Bush, ‘The Sea of Memories’ (Zuma Rock/eOne)
To clarify, the band name here doesn’t quite signify the post-grunge hit factory you grew up pretending to hate. On the first Bush album since 2001’s Golden State, frontman Gavin Rossdale and drummer Robin Goodridge are flanked by a pair of new recruits, including guitarist Chris Traynor, who also played in Rossdale’s short-lived Institute. Still, Memories does indeed trigger some, particularly when a big-chorused rocker (“The Afterlife”) opens up like a razor-blade suitcase. As for the ballads, you’re better off YouTubing “Glycerine” — or one of the tearjerkers (“Forever May You Run” ) from Rossdale’s underappreciated 2008 solo disc.