List of 2010 albums

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The following is a list of albums that were released during 2010.

First quarter

January

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
January
5
The Dear & Departed Chapters Rock Equal Vision Chad Gilbert [1]
Kanye West VH1 Storytellers Hip hop, R&B Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam Kanye West [2]
Katharine McPhee Unbroken Pop, adult contemporary Resource Music Entertainment John Alagía [3]
Kesha Animal Electropop, dance-pop RCA, Kemosabe Dr. Luke, Ammo, Benny Blanco, David Gamson, Greg Kurstin, Max Martin, Tom Neville, Kesha Sebert, Shellback [4]
January
11
Adam Green Minor Love Anti-folk, garage rock Rough Trade Noah Georgeson [5]
Delphic Acolyte Alternative dance Polydor, Dangerbird, Modular Ewan Pearson [6]
You Me at Six Hold Me Down Alternative rock, pop punk Virgin Matt O'Grady, John Mitchell [7]
January
12
The Bouncing Souls Ghosts on the Boardwalk Punk rock Chunksaah Ted Hutt [8]
Kate Maki Two Song Wedding Folk Confusion Unlimited Kate Maki [9]
OK Go Of the Blue Colour of the Sky Alternative rock, power pop Capitol, EMI Dave Fridmann [10]
Owen Pallett Heartland Indie rock Domino Owen Pallett [11]
Ringo Starr Y Not Rock Hip-O, UMe Ringo Starr, Bruce Sugar [12]
Vampire Weekend Contra Indie rock, worldbeat XL Rostam Batmanglij [13]
Woodpigeon Die Stadt Muzikanten Indie rock Boompa, End of the Road Arran Fisher [14]
January
18
Lostprophets The Betrayed Alternative metal, alternative rock Visible Noise Stuart Richardson, Justin Hopfer [15]
These New Puritans Hidden Art rock Angular, Domino Jack Barnett, Graham Sutton [16]
January
19
Cold War Kids Behave Yourself Indie rock, soul Downtown, V2 Matt Wignall [17]
Eels End Times Rock Vagrant, E Works E [18]
Motion City Soundtrack My Dinosaur Life Emo, Pop punk Columbia Mark Hoppus [19]
RJD2 The Colossus Hip hop, electronica, alternative rock RJ's Electrical Connections RJD2 [20]
Spoon Transference Indie rock Merge Britt Daniel, Jim Eno [21]
Surfer Blood Astro Coast Indie rock Kanine John Paul Pitts [22]
January
20
Corinne Bailey Rae The Sea Soul, R&B, pop rock Virgin Steve Brown, Steve Chrisanthou, James Poyser, Corinne Baily Rae, Ahmir 'Questlove' Thompson [23]
Joel Alme Waiting for the Bells Indie rock Razzia Mattias Glavå [24]
January
22
Suicide Commando Implements of Hell Industrial Metropolis [25]
January
25
Four Tet There Is Love in You Folktronica Domino Kieran Hebden [26]
Jaga Jazzist One-Armed Bandit Post-rock, progressive rock, jazz fusion Ninja Tune Jaga Jazzist, Jørgen Træen [27]
January
26
Alesana The Emptiness Post-hardcore Fearless Kris Crummett [28]
Barry Manilow The Greatest Love Songs of All Time Pop Arista Barry Manilow, Michael Lloyd [29]
Basia Bulat Heart of My Own Folk Secret City Howard Bilerman [30]
Beach House Teen Dream Indie rock Sub Pop, Bella Union Chris Coady, Beach House [31]
Day of Fire Losing All Post-grunge Razor & Tie Rogers Masson [32]
Evacuate Chicago Veracity Metalcore, alternative rock, experimental rock Rock Ridge Music Alex Preiss, Josh Key [33]
Lady Antebellum Need You Now Country Capitol Nashville Paul Worley, Lady Antebellum [34]
Living Sacrifice The Infinite Order Groove metal, metalcore Solid State Jeremiah Scott [35]
Locksley Be In Love Feature Records [36]
Los Campesinos! Romance Is Boring Indie rock Wichita, Arts & Crafts John Goodmanson [37]
The Magnetic Fields Realism Indie rock Nonesuch Stephin Merritt [38]
Number One Gun To the Secrets and Knowledge Christian rock Tooth & Nail Jeff Schneeweis [39]
The Wonder Years The Upsides Pop punk No Sleep Vince Ratti [40]
Woodhands Remorsecapade Electronic Paper Bag [41]
January
28
The Knife Tomorrow, in a Year Rabid The Knife, Mt. Sims, Planningtorock [42]
January
29
Overkill Ironbound Thrash metal eOne Music, Nuclear Blast Overkill [43]

