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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....
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The Suite Escape of Janelle Monáe

In a world of illegal downloading and instant gratification, there is little appreciation for the concept of a full length album. Or so says Janelle Monáe's management team: "The concept of the suite...
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Out To Sea…

Here's a nice Sunday find I've been keeping in my back pocket for the past week! Riding high off of Kaskade's dreamy Strobelite Seduction (which is still providing the soundtrack to my summer!) it's Oceanlab's...
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We’ve Come To Kick Your Ass.

Hey! You there! You feel in the mood for some anthemic electro grunge? I know I am!With his first major EP Kick N' Run, Don Rimini is jumping onto the mixing board with his sleeves rolled up, ready to unleash...
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Shoot baby, shoot baby

I learned of Get Well Soon a few weeks back thanks to 8/1, but never got around to posting about this incredible debut. With sweeping, hypnotic combinations of folk, indie-rock, classical, and electronica...
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Drifting Away

Time for something somewhat different. Let's head over to a part of the world where the number one artist isn't a man with a tattoo of a tear on the side of his face. I'm talking, of course, about Asia....