AC/DC – Live At River Plate 2xCD/3xLP (Columbia)
Recorded in Buenos Aires in December 2009 when nearly 200,000 fans (over three sold-out nights) thunderously welcomed AC/DC back after a 13-year absence from Argentina.
Bad Brains – Into The Future CD/LP (Megaforce)
“The DC hardcore legends return with their hybrid brand of punk and reggae fusion – a staple in the punk pioneers’ genetic makeup since the get-go of their colorful career. Despite numerous line-up changes throughout the years, the band have never strayed far from their youthful integrity and Rastafarian principles, all accompanied by London-born frontman H.R’s distinctive vocal drawl throughout.” – List.co.uk
Nathan Bowles – Bottle A Buckeye CD/LP (Soft Abuse)
Bowles’ recent focus on the five-string open-back banjo’s possibilities is on full display here: bowed and drummed textures, clawhammer boogie, and banjo solid sidewinding are all explored.
Brad – Welcome To Discovery Park [Reissue/2002] CD/LP (Razor & Tie)
Brad further demonstrate a propensity for musical comfort food, ’70s rock style, on their warm-sounding, soul-infused third album which was originally released ten years ago.
Peter Broderick – These Walls Of Mine CD/LP (Erased Tapes)
An exploration from gospel and soul to spoken word, beatboxing, and rap — this is Peter at his most natural. Best viewed as a collection of lyrical and vocal experiments.
Bvdub – All Is Forgiven CD (n5MD)
Features Brock Van Wey’s signature gauzy layers of enveloping sound and ever ghostly yet soulful vocals where songs are a journey, sometimes via a rewarding path less explored. This time out he’s added some nicely executed experimental beat-work to propel his ever-blurring emotive ambience forward.
Keith Canisius – Beautiful Sharks CD (Saint Marie)
The unique moods, daft guitars and sensible melodies the dream pop maestro (Rumskib, Shortwave Broadcaster) is known for creating are here, but served more upfront and rocky than ever before.
Caravan – Man & Buffalo CD/LP (Strawberry Rain)
Reissue of one of the rarest and most sought-after releases from the Thai scene — a beautiful slab of ethnic folk rock.
Circle City Band – Circle City Band CD (Ubiquity)
“Magic” by the Circle City Band was a well known single in the ‘80s, loved by roller skaters and fans of BET alike, which used the track as it’s theme song. Almost 30 years later, this a complete reissue of their S/T album including bonus tracks. Vinyl version due December 11.
Coldplay – Live 2012 CD+DVD/CD+Blu-ray (Capitol)
Documents the Coldplay’s acclaimed Mylo Xyloto world tour.
Keyshia Cole – Woman To Woman CD (Geffen)
New album from the R&B superstar – available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe includes three additional tracks
Elvis Costello – In Motion Pictures CD (UMe)
Collects Elvis Costello songs heard in movies.
Kate Earl – Stronger CD/LP (Downtown)
Written and recorded with an expansive crew of well-respected Californians including Brett Dennen, Blake Mills and other established L.A.-based musicians, Stronger is a rootsy brand of all-American pop/rock.
E.D. Sedgwick – We Wear White CD/LP+MP3 (Dischord)
A more aggressive, dirtier batch of songs from the veteran indie-pop band.
Elbow – Dead In The Boot CD/2xLP (Cooperative Music)
A collection of B-sides and non-album tracks.
The Evens – Odds CD/LP+MP3 (Dischord)
Third album from Fugazi/Minor Threat frontman Ian MacKaye and wife Amy Farina (of the Warmers and Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, among others).
The Faint – Danse Macabre 2xCD+DVD/2xCD+DVD+2xLP (Saddle Creek)
Reissue of the seminal dance-punk release includes a bonus disc of covers, remixes, and the essential “Take Me To The Hospital.” DVD features archival footage from the band, live projection videos from the era’s tour dates, the “Agenda Suicide” video directed by MK12, and more.
Fake Blood – Cells CD/LP (PIAS America)
New from the UK DJ also known as Theo Keating and Touche, one-half of The Wiseguys.
