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List of 2018 albums

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The following is a list of albums released in 2018.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2018 in music.

First quarter

January

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
1
Jeff Rosenstock POST- Punk rock, indie rock, power pop Quote Unquote Records, Polyvinyl [1]
January
5
Cupcakke Ephorize Hip hop [2]
January
12
Avatar Avatar Country Groove metal, melodic death metal, heavy metal, avant-garde metal eOne, Century Media [3]
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Wrong Creatures Alternative rock Abstract Dragon, Vagrant, PIAS Cooperative [4]
Black Veil Brides Vale Glam metal, hard rock, nu metal Lava, Republic [5]
Børns Blue Madonna Pop Interscope [6]
Camila Cabello Camila Pop Epic, Syco Music, Sony Music [7]
Corrosion of Conformity No Cross No Crown Stoner rock, sludge metal, Southern metal Nuclear Blast [8]
Francesca Michielin 2640 Pop, indie pop Sony Music Italy [9]
Joe Satriani What Happens Next Instrumental rock Sony Music [10]
Meghan Patrick Country Music Made Me Do It Country Warner Music Canada [11][12]
Tonight Alive Underworld Alternative rock, pop rock, pop punk Hopeless, UNFD [13]
January
19
Anvil Pounding the Pavement Heavy metal Steamhammer [14]
Black Label Society Grimmest Hits Entertainment One [15]
Eden Vertigo Alternative, indie electronic, indie pop MCMXCV, Astralwerks [16]
Fall Out Boy Mania Pop rock, electropop Island, DCD2 [17]
First Aid Kit Ruins Folk, indie folk Columbia [18]
The Go! Team Semicircle Indie pop Memphis Industries [19]
JPEGMAFIA Veteran Deathbomb Arc [20]
Magnum Lost on the Road to Eternity Rock Steamhammer Records/SPV [21]
Mudhoney LiE Sub Pop [22][23]
Of Mice & Men Defy Metalcore, nu metal Rise [24]
They Might Be Giants I Like Fun Alternative rock, power pop Idlewild [25]
Tune-Yards I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life Indie pop, alternative dance, art pop 4AD [26]
January
26
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa Black Coffee Soul, blues J&R Adventures [27]
Craig David The Time Is Now R&B, tropical house Speakerbox, Insanity, Sony Music [28]
The Dangerous Summer The Dangerous Summer Hopeless [29]
Loudness Rise to Glory Ward Records, earMUSIC [30]
Marmozets Knowing What You Know Now Alternative rock, post-hardcore, math rock Roadrunner [31]
Migos Culture II Hip hop, trap Quality Control, Motown, Capitol [32]
Nils Frahm All Melody Erased Tapes [33]
Orphaned Land Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs Century [34]
Pestilence Hadeon Technical death metal Hammerheart [35]
Therion Beloved Antichrist Symphonic metal Nuclear Blast [36]
Ty Segall Freedom's Goblin Drag City [37]
Waterparks Entertainment Equal Vision [38]

