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Listen to these new releases on Music Unlimited this week.

  • 5 Seconds of Summer, the scrappy Australian boy band that got its start on YouTube, convincingly rocks out on its new self-titled release.
  • Nobody’s Smiling, the tenth studio album from rapper Common reflects on the grim reality of crime and violence in his hometown of Chicago.
  • Former tween heartthrob Jesse McCartney is back with his retro leaning fifth album, In Technicolor.

5 Seconds Of Summer / 5 Seconds Of Summer (Deluxe)
Common / Nobody’s Smiling (Deluxe)
Jesse McCartney / In Technicolor
The Black Angels / Clear Lake Forest
R5 / Heart Made Up On You
Various Artists / Hyperdub 10.2
Jason Aldean / Burnin’ It Down
Tame Impala / Live Versions
DJ Dodger Stadium / Friend Of Mine
Glass Animals / Pools EP
Ab-Soul / These Days…
Big Deal / June Gloom (Deluxe Edition)
Rx Bandits / Gemini, Her Majesty

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  • Rise Against, the Chicago punk band, is back to take on the ills of the world with its latest, The Black Market.
  • British crooner and Disclosure collaborator Sam Smith delivers his soulful debut, In The Lonely Hour.
  • “Weird Al” Yankovic returns with his 14th album of pop parodies, “Mandatory Fun,” which includes his take on Pharrell’s “Happy,” entitled “Tacky.”

Rise Against / The Black Market
Sam Smith / In The Lonely Hour
“Weird Al” Yankovic / Mandatory Fun
Jungle / Jungle
Mark Mancina / Planes: Fire & Rescue (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Bleachers / Strange Desire
Jason Mraz / YES!
Marsha Ambrosius / Friends & Lovers
Pennywise / Yesterdays
Madlib / Rock Konducta, Pt. 1
Various Artists / Soul Jazz Records Present Calypso: Musical Poetry In The Caribbean 1955-69
Monty Python / Monty Python Sings (Again) (Deluxe)
Noisia / Purpose
Kidz Bop Kids / Kidz Bop 26
Slow Club / Complete Surrender

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  • Sia, the eccentric Australian singer-songwriter who spent the past few years knocking out hits to the likes of David Guetta and Rihanna, resumes her solo career with 1000 Forms of Fear.
  • Metal gods Judas Priest deliver their first new album in six years, Redeemer of Souls.
  • Bad Suns, the buzz band from California on Vagrant Records, releases its debut, Language & Perspective.

Sia / 1000 Forms Of Fear
Judas Priest / Redeemer of Souls (Deluxe)
Martin Garrix / Gold Skies
Bad Suns / Language & Perspective
Magic Man / Before the Waves
Various Artists / Begin Again – Music From And Inspired By The Original Motion Picture
Onyx / #turndafucup
Chelsea Grin / Ashes To Ashes
Goldfrapp / Tales of Us (Deluxe Edition)

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Listen to these new releases on Music Unlimited this week.

  • Trey Songz, the hip-hop heartthrob, delivers his sixth studio album, Trigga, with guest spots from Nikki Minaj and Mila J.
  • Following his “Blurred Lines” fame, blue-eyed R&B crooner Robin Thicke attempts to win back his estranged wife Paula Patton with his latest album, called – what else? – Paula.
  • Magic!, the four piece Canadian band behind the runaway summer hit “Rude,” offers a full length album spilling over with faux reggae jams.

Trey Songz / Trigga (Deluxe) 
Robin Thicke / Paula
Magic! / Don’t Kill the Magic 
Every Time I Die / From Parts Unknown
Ramin Djawadi / Game of Thrones: Season 4 (Music from the HBO® Series)
Various Artists / Legends of Oz: Dorothy Returns
Corb Lund / Counterfeit Blues
Seether / Isolate And Medicate (Deluxe Edition)
A Sunny Day In Glasgow / Sea When Absent
Turn To Crime / Can’t Love
NONONO / We Are Only What We Feel
Emperor X / The Orlando Sentinel
Air Dubai / Be Calm
Matthewdavid / In My World 
Sadistik / Ultraviolet
Circulatory System / Mosaics Within Mosaics


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  • deadmau5 returns with while (1<2), a sprawling EDM double-album that covers everything from space disco to industrial noise.
  • The Bay Area rapper G-Eazy arrives with his debut, These Things Happen, which finds him pondering fame through a thick haze.
  • Riff Raff finally releases his long-anticipated full length debut, Neon Icon, which is just as ridiculous and wonderful as we hoped.

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Listen to these new releases on Music Unlimited this week.

  • Linkin Park is still going strong on its sixth album, The Hunting Party, which features guest spots from Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello and rapper Rakim.
  • Lana Del Rey returns with her second album, Ultraviolence, produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys.
  • EDM superstar Tiesto cranks up the pianos and guitars on A Town Called Paradise, venturing deeper into mainstream pop territory.

