List of 2013 albums

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The following is a list of albums released in 2013.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, or disbanded, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2013 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
1
Girls' Generation I Got a Boy K-pop S.M. Entertainment Charlie Mason, Hyuk Shin, Jordan Kyle, Joseph Belmaati, Kenzie, Lee Soo Man, Mitch Hansen, Park Chang-hyun, The Stereotypes, Steve Booker, Trinity, Victoria Horn, Will Simms, Yoo Young-jin [1]
January
2
Skrillex Leaving Owsla Skrillex [2]
January
8
Black Veil Brides Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones Glam metal, hard rock Lava, Universal Republic John Feldmann [3]
Dropkick Murphys Signed and Sealed in Blood Celtic punk Born & Bred Ted Hutt [4]
Hollywood Undead Notes from the Underground Rap rock, alternative rock, alternative hip hop A&M Octone Danny Lohner, Griffin Boice, S*A*M and Sluggo [5]
Twenty One Pilots Vessel Electropop, indie pop, rap rock, pop Fueled by Ramen Greg Wells, Tyler Joseph [6]
January
11
New Order Lost Sirens Rhino New Order, Stephen Street, Stuart Price, Mac Quayle, Tore Johansson, Jim Spence [7]
January
14
Everything Everything Arc Art rock, indie rock RCA, Sony Music David Kosten [8]
January
15
ASAP Rocky Long. Live. ASAP Hip hop ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds, RCA Amanda Ghost, ASAP Rocky, ASAP Ty Beats, Birdy Nam Nam, Bryan Leach, C. Papi, Chace Johnson, Clams Casino, Danger Mouse, Emile Haynie, Finatik N Zac, Frank Romano, Friendzone, Geno Sims, Hector Delgado, Hit-Boy, Jim Jonsin, Joey Fatts, Jonathan "MP" Williams, Nikhil Seetharam, Noah "40" Shebib, Rico Love, Seetharam, Skrillex, Soufien3000, SpaceGhostPurrp, Steven "ASAP Yams" Rodriguez, T-Minus, V Don [9]
Free Energy Love Sign Pop, rock Free Energy John Agnello [10]
Yo La Tengo Fade Indie rock Matador John McEntire [11]
January
16
Sarah Brightman Dreamchaser Classical crossover Simha LLC Mike Hedges, Sally Herbert [12]
Toro y Moi Anything in Return Synth-pop, indie pop, house, R&B Carpark Chaz Bundick [13]
January
18
Helloween Straight Out of Hell Power metal The End Charlie Bauerfeind [14]
January
21
Adam Ant Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner's Daughter Rock, pop rock, post-punk Blueblack Hussar Adam Ant, Boz Boorer, Chris McCormack [15]
The Blackout Start the Party Post-hardcore, hard rock Cooking Vinyl Jason Perry [16]
I Am Kloot Let It All In Shepherd Moon LLP Craig Potter, Guy Garvey [17]
The Joy Formidable Wolf's Law Alternative rock, dream pop Atlantic The Joy Formidable [18]
Ludovico Einaudi In a Time Lapse Contemporary classical Decca [19]
January
22
Aaron Neville My True Story R&B, soul Blue Note Don Was, Keith Richards [20][21]
Bad Religion True North Punk rock, melodic hardcore Epitaph Brett Gurewitz, Joe Barresi [22]
Classified Classified Hip hop Halflife Records, Universal Music Canada Classified [23]
Foxygen We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic Pop, psychedelic rock Jagjaguwar Richard Swift [24]
Gary Allan Set You Free Country MCA Nashville Gary Allan, Greg Droman, Jay Joyce, Mark Wright [25]
Nosaj Thing Home Electronic music, instrumental hip hop Innovative Leisure, Timetable Nosaj Thing [26]
Otep Hydra Alternative metal, nu metal Victory Otep Shamaya, Ulrich Wild [27]
Ra Ra Riot Beta Love Indie rock, indie pop, electronica, synth-pop Barsuk Dennis Herring [28]
Trapt Reborn Alternative rock, alternative metal, post-grunge EMI Chris Taylor Brown, Matt Thorne [29]
Voivod Target Earth Progressive metal, thrash metal Century Media Voivod [30]
January
25
Blue Roulette Pop, R&B, electropop Island, Blueworld Records Alexander Zuckowski, BeatGeek, Cutfather & Joe, DaBeatfreakz, Daniel Davidsen, The Fives, Geo Slam, Hallgeir Rustan, Hayleyz, Jason Gill, Jez Ashurst, Jonas Jeberg, Julian Vasquez, Kiko Masbaum, Lucas Secon, Martin Fliegenschmidt, RedOne, Robin Grubert, Ronny Svendsen, Steve DuBerry, StarSign, TroyBoi, Troy Henry [31]
January
28
Biffy Clyro Opposites Alternative rock 14th Floor Garth "GGGarth" Richardson [32]
Delphic Collections Alternative dance Polydor Ben Allen, Tim Goldsworthy [33]
Funeral for a Friend Conduit Post-hardcore, hardcore punk Distiller Records Romesh Dodangoda [34]
January
29
Adam Green & Binki Shapiro Adam Green & Binki Shapiro Rounder [35]
Andrea Bocelli Passione Pop, Traditional pop, Latin Verve, Decca, Sugar David Foster [36]
Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite Get Up! Blues rock Stax Ben Harper, Chris Goldsmith, Jason Mozersky, Jesse Ingalls, Jordan Richardson, Sheldon Gomberg [37]
Colton Dixon A Messenger CCM, rock Sparrow, 19 Adam Watts, Andy Dodd, Gannin Arnold [38]
Jill Barber Chansons Jazz, pop Outside Music Drew Jurecka [39]
Justin Bieber Believe Acoustic Pop Schoolboy, RBMG, Island Aaron Michael Cox, Benjamin Fekete, Da Internz, Dan Kanter, Justin Bieber, Teddy Riley, Tom Strahle [40]
k-os Black on Blonde Alternative hip hop, rock Crown Loyalist, EMI [41]
Local Natives Hummingbird Indie rock Infectious, Frenchkiss Aaron Dessner [42]
Tegan and Sara Heartthrob Synth-pop Vapor, Warner Bros. Greg Kurstin, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Mike Elizondo, Rob Cavallo [43]
Tomahawk Oddfellows Hard rock Ipecac Tomahawk, Colin Dupuis [44]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
2
My Bloody Valentine m b v m b v Kevin Shields [45]
February
4
The Courteeners Anna Indie rock PIAS Cooperative Joseph Cross [46]
Eels Wonderful, Glorious Indie rock Vagrant E [47]
Frightened Rabbit Pedestrian Verse Indie rock Atlantic Frightened Rabbit, Leo Abrahams [48]
Heaven's Basement Filthy Empire Hard rock Red Bull John Feldmann [49]
Pure Love Anthems Alternative rock, garage rock, punk rock, hard rock Vertigo, Mercury Gil Norton [50]
February
5
The Bronx The Bronx (2013 album) Hardcore punk, hard rock White Drugs, ATO Beau Burchell [51]
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Descension Progressive rock, alternative rock Hundred Handed/Everything Evil Inc. Coheed and Cambria, Michael Birnbaum, Chris Bittner [52]
Hayden Us Alone Indie folk Arts & Crafts [53]
Jim James Regions of Light and Sound of God Alternative rock, indie rock ATO Jim James [54]
Joe Budden No Love Lost Hip hop E1, Mood Muzik 8 Bars, A6, Allen Ritter, Beewirks, Boi-1da, Cardiak, Darknight, Frequency, KdotOnTheBeat, LV, Mizfitz Soundz, Sean C, SLV, T-Minus, Vinylz [55]
Josh Groban All That Echoes Operatic pop, classical Reprise Rob Cavallo, Lester Mendez, Walter Afanasieff [56]
Red Release the Panic Post-grunge, Christian metal Essential, Sony Music Howard Benson [57]
Ron Sexsmith Forever Endeavour Rock Cooking Vinyl Mitchell Froom [58]
Silverstein This Is How the Wind Shifts Post-hardcore, emo Hopeless Jordan Valeriote [59]
Tim McGraw Two Lanes of Freedom Country Big Machine [60]
Unknown Mortal Orchestra II Indie rock, psychedelic rock, lo-fi Jagjaguwar [61]
February
8
Bullet for My Valentine Temper Temper Melodic metalcore, heavy metal RCA Don Gilmore [62]
February
11
Darwin Deez Songs for Imaginative People Indie rock [63]
Foals Holy Fire Indie rock, math rock Transgressive Flood, Alan Moulder [64]
February
12
Justin Rutledge Valleyheart Alternative country Outside Justin Rutledge [65]
Lisa Germano No Elephants Badman [66]
Ras Kass Barmageddon Cre8yte Corporation [67]
February
15
Lowrider Black Stones Illusive [68]
February
18
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Push the Sky Away Alternative rock Bad Seed Ltd. Nick Launay [69]
February
19
Atlas Genius When It Was Now Indie rock, indietronica Warner Bros. Atlas Genius, Michael Brauer [70]
Buckcherry Confessions Hard rock Century Media, Eleven Seven Music [71]
Czarface Czarface Hip hop Brick Records 7L, Spada4, DJ Premier [72]
Puscifer Donkey Punch the Night Alternative rock Puscifer Entertainment [73]
Strfkr Miracle Mile Indie rock, synth-pop Polyvinyl [74]
Wednesday 13 The Dixie Dead Horror punk [75]
February
