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July/August 2006 New Release List Thread

JULY 4
Banca De Gaia "Farewell Ferengistan"
Blow Up Hollywood "The Diaries of Private Henry Hill [CD/DVD]"
Johnny Cash "American V: A Hundred Highways"
Peter Gammons (yes, the baseball analyst) "Never Slow Down, Never Grow Old"
Rodney Jerkins (producer) "Versatility"
Ziggy Marley "Love Is My Religion" (to be sold exclusively in Target stores)
Mark McGuinn "One Man's Crazy"
Alice Peacock "Who I Am"
Rise Against "The Sufferer & The Witness"
Various artists "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest [film soundtrack]"
Carolyn Hester "Tradition Years"
Delbert McClinton "The Definitive Collection"
Various artists "American Folk & Blues: The Roots of Americana"
Various artists "The Best of Miami Vice [TV soundtrack]"
Various artists "Femme Fatales: The 12 Leading Ladies of Electronica"
Various artists "Roots & Branches: Artists, Songs & Recordings That Inspired the Legend of Johnny Cash"
Various artists "Summer Beach Party: Songs From the Classic Beach Movies of the '60s"
Various artists "Ultimate Dance"
Glenn Yarbrough "Tradition Years: Come Sit By My Side"
Emerson, Lake & Palmer "The Live Broadcasts [DVD]"
Kinks, The "The Live Broadcasts [DVD]"
Nylons, The "Live in Tokyo and More ... [DVD]"
Pitbull "Mr. 305: The Pitbull Story [DVD]"
Van Der Graaf Generator "The Live Broadcasts [DVD]"

JULY 11
Adored, The "A New Language"
Alcian Blue "Alcian Blue"
All That Remains (fronted by ex-Shadows Fall singer Philip Labonte) "The Fall of Ideals"
Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys "Turntable Matinee"
Bury Your Dead "Beauty and the Breakdown"
Jen Chapin "Ready"
Cult of Luna "Somewhere Along the Highway"
Cut Chemist (former Jurassic 5 DJ) "The Audience's Listening"
Cansei de Ser Sexy "Cansei de Ser Sexy"
Capitol Steps, The "I'm So Indicted"
Dead to Me "Cuban Ballerina"
Johnny Dowd "Cruel Words"
Early November, The "The Mechanic, The Mother and The Path" (3 CDs) Ramblin' Jack Elliott "I Stand Alone"
Evaline "Postpartum Modesty. A Portrait of Skin [EP]"
Format, The "Dog Problems"
John Gorka "Writing in the Margins"
Greg Graffin (of Bad Religion) "Cold as the Clay"
Robert Earl Keen "Live at the Ryman: The Greatest Show Ever Been Gave"
Khia "Gangstress"
Cheyenne Kimball "The Day Has Come"
Greg Laswell "Through Toledo"
Living End, The "State of Emergency"
Muse "Black Holes and Revelations"
Peaches "Impeach My Bush"
Plaid "Greedy Baby [CD/DVD]"
Rhymefest "Blue Collar"
Seether "One Cold Night [CD/DVD]" (live at Philadelphia's Grape Street in February)
Bob Sinclar "Western Dream"
Some Girls (featuring Juliana Hatfield, Freda Love, Heidi Gluck) "Crushing Love" (with bonus DVD)
Soul Asylum "The Silver Lining" (first studio album since 1998)
Strapping Young Lad "The New Black"
Various artists "The Backyardigans Groove to the Music [TV soundtrack]"
Various artists "Graciously: A Wavelab/Funzalo Records Compilation"
Various artists "Hello Radio: The Songs of They Might Be Giants" (tribute album)
Various artists "Music From the Film The Groomsmen [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "NOW That's What I Call Music! 22" (20 songs - S.O.S., Bad Day, & more)
Various artists "The Pilgrim: A Celebration of Kris Kristofferson" (all-star tribute album)
Butch Walker "The Rise and Fall of Butch Walker and the Let's Go Out Tonites"
Ben Watt (of Everything But the Girl) "Buzzin' Fly Vol. 3"
JR Writer (of Dipset) "History in the Making"
Thom Yorke (of Radiohead) "The Eraser"
Booker T. & The MG's "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Solomon Burke "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Canned Heat "Canned, Labeled and Shelved" (2 CDs)
Ray Charles "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Drifters, The "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Everly Brothers "The Very Best of , Vol. 1," "The Very Best of , Vol. 2"
Jesus & Mary Chain "[5 DualDiscs]"
Freedy Johnston "Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA: April 25th, 1998"
Curtis Mayfield "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Moloko "Catalogue: The Best of"
Tom Paxton "Live at McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA: February 23rd, 1991"
Phish "Live in Brooklyn" (3 CDs)
Wilson Pickett "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Otis Redding "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Sam & Dave "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Spinners "The Definitive Soul Collection" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Brunswick Top 40 R&B Singles 1966-1975" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Club Hits: The Platinum Collection"
Various artists "D-Block CD/DVD Mixtape"
Various artists "Energy 92.7 FM Presents Pure Dance"
Johnny Cash "The Man in Black: Live in Denmark 1971 [DVD]"
Phish "Live in Brooklyn [DVD]"
Pink Floyd "Pulse [DVD]" (2 discs; 1994 film chronicles the group's final tour)
Derek Trucks Band, The "Songlines Live [DVD]"
Various artists "Doo Wop: Vocal Greats Live [DVD]"

