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Published on August 31st, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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Fall Music Preview: New Releases and Reissues

Autumn is around the corner (it officially begins Sept. 22 and ends Dec. 20), and that means it’s time for Pauseandplay.com’s seasonal new-music preview. Here are some of the top new releases and reissues coming in the next three months – here’s your Fall Music Preview.

SEPT. 23, 2016

AIRBOURNE
“Breakin’ Outta Hell” (producer: Bob Marlette; first single: “Breakin’ Outta Hell”; Hear here; MP3; Spinefarm)

JOE BONAMASSA
“Live At The Greek Theatre” (a musical tribute to “The Three Kings of the Blues” – Albert, Freddie and B.B. – filmed in August 2015 and airing on PBS; See here; Vinyl; DVD; Blu-ray; MP3; J&R Adventures)

DAVID BOWIE
“David Bowie – Who Can I Be Now? [1974-1976]” (12-CD box set includes the previously unreleased album “The Gouster” and “Re:Call 2,” featuring single versions and non-album B-sides; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; see related “The Man Who Fell to Earth” soundtrack below; Rhino / Parlophone)

BILLY BRAGG & JOE ELY
“Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad” (classic railroad folk and blues standards recorded during their four-day rail trip; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Cooking Vinyl)

RAY CHARLES
“The Atlantic Years – In Mono [Vinyl]” (seven-LP box set; Rhino / Atlantic)

KYLE DIXON & MICHAEL STEIN
“Stranger Things, Volume Two (A Netflix Original Series)” (Lakeshore)

EVERY TIME I DIE
“Low Teens” (producer: Will Putney; guests: Tim Singer, Brendan Urie; first single: “The Coin Has a Say”; See here; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with two extra tracks; Epitaph)

FLEETWOOD MAC
“Mirage (Expanded Edition)” (1982 album; remastered, with a second CD featuring 19 early versions, outtakes, alternate takes, etc.; Hear here; Deluxe Edition, featuring three CDs containing B-sides, rarities and live performances, plus one LP and a 5.1 mix on DVD; Standard CD; MP3; MP3 Deluxe; Rhino / Warner)

HOW TO DRESS WELL
“Care” (first single: “Lost Youth / Lost You”; See here; MP3; Weird World / Domino)

KANSAS
“The Prelude Implicit” (their first album since 2000’s “Somewhere to Elsewhere” and their first with new vocalist Ronnie Platt, who took over when Steve Walsh departed in 2014; Hear here; Read here; Deluxe Edition; Vinyl; MP3; InsideOut Music)

HAMILTON LEITHAUSER + ROSTAM
“I Had a Dream That You Were Mine” (songs the former Walkmen singer recorded with Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanglij; See here; MP3; Glassnote)

SHAWN MENDES
“Illuminate” (first single: “Treat You Better”; Hear here; See here; Read here; Deluxe Edition; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Island)

IDINA MENZEL
“idina.” (first single: “I See You”; See/read here; MP3; Warner)

MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE
“The Black Parade / Living With Ghosts (The 10th Anniversary Edition) [Vinyl]” (2006 album; with 11 previously unreleased demos and outtakes from the original recording session with producer Rob Cavallo; MP3; Warner)

RANDY NEWMAN
“The Randy Newman Songbook Vol. 3” (newly recorded, stripped-down versions of some of best-known songs, including “Short People,” “Mama Told Me Not To Come,” “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” and “I Love L.A.”; MP3; Nonesuch)

OPERATION: MINDCRIME
“Resurrection” (first single: “Left for Dead”; Hear here; MP3; Frontiers Music s.r.l.)

PASSENGER
“Young as the Morning Old as the Sea” (producers: Passenger, Chris Vallejo; guest: Birdy; first single: “Somebody’s Love”; See here; Deluxe Edition; Vinyl, with download card; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Nettwerk)

JAKE SHIMABUKURO
“Nashville Sessions” (with bass player Nolan Verner and drummer Evan Hutchings; Hear here; MP3; JS)

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
“Chapter and Verse” (an 18-song compilation/companion piece to his “Born to Run” autobiography, see below; See here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; Columbia)

TY DOLLA $IGN
“Campaign” (guests: Future, Big TC; first single: “Campaign”; Hear here; Atlantic)

