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  1. Cowboy Junkies – All That Reckoning Canada’s Cowboy Junkies have been churning out albums for thirty years with the same lineup. Their newest album comes six years after the last one, the longest the group has gone between new records. All That Reckoning finds the band in good form, with hushed, laconic songs that will be a balm to anyone who loves Margo Timmins unique voice.
  2. Aug 07,  · July ended sometime last week and even though we are still trying to figure out how the month passed by so fast and where all of our salaries are going, let’s take a moment to appreciate some albums that hit the spot real good after they got released! Lord Paper – Somewhere in North K [ ].
  3. Japanese mini-LP import CD on Airmail. This is excellent, classic UK psychedelia reissued with excellent packaging, however the sound quality is only mediocre and sounds like it was dubbed from a vinyl copy of the album and sounds compressed from filtering. Sounds very similar to the first official CD reissue on the UK Aftermath label/5(40).
  4. 18 New Songs, Albums and Remixes To Love In May 30 April , | Updated: 30 April , Listen to the biggest songs you'll be hearing non-stop over May from the likes of Kanye.
  5. God Bless the Go-Go's, the Go-Go's fourth album, is released. It is the band's first studio album in 17 years. Tool releases their third studio album, Lateralus. It sells , copies in its first week and is certified double platinum in , setting the stage for the also-successful 10, Days album that will come out 3 years later.
  6. Apr 29,  · What follows remains to be seen. [May 25]1. 'Electric Light' - James Bay. Come on, let it go - you know you love James Bay. The British crooner knocked two hit songs out of the park on his debut album in "Hold Back the River" and the ubiquitous "Let It Go." That creates a sense of expectation for his sophomore effort.
  7. Kaiser Chiefs - Duck Out July 26th The indie titans unveil their seventh studio album next month, their first since 's Stay Together. Recorded with producer Ben Allen, who oversaw 's Education, Education, Education and War, the album sees the band returning to the poppy indie of their days and moving away from the electronic experimentalism of Stay Together.

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