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Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan together just slay me. Ballads of the Broken Seas is one of my very favorite Sunday Morning records of all time. Now they are back with an even better follow up Sunday At Devil Dirt, out today. How do I knw it's even better? Well, it's been avaialble as an import for a while now, and they proved me wrong and made an even better record. Now I just have to see them live and together! When Isobel Campbell came through town last she had another guy filling in for Lanegan, and it was good. But man, I need to see them together before I die!

Isobels former band Belle & Sebastian are releasing The BBC Sessions today too!

Um, I have always given Beyonce the benefit of the doubt, but really now B, Shasha Fierce?  Really?  I saw her perform some of the songs on SNL last Saturday and I hate to admit they were pretty good.  But, really?

Oh yeah and the American Idol 08 David Cook puts his self titled record out today , one week after the little one that didn't win (Archeletta) put out his out.  I wonder who the real winner will actually be?  Hmmm?


Here's the rest!  Chime in if I missed something….


Belle and Sebastian The BBC Sessions

Beyonce I Am…Sasha Fierce

Brent Amaker and the Rodeo Howdy Do

David Cook David Cook

Daniel Lanois Acadie – Goldtop Edition

Dead Can Dance Various Reissues

Department of Eagles In Ear Park

Dido Safe Trip Home

Il Divo The Promise

Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan Sunday at Devil Dirt

Ladyhawke Ladyhawke

Lil’ Keke/Lil’ C Keep on Stackin’ 4

Mudvayne The New Game

Nickelback Dark Horse

Pavement Brighten the Corners (Reissue)

Plies Vol. 5 – Southern Lean.

Rachel Harrington City of Refuge

Lou Reed Berlin: Live at St. Ann’s Warehouse

Nimrod Workman I Want to Go Where Things Are Beautiful

Wu-Tang Clan Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan