List of 2006 albums

The following is a list of albums released in 2006.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2006 in music.

First quarterEdit

JanuaryEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
1
Ayumi Hamasaki (Miss)understood J-pop, dance-pop, pop rock Avex Trax Max Matsuura [1]
January
3
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth Indie rock RCA, Rough Trade David Kahne, Gordon Raphael [2]
January
9
DragonForce Inhuman Rampage Power metal, speed metal Noise, Sanctuary, Roadrunner Sam Totman, Herman Li, Vadim Pruzhanov [3]
January
10
BR549 Dog Days Country music Dualtone John Keane [4]
High School Musical cast High School Musical Pop, teen pop, dance-pop, electropop, musical theatre Kenny Ortega, Bill Borden, Barry Rosenbush, Drew Lane, Eddie Galan Walt Disney [5]
Jack Ingram Live: Wherever You Are Country Big Machine Jeremy Stover [6]
Kayo Dot Dowsing Anemone with Copper Tongue Experimental music Robotic Empire [7]
Morningwood Morningwood Alternative rock, dance-rock, electropunk, power pop Capitol Gil Norton [8]
January
13
Blackmail Aerial View Indie rock City Slang Andi Jung, Kurt Ebelhäuser [9]
Eric Burdon Soul of a Man Rock, blues, rhythm and blues, soul, funk, gospel SPV Tony Braunagel [10]
January
17
Living Colour Everything Is Possible: The Very Best of Living Colour Funk metal, heavy metal, hard rock, alternative metal Epic, Legacy [11]
January
19
Mutemath Mutemath Alternative rock, post-rock Teleprompt, Warner Bros. Mutemath, Tedd T [12]
January
20
Cat Power The Greatest Indie rock, R&B, soul Matador Stuart Sikes [13]
Edguy Rocket Ride Progressive metal, hard rock Nuclear Blast Sascha Paeth, Edguy [14]
January
23
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not Indie rock, garage rock revival, post-punk revival, punk rock Domino Jim Abbiss, Alan Smyth [15]
Clearlake Amber Indie rock Domino Jim Abbiss, Jason Pegg [16]
The Kooks Inside In/Inside Out Indie rock, post-punk, post-Britpop Virgin Tony Hoffer [17]
Richard Ashcroft Keys to the World Post-Britpop, Folk rock Parlophone Chris Potter, Richard Ashcroft [18]
Rosanne Cash Black Cadillac Country Capitol Bill Bottrell, John Leventhal [19]
January
24
Ace Frehley Greatest Hits Live Hard rock Megaforce Eddie Kramer, Ace Frehley, John Regan [20]
Gossip Standing in the Way of Control Indie rock, garage rock, dance-rock Back Yard, Kill Rock Stars Guy Picciotto, Ryan Hadlock [21]
His Name Is Alive Detrola Silver Mountain Media Group, Sony BMG Warren Defever [22]
Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins Rabbit Fur Coat Indie pop, alternative country Team Love Mike Mogis, Jenny Lewis, Matt Ward [23]
Josh Turner Your Man Country MCA Nashville Frank Rogers [24]
Kenny G The Essential Kenny G Jazz Arista Kenny G, Walter Afanasieff, Michael Bolton, Peter Bunetta, Rick Chudacoff, Dave Foster, Preston Glass, Jeff Magid, Dan Shea [25]
P.O.D. Testify Nu metal, Christian metal, rap rock, reggae rock Atlantic Glen Ballard, P.O.D. [26]
Portugal. The Man Waiter: "You Vultures!" Indie rock Fearless Casey Bates, John Gourley [27]
Robert Pollard From a Compound Eye Rock and roll, indie rock Merge Todd Tobias [28]
Rocky Votolato Makers Indie Barsuk Casey Foubert, Rocky Votolato [29]
Yellowcard Lights and Sounds Alternative rock Capitol Neal Avron [30]
January
26
Duncan Sheik White Limousine Rock Zoë Duncan Sheik [31]
January
27
Deathstars Termination Bliss Industrial metal, gothic metal Nuclear Blast Nightmare Industries [32]
January
31
Andrea Bocelli Amore Classical, pop Sugar Records, Opera & Blues Records, Decca David Foster, Humberto Gatica [33]
Barry Manilow The Greatest Songs of the Fifties Easy listening, pop Arista Walter Afanasieff [34]
The Devin Townsend Band Synchestra Progressive metal, hard rock, alternative rock HevyDevy, InsideOut Music Devin Townsend [35]
Heather Headley In My Mind R&B, soul, neo soul RCA Carvin "Ransum" Haggins & Ivan "Orthodox" Barias, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Lil Jon, James "Big Jim" Wright, Drew and Shannon, Warryn "Baby Dubb" Campbell, Cardiff Giant, Shep Crawford, Face, Heavy Weights, Sixx John, Anthony "CD" Kelly, Steven "Lenky" Marsden, Vada Nobles, Lou Pagani [36]
P.O.S Audition Alternative hip hop Rhymesayers Entertainment P.O.S, Lazerbeak, MK Larada [37]
She Wants Revenge She Wants Revenge Post-punk revival, dark wave, gothic rock Perfect Kiss, Geffen, Flawless She Wants Revenge [38]
Train For Me, It's You Rock, roots rock, pop rock Columbia Brendan O'Brien [39]
Vakill Worst Fears Confirmed Hip hop Molemen Records Panik, Memo, Chemo [40]

FebruaryEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
3
In Flames Come Clarity Melodic death metal, alternative metal, heavy metal Ferret, Nuclear Blast, Toy's Factory Anders Fridén, Björn Gelotte, Jesper Strömblad [41]
February
4
The Living End State of Emergency Punk rock, rock, psychobilly EMI, Adeline Nick Launay [42]
February
6
Belle and Sebastian The Life Pursuit Indie pop Rough Trade, Matador Tony Hoffer [43]
Sparks Hello Young Lovers Chamber pop, art rock In The Red Recordings, Gut Ron Mael, Russell Mael [44]
February
7
Aceyalone Magnificent City Hip hop Decon, Project Blowed RJD2 [45]
Beth Orton Comfort of Strangers Folk Astralwerks, EMI Jim O'Rourke [46]
Deadboy & the Elephantmen We Are Night Sky Alternative rock Fat Possum [47]
Decapitated Organic Hallucinosis Technical death metal Earache Decapitated [48]
Dem Franchize Boyz On Top of Our Game Southern hip hop, crunk, snap So So Def Recordings, Virgin Delarmon "P-no" Harold, Jamall "Pimpin" Willingham, Maurice "Parlae" Gleaton, Jermaine Dupri, Vaushaun "Maestro" Brooks, Jim Jonsin, DJ Montay, Young Juvie, Michael '5000' Watts [49]
J Dilla Donuts Experimental hip hop, trip hop, plunderphonics Stones Throw J Dilla [50]
Jack Johnson and Friends Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George Folk rock, soft rock, pop Brushfire Records, Universal Robert Carranza, Jack Johnson, Mario Caldato Jr. [51]
Kelley Stoltz Below the Branches Sub Pop [52]
The Minus 5 The Minus 5 Rock Yep Roc Kurt Bloch, Scott McCaughey [53]
Ray Davies Other People's Lives Rock V2 Ray Davies [54]
February
13
Jaheim Ghetto Classics R&B Divine Mill Records, Warner Bros. Bink, Scott Storch [55]
Sérgio Mendes Timeless Samba, hip hop, neo soul, R&B, reggaeton Concord, will.i.am Music Group will.i.am, Sérgio Mendes [56]
February
14
Matchbook Romance Voices Emo, post-hardcore Epitaph John Goodmanson [57]
The Sword Age of Winters Heavy metal, doom metal, stoner metal Kemado J. D. Cronise [58]
Toto Falling in Between Hard rock, pop rock, progressive rock, jazz fusion Frontiers Toto [59]
February
15
BoA Outgrow J-pop Avex Trax Lee Soo-man [60]
February
17
The Knife Silent Shout Synth-pop Rabid The Knife [61]
February
20
Lee Harding What's Wrong with This Picture? Pop punk, rock Sony BMG Australia Adrian Hannan, Tom Nichols, Forrester Savell, Paul L. Wiltshire [62]
Liars Drum's Not Dead Experimental rock, noise rock, post-punk Mute Angus Andrew [63]
William Orbit Hello Waveforms Ambient, electronica Sanctuary William Orbit [64]
February
21
Adair The Destruction of Everything is the Beginning of Something New Post-hardcore, screamo Warcon Enterprises Allan Hessler [65]
Danko Jones Sleep Is the Enemy Hard rock Aquarius, Bad Taste, Razor & Tie Matt DeMatteo [66]
The Derek Trucks Band Songlines Blues rock, Southern rock, world fusion Columbia Jay Joyce [67]
Destroyer Destroyer's Rubies Indie rock Merge John Collins, David Carswell [68]
Dilated Peoples 20/20 Hip hop Capitol Evidence, The Alchemist, DJ Babu, Sid Roams [69]
Folly Resist Convenience Hardcore, punk, ska Triple Crown Sal Villanueva [70]
Lilys Everything Wrong Is Imaginary Alternative rock Manifesto Michael Musmanno [71]
The M's Future Women Polyvinyl [72]
Man Man Six Demon Bag Experimental rock Ace Fu Craig Van Hise [73]
The Product One Hunid Southern hip hop, gangsta rap Kochs, Underground Railroad Tone Capone, John Bido, Scarface, The Alchemist, P. King, Young Malice [74]
Shanice Every Woman Dreams R&B, soul, hip hop Imajah Records, PlayTyme Entertainment Jamey Jaz, John Barnes, Shanice, Mike City, PMG, Bud'da [75]
Willie Nile Streets of New York Rock Reincarnate Music Willie Nile, Rich Pagano, Andy York, Brad Albetta [76]
February
24
Corinne Bailey Rae Corinne Bailey Rae Pop-soul, neo soul EMI Rod Bowkett, Justin Broad, Steve Brown, Steve Bush, Steve Chrisanthou, Tommy D, Andrew Hale, Paul Herman, Jimmy Hogarth, Corinne Bailey Rae, RKW [77]
February
28
Alan Jackson Precious Memories Christian country, gospel Arista Nashville Keith Stegall [78]
Bizzy Bone Thugs Revenge Midwest hip hop Thump Mr. Criminal [79]
Bruce Springsteen Hammersmith Odeon London '75 Rock Columbia Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Thom Zimny [80]
Hank Williams III Straight to Hell Country, country rock Bruc Hank Williams III, Joe Buck, Andy Gibson [81]
Hawthorne Heights If Only You Were Lonely Emo Victory David Bendeth [82]
Jessi Colter Out of the Ashes Country Shout! Factory Don Was [83]
Kid Rock and the Twisted Brown Trucker Band Live Trucker Hard rock, rap rock, Southern rock Atlantic Kid Rock [84]
Ne-Yo In My Own Words R&B, hip hop soul Def Jam, Compound Boola, Ron "Neff-U" Feemster, Brandon Howard, Jay-Z, Sixx John, Ervin "EP" Pope, Brian "B-Nasty" Reid, Stargate, Shea Taylor, Curtis "Sauce" Wilson [85]
Plumb Chaotic Resolve Rock, pop, metal, electronica Curb Matt Bronleewe [86]
Rhett Miller The Believer Pop rock, alternative country Verve Forecast George Drakoulias [87]
Shannon Brown Corn Fed Country Warner Bros. Nashville John Rich [88]

MarchEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
3
Lordi The Arockalypse Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock Sony BMG, Drakkar, The End Jyrki Tuovinen [89]
March
4
Pretty Girls Make Graves Élan Vital Post-punk revival, indie pop Matador Colin Stewart [90]
March
6
David Gilmour On an Island Post-progressive, art rock, baroque pop EMI , Columbia Records David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera, Chris Thomas [91]
Mogwai Mr Beast Post-rock PIAS, Matador Tony Doogan, Mogwai [92]
Stereolab Fab Four Suture Post-rock, indie pop Duophonic, Too Pure [93]
Van Morrison Pay the Devil Country Lost Highway Van Morrison [94]
White Rose Movement Kick Indie, Art rock Independiente Paul Epworth [95]
March
7
Buzzcocks Flat-Pack Philosophy Pop punk Cooking Vinyl, True North Tony Barber [96]
Donald Fagen Morph the Cat Jazz rock, jazz-funk Reprise Donald Fagen [97]
I Love You but I've Chosen Darkness Fear Is on Our Side Indie rock Secretly Canadian Paul Barker [98]
James Hunter People Gonna Talk Blue-eyed soul, jazz, blues Go, Rounder Liam Watson [99]
Juvenile Reality Check Hip hop UTP Records, Atlantic Juvenile, Corey Gray, Cool & Dre, XL, Scott Storch, Mannie Fresh, Lil Jon, Sinista, Stormy Dai, Perion, Happy Perez, Brian McKnight, Mike Dean [100]
Kris Kristofferson This Old Road Country New West Don Was [101]
Matisyahu Youth Reggae, reggae fusion, hip hop, alternative rock, Jewish rock JDub, Epic Bill Laswell, Ill Factor, Jimmy Douglass [102]
The Little Willies The Little Willies Rock music, country music Milking Bull, Parlophone Lee Alexander [103]
Mudhoney Under a Billion Suns Alternative rock Sub Pop Phil Ek, Johnny Sangster, Tucker Martine [104]
Neko Case Fox Confessor Brings the Flood Alternative country, folk rock, Americana Anti- Neko Case, Darryl Neudorf [105]
Public Enemy with Paris Rebirth of a Nation Hip hop, East Coast hip hop, political hip hop Guerrilla Funk, Groove Attack Paris [106]
Ralph Tresvant Rizz-Wa-Faire R&B Xzault Danny Bell, Jr., Willie Blount, Carlos McSwain, Ralph Tresvant [107]
Trent Tomlinson Country Is My Rock Country Lyric Street Hillbilly, Leigh Reynolds, Trent Tomlinson [108]
March
10
Bal-Sagoth The Chthonic Chronicles Symphonic black metal Nuclear Blast Bal-Sagoth [109]
March
11
Augie March Moo, You Bloody Choir Indie rock, indie pop, indie folk Sony BMG Australia, Jive Eric Drew Feldman, Paul McKercher, Augie March [110]
March
13
Fightstar Grand Unification Post-hardcore, alternative rock, alternative metal, hard rock Island, Trustkill Colin Richardson [111]
Gary Numan Jagged Industrial rock, dark wave Cooking Vinyl, Metropolis Gary Numan, Ade Fenton [112]
Graham Coxon Love Travels at Illegal Speeds Alternative rock Parlophone Stephen Street [113]
Katatonia The Great Cold Distance Doom metal, alternative metal, progressive metal Peaceville Jens Bogren, Katatonia [114]
Placebo Meds Alternative rock Virgin Dimitri Tikovoï [115]
March
14
Capone Menace 2 Society Hip hop Central Station Franky Nitty, Kev Kyze, Just Blaze, Screwface, Reefa, Ev Price, TWiNZ [116]
D.M.C. Checks Thugs and Rock n Roll East Coast hip hop Romen Mpire Records, Warner Music DMC, Romeo Antonio, Kid Rock, Shatek King [117]
E-40 My Ghetto Report Card Hip hop, crunk, hyphy Warner Bros., Asylum, BME, Sick Wid It E-40, Lil Jon, Rick Rock, Droop-E, Bosko, Studio ToN [118]
Joe Satriani Super Colossal Instrumental rock Epic Joe Satriani, Mike Fraser [119]
NOFX Never Trust a Hippy Punk rock Fat Wreck Chords Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore, Fat Mike [120]
Sean Watkins Blinders On Alternative, acoustic Sugar Hill Sean Watkins [121]
Sepultura Dante XXI Groove metal, thrash metal SPV André Moraes, Sepultura, Stanley Soares [122]
SHeDAISY Fortuneteller's Melody Country Lyric Street John Shanks [123]
Suzi Quatro Back to the Drive Rock, folk rock, raga rock EMI, Liberty, Caroline Andy Scott, Steve Grant [124]
Various artists Dave Chappelle's Block Party OST Hip hop Geffen Corey Smyth [125]
Willie Nelson You Don't Know Me: The Songs of Cindy Walker Country Lost Highway Fred Foster [126]
March
18
The Whitlams Little Cloud Pop Black Yak, Warner Bros. J Walker [127]
March
20
The Church Uninvited, Like the Clouds Alternative rock, neo-psychedelia, psychedelic rock, dream pop Liberation, Cooking Vinyl The Church [128]
March
21
The Appleseed Cast Peregrine Emo, indie rock, post-rock The Militia Group John Congleton [129]
Anti-Flag For Blood and Empire Punk rock RCA Anti-Flag, David Schiffman [130]
Army of the Pharaohs The Torture Papers Hip hop, horrorcore Babygrande Shuko, DC the MIDI Alien, Undefined, Beyonder, Loptimist, Rain, Apathy, 7L, The White Shadow, Villa, Oaks, Celph Titled [131]
Band of Horses Everything All the Time Indie rock Sub Pop Band of Horses, Phil Ek [132]
Ben Harper Both Sides of the Gun Soul music, blues rock, funk rock, folk-rock, hard rock Virgin Ben Harper [133]
B.G. The Heart of tha Streetz, Vol. 2 (I Am What I Am) Gangsta rap, Southern hip hop Chopper City, Koch, Atlantic [134]
boysetsfire The Misery Index: Notes from the Plague Years Post-hardcore, melodic hardcore Equal Vision, Burning Heart, End Hits Records Boysetsfire [135]
Cannibal Corpse Kill Death metal Metal Blade Erik Rutan [136]
Chicago Chicago XXX Rock Rhino Jay DeMarcus [137]
Chino XL Poison Pen Hip hop Activate Entertainment Dan Charnas, One Eye, Bird, Carlos Bess, N Kredible, Proof, Moss, Gennessee, Buff Billion [138]
From First to Last Heroine Post-hardcore, experimental rock Epitaph Ross Robinson [139]
Kenny Rogers Water & Bridges Country Capitol Nashville Dann Huff [140]
Kutless Hearts of the Innocent Christian rock, alternative metal, hard rock BEC Aaron Sprinkle [141]
Loose Fur Born Again in the USA Indie rock Drag City [142]
Mates of State Bring It Back Indie pop Barsuk Bill Racine [143]
MC Lars The Graduate Alternative hip hop, nerdcore Horris Records, Nettwerk MC Lars, Christopher Rojas, Mike Sapone, the Rondo Brothers, Q Unique & ill Bill, Rob Seals, Steve Dawson, Oli Horton [144]
Murs & 9th Wonder Murray's Revenge Hip hop Record Collection 9th Wonder [145]
My Chemical Romance Life on the Murder Scene Rock Reprise Howard Benson [146]
Prince 3121 R&B, funk, rock, electronica NPG, Universal Prince [147]
Teddy Geiger Underage Thinking Pop rock, alternative rock Columbia Billy Mann, Paul Pimsler, Christopher Rojas [148]
March
22
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Show Your Bones Indie rock, alternative rock, garage punk Dress Up, Interscope Squeak E. Clean, Dave Sitek, Yeah Yeah Yeahs [149]
March
24
Doro Warrior Soul Heavy metal AFM Chris Lietz, Torsten Sickert, Doro Pesch, Luke Gasser, Deezl Imhof [150]
Oomph! GlaubeLiebeTod Industrial metal GUN [151]
March
27
Be Your Own Pet Be Your Own Pet Noise pop, garage punk XL, Ecstatic Peace! Steven McDonald [152]
Embrace This New Day Alternative rock Independiente Martin Glover [153]
Michael Schenker Group Tales of Rock'n'Roll Hard rock, heavy metal Armageddon Music Michael Schenker [154]
Venom Metal Black Thrash metal, black metal Castle Communications, Sanctuary Conrad Lant [155]
Willard Grant Conspiracy Let It Roll Alt-country Loose Robert Fisher [156]
March
28
Atreyu A Death-Grip On Yesterday Metalcore Victory Josh Abraham, Atreyu [157]
Ghostface Killah Fishscale Hip hop Def Jam Sean Combs, Cool & Dre, Crack Val, Ghostface Killah, J Dilla, Just Blaze, MF Doom, MoSS, Lewis Parker, Pete Rock, Sean Cane & LV, Studio Steve, Xtreme [158]
Margot & the Nuclear So and So's The Dust of Retreat [159]
Rob Zombie Educated Horses Heavy metal, hard rock Geffen Scott Humphrey, Rob Zombie [160]
T.I. King Hip hop Grand Hustle, Atlantic Clifford "T.I." Harris, Jason Geter, DJ Toomp, Just Blaze, Kanye West, Mannie Fresh, Swizz Beatz, Keith Mack, Travis Barker, The Neptunes, Khao, Nick Fury and Tony Galvin [161]
March
29
Daft Punk Musique Vol. 1 1993–2005 Electronic Virgin Thomas Bangalter, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo [162]
The Futureheads News and Tributes Post-punk revival 679, Vagrant, StarTime International Ben Hillier [163]
Marie Serneholt Enjoy the Ride Pop, Europop Sony BMG Elofsson, Westerlund Brandén [164]
March
31
Lacuna Coil Karmacode Gothic metal, alternative metal, progressive metal Century Media Waldemar Sorychta [165]

