10-in-10 CD reviews

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

The Pauses A Cautionary Tale — Orlando indie rock trio has quirky hints of pop infused.

Ian Moore and the Lossy Coils El Sonido Nuevo — Austin influence is apparent in band’s solid seventh rock record.

The High Kings Memory Lane — Plenty of Irish influence infused in native band’s folk rock. (At McGlohon Theatre on March 28.)

Dropkick Murphys Going Out In Style — Band’s seventh studio album features guest vocals by Bruce Springsteen.

Gina Sicilia Can’t Control Myself — Blues singer’s latest brings in bits of soul and Americana.

Eisley The Valley — Band’s third album finely crafted, more personal than previous efforts.

Buddy Miller Majestic Silver Strings — Plenty of guest vocalists featured for re-imagining of country songs.

Glee Season Two Volume 5 — Stop ruining songs and take time to write something new.

Kip Boardman The Long Weight — Tenor vocals stand out amidst the backdrop of country folk.

Aaron Lewis Town Line — Staind frontman releases six-song, country-style solo debut album.


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