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Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour Collection Reviewed!

Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour Collection Reviewed!

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These albums are all set for release next week (March 10):

Various Artists - Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan - A fully authorised two-CD collection of Bob Dylans cool radio show has finally been collated.

The Black Crowes - Warpaint The Black Crowes return after a seven year silence, with an album that "operates comfortably inside parameters defined by The Rolling Stones, The Band, The Faces and Creedence Clearwater Revival".

The Kills - Boom - Third album from Alison Mosshart and Jamie “Mr Kate Moss” Hince

Plus here are some of UNCUT's recommended new releases from the past few weeks - check out these albums if you haven't already:

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Dig, Lazurus, Dig!!! - "The band has never sounded better, and Cave seems to have relaxed into the hysteria of his vocal style; like Elmer Gantry singing Leonard Cohen at a tent-revival."

Duffy - Rockferry - Debut album from the Welsh soul singer, on to her third week at the top of the UK singles chart with track 'Mercy'.

Morrissey - Greatest Hits - The former Smiths legend finally releases his best of, see what Moz has personally included on the collection here.

Hot Chip - Made In The Dark

Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend

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