New songs

Published on March 3rd, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Carly Rae Jepsen, Alabama Shakes, Jordin Sparks, etc.

“I Really Like You,” Carly Rae Jepsen

“Gimme All Your Love,” Alabama Shakes

“Big Decisions,” My Morning Jacket

“Double Tap,” Jordin Sparks

“Angel Is Coming,” Basement Jaxx

“Once in a Lifetime,” Flo Rida

“Of Course We Know,” Modest Mouse

“Adore,” Cashmere Cat feat. Ariana Grande

“Superhero,” Faith No More

“My Angel” (from “Furious 7: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”), Prince Royce

“Monster,” Meek Mill

“heartsigh,” Purity Ring

“Grow,” Odessa

“Lean On,” Major Lazer feat. MØ & DJ Snake

“Baby Blue,” Action Bronson feat. Chance the Rapper

“Can’t Stop Dancin’ (J Balvin Remix),” Becky G feat. J Balvin

“Five More Hours,” Deorro x Chris Brown

“Let Go (Arty X Krystal Klear Rework),” RAC

“Seven Days,” Mighty Oaks

“Buffalo,” Toro Y Moi

“Down for Whatever / Too Young to Fall in Love,” Chelsea Lankes

“Fingerprints,” Kita Klane

“Taking All Bets,” Jay 305

“Fighting,” Saints of Valory

“Nobody Like You,” Francesco Yates

“Renegades,” X Ambassador

“Treat Me Like Fire (UK Remixes),” Lion Babe

“Bitching,” Cat Couture

“Head Up High (The Remixes),” Oh Land

“Scout1,” Tyondai Braxton

“Down for Whatever,” Chelsea Lankes

“Where You End and I Begin,” George Maple feat. Grande Marshall

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$3.99 Albums: Roberta Flack … Stephen Stills … The Dream Academy … Buffalo Springfield … Amy Lee … Miles Davis … Joe Walsh … The Rascals … Seals & Crofts … Curtis Mayfield … Little Feat … Tower of Power … etc.

$0.69 Songs: Prince … Maroon 5 … Whitesnake … Empire Cast … Foreigner … Seether … Frankie Valli … Marvin Gaye … Bette Midler … Salt-n-Pepa … Lady Antebellum … Passenger … Anna Kendrick … … etc.

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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