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81. Hot Fuss
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82. X&Y
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83. Wish You Were Here
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84. Colorblind
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85. Post-War
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86. Touring the Angel: Live in Milan
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87. Thanks For The Memory...The Great
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88. Nothing Left to Lose
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89. It Had to Be You... The Great
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90. Leave the Light On
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91. Surprise
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92. Live to Win
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93. Stand Still, Look Pretty
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94. Big Iron World
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95. Orphans
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96. Begin to Hope
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97. Living With War
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98. TBD
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99. A Piano: The Collection
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100. Revolver [UK]

81. Hot Fuss
by Island
Audio CD (15 June, 2004)
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Asin: B0002858YS
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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The Killers match postpunk guitars with a synthesizer overlay that recalls '80s New Wave without burying their sound in nostalgia. On their debut, Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Much overrated
When I first bought this cd I really liked it, but unlike most other cd's it sounded worse with time. After 2-3 months it was just sitting in my drawer and I found myself skipping stations on the radio when they played the Killers. After seeing them live at the Virgin Festival this weekend I know they are totally phony, not only is their cd bland but they are the worst live band ever. Do yourself a favor save your money on this one.

3-0 out of 5 stars A New Rock
I loved the style of The Killers ever since I was first introduced to their hit song "Somebody Told Me." The vibe that the group gave off, uniquely combine rock with a techno-ish feel to it, so not only could you rock out to it and bang your head but you could also put it on at a dance party and get down to it.
5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
Hot Fuss is amazing. Every track on the cd is worth listening to. It is filled with catchy songs that will most likely get stuck in your head and stay there for a good long time.
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Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Bass    3. Drums    4. Guitar (Electric)    5. Indie Rock    6. Pop    7. Rock    8. Rock/Pop    9. Synthesizer    10. Vocals   


82. X&Y
by Capitol
Audio CD (07 June, 2005)
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Asin: B0006L16N8
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Things have gone ridiculously well for Coldplay since 2002's Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Incredible.
Wow! Just when you're wondering if Coldplay can keep it up or have blown all their cookies producing Parachutes and A Rush of Blood..., boy, do they kick you in the pants to put you straight. This is more complex, more dynamic, simply more dazzling than anything they've produced so far (well, except for The Scientist. Doubt if they'll ever top that!). Too cool by far. If you loved their other stuff, boy, are you going to writhe in ecstacy over this. Best tracks? I could say all of them, but if I have to narrow it down- What if?, Swallowed in the Sea, 'Til Kingdom Come. Buy this!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great One from Cold Play
Songwriting and music equals that of A Rush of Blood to the Head. Possibly a more mature sound.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, absolutely beautiful
I would have written a review for this album sooner, but I was too busy listening.It will be hard to top this record.Every song is absolutely amazing.I haven't heard a record with this much mood since Pink Floyd's "dark side of the moon", I truely believe this record will hold its place with phenomenal albums such as the above mentioned.FIX YOU, has a special place in my heart and will until the day I die.
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Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Britpop    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


83. Wish You Were Here
by Capitol
Audio CD (25 April, 2000)
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Asin: B000024D4S
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars As Good as it Gets
Clearly one of the greatest albums you could select for turning the lights off, cranking up the stereo, and enjoying the mood. Pink Floyd was so good in the Animals/Dark Side/Wish You Were Here/Wall albums, it's hard to pick the best among them. Depends on the mood.
1-0 out of 5 stars I finally confronted my nightmare
I found one of the most depressing albums of all time, and it was under my nose. There's only one real saving grace off this album, and that was "Shine On You Crazy Diamond(Part One)" It was a rather dark, stark, and yet beautiful piece, but I can't say that for the second part of the song which you have to endure through 3 horrible songs just to get to. "Welcome To The Machine" is boring as well as depressing it seems like it's never ending like "Tuesday Afternoon" "Have A Cigar" is also long-winded, and depressing, "Wish You Were Here" it's not the greatest, but it's also not that bad either. I also realized that there was some conflict going on with the group, and Capitol Records after "Dark Side Of The Moon" wound up being so successful, and made the group move over to Columbia Records, and a perchance meeting with former frontman Syd Barrett during the recording of this album was also noted. He was only 29 when he saw them again, and it looked like he aged 35 years by then. Which is the same spirit I got when I heard this album all the way through on December 18, 1993. It was a boring Saturday night in Florida, and I had nothing to do with myself except to put my brother's Floyd cd collection onto cassette tapes. I don't wish to be there again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still to this day my favorite David Gilmour/Roger Waters-era Pink Floyd record. And that's saying an awful lot....
This coming from a guy who also cites 'Meddle','Dark Side Of The Moon' and 'The Wall' as his other three all-time D.G./R.W -era Pink Floyd albums. That and the live disc on 'Ummagumma'..
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Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. England    3. Pop    4. Prog-Rock/Art Rock    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