Second quarterEdit

AprilEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
1
Hilltop Hoods The Hard Road Australian hip hop Obese Hilltop Hoods [166]
The Vines Vision Valley Alternative rock, garage rock revival, indie rock, grunge EMI, Capitol Wayne Connolly, The Vines [167]
April
3
Erasure Union Street Acoustic, country Mute Erasure [168]
The Flaming Lips At War with the Mystics Dream pop, neo-psychedelia, psychedelic pop, space rock Warner Bros. The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker [169]
Killing Joke Hosannas from the Basements of Hell Industrial metal Cooking Vinyl Killing Joke [170]
Morrissey Ringleader of the Tormentors Alternative rock Sanctuary, Attack Tony Visconti [171]
April
4
Blackmore's Night The Village Lanterne Celtic, folk rock, neo-Medieval, hard rock SPV Pat Regan [172]
Blue October Foiled Alternative rock Universal David Castell, Justin Furstenfeld [173]
Bubba Sparxxx The Charm Hip hop Purple Ribbon, Virgin, Capitol, EMI Big Boi, Mr. Collipark, Mr. DJ, Organized Noize [174]
Cassandra Wilson Cassandra Wilson Jazz Blue Note T Bone Burnett, Keith Ciancia [175]
Dead to Fall The Phoenix Throne Metalcore, melodic death metal Victory Eric Rachel, Dead to Fall [176]
Dog Fashion Disco Adultery Avant-garde metal, experimental rock Rotten Records Steve Wright [177]
Jorn Jørn Lande Hard rock, heavy metal AFM, Candlelight Jørn Lande [178]
Magneta Lane Dancing with Daggers Indie rock, pop punk Paper Bag Al-P, Jesse F. Keeler [179]
Needtobreathe Daylight Alternative rock, Christian rock, Southern rock Atlantic, Sparrow, Lava Andy Green [180]
Pink I'm Not Dead Pop, rock LaFace Pink, Josh Abraham, Al Clay, Dr. Luke, Mike Elizondo, Greg Kurstin, Billy Mann, MachoPsycho, Max Martin, Chris Rojas, Butch Walker [181]
Queensrÿche Operation: Mindcrime II Heavy metal Rhino Entertainment Jason Slater [182]
Rascal Flatts Me and My Gang Country pop Lyric Street Dann Huff [183]
April
10
AFX Chosen Lords Electronic, IDM Rephlex Richard D. James [184]
Live Songs from Black Mountain Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock Epic Jim Wirt [185]
Rihanna A Girl like Me Pop, reggae, R&B Def Jam The Carter Administration, Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers, The Conglomerate, Mike City, Makeba Riddick, J.R. Rotem, Spanador, StarGateTrackmasters [186]
The Streets The Hardest Way to Make an Easy Living Alternative hip hop, electronica Locked On Mike Skinner [187]
April
11
The Black Angels Passover Psychedelic rock Light in the Attic The Black Angels, Erik Wofford, Ross Ingram [188]
Built to Spill You in Reverse Indie rock Warner Bros. Doug Martsch, Steven Wray Lobdell [189]
Eagles of Death Metal Death by Sexy Garage rock, alternative rock, blues rock Downtown Josh Homme [190]
Edwin McCain Lost in America Alternative rock Vanguard [191]
Josephine Foster A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing Folk, psychedelic folk Locust Josephine Foster [192]
LL Cool J Todd Smith East Coast hip hop Def Jam Lyfe Jennings, Pharrell, Trackmasters, Keezo Kane, Bink! [193]
Punchline 37 Everywhere Pop punk Fueled by Ramen Shep Goodman, Kenny Gioia [194]
Queen Stone Cold Classics Rock, progressive rock Hollywood [195]
Rookie of the Year The Goodnight Moon Emo, indie rock One Eleven Ed Rose, Matthew Malpass [196]
Sam Roberts Chemical City Rock Universal Joseph Donovan [197]
Saves the Day Sound the Alarm Emo, pop punk Vagrant Steve Evetts [198]
Shonen Knife Genki Shock! Pop, punk Glue Factory Naoko Yamano, Atsushi Shibata, Tetsuya Kotani [199]
Toby Keith White Trash with Money Country Show Dog Nashville Toby Keith, Lari White [200]
April
12
Poets of the Fall Carnival of Rust Alternative rock, post-grunge, indie rock Insomniac Poets of the Fall [201]
April
17
The Charlatans Simpatico Alternative rock, reggae rock Sanctuary Jim Lowe, The Charlatans [202]
Miss Kittin A Bugged Out Mix Electronica, electroclash, techno Rough Trade, Resist Music, System Recordings Miss Kittin [203]
The Zutons Tired of Hanging Around Indie Deltasonic Stephen Street [204]
April
18
Adrian Belew Side Three Rock Sanctuary Adrian Belew [205]
A. J. Croce Cantos Seedling Records [206]
Da BackWudz Wood Work Southern hip hop Rowdy Records, Major-Way [207]
Crime in Stereo The Troubled Stateside Melodic hardcore Nitro Mike Sapone [208]
The Dresden Dolls Yes, Virginia... Dark cabaret Roadrunner Sean Slade, Paul Q. Kolderie, The Dresden Dolls [209]
Drive-By Truckers A Blessing and a Curse Alternative country, Southern rock, alternative rock New West David Barbe [210]
The Fiery Furnaces Bitter Tea Indie rock, experimental rock, electronic Fat Possum, Rough Trade Matthew Friedberger [211]
Gram Rabbit Cultivation Indie rock, shoegazing, space rock, psychedelic rock Stinky Records Ethan Allen, Todd Rutherford [212]
Ian Gillan Gillan's Inn Hard rock, heavy metal Immergent Nick Blagona, Michael Lee Jackson, Drew Thompson, John Trickett [213]
The Lovely Feathers Hind Hind Legs Indie rock Equator Records [214]
Maritime We, the Vehicles Indie pop Flameshovel Kristian Riley [215]
Mat Kearney Nothing Left to Lose Rock, hip hop, acoustic Aware, Columbia Robert Marvin, Mat Kearney [216]
Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs Under the Covers, Vol. 1 Rock Shout! Factory Matthew Sweet, Susanna Hoffs [217]
NOFX Wolves in Wolves' Clothing Punk rock, melodic hardcore Fat Wreck Chords Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore, Fat Mike [218]
Richard Butler Richard Butler Indie rock Koch Records Jon Carin, Richard Butler [219]
Spank Rock YoYoYoYoYo Hip hop, dirty rap, soul, electronic Big Dada XXXChange [220]
April
19
Christina Milian So Amazin' R&B Island, Mercury Christina Milian, Jay-Z, Cool & Dre, The Heavyweights [221]
April
21
OSI Free Progressive rock Inside Out Jim Matheos, Kevin Moore [222]
Scar Symmetry Pitch Black Progress Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast, Dream On Music Jonas Kjellgren [223]
April
24
Arctic Monkeys Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys? Indie rock, garage rock revival, post-punk revival, punk rock Domino Jim Abbiss, Mike Crossey [224]
Cult of Luna Somewhere Along the Highway Post-metal, sludge metal, progressive metal, post-rock Earache Cult of Luna [225]
Gnarls Barkley St. Elsewhere R&B Downtown, Atlantic Danger Mouse [226]
k.d. lang Reintarnation Country Sire, Rhino, Warner Bros. Dave Edmunds, Gay Delorme, k.d. lang, Ben Mink [227]
Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris All the Roadrunning Americana Mercury, Universal, Warner Bros. Mark Knopfler, Chuck Ainlay [228]
Therapy? One Cure Fits All Alternative metal, post-punk Spitfire Pedro Ferreira [229]
Wishbone Ash Clan Destiny Rock Eagle Andy Powell [230]
April
25
Bruce Springsteen We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions Americana, folk Columbia Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau [231]
The Coup Pick a Bigger Weapon West Coast hip hop Epitaph Boots Riley, Organized Elements [232]
Godsmack IV Alternative metal, hard rock, heavy metal Universal Republic Sully Erna, Andy Johns [233]
Goo Goo Dolls Let Love In Alternative rock, pop rock Warner Bros. Glen Ballard, Rob Cavallo [234]
Rock Kills Kid Are You Nervous? Alternative rock, indie rock, electronic rock, art punk, pop rock Reprise Mark Trombino [235]
Secret Machines Ten Silver Drops New prog, Space rock Reprise Secret Machines [236]
Survivor Reach Rock Frontiers Frankie Sullivan [237]
Taking Back Sunday Louder Now Alternative rock, emo pop, pop punk Warner Bros. Eric Valentine [238]
Tiësto In Search of Sunrise 5: Los Angeles Trance, progressive trance SongBird Tiësto [239]
Tokyo Police Club A Lesson in Crime Indie rock Paper Bag Records Jon Drew [240]
Tommy Bolin Whips and Roses Rock Steamhammer/SPV Greg Hampton [241]

MayEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
1
Snow Patrol Eyes Open Alternative rock, power pop Fiction, Polydor, A&M Jacknife Lee [242]
May
2
Alejandro Escovedo The Boxing Mirror Alternative rock, avant-rock, chicano rock, heartland rock Back Porch John Cale [243]
Brian Littrell Welcome Home Pop, pop rock Sony BMG, Reunion Terry Hemmings, Mark Kibble, Brian Littrell, Billy Mann, Dan Muckala, David Thomas [244]
Dysrhythmia Barriers and Passages Progressive rock Relapse [245]
Gary Moore Old New Ballads Blues Blues rock, hard rock Eagle Gary Moore [246]
Gomez How We Operate Rock, urban ATO, Shock, Independiente Gomez, Gil Norton [247]
Jewel Goodbye Alice in Wonderland Pop, pop rock, folk, folk rock Atlantic, Warner Bros. Rob Cavallo, Jewel [248]
Ministry Rio Grande Blood Industrial metal, thrash metal 13th Planet, Megaforce Al Jourgensen [249]
Mobb Deep Blood Money Hip hop Infamous, G-Unit, Interscope 50 Cent, Sha Money XL, The Alchemist, Chad Beatz, Dr. Dre, Exile, Fredwreck, Havoc, J.R. Rotem, K-Lassik Beats, Ky Miller, Mike Elizondo, Product & Whitton, Profile [250]
Neil Young Living with War Rock Reprise Neil Young, Niko Bolas, L.A. Johnson [251]
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Alternative rock, hard rock J Adam Kasper, Pearl Jam [252]
Sunset Rubdown Shut Up I Am Dreaming Alternative rock Absolutely Kosher [253]
Thursday A City by the Light Divided Post-hardcore, alternative rock Island Dave Fridmann [254]
Tool 10,000 Days Progressive metal Tool Dissectional, Volcano Tool [255]
May
8
Dirty Pretty Things Waterloo to Anywhere Garage rock revival, Post-punk revival Mercury, Vertigo Dave Sardy, Tony Doogan [256]
Enslaved Ruun Progressive metal, black metal, Viking metal Candlelight Enslaved [257]
Hoobastank Every Man for Himself Post-grunge, alternative rock Island Howard Benson [258]
Scott Walker The Drift Avant-garde 4AD Scott Walker, Peter Walsh [259]
May
9
The Black Heart Procession The Spell Indie rock Touch and Go The Black Heart Procession [260]
Chris Isaak Best of Chris Isaak Rock, rockabilly, roots rock Reprise Chris Isaak, Eric Rosse, Erik Jacobsen, John Shanks [261]
Girl Talk Night Ripper Mashup Illegal Art Gregg Gillis [262]
The Isley Brothers Baby Makin' Music R&B Def Soul Classics Tim & Bob, Ronald Isley, Troy Taylor, R. Kelly, Gordon Chambers, Manuel Seal, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox [263]
Jolie Holland Springtime Can Kill You Alternative country, folk Anti- Jolie Holland [264]
KMFDM Ruck Zuck Industrial KMFDM Records, Metropolis KMFDM [265]
Matmos The Rose Has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast Electronic Matador Drew Daniel, Martin Schmidt [266]
Nick Lachey What's Left of Me Pop rock Jive, Zomba Xandy Barry, Wally Gagel, Emanuel Kiriakou, Dan Muckala, Rob Wells, Anders Bagge, Andreas Carlsson, Peer Astrom [267]
Paul Simon Surprise Soft rock Warner Bros. Paul Simon [268]
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium Funk rock, alternative rock Warner Bros. Rick Rubin [269]
The Stills Without Feathers Indie rock Vice Gus Van Go [270]
Various artists Punk Goes 90's Punk rock, alternative rock, pop punk, post-hardcore Fearless [271]
May
10
The Poodles Metal Will Stand Tall Hard rock, glam metal Lionheart International Matti Alfonzetti, Johan Lyander [272]
May
11
Venetian Snares Cavalcade of Glee and Dadaist Happy Hardcore Pom Poms [273]
May
12
Jolin Tsai Dancing Diva Pop Capitol Adia, Paul Lee, Paula Ma, Yuri Chan, Peter Lee, Stanley Huang [274]
May
13
You Am I Convicts Rock Virgin Greg Wales [275]
May
15
Burial Burial Dubstep, UK garage, ambient Hyperdub Burial [276]
Feeder The Singles Rock, alternative rock The Echo Label, EMI Gil Norton, Grant Nicholas, Chris Sheldon, Brian Sperber [277]
Ignite Our Darkest Days Melodic hardcore, hardcore punk Abacus, Century Cameron Webb [278]
Phoenix It's Never Been Like That Indie pop, garage rock EMI, Source Records, Astralwerks, Arts & Crafts Phoenix [279]
May
16
Booka Shade Movements Electronic, house, downtempo, minimal Get Physical Music Booka Shade [280]
Cam'ron Killa Season Hip hop Diplomat, Asylum, Atlantic Cam'ron, The Alchemist, Pro-V, Charlmagne, Blackout Movement, Ty Fyffe, Jonathan Dugger, Headbangaz Entertainment, Nova, The Heatmakerz, Big Tyme, The Beat Firm, Stay Gettin' Productions, Chad Hamilton, I.N.F.O., Boola [281]
E.S.G. Screwed Up Movement Southern rap Sure Shot Recordings E.S.G., Chris Landry, Jordan Ponce, G-Bo, Big Swift, Sean Blaze, Phil, Marcus Lee, Chauncey, Puntin [282]
Mason Jennings Boneclouds Folk Epic Noah Georgeson, Mason Jennings [283]
The Raconteurs Broken Boy Soldiers Alternative rock, garage rock, power pop, psychedelic rock Third Man, XL, V2 Brendan Benson, Jack White [284]
The Twilight Singers Powder Burns Indie rock, alternative rock One Little Indian Greg Dulli, Mike Napolitano [285]
May
19
Anjani Blue Alert Pop Columbia Records Leonard Cohen [286]
The Format Dog Problems Indie pop The Vanity Label Steven McDonald [287]
Vetiver To Find Me Gone Folk rock Dicristina Stair Builders, FatCat Andy Cabic, Thom Monahan [288]
May
22
Hot Chip The Warning Electropop, indie electronic EMI, Astralwerks, DFA Hot Chip [289]
Pet Shop Boys Fundamental Synth-pop, electronica, disco, dark wave Parlophone, Rhino Trevor Horn, Pet Shop Boys [290]
May
23
Angels & Airwaves We Don't Need to Whisper Rock Geffen Tom DeLonge [291]
Astronautalis The Mighty Ocean & Nine Dark Theaters Hip hop Fighting Records [292]
The Classic Crime Albatross Alternative rock, pop punk, indie rock Tooth & Nail Michael "Elvis" Baskette [293]
Current 93 Black Ships Ate the Sky Neofolk Durtro Al Cisneros, Mark Logan, Tina Gordon [294]
Damone Out Here All Night Pop punk, power pop, hard rock, glam metal Island [295]
Def Leppard Yeah! Hard rock Mercury, Island Def Leppard [296]
Dixie Chicks Taking the Long Way Country Open Wide, Columbia Nashville Rick Rubin [297]
House of Lords World Upside Down Hard rock, glam metal Frontiers James Christian [298]
Kansas Works in Progress Progressive rock Compendia Intersound [299]
Less Than Jake In with the Out Crowd Pop punk, ska punk, pop rock Sire Howard Benson [300]
Michael Bolton Bolton Swings Sinatra Pop The Second Time Around, Concord Michael Bolton, Alex Christensen [301]
Mission of Burma The Obliterati Post-punk, indie rock Matador Bob Weston [302]
Murder by Death In Bocca al Lupo Indie rock, indie folk, alternative country Tent Show J. Robbins, Murder by Death [303]
Osaka Popstar Osaka Popstar and the American Legends of Punk Punk rock Misfits, Rykodisc John Cafiero [304]
Rhonda Vincent All American Bluegrass Girl Country, Bluegrass Rounder Rhonda Vincent, Brian Vincent [305]
Various artists American Idol Season 5: Encores Pop, rock RCA Records [306]
Various artists WWE Wreckless Intent Rock, pop, dance, hip hop, rapcore, heavy metal, alternative rock, nu metal, pop punk, metalcore Columbia Kevin Dunn, Jim Johnston [307]
The Wreckers Stand Still, Look Pretty Country Maverick, Warner Bros. Nashville Michelle Branch, Rick Depoli, John Leventhal, John Shanks, Paul Worley [308]
Yo Gotti Back 2 da Basics Southern hip hop, gangsta rap TVT Carlos Broady, Swizzo, Fate Eastwood, Scott Storch, Drumma Boy, Slicsee Tee, Keelyn Ellis, J$Mil [309]
May
26
Luca Turilli The Infinite Wonders of Creation Symphonic power metal Magic Circle Music, SPV Luca Turilli, Sascha Paeth, Joey DeMaio [310]
May
29
Boards of Canada Trans Canada Highway Electronic Warp, music70 Mike Sandison, Marcus Eoin, D. Philip Madson [311]
Celtic Frost Monotheist Extreme metal, black metal, death metal Century Media Celtic Frost, Peter Tägtgren [312]
Herbert Scale Electronic Studio !K7 Matthew Herbert [313]
Orson Bright Idea Pop rock, indie rock Mercury Noah Shain, Orson, Chad Rachild [314]
May
30
Alien Ant Farm Up in the Attic Alternative metal, alternative rock, punk rock, post-grunge Universal Jim Wirt [315]
Amy Millan Honey from the Tombs Indie pop, alternative country, bluegrass Arts & Crafts Ian Blurton [316]
The Forecast In the Shadow of Two Gunmen Emo, indie rock, country Victory John Naclerio [317]
George Thorogood & The Destroyers The Hard Stuff Boogie rock, blues rock Eagle Jim Gaines, The Delaware Destroyers, Tom Hambridge [318]
Les Claypool Of Whales and Woe Experimental rock, progressive rock Prawn Song Les Claypool [319]
Peeping Tom Peeping Tom Pop rock, trip hop, electronic rock, rap rock, alternative rock Ipecac Mike Patton, Dan the Automator, Amon Tobin, Jel, Odd Nosdam, Massive Attack, Dub Trio [320]
The Sound of Animals Fighting Lover, the Lord Has Left Us... Experimental rock, art rock, ambient Equal Vision Rich Balling [321]

JuneEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
3
The Replacements Don't You Know Who I Think I Was? College rock Rhino [322]
June
5
The Feeling Twelve Stops and Home Power pop Island, The Cherrytree Music Company The Feeling, Chris Potter, Andy Green [323]
Frightened Rabbit Sing the Greys Indie rock Hits the Fan, FatCat Marcus MacKay, Frightened Rabbit [324]
Oakenfold A Lively Mind Electronica Maverick, Perfecto Paul Oakenfold, Ian Green [325]
El Perro del Mar El Perro del Mar Pop Memphis Industries, The Control Group Sarah Assbring [326]
Primal Scream Riot City Blues Garage rock, blues rock, roots rock Columbia Youth [327]
June
6
AFI Decemberunderground Alternative rock, post-hardcore, emo, electronic rock Interscope Jerry Finn [328]
Alexi Murdoch Time Without Consequence Indie folk, folk rock, contemporary folk Zero Summer Records [329]
The Bouncing Souls The Gold Record Punk rock Epitaph Ted Hutt [330]
Camera Obscura Let's Get Out of This Country Indie pop Elefant, Merge Jari Haapalainen [331]
Cheap Trick Rockford Power pop Big3 Records Cheap Trick, Jim "Pinky Beeman, Julian Raymond, Jack Douglas, Steve Albini, Chris Shaw [332]
Cracker Greenland Alternative rock Cooking Vinyl David Lowery, John Morand, Mark Linkous [333]
Decyfer Down End of Grey Christian rock INO Jim Cooper, Tony Palacios [334]
Donavon Frankenreiter Move by Yourself Rock Lost Highway Donavon Frankenreiter, Neil Pogue [335]
Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint The River in Reverse R&B, jazz, soul Verve Forecast Joe Henry [336]
Frank Sinatra Jr. That Face! Jazz Rhino [337]
Head Automatica Popaganda Power pop, pop punk, alternative rock Warner Bros. Howard Benson [338]
Hed PE Back 2 Base X Punk rock Suburban Noize Jahred Gomes, Kevin Zinger, Brad Xavier [339]
The Hush Sound Like Vines Alternative rock, indie rock Decaydance, Fueled by Ramen Patrick Stump, Sean O'Keefe, Dan Duszynski [340]
Ice Cube Laugh Now, Cry Later West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap, political hip hop Lench Mob, Virgin, EMI Ice Cube, Lil Jon, Scott Storch, The Hitmen, Swizz Beatz, DJ Green Lantern, Emile, Warren G, Hallway Productionz, Bud'da, Sketch, Laylaw, D-Mac [341]
LeAnn Rimes Whatever We Wanna Pop rock Asylum-Curb, London Dann Huff [342]
The New Cars It's Alive! New wave Eleven Seven The New Cars [343]
Psapp The Only Thing I Ever Wanted Electronica Domino Psapp [344]
Red End of Silence Alternative metal, Christian rock, hard rock Essential, Sony BMG Rob Graves [345]
Shawnna Block Music Dirty rap, R&B Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam Vudu, Chucky Thompson, Xcel, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Tony Dinero, 110% Pure [346]
Smoosh Free to Stay Indie rock, pop Barsuk Jason McGerr [347]
Various artists Cars: The Soundtrack Pop, blues, country, rock Walt Disney Randy Newman [348]
Various artists Strummin' with the Devil: The Southern Side of Van Halen Bluegrass, country rock, blues rock CMH John Jorgenson [349]
The Wailin' Jennys Firecracker Folk Festival David Travers-Smith [350]
Yung Joc New Joc City Southern hip hop Bad Boy South, Block, Atlantic Diddy, Nitti, Deezle, DJ Dana, Blac Elvis, Milwaukee Black, Los Vegas, Chris Flame, Chino Dolla [351]
June
7
Nelly Furtado Loose Dance-pop, hip hop, R&B Interscope, Mosley Daryn Barry, Jim Beanz, Julio Reyes Copello, Danja, Nelly Furtado, Lester Mendez, Rick Nowels, Neal H. Pogue, Andy Rogers, Nisan Stewart, Timbaland, Gerald Eaton, Brian West [352]
June
9
Glenn Hughes Music for the Divine [353]
Luca Turilli's Dreamquest Lost Horizons [354]
June
12
36 Crazyfists Rest Inside the Flames Metalcore, post-hardcore, alternative metal DRT, Roadrunner Sal Villanueva [355]
Keane Under the Iron Sea Island Andy Green, Keane [356]
Sucioperro Random Acts of Intimacy Captains of Industry [357]
June
13
Allison Moorer Getting Somewhere Country, pop Sugar Hill Steve Earle [358]
Between the Buried and Me The Anatomy Of Victory Jamie King [359]
Billy Joel 12 Gardens Live Rock Columbia Steve Lillywhite, Billy Joel [360]
Blaine Larsen Rockin' You Tonight Country BNA, Giantslayer Rory Lee Feek, Tim Johnson [361]
Busta Rhymes The Big Bang East Coast hip hop, hardcore hip hop Aftermath, Flipmode, Interscope Dr. Dre, Busta Rhymes, Black Jeruz, DJ Green Lantern, DJ Scratch, J Dilla, Jellyroll, Swizz Beatz, Mark Batson, Mr. Porter, Nisan Stewart, Sha Money XL, Timbaland, will.i.am [362]
Dave Burrell and Billy Martin Consequences [363]
David Bazan Fewer Moving Parts [364]
Indigenous Chasing the Sun Vanguard [365]
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts Sinner Hard rock, alternative rock Blackheart Kenny Laguna, Ted Templeman, Bob Rock, Joey Levine, Joan Jett [366]
Joshua Radin We Were Here Acoustic, folk rock Columbia Chris Holmes [367]
The Reyes Brothers (Mellow Man Ace and Sen Dog) Ghetto Therapy Hip hop Latin Thug Entertainment [368]
Regina Spektor Begin to Hope Anti-folk, indie pop, chamber pop Sire David Kahne, Regina Spektor [369]
Shadows Fall Fallout from the War Metalcore, thrash metal Century Media Zeuss, Shadows Fall [370]
Sonic Youth Rather Ripped Alternative rock Geffen Sonic Youth, John Agnello [371]
Three Days Grace One-X Alternative rock, alternative metal Jive Howard Benson [372]
June
14
Nouvelle Vague Bande à Part Easy listening, lounge, bossa nova Peacefrog Marc Collin, Olivier Libaux, Avril [373]
Utada Hikaru Ultra Blue [374]
June
16
Metal Church A Light in the Dark Heavy metal, thrash metal SPV/Steamhammer Kurdt Vanderhoof [375]
June
17
The Butterfly Effect Imago Progressive rock, post-grunge, hard rock Modern Records, Village Roadshow Joe Barresi [376]
June
19
The Automatic Not Accepted Anywhere Indie rock, post-punk revival, alternative rock B-Unique, Polydor Stephen Harris, Richard Jackson, Ian Broudie [377]
Gorgoroth Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam Black metal Regain, Candlelight Herbrand Larsen [378]
June
20
Brightblack Morning Light Brightblack Morning Light Dream pop Matador [379]
Cute Is What We Aim For The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch Pop punk, power pop, emo pop Fueled by Ramen Matt Squire [380]
Donell Jones Journey of a Gemini R&B LaFace [381]
Field Mob Light Poles and Pine Trees Hip hop Disturbing tha Peace, Geffen Ken Jo, Jazze Pha, Polow da Don, Ole-E, Ckay1, Leslie Brathwaite, Vudu [382]
Frank Black Fast Man Raider Man Americana, alternative country, Southern soul, indie rock Cooking Vinyl Jon Tiven [383]
Front Line Assembly Artificial Soldier Industrial music, electro-industrial, drum and bass Metropolis Bill Leeb, Rhys Fulber, Chris Peterson [384]
Guster Ganging Up on the Sun Alternative rock Reprise Joe Pisapia, Jason Lehning, Ron Aniello [385]
Smokey Robinson Timeless Love New Door Records [386]
Underoath Define the Great Line Tooth & Nail Matt Goldman, Adam Dutkiewicz, Underoath [387]
June
26
Hammers of Misfortune The Locust Years Progressive metal Cruz del Sur Music [388]
India.Arie Testimony: Vol. 1, Life & Relationship R&B Universal Motown [389]
Lostprophets Liberation Transmission Visible Noise, Columbia Bob Rock [390]
June
27
Billy Talent Billy Talent II Alternative rock, punk rock, post-hardcore Atlantic Gavin "Golden" Brown, Ian D'Sa [391]
Catch 22 Permanent Revolution Ska punk Victory Catch 22 [392]
Cellador Enter Deception Power metal Metal Blade Erik Rutan [393]
Dashboard Confessional Dusk and Summer Alternative rock, emo Vagrant Don Gilmore, Daniel Lanois [394]
Tha Dogg Pound Cali Iz Active West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap Doggy Style, Koch Snoop Dogg, Battlecat, LT Moe, Swizz Beatz, J-Dub, Soopafly, Ryan Leslie, Rick Rock, David Banner, 1500 or Nothin', Bangladesh, Jazze Pha [395]
Dr. Octagon The Return of Dr. Octagon Alternative hip hop, underground hip hop OCD International One-Watt Sun [396]
Julie Roberts Men & Mascara Country Mercury Nashville Byron Gallimore, James Stroud [397]
Michael Franks Rendezvous in Rio Jazz, smooth jazz, cool jazz Koch John Rozenberg [398]
Rx Bandits ...And the Battle Begun Alternative rock, post-hardcore, experimental rock Mash Down Babylon Rx Bandits [399]
Warrant Born Again Hard rock, glam metal Deadline, Cleopatra Pat Regan [400]
June
28
Puffy AmiYumi Splurge Pop, rock Ki/oon, Tofu [401]