February

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
2
Awolnation Here Come the Runts Red Bull [39]
Don Broco Technology Hard rock, electronic rock SharpTone [40]
Justin Timberlake Man of the Woods Pop, R&B RCA [41]
Rhye Blood R&B Loma Vista [42]
Rich Brian Amen Hip hop Empire, 88 Rising [43]
Saxon Thunderbolt Heavy metal Silver Lining Music [44]
Shannon Noll Unbroken Pop rock Warner Music Australia [45]
February
9
The Atlas Moth Coma Noir Prosthetic [46]
Dashboard Confessional Crooked Shadows Fueled by Ramen [47]
Don Diablo Future Future house Hexagon [48]
Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending Indie rock, new wave, dance-punk Domino [49]
MGMT Little Dark Age Synth-pop, psychedelic pop Columbia [50]
Toto 40 Trips Around the Sun Columbia, Legacy [51]
The Wombats Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life Indie pop, indie rock, synth-pop 14th Floor, Bright Antenna [52]
February
14
Band-Maid World Domination Hard rock, heavy metal Crown Stones, JPU [53]
Kodak Black Heart Break Kodak R&B Atlantic [54]
February
16
Brandi Carlile By the Way, I Forgive You Americana Low Country Sound, Elektra [55]
Car Seat Headrest Twin Fantasy (Face to Face) Indie rock Matador [56]
Dita Von Teese Dita Von Teese Synth-pop Record Makers [57]
Escape the Fate I Am Human Eleven Seven [58]
Felix Jaehn I Dance, tropical house, EDM L'Agentur [59]
ionnalee Everyone Afraid to Be Forgotten Synth-pop, dance-pop, electropop To whom it may concern. [60]
Ought Room Inside the World Post-punk, art punk, punk rock Merge [61][62]
Poliça and s t a r g a z e Music for the Long Emergency Transgressive [63]
Pop Evil Pop Evil Rock eOne [64]
Senses Fail If There Is Light, It Will Find You Screamo, pop punk Pure Noise [65]
February
23
6ix9ine Day69 Trap ScumGang, TenThousand Projects, Interscope [66]
Danielle Nicole Cry No More [67]
Vance Joy Nation of Two Indie folk, indie pop Liberation Music [68]

March

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
1
Ruby Fields Your Dad's Opinion for Dinner Ruby Fields [69]
March
2
Alma Heavy Rules Mixtape PME [70]
Andrew W.K. You're Not Alone Hard rock RED, Sony Music [71]
Moby Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt Trip hop, electronica Little Idiot, Mute [72]
Superorganism Superorganism Indie pop, psychedelic pop, bedroom pop, alternative dance Domino [73]
Tory Lanez Memories Don't Die Mad Love Records, Interscope [74]
March
9
Calum Scott Only Human Capitol [75]
Datarock Face the Brutality Young Aspiring Professionals [76]
David Byrne American Utopia Todo Mundo, Nonesuch [77]
Editors Violence Alternative rock, electronic rock, new wave, post-punk revival, indie rock PIAS [78]
Judas Priest Firepower Heavy metal Epic [79]
Lil Yachty Lil Boat 2 Hip hop Quality Control, Capitol, Motown [80]
Logic Bobby Tarantino II Hip hop Def Jam [81]
Myles Kennedy Year of the Tiger Napalm [82]
Suicidal Tendencies Get Your Fight On! Suicidal Records [83]
March
16
Dorothy 28 Days in the Valley Rock Roc Nation [84]
Fickle Friends You Are Someone Else Polydor [85]
The Fratellis In Your Own Sweet Time Alternative rock Cooking Vinyl [86]
Laura Pausini Fatti sentire Pop Warner Music [87]
Scotty McCreery Seasons Change Country Triple Tigers [88]
Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Hard rock, post-grunge, psychedelic rock Rhino [89]
XXXTentacion ? Bad Vibes Forever, Caroline, Capitol [90]
March
23
Dami Im I Hear a Song Sony Music Australia [91]
George Ezra Staying at Tamara's Folk pop Columbia [92]
Guided by Voices Space Gun Indie rock Rockathon Records [93]
Jack White Boarding House Reach Blues rock Third Man, Columbia, XL [94]
Preoccupations New Material Jagjaguwar, Flemish Eye [95]
Toni Braxton Sex & Cigarettes R&B, soul Def Jam [96]
March
28
Troy Cassar-Daley Lost & Found Country Liberation Music [97]
March
30
deadmau5 Where's the Drop? Classical, electronica, ambient mau5trap [98]
En Vogue Electric Café eOne [99]
Hayley Kiyoko Expectations Pop, synth-pop Empire, Atlantic [100]
Kacey Musgraves Golden Hour Country MCA Nashville [101]
Kate Nash Yesterday Was Forever Indie rock, garage punk, punk rock, indie pop Girl Gang [102]
Red Sun Rising Thread Alternative rock, hard rock Razor & Tie [103]
Rich the Kid The World Is Yours Hip hop Interscope, Rich Forever [104]
Steffany Gretzinger Blackout Worship, pop Bethel Music [105]
The Voidz Virtue Neo-psychedelia, new wave, psychedelic pop, garage rock Cult, RCA [106]
The Weeknd My Dear Melancholy, R&B, hip hop XO, Republic [107]

