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The following is a list of albums that were released during 2009.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
6
Animal Collective Merriweather Post Pavilion Psychedelic pop Domino Ben H. Allen, Animal Collective [1]
Erin McCarley Love, Save the Empty
January
9
Saxon Into the Labyrinth Heavy metal [2]
January
12
Ugly Duckling Audacity Hip hop [3]
January
13
Dexter Freebish The Other Side: The Best of Dexter Freebish [4]
Fever Ray Fever Ray Electronic pop [5]
Kreator Hordes of Chaos Thrash metal [6]
Oh No Not Stereo 003 [7]
Royal Bliss Life In-Between Hard rock, post-grunge [8]
Various artists Notorious [9]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Motown Pop, rhythm and blues
January
14
My Dear Disco Dancethink Synth-pop, funk, rock, techno [10]
January
19
White Lies To Lose My Life... Post-punk revival, indie rock [11][12]
January
20
Andrew Bird Noble Beast Baroque pop [13]
Antony and the Johnsons The Crying Light Baroque pop [14]
Anya Marina Slow & Steady Seduction: Phase II [15]
Babyface From the Heart [16]
BeauSoleil Alligator Purse [17]
Bon Iver Blood Bank Indie folk [18]
Coconut Records Davy Indie pop, indie rock [19]
Cymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains Indie rock [20]
Dirty Little Rabbits Simon [21]
Fiction Family Fiction Family Folk, rock [22]
John Frusciante The Empyrean Experimental rock, psychedelic rock, post-rock [23]
Matt and Kim Grand Dance-punk, indie rock, indie pop [24]
Robert Pollard The Crawling Distance Rock, indie rock [25]
Reel Big Fish Fame, Fortune and Fornication Ska punk [26]
Umphrey's McGee Mantis Progressive rock [27]
January
21
Teriyaki Boyz Serious Japanese Hip hop [28]
January
23
Napalm Death Time Waits for No Slave Grindcore [29]
Sepultura A-Lex Groove metal, thrash metal, death metal [30]
January
26
Architects Hollow Crown Metalcore, mathcore
Franz Ferdinand Tonight: Franz Ferdinand Indie rock, dance-punk, new wave, electropop, art rock [31]
January
27
The Bird and the Bee Ray Guns Are Not Just the Future Indie pop, electronic [32]
Bruce Springsteen Working on a Dream Rock [33]
Crooked X Crooked X Hard rock, heavy metal [34]
Duncan Sheik Whisper House Pop [35]
Hoobastank Fornever Post-grunge, alternative rock [36]
Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes Eye Legacy Hip hop, R&B [37]
Merzbow Suzume: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 1 [38]
Nickel Eye The Time of the Assassins [39]
P.O.D. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of P.O.D. [40]
Ten Second Epic Hometown Alternative rock, emo
Various artists Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 11 Pop [41]
January
30
Buckethead Slaughterhouse on the Prairie Hard rock, experimental metal [42]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
2
Adagio Archangels in Black Symphonic power metal Listenable [43]
Superbus Lova Lova Electronic rock, power pop, synth-pop [44]
February
3
Ben Kweller Changing Horses Country rock, alt-country, folk rock [45]
Cannibal Corpse Evisceration Plague Death metal [46]
Dierks Bentley Feel That Fire Country [47]
The Fray The Fray Alternative rock, pop rock [48]
The Loved Ones Distractions Punk rock, Americana [49]
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart The Pains of Being Pure at Heart Indie pop, noise pop, shoegazing [50]
The Phantom Band Checkmate Savage Folk, pop, blues, post-rock, folktronica [51]
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Lonely Road Alternative rock, pop punk [52]
Two Tongues Two Tongues Pop punk, indie rock, emo [53]
The Von Bondies Love, Hate and Then There's You Alternative rock, indie rock, post-punk revival, garage rock [54]
February
9
Hot Leg Red Light Fever Glam metal, hard rock, glam rock [55]
February
10
Ben Folds Stems and Seeds Alternative rock [56]
Bobby V The Rebirth R&B, hip hop [57]
Dan Auerbach Keep It Hid Blues rock, garage rock, indie folk, neo-psychedelia [58]
India.Arie Testimony: Vol. 2, Love & Politics R&B, neo soul [59]
Lily Allen It's Not Me, It's You Electropop [60]
The Lonely Island Incredibad Comedy hip hop [61]
Malajube Labyrinthes Indie rock [62]
Red Innocence & Instinct Alternative metal, Christian rock, post-grunge [63]
Ryan Leslie Ryan Leslie R&B, hip hop [64]
VOTA VOTA Christian rock [65]
February
13
Mando Diao Give Me Fire! Indie rock, garage rock [66]
February
15
Bomb the Music Industry! Scrambles Ska punk, punk rock [67]
February
16
Morrissey Years of Refusal Alternative rock [68]
Various artists Dark Was the Night Alternative rock, indie pop, indie rock [69]
February
17
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead The Century of Self Art rock [70]
The Appleseed Cast Sagarmatha Indie rock, post-rock [71]
Asobi Seksu Hush Indie rock, dream pop
Beirut March of the Zapotec/Holland Indie folk, Balkan folk, electronica [72]
J-Kwon Hood Hop 2 Hip hop [73]
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Southern rock, alternative country [74]
Lissy Trullie Self-Taught Learner [75]
Living Things Habeas Corpus Indie rock [76]
M. Ward Hold Time Alternative, folk [77]
Mishka Above the Bones [78]
Plushgun Pins & Panzers New wave, indie rock, synth-pop [79]
Scale the Summit Carving Desert Canyons [80]
The Sleeping What It Takes Post-hardcore, alternative rock [81]
Thursday Common Existence Post-hardcore [82]
William Elliott Whitmore Animals in the Dark [83]
February
20
Toni Gonzaga with Sam Milby Love Duets Pop
February
24
B-Real Smoke N Mirrors West Coast hip hop, Latin rap [84]
Black Lips 200 Million Thousand Garage punk, psychedelic rock [85]
Blut Aus Nord Memoria Vetusta II – Dialogue with the Stars Atmospheric black metal [86]
Clem Snide Hungry Bird Alternative country [85]
Gentleman Reg Jet Black Indie pop [87]
God Forbid Earthsblood Thrash metal, metalcore [88]
Hatebreed For the Lions Heavy metal [89]
