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auto
01-01-12, 10:47 PM
Stole this from another forum. What are you looking forward to and what is missing?

http://www.torontosun.com/2011/12/30/most-anticipated-albums-of-2012

Out with the old tunes and in with the new. Here are 12 of the most-anticipated albums of 2012 -- and 75 more that could be on the way. But before you mark the calendar, remember: Everything is subject to change -- especially the titles of most of the year's big releases.

1 | Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band | TBA

The Boss returns with his 17th studio album -- the followup to 2009's ambitious but uneven Working on a Dream. How he'll handle the loss of late, great sax colossus Clarence Clemons remains to be seen -- Nils Lofgren was tight-lipped when I talked to him recently -- but one thing is certain: Any year with a new Springsteen CD beats a year without one.

2 | Leonard Cohen | Old Ideas

Further proof that old guys rule: In the wake of his triumphant comeback tour and an avalanche of honours, the 77-year-old Canadian folk-poet -- who remains blessed with the gift of the golden voice -- will release his first studio disc since 2004 on Jan. 31.

3 | Beach Boys | TBA

After decades of lawsuits and backbiting, surf-pop genius Brian Wilson and his former bandmates Mike Love and Al Jardine have buried the hatchet and reunited after 15 years. Granted, without Dennis and Carl Wilson it won't be a true reunion, but hey, better than nothing.

4 | Black Sabbath | TBA

Also regrouping: Heavy metal godfathers Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, who are in the studio with Rick Rubin recording their first full-length since 1978's fittingly titled Never Say Die. Hail Satan and pass the Metamucil.

5 | Van Halen | - FEB 2012

Jump back, fans. The good news is that a disc from David Lee Roth and the Van Halen clan -- last heard together back in 1984 (the year and

the album) -- seems closer than ever. The bad news? It seemed that way last year too.

6 | Paul McCartney | My Valentine

Macca's first pop album since 2007's Memory Almost Full will be a disc of old-timey music-hall standards and like-minded originals, released

one week before Valentine's Day. Guess some people still want to fill the world with you-know-what.

7 | Green Day | TBA

OK, it's only been two years since 21st Century Breakdown. But the Bay Area pop-punks have been road-testing some 15 new tunes -- including a song for the late Amy Winehouse -- at recent club shows. So a new studio album shouldn't be too far behind, right?

8 | Rush | Clockwork Angels

Tick tock, dudes. Way back in the summer of 2010, the long-running Canadian power trio teased us with two tracks -- Caravan and BU2B -- from this 19th studio album. Word is they'll finally unveil the rest this June.

9 | Madonna | TBA

She's playing the Super Bowl. And she just signed a three-album deal with a new label. Maybe they all know something we don't. In any case, the 53-year-old Material ... er, Girl will release her latest album in March, with first single Gimme All Your Luvin due in late January.

10 | No Doubt | TBA

There's no doubt Gwen Stefani and her boys have had some creative difficulties crafting this followup to 2001's Rock Steady. That could mean it's going to be really good -- or not. Either way, it's time for them to put up or shut up.

11 | ZZ Top | TBA

Like VH and No Doubt, the weirdly bearded Tejas trio haven't been setting any speed records in the studio. But according to guitarist Billy Gibbons, the long-overdue sequel to 2003's Mescalero is in the can and arriving this year.

12 | Dr. Dre | Detox

Let's be diplomatic and say that the superstar rap producer has been, well, painstakingly crafting this chronically delayed disc for a nearly a decade. At this point, he's headed for Chinese Democracy territory, so I'll believe it when I hear it. Still, a guy can dream, can't he?

... AND 75 MORE ALBUMS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2012

CONFIRMED SIGHTINGS

January

Adam Ant | Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner's Daughter

Joe Cocker | Hard Knocks

Lana Del Rey | Born to Die

Ani DiFranco | Which Side Are You On?

