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Lily Allen: It’s Not Me, It’s You

After nearly four years, Lily Allen has finally begun to make headlines for all the right reasons again. Next week will see the release of the original MySpace Starlet's sophomore attempt, It's Not Me, It's...
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Fever Ray’s New Album…

Makes me think: "This is what it must have been like when people heard Björk's Debut for the first time."More on this later.Fever Ray's self-titled album is available now at Amazon, and will be released in...
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MuuMuse Most Anticipated: 2009 Edition

Come every January, the promise and excitement of new music releases for the new year lies tantalizingly close upon the horizon. Though dozens of fabulous albums will be released this year, I thought...
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MuuMuse Presents: The Best of 2008

2008 was, in retrospect, a fabulous year for all things music. Madonna took a moment from rescuing babies to focus upon saving the world with her vagina in just under four minutes. Icons of the dance world...
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Say UNKLE.

Almost forgot! Soon after posting about UNKLE's highly anticipated End Titles...Redux, Radio Magnetic has posted an exclusive stream of the entire album in high quality form! The album is absolutely divine,...
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Britney Spears: Circus (Album Review)

Don’t worry Muusers: I have, in fact, survived the Circus of Britney Spears. Sure, there’s been some scrapes and claw marks along the way. I’ve been manhandled by a duo of evil clowns,...
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Sugababes: Spotlights & Catfights (Review)

Blame it on their infuriating, ever-cycling line-up of fresh faced members, I'll admit that I never cared much for the Sugababes in the past. Granted, I've always listened to the work, but in truth, I've...
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Girls Aloud: Out Of Control (Review)

It is Friday, October 31st, approximately five days since the Great Leak of '08. Scouring my "Recently Played" list this afternoon, it has dawned on me (with a great deal of terror and a slight tingle of...
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Grace Jones: Hurricane (Review)

Grace Jones is ferocious. She is a frightening, feisty glamazon that seems to be ignoring the banality of the process known as aging with her bold, chiseled features and statuesque natural beauty. She is a...
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The Summer Daze of Natalie Walker

As the seasons begin to transition and the nights grow cooler, Natalie Walker’s second solo album might be just the cure for those of us longing for one more touch of the sun’s fading light....