It’s another big day on the fall album calendar — assuming you care about new releases from pop-punk vets, singer-songwriter supergroups, Canadian country stars, classic rockers and pretty much everything between.
Capping a week that’s already included news of upcoming albums from Wilco, Iggy Pop, Chance the Rapper and more, the past 24 hours have seen another deluge of announcements from major artists like Blink-182, Goo Goo Dolls, Corb Lund and The Highwomen — a new group featuring Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires.
Good as they sound, the highlight of the day for me has to be forthcoming Replacements box Dead Man’s Pop. A four-disc set devoted to the Minneapolis iconoclasts’ 1989 album Don’t Tell a Soul, the Sept. 27 release will include a remixed and resequenced version of the original album, a disc of unreleased songs (including collaborations with Tom Waits!), a complete live show from the era and more.
Speaking of more, you can find the rest of today’s additions below, while the entire list of fall releases awaits your perusal over at the Upcoming Releases page. Hurry over there before it changes yet again.
Blur | Live at the BBC
Ardours | Last Place on Earth
Jonah Ray | You Can’t Call Me Ray
Atreyu | Our Wake Deluxe Edition
Skylephant | I Am The Ghost
Kano | Hoodies All Summer
Black Sabbath | The Vinyl Collection 1970 – 1978
Belinda Carlisle | Runaway Horses 30th Anniversary Vinyl Box
The Highwomen | The Highwomen
Bloodchild | Shower Me
Goo Goo Dolls | Miracle Pill
Corb Lund | Cover Your Tracks
Blink-182 | California
David Kilgour | Bobbie’s A Girl
Amber Run | Neon Circus
Beth Hart | War In My Mind
The Monochrome Set | Fabula Mendax
The Replacements | Dead Man’s Pop
The Doors | The Soft Parade 50th Anniversary Edition
Fit For An Autopsy | The Sea of Tragic Beasts
The Jam | Snap! Vinyl
Petbrick | I
The Pop Group | Y Reissue
Blind Guardian | Legacy of the Dark Lands