New releases

Published on July 3rd, 2017 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: Oct. 13, 2017

New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile “Lotta Sea Lice” (first single: “Over Everything”; See here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Matador)
The Barr Brothers “Queens of the Breakers” (guest: Lucius; first single: “You Would Have to Lose Your Mind”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Secret City)
Beck “Colors” (producers: Greg Kurstin, Nile Rodgers; new single: “Dear Life”; Hear here; See here; Read here; Target-Exclusive CD, with different album cover; Red Vinyl; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Capitol)
Lewis Black “Black to the Future” (two full-length stand-up comedy programs; Download; On Tour) (Stark Raving Black Productions)
Carter Burwell “Goodbye Christopher Robin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)” (the film, starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald, follows A.A. Milne and his creation of Winnie-the-Pooh; See here; Paperback; In Theaters; Merch) (Masterworks Broadway)
Camille (French singer-composer) “OUÏ” (first single: “Seeds”; Hear here; See here; Download; On Tour) (Nonesuch)
William Patrick Corgan “Ogilala” (producer: Rick Rubin; first single: “Aeronaut”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes) (BMG Rights Management)
Jessie James Decker (country-pop singer stars in the E! Entertainment series “Eric & Jessie: Game On” with husband-NFL player Eric Decker) “Southern Girl City Lights” (first single: “Southern Girl City Lights”; Hear here; Target-Exclusive CD, with one bonus track; Download; iTunes) (Epic)
Russell Dickerson “Yours” (producer: Casey Brown; Hear here; Download; On Tour) (Triple Tigers / Sony)
Dirty Heads “Swim Team” (first single: “Vacation”; Hear here; See here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Five Seven Music)
Electric Six “How Dare You” (Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Metropolis)
Enslaved “E” (Hear here; Download; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Nuclear Blast)
Cheryl Fortune “Simply Cheryl” (first single: “Fighters”; See here; Download; iTunes) (LuDawn Music / Tyscot)
Fozzy “Judas” (first single: “Judas”; Hear here; On Tour) (Century Media)
Honeymoon Disease (Swedish rock quartet) “Part Human, Mostly Beast” (producer: Ola Ersfjord; Hear here) (The Sign)
Kidz Bop Kids “Kidz Bop 36” (Target-Exclusive CD, with four extra songs) (Kidz Bop)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard with Mild High Club “Sketches of Brunswick East” (producer: Stu Mackenzie; Hear here; Vinyl; Download, released on Aug. 18; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Flightless / ATO)
King Krule “The OOZ” (first single: “Czech One”; Hear here; See here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; On Tour; Merch) (True Panther Sounds / XL)
Jason Kui (Hong Kong-based rock/blues guitarist) “Absence of Words” (See here) (Prosthetic)
L.A. Guns “The Missing Peace” (first single: “Sticky Fingers”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour) (Frontiers Music s.r.l.)
Kenny Lattimore “Vulnerable” (first single: “Push”; Hear here; On Tour) (Sincere Soul / Liger Entertainment)
Madam X “Monstrocity” (the Detroit hard rockers’ first album since 1984; producers: Madam X; Hear here) (EMP Label Group)
Gucci Mane “Mr. Davis” (guests: The Weeknd, Migos, Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean, Monica, ScHoolboy Q, Chris Brown, A$AP Rocky, Rico Love; new single: “I Get the Bag”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour; Merch) (Guwop Enterprises / Atlantic)
The Moms (New Jersey punk rock trio) “Doing Asbestos We Can” (producers: Brett Romnes, Gary Cioni; Hear here; Vinyl; On Tour) (Bar/None)
MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE (Christian metalcore act from Madison, Ala.) “Vicious World” (producer: Travis Richter; new single: “Thorns”; Hear/read here; iTunes) (eOne Music / Good Fight Music)
Narcotic Wasteland (led by former Nile frontman Dallas Toler-Wade) “Delirium Tremens” (Hear here; On Tour) (Megaforce / MRI)
Nine Inch Nails “Add Violence EP” (first single: “Less Than”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (The Null Corporation / Capitol)
98° “Let It Snow” (Read here; Target-Exclusive CD, with two extra songs; On Tour) (UMe)
No Warning “Torture Culture” (the Toronto hardcore punk band’s first full-length album since 2004; first single: “In the City”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Bad Actors / Last Gang)
Nerina Pallot (British singer-songwriter) “Stay Lucky” (recorded at London’s RAK studios, backed by Michael Kiwanuka’s touring band; guests: Bernard Butler, Markus Feehily, Rod Thomas aka Bright Light Bright Light; Hear here; Download; iTunes) (Idaho)
Dolly Parton “I Believe in You” (proceeds from her children’s album will benefit Parton’s Imagination Library; producer: Parton; Hear here; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Dolly / RCA Nashville)
Carly Pearce “Every Little Thing” (producer: busbee; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Big Machine)
P!nk “Beautiful Trauma” (collaborators: Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol, Steve Mac, Max Martin, Shellback, Jack Antonoff, Julia Michaels, Greg Kurstin; first single: “What About Us”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (RCA)
Robert Plant “Carry Fire” (first single: “The May Queen”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Nonesuch)
Power Quest (U.K. melodic power metal band) “Sixth Dimension” (first single: “Kings and Glory”; Hear here) (Inner Wound Recordings)
The Radio Dept. “Teach Me To Forget” (six-song EP, originally released digitally on July 14; Hear here; Vinyl) (Labrador)
Duke Robillard “Duke Robillard and His Dames of Rhythm” (guests: Maria Muldaur, Madeleine Peyroux, Elizabeth McGovern, Catherine Russell) (M.C.)
Lawrence Rothman “The Book of Law” (producers: Justin Raisen, YVES, Rothman; guests: Marissa Nadler, Angel Olsen, Duff McKagan, Kristin Kontrol, How to Dress Well; first single: “Wolves Still Cry”; Hear here; Download; iTunes) (Downtown / Interscope)
The Rural Alberta Advantage (Canadian indie rock trio) “The Wild” (first single: “Brother”; Hear here; Download; On Tour) (Saddle Creek)
St. Vincent “MASSEDUCTION” (producer: Jack Antonoff; new single: “Los Ageless”; Hear here; Read here; Target-Exclusive CD, with poster; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Loma Vista Recordings / Concord)
Sisters (pop duo) “Wait Don’t Wait” (producer: Patrick Brown; first single: “Heart Beats”; Hear here; Download; iTunes) (Tender Loving Empire)
Squeeze “The Knowledge” (first single: “Innocence In Paradise”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Love)
Stars “There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light” (producer: Peter Katis ; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Last Gang)
Stick to Your Guns “True View” (first single: “The Sun, The Moon, The Truth: Penance of Self”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Pure Noise)
Tye Tribbett “The Bloody Win (Live At The Redemption Center) “ (recorded in Greenville, S.C.; producer: Tribbett; Hear here; Download; iTunes; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Motown Gospel)
Wu-Tang Clan “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues” (first single: “People Say”; Hear here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (eOne Music)

