List of 2016 albums

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The following is a list of albums released in 2016.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2016 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
1
Rachel Platten Wildfire Pop, power pop, soul, electropop Columbia [1]
January
6
Misia Love Bebop Pop, soul, dance-pop, R&B Ariola [2]
January
8
David Bowie Blackstar Art rock, experimental rock, jazz ISO, Columbia, RCA, Sony Music [3]
Hinds Leave Me Alone Garage rock, lo-fi Mom + Pop [4]
Ignite A War Against You Melodic hardcore Century Media [5]
Marshmello Joytime Future bass, progressive house, trap Joytime Collective [6]
Villagers Where Have You Been All My Life? Indie folk Domino [7]
January
15
Anderson .Paak Malibu Hip hop, R&B, soul Steel Wool, OBE, Art Club, EMPIRE [8]
Ben Monder, Pete Rende, Andrew Cyrille, Paul Motian Amorphae Jazz ECM [9]
Blaze Ya Dead Homie The Casket Factory Gangsta rap, horrorcore Majik Ninja Entertainment [10]
Brothers Osborne Pawn Shop Country EMI Nashville [11]
Charles Lloyd & The Marvels I Long to See You Jazz Blue Note [12]
Classified Greatful Hip hop Halflife Records, Universal Music Canada [13]
Daughter Not to Disappear Alternative pop 4AD [14]
Daz and Snoop Cuzznz West Coast hip hop, G-funk Felder Entertainment Inc. [15]
Hank Williams Jr. It's About Time Country, Southern rock Nash Icon [16]
Lecrae Church Clothes 3 Christian hip hop, conscious hip hop Reach [17]
Panic! at the Disco Death of a Bachelor Pop rock, pop, rock, jazz, hip hop DCD2, Fueled by Ramen [18]
Randy Rogers Band Nothing Shines Like Neon Country Tommy Jackson Records [19]
Show of Hands The Long Way Home Folk Hands on Music [20]
Skunk Anansie Anarchytecture Alternative rock earMUSIC, Carosello [21]
January
21
Jesu and Sun Kil Moon Jesu/Sun Kil Moon Post-metal, indie folk, electronic music, ambient music, spoken word Caldo Verde, Rough Trade [22]
January
22
The Besnard Lakes A Coliseum Complex Museum Psychedelic rock, progressive rock, indie rock Jagjaguwar [23]
Cait Brennan Debutante Indie rock Alternative Distribution Alliance [24]
Chairlift Moth Synth-pop, indie pop, electropop, alternative dance Columbia [25]
Conrad Keely Original Machines Rock Superball [26]
Eleanor Friedberger New View Indie rock Frenchkiss [27]
Half Japanese Perfect Art punk, indie rock Joyful Noise [28]
John Cale M:FANS Experimental rock, industrial rock, electronic Double Six [29]
Lionheart Love Don't Live Here Hardcore punk, metalcore LHHC Records, Beatdown Hardwear Records [30]
Megadeth Dystopia Thrash metal Tradecraft, Universal [31]
The Mute Gods Do Nothing till You Hear from Me Progressive rock, pop rock InsideOut [32]
Mystery Jets Curve of the Earth Indie rock Caroline [33]
Roam Backbone Pop punk Hopeless [34]
Rüfüs Bloom Alternative dance Sweat It Out [35]
Savages Adore Life Post-punk Matador [36]
Shearwater Jet Plane and Oxbow Indie rock Sub Pop [37]
Steve Angello Wild Youth Indie rock, electro house Size Records [38]
Steven Wilson Progressive rock Kscope [39]
Suede Night Thoughts Art rock Warner Bros. [40]
Tank Sex Love & Pain II R&B Atlantic [41]
Tindersticks The Waiting Room Indie rock City Slang, Lucky Dog [42]
Tortoise The Catastrophist Post-rock Thrill Jockey [43]
Tricky Skilled Mechanics False Idols [44]
Ty Segall Emotional Mugger Garage rock, hard rock, glam rock Drag City [45]
Ulver ATGCLVLSSCAP Experimental, psychedelic rock House Of Mythology [46]
January
27
Rihanna Anti Pop, R&B Westbury Road, Roc Nation [47]
January
28
Massive Attack Ritual Spirit Trip hop, electronica Virgin [48]
January
29
Aubrie Sellers New City Blues Country, country pop Carnival [49]
Avantasia Ghostlights Symphonic metal, hard rock, power metal Nuclear Blast [50]
Basement Promise Everything Alternative rock Run for Cover [51]
Bill Frisell When You Wish Upon a Star Jazz Okeh [52]
Bloc Party Hymns Indie rock, alternative dance Infectious, BMG, Vagrant [53]
Bury Tomorrow Earthbound Metalcore Nuclear Blast [54]
Charlie Puth Nine Track Mind Pop, R&B Atlantic [55]
Dream Theater The Astonishing Progressive metal, progressive rock Roadrunner [56]
Kevin Gates Islah Hip hop Atlantic, Bread Winners' Association [57]
Money Suicide Songs Bella Union [58]
Sia This Is Acting Pop Monkey Puzzle, RCA [59]
St. Lucia Matter Synth-pop Columbia [60]
Tedeschi Trucks Band Let Me Get By Blues, rock, R&B, soul Fantasy [61]
Tord Gustavsen, Simin Tander, Jarle Vespestad What Was Said Jazz ECM [62]
Wet Don't You Indie pop, indie electronic, dream pop Columbia [63]
Yanni Sensuous Chill Easy listening, new-age Portrait, Sony Masterworks [64]
January
31
Diane Birch Nous Jazz, indie pop, soul, gospel Hymnpatia Recordings [65]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
3
BIGBANG Made Series Dance-pop, PBR&B, hip hop YG Entertainment, Avex Trax [66]
Magnum Sacred Blood "Divine" Lies Rock SPV/Steamhammer [67]
February
5
Anchor & Braille Songs for the Late Night Drive Home Alternative rock, electronic rock, shoegazing, post-punk revival Tooth & Nail [68]
Charles Kelley The Driver Country Capitol Nashville [69]
The Cult Hidden City Hard rock Cooking Vinyl [70]
DIIV Is the Is Are Indie rock, shoegazing, krautrock Captured Tracks [71]
Elton John Wonderful Crazy Night Rock, soft rock, vocal jazz Capitol, Mercury [72]
Eric Prydz Opus House, progressive house, electro house, electro Virgin [73]
Field Music Commontime Indie pop, funk Memphis Industries [74]
Fleshgod Apocalypse King Symphonic metal Nuclear Blast [75]
Foxes All I Need Synth-pop Sign of the Times, Epic, RCA [76]
Junior Boys Big Black Coat Electronic, technopop, EDM City Slang [77]
Lion Babe Begin R&B, neo soul, electronica Interscope, Polydor [78]
Lucinda Williams The Ghosts of Highway 20 Country Highway 20 Records [79]
Majid Jordan Majid Jordan R&B, PBR&B, synth-pop, synthwave OVO Sound, Warner Bros. [80]
Obscura Akrøasis Progressive metal, technical death metal Relapse [81]
Textures Phenotype Progressive metal, metalcore Nuclear Blast [82]
Trixie Whitley Porta Bohemica [83]
Wiz Khalifa Khalifa Hip hop Taylor Gang, Rostrum, Atlantic [84]
February
8
Haywyre Two Fold Pt. 2 Future bass, house Monstercat [85]
February
12
Basia Bulat Good Advice Indie pop, folk Secret City [86]
Daughtry It's Not Over...The Hits So Far Alternative rock, hard rock, pop rock, post-grunge RCA, 19 [87]
