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The following is a list of albums that were released during 2011.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
7
Jenn Grant Honeymoon Punch Pop Six Shooter [1][2]
January
10
British Sea Power Valhalla Dancehall Alternative rock Rough Trade BSP & Graham Sutton [3]
Emma's Imagination Stand Still [4]
Wire Red Barked Tree Post-punk, experimental rock [5]
January
11
Cage the Elephant Thank You, Happy Birthday Alternative rock, punk blues, indie rock, noise rock [6]
Cake Showroom of Compassion Alternative rock [7][8]
Edie Brickell Edie Brickell Folk rock RacecarLOTTA Records [9]
Lecrae Rehab: The Overdose Christian hip hop [10]
Steel Magnolia Steel Magnolia Country [11]
Tapes 'n Tapes Outside Indie rock [12]
January
12
Stratovarius Elysium Power metal, progressive metal, neoclassical metal [13]
January
15
Bounding Main Kraken Up [14]
January
17
Covenant Modern Ruin Synth-pop, futurepop, industrial [15]
Pearl Jam Live on Ten Legs Alternative rock, grunge, hard rock Monkeywrench [16]
White Lies Ritual Indie rock, post-punk revival [17]
January
18
The Aquabats Hi-Five Soup! Rock, new wave, synth-pop [18]
Cowboy Junkies Demons Alternative country Latent, Zoë Michael Timmins [19]
The Decemberists The King Is Dead Indie folk, indie rock, folk rock, Americana Capitol, Rough Trade [20]
Decoder Decoder Post-hardcore, post-rock [21]
Eulogies Tear the Fences Down [22]
Social Distortion Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes Punk rock, cowpunk, punk blues, rockabilly [23]
Times of Grace The Hymn of a Broken Man Metalcore, heavy metal, post-rock [24]
January
19
Do As Infinity Eight J-pop Avex Trax Seiji Kameda [25]
January
21
Amanda Palmer Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under Alternative rock, dark cabaret [26]
John Waite Rough & Tumble Frontiers
Mr. Big What If... Hard rock WHD Entertainment, Victor, Frontiers [27]
January
24
Adele 21 Soul, pop, R&B XL, Columbia [28]
Architects The Here and Now Metalcore, post-hardcore, melodic hardcore
Sirenia The Enigma of Life Symphonic metal, gothic metal [29]
January
25
Amos Lee Mission Bell Folk, neo soul [30]
Cold War Kids Mine Is Yours Indie rock [31]
Deerhoof Deerhoof vs. Evil Indie rock, experimental rock [32]
Destroyer Kaputt Soft rock, smooth jazz, pop, electropop [33]
The Gaddabouts The Gaddabouts Folk rock RacecarLOTTA Records [34][35]
Gang of Four Content Alternative rock, post-punk [36]
The Get Up Kids There Are Rules Emo, indie rock, new wave, post-punk [37]
Iron & Wine Kiss Each Other Clean Indie folk, indie pop, blues, dream pop Warner Bros., 4AD [38]
Joe Nichols Greatest Hits Country [39]
Roger Miret and The Disasters Gotta Get Up Now [40]
Talib Kweli Gutter Rainbows Alternative hip hop [41]
Ulcerate The Destroyers of All Death metal [42]
January
31
Chase & Status No More Idols Drum and bass, breakbeat, dubstep, grime, big beat Vertigo, Mercury, RAM [43]
Hercules and Love Affair Blue Songs Nu-disco, house [44]
The Music The Music – Singles and EPs 2001–2005 Rock [45]
Seefeel Seefeel Warp

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
1
Abysmal Dawn Leveling the Plane of Existence Death metal [46]
Christine Fellows Femmes de chez nous Indie pop [47]
The Civil Wars Barton Hollow Folk rock, alternative country, indie folk sensibility [48]
The Go! Team Rolling Blackouts Indie pop, alternative dance, alternative hip hop [49]
Lazarus A.D. Black Rivers Flow Thrash metal Metal Blade Chris Djuricic, James Murphy [50]
Matisyahu Live at Stubb's, Vol. 2 Reggae [51]
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes Go Down Under Punk rock [52]
Red Until We Have Faces Christian rock, alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock, alternative metal [53]
Ricky Martin Música + Alma + Sexo Pop, pop rock, reggae, dance, Latin pop [54]
February
7
The Boxer Rebellion The Cold Still Indie rock [55]
February
8
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Tao of the Dead Alternative rock, post-hardcore, progressive rock [56]
Anna Waronker California Fade [57]
Battlelore Doombound Symphonic metal, gothic metal [58]
Crowbar Sever the Wicked Hand Sludge metal [59]
Cut Copy Zonoscope Synth-pop, indie electronic, dance-rock [60]
Hawk Nelson Crazy Love Christian rock, pop punk, punk rock [61]
Nicole Atkins Mondo Amore Indie rock [62]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 37 Pop [63]
Yanni Truth of Touch Crossover, easy listening, new age [64]
February
11
Roxette Charm School Jangle pop, power pop EMI [65]
February
13
You Me at Six Rescue Me [66]
February
14
Justin Bieber Never Say Never: The Remixes Island, Teen Island, RBMG, Schoolboy [67]
PJ Harvey Let England Shake Folk rock [68]
You Love Her Coz She's Dead You Love Her Coz She's Dead [69]
February
15
Bright Eyes The People's Key Indie rock, indie pop [70]
The Dears Degeneration Street Indie rock [71]