22
Stratovarius Nemesis Power metal, symphonic metal Edel Matias Kupiainen [76]
February
25
Atoms for Peace Amok Experimental rock, electronica XL [77]
Ed Harcourt Back into the Woods British rock Piano Wolf Records, CCCLX [78]
Johnny Marr The Messenger Alternative rock Warner Bros. [79]
Killah Priest The Psychic World of Walter Reed Hip hop Proverbs Records Killah Priest, St. Peter, Jordan River Banks, Kalisto, Purpose, Ciph Barker, Ayatollah, Agallah The Don, RZA, True Master, GZA, Shaolin Monks, Beat Butcha, Mercilles, 4th Disciple, Godz Wrath, M.O.D. The Black Marvel [80]
Ólafur Arnalds For Now I Am Winter [81]
Palma Violets 180 Indie rock [82]
Steven Wilson The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories) Progressive rock Kscope Steven Wilson, Alan Parsons [83]
February
26
Cappadonna Eyrth, Wynd and Fyre Hip hop RBC J. Glaze, Whaul, Keelay & Zaire, Cosmos Shines, Chris Bay, DJ Snips, Kevlaar 7, Stu Bangas, G-Force [84]
The Mavericks In Time Americana, neotraditional country, Tex-Mex, Western swing Valory Niko Bolas, Raul Malo [85]
February
27
Hardcore Superstar C'mon Take on Me Hard rock Nuclear Blast [86]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
1
Lordi To Beast or Not to Beast Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock Sony Music, AFM, The End Michael Wagener [87]
Rhye Woman Alternative R&B, downtempo, soul Polydor Rhye [88]
Saxon Sacrifice Heavy metal UDR Biff Byford, Andy Sneap [89]
March
4
Bastille Bad Blood Indie pop, indie rock, alternative rock Virgin [90]
Dido Girl Who Got Away Electronic, pop, house RCA Dido, Jeff Bhasker, Jon Brion, Greg Kurstin, Pete Miser, Rick Nowels, Plain Pat, P*Nut, Rollo, Sister Bliss [91]
Inna Party Never Ends EDM Roton Play & Win, DJ Smash, Steve Mac, DJ Frank E, Orange Factory, Sameer Agrawal, Emile Ghantous, Keith Hetrick, Vlad Lucan, Tierce Person [92]
Stereophonics Graffiti on the Train Alternative rock, rock, pop rock Ignition [93]
March
5
Dirty South Speed of Life Electro house, progressive house Phazing Records Dirty South [94]
How to Destroy Angels Welcome Oblivion Post-industrial, electronica Columbia [95]
They Might Be Giants Nanobots Alternative rock, art pop Idlewild, Lojinx [96]
Youth Lagoon Wondrous Bughouse Art pop, neo-psychedelia Fat Possum [97]
March
6
One Ok Rock Jinsei×Boku= Alternative rock, post-hardcore A-Sketch [98]
March
8
Bon Jovi What About Now Soft rock Island John Shanks, Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora [99]
Bonnie Tyler Rocks and Honey Country, pop, rock ZYX [100]
David Bowie The Next Day Art rock ISO Records, Columbia Tony Visconti, David Bowie [101]
Hurts Exile Synth-pop, electronic rock Major Label Hurts [102]
March
11
John Grant Pale Green Ghosts Synth-pop, soft rock Bella Union Birgir "Biggi Veira" Þórarinsson, John Grant [103]
March
12
Audio Adrenaline Kings & Queens Christian contemporary, Christian alternative rock Fair Trade Dwayne Larring, Seth Mosley [104]
Devendra Banhart Mala Indie folk, folk, alternative Nonesuch Devendra Banhart, Noah Georgeson [105]
Eric Clapton Old Sock Blues, rock, blues rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock Surfdog, Duck Records, Polydor Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley, Simon Climie [106]
George Watsky Cardboard Castles Alternative hip hop Steel Wool Media Watsky, Kush Mody, Mikos, Max Miller-Loran, Daniel J. W!shington, Aaron Carmack, Daniel Riera [107]
Orianthi Heaven in This Hell Hard rock, blues rock, country rock Robo Records David A. Stewart [108]
March
15
Clutch Earth Rocker Stoner rock, blues rock Green United [109]
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience Neo soul, R&B RCA J-Roc, Rob Knox, The Tennessee Kids, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake [110]
Karl Bartos Off the Record Synth-pop Bureau B Karl Bartos [111]
March
18
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Specter at the Feast Indie rock, alternative rock Abstract Dragon Black Rebel Motorcycle Club [112]
Daughter If You Leave Indie folk 4AD Igor Haefeli, Rodaidh McDonald [113]
Dear Reader Rivonia Folk-pop City Slang [114]
Intronaut Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words with Tones) Progressive metal, post-metal Century Media [115]
Suede Bloodsports Glam pop, alternative rock Warner Bros. Ed Buller [116]
Woodkid The Golden Age Orchestral pop Green United Music [117]
March
19
Anthrax Anthems Heavy metal, hard rock Megaforce, Nuclear Blast [118]
Draco Rosa Vida Rock en español, Latin pop, Alternative rock, indie rock Sony Music Latin Draco Rosa, Phantom Vox Studios [119]
Hope for the Dying Aletheia Christian metal Facedown Joshua Barber [120]
Julieta Venegas Los Momentos Electropop Sony Music Julieta Venegas, Yamil Yerzc [121]
Low The Invisible Way Indie rock, slowcore Sub Pop Jeff Tweedy [122]
Marnie Stern The Chronicles of Marnia Experimental rock, indie rock Kill Rock Stars Nicolas Vernhes [123]
The Ocean Blue Ultramarine Korda Records [124]
March
22
Depeche Mode Delta Machine Electropop Columbia Ben Hillier [125]
Lil Wayne I Am Not a Human Being II Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money, Republic [126]
Northlane Singularity UNFD [127]
March
25
Alizée 5 Sony Music Alexandre Azaria [128]
The Color Morale Know Hope Post-hardcore, math rock, hardcore punk Rise Josh Schroeder [129]
Kvelertak Meir Hardcore punk Sony Music, Roadrunner Kurt Ballou [130]
Nadia Sirota Baroque Classical Bedroom Community Nadia Sirota, Paul Evans, Valgeir Sigurðsson [131]
OneRepublic Native Pop rock, pop Mosley, Interscope [132]
Peace In Love [133]
Wire Change Becomes Us Post-punk Pink Flag Colin Newman [134]
March
26
Avantasia The Mystery of Time Symphonic metal, power metal Nuclear Blast Tobias Sammet, Sascha Paeth [135]
Cartel Collider Pop rock [136]
Senses Fail Renacer Post-hardcore Staple Records Shaun Lopez [137]
Sevendust Black Out the Sun Alternative metal, nu metal Asylum Sevendust [138]
The Strokes Comedown Machine Indie rock RCA [139]
Stryper Second Coming Christian metal, heavy metal Frontiers Michael Sweet [140]
Suicidal Tendencies 13 Crossover thrash Suicidal [141]
Wavves Afraid of Heights Alternative rock, indie rock, pop punk Ghost Ramp, Mom + Pop, Warner Bros. John Hill [142]
March
27
Ana Popović Can You Stand the Heat Blues, jazz, funk, soul ArtisteXclusive records Tony Coleman, Ana Popović, Tommy Sims [143]
Army of Lovers Big Battle of Egos Dance, pop [144]
March
29
Carla Bruni Little French Songs Chanson Teorema, Verve Bénédicte Schmitt [145]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
1
The Black Angels Indigo Meadow Psychedelic rock Blue Horizon John Congleton [146]
Bring Me the Horizon Sempiternal Metalcore, post-hardcore RCA Terry Date [147]
British Sea Power Machineries of Joy Alternative rock Rough Trade [148]
The Flaming Lips The Terror Experimental rock Warner Bros. The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker [149]
Wiley The Ascent Hip hop, dance, grime Warner Wiley, Rymez, Wize, Thomas Mellor, Sillkey, Kid D [150]
April
2
Alkaline Trio My Shame Is True Punk rock, pop punk Heart & Skull, Epitaph Bill Stevenson [151]
The Band Perry Pioneer Country Republic Nashville Dann Huff [152]
Charles Bradley Victim of Love Soul Daptone, Dunham Records Thomas Brenneck [153]
Cold War Kids Dear Miss Lonelyhearts Indie rock Downtown, V2 Lars Stalfors [154]
The Dear Hunter Migrant Indie rock, progressive rock Equal Vision Mike Watts [155]
Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine White People and the Damage Done Hardcore punk Alternative Tentacles Marshall Lawless, Matt Kelley [156]
Killswitch Engage Disarm the Descent Metalcore, Roadrunner Adam Dutkiewicz [157]
New Kids on the Block 10 Pop, dance-pop, pop rock The Block/Boston Five, Columbia New Kids on the Block, Deekay, Brent Paschke [158]
Tyler, the Creator Wolf Alternative hip hop Odd Future Tyler, the Creator [159]
April
5
James Blake Overgrown R&B, electronic, soul A&M, Polydor James Blake [160]
