9495 – New Tunage – April Wine?!?! Rick Springfield?!?! Jamiroquai?!?!? What year is this?!?!

New Releases, Nov. 28: Incubus, Clipse, Mark Kozelek
Incubus “Light Grenades”
The alt-metal act returns with its follow-up to 2004’s “A Crow Left of the Murder.”
“Light Grenades,” the band’s sixth studio effort, was produced by Brendan O’Brien, the studio wiz known for his work with the likes of Pearl Jam and Korn. The first single from the album is “Anna Molly.”
Incubus will support “Light Grenades” with a 25-city tour that is set to kick off Jan. 5 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The trek currently stretches through a Feb. 11 date at the Wiltern in Los Angeles.
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Clipse “Hell Hath No Fury”
After numerous delays, the Virginia-based hip-hop duo known as the Clipse is finally set to drop “Hell Hath No Fury.”
The record–which follows 2002’s “Lord Willin'”–features a number of guest stars. Notably, Pharrell Williams shows up on “Mr. Me Too” and Slim Thug makes an appearance on “Wamp Wamp (What It Do).”
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Mark Kozelek “Little Drummer Boy Live”
Mark Kozelek, a singer/songwriter best known for his work with the Red House Painters, furthers his solo career with the release of this two-disc, in-concert set.
“Little Drummer Boy Live” features 20 tunes taken from recent shows in both North America and Europe. The set includes covers of songs originally performed by the likes of The Cars, AC/DC and Modest Mouse.
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Jamiroquai “High Times: Singles 1992-2006”
This 19-track collection features all of the best-known songs from funky dance act Jamiroquai. The set includes such fan favorites as “When You Gonna Learn,” “Canned Heat,” “Too Young to Die,” “Cosmic Girl” and “Blow Your Mind.” The album also offers two new tracks: “Runaway” and “Radio.”
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Ying Yang Twins “Chemically Imbalanced”
The duo that brought us “Wait (The Whisper Song)” and “Bedroom Boom” is back with “Chemically Imbalanced.” The record includes the single “Dangerous,” which features Wyclef Jean.
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Other new releases:
April Wine, “Roughly Speaking” (April Wine)
Crime in Choir, “Trumpery Metier” (Gold Standard Labora)
Faithless, “To All New Arrivals” (Sony)
Figgs, “Follow Jean Through the Sea” (Gern Blandsten)
Aled Jones, “You Raise Me Up: The Best of Aled Jones” (Universal)
The King’s Singers, “Landscape & Time” (Signum)
Little Diesel, “No Lie” (Telstar)
Pilot Speed, “Into the West” (Wind-Up)
Reset, “No Limits No Worries” (Union Local 2112)
Max Richter, “Songs From Before” (Fat Cat)
Rick Springfield, “Catch Me If You Can” (Renaissance)
Kate Taylor, “It’s in There” (Sony)
Too $hort, “Mack of the Century: Too $horts Greatest Hits” (Jive)
Various Artists, “Cream Anthems 2007” (Cream)
Young Buck, “Buck Tha World” (Interscope)