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The most interesting new music this week comes from Calexico, with their album Garden Ruin. That should be worth a listen.

Toby Keith has a new album White Trash with Money. As modern commercial country music goes, he’s probably toward the least bad.

The Beatles The Capitol Albums, Vol. 2 is basically some dumb crap to separate people from their money. Short version, the American record company butchered the Beatles early albums, slicing and dicing to make more albums than the Beatles really made. When they first issued the Beatles on CD in 1987, they fixed that foolishness, putting out the albums to correspond to the records the Beatles actually made.

This collection unfixes that mess. It is a CD release of several of the middle period butchered American releases. If you’ve got the proper CDs, then you don’t need this. If you don’t, then you should buy the right CDs, rather than this mess. Unless you have some peculiar jones for some mediocre George Martin orchestrations from Help!, there’s not much good reason for this.

Here’s the complete list of this week’s major new album releases, courtesy AMG:

The Beatles The Capitol Albums, Vol. 2 Capitol
Pop/Rock, Merseybeat, British Invasion, Rock & Roll, Pop

Built to Spill You in Reverse Warner Bros.
Indie Rock

Eagles of Death Metal Death by Sexy Downtown
Hard Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Garage Punk

Toby Keith White Trash with Money Show Dog Nashville/Universal
New Traditionalist, Contemporary Country

Tom Ze Estudando o Pagode Luaka Bop
Brazilian Pop, MPB

Basement Boys Basement Boys Presents Mudfoot Jones Savoy Jazz
Jazz-House, House

Jeff Bates Leave the Light On RCA Country
Contemporary Country, Country-Pop, Neo-Traditionalist Country

Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise What About That: New Year’s Eve In Bloomington Kufala
Contemporary Blues, Soul-Blues

Bratz Genie Magic Hip-O
Teen Pop, TV Soundtracks, Television Music, Pop/Rock

Buckcherry 15 Eleven Seven
Hard Rock, American Trad Rock, Post-Grunge

Bullets and Octane In the Mouth of the Young RCA
Punk Revival, Alternative Metal, Alternative Pop/Rock

Calexico Garden Ruin Quarterstick
Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Americana, Post-Rock/Experimental

Joseph Calleja The Golden Voice Decca
Operatic Highlights

Ray Charles Ray Charles: Unreleased Night Train International
R&B, Piano Blues, Urban Blues

Collegium Vocale Gent Lassus: Psalmi Davidis Poenitentiales Harmonia Mundi
Renaissance Sacred Choral Music

Field Music Field Music [Bonus Tracks] Memphis Industries
Indie Pop, Chamber Pop

Sue Foley New Used Car Ruf
Contemporary Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Roots Rock

The Grateful Dead Go to Heaven [Bonus Tracks] Rhino
Jam Bands, Album Rock, Soft Rock

Judas Priest The Essential Judas Priest Sony
New Wave of British Heavy Metal, British Metal, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock

Ladytron Extended Play Rykodisc
Indie Electronic, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Pop

Lambchop The Decline of Country & Western Civilization, Pt. 2: The Woodwind Years Merge
Chamber Pop, Alternative Country-Rock, Indie Rock

Albert Lee Road Runner Sugar Hill
Roots Rock, Country-Rock

Reinbert de Leeuw Louis Andriessen: Writing to Vermeer Nonesuch
Contemporary Opera

Larry Levan Journey into Paradise: The Larry Levan Story Rhino
Post-Disco, Garage/House, Disco

Keith Lockhart Symphonic Dances Reference
Modern and Contemporary Orches\tral Music

Edwin McCain Lost in America Vanguard
American Trad Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock

Moneen The Red Tree Vagrant
Indie Rock, Emo, Punk-Pop

Mono You Are There Temporary Residence
Experimental Rock, Noise-Rock, Post-Rock/Experimental, Instrumental Rock

Eddie Murphy Comedian Columbia/Legacy
Standup Comedy

Birgit Nilsson Or sai chi l’onore Deutsche Grammophon
Operatic Highlights

Danny O’Keefe O’Keefe Wounded Bird
Singer/Songwriter, Pop/Rock

Pretty Girls Make Graves Elan Vital Matador
Indie Rock, Punk Revival

Queen Stone Cold Classics Hollywood
Album Rock, Pop/Rock, Glam Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Hard Rock, Arena Rock, British Metal

Josh Ritter The Animal Years V2
Contemporary Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Alternative Country-Rock

Saves the Day Sound the Alarm Vagrant
Punk-Pop, Punk Revival

Ken Vandermark Free Jazz Classics, Vols. 3 & 4 Atavistic
Modern Creative, Structured Improvisation, Avant-Garde Jazz, Post-Bop, Avant-Garde, Modern Free

Various Artists The Tommy Boy Story, Vol. 1 Tommy Boy/Rhino
Old School Rap, Electro, Freestyle, House, Urban

Imaad Wasif Imaad Wasif Kill Rock Stars
Singer/Songwriter, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Pop

Robin Williams A Night at the Met Columbia/Legacy
Standup Comedy, Observational Humor, Political Comedy, Blue Humor

Wisely Parador Not Lame
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Pop Underground

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  • Vern Halen

    First, we all have to pick up this second box set, THEN everything will be remastered & we can buy it again for the tenth time. Ain’t it wunnerful?

  • Nik

    I agree with your assment of the money-grubbing reasons for the Beatles release, which is obviously the main reason for its release, but after listening to some of it, the remastered sound is at least one reason to pick it up. Miles and miles beyond the 20-year old current CD releases.

  • Carol

    TOBY KEITH’s ALBUM….THE BEST OUT THERE!! Totally rocks and it is so awesome. Toby poured his heart and soul into this Album and Lari White did an extra ordinary job on the Production end! The two of them are so incredible together. This Album should release alot of singles and will stay on the charts for months and months to come. Thank you also for your kind words regarding Toby. HE IS THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS!! CLASS ACT ALL THE WAY!!!