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    1. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
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    2. Amputechture
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    3. Magic Potion
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    4. Move Along
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    5. American Idiot
    $9.72
    6. The Best Of The Doors
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    7. Decemberunderground
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    8. Don't You Fake It
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    9. Blood Mountain
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    10. Show Your Bones
    $9.72
    11. Get Born
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    12. Coming Home
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    13. Dusk and Summer
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    14. Blood Mountain
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    15. London Calling
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    16. Sublime
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    17. The Best of Talking Heads
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    20. From Under the Cork Tree

    1. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
    by Decaydance
    Audio CD (27 September, 2005)
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    Asin: B000AMJDHY
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Barely out of high school when signed as the first act for Powered By Ramen's new Decaydance imprint, guitarist Ryan Ross and drummer Spencer Smith of Panic! at the Disco had previously cut their musical teeth in a local Las Vegas Blink 182 cover band. It's that familiar, contempo-punk-pop sensibility, bolstered by the amped-up emo-core ambitions of singer Brendan Urie (typified by the snarky gem "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage") that dominates the opening tracks of the album. It's a shrewd hook, one the band steadily expands -- sonically and lyrically -- thereafter. The nervous energy of "London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines" is set off by sonic embroidery that's sounds as intriguing as the vocoder shtick of "Nails For Breakfast..." does dated. Yet "Camisado" quickly shakes up Supertramp's prog-pomp with a double-shot of modern punk-pop smarts, an alchemy the band and producer Mint Squire performs with similarly inventive, genre-blurring ambition (complete with a quasi-Grand Guignol "Intermission" nearly worthy of Queen) on "Lying is the Most Fun..." and such standouts as "But Its Better If You Do" and the arch delight "Build God, Then We'll Talk." Too many young bands are content slaves to fashion; this one has forged a promising debut by shrewdly taking fashion hostage, then standing it firmly on its head. Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good CD
    I personally love this CD. It is a mix of rock and tech in a sense, and is different from other things that I've heard. My favorite songs from it were "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage", "Nails for Breakfast, Tacks for Snacks", "Time to Dance", "Camisado", and "There's a Good REason Why These Tables are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought of it Yet".
    4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
    This was awesome. My favorite songs were It's Time To Dance, Camisado, But It's Better If You Do, Build God Then We'll Talk, but my number one favorite song was I Constantly Thank God...
    4-0 out of 5 stars Eh.
    When the video for "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies" came out, I never bothered to watch it or listen to the song. When "But It's Better If You Do"'s video was released, it just seemed to pop up on almost every music station. I listened to it once or twice, thinking it's not that great. Suddenly, one day, (mind you, my friends had the album already) I was in love. I borrowed it from one of them and I'd been listening to it for about 2 days tops. Final opinion:
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    Subjects:  1. Emo    2. Pop    3. Punk Revival    4. Punk-Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


    2. Amputechture
    by Umvd Labels
    Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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    Asin: B000GPI1BO
    Sales Rank: 453
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars But.....I Like It
    In 25 words or less...interesting music by great musicians..they continue to break the mold....and challenge our ears...bravo MV...

    3-0 out of 5 stars Amputate some songs...
    If someone were to ask me the answer to today's Pink Floyd, my response might be The Mars Volta. With 2003's Deloused in the Comatorium, the galactic battlefield that is Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez's guitar work ripped apart the common man while the saucy vocals of one Cedric Bixler Zavala put it all back together again. Their music was weird, trippy and, for the most part, frighteningly original.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Humans as ornaments
    This is the first disc I've heard by The Mars Volta (TMV) and I can understand why this could be a negative experience for some. Piercing dissonant guitar tones that could shatter glass, odd time signatures and weird changes during a song usually turn most people off. Adding creepy shrieking sax playing and falsetto vocals that can warp your eardrums and sound Chipmunkish at times, and you have a difficult listen indeed. For me, TMV sound like a combination of Faith No More, King Crimson, and Santana. All songs on this disc, less the beginning and final track, are intriguing and the simple groove of "Meccamputechture" is infectious. The production suffers at times from audible distortion and the drums are buried in the mix, but these are only minor issues to an otherwise solid release. Definitely makes me want to check out more of their discs. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Post-Hardcore    3. Post-Rock/Experimental    4. Progressive Metal    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


