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Pearl Jam: Live at the Gorge 05/06

Gorge is made both for the setlist hounds and those who would like to catch up with live Pearl Jam, but want someone else to do the deciding.

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18 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

U.S.D.A.: Young Jeezy Presents U.S.D.A.: Cold Summer

Young Jeezy introduces the next harvest from the South with his trio U.S.D.A. Is it government approved? Go to the thugz seminar and find out.

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Kenny Werner: Lawn Chair Society

Fully integrated electro-acoustic jazz from a journeyman pianist -- a revelation.

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Rob Crow: I Hate You, Rob Crow

The first single from Living Well is good enough to convince any Pinback fans who were on the fence about Crow's solo work.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:03 PM

Vladislav Delay: Whistleblower

Whistleblower sounds like a concept album, a charting of an insular submarine world where the lapping synths and burbling sub bass from outside are balanced against a clatter of mechanical and human presence.

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Joell Ortiz: The Brick: Bodega Chronicles

The Brock: Bodega Chronicles works as an independent teaser for his upcoming full-length.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:01 PM

Putumayo: Women of the World

Despite the different springs feeding into these women's inspirational homes, the album is successful at uniting these unique, accomplished musicians.

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Stirling: The Fall Of The Winter Palace

Fans of Brit pop should cherish a band and an album as terrific as this.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Chris Whitley and Jeff Lang: Dislocation Blues

Australian bluesman Jeff Lang teams up with the late Chris Whitley for a progressive blues super-session that serves as timely reminder that Whitley left this world too soon.

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Crowded House: Time on Earth

Billy Corgan isn't the only one reviving a popular band name this summer.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Jesse Harris: Feel

Feel is impeccable is nearly every way – except in its ability to engage the listener. That's kinda big.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Julian Fane: Our New Quarters

Somewhat unsurprising electronic indie-rock which, especially considering his vocal style, comes off sounding like a slightly fuller, broader-paletted version of Thom Yorke's The Eraser.

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Jefferson Airplane: Sweeping Up the Spotlight – Live at the Fillmore East 1969

The 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love is upon us, and the music gods have seen fit to bless the masses with some great newly released music from the era.

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Krafty Kuts: Fabriclive 34

Krafty Kuts keeps the breaks coming so fast and funky you'll get whiplash. Look out!

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17 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Papa Noel: Café Noir

Papa Noel's songs sound even more Cuban than you would expect from the doyen of a music scene inspired by Cubans.

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16 Jul 2007 // 11:04 PM

Marmoset: Florist Fired

Marmoset has created an album of Velvet Underground-inspired pop dirges for the ADD set.

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16 Jul 2007 // 11:03 PM

Thilges: La Double Absence

La Double Absence is a lovely approximation of Persian and Afghan songcraft, with surprisingly subtle bits of electronics mixed in.

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B is for Brontosaurus, and O is definitely for obnoxious.

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Various Artists: Up and Dance! Updated

This various artist CD presents the Ostgut label’s attempt to combine modern electronic music with classic ballet.

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16 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

The Icicles: Arrivals and Departures”

Good pop candy shouldn’t have such a sweet aftertaste, for it only brings a stomach ache, as the ear craves for something in so little.

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