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An excellent debut record from this group of Berklee grads.
M.I.A. since 2004, Shalini's third album is well worth the wait. Fans of power-pop should take notice.
This highly respected pre-grunge-era group is back to show the kids how super heavy thrash metal is done.
It didn't take Maritime long to spout out more high-spirited pop songs. The results? Very good but not quite great.
A compilation of new tracks, rare demos, a career-spanning documentary and live show. Thursday's fans couldn't ask for more.
After seven long years, Smashing Pumpkins rocked Boston like they've never done before. Oh, what a night indeed!
A short but sweet history of the legendary Mexican-born, San Francisco-based guitarist's best known work.
Queensryche offers rock fans yet another "best of" set. These discs span most of their illustrious, 25-year career.
Hardcore Megadeth fans will have to shell out hard-earned cash for this massive set of rarities and remastered gems.
With this free new music CD/DVD compilation, you get your money's worth and then some.