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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of June 22, 2010. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors.

A Kiss Could Be Deadly – Farewell (Metropolis Records) – Trey Spencer
Allstar Weekend – Suddenly (Hollywood Records)
Laurie Anderson – Homeland (Nonesuch)
Automatic Loveletter – Truth Or Dare (SIN)
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – London Calling: Live in Hyde Park (2 DVD) (Columbia)
Chemical Brothers – Further (Astralwerks)
Closed Heart Surgery – The Blue Girl Diaries (iTunes)
The Constellations – Southern Gothic (Virgin Records US)
Miley Cyrus – Can’t be Tamed (Hollywood Records)
Danzig – Death Red Sabaoth (Evilive Records)
Derek Trucks Band – Roadsongs (Sony Legacy)
Eminem – Recovery (Aftermath)  – Adam Downer
Front Line Assembly – Improvised Electronic Devices (Metropolis Records) – Trey Spencer
Macy Gray – The Sellout (Concord Records)
Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (Herbie Hancock Records)
Kele (Bloc Party) – The Boxer (Glass Note)
Cyndi Lauper – Memphis Blues (Downtown)
Vince Neil – Tattoos & Tequila (Eleven Seven Music)
Pierce The Veil – Selfish Machines (Equal Vision Records)
The Pretty Reckless – The Pretty Reckless (Interscope)
The Real McKenzies – Shine not Burn (Fat Wreck Chords)
The Roots – How I Got Over (Def Jam)
Sabbath Assembly – Restored To One (The End Records)
Sia – We Are Born (Phantom Sound & Vision)
Stars – The Five Ghosts (Vagrant Records) – Mike Stagno
Uncle Kracker – Happy Hour (The South River Sessions) [EP] (Atlantic)
Versaemerge – Fixed at Zero (Fueled By Ramen)

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Album Streams (please inform us of any broken links/removed streams):

Allstar Weekend – Suddenly

Danzig – Death Red Sabaoth

Pierce The Veil – Selfish Machines

The Roots – How I Got Over

Stars – The Five Ghosts

Versaemerge – Fixed at Zero

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Willie
06.21.10
Better than last week's releases, at least.

bloc
06.21.10
Way better. Looking forward to Kele and Front Line Assembly.

Fugue
06.21.10
Davey for Kele review plz.

DaveyBoy
06.22.10
I was thinking of reviewing the Kele album Rosco, but decided against it... One of you Brits could do much a better job. I call for a Knott return.

Atavanhalen, Klapper or Waior for Sia if they have the time.

SeaAnemone
06.22.10
I'd love to see a staff review for Stars... I wanna know if it's as bad as P4K says it is

CelestialDust
06.22.10
cool... streaming stars now

theacademy
06.22.10
would love to see a staff review for "We Are Born"... it's supposedly her last album!

klap
06.22.10
mike is on stars i think. not a huge fan of it atm

Mikesn
06.22.10
I'm digging Stars pretty hard, but I've had two months to let it sink in. Probably my favourite of theirs at the moment. Review should be up sometime tonight or tomorrow. p4k is wrong

CelestialDust
06.22.10
it's definitely very good on first listen

Spare
06.22.10
yeah somebody do sia that would be good

BallsToTheWall
06.22.10
dibs on Danzig.

Mordecai.
06.22.10
balls has dibs on danzig

theacademy
06.22.10
dibs has his balls on danzig

BallsToTheWall
06.22.10
danzig has dibs on his balls.

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