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- Posted on Jul 30th 2007 11:00AM by Adam Horne
Glasgow trio 1990s play vintage garage rock on their deliciously titled debut full length.
Bat for Lashes, 'Fur & Gold'
Natasha Khan's ethereal gothic sound is highlighted by her haunting vocals and cinematic backdrops.
Bob Marley & the Wailers, 'Roots, Rock, Remixed'
Fort Knox Five, Afrodisiac Sound System and DJ Spooky contributed to this remix album of songs by the reggae icon.
The Budos Band, 'The Budos Band 2'
Started as an after-school jazz ensemble, the 11-piece Budos Band plays rhythmic '70s funk with a strong Afro-soul influence.
Placebo, 'Extended Play '07'
This EP, which serves as an introduction for new fans of the alt-rock trio, contains five classic tracks and three unreleased live songs.
Michael Fakesch, 'Dos'
A combination of Fakesch's grimy, feedback-heavy beats and guest Taprikk Sweezee's pop vocals make for a unique listening experience.
Various Artists, 'Putumayo Presents: Americana'
Contemporary folk and country singer-songwriters are at the heart of this tribute to traditional American roots music.
Various Artists, 'The Simpsons Movie' Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer's provides an excellent score to America's favorite yellow family's first film.
Josh Rouse, 'Country Mouse, City House'
Recorded in a mere six-day session, the seventh proper full-length album from singer-songwriter Josh Rouse is full of folk-tinged pop.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, 'Is Is'
The songs on this EP by the New York post-punk trio were written on the road and recorded in a single day.