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The following is a list of albums released or scheduled for release in 2018.

First quarter

January

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
1
Jeff Rosenstock POST- Punk rock, indie rock, power pop Quote Unquote Records, Polyvinyl Jack Shirley [1]
January
5
Cupcakke Ephorize Hip hop Def Starz, Turreekk [2]
January
12
Avatar Avatar Country Groove metal, melodic death metal, heavy metal, avant-garde metal eOne, Century Media Jay Ruston [3]
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Wrong Creatures Vagrant [4]
Black Veil Brides Vale Glam metal, hard rock, nu metal Lava, Republic John Feldmann [5]
Børns Blue Madonna Pop Interscope Tommy English [6]
Camila Cabello Camila Pop Epic, Syco Music, Sony Music Frank Dukes, Jarami, The Futuristics, Jesse Shatkin [7]
Corrosion of Conformity No Cross No Crown Nuclear Blast John Custer [8]
Francesca Michielin 2640 Sony Music Italy Michele Canova [9]
Joe Satriani What Happens Next Instrumental rock Sony Music Mike Fraser [10]
Meghan Patrick Country Music Made Me Do It Country Warner Music Canada Jeremy Stover [11][12]
Tonight Alive Underworld Alternative rock, pop rock, pop punk Hopeless, UNFD Dave Petrovic [13]
January
19
Anvil Pounding the Pavement Heavy metal Steamhammer Jörg Uken [14]
Black Label Society Grimmest Hits Entertainment One [15]
Eden Vertigo Alternative, indie electronic, indie pop MCMXCV, Astralwerks Jonathon Ng [16]
Fall Out Boy Mania Pop rock, electropop Island, DCD2 Jonny Coffer, Fall Out Boy, Illangelo, Dave Sardy, Jesse Shatkin, Butch Walker [17]
First Aid Kit Ruins Folk, indie folk Columbia Tucker Martine [18]
The Go! Team Semicircle Indie pop Memphis Industries Ian Parton [19]
JPEGMAFIA Veteran Deathbomb Arc JPEGMAFIA [20]
Magnum Lost on the Road to Eternity Steamhammer Records/SPV [21]
Mudhoney LiE Sub Pop [22][23]
Of Mice & Men Defy Metalcore, nu metal Rise Howard Benson [24]
They Might Be Giants I Like Fun Alternative rock, power pop Idlewild They Might Be Giants, Pat Dillett [25]
Tune-Yards I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life Indie pop, alternative dance, art pop 4AD Nate Brenner, Merrill Garbus [26]
January
26
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa Black Coffee Soul, blues J&R Adventures Kevin Shirley [27]
Craig David The Time Is Now R&B, tropical house Speakerbox, Insanity, Sony Music Tre Jean-Marie, Fraser T Smith, Kaytranada, Jonas Blue, Chase & Status, Steve Mac, Diztortion, Blonde, Nosaappollo [28]
The Dangerous Summer The Dangerous Summer Hopeless [29]
Loudness Rise to Glory Ward Records, earMUSIC [30]
Migos Culture II Hip hop, trap Quality Control, Motown, Capitol Quavo, DJ Durel, 808 Godz, Buddah Bless, Cardo, Cassius Jay, Cubeatz, D Shine, Deko, Dun Deal, Earl, Figurez Made It, FKi, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., JSDG, Kanye West, Manny Flexx, Metro Boomin, Mike Dean, Msimp, Murda Beatz, Nonstop da Hitman, OG Parker, Pharrell Williams, Ricky Racks, The Arcade, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla Sign, Wheezy, Zaytoven [31]
Nils Frahm All Melody Erased Tapes Nils Frahm [32]
Orphaned Land Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs Century [33]
Pestilence Hadeon Technical death metal Hammerheart [34]
Therion Beloved Antichrist Nuclear Blast Christofer Johnsson [35]
Ty Segall Freedom's Goblin Drag City [36]
Waterparks Entertainment Equal Vision Benji Madden [37]

