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New Moon

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Open the Door
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Half Angel Half Light
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Without a Face
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The Seeds
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I Saw Her Face
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High and Lonesome
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The Brass
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Electric
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I See No One
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Bird Song
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Freaky
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Supermoon
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 46:10

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Austin L. Ray

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For more than 10 years, Austin L. Ray has been writing about entertainment and culture. He's sat in a dark tent with Zach Galifianakis, walked Savannah, Ga.'s s...more »

03.05.13
The Men, New Moon
2013 | Label: Sacred Bones Records / S.C. Distribution

Each of the last three years has produced a new album from Brooklyn’s The Men, and each of those albums has only increased the cultish glow of adoration for the fervent rock band, which has proven itself both capable and uncompromising. Like the subjects of Michael Azerrad’s ’80s-underground bible, Our Band Could Be Your Life — a book The Men would’ve been featured in had they been making music 30 years ago — this is… read more »

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The Men are going Crazy (Horse)

dcwizard

Yet another shift in direction for this Brooklyn band, this time into roots rock territory. Lest you think they have gone completely Crazy Horse, they still know how to turn up the amps and combine straight up rock with some fuzzed out punk. I can't wait to get my hands on the limited edition vinyl version of this baby.

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New This Week: The Men, Jenny Scheinman & More

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

New ones from The Men, Jenny Scheinman and more this week. Let's get to it. The Men, Open Your Heart: Here it is. People, if you only download one record today, make sure this is it. Big, loud, roaring rock & roll that ricochets between scuzzy garage, roughed-up punk and lovely, laid-back country with equal aplomb. Needless to say, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Here's eMusic's Austin L. Ray with more: The album is divided roughly into three categories: rockers… more »