10-in-10 CD reviews

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Each Friday, we review 10 recently-released CDs in 10 words each:

Westbound Train Come and Get It — Boston-based soul/ska outfit can easily get feet moving.

Jason Ricci and New Blood Done with the Devil — Variety of harmonicas is what gives blues album unique vibe.

The Insomniacs At Least I’m Not With You — Contemporary blues act takes straight-forward approach on latest CD.

Chicago Blues A Living History — 21 song, double-disc set a collection of redone classics.

Cycle of Pain Cycle of Pain — Melodic metal includes guests: Zakk Wylde, Sen Dog, Hugo Ferreira.

Sonny Landreth Levee Town — 2000 album reissued with five previously unreleased guitar-focused tracks.

The Takeover UK Running with the Wasters — Pittsburgh band has definite Brit-pop influence on its debut. (Playing Snug Harbor on April 29.)

Billy Hufsey Confessions — Former Fame and Days star tries his hand at music.

Chairlift Does You Inspire You — Band’s Columbia debut combines mellow pop, lounge, dance and disco.

The Decemberists The Hazards of Love — Band’s fifth album garnering plenty of attention — the good kind.

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