    3. Magic Potion
    by Nonesuch
    Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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    Asin: B000GPIPD8
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    All hail the riff king! The Black Keys' guitarist/singer Dan Auerbach has the meanest way with a hook since Jimmy Page. He adds to his arsenal on the band's fourth full-length release, on which each track pounds its way into your skull with fuzzy, swampy fury. Less is very definitely more in Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney's world as the stripped-down guitar/drums attack smolders, burns, and then ignites without shifting into heavy-metal overdrive. But even with the occasional ballad such as "You're the One" slowing the momentum, this is an intoxicating blast of raw, thudding blues power. The duo impressively control the dynamics, raising and lowering the tension in a yin-yang struggle of ominous, greasy, heavy blues-rock that never sounds forced. With the exception of a few subtle but effective overdubs, this is the sound Auerbach and Carney heard in the drummer's basement studio where the music was recorded. Like the best rock and roll, the disc exudes a dark, cramped claustrophobia and foreboding sense of danger, just like wandering through a haunted house, unaware of what is behind the next corner. It's the main ingredient in the band's deceptively simple yet potent formula that creates this addictive, compelling, and often intense album. Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Unadorned rock and roll
    The Black Keys are one of my favorite rock and roll bands with their garage band minimalism tempered by touches of blues and psychedelia. But I was a little surprised when the band signed to the eclectic Nonesuch label and wondered how this would affect their sound. Well, I needn't wonder at all as this album was literally recorded in a band member's basement and keeps the same raw and exciting sound as the bands previous work. Most of the songs are kept short and sweet with blistering blues based guitar and basic drumming giving way to melodic hooks like in "Your Touch" which is very catchy and has elements of pop without compromising their rough and tumble sound.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Magic Potion
    Focus: that's the element that seems to be missing from The Black Keys' latest long-player, their fourth album in all. The blues-rockin' riffs, courtesy of Dan Auerbach, are present and correct, and Patrick Carney's drums are rarely less than suitably bombastic, but Magic Potion suffers, rather, from alarming dips in concentration. For every romper-stomper of a four-minute fuzz-soaked foot-stamper, there's a meandering exercise in mediocrity just around the metaphysical bend.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Magic indeed...
    Unlike many of the other reviewers here, this is the first Black Keys album I have heard, and I was extremely impressed.The vocals remind me of a mix between Bob Dylan, Led Zeplin, and Jimmi Hendrix and the guitar work is absolutely amazing.Many of the reviewers here stated that this album may not be as good as their previous releases; if that statement is remotely true I will be buying every one of their cds.After hearing the first 3 tracks I knew instantly that this band will be one of my all-time favorites.Do yourself a favor and check this out.I highly recommend this album. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Blues-Rock    2. Garage Punk    3. Indie Rock    4. Pop    5. Punk Blues    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. United States of America   


    4. Move Along
    by Interscope Records
    Audio CD (12 July, 2005)
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    Asin: B0009W5JD2
    Sales Rank: 165
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Totally addicting!
    I bought this CD for two main reasons - "Dirty Little Secret" and "Move Along." After sampling the tunes I found myself liking a few others and so I took the plunge and bought this CD.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Hi
    I dont know anything about the AAR!
    5-0 out of 5 stars Friggin' Addicting!
    I can't stop listening to this!
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    Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Emo    3. Indie Rock    4. Pop    5. Punk-Pop    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. United States of America   


