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Published on February 6th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Releases: Feb. 7, 2020

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New Releases (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist:Title:Label:
Antibalas“Fu Chronicles” (new single: “Fight Am Finish”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Daptone)
Ásgeir“Bury the Moon” (new single: “Lazy Giants”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (One Little Indian)
Jim Brickman“Romance” (first single: “I Do [Cherish You]”; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Brickman Music / Green Hill Productions)
The Cadillac Three“COUNTRY FUZZ” (producers: The Cadillac Three, Dann Huff; guests: Travis Tritt, Chris Janson; new single: “All the Makin’s of a Saturday Night”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Target; On Tour) (Big Machine)
Isobel Campbell“There Is No Other …” (the former Belle and Sebastian member’s first solo album in more than 13 years; first single: “Ant Life”; See here; Vinyl; Download; On Tour) (Cooking Vinyl)
Cerrone“DNA” (first single: “The Impact”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music) (Malligator Préférence / Because Music)
Delain“Apocalypse & Chill” (producer: Martijn Westerholt; new single: “One Second”; See here; Amazon UK; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Napalm)
Kat Edmonson“Dreamers Do” (guest: Bill Frisell; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Spinnerette)
Fat Tony & taydex“Wake Up” (first single: “Godly”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target) (Carpark)
Godsticks“Inescapable” (first single: “Denigrate,” feat. Daniel Tompkins; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Kscope)
Green Day“Father of All …” (first single: “Father of All …”; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour, with Fall Out Boy and Weezer; Merch) (Reprise)
The Homesick (Dutch band)“The Big Exercise” (new single: “Kaïn”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target)(Sub Pop)
Khruangbin & Leon Bridges“Texas Sun” (four-song EP; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target) (Dead Oceans)
La Roux“Supervision” (her first new music in five years; first single: “International Woman of Leisure”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Supercolour / Believe)
Loathe (British experimental metal quintet)“I Let It In And It Took Everything” (See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (SharpTone)
The Lone Bellow“Half Moon Light” (producer: The National’s Aaron Dessner; first single: “Count on Me”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Dualtone)
Richard Marx“Limitless” (his first album since 2014; guest: Jana Kramer; first single: “Another One Down,” co-written with son Lucas Marx; See here; Read here; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (BMG Rights Management)
Mighty Oaks (Berlin-based indie folk trio)“All Things Go” (new single: “Lost Again”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (BMG Rights Management)
John Moreland (Tulsa-based singer-songwriter)“Lp5” (producer: Matt Pence; first single: “East October”; Hear here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Old Omens / Thirty Tigers)
Nada Surf“Never Not Together” (their first album in four years; first single: “Something I Should Do”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Barsuk)
Oh Wonder“No One Else Can Wear Your Crown” (new single: “Happy”; Hear here; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Island)
William Prince (Juno Award-winning singer-songwriter)“Reliever” (producers: Dave Cobb, Scott Nolan; first single: “The Spark”; Hear here; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Glassnote)
Prince Royce“ALTER EGO” (new single: “Dec. 21”; See here; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Sony Music Latin)
Rapsody“Eve” (each song is named for an influential black woman, including Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Myrlie Evers and Aaliyah; producers: 9th Wonder, Khrysis, Nottz, Eric G, Mark Byrd; guests: D’Angelo, Queen Latifah, J. Cole, Leikeli47, Elle Varner, Sir, PJ Morton, etc.; Vinyl; Download, released on Aug. 23, 2019; Target) (Jamla / Roc Nation)
Gil Scott-Heron & Makaya McCraven“We’re New Again – A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven” (a reworking of Scott-Heron’s 2010 comeback album; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target) (XL Recordings)
Aubrie Sellers (daughter of Lee Ann Womack)“Far from Home” (producers: Sellers, Frank Liddell; guest: Steve Earle; new single: “Worried Mind”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Aubrie Sellers / Soundly Music)
Sepultura“Quadra” (first single: “Isolation”; See here; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour; Merch) (Nuclear Blast)
Shopping (British post-punk trio)“All or Nothing” (producer: Nick Sylvester; first single: “Initiative”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Target; Apple Music; On Tour) (FatCat)
Smoke Fairies“Darkness Brings the Wonders Home” (producer: Phil Ek; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Year Seven)
Sniff ‘n’ the Tears“Jump” (new live acoustic album, as a duo; Hear/read here; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) (Chapel Productions / Ace)
Spanish Love Songs (L.A. punk band)“Brave Faces Everyone” (new single: “Kick”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour, with The Wonder Years) (Pure Noise)
The SteelDrivers“Bad For You” (first album with new lead singer Kevlin Damrell; first single: “Bad For You”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Rounder)
Stone Temple Pilots“Perdida” (first single: “Fare Thee Well”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Play Pen Music / Rhino)
Supersuckers“Play That Rock -N- Roll” (first single: “Ain’t Gonna Stop”; Hear here; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour; Merch) (Acetate)
Various artists“Birds of Prey: The Album” (15-song soundtrack; movie opens in theaters Feb. 7; new single: “Diamonds,” Megan Thee Stallion & Normani; See here; Original Motion Picture Score by
Daniel Pemberton; Download; Apple Music; Target; Fandango)
(Atlantic)
Ben Williams (formerly of Pat Metheny’s Unity Band)“I AM A MAN” (guests: Wes Felton, Kendra Foster, Muhsinah, Niles; first single: “If You Hear Me”; Hear here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Rainbow Blonde)

