The most average releases of January 2011

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January is the month that follows the great Month of Many Lists, Listuary, Great List's Eve, the Holiday of Lists, the month in which we celebrate the birth of Lists and the turning over of new Lists so that we may look ahead to the year of Lists ahead.

And much like shitty action flicks that sneak around this time of years, we're confident many releases slipped under our mediocrity radar over the past 31 days. No luck for these folks:

The most average releases of January 2011

Fujiya y Miyagi, Ventriloquizzing (Yep Roc)
Cold War Kids, Mine Is Yours (Interscope)
Social Distortion, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes (Epitaph Records)
The Get Up Kids, There Are Rules (Quality Hill Records)
DDot, Show Of Hands (Mixtape)
Monotonix, Not Yet (Drag City)
The Decemberists, The King Is Dead (Capitol)
Tennis, Cape Dory (Fat Possum)
Tapes 'n Tapes, Outside (Ibid)
Iron and Wine, Kiss Each Other Clean (Warner Bros.)
Disappears, Guider (Kranky)
Konntinent, Down with Candy (Debacle Records)
Late Bloomers, Three Shades Brown EP (Tres)
Tabi Bonney, Postcards From Abroad (LRG)
Acrylics, Lives and Treasure (Friendly Fire)
Hercules and Love Affair, Blue Songs (Moshi Moshi)
Gang of Four, Content (Yep Roc)

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