VANGELIS
“Rosetta” (13-track album was inspired by and created for the European Space Agency’s Rosetta comet landing mission; Hear here; MP3; Decca)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“The Man Who Fell To Earth” (1975 film soundtrack, available for the first time since its original release; two CDs, 25 songs; Read here; Vinyl; UMC)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“WOW Hits 2017” (two CDs, 30 songs; Deluxe Edition; WOW)

DWIGHT YOAKAM
“Swimming Pools, Movie Stars …” (his first exclusively bluegrass album; producers: Yoakam, Gary Paczosa; mixed by Chris Lord Alge; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Sugar Hill)

More Releases for Sept. 23, 2016

SEPT. 30, 2016

HERB ALPERT
“Human Nature” (electronic and dance-infused album, featuring five original compositions and reimagining of classics like Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature,” Burt Bacharach’s “Alfie” and “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” and Bacharach and Elvis Costello’s “Look Up Again”; Hear here; MP3; Herb Alpert Presents)

BON IVER
“22, A Million” (the Justin Vernon project’s first since 2011; Hear here; Vinyl; Cassette; MP3; Jagaguwar)

MARC BROUSSARD
“Save Our Soul II: Soul on a Mission” (covers of ’50s and 60s hits, such as “Baby Workout,” “Twistin’ the Night Away,” “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted,” “I Was Made to Love Her,” etc.; guests: Huey Lewis, J.J. Grey; Hear here; MP3; G-Man Touring Inc)

DANNY BROWN
“Atrocity Exhibition” (guests: Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt, Ab-Soul, B-Real, Petite Noir, Kelela; See here; Read here; Warp)

KRISTIN CHENOWETH
“The Art of Elegance” (Hear here; Concord)

ERIC CLAPTON
“Live in San Diego With Special Guest JJ Cale” (16-song concert from March 15, 2007; guests: Robert Cray, Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhal II; See here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; Reprise)

CRAIG DAVID
“Following My Intuition” (guests: Big Narstie, Blonde, Sigala, Hardwell, Kaytranada; new single: “Ain’t Giving Up”; Hear here; U.K. – Insanity / Sony)

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS
“American Band” (first single: “Surrender Under Protest”; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3; ATO)

EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER
“Trilogy” (1972 album; two discs; Vinyl), “Brain Salad Surgery” (1973 album; two discs; Vinyl), “Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends – Ladies and Gentlemen” (1974 album; two discs; Vinyl; BMG Rights Management)

FEEDER
“All Bright Electric” (first single: “Universe of Life”; Hear here; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with three extra tracks; Cooking Vinyl)

ERROLL GARNER
“Ready Take One” (14 unreleased studio performances, culled from recently discovered 1967, 1969 and 1971 sessions; Hear here; Read here; Legacy)

FRED HAMMOND
“Worship Journal Live” (his first live recording in 17 years; first single: “Father Jesus Spirit”; Hear here; MP3; RCA Inspiration)

JIMI HENDRIX
“Machine Gun: Jimi Hendrix The Fillmore East First Show 12/31/1969” (with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles, newly mixed by Eddie Kramer from the original 1″ eight-track masters; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3; Experience Hendrix / Legacy)

JENNY HVAL
“Blood Bitch” (first single: “Female Vampire”; Hear here; MP3; Sacred Bones)

AMY LEE
“Dream Too Much” (a new Amazon Original children’s album from the Evanescence singer; Hear here; MP3; Amy Lee Music)

MARILLION
“F E A R” (stands for “Fuck Everyone And Run”; their 18th album; Hear here; MP3; earMUSIC)

VAN MORRISON
“Keep Me Singing” (his 36th studio album; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; Caroline)

THE MOWGLI’S
“Where’d Your Weekend Go?” (producer: Mike Green; new single: “Spacin Out”; Hear here; Photo Finish)

NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND AND FRIENDS
“Circlin’ Back: Celebrating 50 Years” (all-star show, filmed in September 2015 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, aired on PBS; guests: Jackson Browne, John Prine, Sam Bush, Vince Gill, Rodney Crowell, Jerry Douglas, Jerry Jeff Walker, Alison Krauss, etc.; See here; Warner Music Nashville)

GRAHAM PARKER
“These Dreams Will Never Sleep: The Best of Graham Parker 1976-2015” (six-CD, one-DVD career box set, with a 36-page hardcover book, etc.; U.K. – UMC)

