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Music Review: Fall Out Boy – ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’

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Gone are the days of the teen angst prevalent in their early offerings, replaced by an impressively mature, commanding sound that solidifies Fall Out Boy’s place in musical history. Read More »

Music Review: XTRMST – ‘XTRMST’

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Davey Havok and Jade Puget have made strides with XTRMST to revitalize the mid-era of punk, the era of early- to mid-'90s punk, the era of Green Day, of Rage Against the Machine, of the Offspring, full force into the 2010s. Read More »

Music Review: Gene Clark [The Byrds] – ‘Two Sides to Every Story’ [2014 Deluxe Edition]

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Is Gene Clark's neglected 1977 release country-rock or just country? Read More »

Music Review: Chicago – ‘Chicago XXXVI: Now’

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Is Chicago's latest album up to the standard set by 'Chicago XXX'? Read More »

Music Review: Rosanne Cash – ‘The River & The Thread’

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Has Rosanne Cash recorded her 'Graceland'? Read More »

Music Review: RAC – ‘Strangers (Part 2)’

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RAC's 'Strangers (Part 2)' did not fail to impress and excite me. It's a little more low-key and less radio-friendly than 'Part 1', but still fun and makes a nice companion piece. Read More »

Music Review: Benmont Tench – ‘You Should Be So Lucky’

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Is Benmont Tench's solo album just competent or is it more than that? Read More »

Music Review: Dido – ‘Greatest Hits’

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Did Dido include enough or too much of her music on this greatest hits collection? Read More »

Music Review: Brigitte Zarie – ‘L’amour’

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'L'Amour' is a singular example of old school jazz in a modern world. Read More »

Music Review: Julian Lennon – ‘Everything Changes’ [2013 Reissue]

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Though it falls short of being essential, it's almost an excellent album. Read More »