84. Colorblind
by Warner Bros / Wea
Audio CD (10 October, 2006)
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Subjects:  1. Blues-Rock    2. Boogie Rock    3. Jam Bands    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


85. Post-War
by Merge Records
Audio CD (29 August, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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An enviable multitasker, M. Ward deftly charts the varied dusty soundscapes of Americana. Since 2005, he's toured with the White Stripes, coproduced the debut from Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis, compiled a John Fahey tribute, and relocated from Oregon to New Hampshire--and that's just to start. Somehow, he found time to knock out Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A triumph - and one of the best of 2006
I happened to catch M. Ward in a live performance on "Letterman," and rushed out the very next day to buy the CD. I think the tune he performed was "Chinese Translation," which is among the many standouts on this excellent disc. I would rank this as the second-best release of the year so far - right beneath Neko Case's "Fox Confessor Brings the Flood" (and it's no surprise that Ms. Case herself makes a cameo appearance here - talent tends to attract talent). Trying to place this disc into a genre is a bit difficult, but I sort of like the "lo-fi indie folk" term used by another reviewer. But this is not coffee-house snooze music by any stretch of the imagination. On tunes like "Magic Trick" you can hear echoes of the loose, raucous sound that used to be the trademark of King Bruce and the E Street-ers themselves. Genre almost doesn't matter, though, with music this good. Buy it, slip it into your car stereo and take a long drive - preferably out in the country. I guarantee you'll keep it in your car player for weeks, if not months.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful album -- a Voice from the roots of Americana music
I just saw M. Ward last night in San Diego -- what a show!Every song was beautifully rendered, particularly the great songs from Post-War (the newest album).This album is rootsy -- reaching back into the best of the Blues, early jazz, country, folk -- and yet also modern in the sense of being "lo-fi" and "alt-rock" yet not so self-conscious as other practitioners of those "genres" of music.Buy this album and enjoy the mostly mellow, well-thought out tones and lyrics.And see him live with his talented backing band if you ever get the chance!

5-0 out of 5 stars Right in the Head
I am so glad that 4AD signed M Ward because I would have not discovered this cd. I consider this disc as one of the best of 2006. My favorite tracks are: Poison Cup, To Go Home, Right in the Head and of course, Chinese Translation. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Indie Rock    3. Pop    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop    6. Singer/Songwriter   


86. Touring the Angel: Live in Milan
by Reprise / Wea
Audio CD (26 September, 2006)
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Asin: B000HKDEIS
Sales Rank: 422
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Y UN DIA VOLVIERON
Para todos los fans de DPM, estos 2 DVDs y un CD son simplemente extraordinarios.
2-0 out of 5 stars hold the camera still
cinematography is crap..too many cheap effects...jump cuts, makes for a rough viewing especially compared to devotional or one night in paris..also the sound is flat...does not seem to be very inspired...

5-0 out of 5 stars The best DM live dvd by far
This is by far the most enjoyable dvd by DM. Yes i am sure that Devotional DVD and Exciter DVD were great but in terms of denstiy and powerful, it seems that this dvd is better, Anton is great for making music video but i don't think he is good for live performance as the camera angels in Devotional DVD and Exciter DVD looked plain and focus too much on the screens and stage (which he designed).Yes, i agreed with other reviewers that there're a bit too much of effect on this
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Subjects:  1. Alternative Dance    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. England    4. Pop    5. Pop/Rock    6. Rock    7. Rock/Pop    8. Synth Pop   


