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The Smiths, 'The Sound of the Smiths'
The seminal heart-on-sleeve rockers release another in a already impressive best-of collection.
Various Artists, 'This Warm December'
This holiday sampler features tracks from Jack Johnson, Rogue Wave and G. Love.
New Order, 'The First Five Albums'
The seminal post-punk/new wave band releases its first five albums ... on one disc.
Au Revoir Simone, 'Reverse Migration'
The Brooklyn band's new record is a collection of covers and remixes their friends made of their first album.
The Brit singer's new album features all covers, including Sam Cooke's 'A Change is Gonna Come.'
Cheap Trick, 'At Budokan'
The 30th Anniversary of Cheap Trick Live at Budokan is celebrated with a re-release that includes a DVD of the concert.
Butch Walker, 'Sycamore Meadows'
This is the solo album from the producer who engineered hits for Avril Lavigne, Pink and Lit.
The Bronx, 'The Bronx'
This hardcore-punk band from L.A.'s new release is sure to feature the same style of street-wise lyricism.
The Phil Collins-fronted rock band recalls their greatest hits from 1970-1975 in this killer collection.
Longwave, 'Secrets Are Sinister'
The long-awaited fourth album by New York's Longwave is produced by Peter Katis of Interpol.
Secret Dakota Ring, 'Cantarell'
This '60's style rock band features Andy Ross, guitarist from OK Go.
Angus and Julia Stone, 'Hollywood'
This is the North American debut from this brother and sister duo.
Charlotte Martin, 'Orphans'
The singer from Illinois releases an album featuring outtakes from her 10-year career.