New Albums from Weezer, Robert Plant & 26 More!

SPIN Staff

Here's a rundown of the best and worst albums available online and in record stores today:

Weezer, Hurley
Rivers and Co. rebound from Raditude.
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Of Montreal, False Priest
Indie rock's kinkiest leading man pours out his heart's deepest desires and disappointments
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Robert Plant, Band of Joy
Zep's conjure man seeks salvation deep in the hills
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Black Mountain, Wilderness Heart
Shaggy '70s riff mongers take bong to the woods
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Grinderman, Grinderman 2
Nick Cave and friends want to do bad things with you
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The Walkmen, Lisbon
Battered rockers stalk the streets with savvy stride
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Crocodiles, Sleep Forever
Authentic psych-grunge or bubblegum trash? Both?
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Chromeo, Business Casual
Tireless '80s excavators suavely tweak come-ons
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The Drums, The Drums
Fearless fops hark back to era of synths and quiffs
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Blonde Redhead, Penny Sparkle
Gauzy guitar vignettes replaced by somber synths
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Brandon Flowers, Flamingo
Killers crooner mistakenly cranks up the melodrama
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Screaming Females, Castle Talk
Rowdy basement-punk din now a tightly coiled roar
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Mavis Staples, You Are Not Alone
Tweedy forgoes makeover on batch of inspired belting
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Underworld, Barking
Electronica eccentrics earn the right to go pop
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Superchunk, Majesty Shredding
The little punk band that could, and did -- does it again
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Azure Ray, Drawing Down the Moon
Female duo returns with songs for somber lovers.
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Jamey Johnson, The Guitar Song
Hard-living 'Bama brawler stretches out, speaks harsh truth.
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Bear in Heaven, Beast Rest Forth Mouth (Expanded Edition)
Sublime chemical swoon get serious remix tweak
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The Black Angels, Phosphene Dream
Texans spiff up effects pedals, hit the highway
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Dungen, Skit I Allt
Striking psych-folk crafted with untrippy precision
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El Guincho, Pop Negro
Not a frown to be found in the border-crossing fantasia
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Junip, Fields
Intimate folk minimalist revisits slinky rock guise
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The Corin Tucker Band, 1,000 Years
Ballad of a Lady: Sleater-Kinney's fierce voice eases into the future
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Les Savy Fav, Root for Ruin
Brooklyn's fraternal order of noisy crowd-pleasers
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Linkin Park, A Thousand Suns
One merciful step closer to forgetting mook mania
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Rah Digga, Classic
Harriet Thugman still runs underground rap railroad
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Superpitcher, Kilimanjaro
Techno titan reemerges as Thin White Archduke
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Tamaryn, The Waves
Why, yes, that's actually an eerily accurate album title
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