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With their sixth studio album, All Time Low delivers their trademark sound, with a few surprises along the way. It also shows their continued musical growth. Includes the single Something's Gotta Give.
After three years, Death Cab for Cutie returns with the follow-up to Codes and Keys. This marks the first time they have released an album since the departure of guitarist Chris Walla. Includes the single Black Sun.
On their fourth studio album, Halestorm reaches deep within and conjures their most engaging and eclectic songs to date. They push their musical boundaries further than they ever have before, proving that there is no limit to their creativity. (Explicit Lyrics)
After two years, Hollywood Undead is back with a brand new album. The album's title track serves as the first single, and it has already been embraced by fans eager for this new release. (Explicit Lyrics)
Brooklyn indie-pop-dance duo Matt and Kim release their fifth album. It is a collection of undeniably catchy beat-driven anthems with hooks that just don't stop. Included are the tracks Get It and Hey Now.
Van Morrison releases the 35th album of his storied career. Here he has re-recorded some of his favorite songs with the help of fellow artists including Michael Buble, Mavis Staples, and his own daughter Shana Morrison.
Sufjan recounts the indignities of our world, of technological distraction and sad sex, of an age with neither myths nor miracle - and this time around, his voice carries the burden of wisdom.
Ontario rockers Three Days Grace release their fifth studio album, which is the first to feature new lead singer Matt Walst. The album also includes the single I Am Machine, which has already become a hit on the rock charts.
One of popular music's most deeply revered figures returns with his eleventh solo studio album. Joining him here are some of his former Beach Boys bandmates as well as Kacey Musgraves, fun.'s Nate Ruess, and more.