5 Albums for $5

Alright, here are my picks of the top 5, $5 albums on Amazon.com/MP3 for the month of March. If you’re still buying music on iTunes, you’re wasting your money. Please, make the switch. You’ll save money and you won’t miss iTunes one bit.

The Civil Wars - Barton HollowHere’s a brand new record from the duet The Civil Wars that deserves every accolade it gets. You might recognize the girl because it’s Joy Williams (old school, Christian girl artist). I don’t love this album, but the title track “Barton Hollow” and the incredible “Poison & Wine” are with double what you’ll pay.

 

 

 

Jimmy Eat World - Bleed AmericanThe “breakthrough” record for Jimmy Eat World. It’s a classic, no doubt.

 

 

 

 

 

Counting Crows - August and Everything After

Despite how you feel about 90’s bands, this record from Counting Crows just has hit after hit after hit. I know you probably here it every time you’re in a department store, but “Mr. Jones” is just a great song.

 

 

 

 

Incubus - Morning ViewProbably one of the most under appreciated bands in rock music is Incubus. Sure, you heard them on the radio every now and then, but it was never the song I wanted them to play. Morning View was a new direction for Incubus, but they still kept their flavor.

 

 

 
  

David Gray - White LadderJust a great, chill record. Dave Matthews signed David to his own label and this record was the first release. If you don’t have it, buy it.

 

 

 

 

 

Runners-up:
Eisley - The Valley - Brand new record from Eisley, which is dropping today. The song “Smarter” is worth the record.
The Killers - Hot Fuss - I just dig this record sometimes. Not all the time, but sometimes.

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