New Music Monday: 5 November

Not too many shocking releases this week, but there are a few that are certain to hold a central spot on your iPod for a pretty long time. Highlights include [tag]Jay-Z[/tag]’s much awaited post-“retirement” LP American Gangster, inspired by the same titled movie. It seems hip-hop holds this weeks monopoly, in terms of new records, as Jay-Z fellow eastsiders [tag]Infamous Mobb[/tag] release their third studio effort, Reality Rap.

Blink 182‘s legacy, together with +44, alt group Angels & Airwaves are releasing their sophomore album, I-Empire; their debut was a stunning success, so this one should pick up like hot donuts with ease. Oh and if you’re a little into indie rock and brit pop in general, you should definitely check out the debut record from The Wombats, titled The Wombats Proudly Present: A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation. The band sounds really promising and their debut is worth a few listens.

Jay-Z  	American Gangster
Jay Z: American Gangster


Angels and Airwaves  	I-Empire
Angles & Airwaves: I-Empire


The Royal We - ‘The Royal We’
The Royal We: The Royal We


Saga  	10,000 Days
Saga: 10.000 Days


The Wombats - ‘The Wombats Proudly Present A Guide To Love, Loss & Desperation’
The Wombats: The Wombats Proudly Present: A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation


Various Artists: The Darjeeling Limited
Various Artists: The Darjeeling Limited (soundtrack)


McFly - ‘Greatest Hits’
McFly: Greatest Hits


Sigur Ros  	Hvarf/Heim
Sigur Ros: Hvarf/Heim

Demon Hunter  	Storm the Gates of Hell
Demon Hunter: Storm the Gates of Hell

Monster Magnet  	4-Way Diabl
Monster Magnet: 4-Way Diablo

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