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Music Monday: Mumford and Sons, Julee Cruise & Nitzer Ebb

More music picks for your Monday. If you like what you hear, use the links provided to snag it for yourself from Amazon. Doing so through us gives us kickbacks, and those help pay for stuff like additional hard drives. Because hi-def video adds up. And also so we can buy more music.

Mumford and Sons: Sigh No More
Julee Cruise: Floating Into the Night
Nitzer Ebb: Industrial Complex

[ad#shortpost]First up we have Mumford and Sons from their most recent album (2009), Sigh No More. Here’s a live performance of “Roll Away Your Stone.”

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Sigh No More is available in both CD and MP3 download versions. As I write this, they’re the same price, so if you’ve got something like Amazon Prime, go for the physical copy.

Next we have a live version of “Falling,” the most famous track of Julee Cruise‘s. Of course, the instrumental version is the theme for Twin Peaks. Which means it was written by David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti. Which means you could expect it to be pretty excellent (assuming you’ve never heard it before). This is off her 1989 album, Floating Into the Night.

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Floating is out of print on CD (though still reasonably priced) and also available as an MP3 download, both from Amazon.

And lastly, we’ve got Nitzer Ebb from their new album, Industrial Complex. The first new studio album since 1995. This is the track “My Door is Open.”

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Complex is available as both a CD and an MP3 download from Amazon.