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New Releases (Downloads)

Artist: Title: Label:
Dead Leaf Echo (Brooklyn-based band) “Beyond.Desire” (recorded at Mexican Summer’s studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with My Bloody Valentine engineer Guy Fixsen and Jorge Elbreht; new single: “Temple”; Hear here; iTunes; On Tour) (PaperCup Music)
Filmspeed (Detroit-born, California-based indie rock trio) “Hexadecimal” (first single: “I Feel Alright”; Hear here) (Awfully Good)
Grant Earl LaValley “From LaValley Below” (new single: “The In-Betweens”; Hear here; Vinyl; iTunes) (Exit Stencil Recordings)
Prequell (French musician Thomas Roussel) “The Future Comes Before” (guests: Rae Morris, Shy Girls, Cruel Youth, Fyfe, Claire Laffut; new single: “Part XV”; Hear here; Import CD; iTunes) (Verve)
Small Leaks Sink Ships (Portland progressive art rock quartet) “Golden Calf” (second single: “Psychotic Opera”; Hear here; iTunes) (Lefse)
A Story Told (West Virginia quintet) “Good Looks” (producers: Jason Lieser, Kyle Grass; first single: “Good As Gold”; See here; On Tour) (A Story Told)
The Tide “Young Love” (new single: “Rest of Us”; Hear here) (Steady / Capitol)
Weird Owl (Brooklyn neo-psych band) “Bubblegum Brainwaves” (producer: Psychic TV guitarist Jeffrey Berner; guest: Genesis Breyer P’Orridge; first single: “You [Sometimes Not You]”; Hear here; CD/Vinyl; iTunes) (Whistling Dwarf Music)