JULY 18
Rodney Atkins "If You're Going Through Hell"
Black Stone Cherry "Black Stone Cherry"
Bone Crusher "Release the Beast"
Eric Church "Sinners Like Me"
Bruce Cockburn "Life Short Call Now"
Billy Ray Cyrus "Wanna Be Your Joe"
Flashlight Brown "Blue"
French Kicks, The "Two Thousand"
Lisa Germano "in the maybe world"
Golden Smog "Another Fine Day"
Helmet "Monochrome"
Los Lonely Boys "Sacred"
MSTRKRFT (side project of Death From Above 1979's Jesse F. Keeler) "The Looks"
N.O.R.E. "N.O.R.E. Y La Familia - Ya Tu Sabe"
John Pizzarelli "Dear Mr. Sinatra"
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The "Don't You Fake It"
Jeremy Spencer (original Fleetwood Mac member) "Precious Little" (his first album since 1979)
Chip Taylor "Unglorious Hallelujah/Red Red Rose and Other Songs of Love, Pain, Destruction" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Monster House [film soundtrack]"
Working Title, The "About-Face"
Bangles, The "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Bow Wow Wow "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Crosby/Nash "Highlights" (abbreviated version of 2004's "Crosby/Nash" double album)
Feist "Open Season: Remixes and Collabs"
Flock of Seagulls, A "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Loverboy "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Midnight Star "Ultimate Collection"
Eddie Money "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Mott the Hoople "Fuel Presents An Introduction to Mott the Hoople"
Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi "Fuel Presents An Introduction to The Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi"
Scandal "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Shalamar "Ultimate Collection"
Rick Springfield "We Are the '80s" (best-of)
Third Eye Blind "Third Eye Blind: A Collection [CD/DVD]" (includes B-sides, bonus tracks)
Various artists "Billboard #1s: Classic Country" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Dave Hamilton's Detroit Funk: Rare and Unreleased Twisted Funk 1967-1973"
Various artists "The Golden Age of American Popular Music: Hard-to-get Hot 100 Hits From 1956-1965"
Various artists "The Leiber & Stoller Story, Vol. 2: On the Horizon 1956-1962"
Various artists "Playboy Cocktail Mix"
XTC "Apple Box [box set]"
Fatboy Slim "The Greatest Hits - Why Try Harder [DVD]"
Neal McCoy "Neal McCoy Live! [DVD]"
Particle "Transformations Live [DVD]"

