10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition features 11 bonus tracks, including B- sides and instrumentals. Album includes singles “Berzerk,” “Survival,” “Rap God,” “Headlights” and “The Monster.” The album won Eminem a record sixth GRAMMY Award for Best Rap Album and is now certified 4x platinum. 4 LP set on 180g black vinyl.
A vibrant exploration of social and environmental themes. With catchy melodies and McKenna's distinct vocals, the album seamlessly blends indie-pop and thoughtful lyricism. Each track feels like a musical commentary, making it a compelling and relevant addition to the artist's discography.
While Phasor feels loose and expansive, it's Lange's tightest collection-deep, atmospheric, meticulously executed. It's aligned with 2019's This Is How You Smile, which found him incorporating more upfront drums and bass and focused grooves. It's a returning-to-life record, remembering what the sun feels like and letting it warm your skin.
There is a definite connection to the past, but the swinging guitar boogie and snarled blues you might expect from Nance and company sounds leaner and completely hypnotic. What remains are 10 tracks from a well-oiled group so rhythmically together that the songs on the album seem as connected as links in a chain.
These are songs born from moments of serendipity: a spontaneously composed poem, an old voice memo, an uncannily pertinent book. Through unhurried exploration, Any Light invites a similar sense of charmed receptivity, even as it's songs examine such complex matters as depression, existential uncertainty and an increasingly digitized world.
The Dead South flawlessly execute banjo rolls and lightning fast mandolin tremolos, 3-part harmonies and songs of classic themes -murder ballads, disloyalty, ghosts and the like, with a wink and a smile. Where Bluegrass meets Bach meets Billy Talent, for fans of Frank Sinatra and Tool alike, you’ll find Chains & Stakes.
A mesmerizing sonic journey that skillfully blends progressive rock with introspective lyrics. Bruce Soord's emotive vocals and the band's tight instrumentation create a melancholic atmosphere, weaving a tapestry of sound that captivates the listener. A poignant and immersive musical experience.
Coming Home marks the creative reunion of Usher and L.A. Reid, who haven’t worked together since 2004’s Diamond-certified Confessions. The album was mainly recorded in Atlanta, GA with many of Atlanta’s hottest producers including Sean Garrett, Lil John, The Avila Brothers, Mel & Mus, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Jermaine Dupri, and more.