Second quarter

April

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
6
Cardi B Invasion of Privacy Hip hop Atlantic [108]
CNCO CNCO Latin pop, reggaeton Sony Latin [109]
E-40 and B-Legit Connected and Respected Hip hop Heavy On The Grind [110]
Eels The Deconstruction Indie rock E Works, PIAS [111]
Gin Wigmore Ivory Island Records Australia [112]
Kali Uchis Isolation R&B, neo soul, bossa nova, reggaeton, hip hop, funk, bedroom pop Rinse, Virgin, Universal [113]
Kylie Minogue Golden Country pop Darenote, BMG [114]
Thirty Seconds to Mars America Electronica, art pop Interscope [115]
Tina Arena Quand tout Recommence Pop Play Two [116]
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Sex & Food Funk, rock, folk, R&B, disco, psychedelic Jagjaguwar [117]
Various artists Revamp: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin Island [118]
Various artists Restoration: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin Universal Nashville [118]
April
13
Beth Hart Front and Center – Live from New York Jazz, soul blues, piano blues, electric blues Provogue [119]
Breaking Benjamin Ember Post-grunge, nu metal, hard rock Hollywood [120]
Gurrumul Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) World, classical crossover SkinnyFish Music [121]
King Tuff The Other Rock Sub Pop [122]
Manic Street Preachers Resistance Is Futile Alternative rock Columbia, Sony Music [123]
Sofi Tukker Treehouse Ultra Music [124]
Tinashe Joyride Alternative R&B RCA [125]
April
20
Bishop Briggs Church of Scars Indie pop Island, Teleport [126][127]
J. Cole KOD Conscious hip hop, jazz rap Dreamville, Roc Nation, Interscope [128]
Kimbra Primal Heart Pop Warner Bros. [129]
My Indigo My Indigo Indie pop BMG [130]
Mýa TKO (The Knock Out) R&B Planet 9, MGM, The Orchard [131]
Pennywise Never Gonna Die Epitaph [132]
A Perfect Circle Eat the Elephant Progressive rock, hard rock BMG [133]
Samantha Jade Best of My Love Pop, dance-pop, disco Sony Music Australia [134]
Sting and Shaggy 44/876 Reggae A&M, Interscope, Cherrytree Records [135]
Stryper God Damn Evil Frontiers [136]
April
27
Anne-Marie Speak Your Mind Pop, EDM Major Tom's, Asylum [137]
Blossoms Cool Like You Indie pop, pop rock Virgin EMI [138]
Elohim Elohim Electropop BMG [139]
Godsmack When Legends Rise Hard rock BMG [140]
Janelle Monáe Dirty Computer Pop, funk, hip hop, R&B, neo soul Wondaland, Bad Boy, Atlantic [141]
Kasey Chambers and the Fireside Disciples Campfire Country Warner Music Australasia [142]
Keith Urban Graffiti U Capitol Nashville [143]
Matt Cardle Time to Be Alive Sony Music [144]
Missy Higgins Solastalgia Pop Eleven: A Music Company [145]
Okkervil River In the Rainbow Rain ATO [146]
Poo Bear Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music Capitol [147]
Post Malone Beerbongs & Bentleys Pop, hip hop, R&B Republic [148]
Saara Aalto Wild Wild Wonderland Pop Warner Music [149]
Steve Angello Human Progressive house, electro, synthwave Size Records [150]
Titãs Doze Flores Amarelas: Act I Rock Universal Music Brasil [151]
YoungBoy Never Broke Again Until Death Call My Name Gangsta rap, trap Never Broke Again, Atlantic [152]

