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Pop - To be released May 7, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Pop - To be released April 2, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Rock - To be released March 26, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

Assembly includes a number of notable tracks from Joe Strummer's solo career. Featured is work from his albums with the Mescaleros, alongside live renditions of the Clash's "I Fought the Law" and "Rudie Can't Fail, and an unreleased acoustic version of "Junco Partner." © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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Rock - To be released March 19, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Alternative & Indie - Released March 5, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Pop - Released March 5, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Alternative & Indie - Released February 26, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Asia - Released February 26, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Soul - Released February 26, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Rock - Released February 19, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

Skillfully weaving together elements of psychedelia and classic rock with a healthy dose of vintage synth sounds, Hearty Har's debut album, Radio Astro, is the fruit of nearly a decade's worth of honing their craft as songwriters and producers. Brothers Shane and Tyler Fogerty may have a famous father -- Creedence Clearwater Revival's John -- and that may have helped them get their foot in the door, but they certainly didn't waste their chance once they got there. Radio Astro is a fun, witty, and musically rich listen that's constantly surprising and full of hooky songs. The album kicks off with "Radio Man '56," a rollicking tune that boasts a crunching rhythm, merrily oscillating synths, jangling 12-string guitar, almost gospel backing vocals, and howling vocals that nod to the work of their dad. Right away it's clear from the overstuffed arrangements and almost gleaming sounds that the brothers aren't looking to re-create the grit and grimace of CCR. This is a much more joyous and psychedelic trip with no extended guitar solos and precious little choogling. That being said, "Calling You Out" does have some chunky rhythms and raw vocals at its core, but they are surrounded by excess sparkle and shine. It's sort of like a CCR song produced by the team of the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and Kevin Parker of Tame Impala. The rest of the album follows suit with songs that rumble menacingly ("One for the Other"), head to soundtrack country (the twanging instrumental "Canyon of the Banshee"), hit soft rock space-opera nirvana ("Waves of Ecstasy"), conjure up the Coral at their brightest ("Fare Thee Well") and spookiest ("Boogie Man"), while elsewhere delivering a heady mix of solid rock, big choruses, and a touch of classic soul. "Get Down" is a fine example, sounding like a more organic and less goofy Primal Scream, while "Can't Keep Waiting" heads for the dancefloor with a lightly funky rhythm, rubbery bass, and frothy melody. No matter the sound or style, the brothers Fogerty handle them with a light touch and impressive amount of skill. All the time they spent getting their approach together means that their debut sounds like the work of a band who have already figured things out and are functioning at full capability. Famous father be damned, these two musical lads deserve attention and praise for what they created by themselves: first-rate, almost classic psychedelic rock full of promise and immediate delights. © Tim Sendra /TiVo
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Pop - Released February 19, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Metal - Released February 12, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

Ronnie James Dio has issued quite a few live albums and videos since departing from Black Sabbath in the early '80s, but as evidenced by its title, 2006's Holy Diver Live is a bit different. Keeping in step with a phenomenon started in the '90s with veteran rock acts performing a classic album in its entirety, Dio revisited his 1983 solo debut, Holy Diver. Recorded at the Astoria in London on October 22, 2005 (not 1995, as the CD booklet erroneously lists), the double-disc set also includes a second disc comprised of highlights from Dio's Rainbow and Black Sabbath days, as well as a pair of tracks from another strong early solo release, 1984's The Last in Line. Dio is in fine voice all these years later (something that can certainly not be said of the majority of rock singers his age who have to rely on backing vocalists or prerecorded tapes), as evidenced by such standouts as "Rainbow in the Dark," "Holy Diver," "Heaven and Hell," and "Tarot Woman." And headbangers worldwide have to be happy whenever the woefully underrated Dio/Sabbath-era gem "Sign of the Southern Cross" gets an airing on-stage. Despite guitarist Craig Goldy not performing on this night (due to an arm injury, Doug Aldrich took his place), Holy Diver Live is quite possibly Dio's finest live album yet -- from both a performance and set-list standpoint. © Greg Prato /TiVo
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Soul - Released February 12, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Rock - Released February 12, 2021 | BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

After the reawakening of Ronnie James Dio to a younger generation courtesy of his two-disc Rhino anthology Stand Up and Shout, the man remained alive and kicking for a year-and-a-half, sharing the road with fellow metal luminaries the Scorpions and Deep Purple. This collection of live recordings is the document of this tour, and it features the grand wizard of darkness in fine performing form, covering all of the well-known anthems like "Holy Diver" and "Heaven and Hell" and throwing in some choice new tunes for a balance of old and new. Dio heads will enjoy having this as a souvenir of the man's recent conquests in North America and Europe. © Rob Theakston /TiVo