February

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
2
Awolnation Here Come the Runts Red Bull Aaron Bruno [38]
Don Broco Technology SharpTone Jason Perry, Dan Lancester [39]
Justin Timberlake Man of the Woods Pop, R&B RCA Justin Timberlake, Danja, Larrance Dopson, Eric Hudson, Elliott Ives, Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon, Rob Knox, The Neptunes, Timbaland [40]
Rhye Blood Loma Vista [41]
Rich Brian Amen Empire, 88 Rising [42]
Saxon Thunderbolt Heavy metal Silver Lining Music Andy Sneap [43]
Shannon Noll Unbroken Pop rock Warner Music Australia [44]
February
9
The Atlas Moth Coma Noir Prosthetic [45]
Dashboard Confessional Crooked Shadows [46]
Don Diablo Future Future house Hexagon Don Diablo [47]
Franz Ferdinand Always Ascending Indie rock, new wave, dance-punk Domino Philippe Zdar [48]
MGMT Little Dark Age Synth-pop, psychedelic pop Columbia Dave Fridmann, MGMT, Patrick Wimberly [49]
Toto 40 Trips Around the Sun Columbia, Legacy [50]
The Wombats Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life Indie rock, post-punk, new wave Kobalt Label Services [51]
February
14
Band-Maid World Domination Crown Stones [52]
February
16
Brandi Carlile By the Way, I Forgive You Low Country Sound, Elektra [53]
Car Seat Headrest Twin Fantasy (Face to Face) Indie rock Matador Will Toledo [54]
Dita Von Teese Dita Von Teese Synth-pop Record Makers Mind Gamers, Nicolas Godin, Pierre Rousseau [55]
Escape the Fate I Am Human Better Noise Records Howard Benson [56]
Felix Jaehn I Tropical house L'Agentur [57]
ionnalee Everyone Afraid to Be Forgotten To whom it may concern. Barbelle, Jonna Lee, TR/ST [58]
Ought Room Inside the World Merge Nicolas Vernhes [59][60]
Poliça and s t a r g a z e Music for the Long Emergency Transgressive [61]
Pop Evil Pop Evil Hard rock, metalcore eOne Kato Khandwala [62]
Senses Fail If There Is Light, It Will Find You Pure Noise Beau Burchell [63]
February
23
6ix9ine Day69 Trap ScumGang, TenThousand Projects, Interscope Beat Menace, Flamm, Koncept P, mjNichols, Pharaoh Vice, Pi'erre Bourne, Phosphate Beats, Sticksonthebeat, Taz Taylor, TooPristine, Wizard Lee Weinberg [64]
Danielle Nicole Cry No More [65]
Vance Joy Nation of Two Indie folk, indie pop Liberation Music [66]

March

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
2
Alma Heavy Rules Mixtape PME [67]
Andrew W.K. You're Not Alone Hard rock RED, Sony Music Andrew W.K. [68]
Moby Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt Little Idiot, Mute Moby [69]
Superorganism Superorganism Indie pop, psychedelic pop Domino Superorganism [70]
Tory Lanez Memories Don't Die Mad Love Records, Interscope Tory Lanez, Play Picasso, AraabMuzik, Benny Blanco, BobbyMadeTheBeat, C-Sick, Cashmere Cat, Christian Lou, Dr. Zeuz, EC Fresco, Happy Perez, Lavish, Mansa, Nick Fouryn, OG Parker, Sean Myer, Sergio R., Smash David, SkipOnDaBeat, Trvp Vee [71]
March
9
Calum Scott Only Human Capitol Fraser T Smith, Robyn, Patrik Berger [72]
Datarock Face the Brutality Young Aspiring Professionals [73]
David Byrne American Utopia Todo Mundo, Nonesuch David Byrne, Rodaidh McDonald [74]
Editors Violence PIAS Leo Abrahams, Editors [75]
Judas Priest Firepower Heavy metal Epic Tom Allom, Andy Sneap [76]
Lil Yachty Lil Boat 2 Hip hop Quality Control, Capitol, Motown 30 Roc, Pi'erre Bourne, Buddah Bless, Digital Nas, DJ Durel, DY, Earl the Pearl, Jabz, Steve Lean, Polo Boy Shawty, Charlie Shuffler, Southside [77]
Logic Bobby Tarantino II Hip hop Def Jam 6ix, Nico Chiara, DJ Khalil, Frank Dukes, Illmind, Logic, Marshmello, OZ, Kevin Randolph, Tariq Beats, Tee-Watt, Vontae Thomas [78]
Myles Kennedy Year of the Tiger Napalm Michael Baskette [79]
Suicidal Tendencies Get Your Fight On! Suicidal Records Paul Northfield [80]
March
16
Dorothy 28 Days in the Valley Rock Roc Nation Linda Perry [81]
Fickle Friends You Are Someone Else Polydor Fickle Friends, Mike Crossey, Charlie Hugall, Jonathan Gilmore, Mark Ralph, Mike Spencer [82]
The Fratellis In Your Own Sweet Time Alternative rock Cooking Vinyl Tony Hoffer [83]
Laura Pausini Fatti sentire Pop Warner Music Laura Pausini [84]
Scotty McCreery Seasons Change Country Triple Tigers Frank Rogers, Derek Wells, Aaron Eshuis [85]
Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Alternative rock Atlantic Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo [86]
XXXTentacion ? Bad Vibes Forever XXXTentacion, John Cunningham [87]
March
23
Dami Im I Hear a Song Sony Music Australia [88]
George Ezra Staying at Tamara's Columbia Cam Blackwood, Joel Pott [89]
Guided by Voices Space Gun Indie rock Rockathon Records [90]
Jack White Boarding House Reach Blues rock Third Man, Columbia, XL Jack White [91]
Preoccupations New Material Jagjaguwar, Flemish Eye Scott Munro [92]
Toni Braxton Sex & Cigarettes R&B, soul Def Jam Paul Boutin, Toni Braxton, Frederik Ball, Antonio Dixon, Stuart Crichton [93]
March
28
Troy Cassar-Daley Lost & Found Country Liberation Music Troy Cassar-Daley [94]
March
30
deadmau5 Where's the Drop? Classical, electronica, ambient mau5trap deadmau5 [95]
En Vogue Electric Café eOne Dem Jointz, Foster & McElroy, Raphael Saadiq, Ne-Yo [96]
Hayley Kiyoko Expectations Empire, Atlantic 4e, Nick Bailey, Jack & Coke [97]
Kacey Musgraves Golden Hour Country MCA Nashville Kacey Musgraves, Daniel Tashian, Ian Fitchuk [98]
Kate Nash Yesterday Was Forever Indie rock, garage punk, punk rock, indie pop Girl Gang [99]
Rich the Kid The World Is Yours Interscope, Rich Forever Ben Jayne, Danny Wolf, DJ Mustard, Metro Boomin, Lab Cook, LMC, Harry Fraud [100]
Steffany Gretzinger Blackout Worship, pop Bethel Music Bobby Strand, Brian Johnson, Joel Taylor [101]
The Voidz Virtue Neo-psychedelia, new wave, psychedelic pop Cult, RCA Shawn Everett, Chris Tabron [102]
The Weeknd My Dear Melancholy, R&B, hip hop XO, Republic Frank Dukes, Cirkut, DaHeala, Gesaffelstein, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Marz, Mike Will Made It, Skrillex [103]

