Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 12-8-17 – 12-14-17

Written by | December 4, 2017 7:39 am | No Comments


50 Cent – Street King Immortal

Alesso – However

Bahla – Imprints

Belle & Sebastian – How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 1)

Best Life Music – Addicted

Captain Murphy – V

Charles Hayward & Thurston Moore – Improvisations

Diablo Swing Orchestra – Pacifisticuffs

Dillon Francis – Less Nights, More Days

En Vogue – Electric Café

G Perico – 2 Tha Left

Heathered Pearls – Detroit, MI 1997 – 2001

Inna – Nirvana

Jim James – Tribute To 2

K. Michelle – KIMBERLY: The People I Used to Know

KXNG Crooked – Good vs. Evil II: The Red Empire

Luke Bryan – What Makes You Country


Statik Selektah – 8

Telyscopes – The Hobbyist

T.I. – The Dime Trap

Tom Rogerson With Brian Eno – Finding Shore

Walker Hayes – boom.

The least anticipated album of the weak is easy, Jim James is the pits, what a weiner and the one song I heard was terrible. On the the main event: T.I. never recovered from his stint in jail but is good for a coupla songs here and there, Luke Bryan has a reak dog with fleas on his hands, En Vogue are a little past it, so is 50 Cent. I haven’t loved Belle & Sebastian since 1996, they were godawful live a coupla years ago at Radio City Music Hall (though great some fifteen years earlier at the Supper Club. That leaves K. Michelle as the most anticipated in an admittedly weak week. Her new single, “kim K,” is excellent.


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