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Belle and Sebastian, 'The BBC Sessions'
This collection features the beloved indie band's early British radio sessions.
Tom Jones, '24 Hours'
The legendary singer is back with a new album produced by British duo Future Cut, who also engineered tracks for Lily Allen, Kate Nash and others.
Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan, 'Sunday at Devil Dirt'
The second release from Lanegan (the Screaming Trees) and Campbell (Belle & Sebastian), was written and produced by Campbell.
Various Artists, 'Juno'
The soundtrack from the movie, as well as the follow-up collection, 'Almost Adopted Songs,' are offered together in this special-edition release.
The Doors, 'Live at the Matrix'
Recorded live at San Francisco's the Matrix in 1967, this set features the iconic California band going full-on into experimentation mode.
Stereophonics, 'Decade in the Sun'
The first best-of album from Britain's Stereophonics features 40 tracks.
The Modern Society, 'The Beat Goes On'
This Georgia foursome's new album was produced by Stacy Jones, the music director for 'Hannah Montana.'
Sammy Hagar, 'Cosmic Universal Fashion'
The 11th studio release from Hagar features a collaboration between the Van Halen singer and a young Iraqi band in Baghdad, as well as a cover of Beastie Boys' '(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party).'