Dion | Tank Full of Blues

The Doors | L.A. Woman: 40th Anniversary Edition

Kathleen Edwards | Voyageur

Craig Finn | Clear Heart Full Eyes

Lamb of God | Resolution

Tim McGraw | Emotional Traffic

Kellie Pickler | 100 Proof

John K. Samson | Provincial

Seal | Soul 2

Ringo Starr | Ringo 2012

February

Air | Le Voyage Dans La Lune

Bahamas | Bar Chords

Dierks Bentley | Home

VV Brown | Lollipops & Politics

The Chieftains | Voices of Ages

The Cranberries | Roses

The Fray | Scars and Stories

Islands | A Sleep & A Forgetting

Greg Keelor, Travis Good & Gordon Pinsent | Down & Out in UpAlong

Lyle Lovett | Release Me

Marilyn Manson | Born Villain

Katie Melua | Secret Symphony

Sinead O'Connor | Home

Pink Floyd | The Wall: Immersion Box Set

Mitch Ryder | The Promise

Silverstein | Short Songs

Sleigh Bells | Reign of Terror

Esperanza Spalding | Radio Music Society

Joe Walsh | Analog Man

March

All American Rejects | TBA

50 Cent | Before I Self-Destruct

Adam Lambert | Trespassing

The Magnetic Fields | Love at the Bottom of the Sea

Miike Snow | TBA

Ministry | Relapse

Lionel Richie | Tuskeegee

Rye Rye | Go Pop Band

The Shins | Port of Morrow

Ting Tings | Sounds From Nowheresville

April

The Hives | TBA

K'Naan | TBA

La Roux | TBA

Slash | TBA

May

Keane | TBA

Maroon 5 | TBA

Nikki Yanofsky | TBA

Stars | TBA

ALSO DUE THIS YEAR

Aerosmith | TBA

Billy Talent TBA

Blue Rodeo | TBA

Creed | TBA

The Cult | TBA

Deftones | TBA

Faith Hill | TBA

How to Destroy Angels | TBA

KISS | Monster

Linkin Park | TBA

Lucero | Women & Work

John Mayer | Born and Raised

Mazzy Star | TBA

Metric | TBA

Mumford & Sons | TBA

Muse | TBA

Offspring | Apocalyptic Guides & Inferno Theme About Nothing Meaningful

Paramore | TBA

Queens of the Stone Age | TBA

The Smashing Pumpkins | Oceania

Soundgarden | TBA

Tenacious D | Rise of the Phoenix

Tool | TBA

will.i.am | Black Einstein

Mike86
01-01-12, 11:36 PM
I'll pick up the new Rush, Springsteen, McCartney, Queens of the Stone Age, and Black Sabbath albums for sure. I've also heard Pearl Jam are working on a new album so hopefully that's out this year. I've basically given up on Green Day but I'm sure I'll at least listen to whatever they put out one time.

bunkaroo
01-01-12, 11:44 PM
Storm Corrosion - Steven Wilson and Mikael Akerfeldt project

Giantrobo
01-02-12, 02:34 AM
All I need for the year.


8 | Rush | Clockwork Angels

Tick tock, dudes. Way back in the summer of 2010, the long-running Canadian power trio teased us with two tracks -- Caravan and BU2B -- from this 19th studio album. Word is they'll finally unveil the rest this June.

rw2516
01-02-12, 05:23 AM
Which ever classic Stones album that comes out next fall with 2nd disc of previously unreleased tracks. My bet, it'll be Goat's Head Soup.

The Black
01-02-12, 10:13 AM
Looking forward to:
Black Sabbath
Lana Del Rey
Marilyn Manson (just curious)
Sleigh Bells
La Roux
Slash
Aerosmith
Deftones
How To Destroy Angels
Muse
Queens Of The Stone Age
Soundgarden
Tool

More than I expected really!