Second quarter

April

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
6
Cardi B Invasion of Privacy Atlantic [104]
CNCO CNCO Latin pop, reggaeton Sony Latin [105]
E-40 and B-Legit Connected and Respected Hip hop Heavy On The Grind [106]
Eels The Deconstruction E Works, PIAS E, Mickey Petralia [107]
Gin Wigmore Ivory [108]
Kali Uchis Isolation Interscope Kali Uchis, BadBadNotGood, Bunx [109]
Kylie Minogue Golden Country pop Darenote, BMG Kylie Minogue, Ash Howes, Richard "Biff" Stannard, Sky Adams, Lindsay Rimes, Jesse Frasure, Jon Green, Alex Smith, Mark Taylor, Eg White, Samuel Dixon, Charlie Russel, Seton Daunt [110]
Thirty Seconds to Mars America Electronica, art pop Interscope Tommy English, KillaGraham, Jared Leto, Robopop, Jamie Schefman, Yellow Claw, Zedd [111]
Tina Arena Quand tout Recommence Play Two [112]
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Sex & Food Funk, rock, folk, R&B, disco Jagjaguwar Ruban Nielson [113]
Various artists Revamp: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin Island [114]
Various artists Restoration: Reimagining the Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin Universal Nashville [114]
April
13
Breaking Benjamin Ember Hollywood Benjamin Burnley [115]
Gurrumul Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow) World, classical crossover SkinnyFish Music [116]
King Tuff The Other Rock Sub Pop [117]
Manic Street Preachers Resistance Is Futile Columbia, Sony Music Dave Eringa [118]
Sofi Tukker Treehouse Ultra Music Sofi Tukker, Jon Hume [119]
Tinashe Joyride RCA Boi-1da, Mike Will Made It, Stargate, T-Minus, Soundz, Hitmaka [120]
April
20
Bishop Briggs Church of Scars Indie pop Island, Teleport Ian Scott, Mark "The Mogul" Jackson, Dave Bassett, Dan Wilson, John Hill [121][122]
J. Cole KOD Hip hop Dreamville, Roc Nation, Interscope [123]
Kimbra Primal Heart Warner Bros. Kimbra, John Congleton, Timon Martin, Taylor Graves, Andrew Maury, Matt Friedman, Skrillex, Salva, Robin Hannibal, Tony Berg, Ethan Gruska [124]
My Indigo My Indigo BMG Sharon den Adel, Daniel Gibson [125]
Mýa TKO (The Knock Out) R&B, soul, hip hop Planet 9, The Orchard [126]
Pennywise Never Gonna Die Epitaph Cameron Webb [127]
A Perfect Circle Eat the Elephant BMG Dave Sardy [128]
Samantha Jade Best of My Love Pop, dance-pop, disco Sony Music Australia [129]
Sting and Shaggy 44/876 Reggae A&M, Interscope, Cherrytree Records Martin Kierszenbaum, Dwayne "iLL Wayno" Shippy, eflon, Shane Hoosong, Sting, Machine Gun Funk [130]
Stryper God Damn Evil Frontiers Michael Sweet [131]
April
27
Anne-Marie Speak Your Mind Major Tom's, Asylum Tom Meredith, MdL, Steve Mac, Amir Amor, Marshmello, The Invisible Men, Nana Rogues, MNEK, Jonathan White, Team Salut, Jack Patterson, Mark Ralph, TMS [132]
Blossoms Cool Like You Indie pop, pop rock Virgin EMI James Skelly, Rich Turvey [133]
Elohim Elohim BMG [134]
Godsmack When Legends Rise BMG Erik Ron [135]
Janelle Monáe Dirty Computer Wondaland, Bad Boy, Atlantic Mattman & Robin [136]
Kasey Chambers and the Fireside Disciples Campfire Country Warner Music Australasia [137]
Keith Urban Graffiti U Capitol Nashville [138]
Matt Cardle Time to Be Alive Sony Music Jim Eliot [139]
Missy Higgins Solastalgia Pop Eleven: A Music Company [140]
Okkervil River In the Rainbow Rain ATO [141]
Poo Bear Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music Capitol [142]
Post Malone Beerbongs & Bentleys Republic Post Malone, Louis Bell, Tank God [143]
Saara Aalto Wild Wild Wonderland Pop Warner Music [144]
Steve Angello Human Electronic Size Records [145]
YoungBoy Never Broke Again Until Death Call My Name Hip hop, trap Never Broke Again, Atlantic DJ Montay, DJ Swift, DMacTooBangin, Dubba-AA [146]

