The most average releases of August 2010

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<p>Since most albums around this time of year drop in September, these A-Joes had the right idea. If you're going to drop something that is neither mind-numbingly memorable for its awfulness nor redeeming in any way, do it in the month in which you are the only tree making meaningless noise in the forest.

We heard something, but we no longer remember if it was you.

The Most Average Releases of August 2010

Arcade Fire, The Suburbs (Merge)
Gucci Mane, Jewelry Selection (Self-Released)
Klaxons, Surfing the Void (Polydor)
Young Jeezy, 1,000 Grams Vol. 1 (CTE)
We Are Scientists, Barbara (PIAS)
Jenny and Johnny, I'm Having Fun Now (Warner Bros.)
!!!, Strange Weather, Isn't It? (Warp)
Mac Miller, K.I.D.S. Mixtape
Dâm-Funk, Hood Pass Intact (Stones Throw)
Bun B, Trill OG (Rap-A-Lot Records)
Katy Perry, Teenage Dream (Capitol)
Asylum, Disturbed (Reprise)
Usher, Versus (Versus)
The Sword, Warp Riders (Kemado Records)
Autolux, Transit Transit (ATP Recordings)
Ra Ra Riot, The Orchard (Barsuk)
Goo Goo Dolls, Something for the Rest of Us (Warner Bros.)
Iron Maiden, The Final Frontier (EMI)
David Gray, Foundling (Downtown)
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, Let It Sway (Polyvinyl)
Eli “Paperboy” Reed, Come And Get It! (Capitol)
Wavves, King of the Beach (Fat Possum)


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