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- Posted on Jun 9th 2008 2:00PM by Christina Lang
This soulful English singer is a fresh, welcome addition to pop music's current roster of big-voiced songbirds.
My Morning Jacket, 'Evil Urges'
This indie jam band took a creative detour when producing their third full-length album.
Jakob Dylan, 'Seeing Things'
The first solo album from the Wallflowers frontman features tracks reminiscent of his father, Bob Dylan.
The Beach Boys, 'U.S. Singles Collection'
This 16-disc set includes all the greatest hits by this classic American band.
Super Grass, 'Diamond Hoo Ha'
On their sixth studio album, the Britpop quartet play energetic rock riffs with the help of producer Nick Launay (Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
Martha Wainwright, 'I Know You're Married but I Have Feelings Too'
The singer-songwriter's second album mixes new tracks with covers of songs by Pink Floyd and the Eurythmics.
Jethro Tull, 'This Was-Collector's Edition'
This two-disc features unheard and rare versions of this legendary band's classics.
Tiesto, 'In Search of Sunrise'
Recorded in Thailand, the daring DJ's seventh album combines rave-inspiring beats with a subtle Asian style.
Solomon Burke, 'Like a Fire'
All the songs on this R&B legend's newest album were written by artists including Ben Harper and Eric Clapton.
James Hunter, 'The Hard Way'
White Stripes producer Liam Watson took the soulful British singer to the famed analogue Toe Rag Studios in London to record his latest LP.
The Awkward Stage, 'Slimming Mirrors, Flattering Lights'
Frontman Shane Nelken has made a career support musicians like A.C. Newman and Sparrow, and is now releasing a second album with his Canadian indie pop quartet.
The Medic Droid, 'What's Your Medium'
The Phoenix trio combines pop punk melodies with synth textures and heavy electronic dance beats.
Natalia Clavier , 'Nectar'
The Native Argentinean mixes the folk sounds of her home country with trip hop and North American soul on her debut full-length.
Peter von Poehl , 'Going to Where the Teas Trees Are'
The Swedish musician and director who has opened for acts like Phoenix and Air is making his way stateside with the release of this indie-pop album.
The Cool Kids, 'The Bake Sale'
Chocolate Industries signees Mikey Rocks and Chuck Inglish showcase a playful brand of old school Chicago hip-hop on their first official LP.
DJ Ricardo, 'Out Anthems: 3'
Ultra Record's DJ Ricardo supplies fifteen new tracks for his third installation of Out Anthems.
Sergio Mendes, 'Encanto'
Following up his critically acclaimed 'Timeless', the Brazilian bossa nova legend has created an international album with guests from Italy, Japan, and Belgium.