May

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
4
Belly Dove Alternative rock Belly Touring Tom Gorman, Paul Q. Kolderie, Belly [147]
Frank Turner Be More Kind Indie rock, indie folk Xtra Mile, Polydor Austin Jenkins, Joshua Blocks, Charlie Hugall, Chris Vivion [148]
Gaz Coombes World's Strongest Man Rock Caroline International, Hot Fruit Records Ian Davenport [149]
Ghastly The Mystifying Oracle Dubstep, bass [150]
Jon Hopkins Singularity Electronic, ambient Domino Jon Hopkins [151]
Lake Street Dive Free Yourself Up Nonesuch [152]
Leon Bridges Good Thing Columbia King Garbage, Nate Mercereau [153]
Plan B Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose Soul, R&B, hip hop Atlantic Ben Drew [154]
Shinedown Attention Attention Hard rock Atlantic Eric Bass [155]
May
11
Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Psychedelic pop, lounge, space rock, glam rock Domino James Ford, Alex Turner [156]
Bad Wolves Disobey Groove metal, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock Eleven Seven Music [157]
Beach House 7 Dream pop, psychedelic pop Sub Pop, Bella Union, Mistletone Beach House, Sonic Boom [158]
Charlie Puth Voicenotes Pop Atlantic Charlie Puth, Rickard Goransson, Johan Carlsson, Jason Evigan [159]
Loreena McKennitt Lost Souls Folk, world, Celtic Quinlan Road Loreena McKennitt [160]
May
18
BTS Love Yourself: Tear K-pop Big Hit, iriver Pdogg [161]
Courtney Barnett Tell Me How You Really Feel Milk!, Mom + Pop, Marathon Artists Burke Reid, Courtney Barnett, Dan Luscombe [162]
Echo & the Bunnymen The Stars, the Oceans & the Moon [163]
Five Finger Death Punch And Justice for None Prospect Park, Eleven Seven Music [164]
James Bay Electric Light Virgin EMI James Bay, Jon Green, Paul Epworth [165]
Maluma F.A.M.E. Latin pop Sony Music Latin Rude Boyz [166]
Parquet Courts Wide Awake! Indie rock Rough Trade Danger Mouse [167]
May
25
ASAP Rocky Testing RCA [168]
Chvrches Love Is Dead Glassnote, Virgin Greg Kurstin, Chvrches [169]
Dear Nora Skulls Example Indie folk, indie pop, indie rock Orindal Records Katy Davidson [170]
J Balvin Vibras Pop, reggaeton Universal Latin ChildsPlay, Chuckie, Gaby Music, Jeday, Sky, Tainy, Willy William [171]
Jessie J R.O.S.E. Republic [172]
Prefuse 73 Sacrifices Lex [173]
Pusha-T Daytona Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam Kanye West, Andrew Dawson, Mike Dean [174]
Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes Island Louis Bell, Teddy Geiger, Shawn Mendes, Nate Mercereau [175]
Snow Patrol Wildness Jacknife Lee [176]

