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Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

1. Scissor Sisters, Scissor Sisters (If Elton John and Postal Service had a bunch of kids, they would be called “Scissor Sisters.” Delightfully engaging, yet danceable, stuff.)

2. Old 97s, Drag It Up (A raucous return to roots rock and country vibes for this Dallas honky-tonk group of punk-rock lovers.)

3. RJD2, Since We Last Spoke (A rough ‘n’ tumble collection of beats, raps, and breezy divas on this solo project from the famed underground hip-hop producer.)

4. Martina Topley-Bird, Anything. (Tricky’s most famous trip-hop siren delivers her own solo album full of chill-out grooves.)

5. Austin City Limits Music Festival 2003 (A range of artists from Steve Earle and Ben Harper to R.E.M. and Bright Eyes highlight last year’s three-day music extravaganza on a single disc.)

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