JULY 25
Alien Ant Farm "Up in the Attic"
Archie Bronson Outfit "Derbang Derbang"
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians "Stranger Things" (first album together since 1990)
Code Red "All Aboard"
Crazy Frog "More Crazy Hits"
Erase Errata "Night Life"
Excepter "Alternation"
Gran Bel Fisher "Full Moon Cigarette"
Michael Franti and Spearhead "Yell Fire!"
Gaelic Storm "Bring Yer Wellies"
Josh Gracin "All About Y'all"
Adam Green (former Moldy Peaches frontman) "Jacket Full of Danger"
Gym Class Heroes "As Cruel As Schoolchildren"
Sammy Hagar and the Wabos "Livin' It Up!"
Paul Hardcastle "Jazzmasters 5"
Harvey Danger "Little By Little ..."
House of Atreus "What You've Become"
Jurassic 5 "Feedback"
Will Kimbrough "Americanitis"
Klezmatics, The "Wonder Wheel: Lyrics By Woody Guthrie"
Knife, The "Silent Shout"
Late Cord, The "Lights From the Wheelhouse [EP]"
LeToya (Luckett) (formerly of Destiny's Child) "LeToya"
Toby Lightman "Bird On a Wire"
Long Winters, The "Putting the Days to Bed"
Raul Malo (of The Mavericks) "You're Only Lonely"
Mew "And the Glass Handed Kites"
Motor "Klunk"
New York Dolls "One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This [CD/DVD]" (group's first album since 1974)
Old Crow Medicine Show "Down Home Girl [EP]" (full-length album due Aug. 29)
Jake Owen "Startin' With Me"
Pastor Troy "Money & Power"
Tom Petty "Highway Companion"
Landon Pigg "LP"
Pimp C "Pimpalation"
Pure Reason Revolution "The Dark Third"
Lola Ray "Lies"
Pharrell (Williams) "In My Mind"
Rippingtons, The "20th Anniversary [CD/DVD]"
Linda Ronstadt/Ann Savoy "Adieu False Heart"
Rosewood Thieves, The "From the Decker House [EP]"
Say Hi to Your Mom "Impeccable Blahs"
Scritti Politti "White Bread, Black Beer"
Silversun Pickups "Carnavas"
Sleepy Jackson, The "Personality (One Was a Bird One Was a Spider)"
Slow Motion Reign "Slow Motion Reign"
Supersuckers "Paid [EP]"
Sylver "Nighttime Calls"
Tapes 'n Tapes "The Loon"
Vienna Teng "Dreaming Through the Noise"
Terror "Always the Hard Way"
Ali Farka Toure "Savane" (his last album, recorded before his death in March)
Various artists "Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man [film soundtrack]"
Venus Hum "The Colors in the Wheel"
Voivod (with ex-Metallica bassist Jason Newsted) "Katorz"
Paul Weller "Catch-Flame! Live at London Alexandra Palace" (concert in December)
Canned Heat "Instrumentals 1967-1996"
Gene & Debbe "Playboy: The Best of Gene & Debbe"
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five "Fresh & Furious: Hip Hop's Beginning"
Bruce Hornsby "Intersections 1985-2005 [CD/DVD]" (4-CD, 1-DVD box set)
Jon & Robin "Do It Again! The Best of Jon & Robin"
Glenn Jones "Forever: Timeless R&B Classics"
Various artists "Barbie Hit Mix 2"
Various artists "Casey Kasem Presents: - Driving in the '50s, Driving in the '60s, Driving in the '70s"
Various artists "Soul Power Instrumentals"
Various artists "The Source: Fat Tape, Vol. 1"
Various artists "Ultra Lounge" (2 CDs)
Alien Ant Farm "BUSted [DVD]"
Beastie Boys "Beastie Boys Starring In Awesome: I ... Shot That! [DVD]"
Flogging Molly "Whiskey On a Sunday [DVD/CD]"
Delbert McClinton "Live From Austin TX [DVD]"
Bobby McFerrin "Swinging Bach: Bobby McFerrin and Guests [DVD]"
Barbra Streisand "My Name Is Barbra", "Color Me Barbra", "Belle of 14th Street" ([DVD] TV specials)
Stuart Sutcliffe "Stuart Sutcliffe: The Lost Beatle [DVD]"
Johnny Tillotson "Johnny Tillotson Sings His All-Time Greatest Hits [DVD]"
Various artists "Pure 80's: The Ultimate DVD Box [DVD]"

