Top 10 New Releases on Discogs

Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases – November 24 2017

Welcome to the Top 10 New Releases for the week ending November 24 2017, pulled from the freshest sales data at Discogs! The Discogs Weekly Top 10 New Releases are all the records (vinyl, CD, cassette, or otherwise) the Discogs community has added to their collection from last week’s release day to today, Friday, November 24 2017. The Weekly Top 10 is your ultimate guide to finding that new release you need to add to your collection. Discogs defines a New Release as an album that has been released or reissued within the past 18 months. You won’t see any classics here unless it’s a fresh reissue! Let’s jump into the records that are hitting everyone’s Discogs collection this week!

This week is loaded with new entries in our countdown. Metal remains strong with the latest Metallica reissue and new records by the legendary Electric Wizard, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden. Hitting #4 we found the very promising new release by Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails: ‘Add Violence‘.

It doesn’t come as a big surprise how well St. Vincent keeps hanging there scoring a silver medal this week with ‘Masseduction‘. Right on time for the first anniversary since the soul legend Sharon Jones left us, ‘Soul Of A Woman‘ makes it to the #8.

And you can easily guess our #1 this week unless you’ve been living under a rock. We’ll give you some clues: he’s British, he’s controversial, and he has a new record out this week.

Let’s count down those new releases from #10 to #1!

Discogs Top 10 New Releases November 24 2017: Tame Impala - Currents

9. Tame ImpalaCurrents RE

Hit your local record store this weekend, and start adding these new releases to your collection!

Return to Discogs Blog
Javi is a Spanish immigrant currently living in Amsterdam and our social media and blog guy. When he's not working 9 to 5 (what a way to make a living), he spends his days obsessing about music, spending his Discogs salary on attending gigs and festivals, and going to the movies more than any doctor would recommend.

Leave A Reply