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Various Artists: Strange Passion

You know that a rarities collection is digging deep when the most famous band featured is the Virgin Prunes.

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The Gaslamp Killer: Breakthrough

Breakthrough is a substantive piece of work, an album to be reckoned with by critics and fans alike.

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Brainfeeder

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Aimee Wilson: Unto Us the Sun

A singer-songwriter album achieves an otherworldly beauty through delicate expressions of pantheistic spirituality.

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Adrian Sherwood: Survival & Resistance

Dubby downtempo electronics make for pleasant if unchallenging listen.

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Rita Pavone: The International Teen-age Sensation

In the year of "Zou Bisou Bisou", all reissues are possible.

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Rock Paper Scissors

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Chick Corea & Gary Burton: Hot House

Seventy-five minutes of acoustic jazz and a comfortable reunion of old friends -- maybe a little too comfortable.

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On-U Sound

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The Black Twig Pickers: Whompyjawed EP

This hoedown unfolds according to its own sense of time.

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Guido Möbius: Spirituals

A German electronic musician mounts a pointless assault on tradition.

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Phantom/Ghost: Pardon My English

Deutsche singen auf Englisch. It doesn't quite translate.

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Elizabeth Cook: Gospel Plow EP

An independent-minded country singer gets religion.

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Various Artists: Trevor Jackson Presents Metal Dance

One of the last decade's most influential UK dance producers looks to the 1980s, but digs deeper than trendy nostalgia.

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Black Music Disaster: Black Music Disaster

If you listen to only one organ-driven free-jazz album featuring members of Spiritualized and Spring Heel Jack in 2012, make it this one.

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Erdem Helvacioğlu: Timeless Waves

An electronic composer gets in touch with his emotions.

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Nick Butcher: Free Jazz Bitmaps Vol. 1

House is house and free jazz is free jazz. Never the twain shall meet?

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Ultravox: Brilliant

The consummate New Romantics rekindle their old spirit, but stop there.

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