May

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
4
Belly Dove Alternative rock Belly Touring [153]
Frank Turner Be More Kind Indie rock, indie folk Xtra Mile, Polydor [154]
Gaz Coombes World's Strongest Man Rock Caroline International, Hot Fruit Records [155]
Ghastly The Mystifying Oracle Dubstep, bass [156]
Jon Hopkins Singularity Electronic, ambient Domino [157]
Lake Street Dive Free Yourself Up Nonesuch [158]
Leon Bridges Good Thing Columbia [159]
Plan B Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose Soul, R&B, hip hop Atlantic [160]
Shinedown Attention Attention Hard rock, pop rock, alternative rock, arena rock Atlantic [161]
Titãs Doze Flores Amarelas: Act II Rock Universal Music Brasil [151]
May
11
Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Psychedelic pop, lounge, space rock, glam rock Domino [162]
Bad Wolves Disobey Groove metal, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock Eleven Seven Music [163]
Beach House 7 Dream pop, psychedelic pop Sub Pop, Bella Union, Mistletone [164]
Charlie Puth Voicenotes Pop, R&B Atlantic [165]
Loreena McKennitt Lost Souls Folk, world, Celtic Quinlan Road [166]
Titãs Doze Flores Amarelas: Act III Rock Universal Music Brasil [151]
May
18
BTS Love Yourself: Tear K-pop, hip hop, alternative R&B, EDM, pop Big Hit, iriver [167]
Courtney Barnett Tell Me How You Really Feel Milk!, Mom + Pop, Marathon Artists [168]
Echo & the Bunnymen The Stars, the Oceans & the Moon [169]
Five Finger Death Punch And Justice for None Heavy metal, hard rock, nu metal, blues rock Prospect Park, Eleven Seven Music [170]
James Bay Electric Light Rock, pop, R&B Virgin EMI [171]
Maluma F.A.M.E. Latin pop Sony Music Latin [172]
Parquet Courts Wide Awake! Indie rock, post-punk revival, dance-punk, punk rock Rough Trade [173]
May
23
Juice Wrld Goodbye & Good Riddance Emo rap Grade A, Interscope [174]
May
25
ASAP Rocky Testing Experimental hip hop, psychedelic ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds, RCA [175]
Chvrches Love Is Dead Synth-pop Goodbye, Virgin [176]
Dear Nora Skulls Example Indie folk, indie pop, indie rock Orindal Records [177]
J Balvin Vibras Pop, reggaeton Universal Latin [178]
Jessie J R.O.S.E. Republic [179]
Prefuse 73 Sacrifices Lex [180]
Pusha T Daytona Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam [181]
Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes Pop Island [182]
Snow Patrol Wildness Alternative rock, indie pop, pop rock Polydor [183]

