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Albums in Stores – Oct. 7th, 2016

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. Jake W

    oh my god, I'm back on my bullshit Prestigious



    Joyce Manor
    Balance and Composure

    Another stacked release day.
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  3. disambigujason

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  4. chuwaay


    DGD, Devil Wears Prada, Joyce Manor, Green Day, Sum 41, Everyone Dies in Utah

    Crazy release day.
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  5. goation Oct 7, 2016
    (Last edited: Oct 7, 2016)


    TDWP all day.

    Also, recently got into DGD so I will check that out.

    Two of rise's finest releasing albums today. Cool stuff

    Also, Alter Bridge's new album. Not my favorite band in the world, but they make great straight forward rock.
  6. elemenohpe Oct 7, 2016
    (Last edited: Oct 7, 2016)

    Irregular Prestigious

    Stuff not listed above:

    Mouth of the Architect
    Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
    Slaves On Dope
    Take Over and Destroy
    To The Wind
    Wovenwar (not on Spotify for some reason... the Candiria album is also on Metal Blade yet it is on Spotify)
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  7. whitenblue88

    The rivalry is back on

    Phantogram is the only thing that stands out.

    Hiss Golden Messenger
    Green Day

    And whatever else is posted in here that sounds interesting. First light release day in awhile
  8. ianzandi


    Green days sum 41, NOFX, surprise Matthew Mayfield album, Phantogram, Norah jones, Joyce Manor, Weezer, Phish

    Dosent look like the Norah Jones album is on Spotify yet, just Apple Music. The last album she has up is the Foreverly thing she did with Billie Joe who fittingly also dropped an album today.

    Can't get into that Bruno Mars song

    Joyce is definitely my fav so far. Already played the whole thing a few times. Just wish it was a bit longer but that's punk for ya
  9. Cody Butler


    Something not listed is Lewis Del Mar's self titled debut record. I can't recommend it enough, it's fantastic.

    Balance & Compsure
    Joyce Manor

    Another huge release day.
  10. bmir14

    Trusted Supporter

    B&C FTW
  11. Craig Manning Oct 7, 2016
    (Last edited: Oct 7, 2016)
    Craig Manning

    @FurtherFromSky Moderator

    Today is a gold rush. Green Day, Young in the City, Third Eye Blind, Hiss Golden Messenger, Brent Cobb, and apparently Matthew Mayfield. Might check out Norah Jones, Balance, and Joyce Manor too.
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  12. SEANoftheDEAD


    Bruno's new song is a jam musically, but the lyrics are corny as all hell lol.
  13. xenoabe


    Green Day (the most excited I've been for them in a long time)
    Lewis Del Mar
    Sum 41
    Third Eye Blind
    Balance & Composure
  14. jakeryandesigns


    Not on the list, and though I have never really been a fan before, but the new Fit For A King album is pretty good.
    New Balance & Composure was a bummer.
    New Dance Gavin Dance rules.
    My friends in the band Comrades just put out a killer album on Facedown Records

    I'm anxiously awaiting next week for From Indian Lakes
  15. artbynickferran

    Jamming the new Third Eye Blind all morning, really excited about this one.
  16. Anthony_ Oct 7, 2016
    (Last edited: Oct 7, 2016)

    A (Cancelled) Dork Prestigious

    Mothership is a staggeringly good album. Dance Gavin Dance literally just released an incredible record barely a year ago, too. Not that I'm complaining, obviously. Plus, Will Swan's auto-tune crooning on "Chocolate Jackalope" was everything I've ever wanted without knowing I wanted it. It's going to be in my final top ten of the year for sure.

    I'm also planning on checking out the Green Day album based on the numerous positive things I've heard about it. I have not enjoyed any of the new Sum 41 stuff, so while I'm definitely glad to see them back I don't have any desire to listen to the album. I do need to check out more of Joyce Manor, though, that's for sure.
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  17. jorbjorb

    7 rings

    Sum 41

    excited to check each one out today
  18. whitenblue88 Oct 7, 2016
    (Last edited: Oct 7, 2016)

    The rivalry is back on

    Oh, Jamestown Revival has a new one out today that I'll give a listen

    Edit: Kaiser Chiefs too
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  19. MattNCheeze


    Balance, Green Day, Joyce Manor, Sum 41.

    If I can get through all 4 of these this weekend I'll check DGD and TDWP
  20. Daniel182

    Let's hold our breath until we disappear

    Dance Gavin Dance, Sum 41, and Green Day for me.
  21. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd

    Another huge release day.

    My first listen will be Dance Gavin Dance since I've somehow resisted two weeks not downloading the leak. The fact that Sum 41 and Green Day released new albums on the same day in 2016 is just fantastic. Enjoyed the pre-release single from Balance and Composure so I'll give that a spin. Never been a massive TDWP fan but I'll give it a shot.

    Then we have some singles, Kings of Leon, Kevin Devine and probably some I'm missing.

    All in all, I have my listening work cut out for me haha
  22. Orla

    little old lady Prestigious

    Computer Magic - Obscure But Visible EP

    Gotta check out the new Phantogram too.
  23. mattav152

    Release My Mind, My Garden Grows

    New TDWP is easily one of their best. Right up there with Dead Throne. Today is like music Christmas. BalCo being my most anticipated along with TDWP, DGD, Fit For a King, Third Eye Blind. Its a good day.
  24. ianzandi


    Nice, didn't know there was new KC
  25. Behind the Barricade

    I feel bad for Set it Off. I'm shocked they didn't wait a week to release their album.