Howie Beck How to Fall Down in Public Indie rock [90]
Jake Owen Easy Does It Country [91]
Joe Budden Padded Room Hip hop [92]
Jonas Brothers Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience Power pop, pop rock [93]
K'naan Troubadour Canadian hip hop, world music, afrobeat, alternative hip hop, rap rock, neo soul, reggae fusion [94]
Lamb of God Wrath Groove metal, thrash metal [95]
Marianas Trench Masterpiece Theatre Pop punk, symphonic rock
Merzbow Fukurou: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 2 [38]
Project Pat Real Recognize Real Gangsta Rap, Southern hip hop [96]
Van Morrison Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl Folk rock [97]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
2
Paul McKenna Band Between Two Worlds [98]
The Prodigy Invaders Must Die New rave Cooking Vinyl Liam Howlett, James Rushent [99]
Red Light Company Fine Fascination [100]
March
3
Coheed and Cambria Neverender: Children of The Fence Edition [101]
Drowning Pool Loudest Common Denominator [102]
Jeremy Riddle The Now and Not Yet [103]
Marissa Nadler Little Hells [104]
Neko Case Middle Cyclone [105]
Shout Out Out Out Out Reintegration Time [106]
U2 No Line on the Horizon [103]
March
9
Fight Like Apes You Filled His Head with Fluffy Clouds and Jolly Ranchers, What Did You Think Was Going to Happen? [107]
Mel Parsons Over My Shoulder [108][109]
Micachu and the Shapes Jewellery [110]
Pure Reason Revolution Amor Vincit Omnia
Polly Scattergood Polly Scattergood [111]
Starsailor All the Plans [112]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs It's Blitz! [113][114]
March
10
Attack in Black Years (by One Thousand Fingertips) [115]
Bell Orchestre As Seen Through Windows [116]
Bizzy Bone Back with the Thugz [117]
Corbin Bleu Speed of Light [118]
Chris Cornell Scream
Cursive Mama, I'm Swollen [119]
Dope No Regrets [120]
The-Dream Love vs. Money [121]
Handsome Furs Face Control [122]
Hell Rell Get In Line, Or Get Lined Up [123]
J. Holiday Round 2 [124]
Julie Doiron I Can Wonder What You Did with Your Day [114]
Julien-K Death to Analog
Kelly Clarkson All I Ever Wanted [125]
New Found Glory Not Without a Fight [126]
The Number Twelve Looks Like You Worse Than Alone [127]
Propagandhi Supporting Caste [128]
Reks More Grey Hairs [129]
The Riverboat Gamblers Underneath the Owl
Seventh Day Slumber Take Everything [130]
Samantha Shelton Are You Kidding Around? [131]
Yngwie Malmsteen Angels of Love [130]
March
11
Alcazar Disco Defenders [132]
March
12
The Church Untitled #23 [133]
Miss Kittin & The Hacker Two [134]
Super Junior Sorry, Sorry [135]
March
14
Utada This Is the One [136]
March
16
Delirious? My Soul Sings [137]
Pestilence Resurrection Macabre [138]
Super Furry Animals Dark Days/Light Years [139]
March
17
Ace Enders and a Million Different People When I Hit the Ground [140]
BoA BoA [141]
Bonnie "Prince" Billy Beware [142]
Capone-N-Noreaga Channel 10 [140]
Gorilla Zoe Don't Feed da Animals [143]
Jupiter Rising The Quiet Hype [140]
MSTRKRFT Fist of God [144]
Static-X Cult of Static [145]
Superdrag Industry Giants [140]
This Providence Who Are You Now? [146]
Twiztid W.I.C.K.E.D. [147]
Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker Questamation [140]
Willie Nelson Naked Willie [140]
March
18
Velvet The Queen [148]
March
20
Various artists NINJA 2009 Tour Sampler
March
23
Fiction Plane Paradiso
Gui Boratto Take My Breath Away
Röyksopp Junior [149]
Therapy? Crooked Timber [150]
The Xcerts In the Cold Wind We Smile
March
24
Blue October Approaching Normal
Dan Deacon Bromst [151]
The Decemberists The Hazards of Love [152]
Falling Up Fangs [153]
HammerFall No Sacrifice, No Victory [154]
Ida Maria Fortress Round My Heart [155]
Jim Jones Pray IV Reign [156]
Joel Plaskett Three [157]
John Rich Son of a Preacher Man [158]
Junior Boys Begone Dull Care [159]
Keri Hilson In a Perfect World... [160]
KMFDM Blitz [161]
Krayzie Bone The Fixtape Vol. 2 One Mo Hit [162]
Leela James Let's Do It Again [163]
Mastodon Crack the Skye [164]
Martina McBride Shine [165]
Merzbow Yurikamome: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 3 [166]
MF DOOM Born Like This [167]
Mono Hymn to the Immortal Wind [168]
Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) Hannah Montana: The Movie [169]
MxPx On the Cover II [170]
Papa Roach Metamorphosis [171]
Pet Shop Boys Yes [172]
Peter Doherty Grace/Wastelands [173]
RBD Para Olvidarte de Mí
Slim Thug Boss of All Bosses [174]
Stephen Lynch 3 Balloons [175]
The Takeover UK Running With the Wasters [176]
Utada This Is the One [177]
Vanna A New Hope [178]
Various artists Now! 30
Various artists Now Esto Es Musica! Latino 4 [155]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Power Ballads
Yanni Yanni Voices [179]
March
25
Ayumi Hamasaki Next Level [180]
March
30
Kaki King Mexican Teenagers [181]
The Leisure Society The Sleeper [182]
March
31
The Answer Everyday Demons
Bow Wow New Jack City II [183]
Burn Halo Burn Halo
Death Cab for Cutie The Open Door [184]
Diana Krall Quiet Nights [185]
Filter The Very Best Things (1995–2008) [186]
Flo Rida R.O.O.T.S. [187]
Gavin DeGraw Free [188]
Great Lake Swimmers Lost Channels [189]
k-os Yes! [190]
Keith Urban Defying Gravity [191]
Our Lady Peace Playlist: The Very Best of Our Lady Peace [192]
Peter Bjorn and John Living Thing [193]
Queensrÿche American Soldier [194]
Silverstein A Shipwreck in the Sand [195]
Stevie Nicks The Soundstage Sessions [196]
UGK UGK 4 Life [197]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
1
BWO Big Science Pop Bonnier Music Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson [198]
El Perro del Mar Love Is Not Pop [199]
Kelli Ali Butterfly [200]
April
6
Bat for Lashes Two Suns [201]
Doves Kingdom of Rust [202]
The Veils Sun Gangs [203]
April
7
Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound When Sweet Sleep Returned [204]
Billy Ray Cyrus Back to Tennessee [205]