    5. American Idiot
    by Reprise / Wea
    Audio CD (21 September, 2004)
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    Asin: B0002OERI0
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars One Of The Greatest Cd's Of Our Time
    Epic and anthemic, and yet every track can be listened to without the others.It tells a great story and has a great set of characters.Jesus of Suburbia and Homecoming particularly stick out in my mind.If you don't have it already, get it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars You tell 'em
    OK, fair enough, Green Day were the first band with the guts to actually call the Bush administration out for what it is (or what they think it is, anyways).I'm puzzled how people can say the lyrics don't even make sense - I have no problem figuring out what the songs are about!That's the lyrical review - 5 stars.I'm not a fan of punk rock so I can't fairly review this CD in musical terms, so I gave it the 3 stars of middle ground.The average # stars is therefore 4 stars.(I wonder if the people who can't figure out the meaning of the lyrics, will be able to follow that.)
    1-0 out of 5 stars Brainless, mindless trash...if you like Greenday...you must be a retard.
    Green Day is a completely talentless pop rock band.Ths type of music takes no talent what so ever.Its three chords played on a guitar...and nothing more.Then they put those three chords through a bunch of distortion and fuzz boxes to mask the lack of talent.Well Greenday, you little bas.ards didn't fool me with your noisy guitar pop.I know a lack of talent when I hear it, and Green Day are absolutely talentless at playing their instruments.And what are these lyrics anyway?Half the time you can't even understand what these punks are saying because the music is such a noisy guitar pop racket.And whenever the lyrics are audible, they sound stu.pid and don't make any sense."The New Media"?"The Redneck Agenda"?Lyrics like that are such a bunch of pseudo intellectual nonsense that its almost laughable.Green Day are a bunch of juvenile delinquents who probably aren't even old enough to vote, let alone know anything about politics.And the harder they try to be intelligent, the more idiotic they sound.SO Green Day, please stop writing those pseudo intellectual "social commentary" tunes that take no talent.You don't sound smart.You don't sound intelligent.Every word you sing on your pseudo intellectual "rock operas" just shows your ignorance abou t the topic you're writing about.ANd Green Day fans...how can you actually enjoy this noisy, three chord, guitar pop racket? How can you like listening to a bunch of bratty juveniledelinquents from the suburbs shooting their mouths off about politics when their knowledge is limited to riding skateboards, smoking joints, and playing 3 chords on a guitar?I'm begining to think that in order to be a Greenday fan, one must not have a brain cell.After all, that's the only way one could listen to this brainless, mindless cr.ap.Come on Green Day fans, this CD isn't a five star unless you're reta.rded. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Pop    4. Punk Revival    5. Punk-Pop    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. United States of America   


    6. The Best Of The Doors
    by Rhino / Wea
    Audio CD (08 August, 2006)
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    Asin: B000002H22
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Covers the basics, but Legacy: The Absolute Best is a better comp
    Okay, don't get me wrong, I love the Doors - they made some of the greatest American music (along with Dylan and the Velvet Underground) during the British Invasion days, and their music has not dated in the least. And this two-disc, nineteen-track comp does do a good job of rounding up the bare essentials (Light My Fire, Break On Through, The End, Love Me Two Times, The Unknown Soldier, Five to One, Hello I Love You, Touch Me, Roadhouse Blues, Riders on the Storm, L.A. Woman), it's missing some very important songs, most notably Peace Frog (an inexcusable omission), plus Soul Kitchen, Not to Touch the Earth, Moonlight Drive, Twentieth Century Fox, Back Door Man and a few other good ones that managed to make it on Legacy: The Absolute Best. And why Alabama Song was included in the place of any of the above songs is simply inexcusable - in my mind, that's one of the group's weaker songs (along with Touch Me, while I'm ranting). That said, it's not at all a bad way at all to get into the Doors, and tends to be less expensive than Legacy. So if you need the absolute basics, and nothing more, this would be a good way to get them in one fell swoop. But if you want to dig a bit deeper, that's what Legacy's for.

    2-0 out of 5 stars For your own good, please don't buy this!
    This two disc set just barely brushes the surface of what the Doors have to offer.Here are some awesome, essential Doors songs you'll be missing out on, just to name a few:
    1-0 out of 5 stars A papier mache hero.
    The "Lizard King" was a hero of the "counterculture" until 3/1/1969.Then, he turned into a cowering wimp!!!When it came to assaulting traditional American values, the "Lizard King" was awesome.See: the Ed Sullivan Show, the Singer Bowl riot, his Oedipal days at the Whiskey, etc.However, when the powers that be finally decided to push back, the "Lizard King" became a professional victim-a misunderstood artist who simply had "something to say."He whined about how everyone was out to get him.That's why the "conterculture" failed.They were good at pushing, but, when it came to pushing back, they were exposed for what they were: a bunch of bed-wetters.Thirty-eight years on, it's no surprise that America never "broke on through."Hey Ray, John, and Robbie: your fearless leader turned into a gutless turd!!! ... Read more