The Knife Shaking the Habitual Electronic Rabid, Mute [161]
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark English Electric Synth-pop Sony BMG OMD, Guy Katsav [162]
Paramore Paramore Rock, punk Fueled by Ramen Justin Meldal-Johnsen [163]
Volbeat Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies Hard rock Vertigo Jacob Hansen, Rob Caggiano [164]
April
8
Big Country The Journey Alternative rock, Celtic rock Cherry Red Big Country [165]
Deez Nuts Bout It! Hardcore punk Century Media, UNFD [166]
April
9
Brad Paisley Wheelhouse Country Arista Nashville Brad Paisley [167]
Device Device Hard rock, industrial metal Warner Bros. David Draiman, Geno Lenardo [168]
Stone Sour House of Gold & Bones – Part 2 Alternative metal, hard rock Roadrunner David Bottrill [169]
Tyga Hotel California Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money, Republic Ronald "Slim" Williams, Birdman, Lil Wayne [170]
April
10
Bobby McFerrin spirityouall Jazz Sony Masterworks [171]
Ghost Infestissumam Heavy metal, doom metal Sonet, Loma Vista Nick Raskulinecz [172]
April
12
Angel About Time R&B, hip hop, grime Island, Republic, Universal [173]
Charli XCX True Romance Synth-pop, dark wave Asylum, Atlantic Joakim Åhlund, Patrik Berger, Blood Diamonds, J£zus Million, Ariel Rechtshaid, Dimitri Tikovoï, Paul White [174]
Deborah Blando In Your Eyes Pop rock, electronica Som Livre Antonio Eudi, Mú Carvalho, Claudio Ferreira [175]
Fall Out Boy Save Rock and Roll Pop rock Island Butch Walker [176]
Kid Cudi Indicud Hip hop , alternative hip hop Wicked Awesome, GOOD, Republic Scott Mescudi, Dennis Cummings, Hit-Boy [177]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito Art rock Interscope Nick Launay, David Andrew Sitek, James Murphy [178]
April
15
LeAnn Rimes Spitfire Country, pop, rock Curb Darrell Brown, LeAnn Rimes, Niko Bolas [179]
Marsheaux Inhale Electronica, synth-pop Undo Records [180]
Michael Bublé To Be Loved Traditional pop Reprise [181]
Sulk Graceless Psychedelic rock, shoegazing Perfect Sound Forever Sulk [182]
April
16
Ghostface Killah Twelve Reasons to Die Hip hop Soul Temple Records, RED RZA, Adrian Younge, Apollo Brown [183]
Iron & Wine Ghost on Ghost Indie pop, indie folk, jazz, blues Nonesuch, 4AD Brian Deck, Sam Beam [184]
Major Lazer Free the Universe EDM, dubstep, bounce Mad Decent [185]
Meat Puppets Rat Farm Alternative rock Megaforce [186]
Snow White's Poison Bite Featuring: Dr. Gruesome and the Gruesome Gory Horror Show Victory [187]
The Summer Set Legendary Fearless [188]
April
19
Fantasia Barrino Side Effects of You R&B, soul RCA, 19 Harmony Samuels, Naughty Boy [189]
Gama Bomb The Terror Tapes Thrash metal, crossover thrash AFM [190]
Phoenix Bankrupt! Indie rock Glassnote Phoenix, Philippe Zdar [191]
will.i.am #willpower Hip hop, dance-pop will.i.am, Interscope will.i.am, Audiobot [192]
April
22
Andrew Bayer If It Were You, We'd Never Leave Trance, progressive house Anjunabeats Andrew Bayer [193]
Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart Folk rock Xtra Mile [194]
Josh Kumra Good Things Come to Those Who Don't Wait Pop rock RCA [195]
The Neighbourhood I Love You Indie rock Columbia [196]
April
23
Laura Stevenson Wheel Folk Don Giovanni Kevin McMahon [197]
Rob Zombie Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor Zodiac Swan Records, T-Boy Records, Universal Music Enterprises Bob Marlette [198]
Snoop Lion Reincarnated Reggae fusion, dancehall, reggae Berhane Sound System, Mad Decent, Vice, RCA Diplo, Major Lazer, 6Blocc, Ariel Rechtshaid, Dre Skull, John Hill, Terrace Martin, Jus Bus, Kyle Townsend, Supa Dups, Zach Condon, Zion I Kings, Akon, Leslie Brathwaite, Zach Cordon, Jus Bus, Kevin Seaton, Snoop Dog [199]
April
26
Deep Purple Now What?! Progressive metal earMUSIC Bob Ezrin [200]
HIM Tears on Tape Universal Hiili Hiilesmaa, Tim Palmer [201]
April
29
Bo Bruce Before I Sleep Mercury Henry Binns, Jodi Milliner, James Flannigan, Anders Grahn, David Etherington, Karen Poole, Joel Pott, Matt Schwartz, Danny O'Donoghue, Al Rudd, Nick Southwood, Greg Kurstin, Johnny McDaid, Tom Marsh [202]
Rudimental Home Drum and bass Asylum Rudimental, Mike Spencer [203]
April
30
The Airborne Toxic Event Such Hot Blood Indie rock, alternative rock Island [204]
Chance the Rapper Acid Rap Hip hop Nate Fox, Peter Cottontale, Cam O'bi, Stefan Ponce, Ceej, Nosaj Thing, DJ Ozone, Ludwig Göransson, brandUn DeShay, Blended Babies, Jake One [205]
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Pardon My French Pop punk, metalcore Fearless Joey Sturgis [206]
Jessica Sanchez Me, You & the Music Pop Interscope, 19 Toby Gad, Harvey Mason Jr., Ne-Yo, J.R. Rotem, AFSHeeN, Rykeyz [207]
Kenny Chesney Life on a Rock Country Blue Chair, Columbia Nashville Buddy Cannon, Kenny Chesney [208]
Lights Siberia Acoustic Acoustic Universal, Last Gang Lights [209]
LL Cool J Authentic Hip hop S-BRO Music Group, 429 LL Cool J, Sound Z, Trackmasters, Tricky Stewart, Eddie Van Halen, Jaylien, Marley Marl [210]
Os Mutantes Fool Metal Jack Psychedelic rock Krian Music Group [211]
Rittz The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant Hip hop Strange Track Bangas, Coop Take Off On Em, Five Points Music Group, Matic Lee, Jonathan McCollum, Kasper Brightside, L. David McCollum, Mike Posner, M. Stacks, Lifted, Bunson & Beaker Beats [212]
The Stooges Ready to Die Garage rock Fat Possum James Williamson [213]
Streetlight Manifesto The Hands That Thieve Ska punk Pentimento, Victory [214]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
1
Delain Interlude Symphonic metal Napalm [215]
May
3
Armin van Buuren Intense Trance Armada Armin van Buuren [216]
Little Boots Nocturnes Synth-pop, nu-disco, house On Repeat Andy Butler, James Ford Tim Goldsworthy Jeppe Laursen, Ariel Rechtshaid [217]
Rod Stewart Time Rock Capitol Rod Stewart [218]
May
5
Knife Party Haunted House Dubstep Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen [219]
The Winery Dogs The Winery Dogs Hard rock, blues rock WHD, Loud & Proud, earMUSIC The Winery Dogs [220]
May
6
Benga Chapter II Bass music, dubstep Sony Music Benga [221]
Emmelie de Forest Only Teardrops Pop Universal Anders Fredslund-Hansen [222]
Hugh Laurie Didn't It Rain Blues Warner Bros. Joe Henry [223]
Killing Joke The Singles Collection 1979-2012 Rock, punk Spinefarm, Universal Killing Joke [224]
Lady Antebellum Golden Country Capitol Nashville Paul Worley, Lady Antebellum [225]
New Device Here We Stand Hard rock Southwold Recordings [226]
Noah and the Whale Heart of Nowhere Mercury Noah and the Whale [227]
Suicide Commando When Evil Speaks Aggrotech Out of Line Johan Van Roy [228]
Various artists The Great Gatsby: Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film Hip hop, jazz Interscope Jay-Z, Anton Monsted [229]
May
7
98 Degrees 2.0 Pop eOne music Battleroy, Jo Blaq, Diego & Anzo, Andrew "Goldstein" Goldstein, Justin Gray, Chuck Harmony, Andre Harris, Sean Hurley, Kenneth Karlin, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou, Brent Paschke, Sheppard Solomon, Soulshock, Trevor Wesley [230]
Fitz and The Tantrums More Than Just a Dream Indie pop Elektra Tony Hoffer [231]
Havoc 13 Hip hop Nature Sounds Havoc [232]
Joe Satriani Unstoppable Momentum Instrumental rock Epic Mike Fraser [233]
Justice Access All Arenas Electronic rock, Electro house Ed Banger Gaspard Augé, Xavier de Rosnay [234]
Natalie Maines Mother Pop rock Columbia Ben Harper, Natalie Maines [235]
She & Him Volume 3 Indie pop, alternative country Merge, Double Six M. Ward [236]
Talib Kweli Prisoner of Conscious Hip hop, conscious hip hop Javotti Media, EMI, Capitol Harry Fraud, Oh No, Sean C & LV, S1 [237]
Yuna Sixth Street EP Verve [238]
May
10
Agnetha Fältskog A Pop, easy listening Universal Jörgen Elofsson, Peter Nordahl [239]
Demi Lovato Demi Pop Hollywood Mitch Allan [240]
MS MR Secondhand Rapture Columbia Lizzy Plapinger, Max Hershenow, Tom Elmhirst [241]
May
13
Gabrielle Aplin English Rain Folk pop Parlophone Mike Spencer [242]
Primal Scream More Light Indie rock Ignition Records David Holmes [243]
