New Releases: September 6, 2005

Here’s our rundown of what’s new and noteworthy in record stores this week.

Against Me!, Searching For a Former Clarity (Fat Wreck Chords)
Punk-folkers Against Me! Return to the fold with their fourth full-length album — their second for the Fat Wreck Chords label (read more).
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

Dirty on Purpose, Sleep Late for a Better Tomorrow (North Street)
The blending of a mellow male and a gentle female voice in Dirty on Purpose creates a near-lullabye kind of sound — something along the lines of Yo La Tengo’s harmonies — that could calm squalling babies (read more ).
Buy: Amazon

The Rolling Stones, A Bigger Bang (Virgin)
Even though they’re now rolling in wheelchairs, the Stones release their first new material since 1997’s Bridges to Babylon.
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

George Clinton Presents the P-Funk Allstars, How Late Do You Have 2 B B 4 U R Absent (The C Kunspyruhzy/Big Daddy)
P-Funk for the instant messaging age: At first they were going to put an emoticon at the end of the foreshortened title, but then they fired the thirteen-year-old girl who was naming their record.
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

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