You Me And The Devil Makes Three. Yep, that's a track from Marilyn Manson's Eat Me, Drink Me. "Mutilation is The Most Sincere Form Of Flattery" is as well. Enough said.
Pissed Jeans! A bummer in real life, but a great, great band.
Anchored In Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash is a really amazing record produced by son John Carter Cash with Tracks from Roseanne Cash and Carlene Carter (I thought her previous slaughter of Ring of Fire was bad, but now you gotta screw up Jackson?!?!?!?) Someone should stick to her own material. Loretta Lynn steals the prize with her recording of Wildwood Flower, GORG. Billy Joe Shaver ("Kneeling Drunkards Plee") and Emmy Lou Harris ("Song To John") have nice tracks. I'm still scratching my head about SHERYL F"IN CROW dueting with Willie Nelson on "If I Were a Carpenter." SICK. The rest of the record is sweet though and definitly worth a listen. I've played Wildwood Flower no less than three times today. My co-workers seems unaffected.
Thank you, France, for returning Imaginary Dana to us unharmed.
The rest of the new releases are:
DAVID OLNEY, One Tough Town
GIA CIAMBOTTI, Right As Rain
JAMES BLACKSHAW, The Cloud Of Unknowing
LONG BLONDES, Someone to Drive You Home
MARILYN MANSON, Eat Me, Drink Me
MATT POND PA, If You Want Blood
MARTY STUART, Compadres: An Anthology Of Duets
MUDDY WATERS, Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down (previously unreleased album
recorded with the Hard Again band)
PELICAN, City Of Echos
PISSED JEANS, Hope For Men
PORTER WAGONER, The Wagonmaster
PRETENDERS, Learning To Crawl and Get Close (expanded editions)
RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS, Document
RHIANNA, Good Girl Gone Bad
RYAN ADAMS, Easy Tiger
SEAN NA NA, Family Tree
SHELLA, Excellent Italian Greyhound
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, Live In Dublin
GWEN STEFANI, Profile
THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY?, Pick Up Sticks
VARIOUS ARTISTS, Anchored In Love: A Tribute To June Carter Cash
VARIOUS ARTISTS, We All Love Ella: A Celebration Of The First Lady Of Song