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great albums in the last four months?

Loading a lot of music into itunes today. Three days of music so far. Close to a hundred cds left to import. Just finished loading all Sunny Day Real Estate, The Fire Theft, Death Cab for Cutie. Now I think I am going to bring those cds to Gate City Noise and trade them in. I have gone off Sunny Day and Death Cab. Not sure what to get in their place.

I'll have to a little online reading. Since I stopped my subscription to Magnet I haven't kept up with the really new stuff. Any great albums in the last four months?

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