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    I can't wait for Mutya's album. It sux that I don't live in the uk.

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    Hillary Duff, Amerie have got hypes.
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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    hilary duff album

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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    MiG Ayesa's cd which comes out tomorrow
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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    I'm anxiously awaiting the new Pussycat Doll album which should be out late this year and Nicole's (of pcd) solo album which should be coming soon in June I believe!

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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    Being the old fogey that I am:
    Paul McCartney's "Memory Almost Full" being released in June.
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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    I can't wait for Devin Townsend's latest thing, "Ziltoid the Omniscient." (It's a prog/metal concept album about an alien who comes to destroy earth unless they give him their finest cup of coffee . . . but there's a TWIST at the end!) Devy was supposed to be on hiatus, and this thing just came out of nowhere and it's awesome.

    Tomahawk (one of Mike Patton's groups) has a new one coming out soon, "Anonymous," which is supposed to be really good. It's rock influenced with some obscure Native American traditional music--guitarist Duane Denison has spent a lot of time hanging out on reservations while on tour and such.

    On the other hand, I was excited to hear that Marilyn Manson had a new album coming out, titled "Eat Me, Drink Me," and with the obvious Lewis Carroll reference, I thought it might be interesting. However, the MySpace tracks are terrible.

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    I'm pretty excited about Manic Street Preachers having a new album out. I had a huge poster of Nicky Wire and Richey all dolled up in leopard print and smeared eyeliner pinned to my bedroom wall when I was in my teens, and fellow music geeks might have noted that my signature line ("Culture slut") is a Nicky Wire-ism. As I recall, he had written "culture slut" in bright red lipstick across his chest on that poster of mine. Hmm, I wonder what happened to it?

    Anyway, with Release the Tigers, Manics have definitely stepped up their game after a couple of lukewarm efforts. It's political, it's got drive and, even more importantly, the Manics rock again. James Dean Bradfield has never sounded better vocally, and old-school fans will be pleased to know that there are echoes of both Holy Bible and Generation Terrorists. Standout tracks include first single "Your Love Is Not Enough", a catchy little number that has James Dean Bradfield pairing up with The Cardigans' Nina Persson. Mind you, there isn't one song in the bunch that threatens to dethrone "Motorcycle Emptiness", but seeing that it's not only the best song Manics are likely to ever write but also quite possibly the best song of the 90's, I'd still tell people to go out and buy Release the Tigers.
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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by geek the girl;2385552;
    I'm pretty excited about Manic Street Preachers having a new album out. I had a huge poster of Nicky Wire and Richey all dolled up in leopard print and smeared eyeliner pinned to my bedroom wall when I was in my teens, and fellow music geeks might have noted that my signature line ("Culture slut") is a Nicky Wire-ism. As I recall, he had written "culture slut" in bright red lipstick across his chest on that poster of mine. Hmm, I wonder what happened to it?

    Anyway, with Release the Tigers, Manics have definitely stepped up their game after a couple of lukewarm efforts. It's political, it's got drive and, even more importantly, the Manics rock again. James Dean Bradfield has never sounded better vocally, and old-school fans will be pleased to know that there are echoes of both Holy Bible and Generation Terrorists. Standout tracks include first single "Your Love Is Not Enough", a catchy little number that has James Dean Bradfield pairing up with The Cardigans' Nina Persson. Mind you, there isn't one song in the bunch that threatens to dethrone "Motorcycle Emptiness", but seeing that it's not only the best song Manics are likely to ever write but also quite possibly the best song of the 90's, I'd still tell people to go out and buy Release the Tigers.
    Okay, I'm sheepishly repeating everything I've said above, with one tiny exception: the album is actually called Send Away the Tigers, not Release the Tigers. Silly me. It's still a good album, though, despite my being senile.
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    Re: Anticipated album of 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantenna;2384880;
    Tomahawk (one of Mike Patton's groups) has a new one coming out soon, "Anonymous," which is supposed to be really good. It's rock influenced with some obscure Native American traditional music--guitarist Duane Denison has spent a lot of time hanging out on reservations while on tour and such.
    That sounds really interesting. I happen to love traditional native music - the drumming in particular is so beautiful and haunting.

    On the other hand, I was excited to hear that Marilyn Manson had a new album coming out, titled "Eat Me, Drink Me," and with the obvious Lewis Carroll reference, I thought it might be interesting. However, the MySpace tracks are terrible.
    Thanks for the heads up, Manny. I checked out those MySpace tracks and found them pretty dull.
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