Oliver Clothesoff
01-02-12, 10:16 AM
The Walkmen
Future of the Left
Dinosaur Jr (fingers crossed)

Traxan
01-02-12, 12:18 PM
Nightwish

Shinedown

Rush

Tool

Soilwork

Testament

kstublen
01-02-12, 01:46 PM
I'm looking forward to new albums from The Little Willies and Ingrid Michaelson this month.

Later this year I'm also anticipating new releases from Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Metric, Keane, Lyle Lovett, Mumford & Sons, La Roux, Kid Cudi, Dr. Dre, Passion Pit, B.o.B, Tenacious D, G.O.O.D. Music, Ke$ha, and Big K.R.I.T.

And I can't wait for the new studio album from Garbage.

Maxflier
01-02-12, 05:58 PM
Sleigh Bells
How To Destroy Angels
Lacuna Coil
Die Antwoord
Valora (I'm assuming they will release their debut album at some point this year)

statcat
01-02-12, 06:00 PM
The Biters album...that's it

yoshimi
01-02-12, 06:11 PM
Tool

With this I could be set for the entire year.

Bluelitespecial
01-02-12, 06:52 PM
Looking forward to the followup to Slash's first solo album. From what he said on That Metal Show, Miles Kennedy will sing on the whole album.

Coral
01-02-12, 08:42 PM
No concrete dates for any of these:

Aimee Mann (talk is it's due out in the spring and is called "Charmer")
Fiona Apple (album's been sitting on the shelf for a year - yet again... no title)
Cat Power (due in the spring - no title announced)

Supermallet
01-03-12, 01:18 AM
Lana Del Rey, Leonard Cohen, and Cat Power. Really not looking forward to the Beach Boys reunion. No way that's any good.

PhantomStranger
01-03-12, 01:22 AM
Leonard Cohen is about it for me this year, though there always seems to be a few new acts each year that produce good albums.

davidh777
01-03-12, 02:13 AM
I'll pick up the Katie Melua

Michael Corvin
01-03-12, 08:14 AM
Nearly all my favorite bands put out new stuff in 2011 leaving 2012 kinda sparse for me. I'm always down for new Offspring though.

Coheed & Cambria are working on something new which I'll pick up.

Lacuna Coil has a new one on Jan. 24th.

And last but not least, I recently discovered Mediaeval Baebes and they have a new one due in the Spring.

I got in on the early Nightwish release otherwise that would be at the top of my list. :D

foofighters7
01-03-12, 08:33 AM
Only Really looking forward to the new QOTSA album if it even comes out in 12'.

madcougar
01-03-12, 01:33 PM
I thought I read we were getting a new U2 album this year... oh well.

Liver&Onions
01-03-12, 01:46 PM
:up: John K Samson
:up::up: Tool

Traxan
01-03-12, 02:11 PM
Shinedown just released a single to iTunes. It's different from their usual stuff in a way I can't quite place.

Geofferson
01-03-12, 02:16 PM
Pretty much just the new Van Halen.

mikeh
01-03-12, 04:06 PM
I just read that Sinead O'connor's new album is now called "How About I Be Me (And You Be You)" and is due out on February 20th.

PopcornTreeCt
01-03-12, 05:40 PM
Mumford & Sons
Green Day
Esperanza Spalding
Bruce Springsteen
Garbage

yoshimi
01-03-12, 05:47 PM
I sure hope the new Springsteen is better than his last four or five studio albums. This might be the first time I wait on reviews and don't pick it up on day one.

Traxan
01-03-12, 07:17 PM
Woohoo, new Shinedown 2 days before my birthday!

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Rocketdog2000
01-03-12, 09:19 PM
In the not too distant future (out January 24th) - Nada Surf's latest album.