Forma – Off/On CD/LP (Spectrum Spools)
Second album from the kosmiche synth adherents from Brooklyn. “A love for the utopian pulse-n-sway of Ashra and Neu! remains their rudder, but the new material they spotlighted is more stinging and up-tempo, like Creature Comforts-era Black Dice had they possessed Y.M.O.’s electro-funk and melodic sensibilities.” — Resident Advisor
Marvin Gaye – Trouble Man [40th Anniversary Expanded Edition] 2xCD (Hip-O Select)
Expanded Edition features the original soundtrack album remastered plus 29 unreleased performances, including alternate takes, rare vocals, and the full score for the film.
Ghetto Brothers – Power Fuerza  CD/LP (Truth & Soul)
Revered and incredibly rare 1972 Latin rock album by South Bronx street-gang-turned-music-group gets the deluxe reissue treatment, including remastered audio and extensive 80-page book, featuring rare photos and visual artifacts from gang members.
David Guetta – Nothing But The Beat 2.0 CD (Capitol)
Expanded edition of the superstar DJ and producer’s 2011 album featuring bonus tracks.
Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopitan – Instrumental Tourist CD (Software)
With a deliberate focus on source material of a synthetic and mimetic nature, Hecker & Lopatin designed a sound palette from the acoustic resonance of digitally-sourced “Instruments of the World.” The studio meetings were conducted to mimic the tropes and techniques of jazz-based improvisation, with little preparation prior.
Lonnie Holley – Just Before Music CD (Dust-To-Digital)
Fans of Sun Ra, take note. This marks the first time Dust-To-Digital has taken an artist into a recording studio. The layers of sound in Holley’s music are the result of decades of evolving experimentation.
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit – Live From Alabama 2xCD (Lightning Rod)
In August of 2012, Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit assembled in their home state of Alabama in front of a couple of sold-out concert halls to record their first live album.
The Joy Formidable – Cholla CDEP (Interscope)
First single from their forthcoming album Wolf’s Law, due January 2013.
Kid Rock – Rebel Soul CD (Atlantic)
New album from the genre-hopping rock and roller.
Kylesa – From The Vaults Vol. 1 CD/2xLP+MP3 (Season Of Mist)
Collection includes rare and previously unreleased tracks from past recording sessions, alternate versions, covers, and a brand new track.
Lau Nau – Valohiukkanen CD/LP (Fonal)
Retaining her penchant for a fragile, spectral otherness, these ten interrelated snapshots draw the listener towards Laura Naukkarinen’s idiosyncratic, finely-honed sound-world, unconsciously paralleling other luminaries such as Smog, Sigur Ros, or Linda Perhacs with her singular sense of purpose.
Led Zeppelin – Celebration Day 2xCD+DVD/2xCD+DVD/2xCD+2xDVD/2xCD+Blu-ray (Atlantic)
On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at London’s O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the band’s signature blues-infused rock ’n’ roll that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zeppelin. Choose from eight unique configurations!
Gareth Liddiard – Strange Tourist CD/2xLP (ATP)
New album from the lead singer/songwriter of The Drones captures the Australian poet at his most naked and explosive.
Shelby Lynne – Revelation Road [Deluxe Edition] 2xCD+2xDVD (Everso)
Deluxe edition features five new songs, the new Live From McCabe’s CD, the DVD Live From London, and more.
Massive Attack – Blue Lines [Reissue/1995] CD+DVD+2xLP (Virgin)
Remastered “2012 Mix” — available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe edition features the new mix on 180gm double-LP, a copy on CD, and a DVD containing hi-res audio at 96 kHz/24bit.
Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up 2xCD+DVD (Universal/Cash Money)
Expanded three disc edition of the R&B star’s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded album. This edition adds a second disc with eight new songs and a DVD that features the album’s music videos and 90 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage.
MMOSS – Only Children CD (Trouble In Mind)
From the damp and misty woods of New Hampshire emerges the second full-length from psych jam warriors MMOSS. The songs here are a decidedly heavier trip, boasting feats of krautrock, cascading vocal harmonies, and expanded blasts of psychedelic mayhem.
