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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 11-12-21 – 11-18-21

Amanda Shires, For Christmas

Courtney Barnett, Things Take Time, Take Time – an acquired taste I never got around to acquiring, it helps if you thought “Avant Gardener” was a clever pun, though the last single was OK

DaBaby, BACK ON MY BABY JESUS SHIT. AGAIN – has he been forgiven yet?

Damon Albarn, The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows – quite possibly the most boring solo artist known to man

Dave Gahan & Soulsavers, Imposter – not the worst idea the Depeche Mode frontman has ever had

Gov’t Mule, Heavy Load Blues – should live up to its name

Idles, Crawler – ready for their close up

Jason Aldean, Macon

Joell Ortiz, Autograph – the Slaughter guys “In My Feelings” is a true worthy

Jon Hopkins, Music For Psychedelic Therapy

Lee Ranaldo, In Virus Times – the no longer sonic youth

Little Mix, Between Us – Spice Girls if Spice Girls lacked character

Pip Blom, Welcome Break

Rod Stewart, The Tears of Hercules – the album name is crap but the songs I’ve heard are all fine

Taylor Swift, Red (Taylor’s Version) – Red might not have been Taylor’s best album (I would toggle between Fearless and Speak Now) but it has one of her greatest songs, “State Of Grace” and the tour (I’ve seen all of them) was her best, in the process of graduating from Arenas to Stadiums, she came through town twice and the Prudential set in 2013 (here) was the final time (except for Jingle Ball appearances of course) we saw her in such a (relatively) small room. The truth is, you can’t get enough of Red every which way, it was where she got the pop balance right – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

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