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November 23, 2018

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - November 23, 2018

My Brightest Diamond

My Brightest Diamond's A Million and One is the lone new album I can recommend this week.

Bauhaus's The Bela Session captures the first time the band recorded together in early 1979.

Tom Petty's American Treasure is available today in a 6-LP box set.

This week's interesting music releases:

Bauhaus: The Bela Session
Beta Band: Hot Shots II (reissue) [vinyl]
Britney Spears: ...Baby One More Time (reissue) [vinyl]
Calexico: The Black Light (remastered and expanded)
Chic: The Chic Organization 1977-1979 (5-CD box set)
Dan Reed Network: Origins
David Byrne: True Stories, A Film By David Byrne
Grand Funk Railroad: Mark, Don & Mel: 1969-71 Greatest Hits
Holly Golightly: Do the Get Along
Jacco Gardner: Somnium
Jo Hisaishi: Castle In The Sky (reissue) [vinyl]
Jo Hisaishi: My Neighbor Totoro
Jo Hisaishi: My Neighbor Totoro: Sound Book
Jo Hisaishi: NausicaƤ of the Valley of Wind (reissue) [vinyl]
Lindsey Buckingham: Solo Anthology: The Best Of Lindsey Buckingham (6-LP box set)
Lone Justice: The Western Tapes, 1983
Mac Miller: Swimming [vinyl]
Major Lazer: Essentials
Morrissey: Back on the Chain Gang [vinyl]
My Brightest Diamond: A Million and One
New Kids on the Block: Merry, Merry Christmas (reissue) [vinyl]
Pistol Annies: Interstate Gospel
Rita Ora: Phoenix
Songs: Ohia: Love & Work: The Lioness Sessions [vinyl]
Tom Petty: American Treasure (6-LP box set) [vinyl]
Various Artists: Just A Bad Dream: Sixty British Garage & Trash Nuggets 1981-1989
Various Artists: The Many Faces of Depeche Mode

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