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Just Play Music’s Top Ten for the Week of July 13

Interpol’s Our Love to Admire

1. Interpol Our Love to Admire

2. Bad Religion New Maps of Hell

3. Against Me! New Wave

4. Amy Winehouse Back to Black

5. Bruce Springstein with the Sessions Band Live in Dublin

6. Bad Brains Build a Nation

7. Velvet Revolver Libertad

8. Ryan Adams Easy Tiger

9. Pig Destroyer Phantom Limb

10. Marilyn Manson Eat Me, Drink Me

Just Play Music’s Employee Pick of the Week:

Battle’s Mirrored

Battles, Mirrored

This eclectic and experimental band was picked by employee Andrew Harvey, who admits this band to be a strong representative of his favorite musical genre. “[Battles] is really weird, so I was attracted to the CD:they have a really refined and well done sound. It clunked me,” Harvey said. Mirrored was heavily influenced by psychedelia and has an intricate and uplifting vibe to it. And, according to Harvey, “it’s something you can do drugs to.”

Morninglory Music’s Top Ten for the Week of July 13

Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black

1. Amy Winehouse Back to Black

2. T.I. T.I. Vs T.I.P.

3. The White Stripes Icky Thump

4. Smashing Pumpkins Zeitgeist

5. Interpol Our Love to Admire

6. Bon Jovi Lost Highway

7. Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight

8. Pink Martini Hey Eugene!

9. Beastie Boys The Mix Up

10. Pharoahe Monch Desire

Morninglory Music’s Employee Pick of the Week:

Jah Batta’s Argument

Jah Batta, Argument

Dave Esquer, an avid reggae fan, highlighted this CD with special emphasis on Batta’s vocal and lyrical talents. According to Esquer, Argument, though still rooted in the recycled-yet-catchy reggae sound, has that something extra that puts Batta above the rest. “The vocals stray from what’s usually done:he has a new twist to it,” Esquer said. This cool low-fi dub sound, “is good for kickin’ back with the windows rolled down after a long day of surfing,” he said.

Stephanie Flint is an Independent intern.



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