Friday New Releases – June 8th

Happy Friday and welcome to this week’s list of notable releases…at least notable in my book.  There is only one MUST HAVE and a couple others I will get to as well.  Take a look and let me know what you are looking forward to and what I might have missed.  My choices are highlighted in Blue.

  • 4846771  Tremonti – A Dying Machine – (Napalm Records):  The Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist strikes out on his own with his other band Tremonti.  This time he takes on lead vocals and fronts one hellavu hard rock band.  If you are a fan, then this is a MUST HAVE in your collection as it is mine.  The band bring us their fourth album…that is right…their fourth and we can never get enough.

  • 51ePleVw4rL._SY300_QL70_  Sunstorm – The Road to Hell – (Frontier Records):  The great Joe Lynn Turner brings his vocals to the band’s fifth album and the man can still sing at just 66 years young.  The Hackensack-ack-ack-ack born singer has fronted a few bands you might have heard about…Rainbow and Deep Purple.  He still brings the fire and intensity with Sunstorm.  Check them out.

  • 51LBQ64CtjL._AC_US436_QL65_  Sugarland – Bigger – (Big Machine):  Sugarland finally returns with a new album.  After an 8 year hiatus since the last album, Kristian Bush and the great Jennifer Nettles return.  I haven’t heard anything yet, but will be checking it out as I really do love Nettles’ voice.  One of the few country acts I can dig.

  • 61ZPsV7EKQL._SY300_QL70_  Beside Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story (Soundtrack) – Various Artists – (Universal Music):  I can’t wait to see this documentary about Mick Ronson who was a guitar great that played along side Dave Bowie as well as Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter and his own solo work.  Any soundtrack with his music will be worth listening to it…even if I have most of it already in one form or another.

  • 91KuA+21C2L._SX522_  The Beach Boys – The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – (Capitol Records)
  • 91NQmbUtggL._AC_UL115_  Eric Clapton – Life in 12 Bars Soundtrack – (UMe)
  • 81dMgElDGbL._SX522_.jpg  Dave Matthews Band – Come Tomorrow – (RCA)
  • c4c526_a50fccf449a94853bef2843dfca9c367_mv2  Megadeth – Killing Is My Business…And Business is Good…The Final Kill – (Columbia Records)
  • 51toKGEoyhL._AC_US436_QL65_  TNT – Xiii – (Frontier Records)
  • 51AIST1+L0L._AC_US436_QL65_  Ne-Yo – Good Man – (Motown Records)
  • 51xD7a0-9tL._AC_US436_QL65_  Dierks Bentley – Mountain – (Capitol Records Nashville)
  • 61TZ+VmTVEL._AC_US436_QL65_  Dance Gavin Dance – Artificial Selection – (Rise Records)

9 thoughts on “Friday New Releases – June 8th

  1. The only thing new for me today was iTunes dropped onto my iPod another track from the Deluxe Edition of Guns Appetite 30th Anniversary which was Welcome To The Jungle from the Sound City demos.
    Jungle is played on a slower tempo more Aerosmith Sleaze like…kind blew me away the first time I heard it which was ummm today!


  2. Not much here for me, sadly. Was a time a new Dave Matthews album would have excited me, but it been so much of the same for so long (at least, what I’ve heard) that I just can’t get to it in the same way. I’m sure it’s excellent, don’t get me wrong!

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    1. I agree no the DMB. Just no excitement there at all anymore. I don’t even think I much publicity on the album. I guess at this point in their career the fans buy everything so no need to spend the money to advertise.


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