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Published on July 1st, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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And Now … Even More New Releases

Coming back around again with more new releases (and reissues) from the past week:

JUNE 30, 2015

THE ASTRONAUTS
“Go … Go … Go!!” (MP3; 1965 album), “For You from Us” (MP3; 1965 album), “Down the Line” (MP3; 1966 album), “Travelin’ Men” (MP3; 1967 album; RCA / Legacy)

BASSNECTAR
“Into the Sun” (16-track mixtape; Hear here; MP3; Amorphous Music)

THE BOOMTOWN RATS
“A Tonic For The Troops” (MP3; 1978 album), “Mondo Bongo” (MP3; 1981 album), “V Deep” (MP3; 1982 album; Mercury / UMe)

CIRCLE JERKS
“Wonderful” (MP3; 1985 album; Legacy)

CRABB FAMILY
“20 Years: Platinum Edition” (MP3; New Day)

EL DeBARGE
“Second Chance” (MP3; 2010 album; Geffen / UMe)

RONNIE JONES
“Satisfy My Soul: The Complete Recordings 1964-1968” (MP3; Import CD; RPM)

MIRIAM MAKEBA
“Makeba Sings!” (MP3; 1965 album; RCA / Legacy)

ROD McKUEN
“Prolific Composer Rod McKuen Sings His Own” (MP3; 1965 album; RCA / Legacy)

MEEK MILL
“Dreams Worth More Than Money” (MP3; guests: Drake, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Diddy, The Weeknd, Future, Swizz Beatz; MMG / Atlantic)

METRO STATION
“Savior” (MP3; 18-song mixtape; Hear here; Metro Station Music)

ROY ORBISON
“The Monument Album Collection” (MP3; four complete albums; Monument / Legacy)

THE SELECTER
“Get on the Train to Skaville” (MP3; Import CD; Secret, June 29)

TYGA
“The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty” (MP3; guests: Lil Wayne, Boosie Badazz, A.E.; Hear here; Last Kings Music)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Classic Reggae, Volume 1” (MP3), “Jamaican R&B/Blues, Volume 1” (MP3), “Lovers Rock, Volume 1” (MP3), “Original Dancehall, Volume 1” (MP3), “Tighten Up Reggae, Volume 1” (MP3; Trojan / Sanctuary)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Henry Stone’s Miami Sound – The Record Man” (20 tracks; MP3; Athens of the North)

ANDY WILLIAMS
“Warm and Willing” (MP3; 1962 album), “Andy Williams’ Newest Hits” (MP3; 1966 album; Columbia / Legacy)

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