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February list by Donalee Jacobs
Death Of A Bachelor
Death Of A BachelorPanic! At The disco

Panic! At the Disco returns with their fifth full length studio album. Along with the single Victorious, it includes the tracks Hallelujah and Emperor's New Clothes

A Night At The Odeon
A Night At The Odeonqueen

This Hammersmith concert was the culmination of the twenty-six date UK tour of 1975, and was the last show of a very eventful and exciting year for Queen.

Not To Disappear
Not To DisappearDaughter

After three years, Daughter returns with their second full-length release. The album's first single, Doing the Right Thing, was featured on NPR's All Things Considered. Another track, Numbers, was also showcased on NPR's website

Now That's What I Call Power Ballad Hits
Now That's What I Call Power Ballads Hits Various

The Definitive Collection. All the greatest ballads in one collection from some of the biggest rock bands including Bon Jovi, Night Ranger, Journey, Cinderella, Boston and more

Now That's What I Call Rock
Now That's What I Call Rockvarious

One of the most popular music series turns things up with a collection featuring some of the hottest rock hits. Included are hits from Fall Out Boy, Walk the Moon, Imagine Dragons, X Ambassadors, and more.

Tell Me I'm Pretty
Tell Me I'm Prettycage the elephant

The fourth studio album from Cage the Elephant was produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. Most of the songs were recorded in one take, capturing the band's raw and frenetic onstage energy.

This Is Acting
This Is Actingsia

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Sia is back with the follow-up to her 2014 album 1000 Forms of Fear. Her latest includes the singles Alive and Bird Set Free.

When The Morning Comes
When The Morning Comesgreat big world

A Great Big World releases the follow-up to their Grammy Award-winning debut album. Their sophomore album includes the new single Hold Each Other, which features an appearance by Futuristic.

Right On!
Right On! jennylee

Jenny Lee Lindberg of the group Warpaint releases her first solo album under the name jennylee. It retains her signature Warpaint groove while incorporating elements of new wave and Goth.


Wolfmother returns with their fourth studio album, which is produced by Grammy Award winner Brendan O'Brien. The album's title track also serves as the first single. Also included is the track City Lights.