Eminem has the highest-profile new release on one of the quietest weeks of the year. Other notables include Avenged Sevenfold, Scarface and G-Eazy.
The flood of albums geared to the Christmas is slowing down to a trickle. The big names with new offerings out today are Luke Bryan, T.I., and Barbra Streisand, while Brett Kissel leads the Canadian contingent.
Lusting after your Christmas gift spending are new albums from Neil Young, U2, Van Morrison, Pitbull and Chris Stapleton, while reissues from Wilco, Rush and Ella Fitzgerald also come out today.
It is an excellent week of new releases for lovers of classic soul, with new offerings from Mavis Staples and the late great Sharon Jones.
The number of new releases out today is lower than of late. Taylor Swift is making headlines with Reputation, while other big names with new discs include Sting, Seal, Elton John, and Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Canadian superstars Bryan Adams, Johnny Reid, and Shawn Mendes headline the impressive lineup of new platters being released today. Sam Smith and Maroon 5 will grab attention too, while older music lovers can check out new titles from Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Richard Thompson.
The final solo album from Gord Downie leads this week's list of new releases. Other notable offerings come from Kelly Clarkson, Kenny Chesney, Lee Ann Womack, Gregory Porter and Canadians Russell DeCarle, Majid Jordan, and Deep Dark Woods.
There is a potent crop of new releases clamouring for your attention today. Contenders include Cheap Trick, Boyz 11 Men, and Canadians Matt Mays, Matthew Good, Skydiggers, and Kim Stockwood with Bill King.
A flood of new releases arriving today includes the likes of Pink, Beck and Robert Plant. A stellar Canadian crop features the Tenors, Stars, The Barr Brothers, Terra Lightfoot and Downchild.
There's another deluge of new albums being released today. Leading the Canadian contingent are offerings from Wolf Parade, Weaves, Whitney Rose, Blue Hawaii, The Weather Station, and Emma-Lee, up against such international contenders as Marilyn Manson, and Gwen Stefani.
A bumper crop of new releases features femme stars Miley Cyrus, Shania Twain and Demi Lovato. Heading up the Canadian posse are Hedley, Mo Kenney, Propagandhi, and The East Pointers.
A deluge of new releases salivating for your attention arrives with the fall. They range from Fergie and The Killers to such Maple Leaf-stamped hopefuls as Metz, Lights, Neon Dreams and Cold Specks, and reissues from the Stones and Spandau Ballet. Check out our extensive listing.