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New album releases, week of 7-5-2005

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Looks like a pretty light release week. Perhaps the Missy Elliott album The Cookbook might be worth a listen.

Also, OK, so there was a 70s album by a guy named Jeff Wayne, a double album based on The War of the Worlds, and featuring narration by Richard Burton. They’ve now managed to turn this into a huge SEVEN disc set, with SACD and DVDs and holy cow. Who’s the market for this?

Finally, R Kelly’s apparently getting back to the nasty stuff with TP.3 Reloaded, just in time impress everyone with his wholesomeness as he’s up on kiddie porn charges. Alrighty, then. On the other hand, it’s already #10 at Amazon, so it should help raise him much lawyer money.

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

Missy Elliott The Cookbook Atlantic
Hip-Hop, Pop-Rap, Urban, Party Rap

R. Kelly TP.3 Reloaded Jive
Urban, Contemporary R&B

Sufjan Stevens Illinois Asthmatic Kitty
Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Progressive Folk, Americana, Singer/Songwriter

Jeff Wayne The War of the Worlds [Seven-Disc Collector’s Edition] Columbia
Album Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock, Electronic, Disco

Axiom Chamber Players Axiom Chamber Players Perform Brahms, Mozart, Piazzolla Axiom Chamber Players
Chamber Music

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Nami Danam Alula

Montrose Montrose Warner Bros.
Arena Rock, Hard Rock

999 Outbursts: Demos & Outtakes 77-79 Overground
New Wave, British Punk, Punk

Original Score Dark Water Hollywood
Original Score, Film Music

Various Artists Beginner’s Guide to Cuba Nascente
Afro-Cuban Jazz, Rhumba, Latin Jazz

Various Artists Got Hits, Vol. 2 Hollywood
Teen Pop, Dance-Pop, Club/Dance, Contemporary R&B

Webbie Savage Life Atlantic
Dirty South, Southern Rap

Wilderness Wilderness Jagjaguwar
Indie Rock

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  • Joe


    Let me share with you what I’ve been working on as a musician in response to the current state of world affairs.

    My band and I just released an anthology CD of humorous, progressively minded political music that combines our vintage-country/Americana songs with the rock/jazz styled tunes of some other bands I’m affiliated with in the San Francisco Bay Area(California, USA). There’s also a short political farce that I wrote and performed.

    It’s called “The Putrid Minds Anthology: Battle Hymns for the Blue States”.

    We’re “The Sons of Emperor Norton”, and our info, soundbytes, and calendar can be found at

    and even more at


    As well as our originals(political and otherwise), we’re also a live, working band with over 4 sets of classic cover material. We’re up for volunteering our services to any positive(progressive) event.

    Thanks, Joe Kaline “The Sons of Emperor Norton”