New Music Releases: October 9, 2012
We are into the second week of October and, unfortunately, the releases really aren’t that impressive. Still, for fans of these particular artists, new music is definitely good news. It can’t always be a week like the one when Mumford & Sons released their incredibly successful sophomore album.
Release Me (Barbra Streisand) – When an artist has released more than 60 albums, it’s hard to imagine that there might be anything new to be found but Streisand is just the sort of artist who can still possess the ability to surprise and amaze fans. This album contains 11 previously unreleased songs which are from various periods in her career from 1963 to the present.
Monster (Kiss) – They may not be as far into their careers as Streisand but it’s pretty incredible that Kiss is still going strong and have released their 20th studio album. It’s 12 tracks of sheer personality with collaborations from all members of the iconic band.
Glad All Over (The Wallflowers) – The Wallflowers seemed to have so much promise back when they released incredible songs including “One Headline” and “The Difference” but then they left fans waiting a long time for something new.
Home for Christmas (Celtic Woman) – Since their debut in 2004, Celtic Woman have continued to grow in popularity. Their unique and sweet vocals have won the hearts of music lovers around the world and now, they bring their special sound to classic Christmas carols that will bring warmth during the holidays across the globe.
Best Of James Bond 50th Anniversary (Soundtrack) - With Adele just releasing, Skyfall, Bond fans have been reflecting on some of the best songs from the franchise over the years. What better way to reflect than with the 2-disc anniversary compilation featuring 50 tracks to celebrate five decades of 007 films.
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