June

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
1
Ben Howard Noonday Dream [177]
Father John Misty God's Favorite Customer Soft rock, folk rock, baroque pop, glam pop Sub Pop, Bella Union Josh Tillman, Jonathan Rado, Dave Cerminara, Trevor Spencer, Jonathan Wilson [178]
Kanye West Ye Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam Kanye West, Mike Dean, Apex Martin, Benny Blanco, Che Pope, Francis and the Lights [179]
Kara Grainger Living with Your Ghost Roots, blues, soul Station House Records Anders Osborne, Kara Grainger [180]
Natalie Prass The Future and the Past ATO Matthew E. White [181]
Owl City Cinematic [182]
The Presets Hi Viz Electronic Modular, EMI Julian Hamilton, Kim Moyes [183]
Roger Daltrey As Long as I Have You Polydor [184]
June
8
Dave Matthews Band Come Tomorrow Rock RCA John Alagía, Mark Batson, Rob Cavallo, Rob Evans [185]
Jorja Smith Lost & Found R&B FAMM Cadenza, Charlie Perry, Ed Thomas, Felix, J. LBS, Jeff Kleinman, Joice, Maaike Kito Lebbing, Michael Uzowuru, Sam Wills, Tom Misch [186]
Kids See Ghosts Kids See Ghosts Hip hop GOOD, Def Jam Kanye West, André 3000, Jeff Bhasker, Boogz, Andrew Dawson, Mike Dean, Dot da Genius, Evan Mast, Kid Cudi, Plain Pat [187]
Lily Allen No Shame Electropop Parlophone, Regal Lily Allen, BloodPop, Seb Chew, Dre Skull, Fryars, Ezra Koenig, Cass Lowe, Jack Nichols-Marcy, P2J, Emre Ramazanoglu, Samuel Reinhard, Mark Ronson, Show N Prove [188]
Lykke Li So Sad So Sexy Pop, R&B RCA Malay, Jeff Bhasker, T-Minus, Jonny Coffer, Rostam, Skrillex, Ali Payami, DJ Dahi, Kid Harpoon, Emile Haynie, Illangelo [189]
Sheppard Watching the Sky Indie pop, indie rock Empire of Song [190]
Sugarland Bigger Country Big Machine Kristian Bush, Jennifer Nettles, Julian Raymond [191]
June
15
5 Seconds of Summer Youngblood Capitol, Hi or Hey [192]
Christina Aguilera Liberation RCA Charlie Heat, Eric Danchick, Mike Dean, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Che Pope, Kanye West [193]
Chromeo Head Over Heels Funk Big Beat, Atlantic Raphael Saadiq, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Pino Palladino [194]
Jay Rock Redemption Hip hop Top Dawg, Interscope [195]
Jess & Matt Songs from the Village Pop Sony Music Australia [196]
Johnny Marr Call the Comet Indie rock New Voodoo, Warner Bros. Doviak, Johnny Marr [197]
Mike Shinoda Post Traumatic Warner Bros., Machine Shop [198]
Nas Nasir Mass Appeal, Def Jam Kanye West, Illangelo [199]
June
16
The Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z) Everything Is Love Hip hop Parkwood, Roc Nation Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams, Cool & Dre, D'Mile, El Michels, Mike Dean, Boi-1da, Nav, 808-Ray, Jahaan Sweet, Sevn Thomas, Vinylz, Illmind, Dave Sitek [200]
June
22
Bebe Rexha Expectations Warner Bros. Bebe Rexha, Max Martin, Ali Payami, JUSSI, Jason Evigan, Louis Bell, The Stereotypes, Hit-Boy [201]
Death Grips Year of the Snitch Alternative hip hop Third Worlds, Harvest Death Grips [202]
Gang Gang Dance Kazuashita 4AD Brian DeGraw [203]
Marshmello Joytime II Joytime Collective Marshmello [204]
Nine Inch Nails Bad Witch The Null Corporation Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross [205]
Panic! at the Disco Pray for the Wicked Fueled by Ramen, DCD2 Jake Sinclair [206]
June
23
Teyana Taylor K.T.S.E. R&B GOOD Music Kanye West, Mike Dean, Che Pope, Mark Batson, BoogzDaBeast, Nathaniel Alford, Noah Goldstein, Plain Pat, Rodney Jerkins, Evan Mast, Andrew Dawson, Ely "The Creep" Rise, Nova Wav, Mykki Blanco [207]
June
29
Bullet for My Valentine Gravity Alternative metal, nu metal Spinefarm Carl Bown [208]
Drake Scorpion OVO Sound, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic [209]
Florence and the Machine High as Hope Virgin EMI, Republic Emile Haynie, Florence Welch, Brett Shaw, Thomas Bartlett, Tobias Jesso Jr. [210]
Gorillaz The Now Now Parlophone, Warner Bros. Gorillaz, James Ford, Remi Kabaka [211]
Judith Durham So Much More Decca, Universal Music Australia Mark Holden [212]
Sean Paul Mad Love the Prequel Island [213]

Third quarter

July

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
4
Red Velvet Cookie Jar [214]
July
6
DevilDriver Outlaws 'til the End: Vol. 1 Groove metal, melodic death metal Napalm Steve Evetts [215]
Years & Years Palo Santo Polydor Years & Years, Greg Kurstin, Mark Ralph, Kid Harpoon, Two Inch Punch, Grades, Clarence Coffee Jr., Steve Mac, Jesse Shatkin, John Foyle [216]
July
9
Twice Summer Nights K-pop, dance JYP Entertainment, iriver J.Y. Park "The Asiansoul" [217]
July
13
Adam Brand Milestones... 20 Years Country music Adam Brand, ABC Music, Universal Music Australia [218]
Amy Shark Love Monster Wonderlick Entertainment, Sony Music Australia Dann Hume, M-Phazes, Jack Antonoff, CamBluff, Joel Little, Edwin White, Mark Hoppus [219]
Cowboy Junkies All That Reckoning Alternative country, rock, Americana Latent, Proper Michael Timmins, Alan Anton [220]
Dirty Projectors Lamp Lit Prose Domino David Longstreth [221]
Rick Astley Beautiful Life Pop, soul BMG Rick Astley [222]
The Vamps Night & Day (Day Edition) Pop Mercury, Virgin EMI Steve James, DJ Frank E, Danny Majic, Matoma, Martin Jensen, Mike Perry, Red Triangle, Jack & Coke, Will Simms, Brad Simpson, Tristan Evans [223]
Various artists Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Capitol, Polydor Benny Andersson [224]
Wet Still Run Indie pop Columbia Rostam Batmanglij, Andrew Sarlo, John Hill, Joe Valle, Kelly Zutrau, Loren Humphrey, Robert Ackroyd, |Noah Beresin [225]
July
20
88rising Head in the Clouds 88rising Records, 12Tone Music [226]
Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway Dictator [227]
The Internet Hive Mind Columbia The Internet [228]
Meg Myers Take Me to the Disco Alternative rock, pop rock 300 Entertainment Christian "Leggy" Langdon [229]
Ty Segall and White Fence Joy Drag City [230]
July
27
Denzel Curry Ta13oo Hip hop PH, Loma Vista Denzel Curry, DJ Dahi, DJ Swish, Charlie Heat, FnZ, Hippie Sabotage, J Gramm, HWLS, M-Sol, Mickey de Grand IV, Mike Hector, Ronny J, Foreign Noi$e [231]
Halestorm Vicious Atlantic Nick Raskulinecz [232]
Tim Campbell Electrifying 80s Encore Records [233]
The Screaming Jets Gotcha Covered Dinner for Wolves Steve James [234]

