Out this week – The Raconteurs!

Every Monday at 3 pm on The Afternoon Show, Kevin Cole spotlights some of each week’s new releases. Here’s a look at one at a great collaboration that will rock your face…

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The Raconteurs – Broken Boy Soldiers (V2)

“Bringing together Jack White of the White Stripes, power pop singer-songwriter Brendan Benson and the rhythm section of garage-rock band the Greenhornes, the Raconteurs offer up an eclectic, ‘70s-steeped mix of glam-rock, power pop, psychedelia and hard rock.” – Don Yates

Here’s a taste from Broken Boy Soldiers

Steady As She Goes – (QTM)

For more, go to The Raconteurs.

The following are all in stores today… Support your local music stores!

Alias and Tarsier – Brookland/Oaklyn (Anticon)
Mason Jennings – The Spell
Radio 4 – Enemies Like This (Astralwerks)
Run Run Run – Endless Winter (Song & Dance), read more.
Thievery Corporation – Versions (ESL)
The Twilight Singers – Powder Burns (One Little Indian)
The Year Of – Slow Days (Morr Music)

Read more reviews and recommendations.

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  1. Posted May 16, 2006 at 7:26 pm | Permalink

    hmmm, picked up the cd today and didn’t think Jack and the boys could rock my face off since Wolfmother skinned me clean last week and I was right. however, Brokenboys is very very creative and would be a great warm band up for the boysdownunda.

  2. cableguy
    Posted June 3, 2006 at 2:18 am | Permalink

    The Raconteurs are doing a free show at both Amoeba Music, Hollywood and Amoeba Music, San Francisco:

    The Raconteurs Live!
    2 shows, 2 stores, 1 day!
    Thursday, June 8th
    Amoeba Music, Hollywood 11:00 am
    Amoeba Music, San Francisco 9:30 pm

    This is a FREE and ALL AGES event!
    Space is limited!

    Amoeba Music, San Francisco
    1855 Haight St.
    San Francisco, Ca
    (415) 831-1200

    Amoeba Music, Hollywood
    6400 Sunset Blvd.
    Los Angeles, Ca
    (323) 245-6400


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