Naomi Punk – The Feeling CD (Captured Tracks)
Considering the way the music world is today, you’d expect a bunch of young Seattle dudes to get extra weird, if only because they can, but Naomi Punk take a different route, constructing brawny, anthemic rock songs that’ll make every kid that hears them what to start their own band, if even half of them are this good, music will be in a pretty great place. Vinyl version due December 4.
Fred Neil – Sessions [Reissue/1967] CD (Water)
Although the long, meandering, raga influenced songs are a bit perplexing at first, the album’s rewards increase with each subsequent listen. An underrated LP from one of American folk’s finest voices.
Fred Neil – Other Side Of His Life [Reissue/1971] CD (Water)
The final album from American folk music legend, originally released in 1971. Featuring a slew of live recordings of some of his most lasting and well known compositions as well as additional studio sessions featuring Les McCann and Gram Parsons, this may not be his most memorable album, but it’s still head and shoulders above most other singer/songwriter material of the era.
Nostalgia 77 And The Monster – Taxidermist CD (Tru Thoughts)
A fresh new project from one of the leading lights of the UK jazz scene.
O.A.R. – Live On Red Rocks CD (Wind-Up)
Live release from the Rockville, MD band – their first live recording to include a horn section. Also available on stand-alone DVD.
Oneohtrix Point Never – Rifts 3xCD (Software)
Rifts travels from the outside-in, beginning with the dark space sonatas of Octagon, through the mechanized vistas of Zones Without People and completing itself with the haunting electronic animus of Russian Mind. At once incorporating synth prog, modern noise, early techno, drone, minimalism and computer music in a three-CD box set. Vinyl version due December 11.
Graham Parker & The Rumour – Three Chords Good CD/LP (Primary Wave)
Parker reunites with his original band The Rumour for their first album together in 31 years.
Pharmacy – Stoned And Alone CD (Old Flame)
It’s been almost a decade since a young Scottie Yoder received a 4-track for his birthday and began turning out poppy, energetic garage numbers with friend Brendhan Bowers in a shed on Vashon Island up in Washington state. After classically-trained pianist Stefan Rubicz joined the pair in early 2007, they’ve been on a constant schedule. Vinyl version due December 4.
Phillip Phillips – The World From The Side Of The Moon CD (Interscope)
Debut album from the winner of the 11th season of American Idol. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds bonus tracks.
Garrett Pierce – City Of Sand CD/LP (Narnack)
Pierce pens songs that peek into that same dark, yet optimistic place that Henry Miller and Leonard Cohen tapped into. Ranges from raving pop to solemn folk, from Shins-like exuberance to Mark Kozelek’s charismatic sadness.
Pitbull – Global Warming CD (RCA)
New album from the Latin rapper features guest appearances from Christina Aguilera, Chris Brown, Usher, Afrojack, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias and others. Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds four bonus tracks.
Porcupine Tree – Octane Twisted 2xCD (K-scope)
Double-disc live set recorded in Chicago during the tour that supported The Incident.
Regents – Antietam After Pary CD/LP+MP3 (Lovitt)
A stunning collection of DC hardcore/punk scene vets, including members of Frodus, Battery, Sleepytime Trio, Thursday, Maximillian Colby and Men’s Recovery Project.
Rhianna – Unapologetic CD/CD+DVD (Def Jam)
Available in Regular and Deluxe editions. Deluxe adds a DVD of never-before-released footage and Rihanna’s Loud Tour recorded at London’s O2 Arena.
Rictus – Christelle Ou La Decouverte Du Mal CD/LP (Strawberry Rain)
Reissue of a rare private press progressive rock album from France. Spans from lo-fi fuzz laden numbers to strong progressive songs with numerous bridges and changes.
Styles P –The World’s Hardest MC Project CD (E1)
Styles P is known for witty wordplay and street life induced lyrics. He is far from your average ringtone driven rapper.
Takka Takka – A.M. Landscapes CD/LP (Ernest Jenning Co.)
Combines minimalism and math-rock, Africa and Indonesia, funk, folk and psychedelia, often over beats that sound like rock anthems burnished smooth by the notes pelting above.
t.A.T.u – 200 Km/H In The Wrong Lane [10th Anniversary Edition] CD (Interscope)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the Russian pop duo’s 2002 debut album.