AUGUST 1
Peter Bradley Adams (formerly of eastmountainsouth) "Gather Up"
American Black Lung, The "... And They Rode Their Weapons Into War"
DMX "Year of the Dog ... Again"
Doodlebops, The "Rock & Bop with the Doodlebops [TV soundtrack]"
Five For Fighting "Two Lights"
FM Static "Critically Ashamed"
Gasoline Heart "You Know Who You Are"
Kacey Jones "Kacey Jones Sings Mickey Newbury"
Kidz Bop Kids "Kidz Bop 10"
Kill Hannah "Until There's Nothing Left of Us"
G. Love "Lemonade"
John McLaughlin "Industrial Zen"
Monty Are I "Wall of People"
Ollabelle (led by Amy Helm, daughter of Levon Helm) "Riverside Battle Songs"
Renee Olstead (stars in the CBS series "Still Standing") "Skylark"
Jeannie Ortega "No Place Like BKLYN"
Kelly Joe Phelps "Tunesmith Retrofit"
Pink Spiders, The "Teenage Graffiti"
Powerman 5000 (new members: Terry Corso, Johnny Rock) "Destroy What You Enjoy"
Reel Big Fish "Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album"
Derek Sherinian "Blood of the Snake"
Showbread "Age of Reptiles"
Stone Sour "Come What(ever) May"
Towers of London "Blood, Sweat & Towers"
Various artists "The Ant Bully [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "Monsieur Gainsbourg: Revisited" (all-star tribute to the late Serge Gainsbourg)
Vaux "Beyond Virtue, Beyond Vice"
Audio Adrenaline "Adios: The Greatest Hits"
Count Basie "One O'Clock Jump: The Very Best of Count Basie"
Blank & Jones "The Singles"
Eddie Boyd "The Sonet Blues Story"
Brecker Brothers, The "Sneakin' Up Behind You: The Very Best of The Brecker Brothers"
Rosemary Clooney "Come On-A My House: The Very Best of Rosemary Clooney"
Johnny Copeland "Fuel Presents An Introduction to Johnny Copeland"
Snooks Eaglin "The Sonet Blues Story"
Dizzy Gillespie "Night in Tunisia: The Very Best of Dizzy Gillespie"
Daryl Hall & John Oates "The Philadelphia Years: The Definitive Collection of Their Philly Roots"
Billie Holiday "God Bless the Child: The Very Best of Billie Holiday"
Lightnin' Hopkins "Fuel Presents An Introduction to Lightnin' Hopkins"
Lightnin' Hopkins "The Sonet Blues Story"
Journey "Infinity", "Evolution", "Escape", "Greatest Hits" (each contains bonus tracks)
Ronnie Milsap "The Essential Ronnie Milsap" (2 CDs)
Buck Owens "21 #1 Hits: The Ultimate Collection"
Charlie Parker "Charlie Parker For Lovers"
Elvis Presley "Elvis Live," "Elvis Movies," "Elvis R&B"
Otis Rush "The Sonet Blues Story"
J.D. Short "The Sonet Blues Story"
Steely Dan "The Definitive Collection"
Sunnyland Slim "The Sonet Blues Story"
Various artists "The Best of Classic Country '70s"
Various artists "Billboard #1's: The '70s" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Monsieur Gainsbourg: The Originals"
Various artists "No Limit Records Greatest Hits"
Various artists "Rap It Up" (3 CDs)
Sarah Vaughan "Send in the Clowns: The Very Best of Sarah Vaughan"
Dinah Washington "Dinah Washington For Lovers"
Sonny Boy Williamson "The Best of Sonny Boy Williamson"
Chris Botti "Chris Botti Live With Orchestra & Special Guests [DVD]"
Clash, The "Rude Boy [DVD]" (1980 "rockumentary," seen through the eyes of punk-rock fan Ray Gange)
Alice Cooper "The Nightmare Returns [DVD]"
Elvis Presley "Elvis: '68 Comeback Special [DVD]," "Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii [DVD]"
Trachtenburg Family, The "Slideshow Players: Off & On Broadway [DVD]"
Various artists "Beavis and Butt-head: The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3 [DVD]" (3 discs)

