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[b]Uncut.co.uk[/b] publishes a weekly selection of [b]music reviews[/b]; including new, reissued and compilation albums. Find out about the best here.

All of our reviews feature a 'submit your own review' function - we would love to hear about what you've heard lately.

This week's new reviews published online:

Coinciding with the release of [b]Anton Corbijn[/b]'s Ian Curtis biopic 'Control' this week - [b]Joy Division[/b]'s back catalogue; [b]Unknown Pleasures, Closer[/b] and [b]Still[/b] are all being reissued - coming with bonus live albums recorded at High Wycombe, ULU and Manchester - check out our 5* rated reviews - HERE

Check out Sundazed's reissues of the [b]Moby Grape[/b] catalogue;Moby Grape, Wow, Grape Jam, Moby Grape '69 and Truly Fine Citizen - plus a short Q&A interview with Grape's [b]Bob Mosley[/b] - HERE

Also out this week are goodtime Brooklyn rockers, [b]Les Savy Fav[/b]'s sixth album 'Let's Stay Friends' - check out Uncut's 4* review - HERE

Other [b]recomended new releases[/b] you might have missed in the past couple of weeks are:

[b]3*[/b]Bob Dylan - Dylan.

[b]5*[/b]Babyshambles - Shotter's Nation

[b]4*[/b]Carbon/Silicon - The Last Post

[b]4*[/b]Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade

[b]4*[/b]Shack - Time Machine, The Best of Shack

[b]5*[/b]Manu Chao - La Radiolina

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