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Rogue Wave, 'Asleep at Heaven's Gate'
Major technical issues forced the band to rerecord most of this disc, but they managed to release some of the best tracks.
Hard-Fi, 'Once Upon a Time In the West'
In a Nutshell: Coming out of the Kitchensink label phenomena, Hard Fi's sophomore CD promises to be as acclaimed as the first.
Eddie Vedder, 'Into the Wild'
Vedder crafted his first solo project for a moving film by Sean Penn.
The Crystal Method, 'Vegas' [Deluxe Edition]
The 10th anniversary edition of the electronic duo's debut includes the original album as well as remixes by some of today's most popular DJs.
Kevin Drew, 'Spirit If ...'
The Broken Social Scene co-founder releases the first in a series of 'Broken Social Scene Presents' albums, which will focus on a particular member's solo efforts.
Elvis Costello, 'My Aim Is True' [Deluxe Edition]
The deluxe edition of Costello's debut contains 26 previously unreleased tracks, including session outtakes, demos and live material.
Bella, 'No One Will Know'
Dreamy boy-girl harmonies, catchy synth hooks and danceable rhythms comprise the Canadian indie band's charming debut.
KT Tunstall, 'Drastic Fantastic'
The talented Scot follows up her Grammy-nominated disc with another barn-burner.
Federico Aubele, 'Panamericana'
The Argentine singer-songwriter releases his sophomore disc, blending genres ranging from hip-hop to tango and everything in between.
Jeremy Fisher, 'Goodbye Blue Monday'
The folk singer-songwriter teams up with fellow Canadian Hawksley Workman on his blues-inspired sophomore record.
Ministry, 'The Last Sucker'
The industrial metal band spits plenty of venom at the Bush administration on its eleventh and final studio album.
Nightmare of You, 'Bang'
Following the success of its self-titled debut, the New York-based band releases an explosive set of pounding beats and driving guitars.
State Radio, 'Year of the Crow'
Former Dispatch member Chad Urmston and Co. release their second album full of roots reggae and rock.
The Wombats, 'The Wombats'
The three-piece from Liverpool delivers a short collection of indie pop-punk at its finest.
Jesca Hoop, 'Kismet'
Los Angeles' Jesca Hoop puts a unique spin on indie, folk and gospel on her stunning debut album.
Bee Gees, 'Greatest' [Deluxe Edition]
This newly remastered collection was first released in 1979 as a double LP that hit #1 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart.
Drug Rug, 'Drug Rug'
The Boston duo delivers a batch of sweet, psychedelic pop songs with magnetic boy-girl harmonies.
Tiefschwarz, 'Strictly Tiefschwarz'
This eclectic mix by the German duo celebrates the diversity of house music by fusing the genre with a wide array of musical styles.
Ben Lee, 'Ripe'
The young Aussie singer-songwriter manages to deliver yet another infectious batch of catchy pop melodies on his sixth album.
Thurston, 'Trees Outside the Academy'
Sonic Youth member Thurston Moore releases his first solo album since 1995, which features Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis on lead guitar.
The A-Sides, 'Silver Storms'
The Philadelphia indie band says its second album was written all over the place, including "movie theaters, farms, libraries, parks, and beaches.
Les Savy Fav, 'Let's Stay Friends'
The New York-based indie rock band's fourth full-length features raucous vocals over abrasive guitar and bass melodies.