Also...
The Shins
Van Halen

Tenacious D
01-04-12, 09:15 AM
I'm looking forward to more than I thought too:

Storm Corrosion - Steven Wilson and Mikael Akerfeldt project
Van Halen
Rush
Muse
Soundgarden
Tool
Coheed & Cambria
Queens of the Stone Age
The Hives
Garbage
Tenacious D

And one I didn't see mentioned yet, The Mars Volta. Anyone know when they'll be releasing their new album?

freshticles
01-04-12, 12:33 PM
Hot Water Music
Propagandhi
Such Gold

Apple Gooncha
01-04-12, 03:02 PM
Storm Corrosion - Steven Wilson and Mikael Akerfeldt project

That and the new Meshuggah album for me.

Also, the new Woods of Ypres album I guess is officially out now in Europe. I'm not crazy about the one song I've heard from it, but I like practically all of their stuff, so I'll pick it up sometime soon.

Giles
01-04-12, 03:13 PM
Orbital
The Killers
Franz Ferdinand
The Stone Roses
Mouse On Mars
Air
The 2 Bears
Imperial Teen
The Big Pink

Throwing Copper
01-04-12, 06:32 PM
TOOL



had no idea MJK and company were putting out a new album. Cannot wait!

PopcornTreeCt
01-04-12, 09:07 PM
Since No Doubt changes their style for every album I wonder what sound they will copying now? Florence and the Machine?

frogfan
01-05-12, 12:31 AM
The XX
Sleigh Bells
The Shins

comanche_doyle
01-05-12, 01:04 AM
Tenacious D
Flying Colors
Soundgarden
Muse
Aimee Mann
Mazzy Star
Leonard Cohen
The Flower Kings

islandclaws
01-05-12, 11:07 AM
Tool
Van Halen
Testament
Ulver
Rush
QOTSA
The Flight of Sleipnir
Lamb of God

sauce07
01-05-12, 11:22 AM
Doesn't Phoenix have a new album coming out this year?

jimsumner
01-05-12, 11:37 AM
Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, Leonard Cohen, the Richard Thompson DVD.

FatTony
01-05-12, 11:56 AM
Hot Water Music
Propagandhi
Such Gold

:thumbsup:

I'll also add: The Menzingers, SHARKS, The Gaslight Anthem, Red City Radio, The Dopamines, Dear Landlord, No Trigger, Anti-Flag, and a ton more I know I'm forgetting. 2012 is going to be a great year for music (for me, anyway).

adrenaline78
01-05-12, 12:21 PM
I haven't been up in the music scene for awhile. But


Tool
Garbage
How to Destroy Angels
Soilwork
Nightwish
Lacuna Coil
Ministry

Giles
01-05-12, 12:27 PM
Doesn't Phoenix have a new album coming out this year?

yes, supposedly.

Coral
01-05-12, 07:57 PM
Totally forgot about The Little Willies, who have an new CD on Tuesday.

Streamed the album from NPR's site... and on the first spin I like it... a lot.

Instant buy Tuesday morning.

emanon
01-05-12, 08:28 PM
New Brendan Benson is due in April.

Quake1028
01-06-12, 03:39 PM
Aeop Rock*
Aesop Rock & Kimya Dawson
Story of the Year*
Biffy Clyro*
Gaslight Anthem*
Enter Shikari
Attack Attack!
TOOL
The Hives
How to Destroy Angels
Kanye West
No Doubt
Dr. Dre
The Shins
Tenacious D
Offspring
Metric
Phoenix

* = Unannounced

dolphinboy
01-30-12, 10:13 PM
Lana Del Rey, Leonard Cohen, and Cat Power. Really not looking forward to the Beach Boys reunion. No way that's any good.

I was hoping you (or anyone) might be able to tell me if there are explicit songs on the Lana Del Rey cd.

I still like to have a physical copy of my cd, but Target has the deluxe edition, although their website shows them to have 1 song less than UK deluxe and the iTunes deluxe.

Neither of those would be edited, but the UK version is like $23 and the iTunes is just digital. Target would definitely have a clean album if there is a clean album.

Any help with this would be much appreciated. Thanks.

Traxan
01-30-12, 11:02 PM
Coming April 10:

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