Tech N9ne – E.B.A.H./Boiling Point 2xCD (Strange Music)
Double-disc set containing the Kansas City hip-hop star’s E.B.A.H and Boiling Point EPs, which were previously released as digital-only titles.
The Twilight Sad – No One Can Ever Know: The Remixes CD (Fat Cat)
Includes remixes from Liars, Optimo, Com Truise, Tom Furse of The Horrors, Ambassadeurs, Breton and more.
Uncle Kracker – Midnight Special CD (Sugarhill)
New album from the singer/songwriter who has made a comfortable transition from rock/hip-hop to roots/country over the course of his career.
Various Artists [Ben Klock] – Fabric 66 CD (Fabric)
Galloping new mix from the German techno innovator. Features tracks by Burial, Alva Noto, Terence Fixmer, Trevino, James Ruskin, Sigg Gonzalez and others.
Vitalic – Rave Age CD/2xLP (PIAS America)
Third album from French producer showcases not just a passion for big room electro smashers and electronica, but a broad set of influences that stretch from punk and film soundtracks to disco and indie dance.
Woollen Kits – Four Girls CD (Trouble In Mind)
Australia is in a full-on rock & roll renaissance right now and charging to the front of the pack are Melbourne’s Woollen Kits.
Neil Young – Psychedelic Pill Blu-ray/3xLP (Reprise)
Recently released on CD – now avilable on Blu-ray audio disc and HQ-180 triple-vinyl. First album of original music from Neil Young and his classic band in nearly a decade.
Frank Zappa – You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 3 [Reissue/1989] 2xCD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 4 [Reissue/1991] 2xCD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 5 [Reissue/1992] 2xCD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 6 [Reissue/1992] 2xCD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – Playground Psychotics [Reissue/1992] 2xCD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – Have I Offended Someone? [Reissue/1997] CD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – Mystery Disc [Reissue/1998] CD (Zappa Music)
Frank Zappa – Mothermania: The Best Of The Mothers 1969 CD (Zappa Music)
The Zappa reissues are widing down.
DVDs + Blu-ray:
Archers Of Loaf – What Did You Expect? Archers of Loaf Live At Cat’s Cradle DVD (What Were We Thinking)
Live in front of a rabid, hometown crowd in 2011. 89 minutes.
Tony Bennett – The Zen Of Bennett DVD/Blu-ray (Sony)
“A seductive and soulful view into the mind and creative process of legendary singer Tony Bennett.” 167 minutes.
Chris Isaak – Beyond The Sun Live DVD/Blu-ray (Vanguard)
This special showcases Chris Isaak’s most beloved hits and his personal tribute to the glory days of the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis and the music created by his heroes in that famous room. 90 minutes.
O.A.R. – Live On Red Rocks DVD (Wind-Up)
O.A.R.’s first live recording to include a horn section.
Lou Reed With Nico And John Cale – Paris 1972 DVD (IMV Blueline)
Recorded for French television in 1972, this was the first time The Velvet Underground members performed together since the break up of their iconic band. 41 minutes.
The Replacements – Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements 2xDVD (What Were We Thinking)
Gorman Bechard’s remarkable history of the ‘Mats takes us from their first show, all the way to the end, and everywhere inbetween. 123 minutes.
Ike & Tina Turner – On The Road: 1971-1972 DVD (MVD Visual)
An intimate film of the dynamic Ike and Tina at their creative peak. Filmed by legendary music photographer Bob Gruen. 90 minutes.
Adult. – Resuscitation [Reissue/2001] 2xLP+MP3 (Ghostly International)
Resuscitation’s combination of crisp beats, squelch-laden synths and Nicola Kuperus’ detached monotone sounded like a broadcast from the future, steeped in the analog synth sounds of forebears like Kraftwerk but possessed of an ultramodern sheen all its own.
Alchemist – Russian Roulette 2xLP (Decon)
Released last summer on CD – now availble on vinyl. First new Alchemist release since 2009’s Chemical Warfare.
