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Tegan and Sara: Sainthood (Album Review)

Photo by Pamela Littky, courtesy of the label.I am, by no means, a rock music aficionado. And by "rock," I mean anything primarily driven by the sound of a guitar. As a friend of mine joked, let's face it:...
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Tiesto: Kaleidoscope (Album Review)

Arguably one of the world's greatest trance DJs, Dutch producer Tiesto has continued to redefine the boundaries of trance music with his signature emotive style and arena-ready sound for over fifteen...
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Imogen Heap: Ellipse (Album Review)

In 2005, Imogen Heap released the widely acclaimed Speak For Yourself, an album that dared to combine the catchiest of melodies with intricately crafted, self-produced electronica, challenging the very...
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David Guetta: One Love (Album Review)

...and that's pretty much how this album pans out. To summarize: Even if I've vetted them relentlessly for months now on MuuMuse, it bears repeating: "When Love Takes Over" and "Sexy Bitch" reign...
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Amanda Blank: I Love You (Album Review)

Until this summer, Philadelphia-bred mistress of ceremonies Amanda Blank could be found both everywhere and nowhere; a fixture found in the liner notes and "featuring" sections on collaboration tracks from...
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Frankmusik: Complete Me (Album Review)

Because I'm far too busy to write a proper review, but perhaps even more because he kept us waiting for far longer than any artist should, I'm express-reviewing Frankmusik's debut, Complete Me.Artist: Vincent...
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Kleerup: Kleerup (Album Review)

Much as with Robyn--one of many featured collaborators on his debut--Kleerup has spent the past year or two toting his record around international waters. In May of 2008, Kleerup was released in Sweden. One...
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Jordin Sparks: Battlefield (Album Review)

I wasn't going to do this, but coupled with the fact that I'm currently bed-stricken with on-again, off-again vision blur due to an on-again, off-again migraine, I thought what a better way to thoroughly piss...
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Florence And The Machine: Lungs (Album Review)

"Happiness hit her like a train on a track, coming towards her stuck still no turning back," Florence Welch whispers above the lulling ukulele of "Dog Days Are Over," the opening track off of her first...