AUGUST 8
Blood Meridian (side project of Black Mountain bassist Matthew Camirand) "Kick Up the Dust"
Breaking Benjamin "Phobia"
Greg Brown "The Evening Call"
Cassie "Cassie"
C-Bo "Money to Burn"
Cinder "House Full of Trust"
Comets on Fire "Avatar"
Cult of Luna "Somewhere Along the Highway"
Daughters "Hell Songs"
Ani DiFranco "Reprieve"
Dirty Pretty Things (led by the Libertines' Carl Barat) "Waterloo to Anywhere"
Deryl Dodd "Full Circle"
Bernard Fanning (Powderfinger frontman) "Tea & Sympathy"
Fourplay "Fourplay X"
Matthew Friedberger (of Fiery Furnaces) "Winter Women/Holy Ghost Language School" (2 CDs)
Gin Blossoms "Major Lodge Victory" (first studio album since 1996)
Anthony Gomes "Music Is the Medicine"
Nina Gordon "Bleeding Heart Graffiti"
Hellogoodbye "Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!"
Jonas Brothers "It's About Time"
Kaki King "... Until We Felt Red"
La Rocca "The Truth"
Left Alone "Dead American Radio"
Love Arcade "Love Arcade"
Tony Lucca (a Mickey Mouse Club member in the '90s) "Canyon Songs"
Masta Killa "Made in Brooklyn"
Meg & Dia "Something Real"
Jim Noir "Tower of Love"
Lola Ray "Lies"
Moshav Band "Misplaced"
Judith Owen (wife of Harry Shearer) "Here"
Reckless Kelly "Reckless Kelly Was Here" (live DVD and 2-CD set was recorded at La Zona Rosa in Austin)
Rick Ross "Port of Miami"
Sadies, The "The Sadies in Concert: Volume One" (2-CD set recorded at Toronto's Lee's Palace)
Bob Schneider "The Californian"
Selah "Bless the Broken Road: The Duets Album"
Sigur Rós "Sćglópur [EP]" (with DVD; Hear here)
Slayer "Christ Illusion"
Todd Snider "The Devil You Know"
Under the Influence of Giants "Under the Influence of Giants"
Unearth "III: In the Eyes of Fire"
Various artists "Step Up [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "World Trade Center [film soundtrack]"
Jody Watley "The Makeover: Journey to Electronic Soul"
Aly & AJ "In the Rush" (2005 album; with bonus DVD)
Average White Band "The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Tab Benoit "Best of the Bayou Blues"
James Brown "Funk It: Remixed Hits"
Chic "The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Cure, The "The Top" (1984), "The Head on the Door" (1985), "Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me" (1987) all 2CDs
Delgados, The "The Complete BBC Peel Sessions"
DJ Quik "Born and Raised in Compton: The Greatest Hits"
Funkadelic "Motor City Madness: The Ultimate Funkadelic Compilation" (2 CDs)
Gap Band, The "Gold" (2 CDs)
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five "The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Hootie & the Blowfish "Live in Charleston"
Louvin Brothers, The "My Baby's Gone: The Essential Louvin Brothers 1955-1964"
Mavericks, The "Gold" (2 CDs)
Ginny Owens "If You Want Me To: The Best of Ginny Owens"
Ozark Mountain Daredevils "1980 Reunion Concert: Rhythm and Joy"
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles "Gold" (2 CDs)
Boz Scaggs "Hits!"
Sherbet "Very Best of Sherbet"
Sister Sledge "The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Slave "The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Tears For Fears "Gold" (2 CDs)
UFO "Fuel Presents An Introduction to UFO"
Various artists "Blue's Clues: Blue's Biggest Hits"
Various artists "Breakfast Club London"
Various artists "British Invasion Gold" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Fuel Presents An Introduction to Country Gospel"
Various artists "70's Soul Gold" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Sugar Hill Records: The Definitive Groove Collection" (2 CDs)
Various artists "Women & Songs 2"
James Blunt "Chasing Time: The Bedlam Sessions [DVD]"
David Grisman Quartet "Classic Dawg [DVD]" (1983 concert at the Montreal International Jazz Festival)
Led Zeppelin "The Origin of the Species: A Critical Review of the Band's Roots and Branches [DVD]"
Tegan and Sara "It's Not Fun, Don't Do It! [DVD]"
Various artists "Jazz Shots From the East Coast, Vol. 2 & 3 [2 seperate DVDs]"
Various artists "Jazz Shots From the West Coast, Vol. 2 & 3 [2 seperate DVDs]"

AUGUST 15
A Change of Pace "Prepare the Masses"
Trace Adkins "Dangerous Man"
Christina Aguilera "Back to Basics" (2 CDs)
Rory Block "The Lady and Mr. Johnson" (all covers of Robert Johnson songs)
Cham "Ghetto Story"
Cherish "Unappreciated"
Damnwells, The "Air Stereo"
Andy Fairweather Low "Sweet Soulful Music"
Philip Glass "The Illusionist [film soundtrack]"
Joe Grushecky "A Good Life" (Bruce Springsteen guests on three tracks)
Lyfe Jennings "The Phoenix"
Joanna (Pacitti) "This Crazy Life"
Sarah Kelly "When the Past Meets Today"
Maria Muldaur "Heart of Mine: Maria Muldaur Sings Love Songs of Bob Dylan"
Leigh Nash (formerly of Sixpence None the Richer) "Blue on Blue"
Panic Channel (Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Chris Chaney and lead singer Steve Isaacs) "(ONe)"
Reel Big Fish "Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album"
Mike Stern "Who Let the Cats Out?"
Obie Trice "Second Round's on Me"
Various artists "The Cheetah Girls 2 [TV soundtrack]"
Various artists "Phat Girlz [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "Snakes On a Plane: The Album [film soundtrack]"
Willie Bobo "Lost and Found"
Crystal Gayle "Ultimate Collection: Live" (with bonus DVD)
Grand Funk Railroad "Greatest Hits [CD/DVD]"
John Lee Hooker "Crawlin' King Snake"
Monkees "The Monkees" (1966 album), "More of the Monkees" (1967 album) (both 2-CD deluxe editions)
Oak Ridge Boys "The Definitive Collection" (24 hits)
Bonnie Raitt "VH1 Classic Decades Rock Live! Presents Bonnie Raitt and Friends [CD/DVD]"
Sublime "Sublime: Deluxe Edition" (1996 album; 2 CDs w/15 bonus tracks, 8 unreleased, plus remixes and videos)
Various artists "Drum Nation Volume 3"
Various artists "Hong Kong Phooey: The Complete Series [DVD]" (2 discs)
Various artists "Magilla Gorilla: The Complete Series [DVD]" (4 discs)
Various artists "The Simpsons: The Complete Eighth Season [DVD]" (4 discs)
Weird Al Yankovic "Weird Al Show: Complete Series [DVD]" (1997-98 CBS Saturday morning kids' show)
Yanni "Yanni Live! The Concert Event [DVD]"