May
14
Anamanaguchi Endless Fantasy Chiptune dream.hax, Alcopop! Gabe Liberti, Anamanaguchi, Kurt Feldman, Ashley Eskrett [244]
Classixx Hanging Gardens Nu-disco Innovative Leisure Classixx [245]
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer Mathcore, metalcore, experimental rock, progressive metal Sumerian Steve Evetts [246]
Escape the Fate Ungrateful Metalcore, hard rock Eleven Seven John Feldmann [247]
Eve Lip Lock Hip hop From The Rib, RED Swizz Beatz, DJ Surge, Blac Elvis, Jon Jon, Jukebox, Claude Kelly, Rico Love, R8d!0, Salaam Remi, Shoddy, Felix Snow, Sander van der Waal [248]
Mindless Self Indulgence How I Learned to Stop Giving a Shit and Love Mindless Self Indulgence Electropunk, industrial hip hop Uppity Cracker Jimmy Urine [249]
Pop Evil Onyx Hard rock eOne Johnny K [250]
Trace Adkins Love Will... Country Show Dog-Universal Music Tony Brown, Frank Rogers, Mark Wright, Kenny Beard, Mickey Jack Cones [251]
Vampire Weekend Modern Vampires of the City Indie rock, art pop XL Rostam Batmanglij, Ariel Rechtshaid [252]
The Wonder Years The Greatest Generation Pop punk Hopeless Steve Evetts [253]
May
17
Daft Punk Random Access Memories Disco Columbia Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter [254]
The National Trouble Will Find Me Alternative rock 4AD Marcus Paquin [255]
May
20
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa Seesaw Blues rock J&R Adventures Kevin Shirley [256]
Palisades Outcasts Post-hardcore Rise [257]
Sound of Contact Dimensionaut Progressive rock Inside Out Simon Collins, Dave Kerzner [258]
Texas The Conversation Alternative rock PIAS Johnny McElhone, Bernard Butler [259]
Thirty Seconds to Mars Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams [ Virgin Jared Leto, Steve Lillywhite [260]
Visage Hearts and Knives Rock, synth-pop Blitz Club Sare Havlicek, John Bryan [261]
May
21
Airbourne Black Dog Barking Hard rock Roadrunner Brian Howes [262]
Darius Rucker True Believers Country Capitol Records Nashville Frank Rogers [263]
French Montana Excuse My French Hip hop Bad Boy, Maybach, Interscope Sean Combs, Rick Ross, Young Chop, Harry Fraud, Rico Love [264]
New Politics A Bad Girl in Harlem Alternative rock RCA [265]
Tesla Boy The Universe Made of Darkness Synth-pop, new wave Gorby Reagan Records Anton Sevidov [266]
May
23
Tricky False Idols Trip hop !K7 [267]
May
24
Kylesa Ultraviolet Sludge metal, psychedelic rock Season of Mist Phillip Cope [268]
May
27
Christopher Lee Charlemagne: The Omens of Death Heavy metal, death metal Charlemagne Productions Ltd. [269]
CocoRosie Tales of a GrassWidow Electronic City Slang Valgeir Sigurðsson [270]
Laura Marling Once I Was an Eagle Indie folk, folk rock Virgin Ethan Johns [271]
Stooshe London with the Lights On R&B Warner Music UK, Future Cut Future Cut, Chris Braide, Scotty Granger, Mo Brandis [272]
Tesseract Altered State Progressive metal Century [273]
May
28
Alice in Chains The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here Alternative metal, doom metal, sludge metal Capitol Nick Raskulinecz [274]
Baths Obsidian Electronic pop, synth-pop Anticon [275]
The-Dream IV Play R&B Radio Killa, Def Jam The-Dream, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Carlos McKinney [276]
Frankie J Faith, Hope y Amor Latin Universal Music Latino [277]
Skinny Puppy Weapon Electro-industrial Metropolis [278]
May
29
Children of Bodom Halo of Blood Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast Peter Tägtgren [279]
May
31
Disclosure Settle House, dance PMR, Island Disclosure [280]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
1
Agnez Mo Agnez Mo Pop, R&B Entertainment Inc. Tearce Kizzo [281]
June
2
Lenka Shadows Pop, indie pop Skipalong Records Lenka, Tom Schutzinger [282]
June
3
Camera Obscura Desire Lines Indie pop 4AD Tucker Martine [283]
iamamiwhoami Bounty Electropop, experimental pop To whom it may concern., PIAS Cooperative Claes Björklund [284]
Miles Kane Don't Forget Who You Are Indie rock Columbia Ian Broudie [285]
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork Stoner rock, alternative rock, hard rock Matador Dean Fertita, Josh Homme, James Lavelle, Michael Shuman, Troy Van Leeuwen [286]
June
4
Barenaked Ladies Grinning Streak Alternative rock Vanguard Howie Beck, Gavin Brown [287]
Capital Cities In a Tidal Wave of Mystery Indie pop, synth-pop Lazy Hooks, Capitol Ryan Merchant, Sebu Simonian [288]
City and Colour The Hurry and the Harm Alternative rock Dine Alone, Cooking Vinyl Alex Newport [289]
Eleanor Friedberger Personal Record Indie pop Merge Eric Broucek [290]
George Benson Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole Jazz Concord Jazz John Burk [291]
The Maine Forever Halloween Rock, alternative rock Eighty One Twenty Three Brendan Benson [292]
Matthew Morrison Where It All Began Jazz soul, pop standards 222 Phil Ramone, Gregg Field [293]
Megadeth Super Collider Heavy metal, hard rock Tradecraft, Universal Johnny K, Dave Mustaine [294]
Portugal. The Man Evil Friends Psychedelic rock, psychedelic pop, progressive rock Atlantic Danger Mouse [295]
Sleeping with Sirens Feel Post-hardcore, alternative rock Rise Cameron Mizell [296]
June
5
Boards of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest Electronica Warp [297]
June
7
Andrew Stockdale Keep Moving Hard rock, blues rock, neo-psychedelia, heavy metal Universal, Caroline, Island Andrew Stockdale [298]
The Lonely Island The Wack Album Comedy hip hop Republic The Lonely Island, CHOPS, DJ Nu-Mark, Asa Taccone, TODAY, Saverio Principini, Tommy Hittz, JMIKE, Mad Max, Needlz, Rice & Peas, Blended Babies, Music Kidz, The Futuristics, Ryan & Smitty, Benny Cassette, KnocDown, Arthur McArthur, B-Sides, Simon Sayz [299]
Mark Owen The Art of Doing Nothing Pop, electronic Polydor Charlie Russell, Bradley Spence, Starsmith [300]
June
10
Black Sabbath 13 Doom metal, blues rock Vertigo , Universal Rick Rubin [301]
Beady Eye BE Rock Beady Eye, Columbia Dave Sitek, Beady Eye [302]
Goo Goo Dolls Magnetic Warner Bros. Rob Cavallo, John Shanks, Gregg Wattenberg, Greg Wells [303]
KT Tunstall Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon Acoustic rock, folk rock Virgin EMI, Universal Records, Blue Note Howe Gelb, KT Tunstall [304]
Neils Children Dimly Lit Psychedelia, hauntology, neo-psychedelia, indie electronic Boudoir Moderne Jean-Michel Cros, Ayumu Matsuo, Neils Children, James Apericio [305]
Status Quo Bula Quo! Rock Fourth Chord Records Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Mike Paxman [306]
June
11
Big D and the Kids Table Stomp Ska punk Strictly Rude [307]
Big D and the Kids Table Stroll Reggae, dub Strictly Rude [307]
Big Time Rush 24/Seven Dance-rock Nick, Columbia [308]
Deafheaven Sunbather Deathwish Jack Shirley [309]
Helen Marnie Crystal World Electronic Daniel Hunt [310]
Jason Isbell Southeastern Alternative country, Americana Southeastern Dave Cobb [311]
Jimmy Eat World Damage Alternative rock, power pop RCA Alain Johannes [312]
Sandy Sim Universal [313]
Scale the Summit The Migration Progressive metal, progressive rock Prosthetic Jamie King [314]
June
12
Sigur Rós Kveikur Post-rock XL Sigur Rós, Kjartan Sveinsson, Alex Somers [315]
June
14
Kelly Rowland Talk a Good Game R&B Republic Kevin Cossom, Boi-1da, Mike Will Made It, The Runners, Harmony Samuels, The-Dream, T-Minus, Pharrell Williams [316]
Studio Killers Studio Killers Synth-pop Studio Killers Records Studio Killers [317]
June
17
Zomby With Love UK garage, dubstep 4AD Zomby [318]
June
18
3OH!3 Omens Photo Finish, Atlantic 3OH!3 [319]
Falling in Reverse Fashionably Late Post-hardcore, pop punk Epitaph Michael "Elvis" Baskette, Ronnie Radke, Ryan Ogren [320]
Green River Ordinance Chasing Down the Wind Country [321]
Hanson Anthem Pop rock 3CG Hanson [322]
J. Cole Born Sinner Hip hop, R&B Dreamville, Roc Nation, Columbia J. Cole, Mark Pitts, Christian Rich, DJ Dummy, Elite, Irvin Washington, Jake One, Ken Lewis, Nate Jones, Ron Gilmore, Syience [323]
