The release of The tipping point, Tears For Fears’ seventh studio album and first in 18 years, was quite an event. Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith formed this project in 1981 to publish their first major work two years later, “The hurting” (1983), which continued with the historic Songs from the big chair (1985), a collection that includes perhaps his two greatest anthems: “Shout” and “Everybody wants to rule the world.” On the new material the British duo commented: “It was of the utmost importance to us that this work ingeniously combined the classic production of Tears For Fears and emotional lyrics. We believe that we have created a contemporary and timeless album so that fans, new and old, you like it”. With the collaboration of the usual Charton Pettus, together with the producers and composers Sacha Skarbek and Florian Reutter. Three interesting previews, especially the first, the cut that brings the title to the collection. Another seventh studio album is Love sux by Avril Lavigne, a Canadian artist who has been in her career for two decades, but who is only 37 years old . Twelve cuts under the influence of Green Day, with guests such as Machine Gun Kelly, blackbear and Mark Hoppus. The first advance was Bite me with the collaboration of Travis Barker on drums. A song that he performed on two of the most watched television programs in the United States: The Late Late Show with James Corden and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, and whose official audiovisual was directed by the famous Hannah Lux Davis.Ilegales celebrates 4 decades of musical career with new material and recent songs from his repertoire on La Lucha por la Vida, an album with collaborations on each of its 16 tracks, whose title was borrowed from a trilogy by the writer Pío Baroja. There are Calamaro, Luz, Iván Ferreiro, Dani Martín, Bunbury, Josele Santiago, and Kutxi Romero among others. Special mention for So many times I’ve risked my heart that I’ve lost it with Loquillo, with phrases like “I don’t think what I say, I say what I think” or “A thousand times I’d rather be a loudmouth than a gossip.”Tato Latorre (Antonio Orozco, Funambulista) returns to work in production tasks with Despistaos en Ilusionismo. An album recorded at La Casamurada for which they had as guests Offreds, Van Gogh’s ear, Cepeda and Martín de Dvicio, the last two mentioned in Too late, one of the previews of this tenth album by the combo. “Twenty years later After the publication of ‘La taberna del Buda’ we have once again recorded an album with a 21st century sound, like the one from back then”. This is how Café Quijano presents its new album, Manhattan, for which the trio of brothers returned to Los Angeles with the aim of working with the same musicians. As the first single La jamaicana, “a story that emerged in a Lord’s mansion. There, the protagonist meets a Jamaican woman who falls madly in love with him, turning him into a sea of satisfactions and doubts…”. And before the mentions of the German group Scorpions with Rock believer, an album that includes songs with a short lyrical story, with small prose poems. Frontman Klaus Meine commented: “We recorded the album as a band, live, in a room, like we did in the eighties.” As a first advance, last November, Peacemaker was released; “In a world at peace after the pandemic, it is time for the mediator to rule,” commented Meine. Also in circulation are new albums by Cali and El Dandee, Egon Soda, Dulce Pontes, Bauer, Spiritualized, Johnny Marr, Fyahbwoy, Judy Collins , Sweet California, Superchunk, AYAX, Litus, Rapsusklei and Kanye West; Corey Taylor B-sides; a compilation of Los Punsetes; and the edition in double format of the latest project by Ricardo Arjona.