August

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
3
Diesel 30: The Greatest Hits Bloodlines, Universal Music Australia [235]
Iggy Azalea Survive the Summer Island [236]
James Living in Extraordinary Times Infectious Music Charlie Andrew, Beni Giles [237][238]
Mac Miller Swimming Hip hop, jazz rap REMember Music, Warner Bros. [239]
Travis Scott Astroworld Hip hop Grand Hustle, Epic, Cactus Jack Mike Dean, Travis Scott, 30 Roc, Allen Ritter, B Wheezy, Bkorn, Cardo, Cubeatz, Felix Leone, FKi 1st, Frank Dukes, Gezin, Hit-Boy, J Beatzz, John Mayer, June James, London Cyr, MD, Murda Beatz, Nineteen85, OZ, Rogét Chahayed, Sevn Thomas, Sonny Digital, Tame Impala, Tay Keith, Thundercat, TM88, Turbo, Wallis Lane, WondaGurl [240]
YG Stay Dangerous 4Hunnid, CTE, Def Jam Citoonthebeat, DJ Mustard, Jordan Holt, KJ Santana, Lil Rich, Mike Will Made It, MP808, Official, TM88, Ziti [241]
August
10
As It Is The Great Depression Fearless [242]
Jake Shears Jake Shears Freida Jean Records [243]
Jason Mraz Know Pop rock Atlantic [244]
Lali Brava Sony Argentina 3musica, Icon Music [245]
Nicki Minaj Queen Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money J. Reid, Nicki Minaj [246]
Trippie Redd Life's a Trip Pop punk, emo rap TenThousand Projects, Caroline Austin Powerz, Avedon, Beat Pusher, Boaz van de Beatz, Diplo, G Koop, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Jacob Reske, Murda Beatz, Nik D, OZ, Preme, Pro Logic, Scott Storch, Wallis Lane. Wheezy, Wyatt Sanders, Yoda Francesco, We Are the Stars [247]
August
15
Aminé OnePointFive Hip hop, trap Republic, CBLN Aminé, Charlie Brown, Ckwnce, Davon Jamison, LDG Beats, Pasqué, Tedd Boyd, Tee-Watt [248]
Ayumi Hamasaki Trouble J-pop, rock Avex Trax, Avex Music Creative Inc. [249]
August
17
Animal Collective Tangerine Reef Ambient Domino [250]
Ariana Grande Sweetener Pop Republic Ariana Grande, Scooter Braun, Charles Anderson, Brian Malik Baptiste, Tommy Brown, Michael Foster, Hit-Boy, Ilya, Max Martin, Pharrell Williams [251]
Blue October I Hope You're Happy Rock, synth-pop, indie, alternative Up/Down Records, Brando Records Justin Furstenfeld [252]
Death Cab for Cutie Thank You for Today Alternative rock, indie pop Atlantic Rich Costey [253]
Gabrielle Under My Skin Pop, R&B BMG Gabrielle, Steve Chrisanthou, Ian Barter, Tim Larsson, Tobias Lundgren [254]
Miles Kane Coup de Grâce Indie rock, alternative rock Virgin EMI John Congleton [255]
Mitski Be the Cowboy Dead Oceans Patrick Hyland [256]
Ninja Sex Party Cool Patrol Comedy rock Jim Roach [257]
Stefflon Don Secure 54 London, Quality Control Music Rymez, Pioladitingancia, DJ Esco, Leftside, Tiggs da Author, KZ, Sokari, J. White Did It, Laquan Green, Prgrshn, Razor on the Track, DJ Khaled [258]
Young Thug Slime Language YSL, 300 Wheezy, London on da Track, Billboard Hitmakers, Bobby Raps, Charlie Handsome, Cicero, DY, K Bangerz, Kacey Khaliel, Keyyz, Mattazik, Psymun, Smoke, SinGrinch, Super, Turbo, Woodpecker [259]
August
23
Fall Out Boy Lake Effect Kid Pop rock, pop punk Island, Decaydance Sean O'Keefe, Fall Out Boy [260]
August
24
Alice in Chains Rainier Fog Doom metal, sludge metal, hard rock BMG Nick Raskulinecz [261]
The Amity Affliction Misery Metalcore, electronicore UNFD, Roadrunner Matt Squire [262]
Beccy Cole Lioness Country Beccy Cole Music, ABC Music Julz Parker [263]
Honne Love Me / Love Me Not Atlantic [264]
Interpol Marauder Indie rock Matador Dave Fridmann [265]
Jain Souldier Pop Spookland, Columbia, Sony Music Jain, Yodelice [266]
Liam Payne First Time Capitol {Di Genius, Burns, Jason Gill, Steve Fitzmaurice, Cutfather, MdL, Sly [267]
White Denim Performance City Slang [268]
August
31
Eminem Kamikaze Hip hop Aftermath, Interscope, Shady, Goliath Records Dr. Dre, Eminem, Paul Rosenberg, Swish Allnet, Fred Ball, Boi-1da, Illa da Producer, Jeremy Miller, Tay Keith, LoneStarrMuzik, Mike Will Made It, Luis Resto, Ronny J, S1, Tim Suby, Jahaan Sweet [269]
Idles Joy as an Act of Resistance Punk rock Partisan Space, Adam Greenspan, Nick Launay [270]
Troye Sivan Bloom Pop, dance-pop EMI Australia, Capitol Oscar Holter, Bram Inscore, Jam City, OzGo, Ariel Rechtshaid, Alex Hope [271]
Why Don't We 8 Letters [272]

