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:

Static-X Cult of Static — Band takes “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach.

Matthew Barber Ghost Notes — Folk-rock singer has some classic elements in his music.

The Prodigy Invaders Must Die — “Smack My Bitch Up” band’s latest missing an addictive single.

Psychostick Sandwich — Generic metal filled with adolescent humor, simple lyrics and screaming.

Patrick Watson Wooden Arms — M Ward/Jeff Buckley-style folk with more orchestral arrangements.

Larry Tee Club Badd — Perez Hilton guests on “My Penis.” Need I say more?

Electric Owls Ain’t Too Bright — The Comas’ frontman has some pop sensibility without being simplistic.

Iglu & Hartley And then Boom — Quintet’s debut full of synth pop, hint of hip-hop.

Paul Potts Passione — Operatic renditions of classics done by Britain’s Got Talent winner.

The Corduroy Road Just One Drop — An American combination of bluegrass, country, folk and nice harmonies. (Smokey Joe’s Café on July 25)

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