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- Posted on Jun 4th 2007 4:00PM by Mike Spinella
Paul McCartney, 'Memory Almost Full'
Half newly recorded and half recorded in 2003 at Abbey Road, Sir Paul McCartney's new album is a retrospective look at the former Beatle's life. Read McCartney's track-by-track commentary.
The Long Blondes, 'Someone to Drive You Home'
Disco and glam punk are obvious influences on the debut album from this five-piece band from Sheffield, England.
Tom Petty, 'Highway Companion (Special Edition)'
This special edition of Tomy Petty's third solo album features original demos and unreleased songs by the rock 'n' roll vet.
The Cinematic Orchestra, 'Ma Fleur'
The ambient 'Ma Fleur' was composed as the soundtrack to a screenplay for an imagined film that does not exist.
The Police, 'The Police'
Just in time for the long-awaited reunion tour, this compilation contains hits and fan favorites spanning the band's career.
Von Sudenfed, 'Tromatic Reflexxions'
Mark E. Smith (The Fall) teamed with German electronic duo Mouse on Mars to create this album of disco-inspired house music.
Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash
This tribute album was produced by John Carter Cash for his mother, and features contributions from rock and country music superstars.
Matthew Dear, 'Asa Breed'
Innovative electronic artist Matthew Dear showcases minimalist, pop-inspired techno on his sophomore full-length album.
The Little Ones, 'Lovers Who Uncover'
This EP from the Los Angeles-based indie pop quintet features remixes by CSS and Stereolab.