The Jezabels Synthia Indie rock, alternative rock Dine Alone [88]
Kula Shaker K2.0 Rock, psychedelic rock, raga rock StrangeF.O.L.K. [89]
Lacey Sturm Life Screams Hard rock, Christian rock Followspot Records [90]
Lissie My Wild West Folk, rock Lionboy, Thirty Tigers [91]
Pinegrove Cardinal Americana Run for Cover [92]
Radiation City Synesthetica Alternative rock, dream pop Polyvinyl [93]
Ronan Keating Time of My Life Pop Decca [94]
Rotting Christ Rituals Black metal, dark metal Season of Mist [95]
The Suffers The Suffers Soul Rhyme & Reason Records [96]
Wynonna & the Big Noise Wynonna & the Big Noise Country Curb [97]
February
14
Kanye West The Life of Pablo Hip hop GOOD Music, Def Jam [98]
Mýa Smoove Jones R&B, soul, hip hop Planet 9 [99]
February
15
Illenium Ashes Electronic, progressive house, dubstep, trap Kasaya, Seeking Blue [100]
February
19
After the Burial Dig Deep Progressive metal, djent Sumerian [101]
Animal Collective Painting With Psychedelic pop Domino [102]
BJ the Chicago Kid In My Mind R&B Motown [103]
Jack Garratt Phase Indie pop, PBR&B Island [104]
Lake Street Dive Side Pony Pop, indie pop Nonesuch [105]
Mavis Staples Livin' on a High Note R&B, soul, roots rock Anti-, Epitaph [106]
Ra Ra Riot Need Your Light Indie rock Barsuk [107]
Ralph Alessi, Gary Versace, Drew Gress, Nasheet Waits Quiver Jazz [108]
Simple Plan Taking One for the Team Pop punk, punk rock, power pop Atlantic [109]
Wolfmother Victorious Hard rock, heavy metal, stoner rock, neo-psychedelia Universal [110]
Yo Gotti The Art of Hustle Hip hop Epic, CMG [111]
Yoko Ono Yes, I'm a Witch Too Manimal [112]
February
26
The 1975 I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It Indie rock, new wave, synth-pop Interscope, Dirty Hit, Polydor, Vagrant [113]
Anthrax For All Kings Thrash metal Megaforce, Nuclear Blast [114]
Anvil Anvil Is Anvil Heavy metal, speed metal SPV/Steamhammer [115]
Bonnie Raitt Dig in Deep Rock, blues, Americana Redwing Records [116]
Charli XCX Vroom Vroom Experimental pop, wonky pop, electronic, bubblegum pop Vroom Vroom Recordings [117]
The Gloaming 2 Folk Brassland [118]
Hands Like Houses Dissonants Post-hardcore, alternative rock Rise [119]
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis This Unruly Mess I've Made Hip hop Macklemore LLC [120]
Santigold 99¢ Art pop, alternative dance, new wave Atlantic [121]
School of Seven Bells SVIIB Dream pop Vagrant [122]
Trondheim Jazz Orchestra with Kim Myhr and Jenny Hval In the End His Voice Will Be the Sound of Paper Jazz Hubro Music [123]
Tweet Charlene R&B, soul, neo soul eOne [124]
Voivod Post Society Progressive metal Century Media [125]
Willie Nelson Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin Country Legacy [126]
Yuck Stranger Things Indie rock, alternative rock Mamé Records [127]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
4
2 Chainz ColleGrove Hip hop, trap Def Jam [128]
Esperanza Spalding Emily's D+Evolution Jazz, jazz fusion, funk, art rock Concord [129]
Face to Face Protection Punk Fat Wreck Chords [130]
Kendrick Lamar Untitled Unmastered Hip hop, jazz rap Top Dawg, Aftermath, Interscope [131]
The Knocks 55 EDM Big Beat, Neon Gold [132]
Låpsley Long Way Home Electronic, ambient, alternative R&B XL [133]
Miike Snow iii Indie rock, electropop Downtown [134]
Ninja Sex Party Under the Covers Rock, synth-pop, pop rock [135]
Poliça United Crushers Synth-pop, indie electronic Mom + Pop [136]
The Qemists Warrior Sound Drum and bass Amazing Record [137]
Ray LaMontagne Ouroboros Psychedelic rock RCA [138]
La Sera Music for Listening to Music To Indie pop Polyvinyl [139]
Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds Fowl Play Rock, alternative Party Fowl Records, Thirty Tigers [140]
Thao & the Get Down Stay Down A Man Alive Alternative folk Ribbon Music [141]
Tonight Alive Limitless Pop rock Sony Music Australia, Fearless [142]
Violent Femmes We Can Do Anything Rock PIAS [143]
March
9
Alexandra Stan Alesta Dance Victor, Roton, Global, Warner Bros., Vae Victis, Ego [144]
March
11
3 Doors Down Us and the Night Post-grunge, pop rock, alternative rock Republic [145]
Adore Delano After Party Dance, electronic, pop Producer Entertainment Group [146]
Aurora All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend Art pop, electropop Decca, Glassnote [147]
Bethel Music Have It All Contemporary Christian music, worship Bethel Music [148]
Brian Fallon Painkillers Rock, alternative rock, heartland rock Island [149]
Citizen Way 2.0 Christian music, Christian rock, Christian EDM, worship Fair Trade [150]
Emmy the Great Second Love Bella Union [151]
Julian Lage Arclight Jazz, jazz blues Mack Avenue [152]
Killswitch Engage Incarnate Metalcore Roadrunner [153]
Matt Corby Telluric Alternative, pop Mercury, Universal Music Australia [154]
Nine Lashes Ascend Christian pop, Christian EDM, Christian rock, electropop, dance-pop, pop rock BEC [155]
March
18
Dustin Kensrue Thoughts That Float on a Different Blood Contemporary folk music, alternative rock, indie rock, indie folk, folk rock Vagrant [156]
The Falcon Gather Up the Chaps Punk rock Red Scare Industries [157]
Gwen Stefani This Is What the Truth Feels Like Pop Interscope [158]
Iggy Pop Post Pop Depression Art rock, garage rock, hard rock Loma Vista [159]
James Girl at the End of the World Alternative rock BMG [160]
Primal Scream Chaosmosis First International, Ignition [161]
Redfoo Party Rock Mansion Pop Rykodisc, Party Rock [162]
Soul Asylum Change of Fortune Alternative rock Entertainment One [163]
Underworld Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future Electronic Universal [164]
Violent Soho Waco Grunge, alternative SideOneDummy [165]
March
25
Amon Amarth Jomsviking Melodic death metal Metal Blade [166]
Anthony Hamilton What I'm Feelin' R&B RCA [167]
Asking Alexandria The Black Metalcore, electronicore Sumerian [168]
Birdy Beautiful Lies Indie folk, indie pop Atlantic [169]
Bob Mould Patch the Sky Alternative rock Merge [170]
Elisa On Pop, dance, pop rock, soul Sugar Music [171]
Hana Pestle Hana Synth-pop [172]
The Joy Formidable Hitch Alternative rock C'mon Let's Drift, Caroline [173]
K. Michelle More Issues Than Vogue R&B, soul, pop Atlantic [174]
Lincoln Durham Revelations of a Mind Unraveling Rock, alternative folk, southern gothic, revival punk Droog Records [175]
