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Bright Eyes, 'Four Winds'
'Four Winds' includes five exclusive B-sides from Bright Eyes' 2006 recording sessions.
Air, 'Pocket Symphony'
The French duo returns with 12 songs that expand their horizons with exotic instruments like the Koto and Shamisen.
The Stooges, 'The Weirdness'
Legendary for their garage rock albums of the '60s and '70s, Iggy Pop and the Stooges show no signs of letting up on this explosive new album.
Maria Taylor, 'Lynn Teeter Flower'
'Lynn Teeter Flower' shows a mature solo artist welcoming the contributions of musicians including Spoon drummer Jim Eno and her own siblings.
This danceable and genre-defying album is Antibalas' first record with an outside producer -- John McEntire of Tortoise.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, 'The Calling'
One of Carpenter's most topical albums, 'The Calling' covers subjects from Hurricane Katrina to religious fundamentalism.
The Cinematics, 'Strange Educations'
Scottish foursome the Cinematics debut with big '80s -- influenced punk grooves that make it impossible not to get up and dance.
!!!, 'Myth Takes'
On the heels of their modern classic 'Louden Up Now,' !!! follow up with the experimental, but joyously catchy, 'Myth Takes.'
Son Volt, 'The Search'
Alt-country heroes Son Volt explore uncharted territory by supplementing their familiar guitar-driven sound with piano, organ, and horns.