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Album Review: iCarly

iCarly: Music From And Inspired by the Hit TV Show, by Various Artists As far as a sound track album is concerned, this album has a lot to commend itself for. It features a blend of songs that are from … Continue reading

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Album Review: Sparks Fly

Sparks Fly, by Miranda Cosgrove This album is something that fits Cosgrove’s musical career in general in that it is better if you don’t think too hard about it. Although this is by no means as good as the following … Continue reading

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Album Review: High Maintenance (EP)

High Maintenance, by Miranda Cosgrove This ep is five songs long and it is both the sort of music that I enjoy greatly but one that is less and less comfortable the more one thinks about it. For example, there … Continue reading

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Album Review: A Grand Don’t Come For Free

A Grand Don’t Come For Free, by the Streets I must admit that I am not that familiar with British hip-hop, but an acquaintance of mine told me about one of his favorite albums from the decade of the 2000’s, … Continue reading

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Album Review: Greatest Hits (Dan Fogelberg – 1982)

Greatest Hits, by Dan Fogelberg If you’re asking me, this particular compilation was released a little early in Fogelberg’s career. This particular compilation, which includes previously unreleased songs in “Missing You” and “Make Love Stay” was released after the massive … Continue reading

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Album Review: Dancehall: The Rise Of Dancehall Culture

Dancehall: The Rise Of Dancehall Culture, by Various Artists This particular 2-cd set is designed to present a flavor of dancehall during the period from 1979-1992, roughly. It is curated by someone who is aware that two discs of material … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Very Best Of Dan Fogelberg

The Very Best Of Dan Fogelberg, by Dan Fogelberg This cd makes a decisive moment in the history of Dan Fogelberg as an artist, and that is when his best of compilations and the recognition of his greatness as an … Continue reading

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Album Review: Re-Covered

Re-Covered, by Dan Wilson In the 1970’s, there was a large amount of albums that were made by songwriters like Laura Nyro and Carole Bayer Sager and others which were pillaged for material by those who (generally rightly) believed that … Continue reading

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Album Review: One Night At First Avenue

One Night At First Avenue, by Semisonic This album is, at least as far as I know, the only live album ever recorded and released by Semisonic over the course of their career. It tells the listener more or less … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Best Of Semisonic

The Best Of Semisonic, by Semisonic This album is, to date, the only best-of collection of Semisonic, and it checks off most of the boxes one would want in such a collection. It includes selections from all of the albums … Continue reading

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