Black Dice Repo [206]
Blind Melon Deep Cuts [207]
Casiotone for the Painfully Alone Advance Base Battery Life [208]
The Ettes Danger Is [209]
Hurt Goodbye to the Machine [210]
Jadakiss The Last Kiss [211]
Jason Aldean Wide Open [212]
Lady Sovereign Jigsaw [205]
MercyMe 10 [213]
Metric Fantasies [214]
Mims Guilt
Mobb Deep The Safe Is Cracked [215]
Neil Young Fork in the Road [216]
Newsboys The Ultimate Collection [205]
A Perfect Circle Deep Cuts [217]
Rascal Flatts Unstoppable [218]
Sara Watkins Sara Watkins [219]
Single File Common Struggles [220]
The Thermals Now We Can See [221]
The Tragically Hip We Are the Same [222]
April
13
Soap&Skin Lovetune for Vacuum [223]
April
14
The Boy Least Likely To Law of the Playground [224]
Bullets and Octane Bullets and Octane [225]
Day26 Forever in a Day [226]
Den Saakaldte All Hail Pessimism [227]
Fastball Little White Lies [228]
Jill Sobule California Years [229]
The Juan MacLean The Future Will Come [230]
The Last Vegas Whatever Gets You Off [231]
Peelander-Z P-Pop-High School [232]
Prefuse 73 Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian [233]
Silversun Pickups Swoon
Willie Nile House of a Thousand Guitars [234]
Woods Songs of Shame [235]
April
18
Manchester Orchestra Fourteen Years of Excellence [236]
Wilco Wilco Live: Ashes of American Flags [237]
April
20
Art Brut Art Brut vs. Satan [238]
Camera Obscura My Maudlin Career [239]
Chimaira The Infection [240]
Depeche Mode Sounds of the Universe [241]
Earth Crisis To the Death [242]
Fightstar Be Human [243]
Lacuna Coil Shallow Life [244]
April
21
As Cities Burn Hell or High Water [245]
Asher Roth Asleep in the Bread Aisle [246]
Bearfoot Doors and Windows [247][248]
Chester French Love the Future
Endwell Consequences [249]
Isis Wavering Radiant [250]
Jane's Addiction A Cabinet of Curiosities
Jars of Clay The Long Fall Back to Earth [251]
Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything to Nothing [252]
Meg & Dia Here, Here and Here [253]
Merzbow Karasu: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 4 [254]
Rick Ross Deeper Than Rap [255]
Tinted Windows Tinted Windows [256]
April
25
Serebro OpiumRoz [257]
April
27
Buckethead A Real Diamond in the Rough [258]
The Enemy Music For The People [259]
OSI Blood [260]
April
28
The Audition Self-titled Album [261]
Ben Folds Ben Folds Presents: University A Cappella! [262]
Bob Dylan Together Through Life
Don Omar iDon
Halestorm Halestorm
Heaven & Hell The Devil You Know [263]
Immaculate Machine High on Jackson Hill
Japandroids Post-Nothing [264]
Julian Marley Awake [265]
Mike Jones The Voice [266]
Nek Un'altra direzione [267]
NOFX Coaster [268][269]
Patrick Watson Wooden Arms [270]
Pilot Speed Wooden Bones
Tech N9ne Sickology 101 [271]
Thee Oh Sees Help [272]
Tynisha Keli The Chronicles of TK [273]
Wyrd Kalivägi [274]
Young Love One of Us

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
1
Billy Crawford Groove Pop Universal
May
4
Fischerspooner Entertainment [275]
The Maccabees Wall of Arms [276]
Madina Lake Attics to Eden [277]
Peaches I Feel Cream [278]
May
5
Akron/Family Set 'Em Wild, Set 'Em Free [279]
Bif Naked The Promise [280]
The Chariot Wars and Rumors of Wars [281]
Chrisette Michele Epiphany [282]
Ciara Fantasy Ride [283]
Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band Outer South [284]
Cracker Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey
Decyfer Down Crash
The Devil Wears Prada With Roots Above and Branches Below [285]
Gallows Grey Britain [286]
Hatebreed For the Lions [287]
The Horrors Primary Colours [288]
The New Cities Lost in City Lights
New York Dolls Cause I Sez So
Newsboys In the Hands of God [289]
Psychostick Sandwich [290]
Rusted Root Stereo Rodeo [291]
St. Vincent Actor
Yusuf Islam Roadsinger (To Warm You Through the Night) [292]
Zao Awake? [293]
May
8
Epica The Classical Conspiracy [294]
May
11
Bob Sinclar Born in 69 [295]
In Case of Fire Align the Planets [296]
Marmaduke Duke Duke Pandemonium
Merzbow Hiranya [297]
May
12
Aiden Knives [298]
Big Business Mind the Drift [299]
Cam'ron Crime Pays
The Crystal Method Divided by Night
J. R. Richards A Beautiful End [300]
Maxïmo Park Quicken the Heart [301]
Meat Puppets Sewn Together
Paul Wall Fast Life
Utada This Is the One [302]
May
13
Dead by April Dead by April
May
15
Coldplay LeftRightLeftRightLeft [303]
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown [304][305]
May
18
Kate Voegele A Fine Mess [306]
Manic Street Preachers Journal for Plague Lovers [307]
Old Man's Child Slaves of the World
Passion Pit Manners
Sunn O))) Monoliths & Dimensions [308]
May
19
Ashanti The Vault R&B AJM, The Orchard Miguel "Migs" Baeza, Kidd Kold, Nocko, Steven White, Kenny Flav [309]
Busta Rhymes Back on My B.S. [310]
Carbon Leaf Nothing Rhymes with Woman [311]
CKY Carver City [312]
Diane Birch Bible Belt Soul, blues S-Curve Steve Greenberg, Betty Wright, Michael Mangini [313]
DJ Drama Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 2)
Eminem Relapse [314]
Family Force 5 Dance or Die with a Vengeance [315]
IAMX Kingdom of Welcome Addiction
Iron & Wine Around the Well [316]
Kenny Chesney Greatest Hits II [317]
Mat Kearney City of Black & White [318]
Method Man & Redman Blackout! 2 [319]
Settle At Home We Are Tourists [320]
Tori Amos Abnormally Attracted to Sin Alternative rock, baroque pop, electronica, trip hop Universal Republic Tori Amos [321]
Van Morrison Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl: The Concert Film [322]
White Rabbits It's Frightening [323]
May
20
Josh Doyle Values and Virtues [324]
Marilyn Manson The High End of Low
Merzbow Uzura: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 5 [38]
Straylight Run About Time [325]
May
22
Devin Townsend Ki [326]
Esmée Denters Outta Here
May
25
1349 Revelations of the Black Flame
Dark Tranquillity Yesterworlds [327]
Iggy Pop Préliminaires
Mika Songs for Sorrow [328]
May
26
Black Moth Super Rainbow Eating Us [329]
The Crash Kings Crash Kings [330]
Electrik Red How to Be a Lady: Volume 1 [331]
Eros Ramazzotti Ali e radici
Grizzly Bear Veckatimest [332]
Hayden The Place Where We Lived
Joseph Bertolozzi Bridge Music [333]
Mandy Moore Amanda Leigh [334]
Minsk With Echoes in the Movement of Stone
Phoenix Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix [335]
Procol Harum Procol Harum - In Concert With the Danish National Concert Orchestra and Choir
Wisin & Yandel La Revolución [336]
May
27
Amorphis Skyforger
May
29
Alexander Rybak Fairytales
Eskimo Joe Inshalla

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
1
Patrick Wolf The Bachelor Bloody Chamber Music Patrick Wolf [337]
Patrick Wolf The Spinster EP
June
2
311 Uplifter [338]
Dave Matthews Band Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King [339]
Eels Hombre Lobo [340]
Emery ...In Shallow Seas We Sail [341]
Mitchel Musso Mitchel Musso [342]
People in Planes Gung Ho For Info [343]
Rancid Let the Dominoes Fall [344]
The Sounds Crossing the Rubicon [345]
Taking Back Sunday New Again [346]
Wheatus Pop, Songs & Death [347]
June
3
The Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D
Titãs Sacos Plásticos [348]
June
5
Chickenfoot Chickenfoot Hard rock Redline Andy Johns, Chickenfoot [349]
Karnivool Sound Awake [350]
June
8
The Airborne Toxic Event Happiness is Overrated [351]
Dirty Projectors Bitte Orca [352]
Faith No More The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection [353]
Kasabian West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum
Little Boots Hands [354]
Placebo Battle for the Sun [355]
June
9
Anti-Flag The People or the Gun [356]
The Clarks Restless Days [357]
Coalesce OX [358]
Datarock Red [359]
Dredg The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion [360]
Elvis Costello Secret, Profane & Sugarcane
The Friday Night Boys Off the Deep End [361]
Little Boots Illuminations [362]
Miike Snow Miike Snow Indie pop Downtown Miike Snow [363]
Mos Def The Ecstatic [364]
A Skylit Drive Adelphia [365]
Sonic Youth The Eternal Final studio album [366]
There for Tomorrow A Little Faster [367]
Various artists Disney Channel Playlist [368]
June
10
Vamps Vamps
June
11
Ashley Tisdale Guilty Pleasure
Idlewild Post Electric Blues [369]
June
15
A-ha Foot of the Mountain [370]
Aqua Greatest Hits
Bradley Joseph Suites & Sweets [371]
Magnum Into the Valley of the Moonking [372]
Riverside Anno Domini High Definition
June
16
Deaf Pedestrians We're All Gonna Die
Everyday Sunday Best Night of Our Lives
George Harrison Let It Roll: Songs by George Harrison [373]
Hussein Fatal Born Legendary [374]
Incubus Monuments and Melodies [375]
Jonas Brothers Lines, Vines and Trying Times [376]
Major Lazer Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do [377]
Poison the Well The Tropic Rot [378]
Rock Plaza Central ...at the moment of our most needing [379]
Spinal Tap Back from the Dead [380]
Still Life Still Pastel [381]
Street Sweeper Social Club Street Sweeper Social Club [382]
The Wallflowers Collected: 1996–2005 [383]
Yellowcard Deep Cuts [384]
June
19
The Temper Trap Conditions [385]
VNV Nation Of Faith, Power and Glory [386]
June
22
Amazing Baby Rewild [387]
White Denim Fits
June
23
Alexisonfire Old Crows / Young Cardinals
Cheap Trick The Latest [388]
The Cliks Dirty King [389]
Darkest Hour The Eternal Return [390]
The Dear Hunter Act III: Life and Death [391]
Deer Tick Born on Flag Day Alternative country Partisan Ari Schenck [392]
Dinosaur Jr. Farm
Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings [393]
Foreign Born Person to Person [394]
Ginuwine A Man's Thoughts [395]
Gossip Music for Men [396]
Hit the Lights Coast to Coast [397]
Jay Brannan In Living Cover [398]
The Lemonheads Varshons [399]
The Mars Volta Octahedron [400]
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster III
Merzbow Kamo: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 6 [401]
Never Shout Never The Summer EP [402]
Paulina Rubio Gran City Pop [403]
Pete Yorn Back and Fourth [404]
Reverie Sound Revue Reverie Sound Revue [405]
Regina Spektor Far [406]
Spinnerette Spinnerette [407]
Sunset Rubdown Dragonslayer [408]
Tonic A Casual Affair: The Best of Tonic [409]
Tortoise Beacons of Ancestorship [410]
June
26
Sitti Navarro Contagious
June
29
Anaal Nathrakh In the Constellation of the Black Widow [411]
La Roux La Roux [412]
June
30
Ace Hood Ruthless [413]
Brad Paisley American Saturday Night [414]
Jonathan Coulton Best. Concert. Ever. [415]
Killswitch Engage Killswitch Engage
Maino If Tomorrow Comes...
Mark Karan Walk Through the Fire [416]
Moby Wait for Me [417]
Obituary Darkest Day [418]
Rob Thomas Cradlesong [419]
Suicide Silence No Time to Bleed [420]
Wilco Wilco [421]
Various artists Now! 31
Various artists Now That's What I Call the 80s 2

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
3
Suffocation Blood Oath Technical death metal Nuclear Blast Joe Cincotta, Zack Ohren [422]
July
4
Atmosphere Leak at Will Hip hop, alternative hip hop
July
6
Cascada Evacuate the Dancefloor Electropop Zooland Manuel Reuter, Yann Peifer [423]
Florence and the Machine Lungs Art rock Island Paul Epworth, James Ford, Charlie Hugall, Steve Mackey, Eg White [424]
July
7
All Time Low Nothing Personal Emo pop Hopeless Matt Squire, Butch Walker, S*A*M & Sluggo, David Bendeth [425]
Big D and the Kids Table Fluent in Stroll
Billy Boy on Poison Drama Junkie Queen
Born of Osiris A Higher Place
Céu Vagarosa [426]
Clutch Strange Cousins from the West [427]
Dommin Dommin E.P. [428]
The Donnas Greatest Hits Vol. 16 [429]
Forever the Sickest Kids Underdog Alma Mater [430]
Job for a Cowboy Ruination [431]
Marcy Playground Leaving Wonderland...in a fit of rage
Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) Hannah Montana 3 [432]
P.O.D. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of P.O.D.
