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November list by Bret Armstrong
This Is All Yours alt-j

Two years after releasing their Mercury Prize-winning debut, Alt-J continues to create unique music that pushes rock's boundaries with their sophomore album. Includes the tracks Hunger of the Pine; Left Hand Free; and Warm Foothills.

Depeche ModeKeyshia Cole
Point of No Returnkeyshia cole

Four time Grammy nominee Keyshia Cole returns with her sixth studio album, which comes two years after the release of Woman to Woman. Fans will get to see what went into her latest CD with an upcoming reality series on BET. (Explicit Lyrics)


Tastemakers and critics have wholeheartedly embraced the spirited and soulful sound of Hozier. The singer-songwriter has already made several appearances on NPR as well as The Late Show with David Letterman and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Stevie Nicks
24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vaultstevie Nicks

The legendary Stevie Nicks has an instantly recognizable voice that has inspired and influenced artists for generations. Her latest solo album features songs that she has written over the years but never had a chance to record until now.

Art Official Ageprince

Prince returns with a contemporary concoction of soul, R&B, and funk with immediate and prominent melodies. Prince's vocals are rich and solid, taking full advantage of his vocal range with decidedly seductive lyrics.

The Script
No Sound Without Silence
the script

Dublin rockers The Script are back with their fourth studio album, which includes the new single Superheroes. To date the band has sold eighteen million records worldwide and topped the charts.

Bob Seger
Ride Outbob seger

Bob Seger has emerged from the studio equipped with a new album. The first single, Detroit Made, pays homage to America's love affair with the automobile. Produced by Seger, the new collection stays true to his legendary sound as he effortlessly marries rock, blues, and country, yielding an album with all the hallmarks of the rocker's deep catalog of hits.

Songs of Innocenceu2

U2's most personal work to date charts the band's earliest influences from '70s rock and punk rock to early '80s electronica and ambient music and giving insight into how and why the band came together. The album deals with themes of home and family, relationships and discovery.

Everthing Will Be Alright in the EndWeezer

After four years, one of the biggest bands in alternative rock returns with a brand new studio album. Among the tracks is the new single Back to the Shack, which the band performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Rose Ave.

Pink joins forces with City and Colour's Dallas Green for an album that features a folk rock feel similar to the Civil Wars and First Aid Kit. Among the tracks are Capsized; Break the Cycle; and You and Me.