Metal Church XI Heavy metal Rat Pak [176]
White Denim Stiff Indie rock, garage rock, progressive rock, psychedelic rock Downtown [177]
Zayn Mind of Mine Alternative R&B, R&B RCA [178]
March
27
dvsn Sept. 5th R&B OVO Sound, Warner Bros. [179]
March
29
Babymetal Metal Resistance J-pop, heavy metal BMD Fox, Toy's Factory [180]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
1
Andrew Bird Are You Serious Indie folk Loma Vista [181]
Autolux Pussy's Dead Experimental rock, electronic 30th Century Records, Columbia [182]
Black Stone Cherry Kentucky Hard rock, Southern rock, alternative metal, post-grunge Mascot [183]
Bombino Azel Blues, folk Partisan [184]
Cheap Trick Bang, Zoom, Crazy... Hello Rock Big Machine [185]
Explosions in the Sky The Wilderness Post-rock Temporary Residence Limited [186]
The Field The Follower Ambient techno, techno Kompakt [187]
Gareth Emery 100 Reasons to Live EDM Garuda, Armada [188]
The Heavy Hurt & the Merciless Indie rock, funk rock, blues rock, garage rock Counter Records, Bad Son [189]
Kaada/Patton Bacteria Cult Experimental Ipecac [190]
The Last Shadow Puppets Everything You've Come to Expect Indie rock Domino [191]
Laura Gibson Empire Builder Rock City Slang [192]
Moderat III Electronic Monkeytown, Mute [193]
Mogwai Atomic Post-rock Rock Action [194]
Pet Shop Boys Super Synth-pop x2 [195]
Terrace Martin Velvet Portraits R&B, jazz fusion, G-funk Sounds of Crenshaw, Ropeadope [196]
Weezer Weezer (White Album) Alternative rock, power pop, pop punk Atlantic, Crush [197]
Yeasayer Amen & Goodbye Experimental rock Mute [198]
April
6
Gallant Ology Alternative R&B Mind of a Genius [199]
April
8
Álex Anwandter Amiga Latin alternative, pop rock Nacional [200]
All Saints Red Flag Pop, R&B London [201]
Art Bergmann The Apostate Alternative rock weewerk [202]
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals Call It What It Is Rock, blues rock, pop rock, alternative rock, R&B, folk rock Stax [203]
Deftones Gore Alternative metal, post-metal, experimental rock Reprise [204]
Frightened Rabbit Painting of a Panic Attack Indie rock Atlantic [205]
Future of the Left The Peace & Truce of Future of the Left Noise rock Prescriptions [206]
Ihsahn Arktis Progressive metal, black metal, experimental metal Candlelight [207]
JJ Weeks Band As Long as We Can Breathe Worship, Christian pop, Christian rock, pop rock Centricity [208]
The Lumineers Cleopatra Americana, folk rock, indie folk Dualtone [209]
M83 Junk Electronic, dream pop, synth-pop, new wave Naïve, Mute [210]
Mayer Hawthorne Man About Town R&B, soul Vagrant [211]
Niki and the Dove Everybody's Heart Is Broken Now Pop TEN Music Group [212]
Parquet Courts Human Performance Indie rock, art punk, experimental rock, post-punk Rough Trade [213]
Teleman Brilliant Sanity Indie pop Moshi Moshi [214]
Tim Hecker Love Streams Electronic 4AD, Paper Bag [215]
April
13
Ace Frehley Origins, Vol. 1 Hard rock, heavy metal Entertainment One [216]
April
15
Bear Hands You'll Pay for This Experimental rock, indie rock, post-punk Spensive Records [217]
Blaqk Audio Material Electronic, new wave Blaqknoise, Kobalt [218]
Cate Le Bon Crab Day Neo-psychedelia, indie pop, art pop Drag City, Turnstile, Caroline International [219]
Fanfare Ciocărlia Onwards to Mars! Balkan brass [220]
J Dilla The Diary Hip hop Pay Jay Productions, Mass Appeal [221]
Keb' Mo' Keb' Mo' Live – That Hot Pink Blues Album Kind of Blue Music, RED Distribution [222]
Lush Blind Spot Edamame [223]
Otep Generation Doom Nu metal Napalm [224]
PJ Harvey The Hope Six Demolition Project Rock Island [225]
Santana Santana IV Latin rock RCA [226]
Sturgill Simpson A Sailor's Guide to Earth Country, psychedelic rock Atlantic [227]
Suuns Hold/Still Rock Secretly Canadian [228]
Wild Belle Dreamland Psychedelic pop, alternative rock, indie pop Columbia [229]
April
16
Xiu Xiu Plays the Music of Twin Peaks Experimental rock, dark ambient Polyvinyl [230]
April
22
The 69 Eyes Universal Monsters Gothic rock Nuclear Blast [231]
ASAP Ferg Always Strive and Prosper Hip hop ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds Music, RCA [232]
Bankroll Mafia Bankroll Mafia Hip hop Grand Hustle, EMPIRE [233]
Blue October Home Alternative rock Up/Down Records [234]
Dälek Asphalt for Eden Experimental hip hop, industrial hip hop, shoegazing Profound Lore [235]
Katy B Honey EDM, dubstep, electronica, house, R&B Rinse, Virgin EMI [236]
NF Therapy Session Hip hop, Christian hip hop Capitol CMG [237]
April
23
Beyoncé Lemonade R&B Parkwood, Columbia [238]
April
29
Brian Eno The Ship Ambient Warp [239]
The Boxer Rebellion Ocean by Ocean Indie rock Amplify Music [240]
Discharge End of Days Hardcore punk Nuclear Blast [241]
Drake Views Hip hop, dancehall, R&B OVO Sound, Cash Money, Young Money, Boy Better Know [242]
Martina Stoessel Tini Pop Hollywood [243]
Rob Zombie The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser Industrial metal Zodiac Swan Records, T-Boy Records, Universal [244]
Sixx:A.M. Prayers for the Damned: Vol. 1 Hard rock Eleven Seven [245]
Travis Everything at Once Post-Britpop, alternative rock, indie rock, soft rock Red Telephone Box [246]
Zucchero Black Cat Blues rock Universal [247]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
2
BTS The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever Hip hop, dance-pop, R&B, K-pop Big Hit Entertainment [248]
May
6
Anohni Hopelessness Electronic, experimental, synth-pop, EDM Secretly Canadian, Rough Trade [249]
Beverly The Blue Swell Kanine Records [250]
Carla Bley, Andy Sheppard, and Steve Swallow Andando el Tiempo Jazz ECM [251]
Cuong Vu Trio meets Pat Metheny Cuong Vu Trio Meets Pat Metheny Jazz Nonesuch [252]
Cyndi Lauper Detour Country, country rock, country blues Sire [253]
Death Grips Bottomless Pit Experimental hip hop, digital hardcore Third Worlds [254]
Jack DeJohnette, Ravi Coltrane and Matthew Garrison In Movement Jazz ECM [255]
James Blake The Colour in Anything Electronic pop, R&B, soul Polydor, 1–800 Dinosaur [256]
Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise Electronic music Sony Music [257]
Julianna Barwick Will Ambient, experimental Dead Oceans [258]
Kate Ceberano Anthology Pop, soul, jazz, synth-pop ABC Music [259]
Kaytranada 99.9% Electronic XL, HW&W [260]