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    7. Decemberunderground
    by Interscope Records
    Audio CD (06 June, 2006)
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    Asin: B000FFJ85I
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    As AFI rode onto mainstream radio playlists with their gleaming major label debut, Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Loyal AFI Fan!!!
    Decemberunderground is one of the greatest cd's ever!!! I love all of AFI's music and bands do change there style to keep up to date.Davey's style keeps the band going and his voice is great!!!Jade's style with his guitar is his own!! Every song on this CD is excellent and you will never tire of it. Even if you have never heard of AFI, you will love this CD, give it a try!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not a shabby followup

    3-0 out of 5 stars A bold new direction.....in cruise control.
    AFI is one of the more exciting acts in the quasi-rock mainstream.While they aren't risk takers in the Tim Buckley sense, they certainly aren't scared of adding fresh interesting levels to their maturing foundation. This of course accumliated in their best release to date,"Sing the Sorrow."This isn't the case with "December Underground" as they appear to have cut themselves down to the old punk quick so that they may construct an entirely different sound from the rubble.
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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Emo    3. Glam Rock    4. Goth Rock    5. Hardcore Punk    6. New Wave    7. Pop    8. Punk    9. Punk Revival    10. Rock    11. United States of America   


    8. Don't You Fake It
    by Virgin Records
    Audio CD (18 July, 2006)
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    Asin: B000G0MI86
    Sales Rank: 1266
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected
    I have to admit, when I first heard about this band and viewed their website, everything about them screamed 'cookie-cutter pop/punk/screamo band'. You know what, they might even be just that, but their album is still pretty good, and that's what really matters.
    1-0 out of 5 stars how much worse can it get
    i'm tired of all these bands that come out and they think they sound good. this is another example of how dumb music is sometimes. RJA has copied every other band i've heard of and i'm sick of that. "Face Down" is there first single and it sounds like a rip of MXPX. so yeah not even that song."Guardian Angel" or whatever sounds like Copeland, or Lifehouse or something like that. i mean every song on the cd is a copy of other bands. no originality what so ever. i wish bands that are trying to make it big use their own skills in writing instead of others. one star is the least i could do, and that's sad cause i enjoy music, don't waste your time on this cd.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Seriously. ONE OF THE BEST ALBUMS I OWN!!!
    When I saw these guys on some 'Ones to Watch' sort of thing on mtv, i was immediately entranced. They had a catchy song and I immediately found my way to Limewire and downloaded face down.
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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Emo    3. Pop    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop    6. Screamo    7. United States of America   


    9. Blood Mountain
    by Reprise / Wea
    Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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    Asin: B000H5U65C
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    You could have passed it off as a fluke. Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars They Have Reached The Top
    Mastodon may very well have become the pinnacle of all modern metal with their newest album "Blood Mountain." Now of course Mastodon has been ahead of the game quite some time. 2003's "Remission" was a crushing frenzy that showed the band's technical and innovative approach to song writing, while still hinting at greater things to come. And with 2004's "Leviathan," greater things did come. Not only was it a bold move made in the act of creating a concept record about Moby Dick, but Mastodon further expanded their technique, adding atmospheric and melodic elements to their sound in favor of creating something completely original and different from what they had done before. So how would they follow with their much anticipated third full length album "Blood Mountain?" As if they weren't already masterminds, this record further solidifies Mastodon as the premier innovators in today's metal world. From start to finish "Blood Mountain" is nothing short of a masterpiece, and if this is the kind of evolution and song writing we can expect Mastodon to expand upon in the future, I can only ask myself, "Where and what is next?"
    5-0 out of 5 stars Mountainously brilliant
    Mastodon's first album, Remission, was a gigantic shock to the system of modern heavy metal, combining ferocious grooves, head-spinning technicality, and fearsomely creative songwriting for the sort of truly singular sound a precious few bands in any genre can truly lay claim to.The followup, Leviathan, a musical interpretation of Melville's Moby Dick, packed more than enough dramatic weight to suit its title and subject matter, and saw the band branching out into more melodic and accessible territory without abandoning the complexity and pummelling heaviness that formed the base for their appeal.Now comes album number three (and number one on a major label after defecting from Relapse), Blood Mountain, marked once again by increasingly adventurous progressions in both musical and lyrical content, with a near-total abandonment of verse/chorus song structures and an epic fantasy/adventure lyrical concept running throughout.And once again, the band's skills have kept pace with their ambition, as Blood Mountain is quite possibly the most innovative, fascinating, and downright brilliant metal album of this decade, worth every second of the numerous listens it takes to fully absorb the experience.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Not what I was expecting, but WOW!
    Someone who has listened to the other Mastodon albums: Leviathan, Remission, and Lifesblood over and over and over, like me, thinks they know what to expect from Mastodon. Catchy and steel-hard riffs, growling poetic vocals. And since they switched from Relapse to Reprise, gaining a much bigger production budget, you'd think the acoustics would sound different, maybe a little less fuzzy.
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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Death Metal/Black Metal    3. Grindcore    4. Heavy Metal    5. Pop    6. Post-Hardcore    7. Power Metal    8. Progressive Metal    9. Rock    10. Thrash   


