4.30.2010 |

k-os - Yes!: Interesting, fun and upbeat hip-hop.

4.29.2010 |

Jethro Tull - Aqualung: Cannot wait to listen to this again. Gives The Who a run for their money in 1971.

4.28.2010 |

Islands - Vapours: I loved most of the album. Could have done without all of the digitization.

Iron Age - Sleeping Eye: Heavier than it is aggressive, which was welcome, if unexpected.

4.26.2010 |

The Invisible - The Invisible: Difficult not to compare to TVOTR.

4.22.2010 |

Hole - Live Through This: Grunge has not held up very well.

4.21.2010 |

Hold Steady - Heaven Is Whenever: No Boys And Girls, but really good. Will be on repeat a while.

4.20.2010 |

Gaslight Anthem - American Slang: Good album on its own, just not compared to The '59 Sound.

4.19.2010 |

Richie Havens - Mixed Bag: Extremely consistent '60s folk.

4.15.2010 |

Broken Social Scene - Forgiveness Rock Record: Going to be hard to forgive this one.

4.14.2010 |

Barry Goldberg - Barry Goldberg: '70s singer-songwriter for fans of Jim Croce.

4.10.2010 |

Coheed And Camria - Year Of The Black Rainbow: This one's going to thar some time to get used to, but I will.

4.09.2010 |

God And Country - Moloch: No idea the background or how I got a hold of it, but it's like post-rock with words. Surprisingly engaging.

Ghostface Killah - Ghostdini: Too much filler, but some great tracks.

Ghostface Killah - Ghostdini: Too much filler, but some great tracks.

4.07.2010 |

Fucked Up - Couple Tracks: Incomplete but mostly worthwhile collection of non-album tracks.

Foxboro Hot Tubs - Stop Drop And Roll: A laid back Green Day is especially refreshing now that they take themselves so seriously.

4.06.2010 |

Fire Divine - It's All A Blur: Another band incapable of pulling off screamo.

4.05.2010 |

FC Five - Dandelion's Blues: Bane and Verse-influenced hardcore not to be missed.

Flight Of The Conchords - I Told You I Was Freaky: Law of diminishing returns strikes again.

4.04.2010 |

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours: Plays more like a greatest his collection than a regular album.

Jim Gaffigan - Beyond The Pale: Success strikes again.

Jeff Garlin - Young And Handsome: Makes his work on Curb look like a warm up for hilarity.

Explosions In The Sky - Self Titled: You can hear the foundation of future greatness.

4.02.2010 |

Echo And The Bunnymen - The Fountain: Arena- friendly rock that fails to stand out.

Bob Dylan - Christmas In The Heart: Forced to pick Christmas music, I'd pick this.

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