87. Thanks For The Memory...The Great American Songbook IV
by J-Records
Audio CD (18 October, 2005)
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Asin: B000B7HZXM
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Accuse Rod Stewart of what you like--through the years he's been calleda philanderer, a has-been, a pageant-ish progenitor of puff rock--butas he has consistently proved with his Great American Songbook series, the concept of dignity is not lost on him. There is a time,after all, for leaping across stages in leopard-print spandex whileshamelessly parading an unparalleled gift for scratchy-voicedseduction, and he is past it. Past his prime is another thing. On thisfourth installation of the Clive Davis-produced series, Stewart againmakes excellent use of his rolodex: Diana Ross, whose affection for this material comesthrough as convincingly as her spike-haired partner's, cuddles up foropener "I've Got a Crush On You," Chaka Khan packs her bags but not her mighty vocalsfor "You Send Me," andSir Elton shelves the recent balladeer's instinctsfor a rip-roaring run through "Makin' Whoopee." A handful of marqueeinstrumentalists also returned Rod's calls-- Dave Koz blows sax on "Nevertheless," and trumpetersChris Botti andRoy Hargrove turn up the heat on "I Wish You Love"and "My One and Only Love" respectively. As on earlier discs, though,it's when Rod rules the spotlight alone that he can be most compelling:Cue up "My Funny Valentine" in the right frame of mind and you maynever need to hear it sung by another. Retiring the satin shirts infavor of this material was the smartest move Stewart ever made. Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Please call Woody, he needs your help
This CD should come with a warning label: not fit for mature / discreet listening audiences. Listening to this bloody dreadful CD could be hazardous to your ears.
1-0 out of 5 stars Little Rod Rooster....Is That Singing?
Has America gone completely mad? A previous reviewer states: "Rod has outdone himself on this one." Huh? Did she really mean that as a compliment? I've come to the conclusion that nobody under sixty years of age in this screwed-up contemporary society, in which mediocrity reigns, has any idea what a great pop vocalist sounds like. The songs included on this travesty of a cd are standards, classics of jazz-pop. Listening to Stewart mangle them with his phlegm-saturated gargling must have Mildred Bailey, Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, Bobby Darin, Frank Sinatra, etc., turning over in their graves. Stick with the few remaining major leaguers like Tony Bennett and Vic Damone---even in their eighties they sound lightyears better than this sandpaper-voiced human vegetable. Or check out the newer generation of pop-jazz crooners like Michael Buble, Harry Connick, and Peter Cincotti. They are infinitely better singers than this guy. My God! I can't believe that some people truly think this guy has talent! What's next---- Joe Cocker sings Caruso?

1-0 out of 5 stars Thanks for retiring...
"Mother, you won't recognize me now... don't be embarrassed by your ugly worn-out son."
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Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. England    3. Pop    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop    6. Traditional Pop   


88. Nothing Left to Lose
Audio CD (18 April, 2006)
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Asin: B000EQ47LS
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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In an industry dogged too much by cookie-cutter artists, Mat Kearney is a real breath of fresh air. Let's be honest: What music exec would ever suggest that a blending of John Mayer-like subtle pop, Toby Mac-like rap, and Chris Martin-esque vocals could be rolled together for a winning combination? Stylistically, that's what we get with Kearney's outstanding major-label debut Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Good!
I saw Mat Kearney when he opened for Jason Mraz in Boise, and thought he was talented and enjoyable to listen to. After the show I wondered over to the merch table and they had two more copies of his CD there and I decided to buy one. When I was leaving the show I actually walked right by Mat but decided not to bother him.
3-0 out of 5 stars Like the singing but I could do without the rapping
As others have pointed out Mat Kearney's voice is very similar to Chris Martin which personally I found appealling. I previewed several of his tracks and was very pleased with what I heard. However on a much closer listen I found the rapping that was interspersed throughout several of the tracks to be extremely distracting. One minute great vocals, great melody and then suddenly here comes the rap which for some reason reminds me of another artist Trik Turner. On some tracks this was fine as going into it the rap started immediately so you knew what was ahead but in others it came out of nowhere. If you plan on purchasing this album I'd suggest borrowing a friend's copy, library, etc first to make sure this is something enjoy. I mainly recommend this because I've seen that the single 'Nothing Left to Lose' is receiving airplay on VH1 and other areas and could give you a false impression of what the overall album sounds like.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bullet, Revised
I first saw Mat Kearney in concert opening for Shane & Shane about 2 1/2 years ago.I'm a huge Shane & Shane fan but I have to say I was so blown away by Mat that he totally stood them up!He truly is a beath of fresh air plus the fact that he sounds like Coldplay is definitely cool.I picked up "Nothing Left to Lose" today and was rather disappointed though - perhaps this is my fault though.I thought this "new album" was all new songs but it wasn't - half of them are from "Bullet."I should have read it in the store but I was so excited that he had a new album, I just picked it up and bought it.It was worth it though.Just felt like someone should warn others... it's not totally new.I still think Mat is GREAT though... I am sure next time the new album will be all new.My guess is that this new one was by a new record label and marketed to a different crowd... perhaps some of his prior hits 'Bullet,' 'Undeniable' and 'In the Middle' just had to be shared with these new fans too!I saw him on "Good Morning America" weeks ago too... so kudos to Mat! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Rock    4. Rock/Pop    5. Singer/Songwriter   