    10. Show Your Bones
    by Interscope Records
    Audio CD (28 March, 2006)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Music Lives!!!!!
    They have turned my negativity about music as-of-late completely around. I could loop it 24/7 and only love it more.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Band in the Land - the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Saw the Yeah Yeah Yeahs at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California at this summer's Download Festival (next to Google's headquarters).Heard of them but never heard them before.Came to see the headliner, Beck.Was completely blown away by the YYY's.They definitely outshined everyone else on the bill.Beck's opening remarks about this year's festival being the best lineup of bands he had played with in some time and how he was honored to be playing alongside them was clearly aimed at the YYY's and specifically, Karen O, the lead singer of the YYY's.She absolutely rocked and the band was incredibly tight.Some have criticized the band for that polished quality on their latest album but pay no attention.I can't think of a more creative band at the moment.After the show read up on the band and saw a quote from Sonic Youth saying that singers like Karen comes along only once in a decade.Can't wait to see their next show.This is the best album I've heard since Odelay.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just good fun music
    This is a great album.It is perfect for doing chores at home, driving in the car or plugging away in the cubicle.I took a chance on this ablum because I enjoyed "pins" and "maps" from fever to tell and I am glad I did."Golden Lion", "Way Out" and "Cheated Hearts" are my favorites. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Drums    3. Garage Punk    4. Guitar (Acoustic)    5. Guitar (Electric)    6. Indie Rock    7. Keyboards    8. Percussion    9. Pop    10. Rock    11. Rock/Pop    12. United States of America    13. Vocals    14. Vocals (Background)   


    11. Get Born
    by Elektra / Wea
    Audio CD (07 October, 2003)
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    Asin: B0000AQVCL
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Sometimes having good, original ideas is the worst thing you can do in rock music. To paraphrase Jim Dickinson on the Beastie Boys, rock and roll Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars A Bunch Of Great Bands Mashed Together
    If took all the great bands in the classic rock world and mashed them up this is what you get. You name the band they sound like it. Now this may just be me but "Look What You've Done" sounds a lot like The Beatles "Hey Jude" if you ask me. They are a great band. My Favorite Song on this CD has to be "Get What You Need" I really like the guitar solo. Even though lyrically this band isn't very strong. They still feature instruments and thats a plus in my book. Most of everything in modern music is uninspired. Which is why I have such a hard time listening to today's music. But these guys do have my vote. I suggest this album to anyone who is thinking about buying it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome!!!
    When I first heard Jet I thought WOW!!!, That is awsome. They have a very unique sound like early 70's. Are You Gonna Be My Girl, Cold Hard Bitch and Rollover DJ are my favorite tracks on this CD. I can't wait for their other CD to come out. Good Job Jet!!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Derivative and needless waste of plastic
    Jet is competent, but they are simply reprising the work of so many others before them.They would be a very good group to encounter at some remote roadside biker bar -- the unexpected quality in dire surroundings would be a welcome surprise and compensate for the inevitable brawls and tawdriness.But a disc on a major label?
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    12. Coming Home
    by Geffen Records
    Audio CD (19 September, 2006)
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    Sales Rank: 656
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Listen - but stop this Punk foolishness
    A good buy - fast, catchy, easy, and very polished. But Punk? No. Closer to US Corporate Rock than anything else, but don't hold that against them.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Growing Pains?
    What people seem to dislike about this album is that it does not sound like the New Found Glory we all know and love, despite the band's repeatedly stating that it would be completely different. Whle they did that with Catalyst as well, it still retained the lightning-quick, high-pitched NFG sound yet showed signs of things to come.
    4-0 out of 5 stars NFG- New Sound
    I have been a New Found Glory fan forever.I absolutely love their music.After listening to the new CD I had mixed feelings about it. Overall, it is a great CD.They are one of the only bands that I feel hasn't really ever "sold out."They changed their sound a bit but just because it is different does not make it a bad CD.I really like most of the songs on the CD and I think that their music matured a little.I would definitely recommend this CD to anyone who listend to the pop-punk genre and New Found Glory fans.Just listen to it with an open mind before you judge it. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Emo    2. Pop    3. Punk-Pop    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop   