Kanye West Yeezus Hip hop Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam Kanye West, 88-Keys, Ackee Juice Rockers, Arca, Benji B, Carlos Broady, Brodinski, Ben Bronfman, Evian Christ, Eric Danchick, Daft Punk, Mike Dean, Dom Solo, Jack Donoghue, Gesaffelstein, Noah Goldstein, Lunice, Lupe Fiasco, Hudson Mohawke, No I.D., Che Pope, Rick Rubin, S1, Travis Scott, Sham Joseph [324]
Mac Miller Watching Movies with the Sound Off Hip hop Rostrum Diplo, Flying Lotus, ID Labs, Pharrell Williams, Sap [325]
Mala Rodríguez Bruja R&B, hip hop Universal Music Supernafamacho [326]
Statik Selektah Extended Play Hip hop Showoff Records, Duck Down Statik Selektah, The Alchemist [327]
The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die Whenever, If Ever Emo, indie rock, post-hardcore, post-rock Topshelf Chris Teti [328]
June
19
Freddie Gibbs ESGN Hip hop ESGN [329]
June
24
Bosnian Rainbows Bosnian Rainbows Alternative rock Clouds Hill Johann Scheerer [330]
Deap Vally Sistrionix Garage rock Island Lars Stalfors [331]
Forever the Sickest Kids J.A.C.K. Pop punk, pop rock Fearless Mike Green [332]
Tom Odell Long Way Down Folk, indie pop Columbia Dan Grech-Marguerat [333]
June
25
Attila About That Life Metalcore Artery [334]
August Burns Red Rescue & Restore Metalcore Solid State Carson Slovak, Grant McFarland [335]
Hawthorne Heights Zero Alternative rock, emo, post-hardcore Red Entertainment [336]
Middle Class Rut Pick Up Your Head Alternative rock Bright Antenna [337]
Skillet Rise Christian metal, hard rock Word, Atlantic Howard Benson [338]
Transplants In a Warzone Punk rock, rap rock Epitaph Tim Armstrong [339]
Wale The Gifted Hip hop No I.D. [340]
Willie Nile American Ride Rock Loud & Proud Andrew Fitzsimmons, Stewart Lerman, Willie Nile [341]
June
26
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels Hip hop Fool's Gold El-P, Little Shalimar, Wilder Zoby [342]
June
28
Editors The Weight of Your Love Post-punk revival PIAS Jacquire King [343]
Sirenia Perils of the Deep Blue Gothic metal, symphonic metal, doom metal Nuclear Blast Endre Kirkesola, Morten Veland [344]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
2
Belinda Catarsis Pop, electronic, dance-pop Capitol Latin, Universal Music Latin Víctor "El Nasi" Martínez, Joan Ortíz, Jorge Villamizar, Andrés Castro, Vein [345]
Maya Jane Coles Comfort Deep house, tech house, trip hop I/Am/Me Maya Jane Coles [346]
Pretty Lights A Color Map of the Sun Electronica Pretty Lights Music Derek Vincent Smith [347]
Relient K Collapsible Lung Alternative rock, pop rock Mono vs Stereo Paul Moak [348]
July
4
Jay-Z Magna Carta Holy Grail Hip hop Roc-A-Fella, Roc Nation Jahlil Beats, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Rick Rubin, Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, The-Dream, J. Cole, Just Blaze [349]
July
5
Ciara Ciara R&B Epic Jasper Cameron, Ciara, Mike Will Made It, Soundz [350]
Skylar Grey Don't Look Down Pop, hip hop Kidinakorner, Interscope Eminem, Alex da Kid, J.R. Rotem [351]
July
8
Thee Faction Good Politics: Your Role as an Active Citizen in Civil Society Soviet Beret [352]
July
9
Colette Carr Skitszo Pop rap, dance-pop, electropop Cherrytree, Interscope The Cataracs, Nick Cannon, Colette Carr, Frankmusik, Cherry Cherry Boom Boom [353]
Flyleaf Who We Are A&M Octone, Polydor Howard Benson, Omar Castro [354]
Front Line Assembly Echogenetic Electro-industrial Metropolis Bill Leeb, Jeremy Inkel, Jared Slingerland, Craig Johnsen, Sasha Keevill [355]
letlive. The Blackest Beautiful Post-hardcore Epitaph Kit Walters, Stephen George [356]
The Used The Ocean of the Sky Hopeless, Anger Music Group [357]
July
12
Celia Pavey This Music Folk Universal Music Australia [358]
Cody Simpson Surfers Paradise Pop, R&B Atlantic [359]
Robin Thicke Blurred Lines Dance-pop, funk, R&B Star Trak, Interscope Robin Thicke & Pro J, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Pharrell Williams, Timbaland [360]
Sara Bareilles The Blessed Unrest Pop rock, soul Epic John O'Mahony, Sara Bareilles, Mark Endert, Kurt Uenala [361]
July
15
Pet Shop Boys Electric EDM x2 Stuart Price [362]
July
16
Ace Hood Trials & Tribulations Hip hop We the Best, Cash Money, Republic [363]
Andy Kaufman Andy and His Grandmother Drag City [364]
Cherry Poppin' Daddies White Teeth, Black Thoughts Swing, jazz, rock, rockabilly Space Age Bachelor Pad Records Steve Perry [365]
Hieroglyphics The Kitchen Hip hop Hieroglyphics Imperium Sleeprockers, Del the Funky Homosapien, Gully Duckets, Opio, Unjust, A-Plus, Phesto Dee, Stephen King [366]
Kara Grainger Shiver & Sigh Blues, roots, soul, Americana Eclecto Groove Records David Z [367]
Mayer Hawthorne Where Does This Door Go Neo soul Republic [368]
Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals Walk Through Exits Only Groove metal, sludge metal Housecore Michael Thompson, Philip H. Anselmo [369]
Sick Puppies Connect Alternative metal, hard rock, alternative rock Capitol Rock Mafia (Tim James, Antonina Armato) [370]
July
19
Jahméne Douglas Love Never Fails Soul, gospel RCA [371]
Karnivool Asymmetry Progressive rock Density Records, Cymatic Records Nick DiDia [372]
Selena Gomez Stars Dance EDM, electropop Hollywood [373]
July
23
Bombadil Metrics of Affection [374]
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Indie folk, neo-psychedelia Vagrant, Rough Trade Alex Ebert [375]
Fuck Buttons Slow Focus Drone, post-rock ATP [376]
Gogol Bordello Pura Vida Conspiracy Gypsy punk ATO Andrew Scheps [377]
Hands Like Houses Unimagine Post-hardcore Rise James Paul Wisner [378]
The Love Language Ruby Red Indie rock Merge BJ Burton [379]
Marc Anthony 3.0 Salsa, tropical Sony Music Latin Sergio George [380]
Secrets Fragile Figures Metalcore, post-hardcore Rise Tom Denney [381]
U-God The Keynote Speaker Hip hop Soul Temple Rza, Leaf Dog, Blastah Beatz, Teddy Powell, DJ Homicide, Steve Reaves, J Reynoso Jr., J. Serbe [382]
We Came as Romans Tracing Back Roots Post-hardcore, metalcore Equal Vision, Nuclear Blast John Feldmann [383]
July
24
Backstreet Boys In a World Like This Pop, dance, R&B K-BAHN Martin Terefe, The Fliptones, RedOne, Dan Muckala, Morgan Taylor Reid, Max Martin [384]
July
26
AlunaGeorge Body Music Synth-pop, R&B Island Aluna Francis, George Reid [385]
Jay Sean Neon Pop, R&B Cash Money, Republic Orange Factory Music [386]
July
29
Brown Eyed Girls Black Box Pop, R&B, dance Nega Network, LOEN Entertainment Yoon Il-sang, Brown Eyed Girls, LANCE [387]
f(x) Pink Tape Art pop, synth-pop, electropop S.M. Entertainment Lee Soo Man [388]
July
30
Alela Diane About Farewell Indie folk Rusted Blue Records John Askew, Alela Diane [389]
Buddy Guy Rhythm & Blues Blues, soul RCA Tom Hambridge [390]
Emblem3 Nothing to Lose Pop, reggae, pop rock Syco, Columbia, Mr. Kanani Max Martin, Joel Madden, Benji Madden, Matt Rad, Kool Kojak, Peter Svensson [391]
Five Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1 Groove metal, alternative metal, hard rock Prospect Park Kevin Churko, Five Finger Death Punch [392]
Owl City The Midsummer Station - Acoustic Acoustic, synth-pop Universal Republic Adam Young [393]
Soulja Boy Life After Fame [394]
Tech N9ne Something Else Hip hop Strange Drumma Boy, Scoop DeVille, Seven, Young Fyre [395]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
2
The Defiled Daggers Industrial metal, metalcore Nuclear Blast Jason Suecof [396]
August
5
Swim Deep Where the Heaven Are We Indie pop Chess Club, RCA Charlie Hugall [397]
August
6
Asking Alexandria From Death to Destiny Metalcore, hard rock Sumerian Joey Sturgis [398]
Black City Lights Another Life Stars & Letters [399]
The Civil Wars The Civil Wars Sensibility Music LLC, Columbia Charlie Peacock, Rick Rubin [400]
The Polyphonic Spree Yes, It's True Psychedelic pop, indie rock Good, Kirtland, Cherry Red [401]
Pond Hobo Rocket Psychedelic rock, neo-psychedelia, hard rock Modular Kevin Parker [402]
August
7
Zebrahead Call Your Friends Punk rock MFZB Records Cameron Webb [403]
August
12
