This November / Thanksgiving Day 2016 Top 10 music albums on iTunes

Every month I will list the best seller and top 10 music albums you won't miss and you must hear. In the following, i will list the top 10 music albums on iTunes you must miss this November.

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This Thanksgiving Day 2016 is on Thursday, November 24. Happy Thanksgiving Day.

More related: Thanksgiving Day is a federal holiday. Thanksgiving is one of the most family-oriented holidays on the calendar, and it is easily the most "relaxed" of them since it is generally spent entirely at home with family and friends.

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1. Joanne (Deluxe) Lady Gaga

Joanne is the fifth studio album recorded by American singer Lady Gaga. It was released on October 21, 2016, through Streamline and Interscope Records as a follow-up to Artpop (2013) and Cheek to Cheek (2014). Gaga collaborated with several producers on the record, including Mark Ronson, Jeff Bhasker, BloodPop and RedOne, and co-produced the majority of the material. The music of Joanne features "stripped-down" soft rock and dance-pop styles in order to emphasis the singer's vocal abilities, unlike on Artpop. Lyrically, the album delves on the theme of family and life's emotions, with the death of her father's sister, Joanne Stefani Germanotta, having a deep influence on the record.

2. A Seat at the Table Solange

A Seat at the Table is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Solange, released on September 30, 2016, by Saint and Columbia Records. Following the release of her second studio album Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (2008), Knowles began work on her third studio album, during which she suffered a "breakdown" due to the amount of time and emotion she was putting into the recording process.

3. Chapter and Verse Bruce Springsteen

Chapter and Verse is an album by Bruce Springsteen that was released on September 23, 2016. The album is a companion piece to Springsteen's 500 plus page autobiography, Born to Run, which was released four days later. The career-spanning album features eighteen songs handpicked by Springsteen, five of which have never been released. The album contains Springsteen's earliest recording from 1966 and early '70s songs from his tenure in The Castiles, Steel Mill and The Bruce Springsteen Band along with his first 1972 demos for Columbia Records and songs from his studio albums from 1973 until 2012.

4. Northern Lights Zeds Dead

On October 14, Zeds Dead will release their new album Northern Lights (via their Deadbeats imprint). Today, the Canadian electronic duo have detailed the record. It features Pusha T and Weezer's Rivers Cuomo on the same song, as well as tracks with Diplo and Elliphant ('Blame'), Jadakiss and Styles P, Atlas, and others.

5. Do Hollywood The Lemon Twigs

The Lemon Twigs are a pop/rock band from Long Island, New York, comprising Brian D’Addario (guitar, keyboards, vocals, drums, horns, strings), Michael D’Addario (guitar, keyboards, vocals, drums), Danny Ayala (keyboards), and Megan Zeankowski (bass). The band's repertoire comprises songs by the D'Addario brothers. The London Times characterized them as "a modern-day band combining the melodic, harmony-rich soft rock of Wings and Supertramp, the underground cool of Big Star and the Ramones, and the theatricality of Broadway musicals."

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6. Three Phantogram

Three is the third studio album by American electronic music duo Phantogram. Released on October 7, 2016, the work was published through Republic Records. In June 2016, the band released the single "You Don't Get Me High Anymore".

7. Monday starRo

“Monday,” which is out now internationally and will be sold in Japan from Oct. 26, serves as a confirmation that starRo can certainly stand on his own two feet. Originally a Tokyo-based creator juggling art with a regular job, Mizoguchi relocated to LA, where he says the starRo project really got going.

8. Don't Let the Kids Win Julia Jacklin

Though only her debut, Julia Jacklin’s Don’t Let the Kids Win works like a musical punch to the gut, a tearjerker that makes even the most public of spaces ready sobbing spots. Each of the album’s 11 songs sounds effortlessly polished, her voice seasoned with the emotion of an entire lifetime.

Jacklin takes elements of the whip-smart lyrics of fellow Australian Courtney Barnett, the evocative musicality of Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten's confessional poetry, and Jessica Pratt’s mesmerizing melodies — the mosaic of strengths made fresh by a unique perspective.

9. Human Energy Machinedrum

With Human Energy, Travis Stewart (aka Machinedrum) has made a career-defining album, one which will take him from best-kept-secret of the electronic music cognoscenti to breakout star of the US music scene. Why and how? The simple answer is that he's fallen in love and moved to California, let in light and warmth to his always technically stunning productions. The complex answer is, well, more complicated. But then, you can spend forever trying to explain or you can just revel in this remarkable album.

10. Melt Boxed In

Boxed In is the alias for British singer, songwriter and record producer Oli Bayston. The name is partly inspired by Francis Bacon's infamous painting Head VI, once described as "the operation through which the entire body escapes through the mouth", a phrase which also seemed to befit the act of singing.

On 15 June 2016, Stereogum and BBC Radio 6 Music's Lauren Laverne premiered Boxed In's new single "Jist" from forthcoming album "Melt". The track features on Laverne's Just Added playlist. "Melt" was released via Nettwerk Records on 23 September 2016. Its single "Forget" was remixed by producer and DJ George FitzGerald (musician) in October 2016.