New Releases: March 14, 2006

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

Fall Out Boy, From Under the Cork Tree: Limited Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour Edition (Island)
After a week that included a failed crowd-surfing attempt at a secret show (read more) and the circulation of his semi-nude self-portraits across the web, Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz could use something uplifting. This week, that comes in the form of the special edition CD Fall Out Boy is releasing for their current tour, featuring five new tracks.
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

Hard-Fi, Stars of CCTV (Atlantic)
While Hard-Fi’s debut was released across the pond last year, American audiences have had to wait anxiously (or buy the import). The punk- and ska-inspired quartet who gave U.S. audiences a taste of their sound with the EP Cash Machine, finally deliver a full-length to American shores (read more).
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

NOFX, Never Trust a Hippy (Fat Wreck Chords)
Three years after the release of War on Errorism, Berkeley’s favorite punks who brought us boot-stompers like “The Brews” are back with a five-song EP, featuring tracks like “I’m Going to Hell for This One” and “You’re Wrong.”
Buy: Amazon | iTunes

DMC, Checks Thugs and Rock N Roll (Asylum)
It’s hard making it on your own, so for his solo debut, DMC enlisted a star-studded roster of artists to lend him a hand. Sarah McLachlan, Rev. Run, Kid Rock, and Doug E. Fresh are just a few of the artists who have guest spots on DMC’s 13-track project.
Buy: Amazon

Devo 2.0, Devo 2.0 (Disney)
There’s something odd about a group of tweens belting out “Whip It” without even a hint of irony. Regardless, here come five energetic kids, ages 10-13, taking on Devo’s catalog with some revamped lyrics (“Girl You Want” became “Boy U Want” for Devo 2.0’s female lead singer).
Buy: Amazon | iTunes


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