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New Music Friday For Nov. 9: The 8 Albums You Need To Hear Now

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers' album <em>Bought to Rot </em>is on our list of the best new albums out Nov. 9.
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Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers' album Bought to Rot is on our list of the best new albums out Nov. 9.

This week's best new albums includes emo-rapper Lil Peep's posthumous follow-up to Come Over When You're Sober, 50th-anniversary editions of Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland and The Beatles "White Album," a labor of love from the late soul singer Charles Bradley, rock with a wink from Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, the music of Hanson set to strings and more.

Featured Albums:

  • Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers: Bought to Rot
    Featured Song: "Born in Black"
  • The Glands: Double Coda
    Featured Song: "Pleaser"
  • Charles Bradley: Black Velvet
    Featured Song: "Luv Jones"
  • Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition
    Featured Songs: "Crosstown Traffic," "Long Hot Summer Night" and "Rainy Day Dream Away"
  • Golden Hornet with Jeffrey Zeigler: The Sound of Science
    Featured Songs: "Quest" and "The Brain"
  • Hanson: String Theory
    Featured Song: "I Was Born"
  • Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore: Ghost Forests
    Featured Song: "Damaged Sunset"
  • Lil Peep: Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2
    Featured Song: "Cry Alone"
  • Other Notable Releases For Nov. 9: The Beatles: The Beatles ("The White Album"); J. Fernandez: Occasional Din; J. Mascis: Elastic Days; Muse: Simulation Theory; Tom Adams: Yes, Sleep Well Death, boygenius: boygenius (physical release); Rays: You Can Get There From Here; Imagine Dragons: Origins

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    Robin Hilton is a producer and co-host of the popular NPR Music show All Songs Considered.
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