Hopefully, the band will find it within themselves to release something that can hold its own against their first four albums.
Kind of like Melissa Etheridge crashes into Britney Spears, singing about heartaches and good times lost.
An aural tapestry in pastel cool.
Ninth in a series of musings on my music collection.
Hard-rocking Mardo is back with The New Gun.
There is absolutely no way that the jazz genre can possibly hope to keep these vocals all to itself.
Just because the album is diverse doesn't mean I like it.
Marty's Musical Meltdown takes a good look at the latest live shows and CDs.
The Cure reissues, Beyonce auditions band members, two men charged with fraud, and CD swapping site goes live in today's update.
Made to be pressed, saved, and loved all the way into your white-haired, rocking-chaired nineties.
Originating as a garage/basement band from suburban Chicago, Plain White T’s has a certain teen angst appeal.
After today's fresh twists on garage rock, it's nice to hear a band not afraid of longer song forms.
Blues drummer Barry Alexander, currently on tour with Jonny Lang.
Texas Roadhouse Favourites is as close as most of us will come to hearing the Commander and his crew live.
I'm urging all students to register their phone numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry.
Roy Trakin on pop culture.
Picks from Desicritics that are worth a read.
First in a monthly series highlighting the best newspaper articles I've come across.
More than a mere sex kitten, Jolie is a man-eating cheetah just waiting to devour our men.
With nothing to hide or hide behind, we're left with the only thing we really own.
Dear Elsa, How can I attain the honest, loving, stable relationship that I need and long for?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 08, 2006
The ILLIBERALS of the blogosphere have turned Zarqawi's death into a parade of criticism for President Bush.
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi has been eliminated - a deserving end to a wicked life.
What group other than Christian fundamentalists can get the executive and legislative branches of our government to sit up and beg?
Same-sex marriage should not be legalized, and here's why.
The original nationalist guise of the insurgency has been lost in favor of sectarian motivations and in-fighting.
Regardless of the outcome for Lt. Watada, more will follow in his footsteps – at least I hope.
Marriage provides a union, reason for perseverance, tax-shelters, financial inclusion, inheritance laws, and a piece of paper to stand up in court
This month brought a couple of big sized hits, as well as an ocean liner sized disappointment, in terms of box office.
Dull and by-the-numbers, Harrison Ford's thriller Firewall feels like it was made in 1988.
It is, perhaps, the world's most misunderstood and most frequently misinterpreted political philosophy.
If you like succubi - and who doesn't? - you'll like The Devil's Nightmare.
Who says there is no originality left in Hollywood?
It may well be that Zach Galifianakis' "Hardy Boys"* are the only reason to watch, but I'm willing to give it a shot.
Unnecessary remake squanders opportunity to inject any fresh ideas. Still, the classic horror story remains suspenseful and scary.
I couldn't resist the temptation to see The Omen on the big 6/6/06 opening day.
World Cup - it's about more than kicking a ball!
Wade is not going to let this slip away and there's just enough Diesel left in Shaq's tank.
The ripple effect from Balco continues to be a problem for MLB. And has Jose gotten his apology yet?
Much has been written about article marketing. Expert article marketer Chris Ellington share his thoughts on effective article marketing.
Trying to bring laws into the future is no easy task.
Global warming and the greenhouse effect are not the same!
Do you want to paddle this?
Playing with your balls never gets old.
Writers! Here are ten titles that would sell your chick lit books like rubber balloons on prom nights!
Sci-phi is a new branch of philosophy that explores the philosophy in science fiction.
There was a time when the Indian magazine Debonair was supposed to be a subdued version of Playboy.
It's official: JK Rowling is Britain's greatest living author.
The United States military has uncovered the remains of Atlantis beneath two miles of ice.
Literary world hangs head in shame.