AUGUST 22
Alexisonfire "Crisis"
Geri Allen "Timeless Portraits and Dreams" (2 CDs)
Eric Bachmann (of Crooked Fingers) "To the Races"
Lullaby Baxter "Gardens Cities of To-Morrow"
Layzie Bone "The New Revolution"
Ann Hampton Callaway "Blues in the Night" (also available as Hybrid SACD)
Casualties, The "Under Attack"
Crazy Frog "Crazy Frog Presents More Crazy Hits"
Cursive "Happy Hollow"
Danity Kane (girl group formed on "Making the Band 3") "Danity Kane"
Darker My Love "Darker My Love"
Deadsy "Phantasmagore"
Deicide "The Stench of Redemption"
J Dilla "The Shining" (recorded shortly before his death Feb. 10)
DJ Kayslay & Greg Street "The Champions: The North Meets the South"
Early Day Miners "Offshore"
Edgewater "We're Not Robots ..."
Elaine Elias "Around the City"
Tommy Emmanuel "The Mystery"
Tobias Froberg "Somewhere in the City"
Fuck the Facts "Stigmata High-Five"
Goat "Twisted Heart"
Gov't Mule "High & Mighty"
Pat Green "Cannonball"
Guttermouth "Shave the Planet"
Sophie B. Hawkins "Live: The Bad Kitty Board Mix"
Paris Hilton "Paris"
Gary Hoey "American Made"
Jonny Lives! "Get Steady"
Kelis "Kelis Was Here"
Lambchop "Damaged"
Lamb of God "Sacrament"
Last Ditch Remedy "The Following"
Christine Lavin & Friends "One Meat Ball: The Album - The Cookbooklet" (guests: Jonathan Edwards, Julie Gold, Sally Fingerett, Doc Watson, Jeff Daniels, Tom Paxton, etc.)
Maná "Amar Es Combatir"
Mercy Killers "Bloodlove"
Amy Millan (Stars and Broken Social Scene member) "Honey From the Tombs" (out in Canada on June 6)
Roger Miret and The Disasters "My Riot"
Mountain Goats, The "Get Lonely"
Keith Murray "Keith Murray"
Jennifer O'Connor "Over the Mountain, Across the Valley and Back to the Stars"
OutKast "Idlewild [film soundtrack]"
(David) Pajo (of Slint/Tortoise) "1968"
Lee Scratch Perry "Panic in Brooklyn" (released in Switzerland in 2005; with a bonus CD of remixes)
Doc Powell "Doc Powell"
Primal Scream "Riot City Blues" (first studio album since 2002's "Evil Heat"; released in U.K. on June 5)
Radio Birdman "Zeno Beach" (Aussie punk group's first album in 25 years)
Ratatat "Classics"
Razorlight "Razorlight" (released in U.K. on July 17)
Reel Big Fish "Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album"
Lee Ritenour "Smoke 'N' Mirrors"
Carina Round "Slow Motion Addict"
Skye (ex-Morcheeba singer) "Mind How You Go"
PF Sloan "Sailover"
Spencer Dickinson "The Man Who Lives for Love"
Starsailor "On the Outside" (released in U.K. in November 2005)
Susanna and The Magical Orchestra "Melody Mountain"
Thermals, The "The Body, the Blood, the Machine"
Trainwreck Riders "Lonely Road Revival"
Vaeda "State of Nature"
Chad VanGaalen "Skelliconnection"
Various artists "Clerks II [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "Grey Gardens [original Off-Broadway cast recording]"
Various artists "Invincible [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "Phat Girlz [film soundtrack]"
Various artists "Radiodread: A Complete Reggae Version of Radiohead's OK Computer"
Various artists "Revenge of Blind Joe Death: The John Fahey Tribute Album"
Various artists "Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys"
Walls of Jericho "With Devils Amongst Us"
Nancy Wilson "Turned to Blue"
Broadcast "The Future Crayon" (B-sides, rarities)
Sammy Davis Jr. "The Definitive Collection"
Wilbert Harrison "Fuel Presents An Introduction to Wilbert Harrison"
Dave Hollister "The Definitive Collection"
Patti LaBelle "The Definitive Collection"
Marshall Tucker Band, The "Live On Long Island 04-18-80" (2 CDs)
Jelly Roll Morton "The Complete Library of Congress Recordings [box set]"
New Riders of the Purple Sage "The Best of New Riders of the Purple Sage"
Aldo Nova "The Best of Aldo Nova"
Prince "Ultimate" (2 CDs)
Candi Staton "The Ultimate Gospel Collection"
Tortoise "A Lazarus Taxon [CD/DVD box set]" (3-CD, 1-DVD set of rarities)
Luther Vandross "The Ultimate Luther Vandross" (includes two unreleased tracks)
Various artists "Crunk Hits Vol. 2"
Mae West "Come Up and See Me Sometime" (30-track best-of)
Black Label Society "The European Invasion: Doom Troopin' Live [DVD]"
James Brown "Live at Montreux 1981 [DVD]"
Steve Earle "Live at Montreux 2005 [DVD]"
John Entwistle "An Ox's Tale [DVD]"
Pixies "Pixies Acoustic: Live in Newport [DVD]"
Prince "Diamonds and Pearls [DVD]" (1992 home video)
Rainbow "Live in Munich 1977 [DVD]"
Lou Rawls "The Lou Rawls Show: With Duke Ellington [DVD]"
Various artists "From the Big Apple to the Big Easy: The Concert For New Orleans [DVD]" (2 discs)
Suzanne Vega "Live at Montreux 2004 [DVD]"