    13. Dusk and Summer
    by Vagrant Records
    Audio CD (27 June, 2006)
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    Asin: B000FMGTWG
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    It's all about the power chord and the sing-along chorus. With the exception of the stark title track, Christopher Carrabba's once-prominent acoustic strumming is now in short supply. Along with Scott Schoenbeck, John Lefler, and Mike Marsh, the Dashboard Confessional mastermind cranks it all up on his fourth full-length: the guitars, vocals, drums, the works. Consequently, some listeners have been tossing around the letter "U" and the numeral "2." It's a bit of a stretch, although the album Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Lifelong Fans will be a little dissapointed
    Let me start this review by saying that i have been a hardcore dashboard fan for over 6 years back when it was just Chris and his guitar. I have always loved dashboard, and even when A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar came out i was still very impressed. This album however fell short of the normal Dashboard glory.
    5-0 out of 5 stars <3
    I waited all summer for this cd and it was worth it. This, alongside the soon to be released Sam's Town, will probably be my favourite albums this year. The only song I initially disliked was Slow Decay, but I looked at the lyrics and now I love it. It just sort of scared me at first, because it is so different than any other DC song.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Great CD - Great lyrics - Great music
    No outrageous rock and roll here. All the tracks have a nice tune to all of them.
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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Emo    3. Indie Rock    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. Singer/Songwriter    8. United States of America   


    14. Blood Mountain
    by Reprise / Wea
    Audio CD (12 September, 2006)
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    Asin: B000GPI2EK
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    You could have passed it off as a fluke. Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Now Officially the Best Metal Band in America
    Mastodon's last album was an epic tale of man against whale. Leviathan was the story of Moby Dick told through heavy metal. Now they've returned with Blood Mountain, another epic tale, although this time nothing quite so literary. Lyrically, this is the story of a man's quest to get to the top of the mountain of the title. Along the way he encounters all sorts of creatures, such as a cysquatch (a one-eyed sasquatch), the birchmen, and the hunters of the sky (dragons). In the end, our hero ascends close to the peak, but does he accomplish his goal? It's tough to say, as the final song on the album, "Pendulous Skin," is an instrumental.
    4-0 out of 5 stars My perspective...here it goes.
    I am just going to lay it out flat..Leviathan was a HUGE success for Mastodon, one of the best metal albums I've heard in a very very long time, so it's hard for me not to compare Blood Mountain to that, but in order to get a real understanding of this album, that is the wrong thing to do! Before listening to Blood Mountain, clear your mind and ideas on what you think your going to expect, because this baby is a whole other cake. Honestly I don't think it lives up to Leviathan, that's a tough one to beat. BUT this album is totally different, when listening to this one I think wow, what were they smoking when they wrote this because man it is OUT THERE! How in the heck do they come up with this stuff.
    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the New Classics!!!
    I had heard a lot of hype about these guys; everything from "they are the saviors of metal" to "the best metal album of the decade", but their previous work never clicked with me. Not that they were necessarily bad, or anything, I just didn't really see what all of the fuss was about. Then comes "Blood Mountain". Basically, this is a band that you really have to let sink in and pay attention to what they are doing, and when it hits you, well.....it's awesome!!! One thing these guys do so well is manage to combine seemingly disparate styles and influences into a seamless whole that plays like old-school stoner rock (Nebula, Queens of the Stone Age)fused with elements of other diverse genres. During the album, you are subjected to many musical touchstones...album opener "The Wolf is Loose" sounds like vintage Clutch. The spacey and somnambulent "Sleeping Giant" is reminiscent of Pink Floyd meets Alice in Chains. "Cappillarian Crest" recalls Rush and King Crimson,along with progressive elements of some of the more modern prog-rock bands. They are also prone to experimentation, such as the bizarre-sounding, uber-distorted vocals on "Circle of the Cysquatch" and the endlessly creative guitar effects on the album. Combined with the grinding, heavy and at times quite technical and acrobatic guitar, this album is just a thick, dense slab of meat. Flyin' the devil horns, baby!!! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Death Metal/Black Metal    3. Grindcore    4. Heavy Metal    5. Pop    6. Post-Hardcore    7. Power Metal    8. Progressive Metal    9. Rock    10. Thrash   


