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Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich - Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm       Jon O'Brien: "...Benjamin Francis Leftwich couldn't have picked a better time to unleash, or rather quietly release, his subtle and understated brand ...

Nick Drake – Made To Love Magic

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Nick Drake - Made To Love Magic       Hunger for "new" Nick Drake material had reached enough of a fever pitch by the 21st century for Island to try digging up enough for this odd patchwork collection, combining outt...

Peter Broderick – Home

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Peter Broderick - Home       Home is a collection of folk songs recorded at the end of 2007 and the beginning of 2008. In late 2007, Peter Broderick toured all around Europe with the Danish ensemble Efterklang, playi...

Badfinger – Straight Up

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Badfinger - Straight Up       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Straight Up winds up somewhat less dynamic than No Dice, largely because that record alternated its rockers, pop tunes, and ballads. Here, everything is at a si...

Pulp – Different Class

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Pulp - Different Class       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: '....  Pulp don't stray from their signature formula at all -- it's still grandly theatrical, synth-spiked pop with new wave and disco flourishes, but they have m...

Jeff Beck – Beck-Ola

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Jeff Beck - Beck-Ola       Jerry McCulley: ' While Truth, the first Jeff Beck Group album, has often been touted as the blueprint for Led Zeppelin and much of the bombastic blues rock that followed, the group's sopho...

Scorpions – Blackout

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Scorpions - Blackout       Barry Weber: 'Blackout was the Scorpions' first majorly successful album, due to its clever balance of pop/rock (the title track), power ballads ("When the Smoke Is Going Down"), and catchy...

Quiet Sun – Mainstream

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Quiet Sun - Mainstream       Ted Mills: ' Phil Manzanera's pre-Roxy Music group never got to release their first attempt at an album, but in a break from Roxy in 1974, Manzanera regrouped the band and put out this ef...

Bright Eyes – Fevers and Mirrors

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Bright Eyes - Fevers and Mirrors       Fevers and Mirrors is the third album by the Nebraska indie band Bright Eyes, recorded in 1999 and released on May 29, 2000. It was the 32nd release of the Omaha, Nebraska-based...

Blur – Think Tank

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Blur - Think Tank       Caroline Butler: 'Compared to the brash pop of Damon Albarn's Gorillaz side project and 1999's overtly emotional 13, Think Tank is a soulful and subtle affair—its tone possibly traceable to th...

Ron Wood – I’ve Got My Own Album To Do

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Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do       'I've Got My Own Album To Do' is the first solo album by Ron Wood, released in September 1974. An all-star project recorded outside of his activities with the Faces, the t...

Fat Freddy’s Drop – Based On A True Story

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Fat Freddy's Drop - Based On A True Story        Rick Anderson: 'The debut album from Fat Freddy's Drop was originally issued on the band's own Drop label in its native New Zealand, where the disc promptly shipped go...

Black Stone Cherry – Folklore And Superstition

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Black Stone Cherry - Folklore And Superstition       Eduardo Rivadavia: 'For all its spirited, hard-hitting performances and wide-eyed country boy attitude, Black Stone Cherry's eponymous debut still gave off a faint...

Grandaddy – Under the Western freeway

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Grandaddy - Under the Western freeway       Nitsuh Abebe: 'Being from northern California, Grandaddy always gets compared to Pavement -- and rightly so, in some respects -- but this probably isn't the best way to sta...

Depeche Mode ‎– Speak And Spell

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Depeche Mode ‎– Speak And Spell       Ned Raggett: 'Though probably nobody fully appreciated it at the time -- perhaps least of all the band! -- Depeche Mode's debut is at once both a conservative, functional pop rec...

Colin Blunstone – Journey

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Colin Blunstone - Journey       Robin Platts: 'Colin Blunstone's third solo outing is not as consistent as his first two, but its best moments are easily on par with the best tracks on One Year and Ennismore. This ti...

Beulah – The Coast Is Never Clear

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Beulah - The Coast Is Never Clear       MacKenzie Wilson: 'After the dazzling reception of 1999's When Your Heartstrings Break, Beulah wasn't concerned with following things up with something fashionable. The bandmem...

Galaxie 500 – On Fire

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Galaxie 500 - On Fire       Ned Raggett: 'Having already made a fine account of themselves on Today, the three members of Galaxie 500 got even better with On Fire, recording another lovely classic of late '80s rock. ...

Michael Kiwanuka ‎– Home Again

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Michael Kiwanuka ‎– Home Again       Thom Jurek: 'An age ago, major labels signed artists knowing it would take three, four, or even five records before she or he matured sufficiently to build a a dedicated audience....

Talk Talk – The Colour of Spring

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Talk Talk - The Colour of Spring       Chris Woodstra: 'With It's My Life, Talk Talk proved that they could pull off an entire album of strong material. With The Colour of Spring, they took it one step further, movin...

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