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Great NEW Rock out today...and William Shatner?

by Burnzy


Alter Bridge  "Fortress"  
Iggy Azalea (Australian-born, Atlanta-based hip-hop artist)  "Change Your Life" (six-song EP; guests: T.I., Wale)
Danny Brown (Detroit rapper)  "Old" (guests: A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Charli XCX, Purity Ring)
Cage the Elephant  "Melophobia" 
Miley Cyrus  "Bangerz" (guests: Britney Spears, Nelly, French Montana, Big Sean, Future)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. (Detroit duo)  "The Speed of Things"  
Samantha Fish (Blues Music Award winner)  "Black Wind Howlin'"
The Fratellis  "We Need Medicine!"  
Diego Garcia  "Paradise"  
Lyfe Jennings  "Lucid" 
Joey + Rory  "Made to Last" 
KoRn  "The Paradigm Shift" (co-founding guitarist Brian "Head" Welch returns to the band for the first time since 2003)
Amos Lee  "Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song"  
Lissie (California-based singer/songwriter)  "Back to Forever" 
New Found Glory  "Kill It Live" (live album recorded at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, Cali., in March 2013)
Joe Nichols  "Crickets"  
Steve Nieve (original keyboardist for Elvis Costello and the Attractions)  "ToGetHer" (duets with Costello, Sting, Vanessa Paradis, Laurie Anderson, Glenn Tilbrook, Ron Sexsmith)
of Montreal  "Lousy With Sylvianbriar" 
Panic! At the Disco  "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!" 
Cassadee Pope (2012 winner of "The Voice")  "Frame By Frame"  
Pusha T  "My Name Is My Name" (guests: Pharrell, Kelly Rowland, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, The-Dream, Jeezy, Big Sean)
Lee Ranaldo and The Dust  "Last Night on Earth" (with fellow Sonic Youth member Steve Shelley, Alan Licht, Tim Lüntzel)
Kenny Rogers "You Can't Make Old Friends" (his first country album since 2006; the title track is a duet with Dolly Parton; guest: Buckwheat Zydeco)
William Shatner     "Ponder the Mystery" (guests: Mick Jones, Steve Vai, Robby Krieger, Al Di Meola, Rick Wakeman, Vince Gill, Nik Turner, Simon House, Dave Koz, the late George Duke, Edgar Winter)
Lucy Spraggan (British singer-songwriter was a contestant on "The X Factor UK")  "Join the Club"  
Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington     "High Rise" (five-song EP)
Suburban Legends (Orange County, Calif.-based third wave ska vets)  "Dreams Aren't Real But These Songs Are" (six-song EP)
Various artists  "CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (biopic about the former New York music venue, with Alan Rickman as the club's owner Hilly Kristal, Malin Akerman as Debbie Harry, Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop, Mickey Sumner as Patti Smith and Rupert Grint as Dead Boys' Cheetah Chrome; opens Oct. 11)
Gretchen Wilson  "Christmas In My Heart" 

ALSO: Reissues
Paula Abdul  "ICON" (best-of)
Alabama  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Johnny Cash  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Commodores  "ICON" (best-of)  
Neil Diamond  "The Classic Christmas Album" (12 tracks)
Dire Straits  "Brothers in Arms [Hybrid SACD - DSD]" (1984 album; remastered)
Crystal Gayle  "ICON" (best-of)
George Jones & Tammy Wynette  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Tom Jones  "ICON" (best-of)
The Kinks  "Muswell Hillbillies: Deluxe Edition" (1971 album; remastered, with a second CD of 13 bonus tracks)
Gladys Knight & The Pips  "The Classic Christmas Album" (14 tracks)
Martina McBride  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Ricky Nelson  "ICON" (best-of)
Olivia Newton-John  "ICON" (best-of)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band  "ICON" (best-of)  
The Rat Pack  "ICON" (best-of)
Kenny Rogers  "ICON" (best-of; 11 tracks)
Frank Sinatra  "ICON" (best-of)  
Barbra Streisand  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Donna Summer  "I Feel Love: The Collection" (two CDs, 26 songs)
Various artists  "NOW Christmas" (two CDs, 36 songs)
Various artists  "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975 soundtrack)  
War  "Anthology 1970-1994 [MP3]" (1994 compilation, 32 tracks)
Whitesnake  "ICON" (best-of) 
Andy Williams  "The Classic Christmas Album" (16 tracks)
Wilson Phillips  "ICON" (best-of)