Instrumental progressive rock with classical leanings.
20 bands pay homage to the electronic pioneers.
There should be an advisory on this album: If you’re prone to headaches, don’t listen to it.
The best albums released in April 2008.
Some hits and misses from Moby.
It works great as a video jukebox, but it's not a good documentary.
By and large, this may be one of Nat King Cole's most fascinating releases.
"The Internet is the best thing that has ever happened to music in the history of music."
Capitol releases a fine set of Sinatra songs made famous by his movies.
Prodigy's 2008 Manifesto has arrived.
Gogol Bordello and the Hives's shock therapy for Paris.
"Classical Music" is not dead.
Stevie Wonder 's unfairly neglected album shows an artist who still has something to say.
David Marks was out and Al Jardine was in as the Beach Boys motor along.
A look at a Sun Studio recording session with David Ford.
Using songs to advertise products as a new means of marketing music.
A night of raucous music, just what you want on a Friday night.
Cultured Tangos examines aspects of the music of Argentine composer, Astor Piazzolla.
Witness the rebirth of Lyrics Born...
Morello and his musical friends put on a night to remember for a good cause.
Another pedestrian entry in the made-for-TV period piece genre.
In its fourth season, Laverne & Shirley still remained a very funny sitcom.
During a time of turbulence and oppression, Reinaldo Arenas used his written word to express his passion for life and justice.
George Lucas's pet project might not have a lot of fans, but the OTR crowd is loyal and understands.
Jet Li and Jackie Chan on screen together for the first time generate entertaining chopsocky mayhem in this light-hearted actioner fantasy.
Stylized ultra-violence like a masterpiece painting brought to life.
A fun fantasy that provides easy entry to the world of kung fu cinema, plus the pairing of Li and Chan!
There's little hope that Michael will recover or that Liz and Jason will be together. Patrick and Robin renew their love.
So do dead men run, too?
The funniest comedy of the year so far from the Apatow boys.
New series looks at DVDs from the writer's personal collection. Up first is the Steven Spielberg-directed film that updates an alien-invasion classic.
Robson Arms co-creators Susin Nielsen and Gary Harvey talk about the third season.
This film about a man's struggle for self-acceptance is a gem.
The boys from Car Talk help Nova out by looking at the future of the automobile.
When it comes to natural history, few broadcasters and naturalists match up to David Attenborough.
I do like the idea of a lifelike web experience based on the real world, as opposed to a virtual world...
Sun Microsystems made promises, and now they're breaking them.
Did I grow a little?
Certainly if you have an older version of RoboHelp that you are using, this is a must-do upgrade.
Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez continue threading mysteries into the chilling horror story about the Locke children and Key House.
The struggles of drug addiction and the fear of impending plague make for a great debut novel.
First-hand accounts of well-known controversies in history.
A riveting account of a woman's struggle with bipolar disorder.
“God alert. It’s the wine dude!” The third book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series delivers a titanic good time!
“Wine is sunlight held together by water.” – Galileo Galilei
This book provides a painful, personal trek through one of the darkest periods of history in the Western world.
With Frank Thomas's recent release, the Blue Jays have an opportunity in their talons.
My husband wrapped himself in a blanket of spreadsheets, feeling happy with there being enough money in the budget; but I still didn’t feel safe.
There are pauses in these two plays during which you could unload a banana boat.
20 drink minimum.
If mass immigration continues at current levels, not only the "bitter" white working class will feel bitter.