“I said maybe/You’re gonna be the one who saves me ? /And after all /You’re my wonderwal…”
These are part of the lyrics that marked my adolescence, and got me into the genre defining act of Oasis. ‘Little by Little,’ I became a die hard fan and started checking out the band more. The bands last two records, however, did little to confirm their ’95-’00 stelar form they were in, when the only thing you could hear on air was Oasis and grunge. Good times, hindu times. Anyway, the band’s with a new record, titled “Dig Out Your Soul“, that sounds more then great and which might just propell the band back in the spotlight. Fingers crossed guys.
My room mate is really psyched about Rise Against‘s new album out this week, “Appeal to Reason,” I mean he’s always bugging me about it. Little fucker. They never impressed me, but I have to give them credit for a few well made songs, like “Give it All” or “Ready to Fall.” Really good party starters.
A few weeks back, I posted two new Bob Dylan songs from his latest bootleg release. Titled “The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 – Tell Tale Signs: Rare and Unreleased 1989-2006 ,” this latest Dylan recording includes rare and issued recordings by Mr. Zimmerman. A definite must have for collectors and fans alike.
Other interesting stuff includes new material from the likes of: Deerhof, The Police (compilation album) or The Status.
Jolie Holland: The Living and the Dead
The Status: So This Is Progress
Tesla: Forever More
Annuals: Such Fun
Michelle Williams: Unexpected
Lambchop: OH (ohio)
Elliott Yamin: My Kind of Holiday
Deerhoof: Offend Maggie
Bella Morte: Beautiful Death
The Police: Certifiable Live CD/DVD – Best Buy Exclusive
Rachael Yamagata: A Record in Two Parts … Elephants and Teeth Sinking Into Heart
Oasis: Dig Out Your Soul
Sarah McLachlan: Closer (Best-of)
Rise Against: Appeal to Reason