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Album Review: Points On The Curve

Points On The Curve, by Wang Chung Although they are best remembered for their smash hit “Everybody Have Fun Tonight,” so much so that the band has often been labeled (incorrectly) as a one-hit wonder, in reality the band had … Continue reading

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Album Review: Midnights

Midnights, by Taylor Swift It has been some time since I could consider myself even modestly a fan of Taylor Swift, and as is sometimes the case I am not sure exactly how it happened nor was I aware of … Continue reading

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Album Review: Mama’s Big Ones

Mama’s Big Ones, by Cass Elliott Cass Elliott remains known today, to the extent that she is known, for fat jokes and speculation about the cause of her death–which was a heart attack during her early 30’s. And it is … Continue reading

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Album Review: Aerial

Aerial, by Kate Bush No one would ever accuse Kate Bush of being a prolific artist. That said, she has always aimed at quality over quantity, and if her artistic production has waned over the course of her career, an … Continue reading

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Album Review: Whatever We Wanna

Whatever We Wanna, by LeAnn Rimes One of the advantages of doing retrospectives of an artist’s entire discography is that one finds albums like this one, which regardless of their musical quality ask fascinating questions about what an artist and … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Very Best Of Sting And The Police

The Very Best Of Sting And The Police, by Sting and the Police Some fifteen years or so after the first (and previously reviewed) best-of compilation and less than a decade after the first best-of compilation for Sting (to be … Continue reading

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Album Review: I Need You (LeAnn Rimes)

I Need You, by LeAnn Rimes After waiting some time after the initial start of the career retrospective for LeAnn Rimes, the rankdown has now come to this particular album, which was initially released for contractual obligations on LeAnn Rimes’ … Continue reading

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Album Review: Different Man

Different Man, by Kane Brown Thus far I have been largely familiar with the successful career of Kane Brown as a singles artist, and it must be admitted that he has turned in some excellent singles that demonstrate he is … Continue reading

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Album Review: Ride The Lightning

Ride The Lightning, by Metallica During the year after the release of their debut album, Metallica was busy acquiring more musical skill thanks to some skilled instruction and also garnering a significant amount of attention for their musical ambition, which … Continue reading

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Album Review: Living The Dream (Deluxe)

Living The Dream (Deluxe), by Haliey Whitters Occasionally I am invited to do a rankdown of an artist that I have never heard of, though admittedly this is rarely the case. Most of the time when I listen to music … Continue reading

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