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- Posted on Jun 25th 2007 11:00AM by Adam Horne
Bad Brains, 'Build a Nation'
The reunited Rasta-punk legends Bad Brains enlist the help of Beastie Boy Adam Yauch to produce their first album in five years.
Beastie Boys, 'The Mix Up'
The Beastie Boys new wordless, sample-less album features hip-hop instrumental grooves performed on drums, guitar and bass.
The Automatic Automatic, 'Not Accepted Anywhere'
Welsh quartet the Automatic Automatic combine quirky pop with raucous disco punk on their debut full-length album.
Bryan Ferry, 'Dylanesque'
Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry offers unique interpretations of Bob Dylan songs with the help of Brian Eno's sonic enhancement.
Ben Weasel and His Iron String Quartet, 'These Ones Are Bitter'
Punk icon Ben Weasel of the Screeching Weasels releases his first album in four years, with an all-star backing band including Alkaline Trio's Dan Andriano.
Mocean Worker, 'Cinco de Mowo!'
On 'Cinco de Mowo!' Mocean Worker practices modern beat-making while embracing his jazz and funk influences.
Savath & Savalas, 'Golden Pollen'
Guillermo Scott Herren (aka Prefuse 73) took a departure from the synthetic programming of his previous work to create this multi-instrumental album.
Scissor for Lefty, 'Underhanded Romance'
Scissor for Lefty, which comprises members of the Garza and Kimmel families, plays a mixture of Britpop and post-punk on their second full-length.
Pearl Jam, 'Live at the Gorge'
'Live at the Gorge' contains hours of music from three separate concerts held at the Gorge Ampitheatre in George, Washington.
Kelly Willis, 'Translated From Love'
Kelly Willis' influences cross genres and span five decades of rock and pop, but her vocal twang keeps her rooted in classic country.
Various Artists, 'Putumayo Presents: Latin Jazz'
This lively collection of Afro-Cuban jazz showcases powerful percussion and impressive improvisation from masters of the genre.
Grateful Dead, 'Three From the Vault'
'Three From the Vault' contains previously unreleased live material from the Grateful Dead's 1971 Capitol Theatre show in Port Chester, New York.
Matthew Dear, 'Asa Breed'
Innovative electronic artist Matthew Dear showcases minimalist, pop-inspired techno on his sophomore full-length album.