Lana Del Rey / Ultraviolence (Deluxe)
Linkin Park / The Hunting Party
Ghost Town / The After Party
Tiësto / A Town Called Paradise (Deluxe)
Willie Nelson / Band of Brothers
Jennifer Lopez / A.K.A. (Deluxe)
Big Freedia / Just Be Free
Playing for Change / Playing For Change 3: Songs Around The World
Boris / Noise
Ballzy / Jaded & Faded
Tame Impala / InnerSpeaker (Collector’s Edition)
Stars In Stereo / Leave Your Mark
Gilberto Gil / Expresso 2222
Mali Music / Mali Is…
Martyn / The Air Between Words

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Listen to these new releases on Music Unlimited this week.

  • Jack White is back with Lazaretto, his second solo album. After stepping away from the White Stripes with Blunderbuss, he continues innovating in his own way.
  • Whispers is the new record from Passenger, the stage name for indie-folk singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg and it’s one we highly recommend this week.
  • While Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make their return to the big screen you can listen to the soundtrack for 22 Jump Street. Featuring contributions from Wiz Khalifa, Duck Sauce and others it’s the perfect complement to the hilarious movie.

Jack WhiteLazaretto
PassengerWhispers (Deluxe)
First Aid KitStay Gold
Fatboy SlimFatboy Slim Presents Bem Brasil
Various ArtistsPepsi Beats Of The Beautiful Game
EchosmithAcoustic Dreams
Andrew BirdThings Are Really Great Here, Sort Of…
Chrissie HyndeStockholm
The RippingtonsFountain of Youth
Various Artists22 Jump Street: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
O.A.R.The Rockville LP
POLIÇAShulamith (Deluxe Edition)
Big SmoKuntry Livin’
Colbie CaillatGypsy Heart Side A
TombsSavage Gold
HELLYEAHBlood For Blood
Cut CopyFar Away (Alternative Version)
Tijuana PanthersWayne Interest
 FuturisticTraveling Local

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Check out the new releases on Music Unlimited this week!

50 CentAnimal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win
Fucked UpGlass Boys
Meshell NdegeocelloComet, Come To Me
The OrwellsDisgraceland
Lucy HaleRoad Between (Deluxe Edition)
Parquet CourtsSunbathing Animal
Matisyahu Akeda 
MigosNo Label II
Echo & The Bunnymen Meteorites 
Pete Molinari Theosophy
Miranda LambertPlatinum 
BirdyFire Within
Sage FrancisCopper Gone 
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Only Run 
Elvis PresleyBossa Nova Baby: The Ultimate Elvis Presley Party Album
King Buzzo This Machine Kills Artists
Lee Fields & The Expressions Emma Jean

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NewReleases527Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Browse new albums below.

  • The long anticipated 14th studio album from Mariah Carey, featuring appearances by Wale, Nas, Miguel and more.
  • A second EP from teen sensation Austin Mahone, who stands to take the throne from Bieber.
  • Cher Lloyd’s sophomore album, a true test to see if The X Factor winner can stand on her own after the success of 2011’s Sticks & Stones.
  • Forty of KISS’ greatest tracks, including live and unreleased cuts, to celebrate the 40th anniversary and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction of the iconic rock band.



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  • Dutch house star Afrojack finally drops his debut album, Forget The World, which features guests like Snoop Dogg, Sting and Wiz Khalifa.
  • The Tonight Show house band The Roots deliver their latest concept album, And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.
  • American Idol Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips‘ second album, Behind The Light, includes the hit, “Raging Fire.”
  • Green Day‘s Demolicious features a bounty of demo recordings from the making of the band’s ¡UNO! ¡DOS! ¡TRÉ! album trilogy, plus the previously unreleased track, “State of Shock.”

Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Browse new albums below.

New Albums Available This Week [5/20/14]:

AfrojackForget The World
The RootsAnd Then You Shoot Your Cousin
Phillip PhillipsBehind The Light
Green DayDemolicious
Various ArtistsThe Fault In Our Stars: Music From The Motion Picture
Conor OberstUpside Down Mountain
Cradle of FilthTotal Fucking Darkness
The Flaming Lips7 Skies H3
The DoorsWeird Scenes Inside The Goldmine
OasisDefinitely Maybe (Re-Issue)
Roy OrbisonMystery Girl
R. KellyThe Essential R. Kelly
LCD Soundsystem the long goodbye (lcd soundsystem live at madison square garden)
The Brian Jonestown MassacreRevelation
American FootballAmerican Football (Deluxe)
BluGood To Be Home

New Singles Available This Week [5/20/14]:

Jason MrazLove Someone
Kimbra90′s Music
Lupe FiascoMission
Meek MillI Don’t Know
50 CentBig Rich Town
Robin ThickeGet Her Back

Coming Up Next Week [5/27/14]:

Adam LambertPlaylist: The Very Best Of Adam Lambert
Mayday ParadeMonsters In the Closet
The Ready SetThe Bad & The Better
Trash Talk No Peace
Neil YoungA Letter Home
Roll The TanksBroke Til Midnight
Mariah CareyMe. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse
Nat King Cole – The Extraordinary
CrowderNeon Steeple
KissKISS 40
Austin MahoneThe Secret
Moe.No Guts, No Glory
PhishThe Line
Powerman 5000Builders Of The Future
SoundtrackAladdin Original Broadway Cast Recording
Shaliek Blood, Sweat, Tears
Hundred WatersThe Moon Rang Like a Bell
Sam SmithIn The Lonely Hour
Cher LloydSorry I’m Late

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