June

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
1
Ben Howard Noonday Dream Island [184]
Father John Misty God's Favorite Customer Soft rock, folk rock, baroque pop, glam pop Sub Pop, Bella Union [185]
Kanye West Ye Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam [186]
Kara Grainger Living with Your Ghost Roots, blues, soul Station House Records [187]
Natalie Prass The Future and the Past ATO [188]
Owl City Cinematic [189]
The Presets Hi Viz Electronic Modular, EMI [190]
Roger Daltrey As Long as I Have You Polydor [191]
June
8
Dave Matthews Band Come Tomorrow Rock RCA [192]
Jorja Smith Lost & Found R&B, pop FAMM [193]
Kids See Ghosts Kids See Ghosts Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam [194]
Lily Allen No Shame Electropop Parlophone, Regal [195]
Lykke Li So Sad So Sexy Pop, R&B RCA [196]
Sheppard Watching the Sky Indie pop, indie rock Empire of Song [197]
Sugarland Bigger Country Big Machine [198]
June
15
5 Seconds of Summer Youngblood Pop Capitol, Hi or Hey [199]
Buddy Guy The Blues Is Alive and Well Blues RCA, Silvertone [200]
Christina Aguilera Liberation Hip hop, R&B RCA [201]
Chromeo Head Over Heels Funk Big Beat, Atlantic [202]
Gin Blossoms Mixed Reality Alternative rock Cleopatra [203]
Jay Rock Redemption West Coast hip hop Top Dawg, Interscope [204]
Jess & Matt Songs from the Village Pop Sony Music Australia [205]
Johnny Marr Call the Comet Indie rock New Voodoo, Warner Bros. [206]
Mike Shinoda Post Traumatic Alternative hip hop, rap rock, alternative rock Warner Bros., Machine Shop [207]
Nas Nasir Hip hop Mass Appeal, Def Jam [208]
Rico Nasty Nasty Hip hop [209]
Sophie Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides Avant-pop, electronic MSMSMSM, Future Classic, Transgressive [210]
June
16
The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) Everything Is Love Hip hop Parkwood, Roc Nation [211]
June
22
Bebe Rexha Expectations Pop Warner Bros. [212]
Dawes Passwords Folk rock, pop rock Hub Records [213]
Death Grips Year of the Snitch Industrial hip hop, experimental hip hop Third Worlds, Harvest [214]
Gang Gang Dance Kazuashita 4AD [215]
Jack River Sugar Mountain I OH YOU [216]
Marshmello Joytime II Joytime Collective [217]
Nine Inch Nails Bad Witch Industrial rock The Null Corporation, Capitol [218]
Panic! at the Disco Pray for the Wicked Pop, jazz, baroque pop, pop rock, alternative rock Fueled by Ramen, DCD2 [219]
Teyana Taylor K.T.S.E. R&B GOOD Music [220]
June
29
Bullet for My Valentine Gravity Alternative metal, nu metal, post-hardcore Spinefarm [221]
Drake Scorpion Hip hop, R&B, pop OVO Sound, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic [222]
Florence and the Machine High as Hope Indie pop, orchestral rock Virgin EMI, Republic [223]
Gorillaz The Now Now Funk, synth-pop, new wave, soul Parlophone, Warner Bros. [224]
Judith Durham So Much More Decca, Universal Music Australia [225]
Sean Paul Mad Love the Prequel SJP, Island [226]

Third quarter

July

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
4
Red Velvet Cookie Jar K-pop, electropop, synth-pop Avex Trax [227]
July
6
DevilDriver Outlaws 'til the End: Vol. 1 Groove metal, melodic death metal Napalm [228]
Years & Years Palo Santo Dance-pop, electropop Polydor [229]
July
9
Twice Summer Nights K-pop, dance JYP Entertainment, iriver [230]
July
13
Adam Brand Milestones... 20 Years Country music Adam Brand, ABC Music, Universal Music Australia [231]
Amy Shark Love Monster Indie pop, alternative Wonderlick Entertainment, Sony Music Australia [232]
Cowboy Junkies All That Reckoning Alternative country, rock, Americana Latent, Proper [233]
Dirty Projectors Lamp Lit Prose Indie pop, experimental pop Domino [234]
Rick Astley Beautiful Life Pop, soul BMG [235]
The Vamps Night & Day (Day Edition) Pop Mercury, Virgin EMI [236]
Various artists Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Capitol, Polydor [237]
Wet Still Run Indie pop Columbia [238]
July
20
88rising Head in the Clouds 88rising Records, 12Tone Music [239]
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway Dictator [240]
The Internet Hive Mind R&B, funk, hip hop, jazz, blues Columbia [241]
Meg Myers Take Me to the Disco Alternative rock, pop rock 300 Entertainment [242]
Ty Segall and White Fence Joy Drag City [243]
July
27
Denzel Curry Ta13oo Hip hop PH, Loma Vista [244]
Halestorm Vicious Hard rock, alternative metal, glam metal Atlantic [245]
Tim Campbell Electrifying 80s Pop, pop rock Encore Records [246]
The Screaming Jets Gotcha Covered Dinner for Wolves [247]

