This Week In Music (10/2-10/9)

Since I’ve been reviewing the movies I watch each month for quite awhile, I thought I’d start doing the same with the music I listen to. Because I listen to a lot of bands/albums each week, I’m going to break it down by week instead of month.

As with the movie reviews, I’ll utilized my patented (pending) two-word reviews.

Ace Frehley: Frehley’s Comet – top Ace
Ace Frehley: Live + 1 – smokin’ live
Big Jesus: Big Jesus EP – grungy goodness
Clap Your Hands, Say Yeah: Hysterical – boring Byrne-isms
DJ Shadow: The Less You Know, The Better – lesser Shadow
Faster Pussycat: Belted, Buckled and Booted – nice slice
Ff: Lady Shoe – Bad Religionish
FireHouse: Good Acoustics – repetitive blandness
Fu-Schnickens: F.U. Don’t Take It Personal – fun classic
Funkadelic: America Eats Its Young – hookless meanderings
Funkadelic: Cosmic Slop – good grooves
Hum: Live at AVFest 9.10.11 – spacey riffage
Jason Falkner: Bliss Descending EP – five gems
Lita Ford: Black -forgettably uninspired
The Feelies: Here Before – mellow return
The Flaming Lips & Prefuse 73: The Super Moon Made Me Wanna Pee!!! – interesting collaboration
The Flaming Lips: Gummy Song Skull EP -aimless experimentation
Tori Amos: Night of Hunters – duller Amos
Wilco: The Whole Love – consistently consistent

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