PIXIES
“Head Carrier” (producer: Tom Dalgety; first single: “Um Chagga Lagga”; Hear here; MP3; Pixiesmusic / PIAS America)

JOHN PRINE
“For Better, or Worse” (duets album, featuring Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Susan Tedeschi, Kathy Mattea, Lee Ann Womack, Iris Dement, etc.; Hear/read here; MP3; Oh Boy)

PRINCE
“Purple Rain [Blu-ray]” (1984 film), “Under the Cherry Moon [Blu-ray]” (1986 film), “Graffiti Bridge [Blu-ray]” (1990 film; Read here; Warner Home Video)

THE ROLLING STONES
“The Rolling Stones in mono” (15-CD box set of early recordings, with a new compilation titled “Stray Cats” featuring non-album B-sides and rarities; 16-LP box set; Read here; UMe)

REGINA SPEKTOR
“Remember Us To Life” (first single: “Bleeding Heart”; Hear here; Deluxe Edition; Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition, with three extra tracks; Sire)

STING
“Sting – The Studio Collection” (11-LP box set), “Brand New Day” (1999; double LP), “Sacred Love” (2003; double LP; A&M / UMe)

TEMPLE OF THE DOG
“Temple of the Dog (25th Anniversary Reissue)” (1991 album, newly mixed by Brendan O’Brien; available as a four-disc Super Deluxe, a double LP, a two-CD deluxe and a single CD; UMe)

YANN TIERSEN
“EUSA” (his first album of solo piano music, recorded at Abbey Road; first single: “Roc’h ar Vugale”; See here; MP3; Mute)

BOB WEIR
“Blue Mountain” (his first solo album in more than 10 years; songs written with Josh Ritter; producer: Josh Kaufman; Read here; MP3; Columbia / Legacy)

YELLOWCARD
“Yellowcard” (the band says this is its final album and world tour; producers: frontman Ryan Key, guitarist Ryan Mendez; executive producer: Neal Avron; first single: “Rest in Peace”; Hear here; See here; Vinyl; Hopeless)

More Releases for Sept. 30, 2016

OCT. 7, 2016

RICK ASTLEY
“50” (his first album in the U.S. in more than 20 years was released on June 10 in his native U.K., where the LP debuted at No. 1 – his first No. 1 album there since his 1987 debut album, “Whenever You Need Somebody”; producer: Astley; See here; MP3; BMG Rights Management)

COLBIE CAILLAT
“The Malibu Sessions” (first single: “Goldmine”; Hear here; See here; MP3; PlummyLou / RED)

BRENT COBB
“Shine On Rainy Day” (producer: cousin Dave Cobb; first single: “Solving Problems”; Hear here; LP + CD; MP3; Low Country Sound / Elektra)

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
“Transit Blues” (producer: Dan Korneff; first single: “Daughter”; See here; Vinyl, with download card; MP3; Rise)

MELISSA ETHERIDGE
“MEmphis Rock and Soul” (a tribute to Stax Records; producers: John Burk, Etheridge; first single: “Hold On, I’m Coming”; Hear/read here; Vinyl; MP3; Stax / Concord)

BARRY GIBB
“In the Now” (his first album of all new material since the Bee Gees’ final studio album in 2001; he wrote all the songs with sons Stephen and Ashley; producers: Gibb, John Merchant; Hear here; Read here; Deluxe Edition; MP3; Columbia)

GOAT
“Requiem” (first single: “Try My Robe”; Hear here; MP3; Sub Pop)

GREEN DAY
“Revolution Radio” (producers: Green Day; first single: “BANG BANG”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; Reprise)

GTA
“Good Times Ahead” (guests: Tinashe, Vince Staples, Tungi Ige, Iamsu, Wax Motif, What So Not; first single: “Feel It”; Hear here; MP3; Warner)

HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER
“Heart Like a Levee” (first single: “Biloxi”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Merge)

NORAH JONES
“Day Breaks” (guests: Wayne Shorter, Lonnie Smith, Brian Blade; first single: “Carry On”; See here; Read here; MP3; Blue Note)

EDDIE MONEY
“The Complete Hits and More!” (two CDs, 24 songs; Real Gone Music)

OASIS
“Be Here Now” (1997 album; remastered, with a second CD of B-sides and extras and a third CD of demos; Read here; Double LP; Four-LP Box Set; Standard CD; MP3; Big Brother Recordings)