Deicide To Hell with God Death metal [72][73]
Emmure Speaker of the Dead Metalcore, nu metal [74]
Five O'Clock Heroes Different Times [75]
Mogwai Hardcore Will Never Die, but You Will Post-rock [76]
Rev Theory Justice Hard rock, heavy metal [77]
Runner Runner Runner Runner Pop rock, power pop [78]
Sarah Darling Angels & Devils Country [79]
A Skylit Drive Identity on Fire Post-hardcore, screamo, metalcore
February
18
Radiohead The King of Limbs Experimental rock, electronic [80]
February
21
Phatfish Anthems for Worship CCM, worship, Christian rock [81]
Stateless Matilda Electronica, alternative rock, trip hop [82]
Thirteen Senses Crystal Sounds Alternative rock [83]
Yuck Yuck Indie rock, noise rock, shoegazing [84]
February
22
The Aggrolites Rugged Road Reggae [85]
Bayside Killing Time Punk rock, melodic hardcore, alternative rock
DevilDriver Beast Groove metal, melodic death metal [86]
I See Stars The End of the World Party Pop punk, post-hardcore, pop rock, electronicore
Patrick Stump Truant Wave R&B, synth-pop, alternative rock, pop rock [87]
February
25
In Extremo Sterneneisen [88]
February
28
Alexis Jordan Alexis Jordan Dance-pop, pop, R&B [89]
Beady Eye Different Gear, Still Speeding Rock [90][91]
Clare Maguire Light After Dark Pop, electropop, soul Polydor [92]
Jessie J Who You Are Pop, hip hop, R&B Lava, Island, Universal Republic [93]
Lykke Li Wounded Rhymes Indie pop, electropop Atlantic [94]
Schandmaul Traumtänzer Medieval folk rock, folk rock, folk metal [95]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
1
Dropkick Murphys Going Out in Style Celtic punk, folk punk Born & Bred [96]
Eisley The Valley Indie pop Equal Vision [97]
Go Radio Lucky Street Pop rock, pop punk [98]
Melanie Doane The Emerald City Pop, pop rock, folk rock [99]
The Rural Alberta Advantage Departing Indie rock Saddle Creek Roger Leavens [100]
Vendetta Puro Infierno Ska, punk rock SONDE3 Producciones [101]
March
7
Blancmange Blanc Burn New wave, synth-pop [102]
Elbow Build a Rocket Boys! Alternative rock, indie rock [103]
Erland and the Carnival Nightingale Experimental folk [104]
Noah and the Whale Last Night on Earth Indie pop [105]
R.E.M. Collapse into Now Alternative rock Warner Bros. [106]
March
8
Avril Lavigne Goodbye Lullaby Pop rock RCA [107]
Children of Bodom Relentless Reckless Forever Melodic death metal, thrash metal [108]
The Color Morale My Devil in Your Eyes Metalcore, post-hardcore
Dance Gavin Dance Downtown Battle Mountain II Post-hardcore, experimental rock, math rock [109]
Lupe Fiasco Lasers Hip hop, pop rap [110]
Raekwon Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang hip hop [111]
Starfucker Reptilians Indie rock, electronic, synth-pop [112]
March
11
Sylosis Edge of the Earth Thrash metal, progressive metal [113]
March
14
Funeral for a Friend Welcome Home Armageddon Post-hardcore, melodic hardcore [114]
Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing Electronic, classical [115]
The Vaccines What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? Indie rock, garage rock, post-punk revival, surf punk [116]
March
15
AWOLNATION Megalithic Symphony Indie rock, industrial rock, alternative rock Red Bull [117]
Cavalera Conspiracy Blunt Force Trauma Groove metal, thrash metal, death metal [118]
The Dodos No Color Indie folk, alternative [119]
Rise Against Endgame Punk rock, melodic hardcore [120]
Travis Barker Give the Drummer Some Rap rock [121]
March
17
Underworld Frankenstein: Music from the Play [122]
March
18
Kesha I Am the Dance Commander + I Command You to Dance: The Remix Album Dance-pop, electronic [123]
Nicole Scherzinger Killer Love Pop, dance-pop, R&B [124]
March
21
Green Day Awesome as Fuck Punk rock, alternative rock [125]
The Human League Credo Synth-pop Wall of Sound [126]
Kassidy Hope St. Alternative rock [127]
Roddy Woomble The Impossible Song & Other Songs Folk [128]
March
22
Agnostic Front My Life My Way Hardcore punk, crossover thrash [129]
Chris Brown F.A.M.E. R&B, pop, hip hop, dance [130]
Duran Duran All You Need Is Now New wave, pop rock S-Curve [131]
Emery We Do What We Want Post-hardcore, Christian rock, hard rock [132]
Jennifer Hudson I Remember Me R&B, soul Arista, J [133]
The Lonely Forest Arrows Alternative rock, indie rock, emo [134]
Panic! at the Disco Vices & Virtues Alternative rock, pop rock, emo pop, baroque pop, electropunk Decaydance, Fueled by Ramen [135]
Protest the Hero Scurrilous Progressive metal [136]
Saliva Under Your Skin Nu metal, alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock [137]
Soundgarden Live on I-5 Alternative metal, grunge, alternative rock, heavy metal A&M [138]
The Strokes Angles Rock [139]
Tommy Shaw The Great Divide Bluegrass
Yellowcard When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes Pop punk, alternative rock [140]
March
25
Gevolt AlefBase Folk, industrial [141]
March
28
Blackfield Welcome to My DNA Art rock [142]
March
29
