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New Tunes Tuesday

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It's an oldies-heavy week, with new releases from Iron Maiden, Sting, John Mellencamp and Brian Wilson leading the way.---

Here are the highlights of the new music in stores and available online Tuesday:

Darker My Love, Alive As You Are
Matthew Dear, Black City
David Gray, Foundling
Iron Maiden, The Final Frontier
Ray LaMontagne, God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise
Lissie, Catching a Tiger


John Mellencamp, No Better Than This
Esperanza Spalding, Chamber Music Society
Sting, Symphonicities
Toadies, Feeler
Brian Wilson, Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin