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INCUBUS – IF NOT NOW, WHEN?

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Incubus’ extraordinary career has spanned over a decade. It includes six studio albums which have spawned a total of thirteen top 10 rock hits and four #1 chart topping singles. The band has sold over 10 million albums in the US alone. Their last studio album, 2006’s Light Grenades debuted in the Top 20 on the Canadian Nielsen Top 200 Albums chart. Incubus has played hundreds of sold out shows on five continents. The new album If Not Now, When? has already spawned a Top 20 Rock hit with lead single “Adolescents”, followed by format crossing single “Promises, Promises”. The album will be released worldwide on July 12th with a National Amphitheater tour to follow shortly. Hailing from Calabassas, California, Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger and Jose Pasillas formed Incubus in 1991 while they were in high school with Chris Kilmore joining in 1998 and Ben Kenney joining in 2003. The band’s ...

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GEORGE THOROGOOD – 2120 MICHIGAN AVE. -CD/LP

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2120 South Michigan Avenue, home of Chicago’s Chess Records, may be the most important address in the bloodline of the blues and rock ‘n’ roll. That address – immortalized in the Rolling Stones’ like-named instrumental, recorded at an epochal session at Chess in June 1964 and included on the band’s album 12 X 5 – serves as the title to George Thorogood’s electrifying Capitol/EMI salute to the Chess label and its immortal artists. Thorogood has been essaying the Chess repertoire since his 1977 debut album, which included songs by Elmore James and Bo Diddley that originated on the label. He has cut 18 Chess covers over the years; three appeared on his last studio release, 2009’s The Dirty Dozen. On 2120 South Michigan Avenue, he offers a full-length homage to the label that bred his style with interpretations of 10 Chess classics. The album also includes original tributes to the Windy City ...

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MEGADETH – PEACE SELLS….BUT WHO’S BUYING? ...

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Commemorative Release Includes New Liner Notes by Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine and Metallica’s Lars Ulrich Megadeth On Tour In Europe and North America Through Summer Megadeth’s vital, Platinum-certified album, Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?, has been digitally remastered for the first time and expanded for a commemorative 25th Anniversary release. All of the versions, including a 2CD lift-top box and a deluxe 5Disc+3LP box set, include a previously unreleased 1987 concert from the band’s first world tour and new liner notes written by Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine and Metallica’s Lars Ulrich. The deluxe box set also includes previously unreleased and rare mixes of the album’s tracks and hi res audio for the remastered album and concert, as well as an expanded 20-page book, plus 8”x10” photos and reproductions of vintage Megadeth  Memorabilia. The cover of the box uses a new, unique process of lenticular 3D which reinterprets the original cover, creating the illusion of Megadeth’s ...

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SUICIDE SILENCE – THE BLACK CROWN – CD

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With the summer 2009 release of the monstrous No Time To Bleed, SUICIDE SILENCE took things to the next level in every aspect, from production and song-writing, through to packaging and presentation as a whole. As we prepare to unleash the destructive force that is The Black Crown, the months ahead will see a whole new segment of the music buying public being exposed to one of the most violent bands on the planet. You will not be able to escape the blinding force of the SUICIDE SILENCE juggernaut this summer. The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival faithful will have no idea what hit them. Shit is about to get crazy. Tracklisting: 1. Slaves to Substance 2. O.C.D. 3. Human Violence 4. You Only Live Once 5. Fuck Everything 6. March to the Black Crown 7. Witness the Addiction 8. Cross-eyed Catastrophe 9. Smashed 10. The Only Thing That Sets Us Apart 11. Cancerous Skies Deluxe Edition information: • Revival of Life (Exclusive Bonus ...

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YO-YO MA – MADE IN AMERICA

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This album was originally issued in 1993 and was remastered recently for the box set 30 Years Outside the Box. The remastered version is now available individually for the first time.

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MADELEINE PEYROUX – STANDIN’ ON THE ROOFTOP

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Madeleine Peyroux is in the midst of her journey. Renowned for her interpretive song skills, the vocalist followed her creative muse on 2009’s “Bare Bones” by challenging herself to write a full album of her own compositions. Now with “Standin’ On the Rooftop” (Emarcy/Decca), she delves deeper into her reinvention, not only writing the bulk of the songs, but pushing past any preconceived notions about her music and daring herself to expand her sonic template. “I wanted to explore some new sounds,” says Peyroux, best known for her stunning, gold‐certified 2004 album, “Careless  Love.” “That would be the most exciting thing that I could think of as a musician. I’ve been recording my voice and my guitar together long enough to know this was not the limit.” Peyroux, who was named Best International Jazz Artist at the 2007 BBC Jazz Awards, has lost none of her compelling ability to reinvent a lyric ...

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EDDIE VEDDER – UKULELE SONGS

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A collection of 16 original songs and covers performed by Eddie Vedder on ukulele. Eddie Vedder is an American musician and singer/songwriter who currently serves as the lead vocalist and one of three guitarists for the alternative rock band Pearl Jam who rose to fame amid the Seattle grunge movement of the early 1990’s. Noted for his baritone vocal style, and considered a cultural icon of alternative rock, Vedder has also been involved with soundtracks and contributions to albums by other artists – notably his first solo album which was a soundtrack for the film “Into The Wild”.

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BAD MEETS EVIL – HELL: THE SEQUEL

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Bad Meets Evil is a duo consisting of Eminem and Royce Da 5’9. Both from Detroit, Eminem and Royce frequently recorded together in the late 90’s and early 2000’s including the track “Bad Meets Evil” on Eminem’s major debut “The Slim Shady LP.” Personal issues caused a rift in their relationship for most of the past decade, but the duo are now once again on friendly terms and are ready to do what they do best. Eminem and Royce Da 5’9 are both hot off the success of their most recent albums (Recovery, Street Hop & The Slaughterhouse EP) and are geared up to set both the Hip-Hop world and mainstream on fire.

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THIEVERY CORPORATION – CULTURE OF FEAR

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Renowned DJ duo Thievery Corporation have announced details of their sixth studio album, Culture of Fear, will be released June 28th on ESL Music. Following up their incendiary and bombastic call to arms Radio Retaliation from 2008, this time around Eric Hilton and Rob Garza craft a simmering and hazy collection of atmospheric gems that recalls their early production work but reflects a thoroughly contemporary zeitgeist of socio-political angst and unease.  Utilizing a team of skilled session players from their acclaimed live show and beyond, Culture of Fear finds the duo easing into expansive multipart space-jams like “Tower Seven” and jazzy instrumental b-boy breaks like “Light Flares.” Not only are the usual suspects multilingual chanteuse Lou Lou and dancehall toaster Sleepy Wonder back to lend their haunting vocals, but several new contributors also join the Corporation. Renowned hiphop MC Mr. Lif blazes the microphone on the title track “Culture of Fear” with a ...

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BEYONCE – 4

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BEYONCE – 4

Columbia Records released 4, the fourth solo studio album from Beyoncé on Tuesday, June, 28, 2011. The album was recorded over a year between the spring of 2010 and the spring of 2011, while Beyoncé took time away from the spotlight. She engaged in what she describes as simple things, including listening to every kind of music she truly enjoys. Her mixed musical gumbo will be displayed on the upcoming album. The title signifies not only the artist’s fourth solo offering and the day of her birth, but it is also a personal gift to her fans. For over one year now, her fans around the world took to their social media pages urging her to name the album for her special number. The intensely anticipated video for the album’s lead single, “Run The World (Girls),” premiered on American Idol May 18th. The online debut of the full-length video immediately followed.  Filmed ...

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