AUGUST 29
Beenie Man "Undisputed"
Birdmonster "No Midnight"
BT "This Binary Universe [CD/DVD]"
Buddhist Monks, The (of the Sakya Tashi Ling Monastery in Catalonia, Spain) "My Spirit Flies to You"
Tego Calderon "The Underdog/El Subestimado"
Crossfade "Falling Away"
Catie Curtis "Long Night Moon"
Paula DeAnda (16-year-old singer-songwriter) "Paula DeAnda"
Dirty Dozen Brass Band "What's Going On" (a reinterpretation of the 1971 Marvin Gaye album)
DJ Starscream (Sid Wilson #0 of Slipknot) "The New Leader"
Sasha Dobson "Modern Romance"
Bob Dylan "Modern Times" (also available with DVD)
Kenny Garrett "Beyond the Wall"
Thea Gilmore "Harpo's Ghost"
Godhead "The Shadow Line"
Grates, The "Gravity Won't Get You High"
GWAR "Beyond Hell" (with DVD)
Hatebreed "Supremacy"
Dave Holland Quintet "Critical Mass"
Jin "100 Grand Jin"
Ray LaMontagne "Till the Sun Turns Black"
John Lithgow "The Sunny Side of the Street" (children's album)
Loon "No Friends"
Lost Trailers, The "The Lost Trailers"
Method Man "4:21 ... The Day After"
Elizabeth Mitchell "You Are My Little Bird"
Sam Moore "Overnight Sensational"
Motörhead "Kiss of Death"
NoMeansNo "All Roads Lead to Ausfahrt" (first album of new material since 2000)
Old Crow Medicine Show "Big Iron World"
Stacie Orrico "Beautiful Awakening"
Persephone's Bees "Notes From the Underworld"
Suzi Quatro "Back to the Drive" (released in Japan in March)
Randies, The "Saw the Light"
Red Umbrella, The "Wishing for Boardwalk"
Roots, The "Game Theory"
Jessica Simpson "A Public Affair"
Tanya Stephens "Rebelution"
Summer Obsession, The "This Is Where You Belong"
Ty Tabor (King's X guitarist) "Rock Garden"
Too $hort "Blow the Whistle"
Tyde, The "Three's Co." (with two bonus tracks)
M. Ward "Post-War"
William Elliott Whitmore "Song of the Blackbird"
Pete Yorn "Nightcrawler"
Young Buck "Case Dismissed"
Young Dro "Best Thang Smokin' "
Beach Boys "Pet Sounds: 40th Anniversary [CD/DVD]" (1966 album; also available in limited-edition fuzzy package)
Black Crowes, The "The Lost Crowes" (2 CDs)
Dream Theater "Score: 20th Anniversary World Tour Live With the Octavarium Orchestra [CD/DVD]" (3 discs)
Steve Earle "The Definitive Collection"
Humble Pie "The Definitive Collection"
Kingston Trio, The "The Essential Kingston Trio" (2 CDs, 40 tracks)
Shelby Lynne "The Definitive Collection"
Dave Mason "The Definitive Collection"
Kathy Mattea "The Definitive Collection"
Primitives "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz" (15-track best-of)
Tanya Tucker "The Definitive Collection"
AC/DC "Music in Review [DVD]" (2 discs, with book)
Black Crowes, The "Who Killed That Bird Out On Your Window Sill ... The Movie [DVD]"
George Carlin "Jammin' in New York [DVD]" (1992 HBO concert)
Roger Chapman (lead singer of Family in the late '60s-early '70s) "Family & Friends [DVD]"
Eric Clapton "Music in Review [DVD]"
Clash, The "Rock Milestones - The Essential Albums of All Time: The Clash's London Calling [DVD]"
Sandy Denny "Sandy Denny: Under Review - An Independent Critical Analysis [DVD]"
E-40 "BME Recordings Presents E-40 & The Hype on Hyphy: Town Bizness from the Yay [DVD]"
Ian Gillan "Live at the Rainbow 1977 [DVD]"
Kingston Trio, The "The Kingston Trio Story: Wherever We May Go [DVD]"
Korgis, The "The Korgis DVD Kollection [DVD]"
Metallica "Rock Milestones - The Essential Albums of All Time: Metallica's Live Shit: Binge & Purge [DVD]"
Monty Python "The Personal Best of Monty Python's Flying Circus [DVD]" (6 discs)
Judy Mowatt "Roots Daughters: The Women of Rastafari [DVD]"
Pink Floyd "Rock Milestones - The Essential Albums of All Time: Pink Floyd's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn [DVD]"
Queen "Queen: Under Review 1980-1991 - An Independent Critical Analysis [DVD]"
Rolling Stones "Rock Milestones - The Essential Albums of All Time: Rolling Stones' The Singles 1962-1970 [DVD]"
Barbra Streisand "A Happening in Central Park [DVD]", "... And Other Musical Instruments [DVD]"
Various artists "Jazz Shots From the West Coast, Vol. 1 [DVD]"

