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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases Week Of March 30th, 2015

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Most Anticipated Album Week Of March 30th, 2015

Benoît Pioulard Sonnet

Boxed In Boxed In [US release]

Boz Scaggs A Fool To Care

Darius Rucker Southern Style

Death Cab for Cutie Kintsugi

Donato Dozzy And Anna Caragnano Sintetizzatrice

Föllakzoid III

Godspeed You! Black Emperor Asunder, Sweet And Other Distress

Hollywood Undead Day Of The Dead

Jerry Paper Carousel

Jesse Malin New York Before The War

Jodeci The Past, The Present, The Future

Lower Dens Escape From Evil

Marching Church This World Is Not Enough [Side project of Iceage’s Elias Bender Rønnenfelt]

Missy Mazzoli Vespers For A New Dark Age

Nightwish Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Only Real Jerk At The End Of The Line

Ringo Starr Postcards From Paradise

Ron Sexsmith Carousel One

Simon Joyner Grass, Branch & Bone

Speak Low If You Speak Love Everything But What You Need [State Champs bassist Ryan Scott Graham]

Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell

The Prodigy The Day Is My Enemy

The Soft Moon Deeper

The Sonics This Is The Sonics

The Staves If I Was

Three Days Grace Human

UFOmammut Ecate

Wale The Album About Nothing

William Elliott Whitmore Radium Death

Comment: This looks like an okay week but I don’t think it really is. I have heard songs off The Prodigy, Sufjan Stevens, and Death Cab For Cuties,  and was not impressed with a single one. Ringo Starr hasn’t done much worth getting excited since the late 1970s, Godspeed! were pretty well hyped with their last album but it sucked anyway, and calling your new  release The Album About Nothing is looking for trouble. Which leads me with Darius Rucker who is seldom great but always good for a “Comeback Song” here and there,  as my most anticipated of the week.

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