By • Jan 14th, 2009 • Category: Podcasts

With the holiday shopping lull in full effect, few noteworthy albums have hit the shelves during the first two weeks of 2009. Derek Wright takes a look at one of the more anticipated LPs of the year – the U.S. release of Glasvegas’ self-titled debut. After receiving high marks on many U.K. lists at the end of last year, the album comes Stateside with quite a bit of hype. But what does that mean? The discussion turns from specifically this record into an examination of why the British press is more likely to toss around superlatives than their U.S. counterparts.

Length: 26:00

New albums reviewed:
Glasvegas, “Glasvegas”

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