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Pop - Released July 14, 2021 | Echo

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Rock - Released September 25, 2020 | Echo

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Rock - Released September 4, 2020 | Echo

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Alternative & Indie - Released July 3, 2020 | Echo

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Rock - Released May 22, 2020 | Echo

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Rock - Released May 1, 2020 | Echo

Supergrass' debut album, I Should Coco, rushed by at such a blinding speed that some listeners didn't notice the melodic complexity of its best songs. On its second album, the cleverly titled In It for the Money, Supergrass brought the songs to the forefront, slowing the tempos considerably and constructing a varied, textured album that makes the band's ambition and skill abundantly clear. From the droning mantra of the opening title track, it's clear that the band has delved deeply into psychedelia, and hints of Magical Mystery Tour are evident throughout the album, from swirling organs and gurgling wah-wahs to punchy horn charts and human beatboxes. In fact, Supergrass has substituted the punky rush of I Should Coco for such sonic details, and while that means the band only occasionally touches upon the breakneck pace of its debut (the hard-driving "Richard III"), it also deepens its joyful exuberance with subtle songs and remarkably accomplished musicianship. There might not be a "Caught by the Fuzz" or "Alright" on In It for the Money, but that's not a problem, since the bright explosion of "Sun Hits the Sky" and the nervy "Tonight" are just as energetic, and the album features introspective numbers like the gorgeous "Late in the Day" and "It's Not Me" that give it substantial weight. And even with all this musical maturity, Supergrass hasn't sacrificed its good-natured humor, as the detailed production and the bizarre closer, "Sometimes I Make You Sad," make abundantly clear. Sometimes, maturity turns out to be everything it's supposed to be. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Rock - Released February 14, 2020 | Echo

Celebrating 25 years since they formed, Teenage Wildlife brings together a selection of Ash's biggest hits. Included are songs from across their studio output, including tracks such as "Kung Fu," "Girl from Mars," and "Shining Light." © TiVo
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Rock - Released February 11, 2020 | Echo

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Rock - Released January 24, 2020 | Echo

A quarter of a century after their stupendous debut with the masterpiece I Should Coco, Supergrass remind us that they were oddballs of the 90s Britpop scene. The trio, which later would later become a quartet, have nothing to envy of Oasis, Blur or Pulp. They’re more like the distant and mouthy cousins of The Who… With The Strange Ones, Gaz Coombes’ band touches on its entire career through thirty tracks, from hit singles, explosive live performances, B sides and unreleased songs. This compilation is in fact the ‘lite’ version of an XXL box set (counting over 200 tracks!), published in CD and vinyl and not digitally. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Rock - Released January 6, 2020 | Echo

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Rock - Released December 11, 2019 | Echo

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Rock - Released November 26, 2019 | Echo

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Rock - Released November 4, 2019 | Echo

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Rock - Released May 31, 2019 | Echo

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Alternative & Indie - Released April 17, 2018 | Echo

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Alternative & Indie - Released September 29, 2017 | Echo

2017's The Best of Feeder sets itself apart from previous collections with new material written for a nine-track mini-album called Arrow, which is included. © Liam Martin /TiVo