[May 27, 2008] Heading to the record store? Here’s what’s new.

    This week: Mogwai’s landmark Young Team gets reissued with extra goodies; dance-rock duo Walter Meego debuts with Voyager; Spiritualized goes big and orchestral again with Songs in A&E; and, with help from ?uestlove and James Poyser, Al Green stays classic.




    Afrika Bambaataa: Dance Album (Snapper UK)

    Al Green: Lay It Down (Blue Note)

    Ascend: Ample Fire Within [Bonus Track] (Southern Lord)

    Booka Shade: Sun & The Neonlight (Get Physical Music)

    The Charlatans: You Cross My Path (Cooking Vinyl)

    Custom Made: Original Dynasty (Babygrande)

    Dame Grease: Goon Musik (Babygrande)

    Danny Zamir: I Believe (Tzadik)

    Deepchord: Vantage Isle Sessions

    DJ Drama: Gangsta Grillz, Vol. 17 (BCD Music Group)

    Ellen Allien: Sool (Bpitch Control)

    Elliott Sharp: String Quartet, Vol. 2 (Tzadik)

    Felix da Housecat: Global Underground: Milan (Global Underground)

    H2O: Nothing to Prove (Bridge Nine)

    Health: Health//Disco [Bonus Tracks] (Lovepump United)

    Heaven And: Sweeter as the Years Roll By (Staubgold Germany)

    The Herbaliser: Same as It Never Was (K7)

    I Love Math: Getting to the Point Is Beside It (Glurp)

    Ihsahn: Angl (Candlelight)

    Ikue Mori: Phantom Orchard (Tzadik)

    James Pants: Welcome (Stones Throw)

    J-Live: Then What Happened? (BBE)

    Keak Da Sneak: Deified (Koch) 

    Keiji Haino: Uhrfasudhasdd (Tzadik)

    Lil’ Kim: Ms. G.O.A.T. Lines: Memory Span (Acute)

    Mogwai: Young Team [Bonus Tracks] (Chemikal Underground)

    New York Dolls: Live at the Fillmore East December 28 & 29, 2007 (Sbme Special Mkts.)

    Pluxus: Solid State (Kompakt Germany)

    The Residents: Duck Stab (Mute U.S.)

    The Residents: Eskimo (Mute U.S.)

    Speedknot Mobstaz: Mobstability II: Nation Bizness (Koch)

    Spiritualized: Songs in A&E (Fontana Universal)

    Steinski: What Does It All Mean? 1983-2006 Retrospective (Illegal Art)

    Tetuzi Akiyama: Ancient Balance to Control Death (Western Vinyl)

    Usher: Here I Stand (Jive) 

    Walter Meego: Voyager (Almost Gold)

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