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Jeffrey Morgan’s Media Blackout 

Jeffrey Morgan’s Media Blackout #150 presents the best records of 2007!

James HymanA Quentin Tarantino Mash-Up (Audio Shrapnel) :: This unrelenting aural canvas of carnage ’n’ comedy proves that James Hyman is the all-time undisputed modern master of the mash-up, alright?

SpacekittiGalaxy (Dart) :: Spacekitti is Jilli Dart, and Jilli Dart is the future of electronic sonic exotica. On Galaxy, the mistress of psychedelic trance skillfully merges the trippiest elements of classic popmuzik with rampant ambient drone, all super-stacked into one supersonic package.

KMFDMTOHUVABOHU (Metropolis) :: The megapower you can trust returns to classic form with their greatest album since XTORT.

Various ArtistsStax 50th Anniversary Celebration (Stax) :: What’s the greatest black record company in history that’s a hit machine to all the hip? Stax! You’re damn right.

Lisa LashesLisa Lashes (Lashed) :: Twelve vicious vein-melters guaranteed to fry your nervous system to a crisp.

The World/Inferno Friendship SocietyAddicted To Bad Ideas: Peter Lorre’s Twentieth Century (Chunksaah) :: The greatest expressionist avant-garde cabaret art-rock concept album ever!

Oblivion SunOblivion Sun (MVD Audio) :: Finally, a band that knows how to create contemporary Moog-fueled progressive rock just like the masters used to make.

The SojournersHold On (Black Hen) :: Radiating a purifying white light, this is spiritual three-part harmony gospel music at its redemptive finest.

Dr. DogWe All Belong (Park the Van) :: A lush surfeit of catchy tunes makes this irresistible offering the most charming pop album of the year.

SuffrajettBlack Glitter (Cobra) :: Say hello to one of the best hard rock bands in America.

LKNPostulate II (Greyday) :: Multi-instrumentalist Lauren K. Newman is back with another heavy album of rip-roarin’ rock.

MegadethUnited Abominations (Roadrunner) :: All hail the Mustaine Doctrine!

Ted NugentLove Grenade (Eagle Records) :: Fire in the hole!

Scum of the EarthSleaze Freak (Eclipse) :: Music to fuck by, served up piping hot, just the way I like it.

Amy WinehouseBack To Smack (Island) :: Includes the hit single "Lay Down and Die, Goodbye."

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