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Glue Trip – Glue Trip

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Glue Trip - Glue Trip       novomundo: 'Experimental and psychedelic pop of Lucas and Felipe comes from João Pessoa, capital of the Paraíba state in the Northeast of Brazil. Eight titles alternately hallucinogenic, b...

Moby – Play

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Moby - Play       John Bush ' Following a notorious flirtation with alternative rock, Moby returned to the electronic dance mainstream on the 1997 album I Like to Score. With 1999's Moby - Play, he made yet another l...

Jóhann Jóhannsson – Free the Mind

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Jóhann Jóhannsson - Free the Mind       The score is written for a 60 piece orchestra, piano, percussion and electronics. It was recorded in Studio 22, Hungarian Radio in Budapest and was conducted by Peter Pejtsik. ...

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...

Nicolas Jaar – Sirens

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Nicolas Jaar - Sirens       Rovi Staff: "Sirens, the third album from Nicolas Jaar, falls somewhere between the contemplative microhouse of first album Space Is Only Noise (2011) and the glossier follow-up Pomegranat...

Archive – The False Foundation

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Archive - The False Foundation       Popmatters : '... Most of the sounds and textures featured on the album can be traced back to industrial music in some form or another, usually in the form of brittle, chilly synt...

Xavier Rudd – Spirit Bird

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Xavier Rudd - Spirit Bird       Timothy Monger: 'Xavier Rudd's seventh album Spirit Bird finds the Australian multi-instrumentalist expanding on the sonic and lyrical themes laid out in much of his previous work. The...

Joe Satriani – Surfing With The Alien

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Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Surfing with the Alien belongs to its era like Are You Experienced? belongs to its own -- perhaps it doesn't transcend its time the way the Jimi H...

Rodrigo & Gabriela – re-Foc

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Rodrigo & Gabriela - re-Foc       Thom Jurek: 'While Rodrigo y Gabriela's self-titled third album is an utter and complete joy to listen to -- actually, it's more of a riotous celebration -- it's more than diffic...

James Blake – The Colour In Anything

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James Blake - The Colour In Anything       Andy Kellman: '...A couple weeks later, the long-delayed The Colour in Anything materialized at a length nearly that of his first two albums put together. Recording began in...

Queen – Greatest Hits 1

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      William Ruhlmann: "They may not have started out that way, but by 1981 Queen definitely was perceived as a singles act. This record gathers their biggest US/UK hits, 1973-1981, including the collaboration with D...

Guns N’ Roses – Greatest Hits

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      Dan Gennoe: 'If time is the true test, then Guns N' Roses' Greatest Hits confirms that they really were one of the greatest rock & roll bands in the world. While, in retrospect, fellow graduates of the class...

Four Tet – Rounds

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      John Bush: 'For his solo projects, Fridge's Kieran Hebden is a lo-fi experimentalist who, had he been recording 15 years ago, would've been cranking out songs on a four-track recorder instead of a laptop. As dem...

Paul Weller – Days of Speed

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      Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'Despite the unplugged boon of the '90s, Paul Weller steadfastly refused to succumb to the acoustic trend until the decade rolled over into the new millennium, and he did a solo tour sho...

Pet Shop Boys – Please

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Pet Shop Boys - Please Stephen Thomas Erlewine: 'A collection of immaculately crafted and seamlessly produced synthesized dance-pop, the Pet Shop Boys' debut album, Please, sketches out the basic elements of the duo'...

Buffalo Springfield – Retrospective

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Buffalo Springfield - Retrospective       Steven Stolder: 'Only a handful of bands have made a greater impact with fewer recordings than the short-lived Buffalo Springfield. Their history is told in the titles of the...

Faithless – Reverence

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 Faithless - Reverence       Amy Hanson: 'Maxi Jazz, the maestro behind Faithless, is well titled as "the grand oral disseminator." The tales he spins make this album a manifesto, religious experience, sexual escapad...

Ariana Grande – My Everything

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Ariana Grande - My Everything     My Everything is the second studio album by American singer Ariana Grande, released on August 22, 2014 by Republic Records. Grande describes My Everything as "an evolution" from her ...

Tangerine Dream – Ricochet

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Tangerine Dream - Ricochet Glenn Swan: 'Electronic trio Tangerine Dream embrace their equipment and take their audience on an actual journey through this especially good, two-part showcase recorded live in France and...

Terry Riley – A Rainbow in Curved Air

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Terry Riley - A Rainbow in Curved Air "Blue" Gene Tyranny: 'After several graph compositions and early pattern pieces with jazz ensembles in the late '50s and early '60s (see "Concert for Two Pianists and Tape Record...

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