Sunday, February 12, 2006

New Records for February 13th-19th


Here's the interesting new stuff out tomorrow. The Cat Power album is out on vinyl, so you can get that horrific artwork made even bigger, other than that there's new stuff from the much hyped Two Gallants and Panic! At The Disco as well as a newie from Beth Orton with help from Jim O'Rourke. Reissues wise there's lots of great stuff: more Talking Heads remasters from the always wonderful Rhino, cheap reissues of the first three American albums from Cash, as well as some much deserved remasters from the Top! The Liars have a rather special single out, well worth buying even if you haven't heard them before. All metal fans are also required to buy some vintage Priest on DVD. Rock on!

Albums:

Cat Power - The Greatest (vinyl)
Beth Orton - Comfort Of Strangers
Panic! At The Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
Two Gallants - What The Toll Tells

Reissues, Compilations:

Johnny Cash - American Recordings
Johnny Cash - Solitary Man
Johnny Cash - Unchained
The Jam - Snap 2cd edition/3cd edition
Los Lobos - Wolf Tracks (Best Of)
The Strawbs - Deep Cuts
Talking Heads - Little Creatures
Talking Heads - Naked
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues
Talking Heads - True Stories
ZZ Top - Fandango
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres

Singles:

Liars - Other Side Of Mt. Heart Attack
Sparks - Perfume
Regina Spector - Us

DVD:

Judas Priest - Live Vengeance '82

2 Comments:

Anonymous Joey said...

I've had the Panic! At The Disco CD for a while now, and I managed to catch them supporting the abysmal The Academy Is... last month at the Astoria. I think it's a shame they've been automatically lumped in as 'teen-emo' when there's so many different influences there, even medieval chamber music! However, live, they have a LOT to learn (to be fair they have an average age of 19) and I believe are headlining the Astoria soon. You can't do what they did and just perform the album verbatim with a backing track for all the instruments they couldn't get additional musicians in for (I wouldn't even put it past them that the guy at the back on the laptop was playing the CD). They struggled to scale up the show from a bar tour to a mid-size London venue. Good band on record and in theory though, and not afraid to be different or kitsch.

7:56 pm, February 18, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great site »

8:49 am, March 07, 2007  

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