Feb 15, 2008

new music, 2.15.08

Manipulator, The Fall of Troy
The Fall of Troy combines metal with progressive rock and blues to create a sound that builds upon the band's reputation for lightning fast guitar riffs, raw screams, and catchy choruses.

Wisin vs yandel: los extraterrestres, Wisin & Yandel

Nineteen tracks by the outstanding reggaeton duo.

Good Girl Gone Bad, Rihanna
The third album from pop megastar Rihanna includes the single Umbrella featuring Jay-Z, a song that many consider to be the biggest single of 2007.

Graduation, Kanye West
The popular Grammy Award-winning artist returns with his third album. Includes 14 tracks, featuring Stronger; Can't Tell Me Nothing; Everything I Am; and more.

It Is Time For a Love Revolution, Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz returns with his first new studio album since 2004's Baptism. The album presents a mix of ballads and power rock songs, all delivered in Lenny's signature vintage rock style. Includes the single Bring It On.

It Won't Be Soon Before Long, Maroon 5
The much-anticipated sophomore album from Maroon 5 features 12 tracks, including the single Makes Me Wonder.

Riot! Paramore
Paramore takes their sound to new heights with their second album. The band covers such topics as shame and self-discovery with tracks like Misery Business and Hallelujah.

Juno (soundtrack)
A mix of classic rock, alternative rock, and cast performances fills the soundtrack to the film festival favorite featuring Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner.

Carnival Ride, Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood's highly anticipated 2007 release follows up her platinum debut album, Some Hearts, and features the hit single So Small.

Headstrong, Ashley Tisdale
High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale makes her solo debut with Headstrong. The album features a vibrant mix of edgy, rhythmic dance-pop as well as the single He Said, She Said.

Minutes to Midnight, Linkin Park
Linkin Park returns with their highly anticipated new album, which is their first new studio effort in four years. Includes the single What I've Done.

Back to Black, Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse makes her transformation from jazz vocalist to soul siren. Producer Mark Ronson (Christina Aguilera, Robbie Williams) helped the singer/songwriter add flair and spark to her delightfully bittersweet vagaries of love., Soulja Boy
Soulja Boy burst onto the rap scene in 2007 at the age of 17 with this seemingly out-of-nowhere debut album. Includes the smash hit single Crank That.

Kala, M.I.A.
M.I.A.'s genre-bending, culture-blending 2007 album was recorded around the world in places like India, Trinidad, Australia, London, New York, and Baltimore, and features the club-thumping single Boyz.

Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy
Fall Out Boy follows up the multi-platinum success of their major label debut. Includes the single This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race.