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Twelfth studio album from the legendary '80s rock outfit Night Ranger. Deluxe edition features a bonus track and a bonus DVD.
Bush releases their much-anticipated follow-up to 2014's Man on the Run. Written, recorded, and produced by vocalist Gavin Rossdale, it includes lead single Mad Love and the sweeping Lost in You.
Critically acclaimed, debut release from Melina Duterte as Jay Som was recorded in her home studio and balances folk, funk, pop and rock with astute and mature lyrics.
The Far Field refines and builds on the breakthroughs of the Baltimore-based trio’s 2014 album Singles, bursting with undeniable hooks and disarmingly honest lyrics. They recorded with John Congleton at the legendary Sunset Sound, include string and horn arrangements by Patrick McMinn, and feature live drums by Michael Lowry for the first time.
Bob Dylan dives deeper into the Great American Songbook with a three-disc release that features his interpretations of iconic classics, including As Time Goes By, These Foolish Things, and September of My Years.
Emperor Of Sand finds Mastodon returning to a deeply imaginative and complex conceptual story line that ponders the nature of time. Threading together the myth of a man sentenced to death in a majestically malevolent desert, the band conjures the grains of a musical and lyrical odyssey slipping quickly through a cosmic hourglass. Emperor of Sand is 17 years in the making, but it's also a direct reaction to the last two years.
Hot Thoughts is the bravest, most sonically inventive work of Spoon’s career. The result is the genre smasher Spoon have flirted with in the past but not fully consummated. Co-produced by Spoon and Dave Fridmann and reunited with Matador Records, this release lets Britt Daniel songwriting shine with accessible yet experimental songs becoming pop as high art, delivered with total confidence and focus.
Aimee Mann's first solo studio album in five years features eleven songs that include Goose Snow Cone, You Never Loved Me, Lies of Summer and more.
Father John Misty’s third album, is a complex, sardonic, and touching meditation on the confounding folly of modern humanity. Pure Comedy is a bold, important album in the tradition of American songwriting greats like Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, and Leonard Cohen. It was produced by Father John Misty and Jonathan Wilson, with engineering by Misty’s longtime sound-person Trevor Spencer and orchestral arrangements by renowned composer/double-bassist Gavin Bryars.
The seventh album from the New Pornographers is a bountiful eleven-song slab of guts and glory, balancing the pleasures of unapologetically grand hooks and pop song craft with a nervous ferocity.
Depeche Mode's fourteenth studio release, this follows up the band's blockbuster 2013 studio album Delta Machine. This deluxe album includes a bonus five songs.
The Black Angels return with their first full-length album in four years. The eleven-track collection offers a sharply honed elaboration on their signature sound, menacing fuzz guitar and cutting wordplay, steeped in a murky hallucinatory dream.
Along with a Grammy Award-winning cover of Jolene, which features Dolly Parton, the latest release from Pentatonix includes their take on John Lennon's Imagine. That cover has gone on to become a viral hit.
Steel Panther follows up the release of their 2016 live album, Live from Lexxi's Moms's Garage, with their fourth studio album. The first single, She's Tight, features vocals from Cheap Trick's Robin Zander. (Explicit Content)
Goldfrapp’s seventh album, weaves together the two strands of their music like never before. If 2013’s Tales of Us, a set of noirish folk fables, roamed the same pastoral landscape as Felt Mountain and Seventh Tree, then Silver Eye (a reference to the moon) belongs to the pulsing, electronic lineage of Black Cherry and Supernature only deeper and darker.
Vancouver indie-rock trio Said the Whale returns with the follow-up to their 2013 album Hawaiii. Their latest includes the single Step Into the Darkness.
Finn's most melodic album to date is named after a line in the song God in Chicago. It seems like a bit of dark humor in these turbulent political times, but it also rings true: no matter our differences we all have some very basic wants and needs that line up with each other. The characters are normal people trying to help themselves, trying to move forward, or just trying to survive.