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Albums in Stores – September 9th, 2016

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Today has quite a few albums worth checking out. That This Wild Life album is probably the first one I’ll listen to that I haven’t heard yet. I also plan on giving Norma Jean a spin, and I am always impressed by The Dear Hunter. If you hit read more you can see all the releases we have in our calendar for the week. Hit the quote bubble to access our forums and talk about what came out today, what albums you picked up, and to make mention of anything we may have missed.

    Adam Torres – Pearls To Swine
    Arms Aloft – What a Time To Be Barely Alive
    Bastille – Wild World
    Billy Ray Cyrus – Thin Line
    Blue States – Restless Spheres
    Clipping – Splendor & Misery
    Cover Your Tracks – Fever Dream
    Cruel Hand – Your World Won’t Listen
    Daniel Lanois – Goodbye To Language
    Fresh SNow – One
    Gavin DeGraw – Something Worth Saving
    Grouplove – Big Mess
    Harrison – Checkpoint Titanium
    Jack White – Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016
    Jason Aldean – They Don’t Know
    July Talk – Touch
    Kicker – Rendered Obsolete
    Local Natives – Sunlit Youth
    M.I.A. – A.I.M.
    Mikey Erg / Anika Pyle – Split 7″
    Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree
    Norma Jean – Polar Similar
    Okkervil River – Away
    Pansy Division – Quite Contrary
    Psychic Twin – Strange Diary
    Sarah Davachi – All My Circles Run
    Snowblink – Returning Current
    Teenage Fanclub – Here
    The Dear Hunter – Act V: Hymns With the Devil In Confessional
    The Head and the Heart – Signs Of Light
    The Ramona Flowers – Part Time Spies
    The Tyde – Darren 4
    This Wild Life – Low Tide
    Twin Atlantic – GLA
    Wilco – Schmilco
    Snowblink – Returning Current

  2. JRGComedy

    Trusted Supporter

    fuck ya Billy ray
  3. SweetThye


    Artifex Pereo- Passengers
    Norma Jean- Polar Similar
    This Wild Life- Low Tides
    Local Natives- Sunlit Youth
    Anthony Green- Pixie Queen
    The Dear Hunter- Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional
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  4. alexjlow


    Quite a few releases today, it's getting to that crazy time of year now. This is what I will check out first for sure:

    Norma Jean – Polar Similar
    Anthony Green – Pixie Queen
    This Wild Life – Low Tides
    Gavin DeGraw – Something Worth Saving

    Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – Fire Escape
    Kings of Leon – Waste a Moment
    Green Day – Revolution Radio
    Jason Aldean – A Little More Summertime
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  5. mercury

    modern-day offspring fanatic Supporter

    Totally forgot that Act V was coming out today, what an awesome surprise.
  6. ianzandi


    Jack White, leagues, Bastille, Wilco, local natives, St. Paul, grouplove, the head and the heart, mia, this wild life, Anthony green,Artifex Pereo, deer hunter, the Beatles...lots of full albums.

    Singles: green day, Norah jones, Andrew/ Wilderness, Gary Clark Jr., Cappa, lady gaga, sia, Kings of Leon, regina spektor, the Mowglis, , the fray
  7. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd

    Big one for me today is Norma Jean even though I've had it for a week already. Absolutely fantastic album you should all be checking out. I'll give This Wild Life and Anthony Green a spin but neither have stuck with me in the past so my expectations are low.

    Already spun the singles for this week, digging the KoL track.

    Norma Jean – Polar Similar
    Anthony Green – Pixie Queen
    This Wild Life – Low Tides

    Kings of Leon – Waste a Moment
    Green Day – Revolution Radio
    Zack De La Rocha - Digging For Windows
  8. Jake W Sep 9, 2016
    (Last edited: Sep 9, 2016)
    Jake W

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

    Norma Jean
    Cruel Hand

    Will also check out TWL eventually even though I didn't like any of the pre-released songs.
  9. whitenblue88

    The rivalry is back on

    Local Natives is definitely the highlight today. I'd definitely recommend giving that a listen if you weren't already going to!

    The Head and the Heart
    St Paul and the Broken Bones
    The Dear Hunter
    Okkervil River
    This Wild Life
    Teenage Fanclub
    Twin Atlantic
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  10. Olyphantastic

    "See you in the car! Best wishes" -Milhouse Supporter

    Most excited to check out clipping. but will also probably give some time to Jack White and July Talk. On the fence about whether or not to dive into Okkervil River's new one, since I'm only a casual fan at best. Also gonna listen to the new remaster of The Beatles' Live at the Hollywood Bowl that Giles Martin did. I listened to the "A Hard Day's Night" that was previewed a couple weeks ago and was pretty impressed with what he managed to do with the audio.
  11. Orla

    little old lady Prestigious

    Doe — Some Things Last Longer Than You
    (RIYL: Potty Mouth, Special Explosion, All Dogs)

    Ian Sweet — Shapeshifter
    (RIYL: Palehound, PWR BTTM, Football Etc.)
  12. andrewcloer

    Lurking AP since 2005. Lurking Chorus since 2016.

    Norma Jean!

    Also Dwell's new record Innate came out today and it's the best metalcore record of the year so far. (FFO: Dillinger Escape Plan, Advent, The Chariot)
  13. subplotofcrows

    A Grand Scene For A Color Film Prestigious

    Norma Jean is great, new Gaga single, and the Light Years acoustic EP.
  14. Loki

    God of mischief

    TWL I will go pickup after work. I am curious about Grouplove, lost track of those guys after their first big record they had.

    Does Light Years have a physical release?
  15. SPine


    Local Native's new album is great
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  16. MattNCheeze


    Such Gold Pedestals Rerelease.
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  17. skogsraet

    Trusted Supporter

    Lots of stuff I'm interested in but I heard a by of M.I.A's release and it sounds super great. And Anthony Green is a big one for me
  18. Micah511

    We reach for the longest shadow Supporter

    New Norma Jean is great, haven't listened to them much since Redeemer, need to go back and see if I missed anything. I still need to check out Anthony Green, This Wild Life, and The Dear Hunter (which isn't on Spotify today for some reason).
  19. smoke4thecaper

    out of context reference Supporter

    Twin Atlantic for sure. Never been able to get into This Wild Life, however I will give Norma Jean a shot. I haven't listened to them in a long time.
  20. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Prestigious

    Really enjoying the new Bastille album. Will also check out Norma Jean and This Wild Life. A lot of good singles too. Green Day, Regina Spektor, and The Fray.
  21. generalmills9


    This weeks releases should keep me busy for a while.

    - Local Natives
    - Anthony Green
    - The Head and The Heart
    - The Dear Hunter
    - Norma Jean
    - This Wild Life
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  22. Colby Searcy

    Is admired for his impeccable (food) tastes Prestigious

    Apparently City Lights released an EP as well
  23. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    Woah what a nice day! Some of them I've already heard and fell in love, but I forgot about new This Wild Life, Twin Atlantic, and I've been holding it down with Norma Jean, there's so much to listen to, and I still want to get more TDH after checking it out yesterday! Anthony Green's album is my TOP this week though, I've listened to it A LOT!
  24. Anthony Green is super good
  25. teebs41

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Dear Hunter Act V did not disappoint, if you were not a fan of Act IV you should still listen to Act V, very dark record.

    Anthony Green's solo record is real good too

    Norma Jean too!
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