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Ben Folds, 'Way to Normal'
Power pop pianist and singer Ben Folds gives an honest account of his life, from his daily personal struggles to life on the road.
Black Gold, 'Tragedy & Legacy'
The new collaboration between Eric Ronick (Panic at the Disco) and Than Luu (M. Ward, shushshush), unleashes their addictive tunes.
Tori Amos, 'Live at Montreux 1991-1992'
This collection revisits the piano provocateur's earliest concerts, both pre- and post-'Little Earthquakes.'
The Jesus and Mary Chain, 'Mary Mary'
This box set from the prolific rockers includes their five landmark Blanco y Negro albums.
Dear and the Headlights, 'Drunk Like Bible Times'
With their sophomore album, Dear and the Headlights harness the raw energy of their live show and direct it towards 12 lively rock hits.
Dungen is the brainchild of avant-garde Scandinavian musician Gustav Ejstes, who delves deep into the realm of psychedelic-blues.
Grateful Dead, 'Rocking the Cradle: Egypt 1978'
Another gem found in the Grateful Dead vault full of trippy jams, foot-stomping psychedelic country-rock, and previously unheard concert footage.
Semi Precious Weapons, 'We Love You'
The four Brooklynites that make up Semi Precious Weapons deliver their first full-length album with ten soulful, glam rock tracks.
Joseph Arthur & The Lonely Astronauts, 'Temporary People'
On their second full-length album, multi-instrumentalist Joseph Arthur and his band The Lonely Astronauts play more sophisticated alt-rock.
Mercury Rev, 'Snowflake Midnight'
This innovative avant-garde sextet continues to make playful, neo-psychedelic pop that questions the world at large.
Angus and Julia Stone, 'Just a Boy EP'
This Australian brother and sister duo put out another EP of beautifully constructed indie-pop.
Various Artists, 'Nightmare Revisited'
'The Nightmare Before Christmas' has prompted a second album, with new versions of the same hits by artists such as Korn and Amy Lee.
James Taylor, 'Covers'
The sensitive singer-songwriter lends his gentle acoustic guitar stylings to the compositions of some equally famous music icons.
Nina Simone, 'To Be Free: The Nina Simone Story'
Genre-blurring vocalist Nina Simone, aka The Priestess of Soul, demonstrates her comfort with jazz, pop, soul and gospel on her latest album.
Roy Orbison, 'The Soul of Rock and Roll Box Set'
Roy Orbison's unique brand of country-pop based rock 'n' roll is showcased in this limited edition 4 disc box set full of classic hits.
Todd Rundgren, 'Arena'
Veteran recording artist Tom Rundgren captures everything we love about arena rock with his latest album, appropriately titled 'Arena.'
UB40, 'Greatest Hits'
UB40 bring together a collection of their chart-topping hits that span across four decades.