Friday, December 10, 2010



AT RETAIL ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 10, 2010

Bloodhound Gang – Show Us Your Hits
Altiyan Childs – Altiyan Childs
Ciara – Basic Instinct
Damned Things – Ironiclast
Feist – Look What The Light Did Now (CD/DVD)
HIM – SWRMXS
Michael Jackson – Michael
McFly – Above The Noise
Motorhead – The World Is Yours
OST – Tron : Legacy
OST – Tron : Legacy (Deluxe Edition)
Plain White T’s – Wonders Of The Younger
Rihanna – Loud (Couture Edition)
Robyn – Body Talk
Take That – Look Back, Don’t Stare : A Film About Progress (DVD)
Various – Kitsune Maison 10
Various – Running Trax Summer 2011
Paul Weller – Live 2010 (DVD)

7 comments:

Steve said...

Hey auspOp. Do you know if Kylie's "Better Than Today" and "Let It Snow" are being released in Oz? Thanks in advance. :)

auspOp said...

Hey Steve,

The next Kylie release will be the Christmas single next Friday. 'Let It Snow' and 'Santa Baby' in a bundle.
No word on 'Better Than Today' just yet...

The auspOp team

Tuvak said...

Great news about the Xmas bundle! Nice surprise.

Unfortunately not surprised about the lack of info on Better Than Today. I've bought it from the UK as most of her fans probably have, so as hard as it is to say, almost no use in releasing it here now unless there will be some promo. Radio is not playing it and casual fans may not know it is out. And knowing how Universal treat Kylie's releases, we know promo ain't happening anytime soon!

Shame, Aphrodite is a great pop album and deserved more Aussie love

Anonymous said...

God darn, JB didn't get the Take That dvd stock in...or should we just blame Universal who don't even promote Take That releases in this country!

Anonymous said...

Tuvak, Kyli eis through Warner music in Australia, not Universal...

Anonymous said...

Will Ellie Goulding Bright Lights be released anytime soon?

auspOp said...

Hey Anonymous,

Ellie's 'Bright Lights' certainly isn't on the Aussie release schedule anytime before Christmas at this stage, but we'll keep our eye on things and let you know via a story if things change.

The auspOp team