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Cheryl Cole: Messy Little Raindrops (Album Review)

Remember when you were 15 years old and your then best friend in middle school messaged you on AIM after school one day to ask you to read her 'poetry,' and even though you didn't really want to, you hit...
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Shontelle: No Gravity (Album Review)

No Gravity is, in many ways, a fitting title for a record so lacking in terms of marketing. So much has happened in the world of Shontelle that has restricted the Bajan songstress from being presented...
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Katy Perry: Teenage Dream (Album Review)

Katy Perry is probably the only pop star I could ever feel compelled to deem a "guilty pleasure." In my opinion, there are two types of catchy in the world: The one with pop hooks so well-crafted you'll...
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Röyksopp: Senior (Album Review)

Everything they've said is true. "The introvert and darker sibling, who lives in the attic." "More introspective and freeform than its poppier partner." "Brimfull with dark secrets and distorted...
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M.I.A.: Maya (Album Giveaway and Review)

As you may or may not have heard, a lot of people are getting all butt-hurt about M.I.A.'s 'Internet-inspired' new record because it is a very noisy, very obvious rebel-against-the-rebels reactionary...
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Kylie Minogue: Aphrodite (Album Review)

In case you didn't know, Kylie Minogue is a legend. Despite the pop singer's unjustly limited visibility in the North American market, Kylie Minogue is a beloved musical icon in most other territories...
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Sia: We Are Born (Album Review)

For years, Australian songstress Sia Furler's name was inextricably linked to all things blue. There were her cosmic, soulful ballads with Zero 7 including "Destiny," assorted slow burning singles from...
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Robyn: Body Talk Pt. 1 (Album Review)

Earlier this year, Swedish pop sensation Robyn announced that her next album, her first original studio album in five years, would finally be arriving soon--in three parts. Now known as the Body Talk...
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Christina Aguilera: Bionic (Album Review)

Reinvention can be a tricky thing. The Bionic campaign began with the promise of a pop superstar's futuristic return to the scene after an extended love affair with '20s and '30's-inspired vintage sound....