White Lies Big TV Indie rock, post-punk revival Fiction, Harvest, Universal Music Canada Ed Buller [404]
August
13
K. Michelle Rebellious Soul R&B, soul Atlantic Pop & Oak, Jack Splash, Eric Hudson [405]
Luke Bryan Crash My Party Country Capitol Nashville Jeff Stevens [406]
Parachute Overnight Pop rock Mercury Oren Yoel [407]
Sam Phillips Push Any Button Littlebox Recordings Sam Phillips [408]
August
16
BT A Song Across Wires Trance, progressive house, dubstep, electronic dance music Armada Music BT [409]
Stromae Racine carrée Mosaert Stromae [410]
August
19
Travis Where You Stand Alternative rock, indie rock Red Telephone Box, Kobalt Michael Ilbert [411]
August
20
ASAP Ferg Trap Lord Hip hop ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds, RCA Darold "ASAP Ferg" Ferguson, Rakim "ASAP Rocky" Mayers, ASAP Yams, Bryan Leach, Geno Sims, Highdefrazjah, Snugsworth, Crystal Caines, Finatik N Zac, Chinza//Fly, Frankie P, High Class Filth, Jim Jonsin, Ian "Napolian" Davis, Ozhora Miyagi, P on the Boards, Rico Love, VersA Beatz, Veryrvre [412]
Blessthefall Hollow Bodies Metalcore Fearless Joey Sturgis [413]
Blue October Sway Alternative rock Up/Down Records David Castell [414]
Born of Osiris Tomorrow We Die Alive Sumerian Nick Sampson, Born of Osiris [415]
Earl Sweatshirt Doris Hip hop Tan Cressida, Columbia Earl Sweatshirt, Christian Rich [416]
Jimmy Buffett Songs from St. Somewhere Mailboat Emilio Estefan, Mac McAnally, Michael Utley [417]
John Mayer Paradise Valley Folk rock, country rock, Southern rock, Americana Columbia, Sony Music John Mayer, Don Was [418]
Lee DeWyze Frames Folk, rock, pop Vanguard, 19 Toby Gad, Drew Pearson, Matthew Wilder, Phil Allen [419]
Zola Jesus Versions Sacred Bones [420]
August
23
Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King Hard rock, heavy metal Warner Bros. Mike Elizondo [421]
Ellie Goulding Halcyon Days Polydor [422]
Juicy J Stay Trippy Hip hop Kemosabe, Columbia Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Dr. Luke [423]
Michael Monroe Horns and Halos Rock Spinefarm [424]
Naughty Boy Hotel Cabana R&B Naughty Boy, Virgin EMI Naughty Boy [425]
ReVamp Wild Card Symphonic metal, progressive metal Nuclear Blast [426]
August
26
Franz Ferdinand Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action Indie rock, dance-punk, dance-rock Domino Joe Goddard, Alex Kapranos, Alexis Taylor, Todd Terje, Björn Yttling [427]
Money The Shadow of Heaven Dream pop, indie pop Bella Union [428]
August
27
Big Sean Hall of Fame Hip hop GOOD Music, Def Jam Kanye West, Da Internz, DJ Camper, DJ Mano, Key Wane, No I.D., Rob Kinelski, Young Chop [429]
Goodie Mob Age Against the Machine Hip hop [430]
August
28
Tarja Turunen Colours in the Dark Symphonic metal earMUSIC Tarja Turunen [431]
August
30
John Legend Love in the Future R&B, soul GOOD, Columbia [432]
Nine Inch Nails Hesitation Marks Electronic, electronic rock, alternative rock Columbia, The Null Corporation Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Alan Moulder [433]
August
31
Kayo Dot Hubardo Avant-metal Ice Level Records [434]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
2
The 1975 The 1975 Indie rock Polydor, Dirty Hit Mike Crossey, The 1975 [435]
The Safety Fire Mouth of Swords Progressive metal Inside Out, Century Media Derya Nagle [436]
September
3
Ariana Grande Yours Truly R&B, pop Republic Ariana Grande, Harmony Samuels, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Antonio Dixon, Patrick "J. Que" Smith, The Rascals, Khris Riddick-Tynes, Leon Thomas III, Matt Squire, Mika Penniman, Scooter Braun, Greg Wells [437]
Natalia Kills Trouble Synth-pop will.i.am, Cherrytree, Interscope Jeff Bhasker, Guillaume Doubet, Emile Haynie, Glass John [438]
Neko Case The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You Country, alternative rock ANTI- Tucker Martine [439]
Saliva In It to Win It Nu metal, hard rock Rum Bum Records Bobby Huff [440]
Tamar Braxton Love and War R&B Epic, Streamline Records Vincent Herbert, L.A. Reid, Angela Hunte, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Brandon Sewell, Bryan-Michael Cox, Da Internz, Diplo, DJ Camper, Eric Mobley, Kuk Harrell, Michael Daley, Patrick "J. Que" Smith, K.E. on the Track, Kyle "K2" Stewart II, Kendrick A.J. Dean, Rico Beats, SCMG, Tamar Braxton, Troy Oliver, TC, The Underdogs, Young Fyre [441]
Vista Chino Peace Stoner rock Napalm Brant Bjork [442]
September
6
Emilíana Torrini Tookah Indie pop Rough Trade Dan Carey [443]
Goldfrapp Tales of Us Folktronica Mute Alison Goldfrapp, Will Gregory [444]
Janelle Monáe The Electric Lady Neo soul, psychedelic soul, rock, R&B Wondaland Arts Society, Bad Boy, Atlantic Roman GianArthur, Janelle Monáe, Wonder & Lightning, Nate "Rocket" Wonder [445]
London Grammar If You Wait Metal & Dust Tim Bran, Roy Kerr, London Grammar [446]
múm Smilewound Electronica, experimental Morr múm [447]
Tonight Alive The Other Side Pop punk, alternative rock Dave Petrovic [448]
September
9
Arctic Monkeys AM Indie rock Domino James Ford, Ross Orton [449]
Balance and Composure The Things We Think We're Missing Alternative rock No Sleep [450]
The Clash Sound System Punk rock Sony Legacy The Clash, Micky Foote, Sandy Pearlman, Bill Price, Guy Stevens, Jose Unidos, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Julien Temple, Don Letts [451]
The Clash The Clash Hits Back Punk rock Sony Legacy The Clash, Micky Foote, Sandy Pearlman, Bill Price, Guy Stevens, Jose Unidos, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Julien Temple, Don Letts [451]
Delorean Apar Mushroom Pillow Delorean, Chris Zane, Van Rivers [452]
The Strypes Snapshot Rhythm and blues, rock Virgin EMI Chris Thomas [453]
September
10
2 Chainz B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time hip hop Def Jam 2 Chainz, Big Korey, Tommy Brown, Diplo, DJ Montay, DJ Toomp, D. Rich, Drumma Boy, The Futuristics, FKi, Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E., J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, League of Starz, Mannie Fresh, Marz, Mike Will Made It, Pharrell Williams, P-Nasty, StreetRunner, V Don, Wonder Arillo [454]
Gloria Estefan The Standards Traditional pop, swing Crescent Moon, Sony Masterworks Emilio Estefan [455]
Kaskade Atmosphere Dance, progressive house, deep house Ultra Ryan Raddon, Finn Bjarnson, John Hancock, Project 46, Swanky Tunes, Benjamin Curtis, Mark Phillips [456]
Keith Urban Fuse Country Hit Red, Capitol Records Nashville Benny Blanco, Nathan Chapman, Ross Copperman, Zach Crowell, Mike Elizondo, Dann Huff, Jay Joyce, Stargate, Keith Urban, Butch Walker [457]
Moving Mountains Moving Mountains Indie rock, post-rock Triple Crown [458]
Sean Kingston Back 2 Life Reggae, hip hop, R&B Beluga Heights, Epic J. R. Rotem, Nic Nac, RedOne, Philly Phatboi [459]
Sheryl Crow Feels Like Home Country rock Warner Music Nashville Sheryl Crow, Justin Niebank [460]
The Weeknd Kiss Land R&B XO, Republic Brandon "Bizzy" Hollemon, DannyBoyStyles, Harry Fraud, Jason "DaHeala" Quenneville, Silkky Johnson, The Weeknd [461]
September
11
Man Man On Oni Pond Experimental rock ANTI- [462]
September
13
Avicii True Folktronica PRMD Music Avicii, Arash Pournouri, Nile Rodgers [463]
Elton John The Diving Board Rock Capitol, Mercury T Bone Burnett [464]
The Naked and Famous In Rolling Waves Thom Powers, Aaron Short, Justin Meldal-Johnsen [465]
September
16
Birdy Fire Within Indie pop 14th Floor, Atlantic Jim Abbiss, Rich Costey, Alex H. N. Gilbert, Jake Gosling, John Hill, Ben Lovett, Jamie Muhoberac, Eric Rosse, Fraser T. Smith, Ryan Tedder, Dan Wilson, Greg Wells [466]
Manic Street Preachers Rewind the Film Folk, rock Columbia Manic Street Preachers, Loz Williams, Alex Silva [467]
Nightmares on Wax Feelin' Good Electronic, techno Warp George Evelyn [468]
Placebo Loud Like Love Alternative rock Universal Adam Noble [469]
September
17
The Devil Wears Prada 8:18 Metalcore Roadrunner Matt Goldman Adam Dutkiewicz [470]
Elvis Costello and The Roots Wise Up Ghost Funk Blue Note Elvis Costello, Questlove, Steven Mandel [471]
