Andrew Flanagan

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Editor at Billboard

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It’s Tuesday, and for as long as anyone can remember, this is the day all the big new albums dropped here in the U.S. But not anymore.

A New Record Release Day

It’s Tuesday, and for as long as anyone can remember, this is the day all the big new albums dropped here in the U.S. But not anymore.

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