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Keith Urban’s New Album “Fuse” is Slacker’s Album of the Week

Country superstar Keith Urban is back with his first new set of tunes in three years, “Fuse,” Slacker’s Album of the Week. While his seventh studio album is quite different from anything else in his catalog, it’s still unmistakably Urban, with its masterful guitar solos and upbeat grooves as well as notable guests, such as […]

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Listen to Avenged Sevenfold’s New Album of the Week!

Avenged Sevenfold is following their chart-topping, 2010 album, “Nightmare” with more of an ode to classic metal this time around. The hard-rocking metal band is back with their sixth studio album, “Hail to the King,” which is more reminiscent of old-school Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Listen on-demand to each track on “Hail to the […]

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New Album of the Week is John Mayer’s “Paradise Valley”

John Mayer won his first of seven Grammys in 2003 for his breakout hit, “Your Body Is a Wonderland.” This week he released his sixth album, “Paradise Valley,” whose name comes from the area of Montana where Mayer has made a home between tours recently. Appropriately, the album has a folksy, Americana feel to it. […]

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Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” is the Album of the Week

Welcome to Slacker’s Album of the Week, where we bring you an entire album on-demand. This week we have a new album from country superstar Luke Bryan. Nashville-based, Georgia born country singer Luke Bryan is known for his party songs, including 2009’s “Take My Drunk Ass Home.” It’s only fitting he title his fourth album […]

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Brett Eldredge’s “Bring You Back” is Slacker’s Album of the Week

Country newcomer Brett Eldredge proves a man of many moods on his debut album, “Bring You Back.” He first made us cry with the sentimental “Raymond,” then turned charming flirt with his catchy “Don’t Ya.” The album features diverse songs delivered in that soulful voice that has seen Eldredge deemed country’s next big thing and “Bring […]

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Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” is the Album of the Week

Robin Thicke maintains his rule-breaker status with his sixth studio album, “Blurred Lines,” which is now available to listen on demand on Slacker’s Album of the Week here. The 11-songs represent a genre-mixing blend of R&B, pop, soul, hip-hop and dance music. Pour in his smooth vocals, and you’ll either want to dance or relax […]

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