Poison the Well The Tropic Rot
Shane Tutmarc Shouting at a Silent Sky
Stellastarr Civilized
July
8
lynch. Shadows
July
13
Clark Totems Flare Electronica, experimental, techno Warp Chris Clark [433]
The Rumble Strips Welcome to the Walk Alone Rock Island Mark Ronson [434]
July
14
Adelitas Way Adelitas Way Alternative metal, hard rock, post-grunge Virgin Johnny K, Brian Howes [435]
August Burns Red Constellations Melodic metalcore Solid State Jason Suecof
Billy Talent Billy Talent III [436]
Bizzy Bone Back with the Thugz [437]
Daughtry Leave This Town [438]
The Dead Weather Horehound [439]
DevilDriver Pray for Villains
John Forté StyleFREE
Judas Priest A Touch of Evil: Live Heavy metal Sony, Epic Judas Priest, Tom Allom [440]
Krizz Kaliko Genius [441]
Owl City Ocean Eyes [442]
Project 86 Picket Fence Cartel [443]
pureNRG The Real Thing [444]
Sick Puppies Tri-Polar [445]
July
15
Arkaea Years in the Darkness [446]
July
21
L'Acéphale Malefeasance
Aimee Allen A Little Happiness
Ana Popović Blind for Love [447]
Brooke White High Hopes & Heartbreak
Civil Twilight Civil Twilight
Demi Lovato Here We Go Again [448]
The Fiery Furnaces I'm Going Away
He Is Legend It Hates You
Jordin Sparks Battlefield [449]
Our Lady Peace Burn Burn [450]
Portugal. The Man The Satanic Satanist
Set Your Goals This Will Be the Death of Us [451]
Sugar Ray Music for Cougars [452]
July
27
Imran Khan Unforgettable [453]
Morbid Angel Blessed Are the Sick [454]
July
28
Band of Skulls Baby Darling Doll Face Honey
Fabolous Loso's Way [455]
George Thorogood and the Destroyers The Dirty Dozen [456]
Kristinia DeBarge Exposed [457]
Matt Hires Take Us to the Start [458]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
3
Bap Kennedy Howl On Country rock Lonely Street Discs Bap Kennedy [459]
Enochian Theory Evolution: Creatio Ex Nihilio [460]
The Twang Jewellery Quarter
Wild Beasts Two Dancers [461]
August
4
Aaron Shust Take Over
Amanda Blank I Love You [462]
Anchor & Braille Felt [463]
Circulatory System Signal Morning
Frankmusik Complete Me
Fruit Bats The Ruminant Band [464]
Gloriana Gloriana [465]
Jay Reatard Watch Me Fall [466]
Julian Plenti Julian Plenti is... Skyscraper [467]
Modest Mouse No One's First, and You're Next [468]
Nightmare of You Infomaniac [469]
Phillips, Craig and Dean Fearless
Rebelution Bright Side of Life
Tantric Mind Control
Various artists Wizards of Waverly Place (soundtrack) [470]
August
5
Merzbow Kujakubato: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 7 [471]
August
7
Behemoth Evangelion [472]
August
10
The Stone Roses The Stone Roses (20th Anniversary Legacy & Collectors Editions) [473]
August
11
After Midnight Project Let's Build Something to Break [474]
Britt Nicole The Lost Get Found [475]
Cobra Starship Hot Mess [476]
Dan Mangan Nice, Nice, Very Nice
George Strait Twang [477]
Jessie James Jessie James [478]
Justin Moore Justin Moore
Robert Cray This Time
Slaughterhouse Slaughterhouse [479]
Winds of Plague The Great Stone War
August
12
The Matches the Matches album 4, unreleased; graphics? title? or not needed? [480]
August
14
Short Stack Stack Is the New Black
August
15
Dappled Cities Zounds [481]
August
17
Mew No More Stories Are Told Today, I'm Sorry They Washed Away // No More Stories, The World Is Grey, I'm Tired, Let's Wash Away
The xx xx [482]
August
18
As Tall as Lions You Can't Take It with You Indie rock Triple Crown As Tall As Lions, Noah Shain [483]
Brendan Benson My Old, Familiar Friend Rock ATO Records Dave Sardy, Gil Norton [484]
Broadway Calls Good Views, Bad News Pop punk, punk rock Side One Dummy Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore [485]
David Nail I'm About to Come Alive [486]
GWAR Lust in Space Thrash metal, heavy metal, comedy rock Metal Blade Cory Smoot, Gwar [487]
Madness The Liberty of Norton Folgate [488]
Mutemath Armistice [489]
Otep Smash the Control Machine [490]
Reba McEntire Keep On Loving You [491]
Sean Paul Imperial Blaze [492]
Third Eye Blind Ursa Major [493]
Yung L.A. Futuristic Leland [494]
August
21
Arctic Monkeys Humbug [495]
Kisschasy Seizures
August
24
Athlete Black Swan [496]
Calvin Harris Ready for the Weekend
David Guetta One Love
Imogen Heap Ellipse [497]
August
25
Blitzen Trapper Black River Killer [498]
Cinema Bizarre BANG! [499]
Colbie Caillat Breakthrough
Collective Soul Collective Soul (Rabbit) [500]
The Elms The Great American Midrange [501]
fun. Aim and Ignite
Harry Connick Jr. Your Songs [502]
Ingrid Michaelson Everybody [503]
Jack Ingram Big Dreams & High Hopes [504]
Jet Shaka Rock [505]
Lady Gaga Hitmixes
Leeland Love Is on the Move
LeToya Lady Love [506]
Matisyahu Light [507][508]
Matt Redman We Shall Not Be Shaken
Merzbow Kokuchou: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 8 [509]
Needtobreathe The Outsiders [510]
Oh, Sleeper Son of the Morning
Sidewalk Prophets These Simple Truths
Skillet Awake
Smile Empty Soul Consciousness [511]
Still Life Still Girls Come Too
Various artists Now That's What I Call Country Volume 2 [512]
Young Galaxy Invisible Republic [513]
August
28
After the Fall [In] Exile [514]
Guilt Machine On This Perfect Day [515]
Miley Cyrus The Time of Our Lives [516]
Whitney Houston I Look to You [517]
August
31
3 Inches of Blood Here Waits Thy Doom [518]
The Black Crowes Before the Frost...Until the Freeze [519]
Chevelle Sci-Fi Crimes
Chris Young The Man I Want to Be [520]
Noah and the Whale The First Days of Spring
The Used Artwork
The Wildhearts ¡Chutzpah!

