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Just when you thought you had the Dirty Heads figured out, the Huntington Beach reggae crew switched up their sound once again. On sixth studio album SWIM TEAM, they mixed elements of hip-hop, house, alternative rock, dubstep, pop and world music.
A supergroup formed from members of Pantera, Mudvayne and Nothingface, HELLYEAH have spent the last decade transforming into a group that stands out on its own. This deluxe edition of UNDEN!ABLE features four exclusive live tracks to bring their monstrous live show straight to your bedroom.
The ninth studio album from rock greats Foo Fighters delivers more catchy, hopeful rock from Dave Grohl and co. True to its name, Concrete and Gold mixes the toughness of hard rock with the sleek sheen of pop.
Featuring singles like “Castle on the Hill” and “Shape of You,” Ed Sheeran’s third studio album is undoubtedly one of the biggest pop albums of the year (it had the third highest opening in the UK behind classic releases from Oasis and Adele), and may be his best collection of songs to date.
One of the most identifiable and engaging pop stars of the 21st century, P!nk’s seventh studio album (her first in five years) delivers the Top 40 hits fans love while upping the confessional nature of her empowering anthems.
Hailing from Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Colter Wall’s brand of folk and bluegrass has gone international, with co-signs from American folk icon Steve Earle and producer extraordinaire Rick Rubin. Nevertheless, Wall remains true to his roots on his debut album.