New Music Tuesday – Incubus, Colbie Caillat, Sumblime With Rome – More
—“If Not Now, When?”, Incubus – Brandon Boyd has said this about the title: “I’m addicted to the news. There’s so much at play right now, so many important, catastrophic, beautiful things. This idea ‘If Not Now, When?’ seems terribly poignant.”
—“All of You”, Colbie Caillat – It includes the singles “I Do” and “Brighter Than the Sun” . . . plus the track “Favorite Song”, which features Common.
—“Yours Truly”, Sublime with Rome – This is Sublime’s first album with their new singer Rome Ramirez. Sublime was forced to alter their name by the estate of their original singer Bradley Nowell, who died of a drug overdose in 1996.
—“Fly From Here”, Yes – This is their first new disc in a decade, and their first with singer Benoit David, who replaced long-time vocalist Jon Anderson in 2008. Before that, Benoit had been in a Canadian Yes tribute band called Close to the Edge.
—“Twisted Wires and the Acoustic Sessions”, Tesla – New songs, plus some old recordings, including a few that were recorded with former guitarist Tommy Skeoch.
—“Kairos”, the Brazilian metal band Sepultura
—“The Truth Is…”, Theory of a Deadman
—“2120 South Michigan Ave”, George Thorogood and the Destroyers
—“Just Me”, Brian McKnight
—“Use Me”, David Bromberg – His guests include Widespread Panic, Keb Mo, Los Lobos, John Hiatt, Vince Gill, Dr. John, and Linda Ronstadt.)
—“Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying: 25th Anniversary Edition”, Megadeth – It’s been re-mastered, and it comes with a second disc of a previously unreleased live show from 1986.
—“Damnesia”, Alkaline Trio – The band reworked their songs with new acoustic arrangements to celebrate their 15th anniversary.
—The “Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2″ and “X-Men: First Class” soundtracks albums.
—“The Kickback”, Cali Swag District – It includes their hit, “Teach Me How to Dougie”. The group has dedicated the album to former member M-Bone, who was shot and killed in Los Angeles back in May.