August

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
3
Diesel 30: The Greatest Hits Bloodlines, Universal Music Australia [248]
Iggy Azalea Survive the Summer Hip hop Island [249]
James Living in Extraordinary Times Infectious Music [250][251]
Lovelytheband Finding It Hard to Smile Indie pop, pop rock Another Century [252]
Mac Miller Swimming Hip hop, jazz rap REMember Music, Warner Bros. [253]
Travis Scott Astroworld Hip hop Grand Hustle, Epic, Cactus Jack [254]
YG Stay Dangerous Gangsta rap 4Hunnid, CTE, Def Jam [255]
August
10
As It Is The Great Depression Fearless [256]
Foxing Nearer My God Indie rock, ambient, electronic, post-rock, art rock Triple Crown [257]
Jake Shears Jake Shears Pop, rock, funk, dance-rock, glam rock Freida Jean Records [258]
Jason Mraz Know. Pop rock Atlantic [259]
Lali Brava Latin pop Sony Argentina [260]
Nicki Minaj Queen Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money [261]
Trippie Redd Life's a Trip Pop punk, emo rap TenThousand Projects, Caroline [262]
August
15
Aminé OnePointFive Hip hop, trap Republic, CBLN [263]
Ayumi Hamasaki Trouble J-pop, rock Avex Trax, Avex Music Creative Inc. [264]
August
17
Animal Collective Tangerine Reef Ambient Domino [265]
Ariana Grande Sweetener Pop, R&B, trap Republic [266]
Blue October I Hope You're Happy Rock, synth-pop, indie, alternative Up/Down Records, Brando Records [267]
Death Cab for Cutie Thank You for Today Alternative rock, indie pop Atlantic [268]
Gabrielle Under My Skin Pop, R&B BMG [269]
Miles Kane Coup de Grâce Indie rock, alternative rock Virgin EMI [270]
Mitski Be the Cowboy Dead Oceans [271]
Ninja Sex Party Cool Patrol Comedy rock [272]
Stefflon Don Secure 54 London, Quality Control Music [273]
Young Thug Slime Language YSL, 300 [274]
August
23
Fall Out Boy Lake Effect Kid Pop rock, pop punk Island, Decaydance [275]
August
24
Alice in Chains Rainier Fog Doom metal, sludge metal, hard rock BMG [276]
The Amity Affliction Misery Metalcore, electronicore UNFD, Roadrunner [277]
Beccy Cole Lioness Country Beccy Cole Music, ABC Music [278]
Honne Love Me / Love Me Not Atlantic [279]
Interpol Marauder Indie rock Matador [280]
Jain Souldier Pop Spookland, Columbia, Sony Music [281]
Liam Payne First Time Capitol [282]
Ozuna Aura Reggaeton VP, Dimelo VI, Sony Latin [283]
White Denim Performance City Slang [284]
August
31
Anna Calvi Hunter Domino [285]
Eminem Kamikaze Hip hop Aftermath, Interscope, Shady, Goliath Records [286]
Idles Joy as an Act of Resistance Punk rock Partisan [287]
Troye Sivan Bloom Pop, dance-pop EMI Australia, Capitol [288]
Wild Nothing Indigo Captured Tracks [289]
Why Don't We 8 Letters [290]

