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Def Leppard, Billy Joel, Brian Wilson, and Bob Dylan are just some of the artists who pay tribute to one of the greatest musicians and songwriters of the twentieth century, Sir Paul McCartney.
Billy Idol is back with his first new studio album since 2005's Devil's Playground. Produced by Trevor Horn, this release sees Idol continue to leave an indelible mark on the music landscape with tracks like Can't Break Me Down.
Led by frontwoman Maria Brink, the Los Angeles hard rock outfit strikes with a seductive metallic bite on their aptly titled fifth full-length album.
Elvis Costello, Carolina Chocolate Drops' Rhiannon Giddens, Dawes's Taylor Goldsmith, My Morning Jacket's Jim James, and Mumford & Sons' Marcus Mumford join together to create music for the long-lost lyrics of Bob Dylan written in 1967.
From Crown the Empire to We Came As Romans, some of the most exciting artists in alternative rock deliver brand new covers of current pop hits including I Knew You Were Trouble; Problem; and Wrecking Ball.
While still filled with stories and characters that are culled from their everyday lives, the latest album from punk icons Rancid shows a unique insight from a band that has been making music for over twenty years.
Damien Rice is back with first new collection of new material in eight years. Co-produced by Rick Rubin, it addresses the idea of accepting one's faults and appreciating the ability to grow up.
TV On the Radio deliver another creative curveball with the follow up to their 2011 release Nine Types of Light. Produced by guitarist David Andrew Sitek, it features the frenetic first single Happy Idiot.
With his latest record, Neil Young took a different approach to creating music. The result is a deeply personal and emotional listening experience that includes collaborations with a 92-piece orchestra.
On his first new album since 2009's Roadsinger, Yusuf brings together stunning original songs and moving covers to create a theme of freedom and peace. There are also contributions from Richard Thompson, Tinariwen, and Rick Rubin.