Weekly Top 40 Trending Releases

Week of March 14th 

Ozzy Osbourne’s Ordinary Man holds strong at the #1 spot on the Discogs Top 40, though Pitchfork says it “haunts you even as you enjoy it.”

Tame Impala’s The Slow Rush stands at the #2 spot this week, though The Guardian says “there’s everything from an Italian house piano to acid house 808s. But fundamentally, for all its genre-blending, The Slow Rush is stunningly pure and heartfelt pop.”

Caribou’s Suddenly moves to the #3 spot after a week at #5, as Paste Magazine calls it “a glimmer of optimism, immaculate music for communal grief and celebration. In that, it’s the most vital album of his career.”

Body Count’s Carnivore debuts at #4 this week, a promising offer from Ice T’s rap-rock group that Consequence of Sound says is “facing real-world issues, along with their intriguing fusion of musical styles, allows them to be a band for fans of both the old and new school.”

Lastly, Soccer Mommy’s Color Theory moves to the #5 spot after a week at #7, as NME describes “As explorations of pain go, Color Theory is as beautiful as it is brave.”

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