September

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
7
Clutch Book of Bad Decisions Stoner rock, blues rock Weathermaker Music Vance Powell [273]
Estelle Lovers Rock Reggae VP Records, Established 1980 Records Supa Dups, Reefa, Jerry Wonda, Harmony Samuels, Ricky Blaze [274]
Hozier Nina Cried Power Rubyworks [275]
Lenny Kravitz Raise Vibration Rock, funk Roxie, BMG Lenny Kravitz [276]
Paul McCartney Egypt Station Rock, pop Capitol Greg Kurstin, Ryan Tedder [277]
Paul Simon In the Blue Light Pop Legacy Paul Simon, Roy Halee [278]
Suicidal Tendencies Still Cyco Punk After All These Years Hardcore punk Suicidal Records [279]
September
14
Ana Popović Like It on Top ArtisteXclusive Records Keb' Mo' [280]
Ann Wilson Immortal BMG [281]
Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty Country Capitol Records Nashville Carrie Underwood, David Garcia [282]
David Guetta 7 What a Music, Parlophone, Big Beat, Atlantic [283]
Good Charlotte Generation Rx MDDN, BMG Zakk Cervini, Benji Madden [284]
Pale Waves My Mind Makes Noises Indie pop, goth-rock, synth-pop Dirty Hit, Interscope George Daniel, Ciara Doran, Jonathan Gilmore, Matthew Healy [285]
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall Love Is Here to Stay Jazz Verve, Columbia [286]
Tori Kelly Hiding Place Gospel Capitol, Schoolboy [287]
September
21
Brockhampton Iridescence Hip hop Question Everything, RCA Brockhampton [288]
Josh Groban Bridges Reprise [289]
Macy Gray Ruby Mack Avenue [290]
Metric Art of Doubt Metric Music International [291]
Noah Cyrus Good Cry [292]
Prince Piano and a Microphone 1983 Warner Bros. [293]
Say Lou Lou Immortelle á Deux, Cosmos Music Trent Mazur, Dash Le Francis [294]
Suede The Blue Hour Warner Music UK Alan Moulder, Suede [295]
Therapy? Cleave Alternative metal Marshall Records Chris Sheldon [296]
Voivod The Wake Thrash metal, progressive metal Century Media Francis Perron [297]
September
28
Cher Dancing Queen Pop Warner Bros. Mark Taylor, Benny Andersson [298]
Cypress Hill Elephants on Acid DJ Muggs [299]
Getter Visceral Experimental, bass, hip hop Mau5trap Nick Petulla [300]
Kodaline Politics of Living Pop Steve Mac, Johnny Coffer, Jonas Jeberg, Stephen Harris, Johnny McDaid [301]
Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Southern hip hop Young Money, Republic, Universal [302]
Logic YSIV Visionary, Def Jam 6ix, Cubeatz, Izaiah, Kajo, Logic, Matthew Crabtree, NAZ, Rascal, Ryan Tedder, Sunny Norway, Vontae Thomas [303]
Loretta Lynn Wouldn't It Be Great Country, Americana Sony Legacy Patsy Lynn Russell, John Carter Cash [304]
Nile Rodgers and Chic It's About Time Virgin EMI Nile Rodgers, Russell Graham, Danny L Harle, Mura Masa, Om'Mas Keith, Jeff Gitelman, Nao, Thomas Troelsen, Jerry Barnes, Philippe Saisse, Rene Arsenault, Riot City, Teddy Riley [305]
Rod Stewart Blood Red Roses Republic, Decca Rod Stewart, Kevin Savigar [306]
Sigala Brighter Days Ministry of Sound, Columbia Sigala, Hal Ritson, DJ Fresh, The Invisible Men, Steve Manovski, The White N3rd, Klingande, Joe Ashworth, Joakim Jarl [307]

