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- Posted on Jul 21st 2008 4:00PM by Adam Horne
The Brazilian band's sophomore release is another collection of post-punk disco with electronic flourishes.
Black Kids, 'Partie Traumatic'
The indie blog favorites live up to the hype on their infectious debut full-length.
Forward, Russia!, 'Life Processes'
The English dance-rock outfit attempt a more expansive sound on their epic sophomore effort.
Benji Hughes, 'A Love Extreme'
The Greg Allman look alike plays heartfelt indie pop on his double disc debut.
Black Sabbath, 'The Rules of Hell'
This box set contains all three of the Dio-era studio releases from the metal legends as well as a re-mastered live collection.
Danny Tenaglia, 'Futurism'
After a 6-year hiatus, the dancefloor veteran returns with this double disc compilation, which includes two versions of his own new single.
Peter Salett, 'In the Ocean of the Stars'
The composer for 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' has produced a vintage-tinged album by combining country, folk and a little comedy.
Dr. Dog, 'Fate'
The nostalgic Philadelphia-based quintet play blues and country inflected rock with rich harmonies and '60s era hooks.
This re-issue compiles all of the recorded work from the Hoboken, NJ post-punk band, includes rare B-sides and alternate takes.
Above & Beyond presents Oceanlab, 'Sirens of the Sea'
Above & Beyond singer-songwriter Justine Suissa spent weeks in Ibiza creating serene club anthems for her dancefloor debut.
The Curse of Company, 'Leo Magnets Joins a Gang'
David Wiley Rennick, the designer, actor, and Dappled Cities producer plays psychedelic folk rock on his debut album.
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 Stardus' tour.
Beehive, 'Pretty Little Thieves'
Many will recognize the electronic pop sound of this Seattle-based duo from its many occurrences in MTV and VH1 shows.
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.
John Mellencamp, 'Life, Death, Love and Freedom'
The veteran singer-songwriter describes his latest effort as a "collection of modern electric folk songs."