Keith Urban Ripcord Pop, country pop Hit Red, Capitol Nashville [261]
Meghan Trainor Thank You Dance-pop, R&B Epic, Sony Music [262]
Mike Posner At Night, Alone. Pop Island [263]
Pat Metheny The Unity Sessions Jazz Nonesuch [264]
Rittz Top of the Line Hip hop Strange Music [265]
Tim Garland One Jazz Edition [266]
Vektor Terminal Redux Thrash metal Earache [267]
White Lung Paradise Punk rock Domino [268]
May
8
Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool Art rock, electronic XL [269]
May
13
3OH!3 Night Sports Pop, trap, hip hop Fueled by Ramen, Atlantic, Photo Finish [270]
Chance the Rapper Coloring Book Hip hop, gospel rap [271]
Corinne Bailey Rae The Heart Speaks in Whispers R&B Virgin [272]
DevilDriver Trust No One Groove metal Napalm [273]
Digitalism Mirage Electro house Magnetism Recording Co, PIAS [274]
Hatebreed The Concrete Confessional Metalcore Nuclear Blast [275]
Jessy Lanza Oh No Electronic, R&B, pop Hyperdub [276]
Kvelertak Nattesferd Heavy metal Roadrunner [277]
Kygo Cloud Nine Tropical house Sony Music, Ultra Music, B1 [278]
Modern Baseball Holy Ghost Indie rock, pop punk Run for Cover [279]
Pierce the Veil Misadventures Post-hardcore Fearless [280]
May
20
Ana Popović Trilogy Blues rock, soul, jazz, funk ArtisteXclusive records [281]
Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman Pop, R&B Republic [282]
Bob Dylan Fallen Angels Traditional pop Columbia [283]
Boys Noize Mayday Electronic Boysnoize Records [284]
Car Seat Headrest Teens of Denial Indie rock Matador [285]
Eric Clapton I Still Do Blues, blues rock, folk Bushbranch/Surfdog [286]
Highasakite Camp Echo Indie rock Propeller [287]
Katatonia The Fall of Hearts Progressive rock Peaceville [288]
Kent Då som nu för alltid Alternative rock, pop rock RCA, Sony Music [289]
Lali Soy Pop, R&B Sony Music Argentina [290]
Marissa Nadler Strangers Sacred Bones [291]
Mudcrutch 2 Southern rock, country rock Reprise [292]
Pantha du Prince The Triad Electronic [293]
Richard Ashcroft These People Alternative rock Cooking Vinyl [294]
Saosin Along the Shadow Post-hardcore, alternative rock Epitaph [295]
Yuna Chapters Pop, R&B Verve [296]
May
27
ABC The Lexicon of Love II Virgin EMI [297]
Architects All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us Metalcore Epitaph, UNFD, New Damage [298]
Band of Skulls By Default Blues rock, dance-rock BMG [299]
Beth Orton Kidsticks [300]
Catfish and the Bottlemen The Ride Alternative rock, indie rock Capitol [301]
Clare Maguire Stranger Things Have Happened Indie pop, jazz, blues, soul Virgin [302]
Fifth Harmony 7/27 Pop, R&B, tropical house Epic, Syco [303]
Flume Skin Electronic Future Classic [304]
Gold Panda Good Luck and Do Your Best Electronic City Slang [305]
Lacuna Coil Delirium Gothic metal, alternative metal Century Media [306]
The Monkees Good Times! Rock, power pop Rhino [307]
PUP The Dream Is Over Punk rock SideOneDummy, Royal Mountain [308]
Real Friends The Home Inside My Head Pop punk Fearless [309]
Robert Glasper & Miles Davis Everything's Beautiful Jazz Blue Note, Columbia, Legacy [310]
Thrice To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere Post-hardcore Vagrant [311]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
3
Beartooth Aggressive Metalcore, hardcore punk Red Bull, UNFD [312]
Cat's Eyes Treasure House Alternative rock Kobalt Label Services [313]
Classixx Faraway Reach Electronic Innovative Leisure [314]
The Claypool Lennon Delirium Monolith of Phobos Psychedelic rock, art rock, experimental rock ATO [315]
Hellyeah Unden!able Heavy metal, groove metal Eleven Seven [316]
Jimmy Barnes Soul Searchin' Rock, soul Liberation Music [317]
The Kills Ash & Ice Indie rock Domino [318]
Ladyhawke Wild Things Indie electronic, alternative dance, synth-pop, indie pop Polyvinyl [319]
The Lonely Island Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Comedy hip hop Republic [320]
Maren Morris Hero Country, pop Columbia Nashville [321]
Netsky 3 Drum & bass, dance-pop, electropop, electro house, breakstep, dubstep Sony Music, Hospital, Epic, Ultra [322]
Paul Simon Stranger to Stranger Folk rock, worldbeat Concord [323]
Roxette Good Karma Pop Parlophone [324]
Tegan and Sara Love You to Death Synth-pop Vapor, Warner Bros. [325]
Volbeat Seal the Deal & Let's Boogie Republic, Universal [326]
Yanni The Dream Concert: Live from the Great Pyramids of Egypt Contemporary instrumental Portrait, Sony Masterworks [327]
June
10
Band of Horses Why Are You OK Indie rock, Southern rock Interscope [328]
Brandy Clark Big Day in a Small Town Country Warner Bros. [329]
Fitz and The Tantrums Fitz and the Tantrums Indie pop, neo soul Elektra [330]
Garbage Strange Little Birds Alternative rock, electronic rock, industrial rock Stunvolume [331]
Jon Bellion The Human Condition Hip hop, PBR&B, pop rock Visionary Music Group, Capitol [332]
Kaleo A/B Indie folk, garage rock, Americana Elektra [333]
letlive. If I'm the Devil... Post-hardcore, progressive rock, jazz fusion, soul Epitaph [334]
Nick Jonas Last Year Was Complicated Pop, R&B Island, Safehouse [335]
Peter Bjorn and John Breakin' Point Indie pop, indie rock Ingrid [336]
Rick Astley 50 Pop BMG [337]
Rival Sons Hollow Bones Blues rock, hard rock Earache [338]
The Temper Trap Thick as Thieves Indie rock Liberation, Glassnote, Infectious [339]
Tom Odell Wrong Crowd Indie pop, indie electronic RCA [340]
June
13
G.L.O.S.S. Trans Day of Revenge D-beat, hardcore punk Total Negativity, Nervous Nelly, PANSY TWIST distro, Sabotage [341]
June
15
Disclosure Moog for Love Electronic Island, PMR [342]
June
17
The Game Streets of Compton West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap eOne [343]
Gojira Magma Technical death metal, progressive metal, groove metal Roadrunner [344]
Jake Bugg On My One Indie rock Virgin EMI, Island [345]
Laura Mvula The Dreaming Room Soul, R&B RCA, Columbia [346]
Mitski Puberty 2 Indie rock Dead Oceans [347]
Neil Young & Promise of the Real Earth Rock Reprise [348]
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Getaway Funk rock, alternative rock, pop rock Warner Bros. [349]
Reik Des/Amor Latin pop Sony Music Latin [350]
Swans The Glowing Man Experimental music Young God, Mute [351]
Thousand Foot Krutch Exhale Christian rock, hard rock TFK Music, The Fuel Music [352]
The Tragically Hip Man Machine Poem Rock Universal Music Canada [353]
