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October list by Donalee Jacobs
Keep Me Singing
Keep Me Singingvan morrison

The 36th studio album from the legendary Van Morrison. The album contains thirteen tracks, with twelve original songs and a cover of the blues standard Share Your Love with Me.

Chapter And Verse
Chapter And Versebruce springsteen

The companion album to Bruce Springsteen's forthcoming autobiography features eighteen tracks including five previously unreleased tracks from before he was signed to Columbia Records. 

Remember Us To Life
Remember Us To Liferegina spektor

The Soviet-born American singer-songwriter and pianist Regina Spektor is back with her first album since 2012s What We Saw From The Cheap Seats.

Revolution Radio
Revolution RadioGreen day

After four years, Green Day returns with a brand new album, their first release since being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their latest includes the new single Bang Bang.  


Phantogram returns with their third full-length album, which includes the new single You Don't Get Me High Anymore. Since releasing their 2014 album Voices, the band has been appearing at festivals all over the world.

The Prelude Implicit
The Prelude Implicitkansas

With a legendary career spanning more than four decades, Kansas has firmly established itself as one of rock's most iconic bands. Here they return with their first new studio album in sixteen years.

22, A Million
22, A Millionbon iver

Bon Iver releases their first new album in five years. On this release Justin Vernon embraces the use of electronics by using a sampler-base synthesizer for this new project.

Wallskings of leon

Kings of Leon release the follow-up to their Mechanical Bull album. Includes the songs Waste A Moment, Find Me, Over and more.

Ape In Pink Marble
Ape In Pink Marbledevendra banhart

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart release his ninth studio album, which includes the single Middle Names. It was recorded in Los Angeles with longtime collaborators Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick.

Climate Change
Climate Change

Pitbull releases his tenth full-length album, which features an array of musical guests, including Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce, Jason Derulo, Stephen Marley, and more. (Explicit Content)

We're All Gonna Die
We're All Gonna Die

Dawes returns with this all new set focused on life, its difficulties and finding hope in the everyday. Guests include Mandy Moore, Brittany Howard and Jim James.

Led Zeppelin: The Complete BBC Sessions
Led Zeppelin: The Complete BBC Sessions
led zeppelin

Led Zeppelin release an update to their 1997 live collection that has been newly remastered by Jimmy Page and expanded to include eight unreleased BBC recordings, including three tracks that were thought to be lost.

Tightrope Walker
Tightrope Walker
rachael yamagata

Rachael Yamagata's latest takes a mystical musical vision and evolves it into an edge-laden sound with a universal theme of perseverance, compassion, and owning personal power.

Tidal Wave
Tidal Wave
Taking Back sunday

Two years after releasing Happiness Is, which hit the top ten, Taking Back Sunday returns with a brand new album. The title track also serves as the first single.

Head Carrier
Head Carrier

Alternative rock icons the Pixes are back with a brand new album, which comes two years after the release of Indie Cindy. Their latest also sees Paz Lenchantin on bass. Includes the hit single Um Chagga Lagga.


After nearly twenty years as a band, Yellowcard is getting ready to call it a day. However, along with one final tour, the band is releasing one last album.

Home Of The Strange
Home Of The Strange
young the giant

Alt Rockers Young the Giant present a wildly adventurous third album that includes the tracks Titus Was Born, Something to Believe In and Amerika.

Live In San Diego
Live In San Diego
eric clapton

On March 15, 2007, Eric Clapton's world tour stopped in San Diego and along with his all star band of Derek Trucks and others there was a guest appearance by JJ Cale, who sat in for five songs, including three from their Grammy-Award winning album, The Road To Escondido.