Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Layover,” V (of BTS) – Sept. 8

“Traffic Fiction,” Tré Burt – Oct. 6

“Away From the Castle,” Video Age – Oct. 27

Reissues

“We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. We Deluxe Edition.,” Jason Mraz – Sept. 22

“Fearless (Expanded Edition),” Family – Sept. 29

“Southeastern (10 Year Anniversary Edition),” Jason Isbell – Sept. 29

“The Collection II,” Van Halen – Oct. 6

Classic Greatest Hits

Vinyl

“Aja,” Steely Dan – Sept. 29

“I’m Your Baby Tonight,” “The Preacher’s Wife (Original Soundtrack Album” and “My Love Is Your Love,” Whitney Houston – Nov. 17

“The Complete Studio Recordings, 1986-1991,” The Chick Corea Elektric Band – Dec. 1

Just Released

(surprise releases + more)

“At Maida Vale (BBC Session),” Everything But the Girl (four-song EP; BBC Studios)

“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (Original Soundtrack / The Final Season),” various artists (28 songs; Walt Disney)

You can reach me by railway, you can reach me by trailway

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Welcome to the Show, Alice Cooper
The Village Is Dead, Jonathan Wilson
YOLO, Freedom Fry
Superhero, Jeremy Voltz
Mama, Elmiene
Mythologize Me, Eliza McLamb
When It Starts To Rain, SANDS
Drag Me Down, Loveless
High Class Motherf*#kers, The Atom Age
Maybe, Galvo
Bad Blood, gürl
Plastic, Lenne
So What, East Forest
slow step on quality wood, iogi
Maybe / Mayday, Markus Krunegård
Phantom, Wolf & Chain
The Sweetest Aggravation, En Esch
Two-Faced, Stella Prince
Fingerprints, TREMENDOUS

R.I.P.

Robbie Robertson (lead guitarist and songwriter of The Band)

David LaFlamme (leader of It’s a Beautiful Day, singer of “White Bird”)

Sixto Rodriguez (subject of “Searching For Sugar Man” documentary)

DJ Casper (“Cha-Cha Slide” hitmaker)

This Week In … 1989

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Batdance (from ‘Batman’),” Prince

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Don’t Wanna Lose You,” Gloria Estefan (from No. 24 to No. 14)

Top Debut (No. 53) – “Girl I’m Gonna Miss You,” Milli Vanilli

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “One,” Bee Gees (from No. 73 to No. 52)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Open Letter (To a Landlord),” Living Colour

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