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New Tuesday, New Music

Today is a big day and not just because of Rdio’s grand opening—it is also New Music Tuesday. Whether you’re brand new to Rdio or have been with us since the start, you’ll find something to love in this week’s batch of new music.

Just when you thought you had outplayed each and every last Lady Gaga song, here comes a breath of fresh air—The Remix. Here with the help of remixes from FrankMusik, Passion Pit and The Sound of Arrows, Lady Gaga’s breakout album The Fame has been reworked and is once again a new listen.

Squeeze re-records their old school classics. Can you Spot the Difference?

An enjoyable listen for the new, casual or hardcore Black Crowes listener, Croweology is full of the same elements that made them popular. Inspired by the 20th anniversary of Shake Your Moneymaker, these 20 acoustic tracks are culled from the band’s hits and lesser-known favorites.

Matthew Dear’s Black City is an unsurprisingly dark take on electronic thumps and trills.

Mulennium features the original 3-man Gov’t Mule line-up live from Atlanta’s Roxy. Whether you were there or not, experience the epic three-hour Y2K New Year’s Eve show . (Listen un-interrupted thanks to Rdio’s new gapless playback.)

Honorable Mentions

For the full list of new music, check out other New Releases on the web.

∞  August 3, 2010 — 12:00AM