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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...

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...

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...

Franz Ferdinand – Franz Ferdinand

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Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand       Heather Phares: 'While the Darts of Pleasure EP proved that Franz Ferdinand had a way with equally sharp lyrics and hooks, and the "Take Me Out" single took their sound to dram...

Matt Elliott – Drinking Songs

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Matt Elliott - Drinking Songs Ned Raggett: 'Matt Elliott's second solo CD, even more than his first, finds him moving further away from the feedback-and-beats trademarks of the Third Eye Foundation, though to be sure...

John Butler Trio – Sunrise Over Sea

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John Butler Trio - Sunrise Over Sea John D. Luerssen: 'The John Butler Trio's U.S. debut album, Sunrise Over Sea, is phenomenal -- from the opening notes of "Treat Yo Mama," a muscular and soulfully expressive roots ...

Starsailor – Silence Is Easy

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Starsailor - Silence Is Easy       Silence Is Easy is the second studio album by English indie rock group Starsailor, released in September 2003 on EMI.      'Amazon' Awash in the same Britpop romanticism of their de...

Kasabian – Kasabian

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Kasabian - Kasabian       David Jeffries 'Pre-release hubbub might have you thinking Kasabian's debut is the Stone Roses' firstborn all over again, or that it's a Screamadelica for its generation. Almost, but these l...

Neil Young – Greatest Hits

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Neil Young - Greatest Hits AMG Review: 2004's Greatest Hits is not only the first retrospective Neil Young has released since 1977's Decade, it's the first ever single-disc collection of his best-known songs. Greates...

Michael Franks – Watching The Snow

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Michael Franks - Watching The Snow AMG Review: To call Michael Franks schmaltzy is like calling Santa Claus jolly, but what sets him apart from his contemporaries is his ability to deliver each clever yet wince-induc...

The Killers – Hot Fuss

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The Killers - Hot Fuss       MacKenzie Wilson: '..The Las Vegas foursome introduce a perfectly tailored new wave-induced art rock sound on their debut, The Killers - Hot Fuss. They wooed MTV audiences and modern rock...

Ray Lamontagne – Trouble

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Ray Lamontagne - Trouble       Ray Lamontagne, a new name in the market, and an image of a great singer/songwriter is what we have here. A true find, a voice like no others. He has been compared to Otis Redding, Van ...

Nouvelle Vague – Nouvelle Vague

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Nouvelle Vague - Nouvelle Vague       Heather Phares: 'The best compliment that can be paid to Nouvelle Vague's self-titled debut album:Nouvelle Vague - Nouvelle Vague it isn't as arch and smirking as a collection of...

Devendra Banhart – Rejoicing in the Hands

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Devendra Banhart - Rejoicing in the Hands   Thom Jurek: 'When Michael Gira's Young God label issued Devendra Banhart's glorious home-recorded debut, Oh Me Oh My, on an unsuspecting world, its gorgeous yet sparse prim...

Bob Marley – Legend

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Bob Marley - Legend      Bob Marley - Legend is the twelfth album by Bob Marley & The Wailers, and the second posthumous album, released in 1984 by Island Records, catalogue BMW 1 in the United Kingdom and A1 901...

Chilly Gonzales – Solo Piano

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Chilly Gonzales - Solo Piano AMG review:Chilly Gonzales - Solo Piano, Near the end of the old millennium, someone once rapped, "Being futuristic these days means being futuristic on your own terms," which is entirely...

Iron & Wine – Our Endless Numbered Days

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Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days     Tim Sendra:  'On Our Endless Numbered Days, the follow-up to 2002's stunningly good Creek Drank the Cradle, the sound of Iron & Wine has changed but the song remain...

Sufjan Stevens – Seven Swans

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Sufjan Stevens - Seven Swans     James Christopher Monger:  ' After completing the first installment of his planned series of 50 records -- one album dedicated to each state in the U.S. -- indie folk overachiever Suf...

Green Day – American Idiot

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Green Day - American Idiot Stephen Thomas Erlewine: ' It's a bit tempting to peg Green Day's sprawling, ambitious, brilliant seventh album, Green Day - American Idiot, as their version of a Who album, the next logica...