Britney Spears Femme Fatale Dance-pop, electropop Jive [143]
Snoop Dogg Doggumentary West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap [144]
The Sounds Something to Die For New wave, post-punk revival, indie rock [145]
Sum 41 Screaming Bloody Murder Melodic hardcore, alternative metal, punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock [146]
Whitesnake Forevermore Hard rock, blues rock Frontiers, WEA [147]
Within Temptation The Unforgiving Symphonic metal, heavy metal Dragnet, Sony Music, Roadrunner [148]
Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers Hip hop [149]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
1
Natalia Kills Perfectionist Dance-pop, synth-pop, dark pop
April
4
The Blackout Hope Post-hardcore, alternative metal [150]
The Pigeon Detectives Up, Guards and at 'Em! Indie rock [151]
Raphael Saadiq Stone Rollin' Rhythm and blues, rock, soul, blues, funk [152]
April
5
Asking Alexandria Reckless & Relentless Metalcore Sumerian Joey Sturgis [153]
Hollywood Undead American Tragedy Rap rock, alternative rock, rapcore A&M Octone [154]
Jim Jones Capo Hip hop
April
11
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 78 Pop [155]
April
12
Alison Krauss Paper Airplane Bluegrass Rounder [156]
Between the Buried and Me The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues Progressive metal, technical death metal [157]
The Feelies Here Before Post-punk, jangle pop, college rock [158]
Foo Fighters Wasting Light Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock [159]
Maná Drama y Luz Latin rock, pop rock [160]
Panda Bear Tomboy Bedroom pop, psychedelia, electronic [161]
Paul Simon So Beautiful or So What Folk rock Hear [162]
TV on the Radio Nine Types of Light Art rock, indie rock, funk [163]
Uriah Heep Into the Wild Frontiers [164]
Vivian Girls Share the Joy Indie rock, noise pop, lo-fi, dream pop [165]
April
13
Mýa K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple) R&B, J-pop, dance-pop, hip hop, electronica
April
14
Bachelor Girl Loved & Lost: The Best of Bachelor Girl Pop, rock
April
15
Marius Neset Golden Xplosion Free jazz Edition Records [166]
April
18
Explosions in the Sky Take Care, Take Care, Take Care Post-rock [167]
Gorillaz The Fall Electronic Parlophone, Virgin [168]
Hugh Laurie Let Them Talk Blues Warner Bros. [169]
The King Blues Punk & Poetry Ska punk, alternative rock, ska, punk rock [170]
April
19
Loaded The Taking Hard rock, punk rock [171]
Tune-Yards Whokill Experimental pop, noise pop
April
20
f(x) Pinocchio Kpop, dance-pop, electronica [172]
April
22
Leaves' Eyes Meredead Symphonic metal, folk metal
The Wombats This Modern Glitch Indie pop, alternative dance, new wave, post-punk [173]
April
25
Skindred Union Black Alternative metal, ragga, electronic rock, nu metal [174]
Ulver Wars of the Roses Art rock, dark rock, dark ambient [175]
April
26
Alexz Johnson Reloaded Pop, world, folk-pop, alternative [176]
Augustana Augustana Rock, pop rock, roots rock, indie rock
Boris Attention Please Noise pop, alternative rock, shoegazing, dream pop [177]
Boris Heavy Rocks Heavy metal, stoner rock [177]
Bowling for Soup Fishin' for Woos Pop punk [178]
April
29
ATB Distant Earth Trance, dance, chill-out [179]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
3
Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two Hip hop, electro Capitol [180]
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues Folk Sub Pop Phil Ek [181]
Jennifer Lopez Love? Dance-pop, hip hop, R&B [182]
Sixx:A.M. This Is Gonna Hurt Hard rock, alternative metal Eleven Seven [183]
Stevie Nicks In Your Dreams Rock Reprise [184]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 38 Pop [185]
May
9
Young Legionnaire Crisis Works Post-hardcore
Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto Summvs Electronic, pop rock
May
10
The Antlers Burst Apart Indie rock, chamber pop [186]
The Cars Move Like This New wave, art rock, garage rock, power pop, post-punk revival Hear, Concord Bicycle [187]
The Lonely Island Turtleneck & Chain Comedy hip hop, hip hop, electro [188]
Lou Canon Lou Canon [189]
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math Indie rock, post-hardcore, symphonic rock
Moving Mountains Waves Indie rock, post rock, post-hardcore [190]
Okkervil River I Am Very Far Indie rock, folk rock Jagjaguwar [191]
Roseanna Vitro The Music of Randy Newman Vocal jazz [192]
Tyler, The Creator Goblin Alternative hip hop [193]
May
11
Krista Muir Between Atoms [194]
May
16
Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi Rome Indie rock, folk rock Parlophone, EMI, Lex, Third Man [195]
Moby Destroyed Electronic [196]
May
17
Austra Feel It Break Synthpop, new wave [197]
New Boyz Too Cool to Care Pop rap
May
23
Foster the People Torches Indie pop, alternative dance, neo-psychedelia, psychedelic pop
Lady Gaga Born This Way Dance-pop Streamline, KonLive, Interscope
