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New Releases: February 14, 2006

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

The Subways, Young for Eternity (Sire/Warner Bros.)
Energetic British pop-rock trio the Subways finally release their 2005 U.K. debut stateside. The band, who won the Best Unsigned Band competition at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival, channel the White Stripes, the Vines, and Nirvana on their youthful debut (read more).
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The Veronicas, The Secret Life of…the Veronicas (Sire)
Twenty-year-old, pop-happy identical twins release their debut album with the help of super-producers like Max Martin and Bill Steinberg. Despite an outcry from the Archie Comics camp, the Veronicas claim they named themselves after Winona Ryder’s rebel character in the teen flick Heathers.
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Tori Amos, Fade to Red: Video Collection (Rhino)
Leave it to the passionate and prolific Tori Amos to ready a video collection for her fans for Valentine’s Day. Amos has culled together a career-spanning, two-disc set featuring 21 videos including “Crucify,” “Silent All These Years,” “Cornflake Girl,” and “God,” among others.
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Various Artists, I Am the Resurrection: A Tribute to John Fahey (Vanguard)
Sufjan Stevens, Devendra Banhart, and Calexico are among the artists paying tribute to reclusive folk rocker John Fahey, who died in 2001. Other artists involved in the project include Grandaddy, Sonic Youth’s Lee Renaldo, producer M. Ward, and Fruit Bats.
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