    15. London Calling
    Audio CD (25 January, 2000)
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    Asin: B00004BZ0N
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Bursting at the seams with creative energy, the Clash's stunning 1979 double album more than made up for the artistic and commercial disappointment of its predecessor, 1978's tried-too-hard Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest albums of all time
    This is one of the best ever, of any genre.If you like punk rock, you have to have this.I'm really at a loss when trying to explain the album - there simply are no words.Even the picture on the cover is perfect.Even the colors are perfect.There may be other albums that I like as much, but none that I like better.
    3-0 out of 5 stars .....I Don't Get It
    Actually 3 1/2 stars .The Clash' third album London Calling is possibly the most overated album of all time . I understand if you're into punk you want a claim in rock and roll history , but most of the songs on this album are hardly punk . The bulk of the album is reggae or reggae influenced . The title song is great , Brand New Cadillac ( a cover of a Vince Taylor song ) is great too . Ditto for Lost In A Supermarket , a song that sounds like something from Genesis' Duke period . Spanish Bombs , Hateful and Clampdown are good too . There are 18 tracks on this album .What are the other standout songs ? I don't hear 'em . I would think that " one of the great albums of all time "would be solid from top to bottom . The bulk of this album is mediocre pop/ reggae songs . Where's the edge ? I don't hear it . This is one of those albums like Exile On Main Street that's cool too like ... possibly because the criticssay so ?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Completely Deserves To Be As Popular As It Is
    What a revolutionary album this was, released in 1979. I just love listening to the Clash's "London Calling" Album. It is a fun and entertaining, yet thoughtful masterpiece of 20th-century rock music. The lyrics are often very political. It gets a lot of hype, and I think it deserves all that attention. It truly is a great album! "London Calling" (album) contains a diverse range of musical influences, so it will fit in in almost any music collection. ... Read more

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    16. Sublime
    Audio CD (30 July, 1996)
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    For all his tattoos and bulked-up frat-boy persona, singer Bradley Nowell had real soul, which made his fatal heroin overdose even more tragic. There's more to this Long Beach, California, trio's debut, released shortly after Nowell's death in 1996, than white suburban punks imitating Jamaican ska music. The band comes up with great songs, notably the catchy MTV hit "What I Got"; spooky dub-reggae undertones, produced by the Butthole Surfers' Paul Leary, to go with the snappy horns; and surprisingly progressive lyrics that attack sexism and other social ills, especially on "Wrong Way." Like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Fishbone, obvious forebears, Sublime become slightly tiresome after 17 songs, but the band is great in short doses. Read more

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    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Punk Revival    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop    6. Ska-Punk    7. Third Wave Ska Revival   


    17. The Best of Talking Heads
    by Rhino / Wea
    Audio CD (17 August, 2004)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional best-of set
    Of course you know all these songs, and of course there are many more great cuts deeper on the original albums, but for a single-disc review of a band with over 10 years' worth of releases, this 18-track set is hard to beat.The group went through several striking stylistic changes over its lifetime, but that variation actually helps this disc hold together as an album as well as a set of songs.
    5-0 out of 5 stars A nice compilation of The Talking Heads
    I've always liked The Talking Heads, they always had catchy songs that were fun to listen to. I must admit, my favorite of theirs has always been "Burning Down The House", but there are so many good songs on here, as well. The Talking Heads were one of the best bands of the 80's, that's when they had their best work. The 70's were ok, too, but their 80's work really shined. I'm quite happy with this.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Articulate Collection
    Oddly, a compilation by Talking Heads should come out uneven and disjointed, but this collection is marvelously done.The songs meld well together and provide a sampler that wouldn't prevent anyone from buying their excellent original albums.('Talking Heads '77,' 'Remain in Light,' and 'Speaking in Tongues' are their crowning achievements artistically, but 'Fear of Music,' 'More Songs About Buildings and Food,' and 'True Stories' demonstrate that they had a great repertoire. (Unlike, 'Sand in the Vaseline,' which is also excellent, but perhaps takes too many gems and doesn't align them as well.)
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    18. Casting Crowns
    by Reunion
    Audio CD (07 October, 2003)
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    Sales Rank: 1179
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD
    This CD is a must have!I play it over and over and never get tired of it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wide Appeal & Worth Having
    Casting Crowns got it right.I love this CD and so does my youth group.My favorite song on there is "If We are the Body" because it speaks the truth about the church.This song hits home and asks questions along the lines of - "Why does the church judge people seeking help rather than reach out to them?"
    3-0 out of 5 stars Great Lyrics
    but it was too heavy overall. Could have gone for a lighter sound -- less rock influences... ... Read more

