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VoxTalk highlights three albums from a strong week of releases, recent tour developments and other music news.
New albums (released Sept. 25):
On top of deadmau5′s usual energetic dance beats, the new album also features an impressive line up of collaborations. My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way, Imogen Heap and Cypress Hill are just a few of the artists that share their talents on these tracks.
The rap master is back. Making up for the blacked out album cover, Lupe has a lot to say in his new tracks, touching on everything from American urban culture to heartbreak.
No Doubt- Push and Shove
After an 11-year wait, fans can finally get their hands on a new No Doubt album. Although it doesn’t quite live up to the hype, but there are some great tracks waiting to become hits.
- Swedish House Mafia have announced dates for their final tour ever; see them while you still can.
- The Joy Formidable will be heading out on tour next month accompanied by Muse on select days.
- Christina Aguilera has released a new single, “Your Body,” along with a rather provocative video.
- Metallica is releasing a free download of 1984 show in honor of their former bassist, Cliff Burton.
Vox pick of the week:
Maroon 5- “One More Night”
Maroon 5′s latest single is reminiscent of previous hits, but it brings a touch of newness along with an extremely catchy chorus. This track tells the tale of a man who can’t seem to shake his affections for his love interest no matter what he does. The beat will keep your toes tapping even though the subject matter is a bit on the frustrated side.
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