February

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
February
1
Apparatjik We Are Here Alternative rock [44]
Hot Chip One Life Stand [45]
Kashmir Trespassers [46]
Midlake The Courage of Others Folk rock [47]
February
2
BT These Hopeful Machines Electronica [48]
Disco Biscuits Planet Anthem [49]
Dommin Love Is Gone [50]
Lil Wayne Rebirth Rap rock [51]
Rob Zombie Hellbilly Deluxe 2 [52]
The Soft Pack The Soft Pack [53]
February
8
Fair Disappearing World Tooth & Nail [54]
Fear Factory Mechanize Industrial metal Candlelight, AFM Rhys Fulber, Fear Factory [55]
Fireflight For Those Who Wait Christian rock Flicker Rob Hawkins, Jason McArthur [56]
HIM Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice Alternative rock Sire Matt Squire [57]
Jaheim Another Round R&B, soul Atlantic Eric Hudson [58]
Josh Turner Haywire Country MCA Nashville Frank Rogers [59]
Look What I Did Atlas Drugged Modernist Movement Recordings Brian Virtue [60]
Massive Attack Heligoland Electronica Virgin Neil Davidge, Robert Del Naja [61]
Ov Hell The Underworld Regime Black metal Indie, Prosthetic Tom Cato Visnes [62]
Sade Soldier of Love Pop-soul, quiet storm Epic Mike Pela, Sade [63]
TobyMac Tonight Christian rock ForeFront Toby McKeehan, Christopher Stevens, Jamie Moore, David Wyatt [64]
Yeasayer Odd Blood Experimental rock Secretly Canadian Yeasayer [65]
February
12
Angels & Airwaves Love Alternative rock Geffen Tom DeLonge [66]
February
15
Lightspeed Champion Life Is Sweet! Nice to Meet You Folk Domino Ben Allen, Devonté Hynes [67]
Marina and the Diamonds The Family Jewels Indie pop 679, Atlantic Marina Diamandis, Pascal Gabriel, Liam Howe, Ash Howes, Greg Kurstin, Richard "Biff" Stannard, Starsmith [68]
February
16
Field Music Field Music (Measure) Indie rock Memphis Industries David Brewis, Peter Brewis [69]
Juliana Hatfield Peace and Love Indie rock Ye Olde Records Juliana Hatfield [70]
Smoking Popes It's Been A Long Day Asian Man [71]
Story of the Year The Constant Alternative rock Epitaph Michael "Elvis" Baskette [72]
February
17
Finntroll Nifelvind [73]
February
22
Autechre Oversteps IDM [74]
The Courteeners Falcon Indie rock [75]
Elephant9 Walk the Nile Rune Grammofon [76]
February
23
Alkaline Trio This Addiction Punk rock [77]
Butch Walker I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart Alternative rock, pop rock [78]
Electric President The Violent Blue Electronic [79]
Holly Miranda The Magician's Private Library Indie rock [80]
Joanna Newsom Have One on Me [81]
Johnny Cash American VI: Ain't No Grave Americana [82]
Kidz in the Hall Land of Make Believe Hip hop [83]
Newworldson Newworldson [84]
The Rocket Summer Of Men and Angels Pop rock [85]
Shearwater The Golden Archipelago Indie rock [86]
Shout Out Louds Work Indie rock [87]
Starfield The Saving One [88]
Zeus Say Us Alternative, indie [89]
February
24
Dark Tranquillity We Are the Void Heavy metal [90]
van Canto Tribe of Force A cappella, heavy metal [91]
February
26
Oomph! Truth or Dare Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial [92]