Will Butler Friday Night Indie rock Merge [354]
June
22
Corey Feldman Angelic 2 the Core Dance-pop, funk rock [355]
Delorean Muzik PHLEX [356]
June
24
Alice Bag Alice Bag Punk rock, rock Don Giovanni [357]
Broods Conscious Electropop, synth-pop, dance Dryden Street, Island, Capitol, Universal Music Australia [358]
Cash Cash Blood, Sweat & 3 Years Electro house, progressive house Big Beat, Atlantic [359]
DJ Shadow The Mountain Will Fall Hip hop, instrumental hip hop, electronic Mass Appeal [360]
Jay Chou Jay Chou's Bedtime Stories Mandopop Sony Music Taiwan [361]
Nice As Fuck Nice As Fuck Punk, funk, pop Love's Way Records [362]
Steve Vai Modern Primitive Epic [363]
Whitechapel Mark of the Blade Deathcore, groove metal Metal Blade [364]
June
27
Marsheaux Ath.Lon Synth-pop, electronica Undo [365]
June
28
Blood Orange Freetown Sound R&B, funk, jazz, baroque pop Domino [366]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
1
American Authors What We Live For Indie rock, alternative rock Island [367]
Area 11 Modern Synthesis Alternative rock Cooking Vinyl [368]
The Avalanches Wildflower Plunderphonics, electronic, neo-psychedelia, disco, hip hop Astralwerks, Modular, EMI, XL [369]
Bat for Lashes The Bride Baroque pop, rock Parlophone [370]
Blink-182 California Pop punk, alternative rock BMG [371]
Delta Goodrem Wings of the Wild Pop Sony Music Australia [372]
Diesel Americana Rock Liberation [373]
Grace FMA Hip hop soul RCA [374]
Magic! Primary Colours Pop, reggae fusion, reggae Latium, RCA, Sony Music [375]
Maxwell blackSUMMERS'night Soul, neo soul Columbia [376]
Metronomy Summer 08 Indie electronic Because Music [377]
Sara Watkins Young in All the Wrong Ways Americana, country New West [378]
Silent Planet Everything Was Sound Metalcore, post-hardcore, post-metal Solid State [379]
Snoop Dogg Coolaid West Coast hip hop Doggystyle, eOne Music [380]
July
5
Lindsey Abudei ...and the Bass Is Queen Neo soul, blues, jazz Stealth [381]
July
8
Biffy Clyro Ellipsis Alternative rock, electronic rock 14th Floor [382]
Boys Night Out Black Dogs Post-hardcore, alternative rock, rock Good Fight [383]
Heart Beautiful Broken Hard rock, folk rock Concord Bicycle Music [384]
Nonpoint The Poison Red Alternative metal Spinefarm [385]
Róisín Murphy Take Her Up to Monto Electropop, art pop PIAS [386]
Schoolboy Q Blank Face LP West Coast hip hop, hip hop, gangsta rap Top Dawg, Interscope [387]
Shura Nothing's Real Electropop Polydor [388]
Switchfoot Where the Light Shines Through Alternative rock, pop rock Vanguard [389]
Tanzwut Schreib es mit Blut AFM [390]
Vanna All Hell Hardcore punk Pure Noise [391]
July
15
Benny Benassi Danceaholic Progressive house Ultra [392]
Cane Hill Smile Nu metal Rise [393]
Good Charlotte Youth Authority Pop punk MDDN [394]
Kel Valhaal New Introductory Lectures on the System of Transcendental Qabala Electronic, experimental music YLYLCYN [395]
Michael Kiwanuka Love & Hate Indie rock, folk rock Polydor [396]
Steven Tyler We're All Somebody from Somewhere Country rock Dot [397]
July
17
Logic Bobby Tarantino Hip hop Visionary Music Group, Def Jam [398]
July
22
Crown the Empire Retrograde Rise [399]
Gucci Mane Everybody Looking Hip hop, trap 1017, Atlantic [400]
Lil Durk Lil Durk 2X Drill, trap Only the Family, Def Jam [401]
Periphery Periphery III: Select Difficulty Progressive metal, djent Sumerian, Century Media, Roadrunner [402]
Karmakanic DOT Inside Out [403]
Relient K Air for Free Pop rock, alternative rock Mono vs Stereo [404]
July
29
Anarbor Anarbor Alternative rock, pop rock [405]
Billy Talent Afraid of Heights Alternative rock, punk rock, post-hardcore, pop punk Warner Music Canada, The End [406]
The Bouncing Souls Simplicity Punk rock Rise, Chunksaah [407]
Descendents Hypercaffium Spazzinate Punk rock Epitaph [408]
DJ Khaled Major Key Hip hop, trap, R&B Epic, We the Best [409]
Fantasia The Definition Of... R&B 19, RCA [410]
Jake Owen American Love Country RCA Nashville [411]
Nao For All We Know Alternative R&B Little Tokyo Recordings [412]
Sinsaenum Echoes of the Tortured Blackened death metal earMUSIC [413]
Zhu Generationwhy Electronic Mind of a Genius, Columbia [414]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
5
Blossoms Blossoms Indie rock, indie pop Virgin EMI [415]
Dinosaur Jr. Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not Alternative rock, indie rock Jagjaguwar [416]
DJ Snake Encore EDM, trap Interscope [417]
Elvis Presley Way Down in the Jungle Room RCA, Legacy [418]
Giggs Landlord British hip hop SN1 Records [419]
Russian Circles Guidance Instrumental rock, post-metal, post-rock Sargent House [420]
Skillet Unleashed Christian metal, hard rock Atlantic [421]
Tarja The Shadow Self Symphonic metal earMUSIC [422]
Wild Beasts Boy King Synth-pop Domino [423]
August
12
The Amity Affliction This Could Be Heartbreak Metalcore, post-hardcore UNFD, Roadrunner [424]
of Montreal Innocence Reaches Indie rock Polyvinyl [425]
The Pineapple Thief Your Wilderness Progressive rock, alternative rock Kscope [426]
Young the Giant Home of the Strange Indie rock, alternative rock Fueled by Ramen [427]
August
18
AJJ The Bible 2 Folk punk SideOneDummy [428]
August
19
Crystal Castles Amnesty (I) Electropunk, witch house Fiction, Casablanca [429]
Ed Harcourt Furnaces Polydor [430]
Frank Ocean Endless Ambient pop, R&B Def Jam [431]
John Williamson His Favourite Collection Country Warner Music Australasia [432]
Lindsey Stirling Brave Enough EDM, classical crossover, electro house Lindseystomp [433]
Lisa Hannigan At Swim Folk, indie Hoop Recordings, PIAS [434]
Myrkur Mausoleum Relapse [435]
Sabaton The Last Stand Power metal Nuclear Blast [436]
Soilwork Death Resonance Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast [437]
Trapt DNA Hard rock, alternative metal, post-grunge, nu metal [438]
August
20
Frank Ocean Blonde R&B Def Jam, Boys Don't Cry [439]
August
26
The Album Leaf Between Waves Relapse [440]
The Bad Plus It's Hard Jazz Okeh [441]
Barbra Streisand Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway Traditional pop Columbia [442]
Britney Spears Glory Pop RCA [443]
Carly Rae Jepsen Emotion: Side B Pop 604, School Boy, Interscope [444]
Celine Dion Encore un soir Pop Columbia [445]
De La Soul and the Anonymous Nobody... Hip hop A.O.I. Records [446]
