10-in-10 CD reviews

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Each Friday, we bring you reviews of 10 recently released CDs done in 10 words each:

Tim Easton Porcupine — Fantastic rumbling groove of first track hooked me on CD.

Katie Melua Pictures — Third album of pop-ish tunes is impressive considering she’s 23.

Will Dailey By the Blue Hills — Pop-rock, six-song EP is second of Torrent project.

Magik Markers Balf Quarry — Distorted indie-rock duo sounds like mellowed Jucifer on Quaaludes.

Ben Lee The Rebirth of Venus — Ione Skye’s husband’s seventh studio album keeps indie pop intact.

Ex Norwegian Standby — Indie rockers formed in 2008, and they are not Norwegian.

Jason Michael Carroll Growing Up is Getting Old — Follow-up to hit debut even includes few he wrote.

Appalachia Music From Home — CD accompanies PBS film series about the mountains and people.

The Ettes Danger Is EP — Retro punk sound shows signs of promising debut disc ahead.

Silversun Pickups Swoon — Band continues the formula that made its debut so successful.

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