J. Cole – Cole World: The Sideline Story
Chickenfoot – Chickenfoot III
Blink 182 – Neighborhoods
Nirvana – Nevermind (2 CD Deluxe Edition)
Beth Hart – Don’t Explain
Johnny Winter – Roots
Wilco – The Whole Love
LeAnn Rimes – Lady & Gentlemen
Switchfoot – Vice Verses
Daryl Hall – Laughing Down Crying
The Bangles – Sweetheart of the Sun
Mastodon – The Hunter
Matthew Sweet – Modern Art
Sebastian Bach – Kicking & Screaming
Seth MacFarlane – Music Is Better Than Words
This weeks crazy-good music selection can be found here. Click to preview the albums or purchase them for your mp3 player.
Hear the saucy voice of Stewie Griffin, Peter Griffin, Brian Griffin (and more!) sing you back into the middle of the 20th century. Family Guy’s genius creator (and voice of more characters that I can keep track of) takes you away from your stupid job or fluorescent-lit-classroom to a jazzy club with suits and dresses, dim and heavy with second hand smoke. Fall in love with your headphones–you won’t be able to help it.
Blink 182 stops jerking us around and finally releases some new music, as ONE band, instead of multiple different ones. You probably will only be able to hear Angels and Airwaves at first, but stick around. There is this magical moment where the album becomes a Blink 182 album, and it will surprise you. Not as consistently good as their self titled album before they broke up FOREVER, but the songs on here are literally some of the best songs they’ve ever written, in any decade, with any band.