In this week's slate of Rolling Stone reviews, Joe Levy praises Madonna's new album MDNA, in which the pop queen gets emotionally explicit as she deals with the fallout of her divorce from Guy Ritchie. Also, Jody Rosen says Odd Future's latest is a mesmerizing set of tunes in which the controversial rap crew rise above their limitations, and Anthony DeCurtis digs the "rough-hewn elegance" of Justin Townes Earles' latest Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now.
Madonna - MDNA
Justin Townes Earle - Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
Miike Snow - Happy to You
The Mars Volta - Noctourniquet
Odd Future - The O.F. Tape Volume 2
All-American Rejects - Kids in the Street
Lionel Richie - Tuskegee
Mouse on Mars - Parastrophics
Rusko - Songs
Shinedown - Amaryllis
Various Artists - In the Mix: Dancepop Anthems
Spoek Mathambo - Father Creeper
Justin Bieber "Boyfriend"
Nicki Minaj featuring Lil Wayne "Roman Reloaded"
Titus Andronicus "Upon Viewing Oregon's Landscape with the Flood of Detritus"
Dr. John "Revolution"
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