Reissues (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Tim Buckley “The Complete Album Collection” (eight-CD box set; iTunes) (Rhino)
Tim Buckley “Greetings From West Hollywood” (previously unreleased September 1969 live recordings at L.A.’s Troubadour; Download; iTunes), “Venice Mating Call” (two CDs, 13 songs; Download; iTunes) (Manifesto)
The Crew Cuts “The Singles Collection 1954-60” (two CDs, 60 songs) (Acrobat)
King Curtis “His First Eight Classic Albums Plus Singles and B-Sides 1959-1962” (four CDs) (Enlightenment)
Teddy Edwards “The Complete Recordings 1947-1962” (four CDs) (Enlightenment)
Firefall “Undertow / Clouds Across the Sun / Break of Dawn” (1980, 1981 and 1983 albums on two CDs; remastered; On Tour) (BGO)
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong “Cheek To Cheek: The Complete Duet Recordings” (four-CD box set combines for the first time their Decca singles with three Verve albums and bonus tracks) (Verve / UMe)
Daryl Hall & John Oates “Bigger Than Both of Us” (1976 album, including “Rich Girl,” “Back Together Again” and “Do What You Want, Be What You Are”; remastered), “Livetime” (1978 album; remastered; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Friday Music)
Eddy Howard “The Eddy Howard Collection 1939-55” (two CDs, 52 songs) (Acrobat)
Helen Humes “The Helen Humes Collection 1927-62” (two CDs, 49 songs) (Acrobat)
Ferlin Husky “The Singles Collection 1951-62” (three CDs, 80 songs) (Acrobat)
Lydia Loveless “Boy Crazy and Single(s)” (includes the 2014 five-song EP “Boy Crazy” and six non-album singles, rarities and covers, from 2012-2015; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Bloodshot)
Shelly Manne “The Classic Albums Collection 1955-1962” (eight complete albums on four CDs) (Enlightenment)
Michael McDonald “No Lookin’ Back” (1976 album, including “Sweet Freedom”; remastered; On Tour) (Friday Music)
Pet Shop Boys “Yes/Further listening: 2008-2010” (2009 album; remastered, with a second CD of B-sides and bonus material; Read here; Vinyl; Download), “Elysium/Further listening: 2011-2012” (2012 album; remastered, with a second CD of B-sides and bonus material; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Rhino / Parlophone)
The Pretty Things “Greatest Hits” (25 songs; Hear here; Track list; Vinyl; Download) (Madfish)
The Residents “80 Aching Orphans: 45 Years of The Residents” (four-CD, 80-song box set of singles, fan favorites, album tracks, live recordings and previously unreleased material, in a hardback book package; Read here; Download; iTunes; eBay; Merch) (Cherry Red)
Slow (short-lived but influential Canadian punk-rock band) “Against the Glass” (1986 album; remastered; Hear here; Vinyl) (Artoffact)
Bobby Vee “The Bobby Vee Collection 1959-62” (two CDs, 64 songs) (Acrobat)

DVD / Blu-ray

Artist(s)/cast: Title: Label/studio:
Chicago “Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago [DVD]” (documentary directed by Peter Pardini; See here; On Tour) (FilmRise)
L7 “L7: Pretend We’re Dead [DVD]” (documentary includes interviews with Exene Cervenka, Shirley Manson, Joan Jett, Brody Dalle, Lydia Lunch, Allison Robertson, Louise Post, etc.; See here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (MVD Visual)
Mick Ronson “Beside Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story [Blu-ray + DVD]” (new documentary directed by Jon Brewer and narrated by David Bowie; includes interviews with Angie Bowie, Lou Reed, Tony Visconti, Ian Hunter, Glen Matlock, Roger Taylor, Joe Elliott, etc.; See here) (MVD Visual)
The Who “Tommy Live at The Royal Albert Hall [DVD]” (2017 charity benefit concert for the Teenage Cancer Trust; See here; CD; Vinyl; Blu-ray; On Tour; Merch) (Eagle Rock)

Next Week: Oct. 20, 2017

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