PITBULL
“Climate Change” (guests: Jennifer Lopez, R. Kelly, Robin Thicke, Joe Perry, Jason Derulo, Travis Barker, Flo Rida, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, LunchMoney Lewis, Stephen Marley, Austin Mahone, Leona Lewis, Kiesza, etc.; first single: “Greenlight”; See here; Mr.305 / Polo Grounds Music / RCA)

PLACEBO
“A Place For Us To Dream: 20 Years of Placebo” (36 tracks, including new song “Jesus’ Son”; Hear here; U.K. – Electric Lady / UMC)

OTIS REDDING
“Complete & Unbelievable … The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul” (1966 album; remastered; two-disc deluxe edition that includes stereo and mono mixes, with eight bonus rarities; Vinyl, with bonus 7-inch; Rhino / Atlantic)

LOU REED
“The RCA & Arista Album Collection” (17 complete albums, from 1972’s “Lou Reed” to 1986’s “Mistrial”; all newly remastered, under the direction of Reed, before his death on Oct. 27, 2013; Read here; MP3; RCA / Legacy)

SEASICK STEVE
“Keepin’ the Horse Between Me and the Ground” (producer: Seasick Steve; Hear here; MP3; Rough Trade)

SHOVELS & ROPE
“Little Seeds” (first single: “I Know”; Hear here; Read here; MP3; New West)

TODD SNIDER
“Eastside Bulldog” (producers: Snider, Eric McConnell; first single: “Hey Pretty Boy”; Hear here; Aimless / Thirty Tigers)

SUM 41
“13 Voices” (their first album in five years; Hear here; MP3; Hopeless)

YES
“Yes Acoustic: Guaranteed No Hiss [DVD]” (2004 performance featuring the classic lineup of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White and Rick Wakeman; See here; Arena Music)

More Releases for Oct. 7, 2016

OCT. 14, 2016

BIG STAR
“Complete Third” (recorded in 1974 but not released until 1978; remastered; this three-CD set features 69 total tracks, 29 of which are previously unheard sessions, demos and alternate mixes made by producer Jim Dickinson and engineer John Fry; See here; Read here; Omnivore Recordings)

TOM CHAPLIN (of Keane)
“The Wave” (producer: Matt Hales; first single: “Hardened Heart”; See here; Island)

PHIL COLLINS
“The Singles” (two CDs, 33 songs; Vinyl; Rhino)

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
“Live in Europe [Vinyl]” (1973 double LP; remastered; Fantasy)

DR. JOHN
“The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac and His Music” (all-star concert at New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre, with guests Bruce Springsteen, John Fogerty, Irma Thomas, Widespread Panic, Warren Haynes, Mavis Staples, Aaron Neville, etc.; See/read here; CD/DVD/Blu-ray Combo; Concord)

MIKE DOUGHTY
“Heart Watches While the Brain Burns” (Hear here; Snackbar)

C DUNCAN (Mercury Prize nominee)
“The Midnight Sun” (producer: Duncan; first single: “Wanted to Want It Too”; Hear here; MP3; FatCat)

STEVE EARLE
“Guitar Town (30th Anniversary Edition)” (1986 album; remastered, with a second CD of bonus material; MCA Nashville / UMe)

DAVID GRAY
“The Best of David Gray (Deluxe Edition)” (two CDs, 31 songs; Standard CD; Vinyl; iht)

COLIN JAMES
“Blue Highways” (a tribute to his blues heroes, such as Howlin’ Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Freddie King, Buddy Guy, Robert Johnson, etc.; producers: James, Dave Meszaros; first single: “Going Down”; Hear here; True North)

JOHNNYSWIM
“Georgica Pond” (guest: Vince Gill; Hear here; MP3; Big Picnic)

KINGS OF LEON
“Walls” (producer: Markus Dravs; Read here; RCA)

THE MAVERICKS
“All Night Live Volume 1” (Hear/read here; Mono Mundo Recordings)

DONNY McCASLIN (saxophonist and his ensemble played on David Bowie’s “Blackstar” album)
“Beyond Now” (producer: David Binney; first single: a cover of Bowie’s “A Small Plot of Land”; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Motéma Music)

MOBY & THE VOID PACIFIC CHOIR
“These Systems Are Failing” (Hear here; Mute)

