Big names release new albums

This September marks a big take off for the music industry with many popular names releasing their new albums.

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By Lizbeth Landeros / Staff Writer

New and veteran artist release must hear albums for the fall. (Destiny Rivera / Interim Managing editor)

By Lizbeth Landeros / Staff Writer

This September marks a big take off for the music industry with many popular names releasing their new albums.

Such as, Green Day, Nelly Furtado, T.I., Ne-Yo, Pink, The Killers, and the list continues to go on.

There are also many new up and coming artist debuting their very first CDs.

One band for example, Imagine Dragons, released their EP “Continued Silence” in early February, and will release their album “Night Visions” on Sept. 4.

After an 11 year hiatus, veterans in the music industry, No Doubt, releases their new album “Push and Shove”.

Olly Murs made it big in the UK and is finally getting some recognition here in the states. His album “In Case You Didn’t Know” comes out Sept. 25.

T.I. will be releasing his 8th studio album “Trouble Man” Sept. 4.

In the indie scene, Two Door Cinema Club is releasing their second studio album “Beacon”.

Their first studio album “Tourist History” was nothing short of awesome, with catchy singable lyrics and guitar riffs that made you want to get up and dance, “Beacon” will be sure not to disappoint.

With his soulful, charming voice, Ne-Yo will make you fall in love with his album “R.E.D.”.

Wiz Khalifa releasing his second studio album “O.N.I.F.C.” Featuring his hit single “Work Hard, Play Hard”

“Battle Born” will be The Killers’ fourth studio album.

Their first single off the album, “Runaways” was a crowd pleaser, setting the tone for the rest of the album. Off to a great start Killers.

Green Day is releasing their album as a three part set. The first album “Uno” will be released in September, the second “Dos” will be out in November, and the third “Tre”, named after the drummer, will be released in January 2013.

Releasing their fifth studio album, after ten years is Matchbox Twenty with “North”.

Mumford & Sons will be releasing their second studio album “Babel”.

The first single off the album, “I Will Wait,” premiered on Zane Lowe’s radio show in August.

Since making it big with her catchy pop single “Call Me Maybe”, Carly Rae Jepsen is releasing her second studio album “Kiss” on Sept. 18.

Her second single “Good Time” features Owl City and is quickly rising to the top of the charts.

R&B princess’ P!nk and Nelly Furtado are also coming out with new discs.

With such a huge music preview it might be hard to listen to all of them, but indie fans, hip-hop fans, punk and pop fans all have something to cuddle up with via iTunes, their turn tables or old fashion car stereos.

All these albums are sure to be great, make sure you are the last to check them out take a listen and definitely buy the albums.

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