March

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
March
1
Groove Armada Black Light Electronica [93]
Tunng ...And Then We Saw Land Folktronica [94]
Two Door Cinema Club Tourist History Indie rock [95]
March
2
Before Their Eyes Untouchable [96]
DJ Khaled Victory Hip hop [97]
Jaguar Love Hologram Jams [98]
Lifehouse Smoke & Mirrors Alternative rock [99]
Meredith Andrews As Long as It Takes Contemporary Christian [100]
Portugal. The Man American Ghetto [101]
Rogue Wave Permalight Indie rock [102]
Satellites & Sirens Satellites & Sirens Christian rock [103]
Shooter Jennings and Hierophant Black Ribbons [104]
Various artists WOW Worship: Purple Worship [105]
March
3
Gorillaz Plastic Beach Hip hop [106]
March
5
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Beat the Devil's Tattoo Alternative rock [107]
Boyzone Brother Pop [108]
Jimi Hendrix Valleys of Neptune Rock [109]
Sugababes Sweet 7 [110]
March
8
Airbourne No Guts. No Glory. Hard rock [111]
Amy Macdonald A Curious Thing [112]
Goldheart Assembly Wolves and Thieves [113]
March
9
Adie Just You and Me Contemporary Christian BEC Recordings Steve Hindalong [114]
The Besnard Lakes The Besnard Lakes Are the Roaring Night Indie rock Jagjaguwar, Outside Music Jace Lasek [115]
The Bled Heat Fetish Hardcore, mathcore Rise Nando Rivas, Jeremy Ray Talley [116]
Broken Bells Broken Bells Indie rock Columbia Danger Mouse [117]
Chasen That Was Then, This Is Now Christian rock [118]
Demon Hunter The World Is a Thorn Metalcore, nu metal, groove metal Solid State Aaron Sprinkle [119]
Four Year Strong Enemy of the World Decaydance, Universal Motown Machine [120]
Frightened Rabbit The Winter of Mixed Drinks Indie rock FatCat Peter Katis [121]
Gary Allan Get Off on the Pain Country MCA Nashville Gary Allan, Greg Droman, Mark Wright [122]
Liars Sisterworld Mute Tom Biller [123]
Ludacris Battle of the Sexes Hip hop Disturbing tha Peace, Def Jam Ludacris, Chaka Zulu, Jeff Dixon, T-Minus, Bangladesh, Swizz Beatz, The Neptunes, The Runners, Xcel, The Legendary Traxster, DJ Montay, B Crucial & Tony Dinero, Kajun, Infinity, Khao, Gaggie [124]
Sanctus Real Pieces of a Real Heart Christian rock Sparrow Christopher Stevens, Jason Ingram, Rusty Varenkamp [125]
Selena La Leyenda Latin pop Capitol Latin, EMI, Q-Productions A.B. Quintanilla, José Behar [126]
Serj Tankian Elect the Dead Symphony Reprise, Warner Bros., Serjical Strike Tom Whalley [127]
Stellar Kart Everything Is Different Now Pop punk INO Ian Eskelin [128]
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists The Brutalist Bricks Art punk, punk rock, indie rock Matador [129]
Various artists Passion: Awakening Worship sixsteps Nathan Nockels [130]
Violent Soho Violent Soho Alternative rock Ecstatic Peace! [131]
March
14
Scorpions Sting in the Tail [132]
March
15
Katatonia The Longest Year [133]
March
16
Armored Saint La Raza Heavy metal [134]
The Audition Great Danger [135]
Drive-By Truckers The Big To-Do Alternative country [136]
Flobots Survival Story Alternative rock [137]
From First to Last Throne to the Wolves Post-hardcore [138]
Julieta Venegas Otra Cosa Latin pop [139]
Neon Trees Habits Alternative rock [140]
Raintime Psychromatic [141]
The Whigs In the Dark Indie rock [142]
Wrench in the Works Decrease/Increase [143]
March
17
Swollen Members Greatest Hits: Ten Years of Turmoil [144]
Poets of the Fall Twilight Theater Alternative rock [145]
March
19
Goldfrapp Head First Synth-pop, Italo disco Pascal Gabriel, Alison Goldfrapp, Will Gregory, Richard X Mute [146]
Monica Still Standing R&B, soul [147]
March
22
Laura Marling I Speak Because I Can Folk [148]
March
23
Belinda Carpe Diem Electropop [149]
The Bird and the Bee Interpreting the Masters Volume 1: A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates Indie pop, electronic Blue Note Greg Kurstin [150]
Brotha Lynch Hung Dinner and a Movie [151]
The Dillinger Escape Plan Option Paralysis Mathcore [152]
Justin Bieber My World 2.0 Pop [153]
Queens Club Young Giant Alternative rock [154]
Robbie Seay Band Miracle Worship [155]
She & Him Volume Two Indie pop [156]
The Weakerthans Live at the Burton Cummings Theatre Indie rock [157]
March
26
Madonna Sticky & Sweet Tour [158]
Usher Raymond v. Raymond Hip hop [159]
March
29
Craig David Signed Sealed Delivered [160]
Das Racist Shut Up, Dude [161]
Hybrid Disappear Here Trip hop, breakbeat, electronica Distinct'ive Breaks Hybrid [162]
March
30
Amy Grant Somewhere Down the Road Contemporary Christian [163]
Barenaked Ladies All in Good Time Alternative rock [164]
Charmaine Love Reality Christian electronic dance music [165]
Erykah Badu New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) Neo soul [166]
Manafest The Chase [167]
Paper Tongues Paper Tongues Rock [168]
Remedy Drive The Daylight EP Christian rock [169]
Sho Baraka Lions and Liars Christian hip hop [170]

