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Published on December 26th, 2013 | by Alan Cross

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The 100 Most Anticipated Albums of 2014

With only a few more days left in 2013, it’s time to look ahead at what kind of music we can expect in the coming twelve months.  Stereogum has this list of projected album releases.

Me?  I’m curious about:

1.  Broken Bells (After the Disco, January 14)

2. Against Me! (Transgender Dysmorphia Blues, January 21)

3.  The Pack AD (Do Not Engage, January 28)

4.  Beck (Morning Phase, due February 14)

5.  U2 (April)

6.  Fucked Up (TBA, Spring)

7.  Damon Albarn (TBA)

8.  Death Cab for Cuties (TBA)

9.  Julian Casablancas (TBA)

10.  Grimes (TBA)




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5 Responses to The 100 Most Anticipated Albums of 2014

  1. Chris says:

    Alan, I’m disappointed. We’ve been waiting seven years for a new Tool album, and next year they’re expected to deliver. C’mon man, its TOOL!

  2. rdlogie says:

    Tears for Fears! Even more than I might have because of the recent trend where their contemporaries have been releasing outstanding “comeback” albums. And their recent covers releases have them sounding engaged again.

  3. rdlogie says:

    Peter Murphy’s “Lion”

  4. fouad says:

    Manic Street Preachers!. Apparently, a bigger sound in the new year from this year’s Rewind The Film.

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