Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 11-17-17 – 11-23-17

Written by | November 12, 2017 9:02 | No Comments

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Луна – Остров свободы

31hours – Tell Me What You See

Aly & AJ – Ten Years

Aosoth – V: The Inside Scriptures

Barenaked Ladies – Fake Nudes

Baths – Romaplasm

Boubacar Traoré – Dounia Tabolo

Cavalera Conspiracy – Psychosis

Charlotte Gainsbourg  – Rest

Conan – Man Is Myth – Early Demos

Ed Askew – A Child In the Sun

Eminem – Revival

Fieldy – Bassically

GBH –  Momentum

Ghost Atlas  – All Is In Sync And There’s Nothing Left To Sing About

Godflesh –  Post Self

Green Day – Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band

Iron Maiden – The Book of Souls: Live Chapter

Jaden Smith – Syre

Katharine McPhee –  I Fall In Love Too Easily

Mavis Staples – If All I Was Was Black

Morrissey – Low In High School

Negramaro – Amore che torni

OCS –  Memory Of A Cut Off Head

Paloma Faith – The Architect

Philthy Rich – Sem God

PnB Rock – Catch These Vibes

Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – Soul Of A Woman

Sia – Everyday Is Christmas

Stalley – Tell the Truth: Shame the Devil

Tame Impala – Currents Collectors Edition

 

Tarja – From Spirits And Ghosts (Score For A Dark Christmas)

 

The Body & Full Of Hell – Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light

 

T-Pain – OBLiViON

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill  – The Rest Of Our Life

Tove Lo – Blue Lips

Various Artists – Call Me By Your Name (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Viva Brother – II

Electric Wizard – Wizard Bloody Wizard

Comment: At first glance this is a no brainer for most anticipated album of the week. Depending upon which side of the bed you wake up on either Morrissey or Eminem. At first glance. But the Bey-Em single “Walk On Water” isn’t good (Bey isn’t having much of a revival and Eminem is such a whining wretch) and Morrissey, following up his nothing much World Peace Is None Of Your Business, has released two nothing much, and one pretty good single. It’s a busy week: T-Pain (the single wasn’t great but) Tove Lo, the late great Sharon Jones, Sia (though a Christmas album so caveat emptor), PnB Rock, Mavis Staples (11 songs written by Jeff Tweedy -why me, Lord?), Jaden Smith,  and Charlotte Gainsbourg working with a Daft Punk. I split on the singles but it has to be better than Eminem or Morrissey. So Charlotte wins my most anticipated album of the week.

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