89. It Had to Be You... The Great American Songbook
by J-Records
Audio CD (22 October, 2002)
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Asin: B00006JL4J
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Rod Stewart's mellowing years have neatly coincided with a commitment to smart ballad choices and a generally warmer musical persona. Rod the Mod liberated at last? Like many a pop singer, Stewart returns here to what's become generally known as the Great American Songbook, that evergreen body of mid-20th century songcraft that continues to inspire singers across oceans and generations. It's said that Stewart has been vocalizing many of these songs in private for years, and given the warm, human scale of most of the performances here, it's not hard to believe. Producer Phil Ramone's spare, unobtrusive arrangements inspire the singer to some of his most subtle and rewarding performances in years. Stewart's slightly weary vocal tack handsomely suggests the smoke, booze, and aching heart that lie at the best of these songs. Such back-to-the-future efforts can often sound like a last career gasp; here, they seem a refreshing breath of fresh air. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars It Had to be You
Great music, and a great interpretation.A must for the more senior music lovers.

3-0 out of 5 stars So so.
I'm one of the few in the middle on this CD.
5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable
First off to avoid any conflict of interest claims I admit that I an a huge Rod Stewart fan. That being said, I just wasn't interested in hearing him do the old American classics(which I also love). I just didn't see how he could do them justice, that is, until I saw his DVD "Live from Royal Albert Hall" in which he did several of the songs from his first "Great American Songbook". I was just blown away. These songs were now his. I went to the computer to order one of the CDs but my wife talked me into getting all three and I am surely not sorry. I believe that there are very few CDs available with no weak tracks(there are some) but here are three that just don't have a weak track(IMHO). He has made all of these great songs his. My all time favorite song is "Stardust" by Hoagy Carmichael. I had never heard a version that I thought could top his, until now. If you love the old standards you should really give these 3 CDs a listen. They'll melt your heart!!!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock    3. Rock/Pop   


90. Leave the Light On
by Signature Records
Audio CD (19 September, 2006)
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This album's title cut finds the veteran folk-blues troubadour, now in his early 60s, pondering the possibility of living to be 100, thus setting the thematic tone for an uncommonly reflective, meditative set. The ragtime Zen of "Open Up," the philosophical "Seems So Real," and the rock-bottom despair in his cover of Peter Case's "Cold Trail Blues" all suggest that the virtuosic fingerpicker and evocatively smoky vocalist has reached a point in his life where he's pondering the biggest issues of mortality, a perspective that informs the complex relationship in "Father's Day."Not all of the material is that introspective, as the uptempo, electric rock of "Diplomacy" is as sardonic as Randy Newman, while "Origin of the Species" encapsulates Adam and Eve, Charles Darwin, and intelligent design. Smither also pays homage to two seminal influences, transforming Bob Dylan's "Visions of Johanna" into an acoustic, accordion-laced waltz and reviving Lightnin' Hopkins's version of the traditional "Blues in the Bottle." Ollabelle provide harmonies on two cuts, with mandolinist Tim O' Brien also offering instrumental and vocal support. Read more

Subjects:  1. Blues    2. Contemporary Folk    3. Folk & Traditional    4. Folk-Blues    5. Modern Acoustic Blues    6. Pop   


