10-in-10 CD reviews (6/3/2010)

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

Pear Extemp’ore — Collection of free jazz is haphazard, infused with Miles’ spirit.

Krays Sangre — NYC punk group released first album in nearly a decade.

Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age — 1998 debut album gets the remastered and expanded reissue treatement.

Los Vigilantes S/T — San Juan, Puerto Rico, quintet brings no-bullshit punk attitude.

Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine Enhanced Methods of Questioning — Quick-hitting album only has five songs, one bonus track.

Paul Brady Hooba Dooba — Dublin rocker’s 12th solo album shows eclectic range of styles.

Breaking Laces When You Find Out — Brooklyn trio infuses pop into its solid brand of rock. (At the Evening Muse on 6/10)

Louis Ludwig Nichevo — New Orleans producer/engineer releases debut lo-fi country album.

Son Lux We Are Rising — Oddly, this electronica album is as mellow as I expected.

Glasvegas Euphoric/Heartbreak — Scottish rockers sounds more like a poor-man’s whiny U2.

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