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Published on September 28th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Sept. 28, 2022



“MK 3.5: Die Cut | City Planning,” Mount Kimbie – Nov. 4

“Tubular Bells – 50th Anniversary Celebration,” The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – Oct. 28

“Foregone,” In Flames – Feb. 10, 2023

“This Is Why,” Paramore – Feb. 10, 2023

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“Anthology,” Garbage – Oct. 28

“Spiceworld 25 (Deluxe Edition),” Spice Girls – Nov. 4

“A Divine Symmetry: The Journey to Hunky Dory,” David Bowie – Nov. 25

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“The Other Side,” Chxrry22 (seven-song EP; XO / Republic)

“It’s Only a Little Loneliness,” David Myles (new single: “If I Lost You”; turtlemusik)

“Sanguine Truth,” The Casual Dots (their first new album in 18 years; producer: Fugazi’s Guy Picciotto; Ixor Stix)

“Baby Goat 2,” Young Devyn (eight-EP; guests: Fivio Foreign, Capella Grey, Kenzo B; 4th & Broadway)

“Human Overboard,” James and the Shame (solo project from Rhett James McLaughlin, one-half of the comedy duo Rhett & Link; See here; Recondite But Cordial)

“Everyone’s Got a Camera,” David Poe (new single: “Analog”; See here; ECR Music Group)

“Right Before Your Eyes,” Alain Zane (L.A. duo’s debut album; new single: “CA State of Mind”; See here; Spinside)

“The Year I Spent in Space,” Tom Freund (producers: Sejo Navajas, Freund; Surf Road)

“21st Century Pop,” Karine Hannah (seven-song EP; Heart Songs Music Group)

“Ornamental Ponds,” Blush Club (four-song EP; new single: “Spices”; Blush Club)

“Me & You,” Joan & The Giants (five-song EP; Tomboi)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

This Is Why, Paramore | See here
FYB, Poppy | See here
Better Thangs, Ciara & Summer Walker | See here
Look Both Ways, Nosaj Thing feat. Pink Siifu | See here
Molly, Softee | See here
Ordinary Life, Emily Breeze
Needle in the Storm, Catholic School
Amber Lights, Reeny Smith | See here
I Can Do This All Day, Brady Lee & Jake Banfield | See here
Porcelain, Ada Marques
Pushing My Way, Molosser CRUDE | See here
Hearts & Arrows / Ask Me No Questions, Shadowbanned feat. Adam Divine | See here
What Is Love, Certain Animals
Right Person Right Time, Rachel Grae | See here
Club Orange, Western Column


Nick St. Nicholas (79)
Helen Shapiro (76)
Paul Burgess (72)
George Lynch (68)
Jennifer Rush (62)
Matt King (56)
Moon Zappa (55)
Karen Fairchild (53)
Joseph Arthur (51)
Mandy Barnett (47)
Young Jeezy (45)
Luke Mossman (41)
St. Vincent (40)
Daniel Platzman (36)
Hilary Duff (35)


José José (1948-2019)

Dolores Wilson (1928-2010)

Miles Davis (1926-1991)

Rory Storm (1938-1972)


“I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution
Take a bow for the new revolution”

 RELEASED ON SEPT. 28 … IN 1976 

“Songs in the Key of Life,” Stevie Wonder (his 18th LP, a double album, debuted at No. 1 – at the time, only the third album to do so on the Billboard chart; his first two singles, “I Wish” and “Sir Duke,” topped the Hot 100; the album spent 13 straight weeks at No. 1 in the U.S., and won the Grammy for Album of the Year; he also won Grammys for Producer of the Year, Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for “I Wish”; producer: Wonder; Tamla)


John Hartman (Doobie Brothers drummer)

Ray Edenton (Nashville session guitarist)

Anton Fier (drummer and founding member of The Feelies and The Golden Palominos)


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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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