This Week’s New Releases: Miranda Lambert, Jeff Goldblum, Krept & Konan

There’s a lot going on this week, with some records celebrating anniversaries and others looking back on prolific careers. We’ve also got Miranda Lambert putting out her seventh solo studio album, Jeff Goldblum releasing a record that finds him duetting with Anna Calvi and Sharon Van Etten, among others, and Krept & Konan have finally dropped the full-length follow-up to 2015’s ‘Long Way Home’.

Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

A Winged Victory For The Sullen – ‘The Undivided Five’ (Ninja Tune)

Alphabeat – ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ (Warner Music)

Anavae – ’45’ (A Wolf At Your Door/Silva Screen)

Bang Bang Romeo – ‘A Heartbreaker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ (Five Seven Music)

Black Stone Cherry – ‘Black To Blues, Vol.2’ (Mascot Music)

Bob Dylan – ‘Travellin’ Thru, 1967 – 1969: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 15′ (Columbia)

Bradford Cox and Cate Le Bon – ‘Myths 004’ (Mexican Summer)

Cameron AG – ‘One By One’ (Is This It via The Orchard)

Cold War Kids – ‘New Age Norms 1’ (AWAL)

Counterparts – ‘Nothing Left To Love’ (Pure Noise)

Cup – ‘ Spinning Creature’ (Northern Spy)

The Damned – ‘Black Is The Night: The Definitive Anthology’ (BMG)

The Doors – ‘The Soft Parade (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)’ (Elektra/Rhino/Warner Music)

Fenella – ‘Fenella’ (Fire Records)

Gang Starr – ‘One Of The Best Yet’ (TTT/Gang Starr Enterprises)

Grace Cummings – ‘Refuge Cove’ (ATO)

Highly Suspect – ‘MCID’ (300 Ent.)

Hootie and the Blowfish – ‘Imperfect Circle’ (Capitol/UMG)

Itasca – ‘Spring’ (Paradise Of Bachelors)

Jeff Goldblum – ‘I Should’t Be Telling You This’ (Decca)

Jeff Lynne’s ELO – ‘From Out Of Nowhere’ (Columbia)

Krept and Konan – ‘Revenge Is Sweet’ (EMI)

Mariah Carey – ‘Merry Christmas (Deluxe Anniversary Edition)’ (Sony)

Marillion – ‘Afraid Of Sunlight (Deluxe)’ (Parlophone)

Michael Kiwanuka – ‘Kiwanuka’ (Polydor)

Miranda Lambert – ‘Wildcard’ (Sony)

Nirvana – ‘MTV Unplugged in New York (25th Anniversary)’ (Geffen)

Omni – ‘Networker’ (Sub Pop)

R.E.M. – ‘Monster (25th Anniversary)’ (Concord)

The Rolling Stones – ‘Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary)’ (ABKCO Records)

Russell Watson and Aled Jones – ‘Back In Harmony’ (BMG)

Stargazer Lilies – ‘Occabot’ (Rad Cult)

Sunset Sons – ”Blood Rush Déjà Vu’ (Bad Influence)

Turnover – ‘Altogether’ (Run For Cover)

Various Artists – ‘Charlie’s Angels (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’ (Republic Records/Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Vetiver – ‘Up On High’ (Loose/Candid World)

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