Second quarter

April

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
April
3
Avantasia Angel of Babylon Heavy metal, power metal, [[symphonic metal Nuclear Blast, Fearless, Bodog Sascha Paeth, Tobias Sammet [171]
Avantasia The Wicked Symphony Heavy metal, power metal, symphonic metal Nuclear Blast Sascha Paeth, Tobias Sammet [172]
April
6
Bobby McFerrin VOCAbuLarieS Jazz EmArcy Roger Treece [173][174]
Cary Brothers Under Control Indie rock Procrastination Greg Collins [175]
GBH Perfume and Piss Hardcore punk, street punk, punk rock Hellcat Lars Frederiksen [176]
The Classic Crime Vagabonds Alternative rock Tooth & Nail Michael "Elvis" Baskette [177]
Dave Barnes What We Want, What We Get CCM, pop, Christian rock Razor & Tie Ed Cash, Dave Barnes [178]
David Byrne & Fatboy Slim Here Lies Love Alternative rock Todomundo, Nonesuch David Byrne, Fatboy Slim, Cagedbaby, Patrick Dillett, Los Amigos Invisibles [179]
Jónsi Go Post-rock, baroque pop XL, Parlophone Jónsi, Alex Somers, Peter Katis [180]
Murder by Death Good Morning, Magpie Indie Vagrant Jake Belser [181]
Secret and Whisper Teenage Fantasy Post-hardcore, emo, experimental Tooth & Nail Jeff Schneeweis [182]
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings I Learned the Hard Way Soul, funk Daptone Gabriel "Bosco Mann" Roth [183]
Slash Slash Hard rock, heavy metal EMI, Universal, Roadrunner, Sony Music Eric Valentine, Kid Rock, Big Chris Flores [184]
April
7
Engel Threnody Melodic death metal, industrial metal Avex Group, Trooper Entertainment, Season of Mist Tue Madsen [185]
April
9
Gyroscope Cohesion Alternative rock Island Gil Norton [186]
April
13
Amber Pacific Virtues Pop punk Victory Martin Feveyear [187]
Bleeding Through Bleeding Through Metalcore Rise, Roadrunner Zeuss [188]
Cancer Bats Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones Hardcore punk, metalcore, sludge metal Distort Eric Ratz, Kenny Luong, Cancer Bats [189]
Coheed and Cambria Year of the Black Rainbow Progressive rock Columbia, Roadrunner Atticus Ross, Joe Barresi [190]
Foxy Shazam Foxy Shazam Glam rock Sire Rob Cavallo, John Feldmann [191]
MGMT Congratulations Psychedelic pop, psychedelic rock, neo-psychedelia, indie rock Columbia MGMT, Sonic Boom [192]
Natalie Merchant Leave Your Sleep Folk Nonesuch Natalie Merchant, Andres Levin [193]
War of Ages Eternal Metalcore Facedown Tim Lambesis [194]
April
14
[email protected] World Wild 2010 J-pop, electropop, electro, synth-pop, ethnic electronica, R&B, dance, electronica D-topia, Victor, Avex-I Terukado Onishi [195]
April
16
Eisbrecher Eiszeit Neue Deutsche Härte AFM, Metropolis Noel Pix, Henning Verlage [196]
Terje Rypdal Crime Scene Jazz ECM Erling Wicklund [197]
April
19
Eivind Aarset & the Sonic Codex Orchestra Live Extracts Nu jazz ECM Eivind Aarset, Franz Ruedel and Bernd Hoffman [198]
John Grant Queen of Denmark Indie folk, soft rock Bella Union Paul Alexander, Eric Pulido and John Grant [199]
Kate Nash My Best Friend Is You Indie pop, indie rock Geffen, Fiction Bernard Butler, Jay Malhotra, Kate Nash [200]
Meat Loaf Hang Cool Teddy Bear Hard rock Mercury, Loud & Proud Rob Cavallo [201]
April
20
The Apples in Stereo Travellers in Space and Time Indie rock Simian, Elephant 6, Yep Roc Robert Schneider, Bryce Goggin [202]
Circa Survive Blue Sky Noise Rock Atlantic David Bottrill [203]
Cypress Hill Rise Up Hip hop, rap rock Priority B-Real, DJ Muggs, Mike Shinoda, Tom Morello, Pete Rock, Jake One, Daron Malakian, Jim Jonsin, DJ Khalil, Sick Jacken [204]
Kottonmouth Kings Long Live The Kings Rap rock, hip hop, punk rock, rapcore Suburban Noize [205]
Ozomatli Fire Away Funk, jazz, Latin, rock, hip hop Downtown, Mercer Street Records Tony Berg [206]
Ratt Infestation Heavy metal, hard rock, glam metal Loud & Proud, Roadrunner Michael "Elvis" Baskette [207]
Sevendust Cold Day Memory Alternative metal Asylum Johnny K [208]
Sick of It All Based on a True Story Hardcore punk, crossover thrash Century Media Tue Madsen [209]
Superchick Reinvention Christian rock Inpop Brian Gocher, Matt Dally, Max Hsu [210]
April
23
Hole Nobody's Daughter Alternative rock Mercury Michael Beinhorn, Micko Larkin, Linda Perry [211]
April
26
Bullet for My Valentine Fever Metalcore, hard rock Sony Music, Jive Don Gilmore [212]
The Futureheads The Chaos Punk rock, indie rock Nul The Futureheads, Youth [213]
April
27
B.o.B B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray Hip hop, rock, pop Grand Hustle, Rebel Rock, Atlantic T.I., B.o.B, Jim Jonsin, Alex da Kid, DJ Frank E, Dr. Luke, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Eminem, The Knux, Kuttah, Lil' C, Luis Resto, The Smeezingtons [214]
Gogol Bordello Trans-Continental Hustle Gypsy punk American Recordings Rick Rubin [215]
Jo Dee Messina Unmistakable: Love Country Curb Scott Hendricks [216]
Something Corporate Played in Space: The Best of Something Corporate Alternative rock, pop punk Geffen Jim Wirt [217]

May

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
May
3
Diana Vickers Songs from the Tainted Cherry Tree Dance-pop, folktronica, electropop [218]
May
4
Broken Social Scene Forgiveness Rock Record Indie rock [219]
Court Yard Hounds Court Yard Hounds [220]
Deftones Diamond Eyes Alternative metal [221]
f(x) Nu ABO [222]
Godsmack The Oracle Heavy metal, hard rock [223]
The Hold Steady Heaven Is Whenever Indie rock [224]
The Letter Black Hanging On by a Thread Christian rock [225]
MercyMe The Generous Mr. Lovewell [226]
Minus the Bear Omni [227]
The New Pornographers Together Indie rock, power pop [228]
Nonpoint Miracle Alternative metal [229]
Toni Braxton Pulse R&B [230]
Tonic Tonic Rock [231]
May
7
Exodus Exhibit B: The Human Condition Thrash metal [232]
Lena My Cassette Player Pop [233]
Sandy Manuscrito Pop, folk Universal Lucas Lima, Junior Lima [234]
May
10
Foals Total Life Forever Indie rock [235]
Keane Night Train Alternative rock [236]
The National High Violet Indie rock, post-punk revival [237]
We Are the Fallen Tear the World Down Alternative metal, gothic metal [238]
Zaz Zaz Pop, jazz, blues, soul, R&B [239]
May
11
As I Lay Dying The Powerless Rise Metalcore [240]
Charice Charice Pop [241]
The Dead Weather Sea of Cowards [242]
Lost Dogs Old Angel [243]
Open Mike Eagle Unapologetic Art Rap Hip hop Mush Alwayz Prolific, Adamatic, Exile, Awkward, Maestroe, Open Mike Eagle, Kuest 1, Silencio [244]
Sleigh Bells Treats Noise pop [245]
Tenth Avenue North The Light Meets the Dark Contemporary Christian [246]
May
13
Super Junior Bonamana K-pop, R&B, dance, electronica [247]
May
14
Faithless The Dance [248]
May
16
Jamie Lidell Compass Soul [249]
May
17
Kelis Flesh Tone [250]
LCD Soundsystem This Is Happening Dance-punk [251]
May
18
Bad Religion 30 Years Live Punk rock [252]
Band of Horses Infinite Arms Indie rock [253]
The Black Keys Brothers Blues rock, garage rock [254]
Janelle Monáe The ArchAndroid Alternative R&B, psychedelic pop, psychedelic soul [255]
Jay Chou The Era [256]
Jimmy Needham Nightlights Contemporary Christian [257]
Mickie James Strangers & Angels Country [258]
Wintersleep New Inheritors Indie rock [259]
May
19
22-20s Shake/Shiver/Moan Rock Ian Davenport [260]
May
21
Apparatjik 4 Can Keep a Secret If 3 of Them Are Dead [261]
Pendulum Immersion Electronica Warner Music UK, Earstorm, Atlantic Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen [262]
Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Alternative rock, hard rock Atlantic Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo [263]
Y&T Facemelter Hard rock, heavy metal Frontiers Y&T [264]
May
24
Katie Melua The House Pop, jazz, progressive rock Dramatico William Orbit [265]
Rolo Tomassi Cosmology Mathcore Hassle Diplo [266]
Villagers Becoming a Jackal Domino Conor J. O'Brien [267]