September

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
September
7
Clutch Book of Bad Decisions Stoner rock, blues rock Weathermaker Music [291]
Estelle Lovers Rock Reggae VP Records, Established 1980 Records [292]
Hozier Nina Cried Power Rubyworks [293]
Lenny Kravitz Raise Vibration Rock, funk Roxie, BMG [294]
Paul McCartney Egypt Station Rock, pop Capitol [295]
Paul Simon In the Blue Light Pop Legacy [296]
Suicidal Tendencies Still Cyco Punk After All These Years Hardcore punk Suicidal Records [297]
September
14
Ana Popović Like It on Top ArtisteXclusive Records [298]
Ann Wilson Immortal BMG [299]
Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty Country pop, R&B Capitol Records Nashville [300]
David Guetta 7 What a Music, Parlophone, Big Beat, Atlantic [301]
Good Charlotte Generation Rx MDDN, BMG [302]
Pale Waves My Mind Makes Noises Indie pop, goth-rock, synth-pop Dirty Hit, Interscope [303]
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall Love Is Here to Stay Jazz Verve, Columbia [304]
Tori Kelly Hiding Place Gospel Capitol, Schoolboy [305]
September
21
Brockhampton Iridescence Hip hop Question Everything, RCA [306]
Josh Groban Bridges Reprise [307]
Macy Gray Ruby Mack Avenue [308]
Metric Art of Doubt Metric Music International [309]
Noah Cyrus Good Cry Pop [310]
Prince Piano and a Microphone 1983 Warner Bros. [311]
Say Lou Lou Immortelle á Deux, Cosmos Music [312]
Suede The Blue Hour Warner Music UK [313]
Therapy? Cleave Alternative metal Marshall Records [314]
Voivod The Wake Thrash metal, progressive metal Century Media [315]
September
28
Cher Dancing Queen Pop Warner Bros. [316]
Cypress Hill Elephants on Acid Alternative hip hop, hardcore hip hop BMG [317]
Eves Karydas Summerskin Pop rock, alternative Dew Process, Universal Music Australia [318]
Getter Visceral Experimental, bass, hip hop Mau5trap [319]
Kodaline Politics of Living Pop [320]
Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Southern hip hop Young Money, Republic, Universal [321]
Logic YSIV Visionary, Def Jam [322]
Loretta Lynn Wouldn't It Be Great Country, Americana Sony Legacy [323]
Nile Rodgers and Chic It's About Time Virgin EMI [324]
Rod Stewart Blood Red Roses Republic, Decca [325]
Sigala Brighter Days Ministry of Sound, Columbia [326]

Fourth quarter

October

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
October
4
Pabllo Vittar Não Para Não Sony Music [327]
October
5
Coheed and Cambria Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures Progressive rock Roadrunner [328]
KT Tunstall Wax Virgin [329]
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Country, rock, pop Interscope [330]
LANY Malibu Nights Pop Side Street, Polydor [331]
Mario Dancing Shadows New Citizen, Empire [332]
Tokyo Police Club TPC Dine Alone [333]
Twenty One Pilots Trench Fueled by Ramen [334]
October 12 Atreyu In Our Wake Spinefarm [335]
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians Rocket [336]
Ella Mai Ella Mai R&B 10 Summers, Interscope [337]
Eric Clapton Happy Xmas Christmas [338]
Jess Glynne Always In Between Atlantic [339]
Morgan Evans Things That We Drink To Country Warner Music Nashville [340]
Paul Kelly Nature EMI Music Australia [341]
Quavo Quavo Huncho Trap Capitol, Motown, Quality Control [342]
Sister Sparrow Gold Soul, rock Thirty Tigers [343]
October 19 Ace Frehley Spaceman Hard rock Entertainment One Music [344]
Disturbed Evolution Hard rock Reprise [345]
Elle King Shake the Spirit RCA [346]
Greta Van Fleet Anthem of the Peaceful Army Republic [347]
How to Dress Well The Anteroom Domino [348]
Juice Wrld and Future Wrld on Drugs Epic [349]
Forever Neverland Pop Columbia [350]
Novo Amor Birthplace All Points [351]
Rüfüs Du Sol Solace Rüfüs Du Sol [352]
Troy Cassar-Daley Greatest Hits Country Liberation Music [353]
October 26 Allie X Super Sunset Allie X Canada [354][355]
Andrea Bocelli Sugar [356]
The Black Eyed Peas Masters of the Sun Vol. 1 Political hip hop Interscope [357]
Elisa Diari aperti Universal Music Italia [358]
Gang of Youths MTV Unplugged (Live in Melbourne) Mosy Recordings, Sony Music Australia [359]
Haken Vector Progressive metal, progressive rock Inside Out [360]
Jessie J This Christmas Day Christmas Republic [361]
John Legend A Legendary Christmas Christmas Columbia [362]
Joji Ballads 1 88rising, 12Tone [363]
Mark Vincent The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Christmas Sony Music Australia [364]
Nao Saturn R&B, jazz Little Tokyo, Sony Music, RCA [365]
Pentatonix Christmas Is Here! Christmas, A cappella RCA [366]
Robyn Honey Electropop, post-disco Konichiwa, Interscope [367]
The Struts Young & Dangerous Interscope [368]
Vera Blue Lady Powers Live at the Forum Universal Music Australia [369]

