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Kings Of Leon – Walls

Kings Of Leon – Walls       Matt Collar : ‘On their seventh studio album, 2016’s WALLS, Kings of Leon clearly attempt to crack the surface of that codified shell, hunkering down in Los Angeles with producer Markus Dravs (Florence + the Machine, Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons), purportedly taking a looser, less critical […]

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Xavier Rudd – Spirit Bird

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. There are propulsive, experimental pieces heavy with ethnic percussion and featuring his ever-present didgeridoo along with quieter, more song-based work […]

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Paul Weller – Days of Speed

      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 shortly after the release of his fifth solo album, Heliocentric. This actually turns out to be a […]

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Seu Jorge – The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions

Seu Jorge – The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions While The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou movie got mixed reviews, the soundtrack was universally hailed as excellent. The standout was Jorge, who not only had a role as an actor but also played a handful of Bowie songs solo with acoustic guitar, singing them in Portuguese […]

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David Bowie – Hunky Dory

David Bowie – Hunky Dory Hunky Dory is the fourth album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, recorded in the summer of 1971. The album has received critical acclaim since its release, and is regarded as one of the artist’s best works. In 1998, Q magazine readers voted Hunky Dory the 43rd greatest album of all […]

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Buckingham Nicks – Buckingham Nicks

Buckingham Nicks – Buckingham Nicks AMG Review: While it will be hard to find, this lone album cut by a young and ambitious (and still romantically attached) Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham a short two years before joining Fleetwood Mac is well worth digging out for your turntable. There are a few CD versions floating […]

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Gang Of Four – Entertainment!

Gang Of Four – Entertainment!       Andy Kellman: ‘Entertainment! is one of those records where germs of influence can be traced through many genres and countless bands, both favorably and unfavorably. From groups whose awareness of genealogy spreads wide enough to openly acknowledge Gang of Four’s influence (Fugazi, Rage Against the Machine), to […]

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Circus – Movin’ On

Circus – Movin’ On Progarchives.com: Circus is a not very well known progressive rock band. On Circus – Movin’ On, it seems no keyboards are used, but it is very hard to believe! The influences seems come from everywhere, as i am going to explain below. When you think about influences, then comes to mind […]

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Dr John – Gumbo

Dr John – Gumbo AMG Review: Dr John – Gumbo bridged the gap between post-hippie rock and early rock & roll, blues, and R&B, offering a selection of classic New Orleans R&B, including “Tipitina” and “Junko Partner,” updated with a gritty, funky beat. There aren’t as many psychedelic flourishes as there were on his first […]

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Grandaddy – The Sophtware Slump

Grandaddy – The Sophtware Slump The Sophtware Slump is the second studio album by American indie rock band Grandaddy. It was released on May 29, 2000, through record label V2. It is seen by some as a concept album about problems concerning modern technology in society. AMG review: Picking up where their Signal to Snow Ratio […]

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