Seether Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray Post-grunge, alternative metal, hard rock [198]
Planningtorock W Electronic, synth-pop [199]
May
24
Flogging Molly Speed of Darkness Celtic punk, punk rock Borstal Beat [200]
Journey Eclipse Hard rock, arena rock, heavy metal Nomota, Frontiers, Universal [201]
Stephen Marley Revelation Pt. 1 – The Root of Life Reggae [202]
Thurston Moore Demolished Thoughts Acoustic rock [203]
May
26
Raimundos Roda Viva [204]
May
27
Papa vs Pretty United in Isolation Rock, indie rock, alternative rock Peace & Riot, EMI [205]
Status Quo Quid Pro Quo Hard rock, blues rock Francis Rossi, Mike Paxman [206]
May
30
Blondie Panic of Girls Alternative rock, new wave, post-punk revival Five Seven, EMI [207]
Jakszyk, Fripp and Collins A Scarcity of Miracles Ambient, progressive rock, jazz fusion [208]
SebastiAn Total House, electro house, experimental, glitch [209]
May
31
Death Cab for Cutie Codes and Keys Indie pop, alternative rock, indie rock [210]
Eddie Vedder Ukulele Songs Folk rock Monkeywrench [211]
Matthew Good Lights of Endangered Species Alternative rock [212]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
3
Alestorm Back Through Time Power metal, folk metal [213]
Def Leppard Mirror Ball – Live & More Heavy metal, hard rock, glam metal Bludgeon Riffola [214]
Kaiser Chiefs The Future Is Medieval Indie rock
Saxon Call to Arms Heavy metal Militia Guard Music, UDR, EMI Biff Byford, Toby Jepson [215]
June
5
Anna Nalick Broken Doll & Odds & Ends Pop rock, acoustic Nyctograph Records [216][217]
June
6
Arctic Monkeys Suck It and See Indie rock, psychedelic rock, desert rock, stoner rock Domino [218]
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones Folk rock Xtra Mile Tristan Ivemy [219]
June
7
Adelitas Way Home School Valedictorian Alternative metal, hard rock, post-grunge [220]
All Time Low Dirty Work Pop, pop rock [221]
Battles Gloss Drop Experimental rock, math rock [222]
Benny Benassi Electroman Progressive house, electro house, dance-pop, house, trance, R&B [223]
City and Colour Little Hell Indie rock, alternative rock, acoustic, folk, alternative country, Blues
Cults Cults Indie pop, noise pop
Ford & Lopatin Channel Pressure Synthpop, electronic rock [224]
Tech N9ne All 6's and 7's Hip hop [225]
June
8
Falconer Armod Folk metal [226]
June
11
Burgerkill Venomous Groove metal, death metal [227]
June
12
Sepultura Kairos Groove metal, thrash metal, death metal [228]
June
13
Dananananaykroyd There Is a Way Indie pop, pop punk [229]
Martin Solveig Smash House [230]
June
14
Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel Hip hop
Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire Glam metal, hard rock, heavy metal Lava, Universal Republic [231]
The Dear Hunter The Color Spectrum Progressive rock, experimental rock, indie rock, baroque pop, electronic, pop rock, alternative country, folk, alternative rock [232]
Michael Franks Time Together Jazz, vocal jazz, smooth jazz [233]
Owl City All Things Bright and Beautiful Synthpop, pop rock Universal Republic [234]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Country Volume 4 Country [235]
Ziggy Marley Wild and Free Reggae [236]
June
15
In Flames Sounds of a Playground Fading Alternative metal, progressive metal, heavy metal, nu metal [237]
Versailles Holy Grail Neo-classical metal, symphonic power metal [238]
June
17
The Black Dahlia Murder Ritual Melodic death metal Metal Blade [239]
Rhapsody of Fire From Chaos to Eternity Symphonic power metal, neoclassical metal [240]
Symphony X Iconoclast Progressive metal, neoclassical metal, power metal [241]
June
20
Cascada Original Me Dance-pop, electropop [242]
Devin Townsend Project Deconstruction Progressive metal, symphonic metal, industrial metal, extreme metal, experimental metal HevyDevy, Inside Out [243]
Devin Townsend Project Ghost New-age, progressive rock, experimental rock, ambient HevyDevy, Inside Out [243]
Patrick Wolf Lemuralia Folktronica, alternative rock EP [244]
Patrick Wolf Lupercalia Indie pop
June
21
August Burns Red LEVELER Melodic metalcore [245]
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver Indie rock, folk, baroque pop [246]
Jill Scott The Light of the Sun Neo soul
Pitbull Planet Pit Dance-pop, hip hop, hip house Polo Grounds, J, Mr. 305, Sony Music [247]
Simple Plan Get Your Heart On! Pop punk, power pop, pop rock, alternative rock [248]
June
24
Draconian A Rose for the Apocalypse Gothic metal, doom metal, death-doom [249]
Iced Earth Festivals of the Wicked [250]
June
28
Beyoncé 4 R&B Parkwood, Columbia [251]
Big Sean Finally Famous Hip hop [252]
David Cook This Loud Morning Rock, alternative rock, pop rock [253]
Drake Bell A Reminder Pop rock [254]
Falling Up Your Sparkling Death Cometh Experimental rock, Christian rock, ambient pop [255]
Handsome Furs Sound Kapital Electropunk [256]
Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra Nu metal, rap metal [257]
