New Tunage – I admit it, I have yet to hear any of these as I am still listening to – and loving – the new Green Day CD!!

New CD Releases, May 26th: Marilyn Manson, Mandy Moore, Grizzly Bear, Dave Alvin, Phoenix and more.
Marilyn Manson “The High End of Low” (Nothing)
The shock-rocker returns with a follow-up to 2007’s “Eat Me, Drink Me.” “The High End of Low” is Manson’s seventh studio album.
The record’s first official single, “Arma… geddon,” was released in mid-April, however another album cut, “We’re From America,” was made available as a free download on back in March.
Manson will support “The High End of Low” this summer by co-headlining alongside Slayer on the second annual Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. The 27-city trek is set to begin July 10 in Sacramento, CA.
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Mandy Moore “Amanda Leigh” (Storefront)
The 25-year-old vocalist, whose full name is Amanda Leigh Moore, is back with her sixth studio album. Her previous outing was 2007’s Top 40-charting “Wild Hope.”
The album was produced by Mike Viola, a Boston-area songwriter who co-wrote a number of the tracks featured in the John C. Reilly film “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.” The first single from “Amanda Leigh” is the tune “I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week.”
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Grizzly Bear “Veckatimest” (Warp)
The acclaimed indie-pop quartet is set to unveil its third studio album, which follows 2006’s “Yellow House.” “Veckatimest” was recorded at Allaire Studios in upstate New York’s Catskill Mountains.
Having appeared over the weekend at Washington State’s Sasquatch! Festival, Grizzly Bear will remain on the road through late June. Highlights of the 19-city trek include a pair of dates (5/28-29) in New York City.
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Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women “Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women” (Yep Roc)
The roots-rocker, a founding member of The Blasters and the leader of The Guilty Men, showcases the talents of his latest ensemble. The Guilty Women includes such players as Cindy Cashdollar, Nina Gerber, Laurie Lewis, Sarah Brown, Amy Farris and Marcia Ball.
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Phoenix “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix” (Glass Note)
The French alt-rock troupe, often associated with better-known fellow countrymen Air and Daft Punk, is ready to release its fourth studio album. Besides the tip of the hat to Mozart in the title, “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix” also honors another classic composer, Franz Liszt, on the album’s first single, “Lisztomania”.
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More new releases:
The A’s, “The A’s/Woman’s Got the Power” (American Beat)
James Brown, “The Singles, Vol. 7: 1970-1972” (Hip-O)
Gary Burton, “Quartet Live!” (Concord)
Del-Lords, “Frontier Days” (American Beat)
Del-Lords, “Johnny Comes Marching Home” (American Beat)
The Doors, “The Soft Parade” (Audio Fidelity)
Paul Hardcastle, “The Collection” (Trippin & Rhythm)
Vinnie Moore, “To the Core” (R.E.D.)
Linda Ronstadt, “Heart Like a Wheel” (Audio Fidelity)
Michelle Shocked, “Soul of My Soul” (Mighty Sound)
Luciana Souza, “Tide” (Verve)
Sunn 0))), “Monoliths and Dimensions” (Southern Lord)
Various Artists, “Man of Somebody’s Dreams: A Tribute to the Songs of Chris Gaffney” (Yep Roc)
Johnny Winter, “The Johnny Winter Anthology” (Shout)