June

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
June
1
Jack Johnson To the Sea Folk rock, soft rock Brushfire, Universal Republic Jack Johnson, Merlo Podlewski, Zach Gill, Adam Topol [268][269]
June
4
Christina Aguilera Bionic Electropop, futurepop, R&B RCA Ester Dean, Detail, Samuel Dixon, Focus..., Sia, John Hill, Claude Kelly, Ladytron, Le Tigre, Linda Perry, Polow da Don, Switch, C. "Tricky" Stewart [270]
June
7
Morcheeba Blood Like Lemonade Electronica PIAS Paul Godfrey, Ross Godfrey [271]
June
8
Tokyo Police Club Champ Indie rock, alternative rock, heartland rock Mom + Pop Music Rob Schnapf [272]
The Young Veins Take a Vacation! Rock, garage rock, psychedelic rock One Haven Music Rob Mathes, Alex Greenwald [273]
June
11
Kevin Rudolf To the Sky Pop rock, rap rock [274]
Monrose Ladylike Pop, electropop [275]
Ozzy Osbourne Scream Heavy metal [276]
June
14
Uffie Sex Dreams and Denim Jeans Synth-pop, electronica, hip hop [277]
We Are Scientists Barbara Indie rock, post-punk revival [278]
June
15
Cowboy Junkies Renmin Park Alternative country Latent Michael Timmins [279]
Dirty Circus Alive and Well Hip hop URBNET Records Metty the Dertmerchant, Mos Eisley [280]
Drake Thank Me Later Hip hop, R&B, pop-rap Aspire, Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Motown Lil Wayne, Cortez Bryant, Gee Roberson, 40, Al Khaaliq, Arthur McArthur, Boi-1da, Crada, Francis and the Lights, Jeff Bhasker, Kanye West, Matthew Burnett, No I.D., Omen, Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, Tone Mason [281]
Pigeon Hole Age Like Astronauts URBNET Records [282]
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Mojo Heartland rock, blues rock Reprise Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Ryan Ulyate [283]
June
18
The Amity Affliction Youngbloods Post-hardcore Boomtown Gene "Machine" Freeman [284]
Eminem Recovery Hip hop Aftermath, Shady, Interscope Dr. Dre, Paul Rosenberg, Alex da Kid, Boi-1da, Emile, Eminem, DJ Khalil, Havoc, JG, Jim Jonsin, Jordan Evans, Just Blaze, Mr. Porter, Magnedo7, Makeba Riddick, Matthew Burnett, Nick Brongers, Supa Dups, Script Shepherd [285]
Miley Cyrus Can't Be Tamed Dance-pop Hollywood Devrim Karaoglu, Marek Pompetzki, Rock Mafia, John Shanks [286]
Sia We Are Born Pop Monkey Puzzle, RCA Greg Kurstin [287]
June
21
VersaEmerge Fixed at Zero Alternative rock, experimental rock [288]
June
22
3OH!3 Streets of Gold crunkcore [289]
The Chemical Brothers Further Electronic [290]
Cyndi Lauper Memphis Blues Memphis blues [291]
Oneohtrix Point Never Returnal Ambient, noise, kosmische [292]
The Roots How I Got Over Alternative hip hop [293]
Trillionaire$ By Hook or by Crook Hip hop [294]
June
29
Scissor Sisters Night Work Glam rock [295]
Wolf Parade Expo 86 Indie rock [296]
June
30
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Dance-pop, disco [297]

Third quarter

July

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
July
2
Soilwork The Panic Broadcast [298]
July
5
Enrique Iglesias Euphoria [299]
I Am Kloot Sky at Night Shepherd Moon LLP Guy Garvey, Craig Potter [300]
Mystery Jets Serotonin Indie rock [301]
July
6
Brandon Boyd The Wild Trapeze Alternative rock [302]
July
10
Andrea Bocelli Carmen: Duets & Arias Opera, classical Decca, Universal Daniel Zalay [303]
July
12
Young Guns All Our Kings Are Dead Alternative rock [304]
July
13
Capone-N-Noreaga The War Report 2: Report the War East Coast hip hop, hardcore hip hop, gangsta rap [305]
Crowded House Intriguer Rock, alternative rock [306]
Hellyeah Stampede Heavy metal, groove metal [307]
In This Moment A Star-Crossed Wasteland Metalcore, alternative metal [308]
Korn KoRn III: Remember Who You Are [309]
Mack 10 & Glasses Malone Money Muzik West Coast hip hop [310]
Paul Wall Heart of a Champion Hip hop [311]
Stat Quo Statlanta Hip hop [312]
July
20
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds [313]
Rick Ross Teflon Don Hip hop [314]
July
27
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare Heavy metal, hard rock [315]
Dru Hill InDRUpendence Day R&B, soul [316]
Miniature Tigers Fortress Indie rock, alternative rock [317]
July
30
Blind Guardian At the Edge of Time Power metal, progressive metal, symphonic metal [318]