Selena Gomez & the Scene When the Sun Goes Down Electropop, dance-pop [258]
Taking Back Sunday Taking Back Sunday Rock [259]
There for Tomorrow The Verge Alternative rock, emo [260]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
1
Earth Crisis Neutralize the Threat [250]
Unearth Darkness in the Light Metalcore [250]
July
8
Twenty One Pilots Regional at Best
July
11
Fair to Midland Arrows and Anchors Alternative metal, progressive rock [261]
Gazelle Twin The Entire City Electronic Anti-Ghost Moon Ray Records Gazelle Twin [262]
The Horrors Skying Psychedelic rock, shoegazing, post-punk revival XL Craig Silvey, The Horrors [263]
July
12
Breathe Carolina Hell Is What You Make It Electronicore, electropop, trance, post-hardcore Fearless Ian Kirkpatrick, Matt Squire [264]
Incubus If Not Now, When? Soft rock, alternative rock Epic, Immortal Brendan O'Brien [265]
Suicide Silence The Black Crown Deathcore
Theory of a Deadman The Truth Is... Hard rock, post-grunge, alternative rock, alternative metal 604, Roadrunner Howard Benson [266]
Yes Fly from Here Progressive rock Frontiers, Avalon [267]
July
19
3 Doors Down Time of My Life Alternative rock, post-grunge Universal Republic [268]
311 Universal Pulse Alternative rock, reggae rock, rap rock, hard rock ATO Bob Rock [269]
Portugal. The Man In the Mountain in the Cloud Psychedelic rock, progressive rock, glam rock, art rock Atlantic John Hill, John Gourley, Casey Bates [270][271]
The Summer Set Everything's Fine Emo pop, pop, pop punk, pop rock, power pop Razor & Tie John Fields [272]
They Might Be Giants Join Us Indie pop Idlewild [273]
July
22
Jasta Jasta Metalcore [250]
Wu-Tang Clan Legendary Weapons Hip hop eOne [250]
July
25
Little Dragon Ritual Union Synthpop, trip hop, downtempo, soul [274]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 79 Pop
Wolf Gang Suego Faults Alternative rock, indie pop
July
26
The Features Wilderness Indie rock, new wave [275]
Royce da 5'9" Success Is Certain Hip hop [276]
Vanessa Carlton Rabbits on the Run Pop, indie pop Razor & Tie [277]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
2
Greyson Chance Hold On 'til the Night Pop rock eleveneleven, Maverick, Streamline, Geffen Ellen DeGeneres, Da Internz, Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg, The Matrix, Danielle Brisebois, Nick Lashley, Matt Squire, Martin Terefe, Fisticuffs, David Jost, Jochen Naaf [278]
Mike Doughty Yes and Also Yes [279]
Trace Adkins Proud to Be Here Country Show Dog-Universal Music
August
3
Dir En Grey Dum Spiro Spero Heavy metal The End Dir En Grey
August
8
Jay-Z & Kanye West Watch the Throne Hip hop Roc-A-Fella, Roc Nation, Def Jam [280]
Mary-Jess Leaverland Shine Pop, classical crossover, oriental pop
Peatbog Faeries Dust Celtic fusion, world fusion, experimental, electronica, ambient, psychedelic [281]
Total Control Henge Beat Post-punk, new wave, indie rock, garage rock [282]
August
9
Trivium In Waves Heavy metal, metalcore [283]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 39 Pop [284]
August
15
Thee Faction Up the Workers! or, Capitalism Is Good for Corporations That's Why You've Been Told Socialism Is Bad All Your Life [285]
August
16
Ana Popović Unconditional Blues, blues rock, soul blues ArtisteXclusive records [286]
Blue October Any Man in America Alternative rock, post-grunge, experimental RED Distribution, Megaforce Records, earMUSIC, Up/Down Records, Brando Records [287]
Breaking Benjamin Shallow Bay: The Best of Breaking Benjamin Alternative metal, post-grunge Hollywood David Bendeth [288]
Psychostick Space Vampires vs Zombie Dinosaurs in 3D Comedy rock, metalcore, hardcore punk, alternative metal Rock Ridge Joshua Key, Psychostick [289]
Various artists Johnny Boy Would Love This: A Tribute to John Martyn Alternative folk Liaison Music Leo Abrahams, Ted Barnes [290][291]
Various artists Radio Disney Jams: 15th Birthday Edition Pop Walt Disney [292]
The War on Drugs Slave Ambient Indie rock, indie folk, neo-psychedelia, shoegazing Secretly Canadian Jeff Zeigler, Adam Granduciel, John Congleton [293]
Yellow Ostrich The Mistress Barsuk [294][295]
August
19
Ghost Brigade Until Fear No Longer Defines Us Melodic death metal, doom metal Season of Mist [250]
Gotye Making Mirrors Indie rock, indie pop Eleven
LaFee Frei Pop [296]
August
22
Hard-Fi Killer Sounds Indie rock, alternative rock [297]
Joe McElderry Classic Classical, pop, R&B [298]
Kara Grainger L.A. Blues Rock blues NewTrax Records [299][300]
Michael Hunter State Of Flux [301]
August
23
Barbra Streisand What Matters Most Traditional pop, vocal music Columbia [302]
Black Tide Post Mortem Heavy metal, metalcore [303]
Various artists Muppets: The Green Album Pop rock, alternative rock, indie rock, power pop, soft rock [304]
August
26
Edguy Age of the Joker Power metal, progressive metal, hard rock [305]
