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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...
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Can Someone Tell Moby He Can Stop Waiting Now?

Today is the official release of Moby's ninth studio album, Wait For Me. You can pick up a 12" or a physical CD at Moby's store.I don't know if I'll get around to 'properly' reviewing it, so just in case:It is...
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La Roux: La Roux (Album Review)

Emerging pop duo La Roux have been making waves in the UK for little over a year now, propelled by a torrent of grandiose predictions for pop music in 2009 and an imaginary feud pitting the duo against Ms....
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Little Boots: Hands (Album Review)

Anticipation can be a terrible thing.After the BBC, various 'zines, and blogs proclaimed rising space-pop starlet Little Boots as The One To Watch for 2009 way back in December (guilty as charged!), the hype...
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Miike Snow: Miike Snow (Album Review)

Miike Snow is the collaborative project formed by Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and American producer Andrew Wyatt--the former two perhaps better known as Swedish production team, Bloodshy & Avant....
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Ciara: Fantasy Ride (Album Review)

Everyone loves an underdog. Everyone loves a superstar. But almost no one's got love for an underdog superstar.That's about how I'd describe Ciara, the 23-year-old R&B sensation responsible for eight top...
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Peaches: I Feel Cream (Album Review)

Peaches, Peaches, Peaches...check out your Chrissy behind now.On her fifth studio album, I Feel Cream, the Queen of Electrocrap has decided to let her hair down (wayyy down if you've seen the video for "Talk...
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Young Love: One Of Us

Well, today marks the release of Young Love's sophomore album, One Of Us. Begin listening...now.The album sounds sort of like if Fall Out Boy or Panic At The Disco were given a few more synthesizers and...