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For You

For You

Selena Gomez

All of Selena Gomez’s biggest hits are presented in a new collection that also includes two brand new songs that are exclusive to this CD.


People Keep Talking

People Keep Talking

Hoodie Allen

Following the release of his All American EP, Hoodie Allen’s highly anticipated debut album finds inspiration from the likes of Justin Timberlake and Mark Ronson. It also includes the single “Show Me What You’re Made Of.”



Four

Four

One Direction

Pop superstars One Direction return with the follow-up to their chart-topping 2013 release Midnight Memories. Includes the single “Fireproof.”


Michael

Michael

Les Sins

Les Sins is the dance project from Toro y Moi’s Chaz Bundick. The debut is a largely instrumental album that explores classic dance and pop music traditions while finding inspiration from cartoon and movie soundtracks.


Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas begins to step away from The Jonas Brothers with his highly anticipated solo album. The debut single “Jealous” has already captured the attention of many.


Fumes

Fumes

Lily & Madeleine

Midwestern sisters Lily & Madeleine shot to prominence with their ethereal folk-pop and charming harmonies on their 2013 debut self-titled album. The duo’s sophomore record, Fumes, is far more expansive than that bare-bones first effort, and in turn the production is far more polished, giving the entire sound a sweetened wash and clarity.


LP3

LP3

Restorations

Philadelphia indie rockers Restorations deliver a sprawling, noisy third album full of wide skies, big guitars, and a warm heartland feel.


Somewhere Else

Somewhere Else

Lydia Loveless

Two years after the critical success of her breakout second album, Indestructible Machine, Lydia Loveless emerges from the trenches of hometown Columbus, Ohio, with the gloves off and brimming with confidence on Somewhere Else.


Spoon

They Want My Soul

Spoon

After taking a break for the past four and a half years, Spoon returns with their most straight-up, direct, and concise rock album ever. They bring plenty of their trademark authority, confidence, and swagger to songs like “Rent I Pay.”


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