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Avril Lavigne – Let Go

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Avril Lavigne - Let Go Christina Saraceno: 'Talk about pressure -- being under 21 and having a record deal no longer qualifies as extraordinary. And as mass-produced teen pop makes its exit and a glut of young singer...

Good Charlotte – The Young and The Hopeless

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Good Charlotte - The Young and The Hopeless Tom Semioli: 'Good Charlotte's The Young and the Hopeless is punk-pop déjà vu. Rehashing worn clichés aplenty on each track, cuts such as "The Anthem" emerge exactly as the...

Moby – 18

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Moby - 18 18 is the sixth studio album by American electronica musician Moby released in 2002. The most successful single from the album was "We Are All Made of Stars", which reached number 11 on the UK Singles Chart...

Schiller – Voyage

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Schiller - Voyage Schiller is a German electronic DJ, who rose to fame in 1998 and named after the German poet and dramatist Friedrich Schiller. Originally it was a duo consisting of Christopher von Deylen and Mirko ...

Nada Surf – Let Go

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      Let Go is the third album by alternative rock band, Nada Surf. It was released on Barsuk in 2002. The New York trio did score an MTV hit with "Popular," from their 1996 debut album, but it is a more mature and l...

The Cranberries – Stars: Best of the Cranberries 1992-2002

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The Cranberries - Stars: Best of the Cranberries 1992-2002 AMG Review: For the Cranberries, assembling a best-of covering the first decade of their career means compiling their singles in chronological order, which t...

Télépopmusik – Genetic World

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Télépopmusik - Genetic World AMG review:  This debut outing by French techno craftsmen Fabrice Dumont, Stephan Haeri, and Christophe Hetier is a lounge lizard's idea of heaven. Among the many intriguing elements stit...

Cafe del Mar – Vol 9

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Cafe del Mar - Vol 9 AMG Review:  The popular Cafe del Mar series returns with Vol. 9, compiled by longtime curator DJ Bruno. As with the series' other volumes, this collection features plenty of atmospheric chill-ou...

Coldplay – A Rush Of Blood To The Head

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Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head AMG Review: After touring in support of their debut album, Parachutes, Coldplay was personally and professionally exhausted. Frontman Chris Martin insisted he was dry; by the ti...

Maroon 5 – Songs about Jane

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Maroon 5 - Songs about Jane       Wikipedia: Songs About Jane is the debut album of American pop rock band Maroon 5, released June 25, 2002 on J Records and Octone Records in the United States. The album became a sle...

Thievery Corporation – The Richest Man In Babylon

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Thievery Corporation - The Richest Man In Babylon AMG Review: Even more similar to its predecessor, The Mirror Conspiracy, than that one was to the first Thievery Corporation LP, The Richest Man in Babylon provides s...

Agalloch – The Mantle

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Agalloch - The Mantle AMG Review:  Agalloch - The Mantle their second album, is a leaps-and-bounds improvement over their first full-length, 1999's Pale Folklore. That wasn't a bad album, but it was hampered by a low...

Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

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Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot AMG Review: Few bands can call themselves contemporaries of both the heartbreakingly earnest self-destruction of Whiskeytown and the alienating experimentation of Radiohead's post-millenn...

Múm – Finally We Are No One

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Múm - Finally We Are No One AMG Review: Múm's first album for Fat Cat -- by no coincidence, the label that also broke fellow Icelanders Sigur Rós -- has all the majestic synths, crackly drum machine percussion, sampl...

Beck – Sea Change

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Beck - Sea Change For Beck - Sea Change, much of Beck's trademark recondite, ironic lyrics were replaced by more sincere, simpler lyrical content. He also eschewed the heavy sampling of his previous albums for real,...

Archive – You All Look The Same To Me

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Archive - You All Look The Same To Me You All Look the Same to Me is Archive's third studio album. In this album Archive used Craig Walker for vocals and gradually turned away from their roots in electronica and trip...

Norah Jones – Come Away with Me

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Norah Jones - Come Away with Me       David R. Adler: ' Norah Jones' debut on Blue Note "Norah Jones - Come Away with Me" is a mellow, acoustic pop affair with soul and country overtones, immaculately produced by the...

The Notwist – Neon Golden

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The Notwist - Neon Golden Amg review: The Notwist - Neon Golden was a subtle rewiring of the Notwist's long-established baroque hip-hop post-rock fetishist technique. The album's minimal kitchen-sink vibe was stronge...

Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights

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Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights       Andy Kellman: ' One might go into a review like this one wondering how many words will pass before Joy Division is brought up. In this case, the answer is 16. Many are too q...

Queens of the Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf

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Queens of the Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: ' On their third album, Songs for the Deaf, Queens of the Stone Age are so concerned with pleasing themselves with what they play that they ...