August

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
August
2
Arcade Fire The Suburbs Indie rock, art rock, baroque pop Merge, City Slang, Mercury Arcade Fire, Markus Dravs [319]
Opshop Until the End of Time Rock Rhythmethod Greg Haver [320]
August
3
Buckcherry All Night Long Hard rock Eleven Seven Music, Atlantic Buckcherry [321]
Secondhand Serenade Hear Me Now Alternative rock, pop rock, emo pop Glassnote Aaron Johnson, John Vesely [322]
August
10
Black Label Society Order of the Black Heavy metal E1 Music, Roadrunner, Riot Entertainment Zakk Wylde [323]
Brother Clyde Brother Clyde Alternative rock Fontana, Buena Vista Billy Ray Cyrus [324]
Elsinore Yes Yes Yes Indie pop Parasol [325]
Mike Posner 31 Minutes to Takeoff Pop, R&B, synth-pop J Mike Posner, Gigamesh, Benny Blanco, The Smeezingtons, Cisco Adler, Greg Kurstin, Raw Talent [326]
August
11
Angra Aqua Progressive metal, power metal [327]
August
12
Wang Leehom The 18 Martial Arts Mandopop [328]
August
13
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier Heavy metal [329]
Jolin Tsai Myself Pop [330]
August
16
The Hoosiers The Illusion of Safety Pop rock, indie pop, indie rock [331]
Hurts Happiness Synth-pop [332]
The Saturdays Headlines! Electropop, pop [333]
August
17
American Hi-Fi Fight the Frequency Pop punk, alternative rock RED American Hi-Fi [334]
Brian Wilson Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin Traditional pop Walt Disney Brian Wilson [335]
Eels Tomorrow Morning Rock E Works, Vagrant E [336]
John Mellencamp No Better Than This Americana, country blues, heartland rock Rounder T Bone Burnett [337]
Miss May I Monument Metalcore Rise Joey Sturgis, Landon Tewers [338]
Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise Folk, folk rock RCA, Stone Dwarf, RED Ray LaMontagne [339]
August
19
Darin Lovekiller Pop [340]
August
20
Accept Blood of the Nations Heavy metal, speed metal Nuclear Blast Andy Sneap [341]
August
23
Apocalyptica 7th Symphony Hard rock [342]
Klaxons Surfing the Void Indie rock, electronic rock, noise rock [343]
August
24
Eels Tomorrow Morning Rock [344]
Fantasia Back to Me R&B, soul [345]
Katy Perry Teenage Dream Pop, dance-pop [346]
Never Shout Never Harmony Acoustic [347]
August
27
The Pretty Reckless Light Me Up Alternative rock [348]
August
30
Kano Method to the Maadness [349]
August
31
Atom Smash Love Is in the Missile [350]
Disturbed Asylum Heavy metal, alternative metal, hard rock [351]
Film School Fission [352]
Goo Goo Dolls Something for the Rest of Us Alternative rock, soft rock [353]
Luke Doucet Steel City Trawler Indie rock, country [354]
Murderdolls Women and Children Last Heavy metal, horror punk [355]
Papa Roach Time for Annihilation: On the Record & On the Road Hard rock, alternative rock, alternative metal, nu metal, rap metal [356]
Tarja What Lies Beneath Symphonic metal [357]

