Upcoming releases

Tues., Oct. 25, 2005

The following releases will be in stores Tues., Oct. 25:

Mick Abrahams, Leaving Home Blues (Recall)

Arsen Roulette, Lost Recordings (El Toro)

Berlin, 4 Play (Majestic/Mri)

Bleach, Audio/Visual (Tooth & Nail)

The Blowtops, Insected Mind (Big Neck)

Charley Horse, Unholy Roller (Acetate)

Cosmic Voodoo, Vertigo (Kaiser)

Current 93, Judas as Black Moth (Castle Us)

The Dead Science, Frost Giant (Absolutely Kosher)

The Dictators, Bloodbrothers (Wounded Bird)

David Dondero, South of the South (Team Love)

Earlies, These Were the Earlies (Secretly Canadian)

Electric Frankenstein, It's Alive! Birth of Electric Frankenstein (Crosscheck)

Fat Nancy, Pure American Muscle, Baby (Perris)

The Fiery Furnaces, Rehearsing My Choir (Rough Trade Us)

Tommy Guerrero, Year of the Monkey (Galaxia)

Jana Hunter, Blank Unstaring Heirs of Doom (Gnomonsong)

Icarus Witch, Capture the Magic (Cleopatra)

It's Jo and Danny, Quickening (Double Snazzy)

King Kobra, Ready to Strike (Renaissance)

The Leevees, Hanukkah Rocks (Reprise/Wea)

Leviathan, Howl Mockery at the Cross (Napalm)

Milemarker, Ominosity (Eyeball)

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, Gay, Black & Married (Rykodisc)

New Colony Six, Treat Her Groovy (El)

Prowlers, Last Man Standing (Cherokee)

Queenadrena, Butcher and the Butterfly (One Little Indian Us)

Rawhead Rex, Diary in Black (Locomotive Music)

Rogue Wave, Descended Like Vultures (Sub Pop)

Rollin' Miles, Hot Rock! (Empire)

Seein Red, Workspiel (Coalition)

Sour Jazz, Rock and Roll Ligger (Acetate)

They Might Be Giants, They Got Lost (Zoe)

Peter Tosh, Talking Revolution (Pressure Sounds)

Tuxedomoon, Cabin in the Sky (Crammed Disc)

Unknown Instructors, Way Things Work (Smog Veil)

Various Artists, This Bird Has Flown: A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul (Razor & Tie)

Wet Animal, Wet Animal (New Media Studio)

The Young Canadians, No Escape (Sudden Death)

Leilani Polk

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