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New Releases, February 6: Fall Out Boy, Bloc Party, Patty Griffin
Fall Out Boy “Infinity on High”
Chicago’s Fall Out Boy–having just wrapped up the largely sold-out Friends or Enemies Tour with New Found Glory, The Early November and Permanent Me–will now drop its sophomore major-label release, which follows 2005’s “From Under the Cork Tree.”
Coinciding with the release of “Infinity on High,” Fall Out Boy will team with MTV for a publicity stunt that finds the pop-rockers performing in three cities in one day. The Infinity Flight 206 trek will include Feb. 6 performances in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. Fans that don’t live in one of those cities can follow the action by logging onto
Later this month, Fall Out Boy is scheduled to start a run of concerts in Europe, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. The group will then return to the states for a headlining slot on the seventh annual Honda Civic Tour, which begins April 18 in Charlotte, NC.
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Bloc Party “A Weekend in the City”
British rock band Bloc Party, which is often lumped in as part of the new New Wave movement, is set to release “A Weekend in the City.” The first single from the record–which follows the group’s 2005 full-length debut, “Silent Alarm”–is “The Prayer.”
The band will back “A Weekend in the City” next month with a tour that kicks off March 11 in Seattle and includes a March 15 appearance at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX.
Bloc Party was forced to cancel most of its previous North American tour, due to an injury to the band’s drummer.
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Patty Griffin “Children Running Through”
The Texas folk-singer/songwriter returns with a follow-up to 2005’s “Impossible Dream.” On this new album, “Children Running Through,” she worked with producer Mike McCarthy (Spoon).
Griffin is in the midst of a mini-tour in support of the new set, which is currently due to wind up Feb. 17 in Birmingham, AL. She is scheduled to embark on a more extensive tour next month.
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Ashley Tisdale “Headstrong”
The star of Disney’s “High School Musical” phenomenon attempts to further make a name for herself with her debut solo album. Tisdale has enlisted a talented crew to help her accomplish that goal. The guest list includes such hot writer-producers as The Matrix (Britney Spears), Guy Roche (Christina Aguilera) and Scott Storch (Usher).
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Tierney Sutton “On the Other Side”
The jazzy vocalist is obviously feeling mighty “happy” on her latest disc. “On the Other Side” includes such selections as “Get Happy,” “Happy Days are Here Again,” “Sometimes I’m Happy,” “Happy Talk” and “Make Someone Happy.”
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More new releases:
Apples in Stereo, “New Magnetic Wonder” (Yep Roc)
Jason Michael Carroll, “Waitin’ in the Country” (Arista)
Joe Ely, “Happy Songs From Rattlesnake Gulch” (CBUJ)
Cat Empire, “Two Shoes” (Velour)
John Digweed, “Transitions Vol. 2” (Thrive)
Maynard Ferguson, “On a High Note: Best of the Concord Jazz Recordings” (Concord)
Ruthie Foster, “Phenomenal Ruthie Foster” (Blue Corn)
Sondre Lerche, “Phantom Punch” (Astralwerks)
Jordan Pruitt, “No Ordinary Girl” (Hollywood)
Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter, “Like, Love, Lust and the Open Halls of the Soul” (Barsuk)
Therion, “Gothic Kabbalah” (Nuclear Blast)
Various Artists, “8-Bit Operators – An 8-Bit Tribute to Kraftwerk” (Astralwerks)
John Waters, “Date With John Waters” (New Line)
Keller Williams, “Dream” (Sci Fidelity)