More Releases for Feb. 7, 2020 »

Other Notable Releases

“The Free World,” ARMNHMR (Dim Mak)
“Flyover Country,” Chicago Farmer (Chicago Farmer)
“UNLOCKED,” Denzel Curry & Kenny Beats (Loma Vista Recordings)
“Inner Capitalism,” The Delay in the Universal Loop (Bulbless!)
“Illuminati,” God Dethroned (Metal Blade)
“Classic,” HAUSER (Sony Classical)
“The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons,” Christian McBride (Mack Avenue)
“Leaving Egypt,” Sammy Miller and the Congregation (Sammy Miller and the Congregation)
“The Moon Is an Ashtray,” Miss Tess (Miss Tess / Tone Tree Music)
“Miasma,” OvO (Artoffact)
“Low Season,” Poolside (Pacific Standard)
“MEET THE WOO 2,” Pop Smoke (Victor Victor / Republic)
“Date Nite,” Tim Rushlow & His Big Band (TRAC Entertainment)
“Self Aware Bitch,” Anna Sofia (Electric Feel Music / Republic)
“Wolves Among the Ashes,” Svart Crown (Century Media)
“Cycle of Suffering,” SYLOSIS (Nuclear Blast)
“Recurring Dreams,” Tangerine Dream (Kscope)
“Hostis Humani Generis,” Ye Banished Privateers (Napalm)

This Week’s Vinyl Releases »Exclusive Urban Outfitters Vinyl »FYE Exclusives »

Classical Releases »Country Releases »Jazz Releases »Latin Releases »

New Releases (Downloads)

Artist:Title:Label:
Frazey Ford“U kin B the Sun” (first single: “Azad”; Hear here; CD and Vinyl out March 27; Apple Music; Target; On Tour) (Arts & Crafts)
Galantis“Church” (new single: “Faith,” feat. Dolly Parton and Mr. Probz; See here) (Big Beat / Atlantic)
Lynne Hanson (Canadian singer-songwriter)“Just Words” (producer: Jim Bryson; first single: “True Blue Moon”; See here; Apple Music; On Tour) (Lynne Hanson)
Kristine W“Episode One: Love and Lies” (first single: “Just a Lie”; See here; Apple Music) (Fly Again Music)
The Lost Brothers“After the Fire After the Rain” (Hear here; Read here; Apple Music; On Tour) (Bird Dog Recordings)
Trixie Mattel (“RuPaul’s Drag Race” alumna)“Barbara” (producers: Nick Goldston, Tomas Costanza; first single: “Malibu”; See here; CD and Vinyl, out April 24; Apple Music; On Tour) (PEG / ADA)
Various artists“Seven Wonders” (new compilation of Australian jazz and neo-soul bands; Hear here)(Plug Seven)

More Digital Releases for Feb. 7, 2020 »

Folk Releases »Opera Releases »Soundtrack Releases »World Music Releases »

