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Justin Bieber Kicks Off This Week’s New Releases

by Andrew Tijs on June 15, 2012

in New Music,News

Bieber leads a weird mix of artists with new albums: Metric, Maximo Park, Muscles, Motion City Soundtrack and more.

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Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber finally releases his second proper album, Believe, today. Let’s see if it can match his arch nemeses One Direction’s success.

Brit-rockers Maximo Park have their fourth album The National Health and snappy Canadian indie-rockers Metric release their fifth Synthetica.

Following up his top 20 debut album Guns Babes Lemonade, electro-pop sprite Muscles displays his Manhood.

Glen Hansard of Irish act The Frames and the Oscar-winning Once film (and now musical) releases his first solo album Rhythm And Repose. And the third album from perky Scottish singer-songwriter Amy McDonald, Life In A Beautiful Light, comes out today.

Industrial-metal giants Fear Factory return with the critically praised Industrialist album and there’s a new disc from roustabout punks The Bouncing Souls, titled Comet and power pop outfit Motion City Soundtrack offer Go.

Acclaimed Idaho singer-songwriter (and novelist) Josh Ritter releases So Runs The World Away and singer-songwriter Swede The Tallest Man on Earth has his new album  There’s No Leaving Now.

Classical piano master Lang Lang gives a CD/DVD pack titled Liszt Now and there’s the cross-genre string mix fronted by Yo-Yo Ma on The Goat Rodeo Sessions DVD and rootsy country trio Eden’s Edge release their self-titled debut.

Experimental US electro-psych husband and wife team Peaking Lights have their acclaimed new effort Lucifer and quirky Mississippi dude Dent May throws out the ukulele on his new effort Do Things.

There’s a boxset of Lost Tapes from Krautrock pioneers Can and a new Tea Party collection titled Tangents.

And finally, today sees the release of 25th anniversary edition of Paul Simon’s Graceland and AC/DC’s Let There Be Rock DVD featuring the final live performance by  Bon Scott in 1979.

Have a look at the Noise11 interview with Muscles discussing his new album below.



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