Published Jun 22, 2010Today is Tuesday and you guys know what that means: time too see what new albums have been released this week. Check out all of our new music reviews at Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section.
First off, the wait is over: the Roots have finally released their long-anticipated and much-delayed How I Got Over. So was it worth all that waiting? Well, if you want a clue, we did give it our Exclaim! Mark of Excellence.
Also earning our coveted mark this week, we have Vaudeville from Canuck rap eccentric D-Sisive, as well as the new compilation The Comp Kills Fascist Volume 2, which was put together by Agoraphobic Nosebleed/Pig Destroyer grind psycho Scott Hull and is 74 tracks long.
Then there's the new albums by Fol Chen, the Wilderness of Manitoba, Maylee Todd and former Guided By Voices front-man Robert Pollard, whose released his 15th solo release and second of 2010.
To top things off, HEALTH has a new one called Health::Disco2, which features remixes from Gold Panda, Crystal Castles, Javelin, CFCF and others. and for fans of psychedelic synth workouts (not to mention the latest Emeralds album), check out the new one from Oneohtrix Point Never titled Returnal.
For even more new reviews, head to our Recently Reviewed music section, and for a glimpse of what to come go to our New and Forthcoming Release Dates page.