The most average releases of April 2011

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Most Average music of APril 2011

Jamaica did have some kind of problem, it turns out.

Animal Collective are like the Power Rangers. Sure the individuals in the group can lop of some minor villian head on their own, but they're gonna have to join forces to kill Lord Zedd. In other news, Explosions in the Sky will always be Explosions in the Sky (so why not pick up The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place?), big name hip hop did nothing to prop up its sagging ass, and The Kills did not.

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The month in eh…

Wiz Khalifa, Rolling Papers (Atlantic/Rostrum)
Panda Bear, Tomboy (Sub Pop)<br />
Snoop Dogg, Doggumentary (Priority)
Pusha-T, Fear of God (Re-Up Gang)
Ariel Pink, acting like a little bitch
Royal Bangs, Flux Outside (Glassnote)
Cold Cave, Cherish the Lights (Matador)
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Belong (Slumberland) (Two months running!)
Radiohead, The King Of Limbs (XL) (Three months running!)
Blueprint, Adventures in Counterculture (Rhymesayers)
Paul Simon, So Beautiful or So What (Hear Music)
The Kills, Blood Pressures (Domino)
Foo Fighters, Wasting Light (Roswell)
Del the Funky Homosapien, Golden Era (the council)
Black Devil Disco Club, Circus (Lo)
Explosions in the Sky, Take Care, Take Care, Take Care (Temporary Residence)
Jamaica, No Problem (Downtown/Cooperative)
The Airborne Toxic Event, All At Once (Island)
Of Montreal, Thecontrollersphere (Polyvinyl)
O'Death, Outside (Ernest Jenning)
Atmosphere, The Family Sign (Rhymesayers)
Starfucker, Reptilians (Polyvinyl)
Gorillaz, The Fall (Gorillaz)
Metronomy, The English Riviera (Because)
Jim Jones, Capo (Entertainment on Disc)
Glasvegas, Euphoric Heartbreak (Columbia)
Dr. Dre, for missing his Detox release date, again

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