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MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND – SOY SAUCE

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The Mexican Institute of Sound is the project name of DJ and producer Camilo Lara. He calls this music Mextronica, which is Mexican music combined with of-the-moment electronic beats and synth sounds.

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PATTI SMITH – ORIGINAL ALBUM CLASSICS

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Five disc set of remastered original albums. HORSES RADIO ETHIOPIA EASTER WAVE DREAM OF LIFE

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WEIRD AL YANKOVIC – ALPOCALYPSE

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“Weird Al” Yankovic is back and just in time for the Alpocalypse!Actually, Alpocalypse is the title of his eagerly anticipated 13th album. “Weird Al” has reigned for over 25 years as the best-selling musical comedy artist in history, with over 200,000 albums sold in Canada, four Grammy Awards (eleven nominations), 10 MT V/VH1 specials, his own feature film, a Disney Channel special, a CB S television series and countless miles logged on tour. Al’s prior album, Straight Outta Lynwood (released 2006)introduced him to an entirely new generation of fan, debutingin the Top 30 of the Nielsen Canadian SoundScan Top 200. In the five years since, Al has gone from triumph to triumph including publishing his first-ever children’s book (which hit the NY Times bestseller list), extensive coverage on the National Public Radio , A&E Biography special, a career-spanning Essential collection, and an appearance at the prestigious All Tomorrow’s Parties music festival ...

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SIMPLE PLAN – GET YOU HEART ON

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Get Your Heart On! is a gloriously fun, boundlessly melodic slice of poppy modern-rock that finds Simple Plan returning to the revved-up energy of No Pads and Still Not Getting Any after taking a slight detour with a darker, more beat-driven sound on their previous album. Get Your Heart On! is a return to form for the pop-punk quintet and peppered with guest vocals provided by Rivers Cuomo (of Weezer), British songstress Natasha Bedingfield, Marie-Mai, Alex Gaskarth (of All Time Low) and K'Naan. Focus tracks "Jet Lag" (featuring Bedingfield or Marie-Mai) is about being away from your loved ones and "Can't Keep My Hands Off You" (featuring Rivers Cuomo) is a fun ditty about being absolutely infatuated with someone but the album really comes full-circle with "Astronaut," a truly soaring song - something we've never seen from the band before. Fans will be very pleased to hear "You Suck At ...

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VANNA – AND THEY CAME BARING BONES

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VANNA – AND THEY CAME...

AND THEY CAME BARING BONES – a subtle yet dark interpretation can be applied to this phrase and upcoming album title of Massachusetts’s own post-hardcore heavy weights, VANNA . AND THEY CAME BARING BONES is a coming of age album by telling the truth of how life really is—a glimpse into the love/hate relationship with being full-time musicians and dealing with personal and professional setbacks—combined with a sonic call to arms for a revolution in music. “This new album is an outcry of self-expression, an angst driven response - it’s our chance to be honest with our fans,” exclaims vocalist Davey Muise. “Be real, be who you are, there’s no point to being anything else.” Produced by producer/engineer genius Matt Goldman (Underoath, The Chariot, MyChildren MyBride) and recorded at Goldman’s own Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, GA ,the album shows a new yet natural progression for the band – ...

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SYSTEM OF A DOWN – 5 ALBUM BUNDLE

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System Of A Down garnered critical and popular acclaim around the globe when the group’s self-titled debut album sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. The group’s relentless tour schedule and widespread radio support for the songs “Sugar” and “Spiders” helped set up the band’s groundbreaking sophomore release, Toxicity, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. Driven in part by the modern rock hits “Chop Suey!,” “Aerials” and the title track, Toxicity has gone on to achieve triple-platinum status in the U.S. and Canada with worldwide sales totaling more than 6 million units. In 2002, the band released Steal this album! the companion to Toxicity, which included the hits “Innervision” as well as the highly-controversial “Boom!,” the album achieved Platinum status in the U.S. & Canada while racking up worldwide sales figures of more than 2 million records. In May of 2005 the band released both Mezmerize ...

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AUGUST BURN RED – LEVELER

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  Since the release of August Burns Red’s 2009 breakout album, Constellations – which landed the metal juggernauts at #24 on the US Billboard 200 – the Lancaster, PAbased genre giants have found themselves in some rather unexpected places. From the cover of Alternative Press to Fox’s “American Dad,” from the sands of Dubai to the Warped Tour, from Japan to Australia to South America, August Burns Red crisscrossed the globe time and again on the road to the top of the hard rock heap. When it came time to record their fourth full-length album, Leveler, ABR could have played it safe, could have simply cashed in on their previous success by making Constellations II. Instead, after eight years and a quarter of a million albums sold, August Burns Red scrapped the old game plan and followed their sound where it led them. The direction, as it turns out, was both forward ...

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DUKE ELLINGTON – BLUES IN ORBIT

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ORIGINAL COLUMBIA JAZZ CLASSICS Blues is orbit is an undervalued gem in the massive discography of Duke Ellington.Recorded between February 1958 and December 1959 at two consecutive post-midnight sessions that took place after his return from a European tour. Remastered and includes several bonus tracks.

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PETER TOSH – LEGALIZE IT LEGACY EDITION

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The re-release of Legalize It (originally released in 1976) coincides with the 40th anniversary birthday in March 2011 of NORML  National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, based in Washington, DC). Tosh endorsed and supported the organization, and recorded a PSA (public service announcement) for NORML in 1976, promoting the legalization of marijuana. In 2011, Tosh’s PSA is being re-launched at radio in a partnership between Legacy and NORML . Thirty-five years have passed since the release of Legalize It, Tosh’s first album as a solo artist after more than a decade in the Wailers with Bob Marley and Bunny Livingston. During that time, the Marley-Tosh signature began to achieve a worldwide notoriety that would have seriously rivaled the likes of Lennon-McCartney and Jagger-Richards, if the original Wailers had been able to stay together past 1975. Among the gems of the Marley-Tosh repertoire are such rock and reggae staples as “400 ...

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PETER TOSH – EQUAL RIGHTS LEGACY EDITION

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PETER TOSH – EQUAL...

Equal Rights brought together Peter Tosh’s dedications to the revolutionary movements growing in Africa, and the mysticism and wonders of his personal growth as a prophet, poet, preacher and world-class musical trailblazer. The album included a number of songs that became human rights anthems over the next two decades: “Get Up, Stand Up,” “Downpressor Man,” “African,” “Apartheid,” and the title tune. There were also intensely personal songs of his revelations as a Rasta: “I Am That I Am” and “Jah Guide”; and the ultimate rude boy, proto-punk declaration of “Stepping Razor,” by reggae’s original roots-rock and Rasta ragamuffin. Herbie Miller, who wrote the liner notes essay for EQUAL RIGHTS: LEGACY EDITION, is internationally known for his work as the trusted former manager of Peter Tosh and a highly-respected member of the Jamaican community. He is the director/curator of the Jamaica Music Museum, based in the Institute of Jamaica in downtown Kingston. ...

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