantic
Tove Lo Blue Lips Electropop, dance-pop Island
November
24
Björk Utopia Avant-garde, folktronica One Little Indian
Fabolous and Jadakiss Friday on Elm Street Hip hop, horrorcore Def Jam, Street Family, D-Block
Loreen Ride Indie rock, pop rock, electronic BMG
Matt Terry Trouble Pop Syco
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Who Built the Moon? Psychedelic rock Sour Mash
"Weird Al" Yankovic Squeeze Box: The Complete Works of "Weird Al" Yankovic Comedy Legacy
November
29
B'z Dinosaur Hard rock, pop rock Vermillion Records

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
December
1
Andy Grammer The Good Parts S-Curve, BMG [418]
Chris Stapleton From A Room: Volume 2 Country, Southern rock, Southern soul, Americana Mercury Nashville [419]
Danielle Bradbery I Don't Believe We've Met Country pop Big Machine [420]
The Dear Hunter All Is as All Should Be Progressive rock, indie rock, experimental rock Cave and Canary Goods [421]
Five Finger Death Punch A Decade of Destruction Heavy metal Prospect Park, Eleven Seven [422]
Ha*Ash 30 de Febrero Latin pop Sony Music Latin [423]
Miguel War & Leisure R&B, psychedelic funk, pop Bystorm, RCA [424]
Morbid Angel Kingdoms Disdained Death metal Silver Lining Music, UDR Music [425]
U2 Songs of Experience Pop rock Island, Interscope [426]
December
8
Big Sean and Metro Boomin Double or Nothing Hip hop, trap GOOD Music, Def Jam, Republic, Boominati [427]
Diablo Swing Orchestra Pacifisticuffs Avant-garde metal, swing revival, progressive metal, symphonic metal, experimental rock Candlelight, Spinefarm [428]
Juicy J Rubba Band Business Hip hop, trap Kemosabe, Columbia, Taylor Gang [429]
K. Michelle Kimberly: The People I Used to Know R&B, soul Atlantic [430]
Luke Bryan What Makes You Country Country Capitol Nashville [431]
Story of the Year Wolves Melodic hardcore [432]
Various artists Control the Streets, Volume 1 Hip hop Quality Control, Motown, Capitol, Universal [433]
Walker Hayes Boom Country Monument [434]
December
15
Asking Alexandria Asking Alexandria Hard rock, metalcore, post-hardcore Sumerian [435]
Brockhampton Saturation III Alternative hip hop Question Everything, Inc. Empire [436]
Charli XCX Pop 2 Experimental pop, dance-pop Asylum [437]
Eminem Revival Hip hop Shady, Aftermath, Interscope [438]
G-Eazy The Beautiful & Damned Hip hop BPG, RVG, RCA [439]
Linkin Park One More Light Live Warner Bros., Machine Shop [440]
N.E.R.D No One Ever Really Dies Hip hop, experimental hip hop, new wave, post-punk i Am Other, Columbia [441]
December
22
Gucci Mane El Gato: The Human Glacier Hip hop, trap GUWOP, 1017, Atlantic [442]
December
30
Conan Osiris Adoro Bolos AVNL Records [443]
December
31
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Gumboot Soup Psychedelic rock, psychedelic pop, progressive rock, experimental rock Flightless [444]

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