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm with You Funk rock, alternative rock Warner Bros. [306][307]
August
29
Kimbra Vows Indie pop, soul, jazz Warner Bros. [308]
Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Republic [309]
The Nightwatchman World Wide Rebel Songs Folk rock, anti-folk, folk punk [310]
August
30
Beirut The Rip Tide Indie pop, Balkan folk [311]
Cymbals Eat Guitars Lenses Alien Indie rock [312]
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Am I the Enemy Post-hardcore, alternative rock Collective Sounds, RED Distribution [313]
Strawberry Girls Italian Ghosts [314]
Vanilla Ice W.T.F. Hip hop, acoustic, country rap, techno Radium [315]
August
31
Dev The Night the Sun Came Up Synthpop, dance-pop [316][317]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
6
Belanova Sueño Electro II Pop, electropop, pop rock, Latin pop, synth-pop [318]
September
7
Girls Father, Son, Holy Ghost Indie rock [319][320]
Neon Indian Era Extraña Chillwave, synth-pop, dream pop [321][322]
September
11
Kasey Chambers Storybook Country Liberation Nash Chambers
September
12
Anthrax Worship Music Thrash metal, groove metal Megaforce, Nuclear Blast
Suspekt Elektra Hip hop, horrorcore, classical [323]
September
13
Alice Cooper Welcome 2 My Nightmare Rock, hard rock, heavy metal, jazz rock UMe Bob Ezrin [324]
Astronautalis This Is Our Science Alternative hip hop Fake Four Inc. [325]
Bush The Sea of Memories Alternative rock, post-grunge Zuma Rock, eOne, earMUSIC Bob Rock [326]
The Devil Wears Prada Dead Throne Metalcore Ferret, Roadrunner Adam Dutkiewicz, The Devil Wears Prada [327]
Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events Progressive metal, progressive rock Roadrunner John Petrucci [328]
Madina Lake World War III Post-hardcore, alternative rock Razor & Tie Mateo Camargo, Billy Corgan [329]
Nick Lowe The Old Magic Proper, Yep Roc Neil Brockbank, Nick Lowe, Robert Treherne [330]
The Pack A.D. Unpersons Alternative rock, garage rock, blues rock, punk rock Mint Jim Diamond [331]
Polar Bear Club Clash Battle Guilt Pride Post-hardcore, punk rock, emo Bridge Nine Brian McTernan [332]
Das Racist Relax Alternative hip hop Greedhead Music Das Racist, Patrick Wimberly, Anand Wilder, Blood Diamonds, El-P, Diplo, Dash Speaks, J-La, Rostam Batmanglij, Francis and the Lights [333]
s/he s/he Synth-pop, electronic rock Michelle Chamuel, Tyler Duncan [334]
St. Vincent Strange Mercy Art pop, post-punk, baroque pop, experimental, post-punk, baroque pop, progressive pop John Congleton [335]
We Came as Romans Understanding What We've Grown to Be Metalcore, post-hardcore Equal Vision, Nuclear Blast Joey Sturgis John Feldmann [336]
September
14
Opeth Heritage Progressive rock Roadrunner [337]
September
17
Kjersti Stubø Quartet How High Is the Sky Jazz [338]
September
19
Inna I Am the Club Rocker Europop, dance-pop, techno, house [339]
Kasabian Velociraptor! Electronic rock, electronica, |neo-psychedelia, space rock [340]
Mel Parsons Red Grey Blue Alternative country, indie folk Cape Road Recordings, Border Music Mel Parsons, Jeremy Toy [341][342]
Thrice Major/Minor Experimental rock, alternative rock, post-hardcore, art rock [343][344]
September
20
Demi Lovato Unbroken Pop, R&B Hollywood Jim Beanz, Toby Gad, Timbaland, Ryan Tedder, Rock Mafia, Dreamlab, Emanuel Kiriakou, Bleu, Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg, Dapo [345]
SuperHeavy SuperHeavy Rock, reggae, Indian pop, soul A&M Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart [346]
September
21
Dead by April Incomparable Metalcore, electronicore, alternative metal, pop rock Universal Music Group, Spinefarm Jacob Hellner, Pontus Hjelm [347]
September
23
Amebix Sonic Mass Crust punk, heavy metal, post-metal Amebix Records Roy Mayorga [348]
Nicola Roberts Cinderella's Eyes Pop, electropop, dance-pop Polydor Dimitri Tikovoï, Diplo, Metronomy, Traxstarz, The Invisible Men [349]
September
26
Mastodon The Hunter Heavy metal [350]
Steve Hackett Beyond the Shrouded Horizon Progressive rock [351]
Steven Wilson Grace for Drowning Progressive rock, experimental rock, jazz fusion Kscope [352]
September
27
Bearfoot American Story Bluegrass, Americana Compass [353]
blink-182 Neighborhoods Alternative rock, pop punk DGC, Interscope [354]
Chickenfoot Chickenfoot III Hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock
DJ Shadow The Less You Know, the Better Hip hop, instrumental hip hop, trip hop, electronica [355]
J. Cole Cole World: The Sideline Story Hip hop [356]
Jim Cuddy Skyscraper Soul [357]
Machine Head Unto the Locust Thrash metal, groove metal Roadrunner [358]
Sebastian Bach Kicking & Screaming Heavy metal Frontiers Records, Get Off My Bach! Productions, Avalon Records
Seth MacFarlane Music Is Better Than Words Swing, big band, vocal jazz, traditional pop [359]
The Story Joy Ride on Memory Lane [360]
Switchfoot Vice Verses Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock [361]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Christmas! 4 Christmas music [362]
