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October list by Bret Armstrong
Ryan Adam
Ryan Adamsryan adams

Three years after releasing Ashes & Fire, singer-songwriter Ryan Adams returns with a brand new album. In between records he has been working on music for artists including Fall Out Boy and Jenny Lewis. His latest includes the single Gimme Something Good.

Depeche ModeCounting Crows
Somewhere Under Wonderlandcounting crows

Counting Crows, the band behind such hits as Mr. Jones and Round Here, return with their seventh studio album. They offer up another unique musical experience on tracks like Palisades Park, which is also the first single.

Ace frehley
Space Invaderace frehley

Like a shooting star headed toward Earth from another solar system, Ace Frehley operates in his own musical galaxy. Now the legendary guitarist is back with his first new studio album since 2009's Anomaly.

El Pintorinterpol

The fifth album from Interpol promises to be their most exhilarating studio effort to date. It's a driving, relentless record, taut and epic in equal measure. It also signals a return to what the band does best, layering different elements of sound.

Maroon 5
Vmaroon 5

Maroon 5, featuring Adam Levine from The Voice, is ready to make their mark on 2014 with the release of their fifth studio album. Along with the top ten hit single Maps, the CD includes a collaboration with Gwen Stefani titled My Heart Is Open. (Explicit Lyrics)

Motionless in white
motionless in white

Since 2005 the Pennsylvanian quintet has cultivated a hardcore following via their aggressive music and dark imagery, and that buzz is set to reach fever's pitch with the release of their third full-length album. Fronted by malevolent mastermind Chris Motionless, the band is back with their strongest collection of songs yet, including the massive-sounding title track, a call to arms to the masses to join their legion of fans.

New Pornographers
Brill Bruisersthe new pornographers

The New Pornographers are back with their first new release in four years. It features massively melodic, joyous pop that is both fun and deep. The first single, which is also the title track, has already won acclaim on Pitchfork.

Robert Plant
Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roarrobert plant

Rock legend Robert Plant releases his first new album since 2010's Band of Joy. Joined by a new band, the Sensational Space Shifters, the album features eleven new tracks.

World on Fireslash

On his third solo album, Slash once again teams up with his band the Conspirators and Alter Bridge vocalist Myles Kennedy. Among the seventeen songs here is the title track, which is also the first single.

Bulletproof Picasso

Train follows the success of 2012's California 37 with a brand new album. The video for the album's first single, Angel in Blue Jeans, has already racked up over a million views on YouTube.