Florida Georgia Line Dig Your Roots Country Big Machine [447]
Glass Animals How to Be a Human Being Indie pop, art pop, alternative R&B Wolf Tone, Caroline International, Harvest [448]
Marius Neset Snowmelt Jazz ACT Music [449]
Omar Rodríguez-López Arañas en la Sombra Experimental rock, progressive rock, psychedelic rock Ipecac [450]
Sodom Decision Day Thrash metal SPV/Steamhammer [451]
Trygve Seim Rumi Songs Jazz ECM [452]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
September
2
Angel Olsen My Woman Indie rock Jagjaguwar [453]
A Day to Remember Bad Vibrations Metalcore, pop punk ADTR, Epitaph [454]
Eluvium False Readings On Temporary Residence [455]
Freddie Mercury Messenger of the Gods: The Singles Rock, pop rock, opera Mercury, Hollywood, Universal Music [456]
Isaiah Rashad The Sun's Tirade Hip hop Top Dawg Entertainment [457]
James Vincent McMorrow We Move Alternative R&B Faction Records, Believe Recordings, Mahogany Books, Burning Rope [458]
Sophie Ellis-Bextor Familia Indie pop, folk, disco EBGB's, Red Essential [459]
Tigran Hamasyan, Arve Henriksen, Eivind Aarset, and Jan Bang Atmosphères Ambient music, jazz, chamber music ECM [460]
Travis Scott Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight Hip hop Grand Hustle, Epic [461]
Zomby Ultra Hyperdub [462]
September
9
Bastille Wild World Indie rock Virgin EMI, Virgin, Universal Music Group [463]
clipping. Splendor & Misery Experimental hip hop Sub Pop [464]
The Dear Hunter Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional Progressive rock, indie rock Equal Vision [465]
Devin Townsend Project Transcendence Progressive metal, symphonic metal HevyDevy Records [466]
Gavin DeGraw Something Worth Saving Pop RCA [467]
Grouplove Big Mess Alternative rock, indie rock Canvasback, Atlantic [468]
The Head and the Heart Signs of Light Indie folk, indie pop, indie rock Warner Bros. [469]
Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998–2016 Acoustic, blues Third Man, Columbia [470]
Jennifer Rostock Genau in diesem Ton Rock, punk, pop rock, electropop Four Music [471]
Local Natives Sunlit Youth Indie rock Loma Vista, Infectious [472]
KT Tunstall Kin Pop rock, indie rock Caroline, Sony/ATV Music [473]
M.I.A. AIM Hip hop Interscope, Polydor [474]
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Skeleton Tree Alternative rock, electronica, ambient, avant-garde Bad Seed Ltd. [475]
Norma Jean Polar Similar Metalcore, post-hardcore Solid State [476]
Of Mice & Men Cold World Nu metal, alternative metal, post-hardcore, metalcore Rise [477]
Okkervil River Away Indie rock ATO [478]
Safia Internal Electronic, indie pop Parlophone, Warner Music Australasia [479]
Scott Tixier Cosmic Adventure Jazz Sunnyside [480]
Teenage Fanclub Here Alternative rock [481]
September
16
Aaron Lewis Sinner Country Dot, Big Machine [482]
Against Me! Shape Shift with Me Punk rock Total Treble Music [483]
AlunaGeorge I Remember Electronic Island [484]
The Black Sorrows Faithful Satellite Blues, rock, soul Head Records [485]
Beware of Darkness Are You Real? Alternative rock Bright Antenna [486]
Bobby Rush Porcupine Meat Blues Rounder [487]
Die Antwoord Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid Alternative hip hop, rave [488]
Dinosaur Together, As One Jazz Edition [489]
Lordi Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy) Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock AFM [490]
Mac Miller The Divine Feminine Alternative hip hop, jazz rap REMember Music, Warner Bros. [491]
Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave Alternative rock, hard rock Hopeless [492]
Touché Amoré Stage Four Post-hardcore, screamo, melodic hardcore Epitaph [493]
Usher Hard II Love R&B RCA [494]
Willie Nelson For the Good Times: A Tribute to Ray Price Country Legacy [495]
Young Guns Echoes Alternative rock Windup [496]
September
21
Feeder All Bright Electric Alternative rock, post-grunge, art rock Cooking Vinyl [497]
September
23
Airbourne Breakin' Outta Hell Hard rock Spinefarm [498]
Beach Slang A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings Punk rock Polyvinyl, Big Scary Monsters [499]
Billy Bragg & Joe Henry Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad Folk Cooking Vinyl [500]
Bruce Springsteen Chapter and Verse Rock Columbia [501]
Crowder American Prodigal CCM, worship Sparrow, sixsteps, Capitol CMG [502]
David Bowie Who Can I Be Now? (1974–1976) Parlophone [503]
Devendra Banhart Ape in Pink Marble Indie folk, indie, alternative Nonesuch [504]
Every Time I Die Low Teens Metalcore, hardcore punk, Southern rock Epitaph [505]
Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam I Had a Dream That You Were Mine Indie rock Glassnote [506]
How to Dress Well Care Art pop Domino, Weird World [507]
Idina Menzel Idina Pop Warner Bros. [508]
Marillion Fuck Everyone and Run (F E A R) Neo-progressive rock earMUSIC [509]
Rachael Yamagata Tightrope Walker Frankenfish, Thirty Tigers [510]
Shawn Mendes Illuminate Pop Island, Universal [511]
Skylar Grey Natural Causes Alternative pop KidinaKorner, Interscope [512]
Vangelis Rosetta Electronic, ambient, classical Decca [513]
Various artists Trolls: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack RCA [514]
Warpaint Heads Up Indie rock Rough Trade [515]
September
27
Danny Brown Atrocity Exhibition Experimental hip hop Warp [516]
September
30
Banks The Altar Alternative R&B Harvest [517]
Bob Weir Blue Mountain Rock, folk, country Legacy, Columbia [518]
Bon Iver 22, A Million Indie folk, folktronica Jagjaguwar [519]
Craig David Following My Intuition UK Garage, dance, tropical house Sony Music, Insanity [520]
Drive-By Truckers American Band Country rock, alternative rock, alternative country ATO [521]
Epica The Holographic Principle Symphonic metal Nuclear Blast [522]
Eric Clapton Live in San Diego Reprise [523]
Hayley Kiyoko Citrine Pop Atlantic [524]
Jenny Hval Blood Bitch Art pop, avant-garde, electronica Sacred Bones [525]
Mr. Oizo All Wet Electronic music, techno Ed Banger [526]
Opeth Sorceress Progressive rock Nuclear Blast, Moderbolaget [527]
Pixies Head Carrier Alternative rock, indie rock, pop rock Pixiesmusic, PIAS [528]
Regina Spektor Remember Us to Life Pop, alternative Warner Bros., Sire [529]
Slaves Take Control Punk rock Virgin EMI [530]
Solange A Seat at the Table Neo soul, R&B Saint, Columbia [531]