• Nov/Dec 2005: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=442443
• Jan/Feb 2006: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=450492
• March/April 2006: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=456531
• May/June 2006: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=463161

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Obie Trice: Second Round’s On Me

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Lamb Of God: Sacrament
Megadeth: Gigantour –2CD

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R.E.M.: And I Feel Fine: Best of IRS Years -CD
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08.08 : The Lesser Birds Of Paradise - Space Between
08.22 : OutKast - Idlewild
08.22 : M. Ward - Post-War
08.22 : Jason Molina - Let Me Go Let Me Go Let Me Go
08.22 : Mountain Goats - Get Lonely
08.22 : Yo La Tengo - I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass
08.29 : Bob Dylan - Modern Times
08.29 : Amy Millan - Honey From The Tombs
08.29 : The Tyde - Three’s Co.

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Now that Ice Magazine is toast, is there a good one stop source for release dates? Amazon can show titles by date, but they have 1000+ listed each week and they aren't organized alphabetically.
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08.01 : Os Mutantes - Mutantes
08.08 : Dirty Pretty Things - Waterloo to Anywhere
08.08 : Matt Friedberger (of Fiery Furnaces) - Winter Women/Holy Ghost Language School (2xCD)
08.08 : Sebadoh - III (2xCD reissue)
08.15 : Hot Snakes - Thunder Down Under (live)
08.22 : Broadcast - Future Crayon (rarities/b-sides)
08.22 : Cursive - Happy Hollow
08.22 : J Dilla - The Shining (posthumous)
08.22 : Lambchop - Damaged
08.22 : Of Montreal - Satanic Twins (2xLP remixes)
08.22 : Ratatat - Classics
08.22 : Razorlight - S/T
08.22 : The Thermals - The Body, The Blood, The Machine
08.22 : Tortoise - A Lazarus Taxon (3xCD box)
08.29 : The Grates - Gravity Won't Get You High
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Originally Posted by Shiv Shankly
Now that Ice Magazine is toast, is there a good one stop source for release dates? Amazon can show titles by date, but they have 1000+ listed each week and they aren't organized alphabetically.

yeah amazon.co.uk has their act together, the US site doesn't, a real negative if you ask me.
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Let's not forget The Mars Volta's Amputechture due on the 22nd of August! Or The Roots' Game Theory due a week later on the 29th of August!

Yeehah!
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Thanks for the updates for 8/8 and 8/15. Much appreciated.
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TV On the Radio is once again pushed off, this time to September 12th; DJ Shadow has been delayed to September 19th.

Hope the fans went out and bought the new Slayer disc today. It's very good!
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Now that Ice Magazine is toast, is there a good one stop source for release dates? Amazon can show titles by date, but they have 1000+ listed each week and they aren't organized alphabetically.
Allmusic is decent. You can pick the date and then sort by genre or just keep them all together. That's where I go now.

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