Posted in MP3 | music | new releases on June 11, 2007

DOWNLOAD: Scissors for Lefty - Lay Down Your Weapons (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Scissors for Lefty - Ghetto Ways (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Wooden Wand - The Pushers (Morning Version) (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Wooden Wand - Spitting at the Cameras (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: John Doe - The Golden State (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Joan As Policewoman - The Ride (MP3)

Sonic YouthAs summer draws near, the music release lists get shorter - especially for new releases. Sonic Youth's remastered edition of their classic album Daydream Nation (as recently performed live in Spain) and several Dick Dale reissues are the highlights of this release week for me.

I can also strongly recommend Joan As Police Woman's Real Life, Former X frontman John Doe's A Year In The Wilderness, former Jayhawk and Creekdipper Mark Olson's solo album, The Salvation Blues, Scissors for Lefty's Underhanded Romance, and Wooden Wand's James and the Quiet.

What new releases can you recommend this week?

This week's interesting CD releases:

Abra Moore: On the Way [cd]
Blue Scholars: Bayani [cd]
Datarock: Datarock Datarock [cd]
Dick Dale: Checkered Flag (reissue) [cd]
Dick Dale: King of the Surf Guitar (reissue) [cd]
Dick Dale: Mr. Eliminator (reissue) [cd]
Dick Dale: Summer Surf (reissue) [cd]
Fair to Midland: Fables From a Mayfly: What I Tell You Three Times is True [cd]
Immaculate Machines: Fables [cd]
James Last: Plays Abba [cd]
Joan As Police Woman: Real Life [cd]
Joan Baez: Joan Baez (Vanguard Visionaries) [cd]
John Doe: A Year In The Wilderness [cd]
Mark Olson: The Salvation Blues [cd]
Mark Ronson: Version [cd]
Michael Hearst: Songs for Ice Cream Trucks [cd]
moe: Warts and All, Vol. 5 (live box set) [cd]
Monahans: Low Pining [cd]
My Morning Jacket: Tennessee Fire & At Dawn Demos [cd]
Nada Surf: Karmic (with bonus tracks) [cd]
Paula Cole: Courage [cd]
The Pines: Sparrows in the Bell [cd]
Queens Of The Stone Age: Era Vulgaris [cd]
Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd: After the Night Falls [cd]
Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd: Before the Day Breaks [cd]
Scissors for Lefty: Underhanded Romance [cd]
Sonic Youth: Daydream Nation (Deluxe Edition, remastered) [cd]
Sugar & Gold: Creme [cd]
The Takeovers: Bad Football [cd]
The Traveling Wilburys (2 CD / 1 DVD) [dvd]
The Traveling Wilburys: Traveling Wilburys (2CD/1DVD, Deluxe Edition) [cd]
Two Lone Swordsmen: Wrong Meeting, Vol. 2 [cd]
Various Artists: Furry Selection: Luxury Cuts Of Trojan Chosen By A Super Furry Animal [cd]
Various Artists: Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur [cd]
Various Artists: Nancy Drew (Music From The Motion Picture) [cd]
Wooden Wand: James and the Quiet [cd]

Queens of the Stone Age - Sick, Sick, Sick (off their new album)

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Comments (10)

wooden wand is amazing.

Posted by Anonymous | June 11, 2007 12:26 PM

Comedian Paul F. Tompkins has a new comedy album (called Impersonal) coming out. Not sure if it's going to be available in stores but you can get it on aspecialthing.com

Posted by trigrrrcut | June 11, 2007 1:08 PM

the scissors for lefty album is soooo good.

Posted by andy | June 11, 2007 1:34 PM

O'death. New version of Head Home!

Posted by skeletor | June 11, 2007 2:27 PM

Toby Keith "Big Dog Daddy"

Posted by Anonymous | June 11, 2007 3:04 PM

Run, with Scissors for Lefty's latest album in your hands, to your friend's place & play this great album for them.

Posted by Tim | June 11, 2007 5:19 PM

Dog Day comes out this week as well, I think. Fun little album.

Posted by Jeff | June 11, 2007 5:35 PM

I like the stuff Monahans is putting out

Posted by Anonymous | June 11, 2007 6:06 PM

Immaculate Machine's name is singular, not plural.

Posted by Anonymous | June 11, 2007 7:11 PM

That Joan as Police Woman record is fantastic. Not only does Antony sing with her on "I Defy", but Joseph Arthur provides backup vocals and plays on about 4 tracks. One of my favorite albums from the past year...The US release has all the UK B-sides on the second disc too.

Posted by Jim | June 12, 2007 11:01 PM

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