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- Posted on Aug 27th 2007 12:00PM by Mike Spinella
VHS or Beta, 'Bring on the Comets'
The Kentucky-based band switches gears on its third disc to deliver melodic alt-pop anthems packed with heartfelt lyrics.
Ben Harper, 'Lifeline'
The prolific guitarist releases yet another stunning album recorded in and inspired by the city of Paris.
Northern State, 'Can I Keep This Pen?'
Old school hip-hop meets modern electro-rock on the third proper disc from the New York-based female rap trio.
New Young Pony Club, 'Fantastic Playroom'
The London quintet sets itself apart from other dance-rock acts with this highly infectious batch of electro-pop disco tunes.
Sly & the Family Stone, 'Greatest Hits'
This remastered greatest hits compilation was originally released in 1970, but 30 years later it's still a classic.
Aesop Rock, 'None Shall Pass'
The hip-hopper gets some help from labelmates El-P and Rob Sonic on his reflective fifth full-length album.
Jamie T, 'Panic Prevention'
On his debut album, the English singer-songwriter addresses various issues of modern youth culture in the U.K.
Swayzak, 'Some Other Country'
The London-based deep dub-house duo explores the depths of its distinct techno sound on their fifth record.
The New York-based experimental rock band continues to veer from the mainstream with this intriguing fourth record.
Supermayer, 'Save the World'
Producers Michael Mayer and Superpitcher save the dance world by blending multi-instrumental indie pop, funk and techno.