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Kent – Isola

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Kent - Isola       Tommy Gunnarsson: 'On Isola, their third album, Kent have really gone down in the melancholic swamp, and you could easily describe them as a cheap copy of Radiohead. Strangely enough, the first sin...

Naxatras – lll

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Naxatras - lll       Naxatras is a hard psychedelic rock band from Greece. They play a warm psychedelia full of fat grooves, dreamy melodies, heavy riffs and trippy guitar solos all with the vintage touch of the 70’s...

Black Sabbath – Paranoid

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Black Sabbath - Paranoid       Steve Huey: 'Paranoid was not only Black Sabbath's most popular record (it was a number one smash in the U.K., and "Paranoid" and "Iron Man" both scraped the U.S. charts despite virtual...

Feist – Let it die

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Feist - Let it die       MacKenzie Wilson: 'Somewhere in between living with Peaches, playing guitar with By Divine Right, rapping with Chilly Gonzales, and singing with Broken Social Scene and Apostle of Hustle, Can...

Dave Edmunds – Repeat When Necessary

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Dave Edmunds - Repeat When Necessary       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Recorded simultaneously with Nick Lowe's Labour of Lust, Dave Edmunds' Repeat When Necessary continues the winning streak of Get It and Tracks on W...

Palace Brothers – There is no-one what will take care of you

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Palace Brothers - There is no-one what will take care of you       Mark Deming: 'Will Oldham's first album under the Palace rubric, There Is No-One What Will Take Care of You, seemed to emerge from under a cloud of m...

John Martyn – One World

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John Martyn - One World       Wilson Neate: 'After Sunday's Child, John Martyn took an extended break from studio recording. By late 1975, feeling he was close to going "completely round the bend," he had also stoppe...

Robert Plant – Carry Fire

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Robert Plant - Carry Fire       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: Robert Plant opens Carry Fire with "The May Queen," a song that can't help but stir up memories of "Stairway to Heaven," the most mystical number Led Zeppelin ...

Gregory Alan Isakov – That Sea, the Gambler

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Gregory Alan Isakov - That Sea, the Gambler       Singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he began touring with a band at the age o...

Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins

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Grizzly Bear - Painted Ruins       Heather Phares:   During the five years between Shields and Painted Ruins, the lives of Grizzly Bear's members changed, thanks to marriage, children, and divorce. So did the way man...

The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

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The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding       Marcy Donelson: The War on Drugs' debut for Atlantic Records, A Deeper Understanding, is very much a follow-up to the group's critically acclaimed Top 30 breakthrough L...

LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

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LCD Soundsystem - American Dream       Tim Sendra: ...  American Dream is an emotionally charged and tightly wound return, balancing bursts of dance-punk energy with post-punk moodiness and synth pop abstraction, pow...

The Bats – Daddy’s Highway

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The Bats - Daddy's Highway       Ned Raggett: 'The Bats' first full album continues the early promise of their EPs and, with only the slightest deviations and changes since, established their sound for just about eve...

Metallica – Load

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Metallica - Load       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: Delivered five years after their eponymous "black" album in 1991, Load captures Metallica settling into an uneasy period of maturation. Under the guidance of producer B...

Slowdive – Souvlaki

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Slowdive - Souvlaki       Jack Rabid: 'Though not as big and swirling as Just for a Day, there's more of an attempt to put advanced song structure and melody in place rather than just craft infinitely appealing, occa...

Ray LaMontagne – Ouroboros

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Ray LaMontagne - Ouroboros       Marcy Donelson: '... . For his sixth full-length, Ouroboros, the singer/songwriter selected My Morning Jacket's Jim James to co-produce, and moves deeper into the psychedelic haze. La...

Cowboy Junkies – The Trinity Session

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Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Session       Thom Jurek: 'Who says you can't make a great record in one day -- or night, as the case may be? The Trinity Session was recorded in one night using one microphone, a DAT rec...

Metallica – Hardwired To Self Destruct

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Metallica - Hardwired To Self Destruct       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: '... Hardwired...To Self-Destruct does indeed rage, roaring out the gate with a title track where James Hetfield bellows "We're so f***ed/S*** out...

John Martyn – Cooltide

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John Martyn - Cooltide       Rob Caldwell: After releasing the much-delayed The Apprentice, Martyn was once again on a roll, and, while not quite as strong as The Apprentice, Cooltide was a solid outing. His jazziest...

Judas Priest – British Steel

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Judas Priest - British Steel       Steve Huey - Predating Metallica's self-titled blockbuster by 11 years, Judas Priest's British Steel was a similarly pitched landmark boasting many of the same accomplishments. It s...

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