FRENCH MONTANA
“MC4” (first single: “Figure It Out,” feat. Kanye West and Nas; See here; MP3; Bad Boy / Epic)

CONOR OBERST
“Ruminations” (solo acoustic album; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Nonesuch)

LEON REDBONE
“A Long Way from Home” (an 18-song collection of solo performances, both live and studio, from 1972, released commercially for the first time; Vinyl; Third Man)

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
“Gameshow” (producer: Jacknife Lee; first single: “Are We Ready? [Wreck]”; Hear here; MP3; Glassnote)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia” (all-star concert held at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., in May 2015; two CDs; CD/DVD; CD/Blu-ray; Rounder)

SUZANNE VEGA
“Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers” (taken from her 2011 musical stageplay “Carson McCullers Talks About Love,” featuring songs by Vega and Duncan Sheik about the life of the Southern novelist; first single: “Harper Lee”; Hear here; MP3; Perpetual Sounds)

More Releases for Oct. 14, 2016

OCT. 21, 2016

AMERICAN FOOTBALL
“American Football” (the Illinois emo band’s first album in 17 years; producers: American Football, Jason Cupp; first single: “I’ve Been So Lost For So Long”; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3; Polyvinyl)

BECK
(title TBA; producers: Greg Kurstin, Nile Rodgers; first single: “Wow”; Hear here; Read here; Capitol)

CAIT BRENNAN
“Introducing the Breakdown According to Cait Brennan” (Hear here; Black Market Glamour)

MICHAEL BUBLÉ
“Nobody But Me” (first single: “Nobody But Me”, feat. Black Thought; Hear here; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Reprise)

LEONARD COHEN
“You Want It Darker” (producer: son Adam Cohen; Read here; Columbia)

DAVID CROSBY
“Lighthouse” (producer: Snarky Puppy’s Michael League; first single: “Things We Do for Love”; Hear here; Vinyl; MP3; GroundUp / Universal)

MILES DAVIS QUINTET
“Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol 5” (three-CD box set, covering 1966-1968, newly mixed and mastered in high resolution audio; Read here; MP3; Columbia / Legacy)

RONNIE DUNN
“Tattooed Heart” (producer: Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus; first single: “Damn Drunk,” feat. Kix Brooks; See here; Read here; Big Machine)

FALL OUT BOY
“The Boys of Zummer Tour: Live in Chicago [DVD]” (Eagle Rock)

AMY GRANT
“Tennessee Christmas” (Hear here; Amy Grant / Sparrow)

KORN
“The Serenity of Suffering” (producer: Nick Raskulinecz; guest: Corey Taylor of Slipknot; first single: “Rotting in Vain”; See here; MP3; Roadrunner)

MADNESS
“Can’t Touch Us Now” (Hear here; Polydor)

AGNES OBEL
“Citizen of Glass” (producer: Obel; first single: “Familiar”; Hear here; MP3; PIAS America)

PANTERA
“The Great Southern Trendkill: 20th Anniversary Edition” (1996 album; remastered, with a second CD of previously unreleased mixes, instrumentals and live recordings), “The Great Southern Outtakes [Vinyl]” (featuring 10 unreleased tracks; Rhino)

RASCAL FLATTS
“The Greatest Gift of All” (Hear here; Big Machine)

OTIS REDDING
“Otis Redding Live At The Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings” (six-CD box set; recorded in April 8-10, 1966; Hear/read here; Stax / Concord Bicycle Music)

RUMER
“This Girl’s In Love (A Bacharach & David Songbook)” (first single: “[They Long to Be] Close to You”; Hear here; MP3; East West)

SANTANA
“Live at The House of Blues, Las Vegas [DVD]” (three discs; Blu-ray; Eagle Rock)

CHRIS TOMLIN
“Never Lose Sight” (first single: “Jesus”; Hear here; sixsteprecords)

FRANKIE VALLI
“Tis the Seasons” (his first holiday album in decades; Rhino)

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again (Complete Soundtrack From the Fox Television Broadcast)” (re-imaging of the cult classic film airs Oct. 20 on Fox; cast includes Laverne Cox, Victoria Justice, Adam Lambert, Ben Vereen, Christina Milian and Tim Curry; producer: Cisco Adler; executive producers: Lou Adler and Kenny Ortega; Hear here; MP3; Ode Sounds & Visuals / The Orchard)