Wilco The Whole Love Alternative rock, indie rock, experimental rock [363]
September
29
Ninja Sex Party NSFW Comedy rock, synth-pop
September
30
Ben Howard Every Kingdom Folk, indie folk

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
3
The Answer Revival Hard rock, blues rock [364]
Aqua Megalomania Dance-pop Universal Kasper Bjørke, Claus Norreen, Nicolaj Rasted, Søren Rasted, Lucas Secon, Frederik Thaae, Thomas Troelsen [365]
New Found Glory Radiosurgery Pop punk [366]
Radical Face The Family Tree: The Roots [367]
The Union Siren's Song Rock, hard rock, blues rock [368]
You Me At Six Sinners Never Sleep Alternative rock, pop rock, pop punk, post-hardcore Virgin
October
4
Blessthefall Awakening Metalcore, post-hardcore Fearless Michael "Elvis" Baskette [369]
Feist Metals Indie pop, indie folk, baroque pop Arts & Crafts Productions, Cherrytree, Polydor Feist, Chilly Gonzales, Mocky, and Valgeir Sigurðsson [370]
Lights Siberia Synth-pop, new wave, dubstep, bitpop Last Gang, Lights Music, Universal Lights, Tawgs Salter, David Thomson, Holy Fuck [371]
Mayday Parade Mayday Parade Pop punk, pop rock ILG, Fearless, MDP Zack Odom, Kenneth Mount [372]
Mutemath Odd Soul Alternative rock, psychedelic soul Teleprompt, Warner Bros., Warner Music Japan, Megaphon Germany Mutemath [373]
Ricardo Arjona Independiente Latin pop, rock Metamorfosis, Warner Music Ricardo Arjona, Lee Levin, Dan Warner [374]
Scotty McCreery Clear as Day Country Mercury Nashville, 19 Mark Bright [375]
Styles P Master of Ceremonies Hip hop D-Block Records, E1 Music Pete Rock, Statik Selektah, Warren G, AraabMuzik, Black Saun, J. Music House, Phonix Beats, Supastylez, Ty Fyffe, Reefa [376]
We Were Promised Jetpacks In the Pit of the Stomach Indie rock, post-punk revival FatCat Andrew Bush, Peter Katis [377]
October
5
Charice Infinity Pop, R&B [378]
The Gazette Toxic Nu metal, alternative metal, metalcore, progressive rock [379]
October
7
Big Scary Vacation
October
10
Rustie Glass Swords Electronic Warp Rustie [380]
October
11
Ben Folds The Best Imitation of Myself: A Retrospective Alternative rock Legacy Various [381]
Evanescence Evanescence Symphonic metal, gothic rock, nu metal, hard rock Wind-up Nick Raskulinecz [382]
Lauren Alaina Wildflower Country Mercury Nashville, Interscope, 19 Byron Gallimore [383]
A Lot Like Birds Conversation Piece Doghouse [384]
Radio Moscow The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz Psychedelic rock, blues rock, garage rock Alive Naturalsound Parker Griggs [385]
Rich Robinson Through a Crooked Sun Blues rock, hard rock Circle Sound, Thirty Tigers Rich Robinson [386]
Various artists ZZ Top: A Tribute from Friends Rock RCA Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard [387]
October
17
Cowboy Junkies Sing in My Meadow Alternative country Latent Michael Timmins [388][389]
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Alternative rock, baroque pop Sour Mash [390]
Yann Tiersen Skyline Folk rock, acoustic, indie rock [391][392]
October
18
Jane's Addiction The Great Escape Artist Alternative rock, art rock, hard rock Capitol [393]
M83 Hurry Up, We're Dreaming Electronic rock, synth-pop, ambient [394]
October
24
Coldplay Mylo Xyloto Alternative rock, pop rock, R&B, electronica Parlophone, Capitol [395]
Kelly Clarkson Stronger Pop rock RCA, 19 [396]
October
25
HoneyHoney Billy Jack Americana, indie rock, country honeyhoney Records, Lost Highway Raymond Richards, Todd Averback, Matt Radosevich [397]
James Ferraro Far Side Virtual Vaporwave, muzak, avant-garde [398]
Justice Audio, Video, Disco Electronica [399]
Skinny Puppy hanDover Electro-industrial, noise, glitch, IDM [400]
Tom Waits Bad as Me Rock, experimental, blues ANTI- [401]
October
26
Various artists AHK-toong BAY-bi Covered Rock Mercury, Interscope, Universal [402]
October
28
Gugun Blues Shelter Solid Ground Blues rock Grooveyard Records [403]
October
31
Florence and the Machine Ceremonials Baroque pop, art pop, indie pop, neo soul Island Paul Epworth, James Ford, Charlie Hugall, Ben Roulston, Isabella Summers, Eg White [404][405]
Professor Green At Your Inconvenience British hip hop, UK garage, R&B Virgin Alex 'Cores' Hayes, 16bit, DJ Khalil, TMS, iSHi 2Stripes, Eric Hudson, Mojam [406]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
1
Carole King A Holiday Carole Pop, Christmas music Hear, Concord Christmas album [407]
Justin Bieber Under the Mistletoe Teen pop, R&B, Christmas music Christmas Island
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu Avant-garde metal Warner Bros., Vertigo [408]
Megadeth TH1RT3EN Thrash metal Roadrunner [409]
Miranda Lambert Four the Record Country, alternative country RCA Nashville [410]
Wale Ambition Hip hop [411]
November
4
Birdy Birdy Indie folk, indie pop, indie rock 14th Floor, Atlantic [412]
