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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...
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Sade: Soldier of Love (Album Review)

Soldier of Love, Sade's first studio album in over ten years, comes sandwiched in between two rather auspiciously timed events: heavy blizzards and Valentine's Day. What else should be softly playing in the...
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Heidi Montag: Superficial (Album Review)

It's difficult to appreciate Heidi Montag as a human being. At first glance, she isn't much more than your typical blonde bimbo socialite; a plastic Barbie making bank from a talentless role on a...
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Ke$ha: Animal (Album Review)

"When I woke up, I was like what did I do last night? Like what did I do? I fucked up... story of my life." Nicole "Snookums" Polizzi, Jersey Shore Congratulations...it's 2010! Who's ready to...
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Rihanna: Rated R (Album Review)

In the aftermath of the Chris Brown incident, Rated R could have gone one of three ways for Rihanna: A schlocky, inspirational ballad-filled account of her experience, an ignorance-is-bliss continuation of...
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Lady Gaga: The Fame Monster (Album Review)

As Torrance Shipman once said in the 2000 classic, Bring It On, "Missy's the poo...so take a big whiff." While that quote doesn't really apply here (aside from suggesting that Gaga is indeed 'the poo'),...
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Kate Havnevik: Me EP Album Review and US Tour Dates

Kate Havnevik is releasing an exclusive EP ahead of her next studio album, You, slated for release in early 2010. The Me EP (see what she did there with the album name?) features five tracks: "Show Me...