More Releases for Oct. 21, 2016

OCT. 28, 2016

JIMMY BUFFETT
“‘Tis the SeaSon” (his first holiday album in 20 years; Mailboat)

KENNY CHESNEY
“Cosmic Hallelujah” (producers: Chesney, Buddy Cannon; guest: P!nk; first single: “Noise”; Hear here; Read here; Blue Chair / Columbia Nashville)

EMPIRE OF THE SUN
“Two Vines” (producers: Empire of the Sun, Peter Mayes; guests: Lindsey Buckingham, Wendy Melvoin, and Bowie pianist Henry Hey and bassist Tim Lefebvre; first single: “High and Low”; Hear here; Read here; Amazon-exclusive Green Vinyl; MP3; MP3 Deluxe Edition; Astralwerks)

LEANN RIMES
“Remnants” (first single: “The Story”; Hear here; RCA)

JORDAN SMITH (season 9 winner of NBC’s “The Voice”)
“Tis the Season” (Hear here; Republic)

TOVE LO
“Lady Wood” (first single: “Cool Girl”; Hear here; MP3; Island)

More Releases for Oct. 28, 2016

NOV. 4, 2016

LEE FIELDS & THE EXPRESSIONS
“Special Night” (producers: Leon Michels, Thomas Brenneck; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Big Crown)

MICK HARVEY
“Intoxicated Women” (fourth and final volume of his Serge Gainsbourg translations; guests: Channthy Kak, Xanthe Waite, Sophia Brous, Lyndelle-Jayne Spruyt, Jess Ribeiro, Andrea Schroeder, and Harvey’s son, Solomon; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Mute)

MITCH HEDBERG
“Mitch Hedberg: The Complete Vinyl Collection” (four-LP box set contains three original albums, never-before-heard recordings, bonus videos and a book by Lynn Shawcroft; Comedy Central)

LAMBCHOP
“FLOTUS” (or “For Love Often Turns Us Still”; first single: “The Hustle”; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Merge)

NATHAN SYKES
“Unfinished Business” (Hear here; Global Music)

More Releases for Nov. 4, 2016

NOV. 11, 2016

ENIGMA
“The Fall of a Rebel Angel” (guests: Anggun, Mark Josher, Nanuk, Aquilo; Hear here; Read here; MP3; Universal)

TYLER GLENN (lead singer of Neon Trees)
“Excommunication” (first single: “Trash”; Hear here; Island)

PINK FLOYD
“The Early Years 1965-1972” (27-disc box set; Read here), “The Early Years 1967-1972, Cre/ation” (two CDs of highlights from the box set; MP3; Pink Floyd / Sony)

SLEIGH BELLS
“Jessica Rabbit” (new single: “Hyper Dark”; Hear here; Read here; Mom+Pop Music)

STING
“57th & 9th” (his first rock album in decades; producer: Martin Kierszenbaum; Read here; Deluxe Edition; A&M)

MARTHA WAINWRIGHT
“Goodnight City” (first single: “Around the Bend”; Hear here; PIAS America)

More Releases for Nov. 11, 2016

NOV. 18, 2016

JETHRO TULL
“Stand Up (The Elevated Edition)” (three-disc set includes the original 1969 album and bonus tracks remixed to stereo and 5.1 surround by Steven Wilson, plus a DVD featuring a January 1969 concert in Sweden; Chrysalis / Parlophone)

METALLICA
“Hardwired … To Self-Destruct” (two-CD, two-vinyl set; their first album since 2008; producer: Greg Fidelman; first single: “Hardwired”; See here; Read here; Vinyl; Vinyl Box Set; Blackened Recordings)

R.E.M.
“Out of Time (25th Anniversary Edition)” (1991 album; remastered, with unreleased demos, rare live performance, Blu-ray versions of music videos, “Time Piece” promo film and more; Vinyl; three-LP set; three CDs + Blu-ray; Standard CD; Concord Bicycle)

More Releases for Nov. 18, 2016

NOV. 29, 2016

VARIOUS ARTISTS
“Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music [DVD]” (eight-episode PBS series, produced by the late George Martin, features interviews with Paul McCartney, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Tony Bennett, Tom Petty, Annie Lennox, Smokey Robinson, Quincy Jones, etc.; See here; Blu-ray; Acorn Media)

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