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Madonna – ‘MDNA’ (Album Review)

MDNA is one of Madonna's greatest albums in years: It's sonic euphoria, chock full of dramatics, attitude and surging dance-pop productions that only grow better with each replay. It's infectious and propulsive. One might even call as addictive as MDMA. (And that's okay!)
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Lana Del Rey: Born To Die (Album Review)

Everyone's got something to say about Lana Del Rey. In Late June, the cut-and-paste clip for the singer's "Video Games"--then just a buzz track--dropped with a thud onto YouTube. Spliced between old...
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Cher Lloyd: Sticks + Stones (Album Review)

In September of 2010, the world (well, the UK) watched as a jittery Worcestershire-born girl named Cher Lloyd strolled across the stage--suited in a a fitted black jacket and shredded white jeans--to...
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Wynter Gordon: With The Music I Die (Album Review)

It was right after she first began posting demos on her MySpace--songs like 2007's spacey "Surveillance" (which remains as next level today as it did the day she unleashed it upon the world), that I first...
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Beyoncé: 4 (Album Review)

If you're looking for Sasha Fierce, don't bother: She's gone. Well, not entirely--she's certainly still there twerking her hips above the militant beat of "Run The World (Girls)" and the frenzied...
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Simon Curtis: RA (Album Review)

For those of us who have been following Simon Curtis from the very early days of his career, RA is a pretty big deal. Read...
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Lady Gaga: Born This Way (Album Review)

On Saturday night, Lady Gaga sat spread eagle atop a delivery table on the stage of Saturday Night Live, belting out "Born This Way" while grasping her very pregnant prosthetic belly before flooding the...