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The hottest albums this autumn
Even though summer's finished and the night's are getting darker there's no reason to feel down! In the world of pop everything's always rosy and this autumn's album releases are nothing less than spectacular.
So get yourself a drink, kick your shoes off, and prepare to find out about some of the best music to be released over the next few months.
September 17, 2012 - Carly Rae Jepsen - Kiss
Whilst Jepsen probably has enough money from Call Me Maybe to be able to fly around the world in a gold plated jet wearing a tiara made out of £50 notes - she's about to make a massive return with her new album Kiss.
As well as collaborating with famous producers such as Max Martin who produced Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys and Katy Perry (to name a few), she's also collaborated with Adam Young of Owl City.
If you love feel good songs that make you feel like summer is coming out of your speakers then you can't go wrong with Kiss.
November 26, 2012 - Tulisa - Self Titled
Tulisa is the debut studio album due to be released by X Factor judge and former N-Dubz performer Tulisa.
Aside from being massively excited about her new solo album, she's revealed that the you'll hear many different styles of music, in fact, there will be "a track for every mood".
You can listen to Tulisa's single Young below - prepare to be blown away!
September 17, 2012 - Michael Jackson - Bad 25
This year is the 25th anniversary since Michael Jackson's Bad was released and went on to become one of world's best selling albums of all times.
It was also the first album to give Michael Jackson five consecutive number one singles.
To celebrate the anniversary of the album a new Bad 25 package with three CDs and a DVD of Jackson's legendary July 16, 1988 concert at Wembley Stadium is set to be released.
October 7, 2012 - Ellie Goulding - Halcyon
Ellie Goulding's upcoming album Halcyon is said to be be far more pop than her 2010 debut Lights.
When asked about her inspiration for Halcyon Goulding was quoted as saying: "It's like a bird that basically during the winter, it would lay its eggs by the sea and bring calm to the stormy waters, and a lot of my songs on this record are about the ocean and water."
Well, we're not entirely sure what that means but we do know her latest single from the album Anything Can Happen is amazing - give it a listen below.
October 15, 2012 - will.i.am - #willpower
What can we say about will.i.am? Aside from being one of the coolest guys in pop with undeniable style he's also incredibly talented and loves working with different artists.
So, what can we expect from the album? According to Will in an interview with Billboard:
"There's classical ****, like just me and a guitar and an orchestra or me with just an orchestra and a kid's choir," he says. "There's some ghetto, ugly, dirty stuff. And then there's dance stuff, global world stuff and, like, avant garde, left-of-center, for-art's-sake music that has nothing to do with getting played on the radio. I'm just art-ing out. It's pretty diverse."
So that's that then!
Guests on the album will include Justin Bieber, LMFAO, Ne-Yo and Nicole Scherzinger, among others!
Check out This Is Love ft. Eva Simons below...
October 15, 2012 - Leona Lewis - Glassheart
Leona's new album has been a long time coming, but it's set to be a stunner. Aside from writing the album with Adele songwriter Fraser T Smith she's been polishing each track to make them "more spectacular" and up her game each time.
Glassheart will open with her latest single 'Trouble', followed by tracks called 'Unlove Me' and 'Love Bird'.
You can hear the fantastic single below:
So that's it! You've seen what we think are the must have albums coming up over September, October and November.
Have we missed any of the albums you're looking forward to in the next few months? Let us know in the comments below!
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