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New Music on iTunes 2008-09-23 15:30:11

What to Download: New Music on iTunes

Tuesdays are big in entertainmentville: Not only do all the new DVD releases hit Netflix, but new music also pours into stores, including iTunes. So I take a spin through each week's iTunes music releases and pick out some albums and tracks worthy of a download. In addition to the songs and albums below you can now download a second volume of the Sex and the City soundtrack. Here are today's selections:

Let's Rock: The new Kings of Leon album, Only By the Night, seems like a pretty straightforward effort by the band in all its arena-rock glory. I've already been digging the track "Sex on Fire," and I think "17" sounds interesting. I'm looking forward to giving it a whirl.

When I grow up I might not listen to this stuff anymore: First of all, I have to tell you that I laughed out loud when I laid eyes on this cover. It appears that the middle Pussycat Doll lost her shirt on her motorcycle ride. But I digress. I don't think I'll ever buy an entire Dolls album but will admit I've succumbed to their catchy dance tunes in the past. The song we've all heard a lot already, "When I Grow Up," is of course included on their new album as is an obligatory song featuring Snoop Dog called "Bottle Pop," and what I bet is the next song none of us will be able to get out of our brains, "Halo".

Two more picks up next so


Reflecting: Oh, wow, I really like Cold War Kids and I'm totally digging their new album Loyalty to Loyalty. I read an article about what inspired this new album and discovered that the lyrically mesmerizing track, "Every Man I Fall For," is written about a female's perspective of relationships. I'm really enjoying the song "Relief" as well but I'll likely download the entire thing.

"Down-home Dixie-fried home-grown..." Those are some of the fun, spirited lyrics from the first track on the Old Crow Medicine Show's new album Tennessee Pusher. The banjo-plucky album has more of the OCMS's super-Southern country-folk tunes. In fact, it's like a fond love letter to the South, from the energetic "Alabama High-Test" to the much darker "Motel in Memphis" and title track "Tennessee Pusher."

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blondie829 blondie829 8 years
PCD is great for the fast songs - a good workout mix requires some PCD!! ha
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i've been waiting for the PCD CD to come out and well - i guess maybe i'll try to use credits on iTunes to get it. i work out to their current single so i'm always hopefull that there will be something different for me to tune into so i can have a change-up in my routine.
Anniina Anniina 8 years
I really like PCD's "Halo". I listened it like crazy one day when I was out, shopping etc. :D I don't care who sings, the song itself is kickass.
Ineedclarity Ineedclarity 8 years
Don't forget about Jenny Lewis new album Acid Tongue.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
I admit, I downloaded "When I Grow Up." Oh, the shame.
fifafifa fifafifa 8 years
I almost choked on my water when I read the PCD shirt-off-by-motorcycle comment. What a joke.
angelinemarie angelinemarie 8 years
i didnt like the pcd cd a whole lot
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