Grouplove Spreading Rumours Alternative rock Canvasback, Atlantic Ryan Rabin [472]
Gwar Battle Maximus Thrash metal John Angelo [473]
MGMT MGMT Psychedelic rock Columbia Dave Fridmann, MGMT [474]
San Fermin San Fermin Downtown [475]
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Fly by Wire Indie pop Polyvinyl [476]
Stray from the Path Anonymous Hardcore punk, nu metalcore, rap metal Sumerian Will Putney [477]
Various artists Self Made Vol. 3 Hip hop Maybach Music Rick Ross, Aone Beats, Boi-1da, Brian Nunez, Beat Billionaire, Cardo, DJ Spinz, The CoCaptains, Childish Major, D Rich, Hit-Boy, John "$K" McGee, Jake One, Kebu, Lil Lee, The Maven Boys, The MeKanics, OhZee, Rock City, Schife, Swish, Tone P [478]
Zendaya Zendaya R&B Hollywood Bobby Brackins, Mick Schultz, Harmony Samuels, Jonas Jeberg, The Suspex, Jukebox, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Nick Jonas, Nic Nac [479]
September
20
Babasónicos Romantisísmico Alternative rock Sony Music Latin Andrew Weiss [480]
Cher Closer to the Truth Dance-pop Warner Bros. Paul Oakenfold, Anthony "TC" Crawford, Joshua "J.D." Walker, Jeff Fenster, Mark Taylor, Tim Powell, Josh Crosby, Billy Mann, MachoPsycho, TMS, Timbaland, J-Roc, Ivan Corraliza, Carl Ryden, Matt Serletic [481]
Chvrches The Bones of What You Believe Electronic, synth-pop Virgin Chvrches [482]
Jason Derulo Tattoos Pop, R&B Beluga Heights, Warner Bros. Ammo, TODAY, BeatGeek, Jon Bellion, Jason Derulo, DJ Buddha, DJ Frank E, DJ Noodles, Carl Falk, Frank Harris, Jonas Jeberg, Martin Johnson, Tearce "Kizzo", Jared Lee, Joe London, RedOne, Ricky Reed, The Cataracs, Rami Yacoub [483]
Kings of Leon Mechanical Bull RCA Angelo Petraglia [484]
Krewella Get Wet Columbia Rain Man, Cash Cash, Quicy Kwalae, Dallas K, SAVOY, SmarterChild, The Cataracs, Ethan Davis, KillaGraham, Stephen Swartz, Pegboard Nerds, Gareth Emery [485]
Sting The Last Ship Rock, jazz, folk, blues A&M, Cherrytree Rob Mathes, Sting [486]
September
23
Anneke van Giersbergen Drive Alternative rock, pop rock [487]
Dream Theater Dream Theater Progressive metal, progressive rock Roadrunner John Petrucci [488]
Glamour of the Kill Savages [489]
Icona Pop This Is... Icona Pop Big Beat, Atlantic Stargate, Elof Loelv, Patrik Berger, Style of Eye, Brian Lee, Jarrad Rogers, Shellback, Kool Kojak, Benny Blanco, Justin Parker, 10k Islands [490]
Jessie J Alive R&B, pop Lava, Universal Republic Josh Abraham, All About She, Benny Blanco, Johnny BLK, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Kevin Figs, Chuck Harmony, Rodney Jerkins, Jon Jon, Claude Kelly, O.C., Oligee, Stargate, STL, The ThundaCatz, TMS, Ammo [491]
Mazzy Star Seasons of Your Day Alternative rock, dream pop Rhymes of an Hour Records David Roback, Hope Sandoval [492]
September
24
Drake Nothing Was the Same Hip hop OVO Sound, Young Money, Cash Money, Republic Drake, Birdman, Noah "40" Shebib, Ronald "Slim" Williams [493]
R5 Louder Pop rock Hollywood Emanuel Kiriakou, Andrew Goldstein, Rocky Lynch, Travis "Tronik" Huff [494]
Sammy Hagar Sammy Hagar & Friends Hard rock Frontiers John Cuniberti, Sammy Hagar [495]
A Skylit Drive Rise Post-hardcore Tragic Hero Cameron Mizell [496]
September
25
Alter Bridge Fortress Alternative metal Roadrunner, EMI Michael "Elvis" Baskette [497]
September
25
Casper Hinterland [498]
Haim Days Are Gone Pop rock, indie pop Polydor [499]
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 R&B, pop RCA J-Roc, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Daniel Jones, Rob Knox [500]
Lorde Pure Heroine Dream pop, electronica, electropop Universal, Lava, Republic Joel Little, Lorde [501]
Rush Vapor Trails Remixed Hard rock Atlantic, Rhino Paul Northfield, Rush [502]
September
30
Deltron 3030 Event 2 Alternative hip hop Deltron Partners, Bulk Recordings Dan the Automator [503]
Dizzee Rascal The Fifth hip hop, grime Dirtee Stank, Universal Music Jean-Baptiste, Ryan Buendia, Flippa123, M.J. Cole, Damien Leroy III, RedOne, Teddy Sky, Eric Sanicola, will.i.am [504]
Fates Warning Darkness in a Different Light Progressive metal Inside Out Jim Matheos [505]
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Unvarnished Hard rock Blackheart Kenny Laguna, Joan Jett, Thom Panunzio, Dave Grohl, Carianne Brinkman [506]
Nelly M.O. R&B, hip hop Republic Nelly, DJ Frank E, Detail, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, John "$K" McGee, Karriem "K-Mack" Mack, Planet VI, Pharrell Williams, Rico Love, Sag Live, Soul Unique [507]
Oneohtrix Point Never R Plus Seven Ambient, experimental, electronic Warp Daniel Lopatin, Paul Corley [508]
Polvo Siberia Indie rock Merge [509]
Sub Focus Torus Drum and bass, dubstep Mercury [510]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
1
Arve Henriksen Places of Worship Rune Grammofon Erik Honoré [511]
Dr. Dog B-Room Neo-psychedelia ANTI- Nathan Sabatino [512]
Moby Innocents Little Idiot, Mute Moby, Mark 'Spike' Stent [513]
Scar the Martyr Scar the Martyr Industrial metal Roadrunner Rhys Fulber [514]
October
4
Daryl Braithwaite Forever the Tourist Rock, pop Sony Music Australia Oliver Jones, Lindsay Ryan [515]
Miley Cyrus Bangerz Pop RCA Mike Will Made It, Rami Afuni, Cirkut, Dr. Luke, Kyle Edwards, Marz, Michael McHenry, P-Nasty, will.i.am, Pharrell Williams, Oren Yoel [516]
Sleigh Bells Bitter Rivals Indie rock Mom + Pop Will Hubbard, Derek Miller, Shane Stoneback [517]
October
7
Chase & Status Brand New Machine Drum and bass, downtempo Mercury Chase & Status, Major Lazer, Moody Good, Skrillex, Andy C [518]
The Feeling Boy Cried Wolf Soft rock BMG The Feeling [519]
Korn The Paradigm Shift Nu metal Caroline, Prospect Park Don Gilmore [520]
Pusha T My Name Is My Name Hip hop GOOD Music, Def Jam Kanye West, 88-Keys, Beewirks, DJ Mano, Don Cannon, Glass John, Hudson Mohawke, No I.D., Nottz, Pharrell Williams, Rico Beats, Sebastian Sartor, Swizz Beatz, The-Dream, The Twilite Tone [521]
October
8
Cage the Elephant Melophobia Alternative rock RCA Jay Joyce [522]
Cassadee Pope Frame by Frame Country pop Republic Nashville Dann Huff [523]
Dance Gavin Dance Acceptance Speech Post-hardcore Rise Matthew Malpass [524]
Dave Hause Devour Rock Rise Andrew Alekel, Mitchell Townsend [525]
A Day to Remember Common Courtesy Metalcore, pop punk ADTR Records Chad Gilbert, Andrew Wade, Jeremy McKinnon [526]
Lissie Back to Forever Pop Fat Possum Jacknife Lee [527]
A Loss for Words Before It Caves Rise [528]
Mayday Parade Monsters in the Closet Pop punk, pop rock Fearless Zack Odom, Kenneth Mount [529]
of Montreal Lousy with Sylvianbriar Indie rock Polyvinyl Kevin Barnes [530]
Panic! at the Disco Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! Alternative rock Fueled by Ramen, Decaydance Butch Walker [531]
PUP PUP Punk rock, hardcore punk, indie rock Royal Mountain Dave Schiffman [532]
October
10
Trivium Vengeance Falls Metalcore, thrash metal, heavy metal Roadrunner David Draiman [533]
October
11
Paul McCartney New Rock Virgin EMI, Hear Music Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns, Paul Epworth, Giles Martin [534]
Pearl Jam Lightning Bolt Alternative rock Monkeywrench Brendan O'Brien [535]
The Saturdays Living for the Weekend Pop, electropop Fascination, Polydor Art Bastian, Rodney Jerkins, Jim Jonsin, Steve Mac, James F. Reynolds, The Jam [536]
October
14
The Dismemberment Plan Uncanney Valley Indie rock Partisan Jason Caddell [537]
Eliza Doolittle In Your Hands Pop, indie pop Parlophone Steve Robson, Kwes, busbee, Oren Yoel, Matt Prime, Kid Harpoon [538]
Feed Me Calamari Tuesday Electro house, progressive house, dubstep Sotto Voce Jon Gooch [539]
Morcheeba Head Up High Synth-pop PIAS Paul Godfrey [540]
October
15
The Avett Brothers Magpie and the Dandelion Indie rock, folk rock American Rick Rubin [541]
Diane Birch Speak a Little Louder Rock, synth-pop S-Curve Diane Birch, Steve Greenberg, Matt Hales, Homer Steinweiss, Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson, Eg White, Sheldon Steiger [542]
