Tony Hadley revels in his ex-girlfriend's regrets in the sarcastic ballad "Gold."
Do you have an unquenchable thirst for (very) obscure vintage jazz/soul/funk/etc. tracks? Look no further...
Battle of the Christmas remixers... will either of these collections have you hip-hopping around the tree?
Yes, it sounds "old." But in subject matter, Saw Mill Man is startlingly modern.
Quite simply, this is a brilliant, dynamic, and insane listen. Now, one could argue about what band came first and who influenced who 'til the cows come home, but it would be far more satisfying to try and determine just what the hell this is.
Who emerges victorious in this holiday battle of the "it girls" of vocal jazz... Diana Krall or Jane Monheit?
Former Phish front man plays with Grateful Dead friends
This album represents the divine peak of a band whose career has since gone askew into the realms of banality.
This is a monumental musical misstep that has sat festering in some musicians' minds for far too long.
Nothing turns me off more than having to listen to somebody going on and on because they like the sound of their voice
An examination of the phenomenon known as real-money trade.
Innovative online play doesn't stop cheaters from taking over.
Disapointing and limited online play doesn't destroy the charm this series will always retain.
This week, you have another chance to overlook Cinderella Man in favor of The Fantastic Four. Will you make Russell cry?
Ron Howard's latest film is a rousing, inspiring tale.
‘The End’ is the final episode of the fifth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, shown just last night (Sunday 4th Dec).
The best and worst shows of the week
Some of it's good, some bad. Too bad the guy directing it had no idea what to do.
Sci-Fi Channel's original TV series on DVD
The Rapture is a daring amalgamation of sexuality, faith, and a resilient fundamentalist viewpoint of the End of Days.
Say Amen, Somebody is not only a production worth clapping for in rhythm, but also a picture worth applauding for in approval.
I’m just tired of dealing with all the other people who insist on going. Those who drive me bonkers. Totally ruining the movies for me.
An insightful documentary that examines the candidacy of Senator George McGovern sans gonzo journalism.
Johnny Cash was a man of many sides, many lives and at least one death and one resurrection. The recently released movie of his life, "Walk the Line," somehow manages to capture all of this and more in a fast-paced movie that gets up close and personal without getting at all sentimental.
Offbeat reflections on serious living.
Left Behind is "pre-trib porn" for the fundy masses.
Book nerds—make that bibliophiles—take note: Steven Gilbar is a man after your own hearts.
"We shouldn't need another wakeup call," says former commission chairman Thomas Kean.
There is nothing wrong with the government subsidizing Wal-Mart's workers.
Is there blood in the water, with sharks circling? Or is this solely an honest difference of opinion?
Bolton lays it on the line to the UN. Coulter zaps the Murtha lovefest. Governor Richardson's "conclusion".
First Al Qaeda had suicide bombers stoned on opium. Now the Sadrists have terrorist martyrs amped up on Crank. Seems it's a lot easier to die for Allah if you're high.
.. as you are impaled by more sursurreal news of The Ventriloquist of Vice and his Meat Puppet, George Bush.
Paul Bonicelli may not have the media cache of Harriet Miers or Michael Brown, but he's an unqualified crony nonetheless.
Stories are planted in the Iraqi press, which (oh by the way) "bleed" into Western media.
What you should know about the usual office subjects.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 05, 2005