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
1
Derek Webb Stockholm Syndrome
Insane Clown Posse Bang! Pow! Boom! [521]
Jason Gray Everything Sad Is Coming Untrue Contemporary Christian music Centricity Jason Ingram, Rusty Varencamp
Juliette Lewis Terra Incognita [522]
Lyapis Trubetskoy Kultprosvet
Pitbull Pitbull Starring in Rebelution [523]
Social Code Rock 'N' Roll [524]
They Might Be Giants Here Comes Science
September
3
Dmitry Koldun Koldun [525]
September
5
The Black Sorrows 4 Days in Sing Sing [526]
September
7
Andrew W.K. 55 Cadillac [527]
The Cribs Ignore the Ignorant [528]
Frank Turner Poetry of the Deed
Raised Fist Veil of Ignorance [529]
September
8
BarlowGirl Love & War
Boys Like Girls Love Drunk [530]
Brooks & Dunn #1s... and Then Some [531]
Cuff the Duke Way Down Here [532]
A Fine Frenzy Bomb in a Birdcage
Howie Day Sound the Alarm [533]
Infected Mushroom Legend of the Black Shawarma Psychedelic trance, trip hop, industrial, psychedelic rock Perfecto, Hom-Mega Productions, Alternative Distribution Alliance Amit Duvdevani, Erez Eisen [534]
Jamie T Kings & Queens
Jay-Z The Blueprint 3 Hip hop Roc Nation, Atlantic Shawn Carter, Kanye West, No I.D., Shux, Janet Sewell-Ulepic, Angela Hunte, The Inkredibles, Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, Jerome Harmon, Jeff Bhasker, The Neptunes [516]
The Lovemakers Let's Be Friends Talking House Productions [535]
Os Mutantes Haih Or Amortecedor [536]
Phish Joy [537]
Polvo In Prism [538]
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt. II [539]
Saosin In Search of Solid Ground [540]
Sondre Lerche Heartbeat Radio Pop, rock Rounder Kato Ådland [541]
Thousand Foot Krutch Welcome to the Masquerade [542]
Yo La Tengo Popular Songs
September
9
Europe Last Look at Eden
Slipknot Slipknot (10th Anniversary Edition) [543]
September
11
Grinspoon Six to Midnight [544]
No Angels Welcome to the Dance [545]
September
14
The Big Pink A Brief History of Love [546]
David Gray Draw the Line [547]
Pixie Lott Turn It Up
September
15
Ace Frehley Anomaly [548]
The Black Dahlia Murder Deflorate [549]
Craig Owens With Love [550]
The Dodos Time to Die [551]
Dying Fetus Descend into Depravity [552]
Every Time I Die New Junk Aesthetic
Family Force 5 Keep the Party Alive EP
Honor Society Fashionably Late [553]
Kid Cudi Man on the Moon: The End of Day [554]
Kittie In the Black [555]
Living Colour The Chair in the Doorway [556]
Marié Digby Breathing Underwater
Megadeth Endgame [557]
M.O.P. Foundation
Moneen The World I Want to Leave Behind [558][559]
Muse The Resistance [560]
Nelly Furtado Mi Plan
New Boyz Skinny Jeanz and a Mic
Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson Break Up
Shadows Fall Retribution
Stars of Track and Field A Time for Lions [561]
Thrice Beggars [562]
Uncle Kracker Happy Hour [563]
September
18
Sonata Arctica The Days of Grays [564]
September
20
Pearl Jam Backspacer [565]
September
21
Alberta Cross Broken Side of Time [566]
Asteroids Galaxy Tour Fruit
Basement Jaxx Scars
Dizzee Rascal Tongue n' Cheek
Marduk Wormwood
Mika The Boy Who Knew Too Much [567]
Newton Faulkner Rebuilt by Humans [568]
Porcupine Tree The Incident [569]
September
22
The Academy Is... Lost in Pacific Time: The AP/EP
Brand New Daisy Alternative rock, post-hardcore, emo, noise rock Interscope, DGC Mike Sapone, Brand New [570]
Brother Ali Us Hip hop Rhymesayers Entertainment Ant [571]
David Crowder Band Church Music Christian rock, worship sixsteps David Crowder Band [572]
Five Finger Death Punch War Is the Answer Groove metal, alternative metal Prospect Park, Spinefarm Kevin Churko [573]
Girls Album [574]
Hawk Nelson Live Life Loud [575]
The Hidden Cameras Origin:Orphan [576]
Islands Vapours
Lights The Listening
Luis Miguel No Culpes a La Noche Latin pop Warner Music
Mae Morning [577]
Merzbow Hiyodori: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 9 [578]
Monsters of Folk Monsters of Folk Alternative rock, indie folk Shangri-La Music, Rough Trade Mike Mogis [579]
One Eskimo One Eskimo Indie rock, folk rock, electronica, ambient Shangri-La Music Rollo Armstrong [580]
Pillar Confessions Post-grunge, heavy metal, hard rock, Christian metal Essential Rob Graves [581]
Rufus Wainwright Milwaukee at Last!!! [582]
Sea Wolf White Water, White Bloom [583]
Sean Kingston Tomorrow
She Wants Revenge Up and Down
Skindred Shark Bites and Dog Fights [584]
Spiral Beach The Only Really Thing [585]
The Sunstreak Once Upon a Lie [586]
Three Days Grace Life Starts Now [587]
The Twilight Sad Forget the Night Ahead
Various artists Now That's What I Call Club Hits [588]
Various artists Phineas and Ferb [589]
Vertical Horizon Burning the Days [590]
Why? Eskimo Snow
September
23
Children of Bodom Skeletons in the Closet [591]
September
25
Paradise Lost Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us
September
28
Arch Enemy The Root of All Evil [592]
The Cinematics Love and Terror [593]
Madonna Celebration [594]
Paloma Faith Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?
September
29
AFI Crash Love [595]
Alice in Chains Black Gives Way to Blue [596]
Barbra Streisand Love Is the Answer [597]
Bob Schneider Lovely Creatures
Breaking Benjamin Dear Agony
Cherry Poppin' Daddies Skaboy JFK
Cherry Poppin' Daddies Susquehanna
Default Comes and Goes [598]
Dethklok Dethalbum II Melodic death metal Williams Street Brendon Small, Ulrich Wild [599]
Drummer Feel Good Together Indie rock Audio Eagle Records Ben Vehorn, Drummer [600]
The Ettes Do You Want Power Garage rock Take Root Records Greg Cartwright [601]
Foreigner Can't Slow Down
illScarlett 1UP!
