Shoplifters Of The World Unite


We're not suggesting you give yourself a five finger discount on today's new releases, we just needed a Morrissey-drop (it's in our contracts). But here IS a guide to some of the notable jams in stores today, starting with Late Registration, which we've already talked up far too much. But Kanye fully deserves to wonder why Rolling Stone didn't give him 8 stars out of 5 (as he is indoubitably doing at this very moment.) That album is hot fire. Tony Yayo is also on the Best Buy endcap with his debut release. That wasn't a jail joke. Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon is like Madame Bovary, except change Emma Bovary for Tony Yayo, and 19th Century France for Riker's. That was a jail joke!

Folks dreaming of arts and crafts with Claire Fisher instead of G-Unit spinners can get down with Death Cab For Cutie's major label debut, Plans or the US release of the Coral's fine fine The Invisible Invasion, both filled with beats, rhymes, and life. Minus the rhymes. And most of the beats. Oh, and don't forget the soundtrack to the rad Marty S documentary on Bobby D, No Direction Home - it's PBStastic! Check for the DVD next month.

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Shoplifters Of The World Unite