“Paranoid” go the charts this week as some classic rockers make a little magic again, plus R&B and a little comedy are on their way in the releases out this week, June 11:
- It’s their first album in eighteen years and Black Sabbath is coming back in a big way. The trio, lead by rocker Ozzy Osbourne, is out with 13, which is actually their nineteenth studio set. Lead single “God Is Dead?” is top ten on the Mainstream Rock chart, their first single to hit that region since 1998. (iTunes)
- After releasing Something For The Rest Of Us back in 2010, the Goo Goo Dolls return with Magnetic, featuring the single “Rebel Beat”. (iTunes)
- Jazz man and all-around cool guy Harry Connick, Jr. is swaying back into the rhythm with an all-original collection of songs entitled Every Man Should Know. (iTunes)
- The third album from Nickelodeon-created boy band Big Time Rush rushes into stores this week, 24/Seven. (iTunes)
- New York-born Chrisette Michele is getting Better with her new album, featuring the recent single “A Couple Of Forevers”. (iTunes)
- If you’re looking for a few laughs this week, check out the third album by comedy trio The Lonely Island. The Wack Album features collaborations with Robyn and T-Pain, among other acts. (iTunes)
- Arizona rockers Jimmy Eat World are back with their first album in three years, Damage. It features the Alternative hit “I Will Steal You Back”. (iTunes)
- Other albums out this week include: Jason Isbell‘s Southeastern (iTunes), the original soundtrack to Man Of Steel (iTunes) and a new compilation, Now! That’s What I Call Country, Vol. 6 (iTunes).
New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:
- “I Got You”, the brand new single from surfer turned singer Jack Johnson. (iTunes)
- “Never Gonna Let You Go”, from former Mouseketeer and The Voice contestant Tony Lucca. (iTunes)
- “The Way It Used To Be”, a leadoff single from mixtape turned mainstream artist Mike Posner. (iTunes)
- “Ways To Go”, the electronic jam from California’s Grouplove. (iTunes)
- “What About Love”, the third single from teen singer Austin Mahone to be promoted to radio. (iTunes)
It’ll be a rap showdown on the album chart next week with new efforts from J. Cole, Kanye West and Mac Miller all out in stores. Find out who has the best chance of landing on top in seven!