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Top New Albums of Fall 2011

Top New Albums of Fall 2011

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2011 has been an excellent year for music and the trend seems to be continuing well into the fall season. Feist, Bjork, Jane's Addiction, Evanescence, and Blink-182 are back from their sabbaticals and indie sensations Wilco and Ryan Adams have new material. But don't let me spoil it all, keep reading to see our top picks for albums that you *have* to listen to this fall.

Wilco - The Whole Love

There are two camps when it comes to Wilco: Those who knew the band before they were cool, and those who discovered them after Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. The Whole Love is an excellent record that even the early elitists will enjoy. From beginning to end, this album has classic written all over it. Best of all, NPR is streaming the whole thing for free.

Release Date: September 27, 2011

Blink-182 - Neighborhoods

Since they came back from their hiatus in 2009, Blink-182 fans have been eagerly anticipating a new record. The wait is over as Neighborhoods, the sixth album by Blink-182 is set to  be released on September 27th. In an early preview, NME claims that Neighborhoods is the band's best thus far. 

Release Date: September 27, 2011 

Feist - Metals

While it's been a while since The Reminder, Leslie Feist has been busy with other projects, namely aiding Broken Social Scene, Wilco, Grizzly Bear, and releasing her documentary: Look At What The Light Did Now. Her latest record is hitting stores on October 4th.

Release Date: October 4, 2011

Ryan Adams - Ashes & Fire

Considering that his first album, Heartbreaker, was released in 2000, it's hard to believe that Ryan Adams is already on album number 13. He's had an on-and-off relationship with The Cardinals but his latest, Ashes & Fire, is a solo effort.

Release Date: October 10, 2011

Björk - Biophilia

There's been a lot talk and anticipation over Biophilia: Firstly, because it's a new Björk album, and secondly, because it will be the first App album ever. Recorded partly on an iPad, Biophilia will be released exclusively on the iPad and will have a CD release soon after. The iPad version will be released as a series of apps. We're not entirely sure what to expect, but we'll keep a close eye on this one.

Release Date: October 10, 2011

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