Autumn Owls – Between Buildings Toward The Sea LP (Epitonic)
Debut album from the Dublin trio expands upon the deep, rich textures and emotional depth of their critically successful first two EPs. “…explores a sonic atmosphere so filled with pathos you can’t help but to close your eyes.” — Filter
The Avett Brothers – Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions 3xLP+MP3 (Ramseur)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Deluxe HQ-180 triple-LP set includes six unreleased tracks, three-panel gatefold jacket, custom inner sleeve art and complete album download.
Azita – Year LP+MP3 (Drag City)
These collaborative songs represent a kinder, gentler Azita — almost childlike at times. Year is the closest anyone’s gotten to Nilsson’s The Point in a long time. Since Nilsson, probably! Vinyl-only.
Bachman & Turner – Live At The Roseland Ballroom, NYC 2xLP (Eagle Rock)
Reuniting at the end of 2009 Bachman & Turner released an eponymous album in 2010 and in November of that year performed at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City as part of their North American tour. This double live album was recorded at that show.
Bikini Kill – Bikini Kill [Reissue/1992] 12”+MP3 (Bikini Kill)
20th anniversary reissue of Bikini Kill’s debut 12″ EP. Originally released in the fall of 1992, back in print for your children.
BLO – Phase II LP (Strawberry Rain)
Reissue of one of the most famous Afro rock albums from Nigeria.
Boys Noize – Out Of The Black 3xLP (Ingrooves)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New album from German electronic music producer and DJ Alexander Ridha.
Crass – Yes Sir, I Will [Reissue/1983] LP (Crass)
Reissue of Crass’ fifth album comes in original foldout poster sleeve. Originally released in April ’83, Yes Sir, I Will was a howl full of vicious rage and fury, a scream of sorrow, a bitter requiem of betrayal and disenfranchisement.
Dinosaur Jr. – Chocomel Daze LP+MP3 (Merge)
Rare live recording from the You’re Living All Over Me era, on vinyl for the first time.
FaltyDL – Straight & Arrow 12” (Ninja Tune)
FaltyDL makes pitch-perfect, beautiful, widescreen club music that works as well pumped from ear buds straight to your cerebral cortex as blasted from club sound systems. He’s a technically gifted, subtle producer who understands that soul should never be sacrificed to tastefulness. Features a remix by Four Tet.
Faunts – Left Here Alone 12” (Friendly Fire)
Slow-motion shoegazers reborn as purveyors of luminous and deeply affecting electronic pop.
Fleetwood Mac – Tusk [Reissue/1979] 2xLP (WB)
Remastered and back in-print on vinyl.
Flock Of Dimes – (This Is Why) I Can’t Wear White b/w 15 7”+MP3 (French Kiss)
Third in a series of 7″ singles from solo project of Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner.
Fontanelle – Vitamin F LP (Southern Lord)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Ten years since their last release, Fontanelle have conjured a burly fusion jazz sound that has been dubbed, “White Magnus.” The black vinyl version of this sick-ass fuzzed out funk is limited to a one-time pressing of 1,000 copies.
The Gary – Remains LP (Sick Room)
Raw, impassioned, straight-from-the-heart garage rock intended to serve as the vehicle for the world-weary philosophies of the sage presiding over a dark corner of a half-forgotten barroom. Channeling equal parts Minutemen and Dead Moon, The Gary follow the tried-and-true Dischord formula: Loud, primitive music can be enlightened as well.
Graveyard – Lights Out LP (Nuclear Blast)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. New release from the Swedish retro-rock revivalists who have their own brand of beer in Sweden, have won a Swedish Grammy for Best Hard Rock album, and landed on three Billboard charts.
Gun Club – Divinity [Reissue/1991] LP (Bang!)
Reissue of extended version of the 1991 double EP from L.A.’s highly influential ‘80s-‘90s punk/blues progenitors.
Holiday Crowd – Sick Days 7” (Shelflife)
“Nostalgic nuances aside, it’s a joy to listen to [Holiday Crowd] as we take some mini vacays in time, space, and swimsuit silhouettes.” — Plaid Magazine
H2O – Thicker Than Water [Reissue/1997] LP (Bridge Nine)
“On their second album, H2O tightens up its sound, dumping the ska experiments in favor of their love of melodic speed-punk and classic hardcore à la Minor Threat.” — AllMusic
Rikki Illilonga – Sunshine Love LP (Now Again)
Archival reproduction of Zamrock classic from 1976. “ A loose, woozy African spinoff of The Velvet Underground, folk-rock and garage-rock that still didn’t stint on the fuzz-tone.” – The New York Times
Iron Maiden – Number Of The Beast [Reissue/1982] LP (UMe)
Special limited-edition picture disc.
