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New Albums from Steve Earle, An Horse + 11 More


Here’s our take on the best and worst albums available online and in record stores Tuesday, April 26:

Steve Earle, I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive
So lonesome he could die, forever and ever, amen.
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Explosions in the Sky, Take Care. Take Care. Take Care.
Don’t sleep on their epic ‘One Tree Hill’ jams.
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An Horse, Walls
Tegan and Sara protégés amp up frantic theatrics.
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Times New Viking, Dancer Enquired
Unclogging the plumbing and rockin’ a fresh roll.
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The Airborne Toxic Event, All at Once
The rock’n’roll equivalent of a tear-soaked novella.
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About Group, Start and Complete
Geeky U.K. art-pop wet dream just a dry one-off.
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Prefuse 73, The Only She Chapters
Chronic beat deconstructor spotlights femmes fatales.
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Poly Styrene, Generation Indigo
The original Anglo-African feminist punk returns.
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Boris, Heavy Rocks
Restless metal icons veer in ever-dizzier directions.
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Cass McCombs, Wit’s End
Songs so unassuming they sneak up and slay you.
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Holy Ghost!, Holy Ghost!
New York scenesters debut with smooth anticlimax.
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Dennis Coffey, Dennis Coffey
Crate-diggers’ guitar hero avoids “Scorpio” retread.
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