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    19. Elephant
    Audio CD (01 April, 2003)
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    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Jokingly referred to as the White Stripes' British album, Read more

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    3-0 out of 5 stars the white stripes?...or nirvana?
    I like this album, and there's not really much I can say that other reviewers haven't already said, but I give it only three stars because of something a quite disgruntled reviewer said that I took to heart...
    5-0 out of 5 stars Stripe me, baby!
    I love this duo! Though this is the only White Stripes CD I own so far, I am a confirmed fan of Jack and Meg White. I am in my forties and have eclectic taste in music but tend to love rock best. I own and enjoy Audioslave, Alice in Chains, the Beatles, the Police, the Foo Fighters, Bonnie Raitt, No Doubt and even some French music among many other artists and genres. The White Stripes give me everything that I love about all of my favorite music: great lyrics, a compelling beat, hypnotic guitar and a truly unique voice. One of my favorite aspects of the music on the Elephant CD is the bluesy undertone to the music, expecially on Ball And Biscuit, which may be my favorite cut. Jack's voice is a physical, seductive sensation on this one. He seems to really unleash that voice and it is powerful! Black Math is another of my favorites because of the tempo changes. I have to stop whatever I'm doing during this song and let it carry me along. Jack's voice changes with the tempo also. Brilliant! Seven Nation Army is probably the most commercially successful song on the CD and it is still as fabulous as ever but there is so much more to love. All of the songs are very good. I highly recommend Elephant.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Don't belive the hype - belive the record
    In all my days of album picking, I've never approached an album with more caution than this one. Before I picked it up, I read; read everything from the praise that "Seven Nation Army" has gotten from critics across the music spectrum, to the wonderfully glorious acceptance speeches fans of the garage rock genre gave to the fourteen track monster. You can see how poised I was to listen to the blasted thing.
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    Subjects:  1. Blues-Rock    2. Garage Rock Revival    3. Indie Rock    4. Pop    5. Punk    6. Punk Blues    7. Rock   


    20. From Under the Cork Tree
    by Island
    Audio CD (03 May, 2005)
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    Asin: B000929AU0
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    The cleverness of Fall Out Boy's lyrical content is immediately evident by looking at the song titles on their sophomore disc, Read more

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    3-0 out of 5 stars POWER POP ROCK
    Firstly the new generation have a different understanding on the 'punk' vibe. Punk was more hard and aggressive than what is being pumped out today, take a listen to The Sex Pistols and Black Flag and this should give you a flavour of what punk is/was....
    5-0 out of 5 stars Just funning...
    Fall Out Boy "From Under the Cork Tree" is pure fun for me. I'm in my early 20's, probably over the intended demographic, but I love this band and their music. It's just fun stuff to dance around to or sing along in the car. I think the band had a lot of fun making the album, and I have fun listening to it. Okay, occasionally, some of their stuff is heavy-handed (to say the least), but I believe they meant it ironically, and even if they don't, I sing it that way.
    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor
    Ok, first things first, FALL OUT BOY IS NOT PUNK! Fall out boy is emo. Not punk. Punk Is black flag, agent orange...but NOT fall out boy! Their songs are bad, mostly about how their girlfriends wont sleep with them and they can not play their instroments at all. Listen to the bassist!
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    Subjects:  1. Emo    2. Hardcore Punk    3. Pop    4. Punk-Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. United States of America   


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