91. Surprise
by Warner Bros / Wea
Audio CD (09 May, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Since severing his epochal partnership with Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon's solo career been characterized by restless reinvention. But while it's easy to see such disparate, cross-cultural collaborations as Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Not doing what he does best
"Suprise" is a good album, and while several people seemed to be disappointed with "You're the One" and our "suprisingly" happy with this one, I just the opposite.I have loved every one of Simon's albums until this one.I appreciate the fact that he has stepped out of his comfort zone, but the zone he moved into doesn't seem to fit his style.
4-0 out of 5 stars the holy man only breaks bread
Which of these was more befuddling:the fact that Paul Simon and Brian Eno -- two musicians as legendary and as monstrously talented as you'll ever run across -- conjoined to rail against metrosexuality, or the fact that said union yielded summer's most surprisingly poignant (and to boot, most boldly mature) four minutes of music?"Outrageous" is quintessential late-career Simon (other words, the lyrics are almost too cutesy to tolerate, something that began twenty years ago with "You Can Call Me Al" (his last major radio hit, incidentally) and has only gotten more severe with each successive release), but Eno quite obviously kept the reins pulled very tight.The result was blissfully unnerving, the kind of song you need to listen to four or five times to fully grasp (and with headphones each time, lest a thousand or more of Eno's inlaid electronic blips and textural rudiments go hurtling straight past you), the kind of song that sets up its protagonist by mocking him for doing nine hundred situps a day and painting his hair "the color of mud" but then flips it around, allowing sarcasm to melt into empathy by asking, "Who's gonna love you when your looks are gone?"And for a writer who almost had us convinced that his best material was over three decades behind him ("ain't no fool / for love songs / that whisper / in my ears / still crazy / after all these years," anyone?), this was about as stupendous as comebacks get.

4-0 out of 5 stars the lyrics are amazing
The music is chill as normal, and the lyrics are inspiring and poetic.
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Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Pop/Rock    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop    6. Singer/Songwriter   


92. Live to Win
by New Door Records
Audio CD (24 October, 2006)
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It's taken a mere 28 years, but Kiss frontman Paul Stanley has finally followed up the, er, promise of his part of the band's 1978 quartet of post-Read more

Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock    3. Rock/Pop   


93. Stand Still, Look Pretty
by Maverick
Audio CD (23 May, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Wreckers are Grammy-winning songstress Michelle Branch and friend/journeywoman Nashville singer-songwriter Jessica Harp, a team whose solid craftsmanship and soaring, airtight harmonies often lift their hook-smart contemporary country stylings above what's too often mere fizzy, pop-crossover formula. They may have entered the public consciousness via the wide exposure of "Good Kind" on the primetime soap opera Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fun Music
This is a great country/pop blend of music.It's 1 of my favorite cd's ever since I bought it.I love their vocal blends.

5-0 out of 5 stars Michelle Branch goes Country
I am a longtime fan of Michelle Branch and of both her previous albums--Spirit Room and Hotel Paper.When I heard she had joined up with another female singer and started a duo, I was interested, though somewhat dismayed by the delay of their album release.When I finally learned that it came out, I balked to learn that it was classified as Country.After all, I am not a Country fan, and greatly preferred the somewhat pop/rock turning towards alternative feel of Branch's first two CDs.But after listening to samples of songs on Amazon and iTunes, I decided to give the CD a shot anyway--Michelle Branch, to this day, remains the only singer I have enough confidence in my enjoying her music that I would buy one of her albums entirely on blind faith.
5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty and Talented
It seems like just yesterday that Michelle Branch delivered to us a little bit of this and a little bit of that with Santana.Now, a few hits and a few years later we find her turning her back on the modern/alternative rock radio stations that were rumored to be a thorn in her side.Michelle teams up with Jessica Harp to deliver an Alt-Country cd that, at times, sounds like Sheryl Crow meets the Dixie Chicks. I've been hearing the first single Leave The Pieces streaming out of sound systems in just about every type of retail setting possible.I'd say that "pretty" little Michelle & Jessica will be making a "wreck" out of the charts for quite some time.The bottom line: mirror & ear friendly cd. ;) ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Country-Rock    3. Contemporary Country    4. Country    5. Country-Pop    6. Pop    7. Rock    8. Singer/Songwriter   


