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Nov. 16 going to be huge, huge day for new albums

Published November 1, 2012 2:06 pm

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This coming Tuesday has a bunch of much-anticipated CDs coming out — including Joshua James' new one — but take a look at the stuff due out on Nov. 13. The Christmas buying season has begun, and I will be blowing a lot of cash at the local indie record store that day:—"Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs From The Stage," Susan Boyle"I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston," Whitney Houston"GRRR!" The Rolling Stones"Take Me Home," One Direction"Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2," Various Artists"Dos," Green Day"Lotus," Christina Aguilera"King Animal," Soundgarden"This Christmas," Olivia Newton-John, John Travolta"Koi No Yokan," Deftones"Paradise," Lana Del Rey"The Road," Aaron Lewis"Silver & Gold," Sufjan Stevens"III," Crystal Castles"Lux," Brian Eno"Trouble Man: Expanded Edition," Marvin Gaye"Bears For Lunch," Guided By Voices"Best of FCA! 35 Tour," Peter Frampton"Machine F**king Head Live!" Machine Head"Smart Bar Chicago 1985," Sonic Youth"Psycho White," Travis Barker & Yelawolf"Buddy and Jim," Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale"Amy Winehouse at the BBC," Amy Winehouse

 

 


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