New Music Releases: September 18, 2012

From classic artists like Paul Simon and Michael Jackson to new star, Carly Rae Jepsen, this week has great new releases. New Music Releases: September 18, 2012

The Truth About Love (Pink) – It’s been four years since Pink released her last original album, Funhouse, and a lot has happened since then. Most notably, she became a mother to her daughter, Willow Sage. Many wondered if this signaled the end of her edge but her lead single of this current album “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” proves that she’s still got some grit. 

Battle Born (The Killers) – Back in 2003, The Killers burst onto the scene with “Mr. Brightside” and other tracks including “Somebody Told Me” and “All These Things That I’ve Done” but in 2010, the band announced that they would be taking a break.  They had, afterall, released four albums in four years.  Now, they have returned and the first single off of this album, “Runaways” was released this past July.

Live in New York City (Paul Simon) – It’s hard to find a more iconic American artist than Paul Simon. His provoking lyrics and unique sound definitely set him apart.  He’s also an incredibly gifted performing which makes this compilation, which includes live versions of classics like “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” and “The Sound of Silence,” a must-have for fans.

G.O.O.D. Music: Cruel Summer (Kanye West) – Unlike most rappers, Kanye West didn’t come from overly humble beginnings.  He grew up in a middle-class neighborhood in Chicago with a mother he loved dearly.  Unfortunately, she passed away several years ago and, all of these life experiences create a special type of rap.  This newest album represents a collaboration of GOOD Music artists and features the singles “Mercy,” “Cold,” “New God Flow” and “Clique.”

Bad: 25th Anniversary Edition (Michael Jackson) – It’s hard to believe that it’s been 25 years since Michael Jackson released his Bad album but, today, the deluxe edition becomes available.  The compilation features remastered and live versions of some of the most memorable tracks and is an incredible addition to any fan’s collection.

Kiss (Carly Rae Jepsen) – after taking the world by storm with her smash hit “Call Me Maybe,” the Canadian singer is releasing her second album which will include “Good Time,” her feel-good summer  collaboration with Owl City.  

Written on Sep 18 2012 by Jeanne Dupuis (Google+ profile), writer at KOvideo. Tags: michael jackson pink the killers paul simon kanye west carly rae jepsen call me maybe blow me one last kiss bad 25th anniversary


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