November

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
November
2
Barbra Streisand Walls Pop Columbia [370]
David Archuleta Winter in the Air Christmas [371]
Dead Can Dance Dionysus PIAS [372]
H.E.R. I Used to Know Her: Part 2 R&B RCA [373]
Kelly Moran Ultraviolet Contemporary classical, electronic, experimental Warp [374]
Pistol Annies Interstate Gospel Country, Americana RCA Nashville [375]
The Prodigy No Tourists Take Me to the Hospital, BMG [376]
Rosalía El mal querer New flamenco Sony Music [377]
Samantha Jade The Magic of Christmas Christmas Sony Music Australia [378]
Takeoff The Last Rocket Trap Capitol, Motown, Quality Control [379]
November
9
Cupcakke Eden Hip hop [380]
Gabe Lopez God Bless the Queens Spectra Music Group [381]
Imagine Dragons Origins Kidinakorner, Polydor, Interscope [382]
Larkin Poe Venom & Faith [383]
Muse Simulation Theory Warner Bros. [384]
Olly Murs You Know I Know RCA, Sony Music [385]
Sabrina Carpenter Singular: Act I Hollywood [386]
Sarah Brightman Hymn Decca [387]
Ted Nugent The Music Made Me Do It [388]
November
16
Anderson Paak Oxnard Funk, soul, hip hop, R&B Aftermath, OBE, 12 Tone, ADA [389]
Boyzone Thank You & Goodnight [390]
Giorgia Pop Heart Microphonica, Sony Music [391][392]
The Good, the Bad & the Queen Merrie Land Alternative rock, art rock Studio 13 [393]
Karise Eden Born to Fight Island Australia, Universal [394]
Lil Gotit Hood Baby Hip hop Alamo [395]
Little Mix LM5 RCA UK, Columbia [396]
Mariah Carey Caution Epic [397]
Mark Knopfler Down the Road Wherever British Grove, Universal, Virgin EMI [398]
Michael Bublé Love Reprise [399]
Missy Higgins The Special Ones Eleven: A Music Company [400]
Mumford & Sons Delta Gentlemen of the Road, Island, Glassnote [401]
The Smashing Pumpkins Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun. Napalm [402]
November
23
Eros Ramazzotti Vita ce n'è Polydor [403]
Rita Ora Phoenix Atlantic [404]
November
26
J.I.D DiCaprio 2 Hip hop Dreamville, Interscope, Spillage Village [405]
November
30
The 1975 A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships Dirty Hit, Polydor [406]
Alessia Cara The Pains of Growing Def Jam [407]
Beth Hart Live at the Royal Albert Hall Rock, jazz, blues, soul Provogue [408]
Clean Bandit What Is Love? Atlantic [409]
Marco Mengoni Atlantico Sony Music [410]
Meek Mill Championships Hip hop Atlantic, Maybach Music [411]
Mel Parsons Glass Heart Indie folk, Americana Cape Road Recordings, Native Tongue Music [412]

December

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
December
7
Metal Church Damned If You Do Rat Pak Records, Nuclear Blast, King [413]
December
8
Megan McKenna Story of Me Country, pop Frtyfive Records [414]
December
12
Infected Mushroom Head of NASA and the 2 Amish Boys Psychedelic trance Monstercat [415]
December
14
Alan Walker Different World Electro house, progressive house MER, Sony Music [416]
The Chainsmokers Sick Boy EDM, future bass, trap Disruptor, Columbia [417]
Kodak Black Dying to Live Atlantic [418]
Zayn Icarus Falls RCA [419]
December
20
Trisha Yearwood Let's Be Frank Country Gwendolyn Records [420]
December
21
21 Savage I Am > I Was Epic, Slaughter Gang [421]
A Boogie wit da Hoodie Hoodie SZN High Bridge, Atlantic [422]
Reel Big Fish Life Sucks...Let's Dance! Rock Ridge [423]
December
26
Jolin Tsai Ugly Beauty Sony Music [424]

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