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Albert Hammond Jr., 'Como Te Llama'
The Strokes sideman steps into the spotlight, playing guitar driven garage-pop on his second solo disc.
David Bowie, 'Live Santa Monica '72'
This live album features the Thin White Duke performing in 1972 at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium during the 'Ziggy Stardust' tour.
Joe Strummer, 'The Future Is Unwritten'
The late Clash frontman is honored on this soundtrack to Julian Temple's 2007 biopic.
The Melvins, 'Nude With Boots'
The legendary alternative rock band known for its constantly cycling members maintains the same lineup as 2006's acclaimed '(A) Senile Animal.'
Steve Lawler, 'Viva Toronto'
The famed DJ follows up the acclaimed 'London' with a tribute to the city that hosts his annual Guvurnment club event.
The New York City-based electronic duo experiment with synthesized beats and live instruments on their third studio album.
The Maine, 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop'
The Phoenix band whose MySpace buzz helped fill their first show with 600 people release their debut full-length.
Abe Vigoda, 'Skeleton'
The California band plays art-punk with a tropical flavor on their third full-length.
Little Jackie, 'The Stoop'
Singer-songwriter Imani Coppola and programmer Adam Pallin combine old school hip-hop and R&B with witty lyrics on this innovative full-length.
Gaelic Storm, 'What's the Rumpus?'
A decade after an appearance in 'Titanic' brought them worldwide recognition, the Celtic band release their seventh studio album.
Vancougar, 'Canadian Tuxedo'
The all-girl indie rock band plays infectious retro pop on their Mint Records debut.
Killer Mike, 'I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind, Vol. 2'
The Grammy-winning rapper's third solo album features contributions from Ice Cube, Chamillionaire and Shawty Lo.
Ron Sexsmith, 'Exit Strategy of the Soul'
The poetic songwriter tackles big issues on his latest album, with some soulful contributions from a Cuban horn section.
Greg Laswell, 'Three Flights From Alto Nido'
Influenced by Bob Dylan and David Bowie, this Icelandic rocker releases his third album.
The Baseball Project, 'Volume 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails'
Members of R.E.M., the Minus 5 and Miracle 3 created this hilarious and passionate sonic tribute to America's pastime.
Various Artists, 'Life Beyond Mars: Bowie Covered'
Today's hottest dance music artists were tapped to pay tribute to the music icon on this album of electro-themed cover songs.
Bad Religion, 'New Maps of Hell'
The legendary rockers' fourteenth full-length studio album is another solid collection of muscular punk.