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New Music Tuesday : Beyoncé, Audioslave, Made Out of Babies
A Love Ends Suicide - In the Disaster (Metal Blade)
Alice Donut - Fuzz (Howler)
Audioslave - Revelations (Epic)
Beyoncé - B'Day (Columbia)
Goatwhore - A Haunting Curse (Metal Blade)
Grizzly Bear - Yellow House (Warp)
Hem - Funnel Crowd (Nettwerk)
Honkytonk Homeslice - Honkytonk Homeslice (digipak; Sci Fidelity)
Horse the Band - Pizza (EP; Koch)
Iron Maiden - A Matter of Life and Death (EMI)
Jars of Clay - Good Monsters (Essential)
Jucifer - If Thine Enemy Hunger (Relapse)
Kinky - Reina (Nettwerk)
The Klezmatics - Woody Guthrie's Happy Joyous Hanukkah (JMG)
Los Amigos Invisibles - Superpop Venezuela (Gozadera)
Made Out of Babies - Coward (Neurot)
Roman Numerals - Roman Numerals (Anodyne)
David Rovics - Halliburton Boardroom Massacre (Mi5 Recordings)
Seemless - What Have We Become (Equal Vision)
Strike Anywhere - Dead FM (Fat Wreck Chords)
Trainwreck Riders - Lonely Road Festival (Alive)
Vader - Impressions in Blood (Candlelight)
George Winston - Gulf Coast Blues and Impressions - A Hurricane Relief Benefit (RCA Victor/ Windham Hill)
Various Artists - "Phat Girlz" Soundtrack (Lakeshore)
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