Buy/Die Tuesday: Something for everyone!

After several weeks of drought, we finally get a great crop of releases this week. From underground hip-hop to indie rock to singer/songwriter fare, there’s something for everyone this week. Rejoice!


Hello Hurricane – Switchfoot. The alt-rockers return. I’ve been a fan of these guys for almost ten years, so I’m excited to see how they do this time.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Live (CD/DVD set). The multi-faceted rock’n’rollers release a live album. I’m excited about this, as their career spans heavy rock, instrumental rock, pop, blues, and more.

MF Doom – Unexpected Guests. Underground rap.

Omar Rodriguez Lopez – Xenophanes. Lead singer of the Mars Volta releases an experimental solo project.

Snow Patrol – Up to Now. Pop-rock anthems should be in heavy abundance.

Tori Amos – Midwinter Graces. Female singer/songwriting’s main muse returns.

AC/DC – Backtracks. You all know what AC/DC sounds like.

Dashboard Confessional – Alter the Ending. Acoustic pop that probably doesn’t offer any new tricks, but will please the fans.

Flyleaf – Memento Mori. Heavy, dark alt-rock with melodic hooks.

Robyn Hitchcock – I Often Dream of Trains in New York. Male singer/songwriter with a long, prestigious history and a wicked lyrical prowess.


Bon Jovi – The Circle. Really? Really?

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