Suicidal Tendencies World Gone Mad Crossover thrash Suicidal Records [532]
Tycho Epoch Ambient, electronic, post-rock Ghostly International [533]
Van Morrison Keep Me Singing Rock Caroline [534]
Yello Toy Electronic dance music Universal [535]
Yellowcard Yellowcard Alternative rock, pop punk Hopeless [536]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
October
5
Shinee 1 of 1 K-pop S.M. Entertainment, KT Music [537]
October
7
Alter Bridge The Last Hero Alternative metal, hard rock, heavy metal, progressive metal Caroline, Napalm [538]
Barry Gibb In the Now Rock, country Columbia [539]
Colbie Caillat The Malibu Sessions Pop PlummyLou Records [540]
Dance Gavin Dance Mothership Post-hardcore, experimental rock Rise [541]
Daya Sit Still, Look Pretty Electropop, dance-pop, synth-pop, teen pop Z Entertainment, Artbeatz, RED Distribution [542]
Goat Requiem Alternative rock, psychedelic Sub Pop, Rocket Recordings [543]
Green Day Revolution Radio Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock Reprise [544]
Joyce Manor Cody Emo, pop punk, indie rock, punk rock Epitaph [545]
Kaiser Chiefs Stay Together Pop rock Fiction [546]
Lizzo Coconut Oil Atlantic [547]
Loretta Lynn White Christmas Blue Country Legacy [548]
Melissa Etheridge MEmphis Rock and Soul Rock, Memphis soul Stax [549]
Meshuggah The Violent Sleep of Reason Extreme metal, progressive metal, avant-garde metal Nuclear Blast [550]
NOFX First Ditch Effort Punk rock Fat Wreck Chords [551]
Norah Jones Day Breaks Jazz, pop rock Blue Note [552]
Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Amy Sky Liv On Sony Music Australia [553]
OneRepublic Oh My My Pop, pop rock Mosley, Interscope [554]
Phantogram Three Republic [555]
Placebo Life's What You Make It Alternative rock [556]
Placebo A Place for Us to Dream Alternative rock Rise [557]
Sonata Arctica The Ninth Hour Symphonic metal, power metal Nuclear Blast [558]
Sum 41 13 Voices Alternative metal, alternative rock, punk rock Hopeless [559]
White Lies Friends Indie rock BMG [560]
October
10
BTS Wings Hip hop, EDM, R&B Big Hit [561]
October
14
Beth Hart Fire on the Floor Blues rock Provogue [562]
Chris Young It Must Be Christmas Country, Christmas RCA Nashville [563]
Conor Oberst Ruminations Nonesuch [564]
Cupcakke Audacious Hip hop [565]
Darkthrone Arctic Thunder Black metal Peaceville [566]
Dave Holland Aziza Jazz Dare2 Records [567]
David Bromberg Band The Blues, the Whole Blues, and Nothing But the Blues Blues Red House [568]
The Dillinger Escape Plan Dissociation Mathcore, progressive metal Party Smasher, Cooking Vinyl [569]
The Game 1992 West Coast hip hop, Gangsta rap Blood Money Entertainment, eOne [570]
Hillsong Worship Let There Be Light Worship Hillsong, Sparrow, Capitol [571]
Jeff Rosenstock Worry. Punk rock, indie rock SideOneDummy [572]
Jessica Mauboy The Secret Daughter: Songs from the Original TV Series Pop Sony Music Australia [573]
JoJo Mad Love R&B Atlantic [574]
Katie Melua In Winter BMG [575]
Kings of Leon Walls Rock RCA [576]
Lisa Mitchell Warriors Pop Warner Music Australia [577]
The Naked and Famous Simple Forms Somewhat Damaged, Kobalt Label Services [578]
The Orb COW / Chill Out, World! Electronica, dub, IDM, chill-out Kompakt [579]
Phil Collins The Singles Rhino [580]
Rebecca Ferguson Superwoman Syco, Sony Music [581]
Sabrina Carpenter Evolution Electropop Hollywood [582]
Tom Chaplin The Wave Pop Island [583]
Two Door Cinema Club Gameshow Indie rock Parlophone [584]
October
21
Agnes Obel Citizen of Glass PIAS [585]
Amaranthe Maximalism Metalcore, power metal Spinefarm [586]
American Football American Football Rock Polyvinyl [587]
David Crosby Lighthouse Folk GroundUP Music [588]
The Dean Ween Group The Deaner Album ATO [589]
DRAM Big Baby DRAM Hip hop Atlantic, Empire [590]
Elvis Presley The Wonder of You Orchestral pop RCA, Legacy [591]
Far East Movement Identity EDM, pop Transparent Agency, Spinnin', eOne [592]
I Prevail Lifelines Post-hardcore, metalcore, alternative rock Fearless [593]
Jimmy Eat World Integrity Blues Rock RCA [594]
Joe Budden Rage & The Machine Hip hop Mood Muzik Entertainment, EMPIRE [595]
Korn The Serenity of Suffering Nu metal Roadrunner [596]
Lady Gaga Joanne Soft rock, dance-pop Interscope [597]
Leonard Cohen You Want It Darker Folk, soft rock Columbia [598]
Melanie C Version of Me Pop rock Red Girl [599]
Michael Bublé Nobody but Me Traditional pop, vocal jazz Reprise [600]
Pentatonix A Pentatonix Christmas A cappella, Christmas RCA [601]
The Pretenders Alone Rock BMG [602]
The Pretty Reckless Who You Selling For Rock Razor & Tie [603]
R. Kelly 12 Nights of Christmas R&B, soul RCA [604]
The Radio Dept. Running Out of Love Dream pop, indie pop, electronic Labrador [605]
Rascal Flatts The Greatest Gift of All Country, Christmas Big Machine [606]
Saint Motel saintmotelevision Indie pop Elektra, On The Records, Parlophone [607]
Sarah McLachlan Wonderland Christmas Verve [608]
October
26
Arashi Are You Happy? Pop, R&B J Storm [609]
October
28
Avenged Sevenfold The Stage Thrash metal, progressive metal Capitol [610]
Black M Éternel insatisfait French hip hop, French pop Wati B, Sony Music, Jive, Epic [611]
Blue Rodeo 1000 Arms Country rock Warner Music Canada [612]
Courteeners Mapping the Rendezvous Indie rock Ignition Records [613]
CRX New Skin Hard rock, stoner rock, industrial rock, power pop Columbia [614]
Empire of the Sun Two Vines Virgin EMI [615]
Helmet Dead to the World Alternative metal earMUSIC [616]
James Arthur Back from the Edge Pop Columbia [617]
Jeezy Trap or Die 3 Hip hop Def Jam, CTE World [618]
Jennifer Nettles To Celebrate Christmas Country, Christmas Big Machine [619]
Kacey Musgraves A Very Kacey Christmas Country, Christmas Mercury Nashville [620]
Kenny Chesney Cosmic Hallelujah Country Blue Chair, Columbia Nashville [621]
LeAnn Rimes Remnants Country, rock, country pop Sony Music [622]
Madness Can't Touch Us Now Ska, pop, reggae Lucky 7 [623]
Testament Brotherhood of the Snake Thrash metal Nuclear Blast [624]
Tkay Maidza Tkay Synth-pop, hip hop Downtown, Interscope [625]
Tove Lo Lady Wood Electropop, synth-pop, dance-pop, tech house Island [626]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
November
4
Alicia Keys Here R&B, soul RCA [627]
B.o.B. Elements Conscious hip hop, political hip hop Label No Genre [628]
