Brian Eno - Reflection BUY!
Cream - Fresh Cream [deluxe] BUY!
Dropkick Murphys - 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory BUY!
Eric Ambel - Lakeside BUY!
The Flaming Lips - Oczy Mlody BUY!
Sepultura - Machine Messiah BUY!
Bash & Pop - Anything Could Happen BUY!
Ronnie Baker Brooks - Times Have Changed BUY!
Chicago - Chicago II (Steven Wilson remix) BUY!
John Mayall - Talk About That BUY!
Ty Segall - Ty Segall BUY!
Album of the Month: Bash & Pop's Anything Can Happen, the first album in 23 years from Replacements' bassist Tommy Stinson. After the Replacements broke up in 1992, Stinson grabbed a guitar and formed Bash & Pop with guitarist Steve Brantseg, 'Mats drummer Steve Foley, and Steve's brother Kevin on bass. The four released a single album, Friday Night Is Killing Me, in 1993 but broke up the following year. Stinson had been inspired to write new material during the past two years and after a PledgeMusic campaign, reformed the band to record the long-anticipated Anything Can Happen.