Reissues (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist:Title:Label:
Avenged Sevenfold“Diamonds in the Rough [Vinyl]” (2008 compilation of B-sides, rarities, covers and other non-album tracks; remastered, with five bonus tracks; Download; Target; Merch) (Warner)
The Box Tops“The Letter-Neon Rainbow / Cry Like a Baby / Non-Stop / Dimensions” (1967-1969 albums on two CDs; remastered) (BGO)
Brothers of a Feather Featuring Chris & Rich Robinson“Brothers of a Feather: Live at the Roxy” (2007 album; remastered; Vinyl)(Silver Arrow)
Jeremy Camp“I Still Believe: The Greatest Hits” (15 songs; Target; On Tour) (Sparrow)
Paul Carrack“Live 2000-2020: The Independent Years” (five-CD box set; Amazon UK) (Carrack UK)
Sam Cooke“The RCA Albums Collection” (eight-CD, 94-song box set; remastered; Amazon UK) (Music on CD)
Lana Del Rey“Born to Die [Vinyl]” (2012 album, featuring “Video Games,” “Born to Die,” “Blue Jeans” and “Summertime Sadness”; Target-exclusive red vinyl; See here; On Tour; Merch) (Interscope)
Earth, Wind & Fire“Illumination” (2005 album; remastered, with two bonus instrumentals; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Target; Las Vegas Residency) (Sanctuary / BMG Rights Management)
Bryan Ferry“Live at the Royal Albert Hall, 1974” (14-song set; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music) (BMG Rights Management)
Quincy Jones“The Classic Albums 1956-1963” (eight albums on four CDs; remastered; Amazon UK) (Enlightenment)
Johnny Mathis“The Island” (lost album from 1989, produced by Sérgio Mendes) (Second Disc / Real Gone Music)
John Prine“The BBC Sessions: The Lost Broadcasts 1971-1973” (14-song collection; On Tour) (Sutra)
Gil Scott-Heron“I’m New Here (10th Anniversary Expanded Edition)” (2010 album, his 13th and final studio album; with two bonus tracks; Vinyl; Download) (XL Recordings)
Various artists“Destination Lust: The World of Love, Sex and Violence (32 Erotic Fantasies From the Vaults)” (Hear/read here)(Bear Family)
Various artists“Disco Demands Part Six” (collection of obscure 1970s-80s dance songs, compiled and edited by Al Kent; Hear/read here; Vinyl; Download) (BBE Music)
Various artists“The Great Tragedy: Winter Dance Party 1959 – No. 2” (34-song collection of tracks by artists who replaced Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper on their Winter Dance Party tour after the three were killed in the Feb. 3, 1959, plane crash; Hear/read here)(Bear Family)
Various artists“The 1960 R&B Hits Collection” (four CDs, 115 songs)(Acrobat)
Various artists“Tea & Symphony: The English Baroque Sound 1968-1974” (22-song collection, compiled by members of Saint Etienne; Hear/read here; Vinyl)(Ace)
Various artists“The ‘Telstar’ Hot 100 December 22nd 1962” (four-CD box set features the entire Billboard Hot 100 when “Telstar” was No. 1, with 12,000-word booklet; Hear here)(Acrobat)
Scott Walker / Jacques Brel“Scott Walker Meets Jacques Brel” (Walker’s interpretations of the nine Brel songs from his “Scott,” “Scott 2” and “Scott 3” albums, followed by Brel’s original French language recordings; Hear/read here) (Ace)

More Reissues for Feb. 7, 2020 »

Other Notable Reissues

“Perhaps (2CD Expanded Digipak Collection),” The Associates (Cherry Red)
“Where It Is (Special Edition),” The Beloved (New State Entertainment)
“The Kraft Music Hall Years 1947-1949,” Al Jolson (Sepia Recordings)
“Overcomer: Greatest Hits,” Mandisa (Sparrow)
“Now Is a Timeless Present – A Retrospective,” Ulrich Schnauss (Scripted Realities)
“America’s Greatest Hits 1946,” various artists (Acrobat)

This Week’s Vinyl Releases »Exclusive Urban Outfitters Vinyl »FYE Exclusives »

Reissues (Downloads)

Artist:Title:Label:
Wilkinson Tri-Cycle“Wilkinson Tri-Cycle” (1969 album)(Columbia / Legacy)

More Digital Releases for Feb. 7, 2020 »

DVD / Blu-ray

Artist(s)/cast:Title:Studio/label:
Bad Company“Bad Company: A Film By Jon Brewer (Official Authorized 40th Anniversary Documentary) [DVD]” (2014 film; See here; Blu-ray; On Tour; Merch) (Filmrise)
Lil Peep“Lil Peep: Everybody’s Everything [DVD]” (2019 documentary; See here; Blu-ray; Soundtrack) (Gunpowder and Sky)
Harry Nilsson, Ringo Starr, Mike Lookinland, et al“The Point (Ultimate Edition) [Blu-ray]” (1970 film, narrated by Starr; songs written and sung by Nilsson; new 2K High Definition transfer presented in its original 1.37:1 aspect ratio; 5.1 Surround + 2.0 Stereo; See here; Soundtrack) (MVD Rewind Collection, Feb. 11)
Sonny & Cher“I Got You Babe: The Best of Sonny & Cher [DVD]” (five-disc set of highlights from “The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour,” including never-before-released episodes; Target) (Time Life, Feb. 11)
Various artists“Rock & Roll Hall of Fame In Concert (Collector’s Edition) [Blu-ray]” (six-disc box set)(Time Life, Feb. 11)

More Upcoming DVD / Blu-ray Releases »

Next Week: Feb. 14, 2020

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