Kill Hannah Wake Up the Sleepers
Kris Kristofferson Closer to the Bone [602]
Lynyrd Skynyrd God & Guns [603]
Mariah Carey Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel
Miranda Lambert Revolution [604]
Paramore Brand New Eyes [605]
Push Play Found
Selena Gomez & the Scene Kiss & Tell [606]
Strung Out Agents of the Underground [607]
Various artists More Than a Game [608]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
2
Scar Symmetry Dark Matter Dimensions Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast Jonas Kjellgren [609]
Scooter Under the Radar Over the Top [610]
Tokio Hotel Humanoid [611]
October
5
Basshunter Bass Generation [612]
Shakira She Wolf [613]
October
6
Air Love 2 [614]
Backstreet Boys This Is Us [615]
Blake Lewis Heartbreak on Vinyl [616]
Brandi Carlile Give Up the Ghost [617]
Built to Spill There Is No Enemy [618]
Bullets and Octane Laughing In the Face of Failure [619]
Chris Tomlin Glory in the Highest: Christmas Songs of Worship Holiday, CCM sixsteps Ed Cash [620]
Chrispa Mehri Edo [621]
downhere How Many Kings: Songs for Christmas
Everclear In a Different Light [622]
The Fall of Troy In the Unlikely Event [623]
Family Force 5 Family Force 5's Christmas Pageant
Fat Joe Jealous Ones Still Envy 2 [624]
Fee Hope Rising
Hockey Mind Chaos [625]
Horse the Band Desperate Living [626]
KISS Sonic Boom
Luke Bryan Doin' My Thing [627]
Matthew Good Vancouver [628]
Mayday Parade Anywhere But Here [629]
Metro Station Kelsey [630]
The Mountain Goats The Life Of The World To Come
Port O'Brien Threadbare [631]
Powerman 5000 Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere [632]
The Raveonettes In and Out of Control Indie rock, shoegaze, noise pop, post-punk revival Fierce Panda, Vice Sune Rose Wagner, Thomas Troelsen [633]
Relient K Forget and Not Slow Down Alternative rock, rock Mono vs Stereo, Jive Mark Lee Townsend, Matt Thiessen [634]
Steel Panther Feel the Steel Glam metal, heavy metal, comedy rock Universal Jay Ruston [635]
Tiësto Kaleidoscope Progressive trance, electro house Musical Freedom Tijs Verwest, D.J. Waakop Reijers-Fraaij, Stefan Engblom, Olle Cornéer, Danja, Frank E [636]
Todd Agnew Need
The Trews Acoustic – Friends & Total Strangers
Various artists WOW Hits 2010
Various artists Now That's What I Call a Country Christmas
Vedera Stages [637]
October
9
Michael Bublé Crazy Love [516]
The Verve Pipe A Family Album [638]
Yeng Constantino Lapit
October
12
Callalily Callalily
Editors In This Light and on This Evening [639]
Mario D.N.A
Ram-Zet Neutralized
Tord Gustavsen Emsemble Restored, Returned ECM [640]
October
13
1997 Notes from Underground Alternative, pop rock Victory 1997 [641]
Baroness Blue Record Sludge metal, progressive metal Relapse John Congleton [642]
Bowling for Soup Sorry for Partyin' Pop punk Jive, RCA, Zomba Linus of Hollywood, Jaret Reddick [643]
David Archuleta Christmas From The Heart Christmas, pop Jive Kurt Bestor, Sam Cardon, Jeff Archuleta, Emanuel Kiriakou, John Lee Hancock, Richard Parkinson [644]
Dead by Sunrise Out of Ashes Alternative rock, hard rock, post-grunge, electronic rock, alternative metal Warner Bros. Howard Benson [645]
Eisley Fire Kite Indie pop Sire Austin Deptula, Gary Leach [646]
Five for Fighting Slice Soft rock Aware, Wind-up Five for Fighting, Gregg Wattenberg [647]
The Flaming Lips Embryonic Neo-psychedelia, psychedelic rock, space rock, experimental rock, noise rock Warner Bros. The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker [648]
Kottonmouth Kings Hidden Stash 420 Hip hop, rap rock, rapcore, alternative metal Suburban Noize Daddy X, Kevin Zinger [649]
Nellie McKay Normal as Blueberry Pie – A Tribute to Doris Day Pop Verve Nellie McKay, Robin Pappas [650]
Sherwood QU Rock MySpace Brad Wood [651]
Sugarland Gold and Green Christmas, country Mercury Nashville Byron Gallimore, Sugarland [652]
October
14
P!nk Funhouse Tour: Live in Australia
Quietdrive Close Your Eyes
Waltari Below Zero [653]
October
15
Death Cube K Torn from Black Space [654]
Molly Lewis I Made You a CD, But I Eated It [655]
October
16
Rammstein Liebe ist für alle da
October
20
Against All Will A Rhyme & Reason [656]
Cartel Cycles [657]
Converge Axe to Fall [658]
Flight of the Conchords I Told You I Was Freaky [659]
Kings of Convenience Declaration of Dependence [660]
Kutless It Is Well
Priestess Prior to the Fire [661]
Royce da 5'9" Street Hop Midwest hip hop M.I.C. Records DJ Premier, Emile, Denaun Porter, Nottz, Carlos Broady, Streetrunner, Frequency, Quincey Tones, Raf Moses [662]
White Denim Fits [663]
October
21
Aaron Shust Christmas EP Christmas digital EP
Gorgoroth Quantos Possunt ad Satanitatem Trahunt [664]
Hot Chelle Rae Lovesick Electric [665]
Morrissey Swords
October
23
Space Cowboy Digital Rock Star
October
26
Cheryl Cole 3 Words
Michael Jackson This Is It
October
27
3 Revisions [666]
Atreyu Congregation of the Damned [667]
Between the Buried and Me The Great Misdirect
Bryan Scary Mad Valentines
Creed Full Circle [668]
Emily Osment All the Right Wrongs
Hem Twelfth Night [669]
John Nolan Height [670]
Merzbow Niwatori: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 10 [671]
Morningwood Diamonds & Studs [672]
Pelican What We All Come to Need [673]
R.E.M. Live at the Olympia [674]
The Rocket Summer You Gotta Believe [675]
The Swell Season Strict Joy
Swollen Members Armed to The Teeth [676]
Tech N9ne K.O.D. [677]
Train Save Me, San Francisco [678]
Tegan and Sara Sainthood [679]
We Shot the Moon A Silver Lining [680]
Wolfmother Cosmic Egg [681]
"Weird Al" Yankovic The Essential "Weird Al" Yankovic [682]
October
29
Squirrel Nut Zippers Lost at Sea

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
2
Delirious? History Makers [683]
I Am Kloot B [684]
Julian Casablancas Phrazes for the Young [685]
Katatonia Night Is the New Day
Various artists The Inbetweeners Soundtrack
November
3
The Almost Monster Monster
Amerie In Love & War [686]
Andrea Bocelli My Christmas [687][688]
Carrie Underwood Play On [689]
Every Avenue Picture Perfect
Foo Fighters Greatest Hits [690]
Jack's Mannequin The Dear Jack EP [691]
John K. Samson City Route 85 [692]
Ryan Leslie Transition [693]
Say Anything Say Anything [694]
Shwayze Let It Beat [695]
Slayer World Painted Blood
Steven Curtis Chapman Beauty Will Rise
Various artists Now! 32
Various artists Now That's What I Call Dance Classics [696]
Weezer Raditude [697]
November
9
50 Cent Before I Self Destruct [698]
Biffy Clyro Only Revolutions [699]
Howard Jones Ordinary Heroes [700]
Robbie Williams Reality Killed the Video Star [701]
Snow Patrol Up to Now [702]
November