Third quarterEdit

JulyEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
2
Ziggy Marley Love Is My Religion Reggae Tuff Gong Worldwide Ross Hogarth, Ziggy Marley [402]
July
3
Muse Black Holes and Revelations Alternative rock, progressive rock, space rock Warner Bros., Helium-3 Rich Costey, Muse [403]
July
4
Johnny Cash American V: A Hundred Highways Country, Southern gothic, folk, gospel American, Lost Highway Rick Rubin [404]
Rise Against The Sufferer & the Witness Melodic hardcore Geffen Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore [405]
Spawn of Possession Noctambulant [406]
July
5
Andrew W.K. Close Calls with Brick Walls Rock Universal Andrew W.K. [407]
July
6
TV on the Radio Return to Cookie Mountain Alternative rock, indie rock, post-rock, electronic rock 4AD, Interscope, Touch and Go Dave Sitek [408]
July
7
Peaches Impeach My Bush Electronic, glam rock XL Greg Kurstin, Peaches, Mickey Petralia [409]
July
10
Thom Yorke The Eraser Electronica, alternative rock XL Nigel Godrich [410]
July
11
All That Remains The Fall of Ideals Metalcore Prosthetic, Razor & Tie Adam Dutkiewicz [411]
Benevento/Russo Duo Play Pause Stop Acid jazz, Rock Reincarnate Music Matt Chamberlain, Tom Biller [412]
Butch Walker The Rise and Fall of Butch Walker and the Let's-Go-Out-Tonites Alternative rock, pop rock Epic Butch Walker [413]
The Early November The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path Emo, indie rock, acoustic Drive-Thru Ace Enders, Chris Badami [414]
Phish Phish: Live in Brooklyn Rock JEMP Phish [415]
Pimp C Pimpalation Southern hip hop, hardcore hip hop Rap-A-Lot, Asylum, Atlantic Pimp C, J. Prince, Mr. Lee, Jazze Pha, Mike Dean, Beat Master Clay D, Myke Diesel, Salih Williams, Cory Mo, Mouse, Bangladesh [416]
Rhymefest Blue Collar Hip hop J, Allido Just Blaze, Kanye West, Terry Hunter, No I.D., Rhymefest, Cool & Dre, Mark Ronson, Miykal Snoddy, Mike Payne, Animal House, Emile, Cochise [417]
Seether One Cold Night Post-grunge, acoustic, alternative rock Wind-up Shaun Morgan [418]
Soul Asylum The Silver Lining Alternative rock Legacy John Fields, Steve Hodge [419]
Strapping Young Lad The New Black Extreme metal, industrial metal, progressive metal Century Media Devin Townsend, Strapping Young Lad [420]
Sufjan Stevens The Avalanche Art rock Asthmatic Kitty Sufjan Stevens [421]
Valient Thorr Legend of the World Psychedelic rock, stoner rock, hard rock, progressive rock Volcom Fred Archambault [422]
July
13
Lily Allen Alright, Still Pop, reggae, R&B Regal Iyiola Babalola, Pablo Cook, Future Cut, Greg Kurstin, Darren Lewis, Blair MacKichan, Mark Ronson, TMS [423]
July
15
Youth Group Casino Twilight Dogs [424]
July
17
Billy Ray Cyrus Wanna Be Your Joe [425]
Moloko Catalogue [426]
Paolo Nutini These Streets [427]
The Pipettes We Are The Pipettes [428]
Razorlight Razorlight [429]
July
18
Asesino Cristo Satánico [430]
Black Stone Cherry Black Stone Cherry Hard rock Roadrunner David Barrick, Richard Young [431]
Boot Camp Clik The Last Stand [432]
Eighteen Visions Eighteen Visions [433]
Eric Church Sinners Like Me [434]
Helmet Monochrome [435]
Los Lonely Boys Sacred [436]
N.O.R.E. N.O.R.E. y la Familia...Ya Tú Sabe [437]
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Don't You Fake It Post-hardcore Virgin [438]
Reel Big Fish Our Live Album Is Better than Your Live Album [439]
Rodney Atkins If You're Going Through Hell Country Curb Ted Hewitt, Rodney Atkins [440]
July
21
Bearfoot Follow Me Bluegrass, Americana Glacier Records Gene Libbea [441]
Chrome Division Doomsday Rock 'n Roll Hard rock Nuclear Blast Bjorn Bergersen [442]
July
24
James Dean Bradfield The Great Western Rock Columbia Dave Eringa, Guy Massey, Alex Silva, Greg Haver [443]
Venus Hum The Colors in the Wheel Electronic, pop Nettwerk, Mono-Fi Records [444]
July
25
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians Stranger Things Alternative rock, folk rock, jazz rock, Southern rock Fantasy, Brick Elephant Music Bryce Goggin, Edie Brickell & New Bohemians [445]
Gym Class Heroes As Cruel as School Children Alternative rock, alternative hip hop, rap rock Fueled by Ramen, Atlantic Patrick Stump [446]
Jurassic 5 Feedback Hip hop Interscope DJ Nu-Mark, Salaam Remi, Scott Storch, Bean One, Exile [447]
Landon Pigg LP Rock, Indie pop RCA Dan Brodbeck, Paul Ebersold, Clif Magness [448]
LeToya LeToya R&B, hip hop, hip hop soul, crunk&B, Southern hip hop Capitol LeToya Luckett, Dave Young, Scott Storch, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, Just Blaze, Gavin Luckett, Johntá Austin, Teddy Bishop, Jonathan "J.R." Rotem [449]
Linda Ronstadt with Ann Savoy Adieu False Heart Folk rock, Cajun, acoustic Vanguard Steve Buckingham [450]
The Long Winters Putting the Days to Bed Indie rock Barsuk John Roderick [451]
Midlake The Trials of Van Occupanther Progressive folk Bella Union Tim Smith, Midlake [452]
New York Dolls One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This Rock Roadrunner Jack Douglas [453]
Pharrell In My Mind Hip hop, R&B Star Trak, Interscope Pharrell Williams [454]
Sammy Hagar & The Waboritas Livin' It Up! Rock Cabo Wabo Music Bob Daspit [455]
Silversun Pickups Carnavas Alternative rock, indie rock, shoegazing, dream pop Dangerbird Dave Cooley [456]
Tom Petty Highway Companion Heartland rock Warner Bros., American Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell [457]
Voivod Katorz Heavy metal, progressive metal, thrash metal The End, Nuclear Blast, Victor Glen Robinson, Voivod [458]
July
28
Obie Trice Second Round's on Me Hip hop Shady, Interscope Eminem, Riggs Morales, Luis Resto, J.R. Rotem, Emile, Akon, Witt & Pep, Swinga, Trell, 9th Wonder [459]
July
31
Duels The Bright Lights and What I Should Have Learned Glam pop Nude James Ford [460]

AugustEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
1
DMX Year of the Dog... Again [461]
Five for Fighting Two Lights [462]
G. Love Lemonade [463]
Jeannie Ortega No Place Like BKLYN [464]
The Pink Spiders Teenage Graffiti [465]
Powerman 5000 Destroy What You Enjoy [466]
Showbread Age of Reptiles [467]
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May Alternative metal, post-grunge, hard rock Roadrunner Nick Raskulinecz [468]
August
8
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain Post-metal, folk metal, black metal, doom metal The End Agalloch, John Haughm, Ronn Chick [469]
Ani DiFranco Reprieve Indie rock, folk rock Righteous Babe Ani DiFranco [470]
Breaking Benjamin Phobia Alternative metal, post-grunge, hard rock Hollywood David Bendeth [471]
Cassie Cassie R&B, pop, experimental R&B NextSelection, Bad Boy, Atlantic Ryan Leslie, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Harve Pierre [472]
C-Bo Money to Burn West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap West Coast Mafia Records J. Mills, King James, Mike Dean, Rhythm D, Tracc Addict [473]
Comets on Fire Avatar Psychedelic rock, indie rock Sub Pop [474]
Daughters Hell Songs Mathcore, noise rock Hydra Head [475]
Gatsbys American Dream Gatsbys American Dream Progressive rock, indie rock, pop punk Fearless Bobby Darling, Casey Bates [476]
Gin Blossoms Major Lodge Victory Alternative rock, power pop Hybrid Recordings John Hampton, Jesse Valenzuela, Danny Wilde [477]
Have Heart The Things We Carry Hardcore punk, youth crew Bridge 9 [478]
Heartless Bastards All This Time Blues rock Fat Possum Brian Niesz [479]
hellogoodbye Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! Emo pop, pop punk, pop Drive-Thru Matt Mahaffey, Jeff Turzo, Forrest Kline [480]
Jonas Brothers It's About Time Rock Columbia, INO, Daylight Michael Mangini, Steve Greenberg [481]
Matthew Friedberger Winter Women and Holy Ghost Language School Indie rock 859 Recordings, Thrill Jockey Matthew Friedberger, Bill Skibbe [482]
Meg & Dia Something Real Indie rock Doghouse Records Stacy Jones, Bill Lefler [483]
Nina Gordon Bleeding Heart Graffiti Rock Warner Bros. Bob Rock [484]
Rick Ross Port of Miami Hip hop Slip-n-Slide, Def Jam, Poe Boy Cool & Dre, Jazze Pha, DJ Khaled, J. Venom, DJ Toomp, Mario Winans, The Runners, J.R. Rotem, Akon [485]
Slayer Christ Illusion Thrash metal American, Warner Bros. Rick Rubin, Josh Abraham [486]
Todd Snider The Devil You Know Folk New Door Records Eric McConnell, Todd Snider, Will Kimbrough [487]
Steve Holy Brand New Girlfriend Country Curb Mike Curb, Doug Johnson, Michael Lloyd, Lee Thomas Miller [488]
Unearth III: In the Eyes of Fire Metalcore Metal Blade Terry Date [489]
August
9
Christina Aguilera Back to Basics Pop, R&B RCA Christina Aguilera, Ben Allen, Big Tank, Charles Martin Roane, DJ Premier, Kwamé, Linda Perry, Rich Harrison, Mark Ronson, L Boogie, Tony Reyes, Q, Rob Lewis [490]
August
14
Peter Bjorn and John Writer's Block Indie pop, indie rock Wichita, V2, Startime Peter Morén, Björn Yttling, John Eriksson [491]
Stacie Orrico Beautiful Awakening R&B, pop Virgin Stacie Orrico, Marcellus "Handz Down" Dawson, Dallas Austin, Dwayne Bastiany, KayGee, The Underdogs, Terence "Tramp Baby" Abney, She'kspere, Lashaunda "Babygirl" Carr, Trendsettas, Track & Field, Dent [492]
August
15
Cham Ghetto Story Dancehall, reggae fusion Roadhouse, Asylum, Atlantic Dave Kelly, Tony Kelly [493]
Cherish Unappreciated R&B Sho'nuff Records, Capitol Jazze Pha, Jasper Cameron, Don Vito [494]
Joanna This Crazy Life Pop rock, soul Geffen Ron Fair [495]
Layzie Bone The New Revolution [496]
Leigh Nash Blue on Blue Pop One Son Pierre Marchand [497]
Lyfe Jennings The Phoenix R&B, hip hop Sony Urban Music, Columbia Lyfe Jennings [498]
The Panic Channel One Alternative rock, post-hardcore Capitol Josh Abraham, Ryan Williams, Brian Virtue [499]
Trace Adkins Dangerous Man Country Capitol Nashville Frank Rogers, Dann Huff, Casey Beathard, Kenny Beard, Trace Adkins [500]
August
21
André Ethier Secondathallam Indie rock Paper Bag [501]
The Mountain Goats Get Lonely [502]
August
22
Against Me! Americans Abroad!!! Against Me!!! Live in London!!! Punk rock Fat Wreck Chords [503]
Alexisonfire Crisis Post-hardcore, melodic hardcore Distort Entertainment Julius Butty, Alexisonfire [504]
Boys Like Girls Boys Like Girls Pop punk, pop rock, power pop, alternative rock, emo Columbia, Red Matt Squire [505]
Cursive Happy Hollow Indie rock Saddle Creek Tim Kasher, Mike Mogis [506]
Danity Kane Danity Kane R&B Bad Boy, Atlantic Arnþór Birgisson, Timbaland, Bryan Michael Cox, Mario Winans, Danja, D-Dot, Rodney Jerkins, Jim Jonsin, Ryan Leslie, Scott Storch, WyldCard, Rami Yacoub [507]
Deicide The Stench of Redemption Death metal Earache Steve Asheim [508]
The Devil Wears Prada Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord Metalcore Rise Joey Sturgis [509]
Gov't Mule High & Mighty Blues rock, hard rock, Southern rock ATO Gordie Johnson, Warren Haynes [510]
J Dilla The Shining Hip hop BBE J Dilla, Madlib, Karriem Riggins, J. Rocc [511]
Junior Boys So This Is Goodbye Synth-pop Domino Junior Boys [512]
Kelis Kelis Was Here R&B Jive Bangladesh, Bloodshy & Avant, Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd, Cool & Dre, Dr. Luke, Damon Elliott, J. Erving, Sean Garrett, CeeLo Green, Jake and the Phatman, Kelis, Knobody, Max Martin, Mark Pitts, Polow da Don, Raphael Saadiq, Scott Storch, Teddy "Bear", will.i.am [513]
Lamb of God Sacrament Groove metal, thrash metal, melodic death metal Epic, Prosthetic Machine [514]
Maná Amar es Combatir Latin rock WEA Latina Fher Olvera, Alex González [515]
Nomeansno All Roads Lead to Ausfahrt Punk rock Wrong Records, AntAcidAudio, Southern [516]
Outkast Idlewild Hip hop, swing LaFace, Jive André 3000, Big Boi, Deep Cotton, Janelle Monáe, Jeminesse Smith, Kevin Kendricks, Mr. DJ, Organized Noize, Whild Peach [517]
Paris Hilton Paris Pop Warner Bros. Scott Storch, Fernando Garibay, Sheppard Solomon, J. R. Rotem, Dr. Luke, Greg Wells, Kara DioGuardi, Rob Cavallo, Paris Hilton, Tom Whalley [518]
Pat Green Cannonball Country BNA Don Gehman, Justin Andrew Pollard [519]
The Thermals The Body, the Blood, the Machine Indie rock, post-punk revival Sub Pop Brendan Canty [520]
August
26
Jessica Simpson A Public Affair Pop, R&B Epic Jessica Simpson, Lester Mendez, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Cory Rooney, Dan Shea, Scott Storch, Stargate, Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello [521]
August
28
Charlotte Gainsbourg 5:55 Indie pop, dream pop Because Music, Atlantic, Vice Nigel Godrich [522]
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death [523]
Kasabian Empire [524]
August
29
5th Projekt Circadian Neo-classical romanticism, nu gaze, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, indie rock, art rock, indie folk, ambient Organik Rekords 5th Projekt [525]
Beenie Man Undisputed [526]
Bob Dylan Modern Times Folk rock, blues, rockabilly, Americana Columbia Jack Frost [527]
BT This Binary Universe Ambient, electronica, glitch Binary Acoustics, DTS Entertainment BT [528]
Chantal Kreviazuk Ghost Stories Pop rock Sony BMG Music Canada Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida [529]
Dream Theater Score – 20th Anniversary World Tour Symphonic metal, progressive metal, progressive rock Rhino Entertainment Ethan Mesmer [530]
Gwar Beyond Hell [531]
Hatebreed Supremacy Metalcore Roadrunner Zeuss [532]
Jin 100 Grand Jin Draft Records [533]
Kenn Starr Starr Status [534]
Motörhead Kiss of Death [535]
Pete Yorn Nightcrawler [536]
Ray LaMontagne Till the Sun Turns Black [537]
The Roots Game Theory [538]
Tanya Stephens Rebelution [539]
Too $hort Blow the Whistle [540]
Young Dro Best Thang Smokin' [541]

SeptemberEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
1
Beyoncé B'Day R&B Columbia, Music World Entertainment, Sony Urban Beyoncé Knowles, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Sean Garrett, Rich Harrison, Walter Millsap III, Candace Nelson, The Neptunes, Rudy Pérez, Shaffer "Ne-Yo" Smith, Stargate, Kasseem "Swizz Beatz" Dean, Shea Taylor, The Underdogs, Cameron Wallace [542]
Blind Guardian A Twist in the Myth Power metal, progressive metal Nuclear Blast Charlie Bauerfeind [543]
Jon Oliva's Pain Maniacal Renderings Heavy metal AFM Jon Oliva, Greg Marchak, Christopher Kinder [544]
September
4
Audioslave Revelations Hard rock, alternative rock, alternative metal, funk metal Epic, Interscope Brendan O'Brien [545]
Basement Jaxx Crazy Itch Radio House XL, Astralwerks, Interscope Simon Ratcliffe, Felix Buxton [546]
Gary Moore The Platinum Collection Blues rock, hard rock EMI International Gary Moore [547]
Hybrid I Choose Noise Trip hop, nu skool breaks, electronica Distinct'ive Breaks Hybrid [548]
September
5
The Black Maria A Shared History of Tragedy Alternative rock Victory Mike Green [549]
C-Murder The Tru Story: Continued Gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop Koch Records Fiend, Donald "XL" Robertson, KLC, Carlos Stephens [550]
Grizzly Bear Yellow House Indie folk, indie rock, psychedelic folk, folk rock, baroque pop Warp Chris Taylor [551]
Jars of Clay Good Monsters Rock Essential Records Jars of Clay [552]
Wiz Khalifa Show and Prove East Coast hip hop Rostrum Benjy Grinberg, Johnny Juliano, I.D. Labs, Black Czer, Nesia Beatz, The Resource, Champ Super [553]
September
8
Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds Pop Jive, Zomba Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Danja, JAWBreakers, Rick Rubin [554]
Kim Wilde Never Say Never Pop rock EMI Ricky Wilde, Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen [555]
The Mars Volta Amputechture Progressive rock Gold Standard Laboratories, Universal Omar Rodríguez-López [556]
September
11
The Fratellis Costello Music Indie rock, garage rock revival Fallout, Drop the Gun Tony Hoffer [557]
Jakob Solace Post-rock, instrumental rock Midium Records, Graveface Records David Holmes [558]
The Matches Decomposer Art punk, indie rock, pop punk, post-punk revival Epitaph Miles Hurwitz, Mark Hoppus, Matt Radosevich, John Feldmann, Mike Green, Johnny Genius, Ryan Divine, Nick Hexum, Tim Armstrong, Brett Gurewitz [559]
R.E.M. And I Feel Fine... The Best of the I.R.S. Years 1982–1987 Alternative rock EMI, I.R.S. Mitch Easter, Don Dixon, Joe Boyd, Don Gehman, Scott Litt, R.E.M. [560]
Stephanie McIntosh Tightrope Pop Universal Tom Nichols, Rami Yacoub, Carl Falk, Peter Zizzo, Greg Kurstin, Klaus Derendorf [561]
September
12
Barenaked Ladies Barenaked Ladies Are Me Alternative rock Desperation Records Barenaked Ladies [562]
The Black Keys Magic Potion Garage rock, blues rock Nonesuch The Black Keys [563]
Black Label Society Shot to Hell Heavy metal Roadrunner Zakk Wylde, Michael Beinhorn [564]
Bob Seger Face the Promise Hard rock, heartland rock, country rock Capitol Bob Seger [565]
Chris Thile How to Grow a Woman from the Ground Bluegrass, progressive bluegrass Sugar Hill Chris Thile [566]
Destroy the Runner Saints Metalcore, melodic metalcore Solid State Destroy the Runner, Steve Russell [567]
Daz Dillinger So So Gangsta West Coast hip hop So So Def, Virgin Jermaine Dupri, Daz Dillinger, Scott Storch, No I.D. [568]
Electric Six Switzerland Rock Metropolis Peters & Peters [569]
Everclear Welcome to the Drama Club Rock Eleven Seven Music A. P. Alexakis [570]
Ike Turner Risin' with the Blues Blues, electric blues Zoho Roots Ike Turner Jr., Roger Nemour [571]
John Mayer Continuum Pop rock Aware, Columbia John Mayer, Steve Jordan [572]
Lionel Richie Coming Home R&B Island Records Dallas Austin, Chuckii Booker, Jerry Duplessis, Jermaine Dupri, Sean Garrett, Jake and the Phatman, Wyclef Jean, Rodney Jerkins, Antonio "L.A." Reid, Lionel Richie, Raphael Saadiq, Roberto Sam Screnci, Manuel Seal, Stargate, Tone Depth [573]
Madeleine Peyroux Half the Perfect World Jazz Rounder, Universal Larry Klein [574]
Mastodon Blood Mountain Progressive metal, sludge metal Warner Bros., Reprise Matt Bayles, Mastodon [575]
Norma Jean Redeemer Metalcore, post-metal Solid State, Century, Abacus Ross Robinson [576]
Ornette Coleman Sound Grammar Free jazz Sound Grammar Ornette Coleman, Michaela Deiss [577]
Papa Roach The Paramour Sessions Hard rock, alternative metal, alternative rock Geffen Howard Benson [578]
Peter Frampton Fingerprints Instrumental rock, blues rock, jazz rock A&M, Polydor Peter Frampton [579]
Plain White T's Every Second Counts Pop punk Hollywood, Fearless Johnny K [580]
The Rapture Pieces of the People We Love Dance-punk, post-punk revival, alternative dance Universal Motown, Vertigo Danger Mouse, Paul Epworth, Ewan Pearson [581]
Robert Cray Live from Across the Pond Blues Vanguard Robert Cray [582]
Shawn Colvin These Four Walls Country rock, pop Nonesuch John Leventhal [583]
Sugarcult Lights Out Alternative rock, pop punk Fearless, V2 Gavin MacKillop [584]
Swollen Members Black Magic Hip hop Battleaxe Madchild, Marcello De Cotiis [585]
Teddybears Soft Machine Electronic rock Big Beat, Columbia Teddybears, Phat Phabe [586]
Veruca Salt IV Alternative rock, indie rock Sympathy for the Record Industry Rae DeLio, Louise Post [587]
Xasthur Subliminal Genocide Black metal Hydra Head, Battle Kommand Records Scott "Malefic" Conner [588]
Yo La Tengo I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass Indie rock Matador Roger Moutenot [589]
September
13
Fergie The Dutchess [590]
September
15
Krokus Hellraiser [591]
Napalm Death Smear Campaign Grindcore Century Media Russ Russell [592]
Scissor Sisters Ta-Dah [593]
September
18
Elton John The Captain & the Kid [594]
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly The Chronicles of a Bohemian Teenager [595]
Level 42 Retroglide [596]
Paulina Rubio Ananda [597]
WarCry La Quinta Esencia [598]
September
19
Ben Kweller Ben Kweller Indie rock ATO Gil Norton [599]
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Thug Stories Midwest hip hop Mo Thugs Records, ThugLine, A2Z Ent., Koch Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Steve Lobel, DJ U-Neek, Kush n Kato, The Platinum Brothers, Kenny McCloud, Steve Pageot, Steve Estiverne, Mally Mall, DJ Mauly T, Ree Dogg, Big Rush, Thin C [600]
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy The Letting Go Alternative country, folk rock Drag City Valgeir Sigurðsson [601]
Chingy Hoodstar Hip hop DTP Jermaine Dupri, Mr. Collipark, Mannie Fresh, The Trak Starz, Timbaland, DJ Paul & Juicy J, Pauly Paul [602]
Clay Aiken A Thousand Different Ways Pop RCA, 19 John Fields, Jaymes Foster [603]
Diana Krall From This Moment On Jazz Verve Diana Krall, Tommy LiPuma [604]
Diecast Internal Revolution Metalcore Century Media Paul Trust [605]
DJ Shadow The Outsider Universal Motown, Island DJ Shadow [606]
Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton Knives Don't Have Your Back Indie pop Last Gang Emily Haines [607]
Fear Before the March of Flames The Always Open Mouth Post-hardcore, experimental rock Equal Vision Casey Bates [608]
Indigo Girls Despite Our Differences Folk rock Hollywood Mitchell Froom [609]
Jane's Addiction Up from the Catacombs – The Best of Jane's Addiction Alternative rock, alternative metal Rhino [610]
Jedi Mind Tricks Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell Underground hip hop Babygrande Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind [611]
Jesse McCartney Right Where You Want Me Pop rock Hollywood Jon Lind, Sherry Kondor, Andy Dodd, Adam Watts, John Shanks, Kara DioGuardi, Marti Frederiksen, Emanuel Kiriakou, Dory Lobel [612]
Jonny Lang Turn Around Gospel, blue-eyed soul, R&B, Christian rock A&M Drew and Shannon, Jonny Lang [613]
Joseph Arthur Nuclear Daydream Alternative rock Lonely Astronaut Joseph Arthur [614]
Kenny Chesney Live: Live Those Songs Again Country BNA Buddy Cannon, Kenny Chesney [615]
Lupe Fiasco Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor Hip hop 1st & 15th, Atlantic Jay-Z, Charles "Chilly" Patton, Lupe Fiasco, The Neptunes, Kanye West, Mike Shinoda, Craig Kallman, Prolyfic, Needlz, Soundtrakk, Brandon Howard [616]
Mushroomhead Savior Sorrow Alternative metal Megaforce Mushroomhead, Steve Felton, Bill Korecky [617]
New Found Glory Coming Home Soft rock, pop punk, alternative rock Geffen Thom Panunzio, New Found Glory [618]
Sloan Never Hear the End of It Rock, power pop Sony BMG Canada, Yep Roc, Murderecords Nick Detoro, Sloan [619]
Smash Mouth Summer Girl Surf rock, pop punk, psychedelic rock Beautiful Bomb Jeffrey Saltzman [620]
Suffocation Suffocation Technical death metal Relapse Suffocation [621]
September
22
Falconer Northwind [622]
September
25
By Night A New Shape of Desperation [623]
Evanescence The Open Door Alternative metal, gothic rock Wind-up Dave Fortman [624]
John Lennon The U.S. vs. John Lennon [625]
Larrikin Love The Freedom Spark [626]
Paul McCartney Ecce Cor Meum [627]
Rhapsody of Fire Triumph or Agony [628]
Sparklehorse Dreamt for Light Years in the Belly of a Mountain [629]
UFO The Monkey Puzzle [630]
Wolf The Black Flame [631]
September
26
Alan Jackson Like Red on a Rose Country Arista Nashville Alison Krauss [632]
Aly & AJ Acoustic Hearts of Winter [633]
Amy Grant Time Again... Amy Grant Live [634]
Brian & Jenn Johnson We Believe [635]
Chris Tomlin See the Morning [636]
Escape the Fate Dying Is Your Latest Fashion Emo, post-hardcore Epitaph Ryan Baker, Michael "Elvis" Baskette [637]
Gloria Estefan The Very Best of Gloria Estefan [638]
Janet Jackson 20 Y.O. [639]
Jerry Lee Lewis Last Man Standing [640]
The Lemonheads The Lemonheads [641]
Ludacris Release Therapy [642]
Mario Vazquez Mario Vazquez [643]
MewithoutYou Brother, Sister [644]
My Morning Jacket Okonokos [645]
Samiam Whatever's Got You Down [646]
Saosin Saosin [647]
Tony Bennett Duets: An American Classic [648]
Vanessa Hudgens V [649]
"Weird Al" Yankovic Straight Outta Lynwood [650]
September
29
Amplifier Insider [651]
September
30
Jet Shine On Hard rock, alternative rock Atlantic, Capitol Dave Sardy [652]