September

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
September
2
Underworld Barking Techno [358]
September
3
Brandon Flowers Flamingo Soft rock, country pop, synth-pop [359]
Death Angel Relentless Retribution Thrash metal [360]
September
6
Bilal Airtight's Revenge Neo soul [361]
Oceansize Self Preserved While the Bodies Float Up Progressive rock [362]
September
7
Anberlin Dark Is the Way, Light Is a Place Alternative rock [363]
Helmet Seeing Eye Dog Alternative metal [364]
Interpol Interpol Indie rock, post-punk revival [365]
JoJo Can't Take That Away from Me R&B, pop [366]
Sara Bareilles Kaleidoscope Heart Pop, soul [367]
Stone Sour Audio Secrecy [368]
Tera Melos Patagonian Rats [369]
September
8
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns Alternative rock [370]
September
10
The Script Science & Faith Alternative rock [371]
September
13
DragonForce Twilight Dementia Power metal, speed metal [372]
Grinderman Grinderman 2 Alternative rock, noise rock [373]
Phil Collins Going Back Pop, soul, R&B [374]
Röyksopp Senior Downtempo, ambient, trip hop [375]
September
14
Amusement Parks on Fire Road Eyes [376]
Das Racist Sit Down, Man Alternative hip hop [377]
The Murdocks Distortionist Rock [378]
of Montreal False Priest Psychedelic pop, dance pop, R&B [379]
Superchunk Majesty Shredding Alternative rock, indie rock, punk rock [380]
Thriving Ivory Through Yourself & Back Again Indie rock, pop rock [381]
Trey Songz Passion, Pain & Pleasure R&B [382]
Weezer Hurley Alternative rock, power pop [383]
September
15
Maroon 5 Hands All Over Pop A&M Octone Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Maroon 5, Benny Blanco, Shellback [384]
September
20
Black Country Communion Black Country Communion Hard rock, blues rock [385]
Manic Street Preachers Postcards from a Young Man Rock, power pop, pop [386]
September
21
Emm Gryner Gem and I Pop Dead Daisy Records, Second Motion [387]
John Legend and The Roots Wake Up! R&B, soul, funk, conscious hip hop, neo soul G.O.O.D. Music, Columbia John Legend, The Roots [388]
Matt Costa Mobile Chateau Indie rock Brushfire Matt Costa [389]
My Darkest Days My Darkest Days Hard rock, post-grunge 604 Joey Moi, Chad Kroeger [390]
Paula Cole Ithaca Rock Decca Paula Cole, Chris Roberts, Kevin Killen [391]
Selena Gomez & the Scene A Year Without Rain Dance-pop, synth-pop Hollywood Toby Gad, Rock Mafia, RedOne, Kevin Rudolf, Andrew Bolooki, Jeff Halavacs, SuperSpy, Jonas Jeberg, Adam Anders, Matt Squire, Peer Åström [392]
Serj Tankian Imperfect Harmonies Art rock, symphonic rock, alternative rock, experimental rock [393]
Torche Songs for Singles Sludge metal Hydra Head Jonathan Nuñez [394]
September
22
Dimmu Borgir Abrahadabra Symphonic black metal [395]
September
24
Ana Popović An evening at Trasimeno Lake Electric blues, blues rock, jazz ArtisteXclusive records Mark van Meurs [396]
Gordon Haskell One Day Soon [397]
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. Record Collection Alternative hip hop, synth-pop, EDM [398]
September
27
Infernal Fall from Grace Dance-pop, pop, trance [399]
Killing Joke Absolute Dissent Industrial rock, post-punk, industrial metal [400]
September
28
Bad Religion The Dissent of Man Punk rock [401]
Ben Folds and Nick Hornby Lonely Avenue Alternative rock [402]
Deerhunter Halcyon Digest Psychedelic pop, dream pop, indie pop, noise pop [403]
Electric Six Zodiac Indie rock, electronic rock [404]
Ice Cube I Am the West West Coast hip hop [405]
Jimmy Eat World Invented Alternative rock, power pop, emo [406]
Mushroomhead Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children Alternative metal [407]
No Age Everything in Between Art punk, noise rock, experimental rock, art rock [408]
October Tide A Thin Shell Death-doom [409]

Fourth quarter

October

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
October
4
Bring Me the Horizon There Is a Hell. Believe Me, I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret. Metalcore [410]
Imelda May Mayhem Rockabilly, blues [411]
Tinie Tempah Disc-Overy Hip hop, grime [412]
October
5
Air Dubai Wonder Age Alternative rock
Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans R&B, pop [413]
Chiodos Illuminaudio Post-hardcore
David Archuleta The Other Side of Down Pop
Emily Osment Fight or Flight Electropop [414]
Faith Evans Something About Faith R&B, soul, hip hop [415]
Finger Eleven Life Turns Electric Alternative rock
Fistful of Mercy As I Call You Down Rock [416]
Guster Easy Wonderful Alternative rock, Indie rock
Joe Satriani Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards Instrumental rock [417]
KT Tunstall Tiger Suit Alternative rock, pop rock
Richard Marx Hits & Ballads Pop, rock
October
11
Alter Bridge AB III Alternative metal
Belle and Sebastian Belle and Sebastian Write About Love Indie pop [418]
Steve Lukather All's Well That Ends Well Rock [419]
October
12
Far East Movement Free Wired Dance, pop-rap, electropop Cherrytree, Interscope The Stereotypes, The Cataracs, The Smeezingtons, Roger Sanchez, Fernando Garibay, DJ White Shadow, Cherry Cherry Boom Boom [420]
Gram Rabbit Miracles & Metaphors Indie rock, space rock, electropop Cobraside, Royal Order Ethan Allen, Gram Rabbit [421][422]
Robbie Williams In and Out of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990–2010 Pop rock
Trapt No Apologies Alternative metal
Valencia Dancing with a Ghost Alternative rock, pop punk
October
19
Allstar Weekend Suddenly Yours Pop rock
Bad Books Bad Books Indie rock [423]
Bo Burnham Words Words Words Comedy [424]
Dag Arnesen Norwegian Song 3 Jazz Losen Records Odd Gjelsnes [425]
Elton John and Leon Russell The Union Rock
Jim Bryson and The Weakerthans The Falcon Lake Incident Indie rock, folk [426]
Kings of Leon Come Around Sundown Alternative rock
Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) Hannah Montana Forever Teen pop
Shakira Sale el Sol Latin pop [427]
October
22
Joe McElderry Wide Awake Pop, dance-pop, teen pop Syco Music Ray Hedges, Dallas Austin, John Shanks [428]
October
25
Belanova Sueño Electro I Pop, synth-pop, dance, electronic Universal Music Group Armando Ávila, Belanova [429]
Monster Magnet Mastermind Stoner rock Napalm Dave Wyndorf, Matt Hyde [430]
Taylor Swift Speak Now Country, pop, rock Big Machine Nathan Chapman, Taylor Swift [431]
October
26
Young the Giant Young the Giant Alternative rock, indie rock Roadrunner Joe Chiccarelli, Young the Giant [432]
October
31
Alexisonfire Dog's Blood Post-hardcore, hardcore punk, experimental metal Dine Alone Alexisonfire, Jon Drew [433]
Helloween 7 Sinners Speed metal SPV/Steamhammer, Spinefarm Charlie Bauerfeind [434]