10
Bon Jovi The Circle [703]
Britney Spears The Singles Collection [704]
Crooked I Mr. Pigface Weapon Waist [705]
Dashboard Confessional Alter The Ending [706]
Ella Fitzgerald Twelve Nights in Hollywood [707]
Flyleaf Memento Mori [708]
Hollywood Undead Desperate Measures [709]
Jamie Cullum The Pursuit [710]
Merzbow Shirasagi: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 11 [711]
Puscifer "C" is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference HERE) [712]
Switchfoot Hello Hurricane [713]
Tori Amos Midwinter Graces
Wale Attention Deficit [714]
Wyclef Jean From the Hut, to the Projects, to the Mansion [715]
November
13
Powderfinger Golden Rule [716]
November
16
N-Dubz Against All Odds [717]
Pain of Salvation Linoleum
Stereophonics Keep Calm and Carry On [718]
November
17
Casting Crowns Until the Whole World Hears Christian rock, adult contemporary, contemporary Christian music Beach Street Mark A. Miller [719]
The Devin Townsend Project Addicted Progressive metal, industrial metal, alternative metal, hard rock HevyDevy, Inside Out Music Devin Townsend [720]
Fall Out Boy Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits Pop punk, pop rock, emo pop, emo Island [721]
Hedley The Show Must Go Alternative rock, pop rock Universal Music Canada, Island David Bendeth, John Feldmann, Dave Genn, Brian Howes [722]
Janet Jackson Number Ones Pop, R&B A&M, Universal Music Enterprises Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, René Elizondo Jr., Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, D'Mile, LRoc, Michael Jackson [723]
John Mayer Battle Studies Pop rock Columbia John Mayer, Steve Jordan , Robert John "Mutt" Lange [724]
Justin Bieber My World Pop, teen pop, R&B, dance-pop Island, Teen Island, RBMG, School Boy Usher, Scooter Braun, L.A. Reid, Tricky Stewart, Ezekiel Lewis, Kanye West, Balewa Muhammad, D'Mile, Midi Mafia, Dapo Torimiro, DJ Frank E, JB & Corron, Lashaunda "Babygirl" Carr [725]
Katy Perry MTV Unplugged Acoustic, lounge music Capitol Chris Garcia [726]
Kid Sister Ultraviolet Hip hop, electro, R&B Fool's Gold, Downtown, Universal Republic A-Trak, XXXChange, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Yuksek, Hervé, Sinden, Rusko, Brain Kennedy, DJ Gant-Man [727]
Kris Allen Kris Allen Pop rock, alternative rock Jive, 19 Andrew Frampton, Steve Kipner, Greg Kurstin, Mike Elizondo, Toby Gad, Eg White, Mike Flynn, Warren Huart, Tobias Karlsson, Joe King, Salaam Remi [728]
Leona Lewis Echo R&B, pop, alternative rock Syco, J Simon Cowell, Clive Davis, Jeff Bhasker, Arnþór Birgisson, Julian Bunetta, Mike Elizondo, Andrew Frampton, Kristian Lundin, Uriel Kadouch, Max Martin, Harvey Mason Jr., Steve Robson, Kevin Rudolf, John Shanks, Shellback, Ryan Tedder, The Y's, Rob Knox [729]
Norah Jones The Fall Pop, indie folk, country blues, jazz Blue Note Jacquire King [730]
OneRepublic Waking Up Pop rock Mosley, Interscope Mikal Blue, Brent Kutzle, Charles Pollard, Andy Prickett, Ryan Tedder, Noel Zanacanella [731]
Phil Wickham Heaven & Earth Contemporary Christian music, contemporary worship music INO Peter Kipley [732]
Rakim The Seventh Seal Hip hop Ra Records, TVM, SMC Recordings, Universal, Fontana Rakim, Matthew Kemp, Slyce, Needlz, Y-Not, Nottz, Samuel Christian, J. Wells, Jake One, Nick Wiz, Neo Da Matrix, Lofey, Poppa Pill [733]
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures Hard rock RCA, DGC, Interscope Them Crooked Vultures [734]
November
18
B'z Magic [735]
Dark Funeral Angelus Exuro pro Eternus
Lady Gaga The Fame Monster
November
23
Adam Lambert For Your Entertainment
Birdman Pricele$$ [736]
Brigadier Ambrose Fuzzo
Dannii Minogue The 1995 Sessions [737]
Enya The Very Best of Enya
Jay Sean All or Nothing [738]
Rihanna Rated R [739]
Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream [740]
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers The Live Anthology [741]
November
24
Bob Seger Early Seger Vol. 1 Rock Hideout [742]
Seabird The Silent Night EP
Tom Waits Glitter and Doom Live [743]
November
27
Westlife Where We Are
November
29
Wiz Khalifa Deal or No Deal

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
1
Allison Iraheta Just Like You Pop rock, teen pop 19, Jive Max Martin, Shellback, Howard Benson, Toby Gad, Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello, Dave Bassett, Dreamlab, Ron Aniello, Oak Felder, Uncle Josh, Sterling Simms, Kevin Rudolf, Greg Wells, Mitch Allan, David Hodges [744]
The Bravery Stir the Blood Post-punk revival Island John Hill, Sam Endicott [745]
Daniel Romano, Frederick Squire and Julie Doiron Daniel, Fred & Julie Country, folk You've Changed [746]
jacksoul SOULmate R&B, soul Sony Music Canada Haydain Neale, Ron Lopata [747]
Juvenile Cocky & Confident Hip hop Atlantic, UTP Records, eOne Juvenile, Get Cool, Precise, Niyo, C. Smith, S-8ighty, Mouse, Raw Smoov, Tic Toc, Fatboi, Lu Balz [748]
MxPx Punk Rawk Christmas Christian punk, skate punk, Christmas music Rock City Recording Company [749]
R. Kelly Untitled R&B Jive R. Kelly, Lil' Ronnie, Jazze Pha, Infinity, DJ Camper, Sassieon Hill, Rico Law, Los da Mystro, Royalty, Riffraph, Soulshock & Karlin, Willy Will, Jack Splash, Gaz, The Underdogs, Deep, Berris Bolton, DeWayne Swan, T-Town Productions [750]
Thalía Primera Fila Acoustic music, Latin pop Sony Music Latin Áureo Baqueiro, Tommy Mottola [751]
December
8
B.G. Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood [752]
By Divine Right Mutant Message [753]
Chris Brown Graffiti [754]
Gucci Mane The State vs. Radric Davis [755]
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Pin Points and Gin Joints [756]
Puddle of Mudd Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate [757]
The Smashing Pumpkins Teargarden by Kaleidyscope
Snoop Dogg Malice n Wonderland
Thirty Seconds to Mars This Is War [758]
Timbaland Shock Value II [759]
We the Kings Smile Kid [760][761]
December
14
Kylie Minogue Live in New York [762]
December
15
Alicia Keys The Element of Freedom [763]
Big Big Train The Underfall Yard [764]
Obie Trice Special Reserve [765]
Robin Thicke Sex Therapy: The Session
Seabird Rocks into Rivers
t.A.T.u. Waste Management
December
21
Hurricane Chris Unleashed [766]
Various artists We Are Young Money Young Money Entertainment [767]
December
22
Eminem Relapse: Refill [768]
John Reuben Sex, Drugs and Self-Control
Mary J. Blige STRONGER withEach Tear [769]
Mudvayne Mudvayne [770]
December
28
Codeine Velvet Club Codeine Velvet Club Debut album [771]
December
29
Twenty One Pilots Twenty One Pilots [772]

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