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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Save your money for New Release Tuesday

Posted By on Sat, Jan 17, 2015 at 3:30 PM

You may or may not have big plans this weekend. But if you're a music fan, and you don't tend to suffer from #FOMO, here's a few suggestions as to what you could pick up at your local record shop this Tuesday. There's something for everyone, so whether you're a industrial goth rock fan or you've been waiting patiently for that newest Joey Bada$$ album, you won't be disappointed.

Here's just a small sampling of the goodness headed your way:



Notable releases:
Viet Cong (indie rock)
The Decemberists (indie folk)
Sleater-Kinney (punk)
Marilyn Manson (industrial rock)
Lupe Fiasco (hip hop)
Joey Bada$$ (hip hop)
Fall Out Boy (pop rock)
Belle & Sebastian (indie pop)

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