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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....
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Kelis: Flesh Tone (Album Review)

Known for providing some of the most innovative, genre-bending dance-turned-R&B-turned-rock 'n' roll tracks of the 21st century, Kelis has always been known to be a formative, if not consistently...
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Kate Nash: My Best Friend is You (Album Review)

With My Best Friend is You, it seems Kate Nash has decided to shy far, far away from the sweetly sung, Lily Allen-tinged ditties on her debut. Well actually, there's nothing too shy about it. The...
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Linda Sundblad: Manifest (Album Review)

I was first introduced to Linda Sundblad back in 2006 after hearing her latest single at the time, "Oh Father." The song is a woefully delicious number, in which we find the guilt-ridden songstress...
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Ellie Goulding: Lights (Album Review)

Lights is the debut album released on March 1 by Ellie Goulding, the 23-year-old British electro-pop chanteuse recently awarded with (or damned with, depending on your interpretation) the title of BBC's...
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Moto Boy: Lost in the Call (Album Review)

Sweden is the epicenter of pop perfection. This is a fact that will never change. Case in point: Moto Boy, and his album released today, Lost in the Call. Moto Boy's mournful coos and falsetto cries...