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Album Review: Cuts Like A Knife

Cuts Like A Knife, by Bryan Adams If his self-titled debut album was and largely remains forgotten except for those who are aware of Bryan Adams as a songwriter like the bands who covered his compositions, and his second album … Continue reading

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Album Review: Bryan Adams

Bryan Adams, by Bryan Adams After the success of “Let Me Take You Dancing,” a song which has been disavowed by the artist because of the way that his voice was made higher and remixed as a disco song rather … Continue reading

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Album Review: You Want It You Got It

You Want It You Got It, by Bryan Adams When he received a bit of fame at the tail end of the disco period with a dance remix of his early track “Let Me Take You Dancing,” Bryan Adams was … Continue reading

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Album Review: 30

30, by Adele Adele has, since her youth, recorded a series of albums that is based on the year that the albums are recorded and released, and it is interesting to see the progress (or lack thereof), in the mentality … Continue reading

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Album Review: Be My Baby: The Very Best Of The Ronettes

Be My Baby: The Very Best Of The Ronettes, by The Ronettes As is something that may be a tradition here, given my somewhat morbid tastes, the report of the death of the titular Ron of the Ronettes has led … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Singles (Savage Garden)

The Singles, by Savage Garden There is frequently something interesting about best of compilations, as they serve as an entrance into a group that many would not otherwise know. This is the reverse of the process that happens for those … Continue reading

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Album Review: Encanto (OST)

Encanto (OST), by various artists I would like to preface this review by saying that I have not yet seen the film that this soundtrack is for and that I have no particular plans to do so. Whether that is … Continue reading

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Album Review: Accelerate

Accelerate, by R.E.M. Going backwards from the last R.E.M. studio album, we come to the second-to-last such effort, Accelerate, an album that is if anything even more obscure than collapse into now, with only one song that has been streamed … Continue reading

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Album Review: Collapse Into Now

Collapse Into Now, by R.E.M. When one listens to the last album by a band, there is a certain sense of melancholy in the foreknowledge that there was nothing original after this. The material of an album takes on a … Continue reading

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Album Review: Dawn FM

Dawn FM, by the Weeknd There is little question that the Weeknd has been a bit overexposed over the last couple of years. Of course, that is largely due to the fact that After Hours was one of the most … Continue reading

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