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Enjoy the Company has some enjoyable tracks to be sure, but it is largely a bump in the road for The Whigs.
This classic metal record is new and improved, so if you call yourself a true Judas Priest fan, you should have it in your collection.
The New England Patriots blew out the Bills to avoid their first three-game losing streak in 10 years.
It took the famed ex-Smashing Pumpkins guitarist 14 years to record his second solo album. Was it worth the wait?
One of last season's Super Bowl game participants should make a repeat appearance in February. The other? Not so much.
Now out of playoff contention, the Red Sox are finally starting to clean house, and did so today with an unbelievably big trade.
Red Sox play is overall worse, not better under Bobby Valentine than it was under Terry Francona, but a change is not a-coming, unfortunately.
It's inexcusable that multiple Penn State top officials cared more about Sandusky than his victims. There needs to be severe consequences for their immoral inaction.
Bethany Cosentino avoids the dreaded sophomore slump on her group's new album of sunny surf pop numbers.
Oceania is the most consistently good Smashing Pumpkins album since Machina... and the best since Adore.