Bon Jovi This House Is Not for Sale Arena rock, pop rock Island [629]
The Chainsmokers Collage Disruptor, Columbia [630]
Client Liaison Diplomatic Immunity Electropop, indie pop, new wave, synth-pop Dot Dash Recordings, Remote Control, Inertia [631]
Common Black America Again Hip hop ARTium, Def Jam [632]
Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions Until the Hunter Alternative rock Tendril Tales [633]
Jaws Simplicity Post-punk [634]
Jim James Eternally Even Indie rock, psychedelic rock, alternative rock ATO, Capitol [635]
Keke Palmer Lauren R&B Island [636]
Kungs Layers Deep house, tropical house House of Barclay [637]
Laura Pausini Laura Xmas Christmas music, jazz, swing Warner [638]
Marcus & Martinus Together Pop Sony Music Entertainment Norway [639]
Queen On Air Rock, hard rock Virgin EMI, Hollywood [640]
Robbie Williams The Heavy Entertainment Show Pop Columbia [641]
Shirley Collins Lodestar Folk Domino [642]
Susan Boyle A Wonderful World Operatic pop, crossover, easy listening Syco, Columbia, Sony Music [643]
Tinashe Nightride Alternative R&B RCA [644]
Waterparks Double Dare Pop punk Equal Vision [645]
November
5
French Montana MC4 Hip hop Coke Boys, Bad Boy, Maybach Music Group, Epic [646]
November
11
Bob Dylan The 1966 Live Recordings Folk Columbia [647]
Cliff Richard Just... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Rock and roll Sony Music [648]
David Bowie Legacy (The Very Best of David Bowie) Rock Sony Music [649]
Emeli Sandé Long Live the Angels R&B, Soul Virgin [650]
Enigma The Fall of a Rebel Angel New-age, pop, electronica, downtempo Baloo Music S.A. [651]
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Christmas Together Christmas, country Pearl, Gwendolyn [652]
In Flames Battles Alternative metal Eleven Seven, Nuclear Blast [653]
John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John Friends for Christmas Pop, Christmas music Sony Music Australia [654]
Lorenzo Senni Persona Hard trance, intelligent dance music Warp [655]
Mina & Celentano Le migliori Pop Clan, PDU [656]
Nathan Sykes Unfinished Business Pop, R&B, EDM Global Entertainment [657]
Olly Murs 24 Hrs Pop Epic [658]
Ronnie Dunn Tattooed Heart Country Nash Icon [659]
Simple Minds Acoustic Acoustic Caroline International [660]
Sirenia Dim Days of Dolor Gothic metal, symphonic metal, doom metal Napalm [661]
Sleigh Bells Jessica Rabbit Indie pop Torn Clean [662]
Sting 57th & 9th Pop rock Cherrytree, Interscope, A&M [663]
A Tribe Called Quest We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service East Coast hip hop, jazz rap Epic [664]
You Blew It! Abendrot Indie rock Triple Crown [665]
November
18
6lack Free 6lack Hip hop, R&B LoveRenaissance, Interscope [666]
Bic Runga Close Your Eyes Sony Music New Zealand [667]
Bridgit Mendler Nemesis Soul, indie, R&B Black Box [668]
Bruno Mars 24K Magic Funk Atlantic [669]
DNCE DNCE Pop Republic [670]
Dragonette Royal Blues [671]
E-40 The D-Boy Diary: Book 1 Hip hop Heavy on the Grind Entertainment [672]
E-40 The D-Boy Diary: Book 2 Hip hop Heavy on the Grind Entertainment [672]
High Valley Dear Life Country Atlantic, Warner Nashville [673]
Highly Suspect The Boy Who Died Wolf Alternative rock 300 Entertainment [674]
Ion Dissonance Cast the First Stone Good Fight Music [675]
Justice Woman Nu-disco, electro house Because, Ed Banger [676]
Kevin Abstract American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story Indie pop, alternative hip hop, alternative R&B Brockhampton Records [677]
Little Mix Glory Days Dance-pop, R&B Syco, Columbia [678]
Metallica Hardwired... to Self-Destruct Thrash metal Blackened Recordings [679]
Miranda Lambert The Weight of These Wings Country RCA Nashville [680]
Pink Martini Je dis oui! Heinz Records [681]
Sixx:A.M. Prayers for the Blessed Alternative metal, hard rock Eleven Seven [682]
Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances Garage rock, psychedelic rock Castle Face [683]
November
22
Prince 4Ever Pop, rock, funk NPG, Warner Bros. [684]
November
23
Lil Uzi Vert and Gucci Mane 1017 vs. The World Hip hop, trap Generation Now, GUWOP [685]
November
25
Flume Skin Companion EP 1 [686]
Garth Brooks Gunslinger Country Pearl [687]
Kate Bush Before the Dawn Progressive pop, art pop, art rock Concord, Fish People [688]
Kylie Minogue Kylie Christmas: Snow Queen Edition Christmas, traditional pop Parlophone, Warner Bros. [689]
Rumer This Girl's in Love: A Bacharach and David Songbook Pop East West, Warner Bros. [690]
The Weeknd Starboy Alternative R&B XO, Republic [691]

December[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
December
1
Sechs Kies 2016 Re-Album K-pop, hip hop, dance-pop, R&B YG [692]
December
2
Childish Gambino "Awaken, My Love!" R&B, soul, funk, psychedelic soul Glassnote [693]
deadmau5 W:/2016Album/ Electronic dance music mau5trap [694]
Grace VanderWaal Perfectly Imperfect Pop Columbia [695]
Jean-Michel Jarre Oxygène 3 Electronic [696]
John Legend Darkness and Light R&B Columbia, GOOD [697]
The Narrative Golden Silence Indie rock, synth-pop [698]
Pete Doherty Hamburg Demonstrations Cloud Hill [699]
The Rolling Stones Blue & Lonesome Blues rock Polydor [700]
Tiziano Ferro Il mestiere della vita Pop Universal [701]
Various artists The Hamilton Mixtape Hip hop, R&B, pop Atlantic [702]
December
9
Ab-Soul Do What Thou Wilt. Hip hop Top Dawg [703]
Evanescence Lost Whispers Alternative metal The Bicycle Music Company [704]
Hodgy Fireplace: TheNotTheOtherSide Hip hop Odd Future, Columbia [705]
J. Cole 4 Your Eyez Only Conscious hip hop Dreamville, Roc Nation [706]
LP Lost on You Indie rock Vagrant [707]
Maria Taylor In the Next Life Indie folk Flower Moon Records [708]
Neil Young Peace Trail Rock Reprise [709]
Post Malone Stoney Country, R&B Republic [710]
Tech N9ne The Storm Hip hop Strange [711]
December
12
Big Bang Made Dance-pop, R&B, hip hop YG [712]
December
16
Gabrielle Aplin Miss You Never Fade [713]
Kid Cudi Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' Hip hop Wicked Awesome, Republic [714]
T.I. Us or Else: Letter to the System Political hip hop Grand Hustle, Roc Nation [715]
December
21
Dec 99th Dec 99th [716]
December
22
Nine Inch Nails Not the Actual Events Industrial rock The Null Corporation [717]

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