The most average releases of March 2011

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We thought Mi Ami played guitars?

Lupe Fiasco fans discover Atlantic was only trying to protect them by holding off the release of the holocaust that is Lasers, Lykke Li's boobs did not blind us to her stunningly unadventurous pop, and a whole shit ton of old dudes farted on their legacies.

The month in eh…

Lykke Li, Wounded Rhymes (Atlantic)
Dropkick Murphys, Going Out In Style (Self-Released)
Devotchka, 100 Lovers (Epitaph)
Starfucker, Reptillians (Polyvinyl)
B.O.B.'s Odd Future “diss
Lupe Fiasco, Lasers (Atlantic)
Mi Ami, Dolphins (Thrill Jockey)
The Dodos, No Color (French Kiss)
9th Wonder's weak ass production on Lil B's “Base For Your Face”
Rise Against, Endgame (Geffen)
UConn possibly winning the Final Four
Gucci Mane, The Return of Mr. Zone 6 (Warner Bros.)
New York Dolls, Dancing Backwards in High Heels (429 Records)
Black Lips' SXSW “grand finale” of playing a guitar solo with a dick
The Rural Alberta Advantage, Departing (Paper Bag Records)
Pharoahe Monch, W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) (Duck Down Music)
Green Day, Awesome as F**k (Reprise)
The Strokes, Angles (RCA)
Snoop Dogg, Doggumentary (Doggystyle Records)
Peter Bjorn and John, Gimme Some (Columbia)
Radiohead, The King of Limbs (XL) (Two months running!)
Ringo Deathstarr, Colour Trip (Sonic Unyon)
Raekwon, Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang (Ice H20 Records)
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Belong (Slumberland)

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