94. Big Iron World
by Nettwerk Records
Audio CD (29 August, 2006)
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Asin: B000FNO1DE
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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A concept album about gigantic household appliances taking over the world? No such luck. As the images of Hank Williams, Bob Dylan and Sun-era Elvis floating in the background might indicate, this Nashville band is strictly old school, singing about unemployed riverboat workers, covering Woody Guthrie and plucking banjos like there was no tomorrow. Produced by David Rawlings, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Record
Having already bough and loved the last OCMS record I was expecting to love this and was not disappointed.While this is bluegrass, old timey music it is also inexplicably modern.Loving bluegrass will no doubt help you love this album, but I also think it is good for anyone who like good lyrics and strong, different instrumental.If you usually like rock or even punk you'd probably like this album.A great album to add to your music collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best album yet...
"Eutaw" was a good album, but poor sound quality. It did not allow you to fully experience the greatness of Old Crow.
5-0 out of 5 stars Bringing Back The Dead !!!
As I listened to this CD today for the first time it brought back memories of one of the BEST all time bands, The Grateful Dead. The CD reminds one of Jerry Garcia and Company ! Even the song titles of Cocaine Habit, Minglewood Blues, New Virginia Creper, and Don't Ride That Horse are so Dead Like. The opener, Down Home Girl starts the listener on the road that one does not want to end. OCMS you have one of the finest CDs out there. I am sure I will play it over and over and can't wait till your next release !!! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Contemporary Folk    2. Neo-Traditional Folk    3. Pop    4. Progressive Bluegrass    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. String Bands   


95. Orphans
Audio CD (21 November, 2006)
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Asin: B000ICLHIE
Sales Rank: 114
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Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock    3. Rock/Pop   


96. Begin to Hope
Audio CD (13 June, 2006)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The style known as "anti-folk," as realized by practitioners like Ani DiFranco and Billy Bragg, is derived from a punk aesthetic, and thus tends to be spare and confrontational. But while Regina Spektor's music is anti-folk in the way it subverts the traditional coffeehouse vibe, it's less interested in rebellion and more concerned with the joy of eccentricity, melody and surprise. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Clever, quirky, touching--- amazing
I think she is just brillant. I've seen her live once now-- and she just sets the room on fire with talents. I have loved her since the moment I fell upon Soviet Kitsch and I am addicted to "Begin To Hope". I simply can't listen to it enough. Amazing. Amazing. Amazing. I think I may have "Samson" on repeat for the next century or so.

4-0 out of 5 stars good second
I saw Regina Spektor play recently in Los Angeles. It was at the El Rey Theater. It was sold out. There was an excitement in the air, which you imagine there was for the Beatles. Regina Spektor has a lot of young female fans. Maybe it was some girls who saw her play a few years ago opening for the Strokes or Kings of Leon? Anyway I have seen her play a few times now, and the audiences are getting bigger and more enthusiastic. This is the sort of audience that you get for Bjork or Joanna Newsom. Everyone is quiet and on the edge of their seats. They hang on to every word. The first album was quirky and sort of fit in with the anti-folk thing. This record is a more planned out thing. It's a better-produced record. There are some really poppy songs like "Better." This sounds like a hit for anyone else. This record has more experience behind it, and Regina has grown up a little bit. She sounds really good. Not a weak moment on here. Even Nick Valensi of the Strokes appears on a song.

3-0 out of 5 stars I like it but i don't love it
Regina Spector is getting a lot of publicity these days. She is all the rage. She also is definitely not in the mainstream and this is an acquired taste.
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Subjects:  1. Anti-Folk    2. Pop    3. Rock    4. Rock/Pop    5. Singer/Songwriter   


97. Living With War
by Reprise / Wea
Audio CD (08 May, 2006)
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Asin: B000FI9OSG
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Even if you don't agree with Neil Young's politics, you can't help but be daunted by the intersection of his genius and ire on his second album in less than seven months. It is the very rare artist who is able to channel indignation and moral disgust in such a coherent and forceful way--without sacrificing any of the vivid imagery, passion, or the high level of musicality that we have come to expect from him over the past four decades. But that's not what elevates this album: it's his pure, naked, visceral reaction to the Bush administration's foreign policy, building on a canon of outrage that he began with 1970's "Ohio," penned in the wake of the Kent State student deaths. But here he goes one better, filling in the lines that he began to draw on 2003's Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars I kneel to Neil.
This is one Neil Young album that the majority of people will judge before they even hear it. Meaning, any anti-Bush, pro-USA, Neil fan will enjoy it. For the most part that's probably true. It is mostly track after track of ripping apart the Bush administration and war, yet also maintaining a sense of hope and love for the country. Lyrically that's what it is. Musically I find it's similar to his mid-90's album "Mirror Ball". It's rocking Neil for the most part, and appropriate for the topics. Not every song is a winner, but I really like the tracks "The Restless Consumer", "Let's Impeach The President", and "Lookin' For A Leader". Subtle? Not really, but I like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars No throwaway songs here
When I read that the album was hastily put together I expected it to be rough around the edges. Electic Neil always sounds that way to me anyway. Part of the charm. What I did't expect was how musical it would be nor the depth of the lyrics. Surely some of his best work. Pretty amazing for an aging hippie of 61. Makes you wonder how good he'll be when he's 81.

