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Album Releases for the week 13th September 2010

A massive amount of Albums released this week, with Indie loves from New York Interpol heading the list. Also out this week is Robert Plants latest and Lloyd Cole, blasts from the past there. Will Led Zep ever reform for Glastonbury, my money is on No.

Linkin Park are back for the teenagers who love Metal/Rap and Nick Cave‘s latest incarnation Grinderman release their second well received album. Nick is a Legend, I saw him once at the Mean Fiddler in Harlesden, him and a piano and it was amazing.

New band wise Summer Camp seem to be the darlings of the late festival scene and they release an EP more than an album, I think, as it is only 6 tracks long.
But after all that I am going to go back earlier in the year for The Foals second album as my album of the week. I will post my review at the weekend.

Albums released today:

The Brute Chorus – ‘How The Caged Bird Sings’
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly – ‘Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly’
Grinderman – ‘Grinderman 2’
Interpol – ‘Interpol’
Les Savy Fav – ‘Root For Ruin’
Linkin Park – ‘A Thousand Suns’
Lloyd Cole – ‘Broken Record’
Of Montreal – ‘False Priest’
The Pipettes – ‘Earth Vs The Pipettes’
Robert Plant – ‘Band Of Joy’
Robyn – ‘Body Talk Pt 2’
Royksopp – ‘Senior’
Summer Camp – ‘Young’
Underworld – ‘Barking’
Unkle – ‘The Answer’
The Vaselines – ‘Sex With An X’
Weezer – ‘Hurley’


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