Cher Lloyd Sticks and Stones Hip hop, electro, pop, R&B, dance-pop Syco, Epic, Sony Music [413]
The Sound of Arrows Voyage Synth-pop [414]
November
5
Oneohtrix Point Never Replica Ambient, plunderphonics [415]
November
7
Atlas Sound Parallax Indie rock [416]
Pixie Lott Young Foolish Happy Pop, R&B, soul, dance-pop, electropop [417]
The Wanted Battleground Dance-pop, synth-pop [418]
November
8
Cœur de pirate Blonde Pop [419]
Disturbed The Lost Children Heavy metal, alternative metal, hard rock, nu metal [420]
Jonathan Coulton Artificial Heart Folk rock, alternative rock, indie folk [421]
Mac Miller Blue Slide Park Hip hop [422]
Pusha T Fear of God II: Let Us Pray Hip hop [423]
Tycho Dive Chillwave, downtempo, chill-out, electronica, hypnagogic pop, Balearic, IDM [424]
Various artists The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 soundtrack Alternative rock, indie rock, pop Chop Shop, Atlantic Alexandra Patsavas [425]
November
9
Elephant9 Live at the BBC Progressive rock Rune Grammofon [426]
November
11
Angels & Airwaves Love: Part Two Alternative rock, space rock To the Stars Records Tom DeLonge [427]
The Checks Deadly Summer Sway "Bassy" Bob Brockmann [428]
Jay Chou Wow! (驚嘆號) Mandopop Sony Music Taiwan Jay Chou [429]
Kaizers Orchestra Violeta Violeta Vol. II Rock, alternative Scandinavian Recordings, Petroleum Records Jørgen Træen, Yngve Sætre, Janove Ottesen [430]
Laura Pausini Inedito Latin pop Atlantic, Warner Music Group Paolo Carta [431]
Nina Hagen Volksbeat Punk, rock, Christian rock Koch Universal Peter Hinderthür, Peter Schmidt [432]
November
15
Bryan Webb Provider [433]
Childish Gambino Camp Hip hop Glassnote, Universal Childish Gambino, Ludwig Göransson [434]
Drake Take Care Hip hop Young Money, Cash Money, Republic Aubrey "Drake" Graham, Noah "40" Shebib, Lil Wayne, Cortez Bryant, Boi-1da, Chase N. Cashe, Drew Murray, Illangelo, Jamie xx, Just Blaze, Kromatik, The Weeknd, T-Minus, Gee Roberson, Doc McKinney, Supa Dups [435]
R.E.M. Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage 1982–2011 Alternative rock, folk rock, college rock, jangle pop Warner Bros. Greatest Hits album [436]
November
18
Lady Gaga Born This Way: The Remix Electronic, dance Streamline, Interscope, KonLive
November
21
Big Time Rush Elevate Pop, dance-rock, soul pop, alternative rock [437]
Christophe Willem Prismophonic Pop
Daughtry Break the Spell Pop rock [438]
Hollywood Undead American Tragedy Redux Rap rock, dubstep, electronica A&M Octone, Polydor, Universal Music Australia [439][440]
James Durbin Memories of a Beautiful Disaster Rock [441]
Kate Bush 50 Words for Snow Art pop, chamber pop Fish People, EMI [442]
Marianas Trench Ever After Pop punk, symphonic rock [443]
Mary J. Blige My Life II... The Journey Continues (Act 1) R&B, neo Soul, hip hop soul
Michael Jackson Immortal R&B, pop, soul, rock, gospel Epic, Sony Music, MJJ Productions [444]
Nickelback Here and Now Post-grunge, hard rock, alternative metal, pop rock Roadrunner, Universal Music Canada [445]
One Direction Up All Night Pop Syco, Columbia
Rihanna Talk That Talk Pop, EDM, R&B Def Jam, Roc Nation
The Saturdays On Your Radar Pop, dance [446]
Taylor Swift Speak Now World Tour – Live Country pop Big Machine [447]
Yelawolf Radioactive Alternative hip hop, conscious hip hop [448]
November
22
Lady Gaga A Very Gaga Holiday Jazz pop Interscope, KonLive
November
28
Joe McElderry Classic Christmas Christmas, pop, classical Christmas album [449]
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Les Folies: Live in London Pop
November
29
Hot Chelle Rae Whatever Pop rock [450]
November
30
Nightwish Imaginaerum Symphonic metal, power metal, folk metal Nuclear Blast, Roadrunner [451][452]

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
2
Bugge Wesseltoft Songs Jazzland Recordings [453]
Hildegunn Øiseth Stillness Losen Records [453]
Taio Cruz TY.O R&B, dance-pop, electropop [454][455]
December
4
Patrick Wolf Brumalia EP Indie pop Mercury [456]
December
5
The Roots Undun Alternative hip hop Def Jam [457]
December
6
The Black Keys El Camino Garage rock, blues rock Nonesuch [458]
Chevelle Hats Off to the Bull Alternative metal, hard rock, post-grunge, progressive rock Epic [459]
Korn The Path of Totality Nu metal, electronic, dubstep
T-Pain Revolver Hip hop RCA Rocco Valdes, Michael Blumstein, T-Pain, Young Fyre, Noel "Detail" Fisher, Chuckie, T-Minus, Billboard, Tha Bizness, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Fabian Lenssen, Catalyst, Get Cool, David "Preach" Balfour
December
12
Anthony Hamilton Back to Love R&B, soul [460]
December
13
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa Mac & Devin Go to High School Hip hop [461]
December
19
Common The Dreamer/The Believer Hip hop Warner Bros., Think Common Music Inc. [462]
Young Jeezy TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition Hip hop [463]

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