The albums will be released in November and December 2023 and January 2024

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What will be the main releases of the next few months?

Here is a list with certain release dates for the months of November, December and January 2024.

03 November


Bar Italy: The Tweets
Johnny Marr: Spirit Power: The Best of Johnny Marr
Salmo and Noyz Narcos – Cvlt
Colapesce DiMartino – “Lux Eterna Beach”

November 10th


Aesop Rock: Integrated Tech Solutions
New Order: Substance (2023 Expanded Reissue)
The Beatles: The Beatles 1962 – 1966 (2023 Edition)
The Beatles: The Beatles 1967 – 1970 (2023 Edition)
Beirut: Hadsel
Cat Power: Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert
Maneskin: RUSH! (ARE U COMING?)
Francesco Guccini: Osteria songs

November 17th


Bryan Ferry: Mamouna (Deluxe)
Daft Punk: Random Access Memories (Drumless Edition)
Dolly Parton: Rockstar
Iron & Wine: Who Can See Forever Soundtrack
Emeli Sandé: “How Were We To Know”
Vince Clarke:Songs of Silence
Enzo Jannacci: Enzo Jannacci – Something to listen to – between unreleased and rarities

01 December


Peter Gabriel: I/O

08 December

Neil Young: Before and After
Nicki Minaj: Pink Friday 2

January 12th

Kali Uchis: Orquídeas
The Vaccines: Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations

January 19th

Green Day: Saviors

January 26th

Future Islands: People Who Aren’t There Anymore
Tom Odell: “Black Friday”

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