The Head and the Heart Let's Be Still Indie rock, indie pop Sub Pop [543]
Icon for Hire Icon for Hire Alternative metal Tooth & Nail Mike Green [544]
Kevin Devine Bulldozer Devinyl Records Rob Schnapf [545]
Kevin Devine & the Goddamn Band Bubblegum Devinyl Records Jesse Lacey [546][545]
Monster Magnet Last Patrol Stoner rock Napalm Dave Wyndorf, Phil Caivano [547]
Red Fang Whales and Leeches Stoner rock Relapse Red Fang, Chris Funk [548]
October
18
Fifth Harmony Better Together Pop Syco The Suspex, Julian Bunetta, The Monsters and the Strangerz, Harmony Samuels [549]
James Blunt Moon Landing Pop rock, folk rock Atlantic Tom Rothrock [550]
Katy Perry Prism Pop Capitol Klas Åhlund, Benny Blanco, Bloodshy, Cirkut, Dr. Luke, Greg Kurstin, Max Martin, StarGate, Greg Wells [551]
Motörhead Aftershock Heavy metal, hard rock UDR GmbH Cameron Webb [552]
October
22
AFI Burials Alternative rock Republic Gil Norton [553]
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy It Feels Like Christmas Time [554]
Donna Summer Love to Love You Donna Verve [555]
Emphatic Another Life Rock Epochal Artists, Capitol Justin McCain, Ryan Greene [556]
I See Stars New Demons Electronicore Sumerian [557]
Lincoln Durham Exodus of the Deemed Unrighteous Roots rock, alternative folk, blues Droog Records George Reiff [558]
Ryan Hemsworth Guilt Trips Electronic Last Gang Ryan Hemsworth [559]
October
25
Geir Lysne New Circle ACT Music [560]
Kelly Clarkson Wrapped in Red Christmas, pop RCA Greg Kurstin [561]
October
28
Arcade Fire Reflektor Dance-rock, art rock Sonovox, Merge Arcade Fire, Markus Dravs, James Murphy [562]
Ayreon The Theory of Everything Progressive metal, progressive rock Inside Out Arjen Lucassen [563]
Juana Molina Wed 21 Folktronica, experimental rock, IDM, ambient Crammed Discs Juana Molina [564]
Union J Union J Pop Syco, RCA Joseph Lawrence, Steve Mac, Tim Powell, Tom, Dick & Harry Productions, Ze Infidels [565]
October
29
Hellogoodbye Everything is Debatable Old Friends Records [566]
Los Campesinos! No Blues Indie rock Wichita, Turnstile Music, Heart Swells John Goodmanson, Tom Campesinos! [567]
Moonface Julia with Blue Jeans On Indie rock Jagjaguwar Spencer Krug [568]
Protest the Hero Volition Progressive metal Razor & Tie Cameron McLellan [569]
Sirens and Sailors Skeletons Metalcore Artery, Razor & Tie Sirens and Sailors [570]
Sky Ferreira Night Time, My Time Indie rock, synth-pop Capitol Ariel Rechtshaid, Justin Raisen, Sky Ferreira [571]
White Denim Corsicana Lemonade Indie rock, garage rock, progressive rock, Southern rock Downtown Jeff Tweedy [572]
Yuna Nocturnal Pop, indie pop, dream pop Verve [573]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
1
Avril Lavigne Avril Lavigne Pop rock, pop Epic Martin Johnson, Rickard B. Goransson, Peter Svensson [574]
Celine Dion Loved Me Back to Life Pop, R&B Columbia Walter Afanasieff, Babyface, D'Mile, Andrew Goldstein, Kuk Harrell, Hasham Hussain, Emanuel Kiriakou, Danny Mercer, Denarius Motes, Ne-Yo, Aaron Pearce, Play Production, Fraser T. Smith, Reginald Smith, Tricky Stewart, Kyle Townsend, Eg White, Curtis Wilson, Jesse Wilson [575]
Cut Copy Free Your Mind Synth-pop, dance-punk Modular [576]
James Arthur James Arthur Pop, hip hop Syco [577]
M.I.A. Matangi Experimental hip hop, bhangra N.E.E.T., Interscope Danja, Hit-Boy, M.I.A., Doc McKinney, The Partysquad, Sugu, Surkin, Switch [578]
Shane Filan You and Me Pop, country Capitol [579]
Tinie Tempah Demonstration Hip hop, grime, electronic Parlophone Labrinth, Diplo, Eshraque "iSHi" Mughal, Balistiq [580]
November
4
Ejecta Dominae Synth-pop Copyright Control, Driftless Recordings, Happy Death Joel Ford [581]
The Wanted Word of Mouth Island Antonyo Smith, Steve Mac, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Electric [582]
November
5
Black Flag What The… Hardcore punk SST [583]
Dream Theater Live at Luna Park Progressive metal Eagle Rock [584]
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2 Hip hop Aftermath, Shady, Interscope Dr. Dre, Eminem, Rick Rubin [585]
Scott Stapp Proof of Life Hard rock, post-grunge Wind-up Howard Benson [586]
Stryper No More Hell to Pay Christian metal, heavy metal Frontiers Michael Sweet [587]
Various artists 12 Years a Slave Blues, R&B, soul, neo soul Columbia Hans Zimmer, John Legend, Tim Fain [588]
Various artists Punk Goes Christmas Christmas, Pop punk, pop rock, metalcore, rock Fearless [589]
Yandel De Líder a Leyenda Reggaeton, Latin pop Sony Music Yandel, Tainy, Nely, Luny Tunes, Predikador, Alberto "The Legacy" Torres, Roberto "Tito" Vazquez [590]
November
6
Lady Gaga Artpop Synth-pop Streamline Records, Interscope Lady Gaga, DJ White Shadow, Zedd, Madeon, Nick Monson, Rick Rubin, Giorgio Tuinfort, Dino Zisis, Infected Mushroom, will.i.am, David Guetta [591]
November
8
Adam Brand My Acoustic Diary Country Adam Brand Enterprises, ABC Music [592]
Gabriella Cilmi The Sting Soul Sweetness Tunes [593]
Little Mix Salute Pop, R&B Syco, Columbia TMS, Future Cut, Fred Ball, MNEK, Nathan Duvall, Ash Howes, Richard "Biff" Stannard, RyKeyz, Nicky D'Silva [594]
November
11
Get Scared Everyone's Out to Get Me Alternative rock, gothic rock, post-hardcore Fearless Erik Ron [595]
Keane The Best of Keane Alternative rock Island [596]
Roger Taylor Fun on Earth Rock Virgin EMI Joshua J Macrae, Roger Taylor [597]
November
13
Sacrificium Prey for Your Gods [598]
November
15
Leaves' Eyes Symphonies of the Night Symphonic metal Napalm [599]
November
18
Jake Bugg Shangri La Indie rock Mercury, Island Rick Rubin [600]
Robbie Williams Swings Both Ways Swing, pop Island, Universal Guy Chambers [601]
November
19
Daughtry Baptized Pop rock RCA Chris Daughtry, Martin Johnson, Rock Mafia [602]
The Godfathers Once Upon a Crime East Coast hip hop Psycho+Logical Domingo, Kool G Rap, Necro [603]
Polar Bear Club Death Chorus Post-hardcore, alternative rock, punk rock, emo Rise [604]
November
22
Gary Barlow Since I Saw You Last Pop, Folk music Polydor Steve Power [605]
tyDi Hotel Rooms Electronic, chill-out, glitch Armada tyDi [606]
November
24
Hopsin Knock Madness Hip hop Funk Volume [607]
November
25
Danielle Bradbery Danielle Bradbery Country [608]
One Direction Midnight Memories Pop Syco, Columbia, Sony Music Julian Bunetta, Carl Falk, Tom Fletcher, Teddy Geiger, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter, Matt Rad, John Ryan, Jamie Scott, Toby Smith, Ryan Tedder [609]
November
29
Britney Spears Britney Jean Pop, EDM RCA A.C, Chico Bennett, Christopher Braide, Peter Carlsson, Cirkut, Diplo, Dr. Luke, FRESHM3N III, David Guetta, Zach "Reazon" Heiligman, Keith Harris, HyGrade, William "DJ Keebz" Kebler, Kool Kojak, LWAM, Sebastian Ingrosso, DJ Ammo, William Orbit, Otto Knows, Anthony Preston, Richard Vission, Nicky Romero, Giorgio Tuinfort, Marcus van Wattum, will.i.am [610]

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
3
Boston Life, Love & Hope Hard rock Frontiers [611]
December
6
Childish Gambino Because the Internet Hip hop Glassnote, Island [612]
December
9
Exo Miracles in December Christmas, R&B, ballad S.M. Lee Soo-man [613]
Ithilien From Ashes to the Frozen Land Mighty Music [614]
December
10
E-40 The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil 4 Hip hop [615]
E-40 The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil 5 Hip hop [615]
E-40 The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil 6 Hip hop [615]
Evergreen Terrace Dead Horses Metalcore, melodic hardcore Rise [616]
Girls' Generation Love & Peace Electropop, dance-pop Nayutawave, Universal [617]
R. Kelly Black Panties R&B, hip hop RCA R. Kelly [618]
December
13
Beyoncé Beyoncé Electro, R&B Columbia, Parkwood Beyoncé, 40, Ammo, Boots, Brian Soko, Caroline Polachek, Detail, Dre Moon, HazeBanga, Hit-Boy, J-Roc, Justin Timberlake, Key Wane, Majid Jordan, Mike Dean, Omen, Patrick Wimberly, Pharrell Williams, Rasool Ricardo Diaz, Rey Reel, Ryan Tedder, The-Dream, Timbaland [619]
December
17
B.o.B. Underground Luxury Hip hop [620]

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