Fourth quarter

October

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
4
Pabllo Vittar Não Para Não Sony Music [308]
October
5
Coheed and Cambria Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures Progressive rock Roadrunner Coheed and Cambria [309]
KT Tunstall Wax Virgin Nick McCarthy, MyRiot [310]
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Country, rock, pop Interscope [311]
LANY Malibu Nights Pop Side Street, Polydor Mike Crossey [312]
Mario Dancing Shadows New Citizen, Empire [313]
Tokyo Police Club TPC Dine Alone [314]
Twenty One Pilots Trench Fueled by Ramen [315]
October 12 Atreyu In Our Wake Spinefarm John Feldmann [316]
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians Rocket [317]
Ella Mai Ella Mai R&B 10 Summers, Interscope DJ Mustard [318]
Eric Clapton Happy Xmas Christmas [319]
Jess Glynne Always In Between Atlantic Mark Ralph, Toby Gad, Starsmith, Electric, Louis Bell, Steve Mac, Rudimental, Julian Bunetta, John Ryan [320]
Morgan Evans Things That We Drink To Warner Music Nashville Chris DeStefano [321]
Paul Kelly Nature EMI Music Australia [322]
Sister Sparrow Gold Soul, rock Thirty Tigers Carter Matschullat [323]
October 19 Disturbed Evolution Reprise [324]
Elle King Shake the Spirit [325]
How to Dress Well The Anteroom Domino Tom Krell, Joel Ford [326]
Juice Wrld and Future Wrld on Drugs Epic 12Hunna, DY, Keyyz, Metro Boomin, OuttaTown, Psymun, SinGrinch, Wheezy, Zaytoven [327]
Forever Neverland Pop Columbia [328]
Rüfüs Du Sol Solace Rüfüs Du Sol [329]
Troy Cassar-Daley Greatest Hits Country Liberation Music Troy Cassar-Daley [330]
October 26 Allie X Super Sunset Allie X Canada [331][332]
Andrea Bocelli Sugar [333]
Elisa Diari aperti Universal Music Italia [334]
Haken Vector Progressive metal, progressive rock Inside Out Haken, Adam "Nolly" Getgood [335]
Jessie J This Christmas Day Christmas Republic [336]
John Legend A Legendary Christmas Christmas Columbia Raphael Saadiq, John Roger Stephens [337]
Joji Ballads 1 88rising, 12Tone Joji, Patrick Wimberly, RL Grime, Clams Casino, Thundercat, Rogét Chahayed, Shlohmo, D33J, Jam City, Ryan Hemsworth, John Durham [338]
Mark Vincent The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Christmas Sony Music Australia [339]
Nao Saturn Little Tokyo, Sony Music [340]
Pentatonix Christmas Is Here! Christmas, A cappella [341]
Robyn Honey Konichiwa, Interscope Robyn, Klas Åhlund [342]

November

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
2
Barbra Streisand Walls Pop Columbia [343]
David Archuleta Winter in the Air Christmas music John Hancock [344]
Pistol Annies Interstate Gospel RCA Nashville [345]
The Prodigy No Tourists Take Me to the Hospital, BMG Liam Howlett [346]
Rosalía El mal querer New flamenco Sony Music Rosalía, El Guincho [347]
November
9
Imagine Dragons Origins Kidinakorner, Polydor [348]
Larkin Poe Venom & Faith Roger Alan Nichols [349]
Muse Simulation Theory Warner Bros. Rich Costey, Muse [350]
Ted Nugent The Music Made Me Do It [351]
November
16
Boyzone Thank You & Goodnight [352]
Giorgia Pop Heart Microphonica, Sony Music Michele Canova [353][354]
Little Mix LM5 Syco, Columbia Steve Mac [355]
Mariah Carey Caution [356]
Mark Knopfler Down the Road Wherever British Grove, Universal, Virgin EMI Mark Knopfler, Guy Fletcher [357]
Michael Bublé Love Reprise David Foster [358]
November
23
Eros Ramazzotti Vita ce n'è Polydor [359]
Rita Ora Phoenix Atlantic [360]
November
30
The 1975 A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships Dirty Hit, Polydor George Daniel, Matty Healy [361]
Clean Bandit What Is Love? Atlantic Jack Patterson, Grace Chatto, Mark Ralph, Steve Mac, Fred Gibson [362]
Marco Mengoni TBA [363]

December

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
7
7horse Superfecta Dave Way [364]
Metal Church Damned If You Do Rat Pak Records, Nuclear Blast, King [365]
December
14
Within Temptation Resist Vertigo, Spinefarm Daniel Gibson [366]
December
21
Reel Big Fish Life Sucks…Let’s Dance! Rock Ridge [367]

Unscheduled and TBA

Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref
Alessia Cara The Pains of Growing [368]
Ashley Tisdale Symptoms Big Noise John Feldmann [369]
Avril Lavigne TBA BMG [370][371]
Bastille Doom Days [372]
Black Star TBA [373]
Blanche TBA Pierre Doumolin [374][375]
Blitzkrieg TBA Mighty Music [376]
Celine Dion TBA [377]
Charli XCX TBA [378]
Childish Gambino TBA RCA [379]
Echosmith Inside a Dream [380]
John Cale TBA [381]
Ladytron TBA Jim Abbiss [382]
Lita Ford TBA Gary Hoey [383][384]
Louis Tomlinson TBA [385]
My Bloody Valentine TBA [386]
Nile TBA [387][388]
The Offspring TBA [389]
Possessed TBA Nuclear Blast [390][391]
Selena Gomez TBA [392]
Slza TBA [393]

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