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Bruce Springsteen, 'Magic'
Springsteen's new studio recording -- his first in five years with the E Street Band -- was produced and mixed by famed rock producer Brendan O'Brien.
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, '100 Days, 100 Nights'
The Brooklyn band continues to capture the essence of classic soul and funk while adding its own contemporary spin.
PJ Harvey, 'White Chalk'
On her eighth studio album, Harvey incorporates her newly learned piano skills and sings in a higher register to create a hypnotic sound.
Mick Jagger, 'The Very Best of Mick Jagger'
This single-disc anthology of the Stones frontman's work as a solo artist spans over thirty years of highlights.
Kevin Michael, 'Kevin Michael'
The R&B prodigy's debut is packed with superstar guest appearances from Wyclef Jean, Lupe Fiasco, Saigon and Q-Tip.
John Fogerty, 'Revival'
The lyrics on Fogerty's latest album recall a continuous conversation with America, highlighted by his sharp and inspired vocals.
Athlete, 'Beyond the Neighborhood'
The Britpoppers' third album was produced and recorded by the band themselves at their studio in South East London.
The New Amsterdams, 'At the Foot of My Rival'
The Kansas-based rock band's sixth studio album is the first to be released on their own lable after a long relationship with Vagrant Records.
The Most Serene Public, 'Population'
Vocals are secondary to the kaleidoscopic instrumentation on the Canadian indie rock band's self-produced sophomore album.
Richard Hawley, 'Lady's Bridge'
The critically acclaimed British singer-songwriter's fifth studio album is a melancholy ode to his native Sheffield, England.
Mobius Band, 'Heaven'
The electronic rock trio used short-circuited toy keyboards to create new and interesting sounds on the group's second album.
John Ralston, 'Sorry Vampire'
For his sophomore disc, the Florida singer-songwriter teamed up with Grammy-winning mixer Charles Dye (Ricky Martin, Aerosmith).
Tim Williams, 'When Work is Done'
Influences from artists like Elliott Smith and Ryan Adams are apparent on the New York City troubadour's lush sophomore album.
The Cult, 'Born Into This'
After a six-year hiatus, The Cult returns to their rock roots for their eighth studio album.