November

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
November
1
Cheryl Cole Messy Little Raindrops R&B, electropop, dance-pop [435]
Cradle of Filth Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa Extreme metal [436]
Devlin Bud, Sweat and Beers British hip hop, grime [437]
Jamiroquai Rock Dust Light Star Jazz funk, disco, soul
Richard Marx Stories to Tell Acoustic, pop, rock
Star One Victims of the Modern Age Progressive metal
November
2
Brian Eno (with Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins) Small Craft on a Milk Sea Electronic, ambient, experimental rock Warp Brian Eno [438]
Escape the Fate Escape the Fate Post-hardcore, metalcore [439]
Good Charlotte Cardiology Pop punk, Alternative rock
Huey Lewis and the News Soulsville Soul [440]
Jason Aldean My Kinda Party Country [441]
Mariah Carey Merry Christmas II You Christmas [442]
Pitbull Armando Hip hop
Various artists Punk Goes Pop Volume 03. Post-hardcore, pop punk [443]
November
5
Jessica Mauboy Get 'Em Girls R&B, electropop, dance-pop [444]
November
8
Atheist Jupiter Technical death metal
Elliot Minor Solaris Acoustic Acoustic, classical [445]
James Blunt Some Kind of Trouble Rock, pop, folk rock
Nadine Insatiable R&B, pop [446]
November
9
Brian Johnson Love Came Down - Live Acoustic Worship in the Studio Contemporary worship music Jeremy Edwardson [447][448]
Brokencyde Will Never Die Crunkcore [449]
Kid Cudi Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager Alternative hip hop [450]
Reba All the Women I Am Country
Underoath Ø (Disambiguation) Metalcore
November
11
Yanni Mexicanisimo Latin Venemusic
November
12
Annie Lennox A Christmas Cornucopia Christmas, soul Scotland [451]
Nelly Furtado The Best of Nelly Furtado R&B, pop, dance-pop, folk
November
15
Anika Anika Dub, electronic, pop, punk rock
McFly Above the Noise Pop punk, Synth-pop, electropop
Parabelle Reassembling the Icons Alternative rock [452]
November
16
A Day to Remember What Separates Me from You Post-hardcore, metalcore, pop punk [453]
Kid Rock Born Free Country rock, blues rock, southern rock, heartland rock [454]
Pink Greatest Hits... So Far!!! Pop rock, R&B
Rihanna Loud R&B, dance-pop Barbados [455]
Stereolab Not Music Indie pop [456]
November
19
Westlife Gravity Rock, pop, dance-pop [457]
November
22
Alesha Dixon The Entertainer R&B, pop, dance-pop, hip hop [458]
Girls Broken Dreams Club Indie rock [459]
Jessica Simpson Happy Christmas Christmas, pop
JLS Outta This World R&B, pop, dance-pop [460]
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy [461][462]
Kesha Cannibal Dance-pop, electropop [463]
Lloyd Banks H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More 2) Hip hop
My Chemical Romance Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys Alternative rock, punk rock
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday Hip hop, R&B, pop
Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds Rock, R&B, soul Modern Vintage Recordings Eshy Gazit, Patrick Ermlich [464]
Take That Progress Rock, pop, electropop [465]
November
24
Utada Utada Hikaru Single Collection Vol. 2 R&B, dance, J-pop
Utada Utada the Best R&B, dance, J-pop
November
26
Manowar Battle Hymns MMXI Power metal Magic Circle Music [466]
November
29
Duffy Endlessly Pop [467]
Robyn Body Talk Electropop, Synth-pop, dance [468]
November
30
Black Eyed Peas The Beginning Pop
Chrisette Michele Let Freedom Reign R&B, soul [469]
Flo Rida Only One Flo (Part 1) Hip hop, dance [470]
Jazmine Sullivan Love Me Back R&B, pop, soul [471]
Soulja Boy The DeAndre Way Hip hop

December

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref.
December
6
Deadmau5 4×4=12 Progressive house, electro house
Mylène Farmer Bleu noir Electropop
December
7
Daft Punk Tron: Legacy Electronic
Diane Birch The Velveteen Age Neo soul, pop, gospel S-Curve [472]
Hinder All American Nightmare Hard rock [473]
Natasha Bedingfield Strip Me Pop
Plain White T's Wonders of the Younger Rock, pop, indie rock
T.I. No Mercy Hip hop
December
10
Michael Jackson Michael R&B, pop, soul
December
14
Ciara Basic Instinct R&B, hip hop, pop
Crystal Bowersox Farmer's Daughter Folk rock, country [474]
Diddy – Dirty Money Last Train to Paris Hip hop, electronic, R&B, funk [475]
Kandi Burruss Kandi Koated R&B
R. Kelly Love Letter R&B, soul, neo soul
Tank Now or Never R&B
Tokio Hotel Best Of Electronic rock, Alternative rock
December
17
LaViVe No Sleep R&B, dance-pop, electropop
December
21
Cody Simpson 4 U Pop, R&B
Jamie Foxx Best Night of My Life R&B, hip hop, soul, pop [476]
Keri Hilson No Boys Allowed R&B
Keyshia Cole Calling All Hearts R&B, hip hop, soul
December
22
Ayumi Hamasaki Love Songs J-Pop
December
25
Gorillaz The Fall Alternative hip hop, alternative rock
Klaxons Landmarks of Lunacy Alternative rock
December
27
Frederik Magle Like a Flame Classical music, improvisation

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