New releases

Published on April 15th, 2019 | by Gerry Galipault


New Releases: July 19, 2019

New Releases (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
The Flaming Lips “King’s Mouth: Music and Songs” (12 new originals that create a conceptual storyline threaded together by the narration from Mick Jones of The Clash; the music provides the soundtrack for Wayne Coyne’s immersive art installation of the same name; producers: The Flaming Lips, Dennis Coyne, Scott Booker, Dave and Mike Fridmann; On Tour; Merch) (Warner)
Generationals “Reader As Detective” (first single: “I Turned My Back on the Written Word”; Hear here; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Polyvinyl)
Sabaton “The Great War” (producers: Sabaton, Peter Tägtgren; first single: “Fields of Verdun”; See here; History Version; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Nuclear Blast)
SPAGA (jazz trio led by The Disco Biscuits keyboardist Aron Magner) “SPAGA” (first single: “Creed”; Hear here; On Tour) (AM Records)
Scott Stapp “The Space Between the Shadows” (the Creed singer’s first solo album in six years; producers: Scott Stevens, Marti Frederiksen, Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft; new single: “Purpose for Pain”; See here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; On Tour) (Napalm)
Sum 41 “Order in Decline” (first single: “Out for Blood”; See here; Vinyl; Download; iTunes; On Tour; Merch) (Hopeless)

Reissues (CDs / Vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label:
Brian Eno “Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks (Extended Edition)” (1983 album, with his brother Roger and Daniel Lanois; remastered by Abbey Road’s Miles Showell, with 11 new instrumental compositions reimagining the soundtrack to the Academy Award-nominated documentary “For All Mankind”; Vinyl) (Capitol / UMe)
Shakespears Sister “Singles Party (1988-2019)” (18-track compilation, including two new songs; See here; Amazon UK; On Tour) (London)
James Taylor “The Warner Bros. Albums: 1970-1976” (six-CD box set; Vinyl; Download; iTunes) (Rhino / Warner)

Next Week: July 26, 2019

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