Isis – Temporal 3xLP+DVD (Ipecac)
Recently released on CD – now available on vinyl. Temporal captures moments from throughout their lengthy career including alternate takes, demos and rarities. The DVD features five official music videos.
Letherette – Featurette 12” (Ninja Tune)
Drawing on Bangalter-inflected house but giving it a rumble and wing, Letherette make infectious, beat-driven music which is as fun and un-self-conscious as it is clever and technically cutting edge.
Linkin Park – Living Things LP (WB)
Recently release on CD – now available on vinyl.
Little Big Town – Tornado LP (Capitol)
Recently release on CD – now available on vinyl.
Lowtalker – The Marathon 12” (No Sleep)
Sophomore release from ex-members of Living With Lions, Misery Signals and Comeback Kid.
Jason Lytle/Sea Of Bees – Won’t Be Long b/w Get Up And Go 7” (Crossbill)
Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) and Sea Of Bees take turns covering one another’s songs for this limited 7” release.
Man Or Astro Man? – Analog Series Vol. 2 7” (Chunklet)
Man or Astro-Man? return with the second of three new 7″s, all preceding a new full length in 2013.
Dawn McCarthy/Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – Christmas Eve Can Kill You 7” (Drag City)
Bonnie and Dawn McCarthy (Faun Fables) return again to ease your troubled mind with two cover tracks.
Monster Truck – Done F##k With The Truck Collection LP (Dine Alone)
Collects the Canadian band’s first two EPs.
Mynabirds – Body Of Work b/w In The Mouths Of Wolves 7” (Saddle Creek)
A standout track from the Generals LP is paired with a previously unreleased tune. Pressed on color vinyl.
P.O.D. – Murdered Love LP (Razor & Tie)
Recently released on CD – now available on color vinyl.
Gabriel Saloman – Adhere LP (Miasmah)
First proper album away from Yellow Swans, revealing a rich seam of ominous restraint and post-Cocteau Twins shimmering bliss.
Slash – Made In Stoke 24/7/11 3xLP (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Recorded at the Victoria Hall in Stoke On Trent on July 24th, this concert marked Slash’s return to the town in which he grew up.
Sleep – Dopesmoker [Reissue/2003] 2xLP (Southern Lord)
HQ-180 purple vinyl — contains bonus track not available on CD version.
Smoking Popes – Born To Quit  LP (Side One Dummy)
Reissue of their classic album, originally released in 1995 and never before available on vinyl.
Fred Thomas – Kuma LP (Ernest Jenning)
Solo LP from the frontman of Saturday Looks Good To Me and City Center. Thomas’s dusty, strange singing voice and often spare arrangements lean on a fragmented approach to folk music, melding weird electronic textures or production trickery with acoustic dirges or remotely hopeful looks into the future.
Various Artists – Raw Soul III 2xLP+7” (Now Again)
Rare and unreleased funk, jazz, soul and world-psych by Now-Again stalwarts Whitefield Brothers, Karl Hector & The Malcouns, and The Poets Of Rhythm.
Venom – Fallen Angels  2xLP (Spinefarm)
2011 album from Cronos and his mates — their 13th album in a 30+ year career.
Wild Yaks – Million Years LP (Ernest Jenning)
13 songs of heartbreak and triumph with four Brooklyn wildmen singing their hearts and souls out.
Wye Oak – My Neighbor/My Creator  LP+MP3 (Merge)
In between their acclaimed The Knot and shortly before the release of their critically heralded third album Civilian, Wye Oak released My Neighbor/My Creator, a vibrant EP that brims with melody and creative detours.
Zakk Wylde – Pride & Glory  2xLP (Armoury)
Released last year on CD – now available on vinyl. Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist Zakk Wylde’s first self-fronted album.
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