5-0 out of 5 stars manifiesto visceral de un artista comprometido con su tiempo
ah..el viejo neil.... se desgarra y nos desgarra con su predica disonante...ocupando el sitial que a su generacion ya no le corresponde, te escupe en la cara una realidad que nos lastima a todos....endulzadas con su eterna voz, las letras duelen.... no podes dejar de emocionarte cuando dice..."LISTENIN'TO BOB DYLAN SINGIN' IN 1963..WATCHING THE FLAGS OF FREEDOM FLYIN'.. tanto tiempo no ha cambiado nada...... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Folk-Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. Singer/Songwriter   


98. TBD
Audio CD (05 December, 2006)
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99. A Piano: The Collection
by Atlantic / Wea
Audio CD (26 September, 2006)
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Asin: B000GIWS5Q
Sales Rank: 408
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars (Almost) all things Tori you'd ever want
After years of whispers, promises and delays, finally here comes the Tori Amos box set, and what a delight it is for Tori fans.
3-0 out of 5 stars Great overview of Tori, but
it's overwhelming.I'm not going to summarize the set in general, because the other reviewers have already done so.I'm going to say that Tori has maybe three emotions she expresses through music:sadness, anger, and wistfulness.The result is a relentlessly downbeat CD collection.Even when the beat is more uptempo, the lyrics are depressing, so it's semi-cheerful as long as you don't know what the songs are about.
5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING BOX SET - now stop complaining about omissions!
This box set is sooooooooo great & well worth the wait.We get a glimpse of the struggle she must have went through picking the right grrrls at the time her albums were released.How daunting must have it been to choose between China and Flying Dutchman or Upside Down...between Datura and Zero Point...to add just one more song that was sooooooo good it deserved it's own single, let alone be left off the album entirely (Take To The Sky, Sugar)? Read more

Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Box Sets (Audio Only)    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop    7. Singer/Songwriter    8. United States of America   


100. Revolver [UK]
by Capitol
Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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Asin: B000002UAR
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Landmark
If all documentation of music was destroyed (99% of today's music should be anyways)this album would be the only blueprint needed for an ALBUM.

5-0 out of 5 stars Definitely the best
Even more than Pepper, I think this was the album that changed pop music forever. I was in the UK and a teen at the time, and I have to admit it took several listenings and a healthy dose of illegal srimulants to figure it out. Today the music is still revolutionary and I no longer need the stimulants (sniff) but it ranks as one of the best 5 albums of all time

3-0 out of 5 stars Whose Top 10?
I've no designs on being iconoclastic or a hater or anything like that, so before you read on, please understand that. I fully understand that Beatles fans can be a fanatically loyal bunch who back up their beliefs with scores of critical support from the "experts" who have annointed the Beatles as kings of rock and roll music and innovators of all sorts of styles, production values, and other musical milestones. One reviewer even had the audacity to say that this album was "unquestionably" one of the greatest works of art of the 20th century. Well, I certainly question it. Am I able to say that "Road to Ruin" by The Ramones is unquestionably one of the greatest works of art of the 20th century as well? Why not? It's all subjective no matter how much one wants to convey their expertise. This album is good but there are dozens I'd rather hear instead and that criterion alone is the sole one I use to rate albums. As with so much of the Beatles, a bit less of the excessive banner waving and veneration would be a nice change.
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Subjects:  1. British Invasion    2. British Psychedelia    3. Drums    4. England    5. Pop    6. Pop/Rock    7. Popular Music    8. Psychedelic    9. Rock    10. Rock & Roll    11. Rock/Pop   


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