Fourth quarterEdit

OctoberEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
2
Clark Body Riddle Electronica, techno, experimental, IDM, noise, nu jazz Warp Chris Clark [653]
The Datsuns Smoke & Mirrors Hard rock, garage rock revival V2 The Datsuns [654]
Diana Ross I Love You R&B, jazz EMI, Angel Peter Asher, Diana Ross [655]
Dover Follow the City Lights Electropop Capitol-EMI Daniel Alcover [656]
The Killers Sam's Town Alternative rock, indie rock Island Flood, The Killers, Alan Moulder [657]
Panda Amantes Sunt Amentes Pop rock Movic Records, Warner Adrián "Rojo" Treviño [658]
Sean Lennon Friendly Fire Alternative rock Parlophone, Capitol, EMI Sean Lennon [659]
October
3
Amos Lee Supply and Demand Folk rock, jazz rock, neo soul Blue Note Barrie Maguire [660]
Beach House Beach House Dream pop, indie pop Carpark [661]
Beck The Information Alternative rock, alternative hip hop Interscope Nigel Godrich [662]
Brazil The Philosophy of Velocity Rock Immortal Dave Fridmann, Brazil [663]
Chris Young Chris Young Neotraditional country RCA Nashville Buddy Cannon [664]
The Decemberists The Crane Wife Indie rock, folk rock, progressive rock Capitol, Rough Trade Tucker Martine, Christopher Walla [665]
George Strait It Just Comes Natural Country MCA Nashville George Strait, Tony Brown [666]
Gloria Estefan The Essential Gloria Estefan Pop Epic, Legacy Emilio Estefan [667]
Hall & Oates Home for Christmas Rock, Christmas U-Watch Greg Bieck, Daryl Hall, Tom "T-Bone" Wolk [668]
He Is Legend Suck Out the Poison Hard rock, alternative metal, metalcore, stoner rock, Southern rock, sludge Solid State, Century Media Steve Evetts [669]
The Hold Steady Boys and Girls in America Indie rock Vagrant John Agnello [670]
Lindsey Buckingham Under the Skin Rock Reprise Lindsey Buckingham, Rob Cavallo [671]
Monica The Makings of Me R&B, hip hop J Monica, Jermaine Dupri, Craig Brockman, Miguel Castro, Bryan-Michael Cox, Anthony Dent, Missy Elliott, Sean Garrett, Cliff Jones, Lamb, Harold Lilly, David Lindsey, LRoc, Manuel Seal, Swizz Beatz, Steve Russell, Tank, The Underdogs [672]
Pillar The Reckoning Alternative metal, hard rock Flicker Travis Wyrick [673]
Planes Mistaken for Stars Mercy Post-hardcore, heavy metal, emo Abacus Matt Bayles [674]
Robin Thicke The Evolution of Robin Thicke R&B Star Trak, Interscope Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, Pro J, The Neptunes [675]
Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 Olé! Tarantula Alternative rock Yep Roc Kurt Bloch [676]
Skillet Comatose Alternative metal, Christian metal, Christian rock Lava, Ardent, Atlantic Brian Howes, John L. Cooper, Zachary Kelm [677]
Sleepy Brown Mr. Brown [678]
South Park Mexican When Devils Strike [679]
Spitalfield Better than Knowing Where You Are [680]
Unk Beat'n Down Yo Block! [681]
The Visionaries We Are the Ones (We've Been Waiting For) [682]
October
6
Tim Finn Imaginary Kingdom [683]
October
9
Albert Hammond Jr. Yours to Keep [684]
Bright Eyes Noise Floor (Rarities: 1998–2005) [685]
October
10
120 Days 120 Days [686]
Apoptygma Berzerk You and Me Against the World Alternative rock Metropolis Apoptygma Berzerk [687]
Bette Midler Cool Yule [688]
The Blood Brothers Young Machetes Post-hardcore V2 [689]
Califone Roots & Crowns [690]
Cobra Starship While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets [691]
Cold War Kids Robbers & Cowards [692]
The Gothic Archies The Tragic Treasury: Songs from A Series of Unfortunate Events Indie pop Nonesuch The Gothic Archies [693]
Heartland I Loved Her First Country Lofton Creek Walt Aldridge [694]
James Taylor James Taylor at Christmas Christmas Columbia Dave Grusin, Russ Titelman, James Taylor, Charlie Paakkari [695]
Jay Reatard Blood Visions Garage rock, punk rock In the Red, Fat Possum [696]
Jimmy Buffett Take the Weather with You Country Mailboat, RCA Stan Kellam, Mac McAnally, Michael Utley [697]
k-os Atlantis: Hymns for Disco [698]
Lee Jung-hyun Fantastic Girl [699]
Lloyd Banks Rotten Apple [700]
Melvins (A) Senile Animal [701]
Rod Stewart Still the Same... Great Rock Classics of Our Time [702]
Sammie Sammie [703]
Senses Fail Still Searching Post-hardcore, screamo Vagrant [704]
Sister Hazel Absolutely [705]
Sting Songs from the Labyrinth [706]
Trivium The Crusade [707]
October
14
Frenzal Rhomb Forever Malcolm Young Punk rock Shock, Fat Wreck Chords [708]
October
16
Badly Drawn Boy Born in the U.K. [709]
Fishbone Still Stuck in Your Throat [710]
Tim Hecker Harmony in Ultraviolet [711]
October
17
Aerosmith Devil's Got a New Disguise: The Very Best of Aerosmith [712]
Cradle of Filth Thornography [713]
Diddy Press Play [714]
Dierks Bentley Long Trip Alone Country Capitol Nashville [715]
Glenn Danzig Black Aria II [716]
Hi-Tek Hi-Teknology²: The Chip [717]
JoJo The High Road [718]
LCD Soundsystem 45:33 [719]
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes Love Their Country [720]
Ruben Studdard The Return [721]
Sarah McLachlan Wintersong [722]
The Tragically Hip World Container [723]
Twisted Sister A Twisted Christmas [724]
Various artists God's Country: George Jones and Friends [725]
Vince Gill These Days [726]
Xzibit Full Circle [727]
October
18
HammerFall Threshold [728]
Roxette The Rox Box/Roxette 86–06 [729]
Roxette A Collection of Roxette Hits: Their 20 Greatest Songs! [730]
October
20
Eisbrecher Antikörper [731]
Lucie Silvas The Same Side [732]
Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose [733]
Winger IV [734]
October
21
Sarah Blasko What the Sea Wants, the Sea Will Have Alternative Dew Process Sarah Blasko, Robert F. Cranny, Jim Moginie [735]
October
23
My Chemical Romance The Black Parade Alternative rock, emo, pop punk, post-hardcore, punk rock Reprise Rob Cavallo, My Chemical Romance [736]
Girls Aloud The Sound of Girls Aloud: The Greatest Hits Pop Fascination Brian Higgins, Xenomania [737]
Isobel Campbell Milkwhite Sheets Folk V2 Isobel Campbell [738]
The Ordinary Boys How to Get Everything You Ever Wanted in Ten Easy Steps Indie rock, Britpop B-Unique, Polydor Plastic Man [739]
Pet Shop Boys Concrete Pop Parlophone Trevor Horn [740]
Robbie Williams Rudebox Dance Chrysalis Soul Mekanik, Mark Ronson, Pet Shop Boys, Brandon Christy & Craig Russo, William Orbit, Joey Negro, Jerry Meehan [741]
Venetian Snares Hospitality Planet Mu [742]
October
24
The Blow Paper Television Indie rock K The Blow [743]
Brian Setzer 13 Rock and roll, Rockabilly Surfdog Brian Setzer, Dave Darling [744]
Converge No Heroes Metalcore Epitaph Kurt Ballou [745]
George Jones and Merle Haggard Kickin' Out the Footlights...Again Country Bandit Merle Haggard, Lou Bradley, Keith Stegall [746]
Jibbs Jibbs Featuring Jibbs Hip hop Geffen, Interscope Da Beatstaz, Zaytoven, David Banner, Polow da Don, Vaushaun "Maestro" Brooks, Dr. Luke [747]
John Legend Once Again R&B, neo soul GOOD, Sony Music Kanye West, John Legend, Dave Tozer, will.i.am, Raphael Saadiq, Craig Street, Sa-Ra, Eric Hudson, Devo Springsteen, Avenue [748]
Moby Go – The Very Best of Moby Techno, electronica V2, Mute Moby [749]
Montgomery Gentry Some People Change Country Columbia Nashville Troy Gentry, Eddie Montgomery, Rivers Rutherford, Jeffrey Steele, Mark Wright [750]
Paul Stanley Live to Win Hard rock New Door Paul Stanley [751]
Shareefa Point of No Return R&B, hip hop Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam Rodney Jerkins, Teddy Riley, Salaam Remi, Chucky Thompson, The Hitmen, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League [752]
Skid Row Revolutions per Minute Heavy metal SPV/Steamhammer, Victor Michael Wagener [753]
Smile Empty Soul Vultures Alternative metal, post-grunge Bieler Bros. James Murray, Smile Empty Soul [754]
Sparta Threes Alternative rock, post-hardcore Hollywood, Anti- Dave Bassett [755]
Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Country Big Machine Scott Borchetta, Nathan Chapman, Robert Ellis Orrall [756]
Various artists Hannah Montana Soundtrack Pop rock, teen pop Walt Disney Antonina Armato, Mike Deneen, Andy Dodd, Eddie Galan, Matthew Gerrard, Jamie Houston, Tim James, Jay Landers, Andrew Lane, Marco Marinangeli, Adam Watts [757]
The Walkmen "Pussy Cats" Starring the Walkmen Indie rock Record Collection The Walkmen [758]
October
25
Cornelius Sensuous [759]
Europe Secret Society [760]
October
27
Amy Winehouse Back to Black Soul, rhythm and blues, contemporary R&B, neo soul Island Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi [761]
Tarot Crows Fly Black Heavy metal, power metal King Foo Entertainment J. Tolsa, M. Hietala [762]
October
30
Bring Me the Horizon Count Your Blessings Deathcore Earache Dan Sprigg, Bring Me the Horizon [763]
The Haunted The Dead Eye Thrash metal, melodic death metal, groove metal Century Media Tue Madsen, The Haunted [764]
I Am Kloot BBC Radio 1 John Peel Sessions Indie rock Skinny Dog Simon Askew, Jerry Smith [765]
Thunder Robert Johnson's Tombstone Hard rock STC Recordings Luke Morley [766]
The Who Endless Wire Rock Polydor, Universal Republic Pete Townshend, Bob Pridden, Billy Nicholls [767]
October
31
Aimee Mann One More Drifter in the Snow Rock, Christmas SuperEgo Paul Bryan [768]
Bad Brains Live at CBGB 1982 Hardcore punk, reggae Reggae Lounge [769]
Barry Manilow The Greatest Songs of the Sixties Easy listening, pop Arista Clive Davis, David Benson, Barry Manilow [770]
Birdman & Lil Wayne Like Father, Like Son Southern hip hop, gangsta rap Cash Money, Universal T-Mix, Scott Storch, Jim Jonsin, DJ Nasty, LVM, Angel, Robin Thicke [771]
Burden Brothers Mercy Hard rock Kirtland Joe Chiccarelli, David Castell [772]
Copeland Eat, Sleep, Repeat Indie rock, alternative rock The Militia Group TMG-049, Columbia Aaron Marsh, Matt Goldman [773]
Craig Morgan Little Bit of Life Country Broken Bow Craig Morgan, Keith Stegall, Phil O'Donnell [774]
Cross Canadian Ragweed Back to Tulsa – Live and Loud at Cain's Ballroom Americana Universal South [775]
Dead Poetic Vices Alternative rock, hard rock Tooth & Nail Aaron Sprinkle [776]
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist Maverick Bob Ezrin, Shaun Lopez, Deftones [777]
Flashlight Brown Blue Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock Hollywood Rob Cavallo [778]
Flavor Flav Flavor Flav East Coast hip hop Draytown Records Craig Valentino Williams, Charles Hester, Tracy Pierce, Clinton Sands, Andrew Williams [779]
Isis In the Absence of Truth Post-metal, progressive rock, experimental rock Ipecac Isis, Matt Bayles [780]
Jeremy Camp Beyond Measure Contemporary Christian music BEC Ron Aniello, Aaron Sprinkle, Andy Dodd, Adam Watts, Steve Hindalong, Marc Byrd [781]
John Fogerty The Long Road Home – In Concert Roots rock, swamp rock, heartland rock, Southern rock Fantasy John Fogerty [782]
Kellie Pickler Small Town Girl Country BNA, 19 Blake Chancey [783]
Kevin Federline Playing with Fire Hip hop Federation Britney Spears, Bosko, Christopher Notes Olsen, Fingers & Twirp, J.R. Rotem, Versatile, Young Classic [784]
Lady Sovereign Public Warning Grime Def Jam Lady Sovereign, Basement Jaxx, Dr. Luke, Medasyn [785]
Nellie McKay Pretty Little Head Pop, rock Hungry Mouse, SpinART, Rykodisc Robin Pappas, Nellie McKay [786]
Newsboys Go Christian rock, pop rock Inpop Tedd T., Peter Furler [787]
Pitbull El Mariel Hip hop TVT, Bad Boy Latino Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Armando "Pitbull" Pérez, Diaz Brothers, Lil Jon, DJ Khaled, Mr. Collipark, Jim Jonsin, The Runners, Pharrell Williams, Gorilla Tek, DJ Rob-N, Taz Arnold [788]
The Prize Fighter Inferno My Brother's Blood Machine Folktronica, folk, electronica Equal Vision Claudio Sanchez [789]
Sunn O))) & Boris Altar Drone doom Southern Lord, Inoxia Sunn O))) [790]
Willie Nelson Songbird Alternative country Lost Highway Ryan Adams [791]

NovemberEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
1
Jin I Promise [792]
November
3
Damien Rice 9 [793]
I Between Two Worlds [794]
November
6
Joanna Newsom Ys Chamber folk, progressive folk Drag City Joanna Newsom, Van Dyke Parks [795]
The Long Blondes Someone to Drive You Home [796]
McFly Motion in the Ocean [797]
yourcodenameis:milo Print Is Dead Vol 1 [798]
November
7
Bowling for Soup The Great Burrito Extortion Case [799]
Dave Matthews Band The Best of What's Around Vol. 1 [800]
Foo Fighters Skin and Bones [801]
Frank Sinatra Sinatra: Vegas [802]
Jim Jones Hustler's P.O.M.E. (Product of My Environment) [803]
J. J. Cale & Eric Clapton The Road to Escondido [804]
Josh Groban Awake [805]
Keith Urban Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing [806]
Ricky Martin MTV Unplugged [807]
The Slip Eisenhower [808]
Sugarland Enjoy the Ride [809]
Various artists Now That's What I Call Music! 23 [810]
Various artists Shortbus soundtrack [811]
Z-Ro I'm Still Livin' [812]
November
8
Depeche Mode The Best of Depeche Mode Volume 1 [813]
November
10
All Saints Studio 1 [814]
Sugababes Overloaded: The Singles Collection [815]
November
13
+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating Pop punk, electronic rock Interscope Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, Jerry Finn [816]
…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead So Divided Alternative rock, progressive rock Interscope Mike McCarthy [817]
George Michael Twenty Five Pop [818]
Jarvis Cocker Jarvis Alternative rock Rough Trade Graham Sutton, Jarvis Cocker [819]
Joan Osborne Pretty Little Stranger Country Vanguard Steve Buckingham [820]
Nickel Creek Reasons Why: The Very Best Progressive bluegrass Sugar Hill Alison Krauss, Tony Berg, Eric Valentine [821]
Staind The Singles: 1996–2006 Alternative metal Flip, Atlantic Staind, Fred Durst [822]
November
14
Akon Konvicted R&B, hip hop Konvict, UpFront, SRC, Universal Motown, Disturbing tha Peace Akon, Giorgio Tuinfort, Eminem, Rune Rask, Troo.L.S, Ghulam Sajid, SuperVillain Beats, T-Pain [823]
Army of Anyone Army of Anyone Hard rock, post-grunge The Firm Music Bob Ezrin, Army of Anyone [824]
Dave Burrell Momentum Jazz High Two Jon Rosenberg [825]
Fat Joe Me, Myself & I Hip hop Terror Squad, Virgin, Imperial Scott Storch, Streetrunner, LV, DJ Khaled, The Runners, Nu Jerzey Devil [826]
The Game Doctor's Advocate West coast hip hop, gangsta rap, hardcore hip hop Geffen The Game, James Rosemond, D-Roc, DJ Khalil, Ervin "E.P." Pope, Hi-Tek, Jonathan "J.R." Rotem, Jellyroll, Just Blaze, Kanye West, Mike Chav, Mr. Porter, Nottz, Reefa, Scott Storch, Swizz Beatz, will.i.am [827]
Kenny G I'm in the Mood for Love...The Most Romantic Melodies of All Time Jazz Arista Kenny G, Walter Afanasieff, Clive Davis [828]
Kamelot One Cold Winter's Night Symphonic metal, power metal, progressive metal SPV/Steamhammer Patric Ullaeus [829]
Styx One with Everything: Styx and the Contemporary Youth Orchestra Rock, pop Frontiers [830]
Tenacious D The Pick of Destiny Comedy rock Epic John King [831]
Yusuf An Other Cup Folk rock Ya, Polydor, Atlantic Rick Nowels, Yusuf [832]
November
15
Devin Townsend The Hummer Ambient, noise HevyDevy Devin Townsend [833]
November
17
Tom Waits Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards [834]
November
20
The Beatles and George Martin Love [835]
Loreena McKennitt An Ancient Muse [836]
Matt Willis Don't Let It Go to Waste [837]
Oasis Stop the Clocks [838]
U2 U218 Singles [839]
November
21
2Pac Pac's Life [840]
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me [841]
Daughtry Daughtry [842]
Il Divo Siempre [843]
Inhale Exhale The Lost. The Sick. The Sacred. [844]
Jay-Z Kingdom Come [845]
Josef K Entomology [846]
Killer Mike I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind Hip hop Grind Time Official [847]
Killswitch Engage As Daylight Dies [848]
Our Lady Peace A Decade [849]
P.O.D. Greatest Hits: The Atlantic Years [850]
Snoop Dogg Tha Blue Carpet Treatment [851]
Sufjan Stevens Songs for Christmas [852]
Swan Lake Beast Moans [853]
November
23
RBD Celestial Pop rock EMI Carlos Lara, Armando Ávila, Pedro Damián, Camilo Lara, Emilio Ávila [854]
November
24
Take That Beautiful World Pop rock Polydor John Shanks [855]
Whitesnake Live... in the Shadow of the Blues Hard rock, heavy metal SPV/Steamhammer, WEA David Coverdale, Doug Aldrich, Michael McIntyre [856]
November
28
Clipse Hell Hath No Fury Hip hop Re-Up, Star Trak, Jive The Neptunes [857]
Incubus Light Grenades Alternative rock Epic, Immortal Brendan O'Brien [858]
Ying Yang Twins Chemically Imbalanced Hip hop, Southern hip hop, crunk TVT Mr. Collipark, Wyclef Jean, Jerry Wonda [859]

DecemberEdit

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
1
Gwen Stefani The Sweet Escape Dance-pop, electropop, hip hop Interscope Guy Charbonneau, Greg Collins, Sean Garrett, Nellee Hooper, Tony Kanal, The Neptunes, Mark "Spike" Stent, Kaseem "Swizz Beatz" Dean, Aliaune "Akon" Thiam, Giorgio Tuinfort [860]
Mary J. Blige Reflections (A Retrospective) [861]
December
4
Brooke Fraser Albertine [862]
Emma Bunton Life in Mono [863]
Mylène Farmer Avant que l'ombre... à Bercy [864]
December
5
Brian McKnight Ten [865]
Ciara Ciara: The Evolution [866]
Drake Bell It's Only Time [867]
Kutless Live from Portland [868]
Lil Scrappy Bred 2 Die - Born 2 Live [869]
Various artists Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture [870]
Various artists Eminem Presents: The Re-Up [871]
Various artists Music from the OC: Mix 6 [872]
December
12
Fantasia Barrino Fantasia [873]
Ghostface Killah More Fish [874]
Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room: B-Sides and Rarities [875]
Taylor Hicks Taylor Hicks [876]
Tyrese Alter Ego [877]
Young Jeezy The Inspiration [878]
December
19
Bow Wow The Price of Fame [879]
DJ Clue? The Professional 3 [880]
Nas Hip Hop Is Dead [881]
RBD Rebels [882]
Styles P Time Is Money [883]
Trick Daddy Back by Thug Demand [884]
Various artists Grand Hustle Presents: In da Streetz Volume 4 [885]
December
26
Gang Starr Mass Appeal: the Best of Gang Starr [886]
Matt Redman Beautiful News [887]
Omarion 21 [888]
Switchfoot Oh! Gravity. [889]
December
29
Mos Def True Magic [890]

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