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Kylie Minogue: All The Lovers (Single Review)

To no one's surprise in particular, Kylie Minogue's kick-off single from her upcoming studio release, Aphrodite, is a work of art. Less of a departure from Kylie's previous style and more of an...
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Scissor Sisters: Fire With Fire (Single Review)

In case you've already forgotten, the Scissor Sisters recently unveiled one of the most brilliant tunes of 2010, "Invisible Light." Here is a reminder: Yep. Still amazing. But now, we've got our...
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Boogaloo Stu: Forever More (Single Review)

The name Boogaloo Stu hasn't made its way onto MuuMuse since the very early days of its inception (Oh hey, May 2008!), but it's about to reemerge from the depths. As kind of a pre-Gaga creation, Stu's...
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M.I.A.: XXXO (Single Review)

M.I.A.'s "XXXO" is a delicious, concise cut of modern electro-pop. Clocking in at just under three minutes and in keeping with her second album's sound ("Jimmy") and her dancier beginnings (Arular), the...
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Robyn: Dancing on My Own (Single Review)

The heartbreak isn't over. Robyn's first single from her upcoming EP, Body Talk Part 1, finds the singer as solemn as ever, dancing alone and mourning the love she's lost. "Dancing on My Own" is...
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Sade: Soldier of Love (Single Review)

After 19 years, Sade has returned with a comeback single called "Soldier of Love," the band's first release in nearly ten years. Generally, it's damn near perfection. But as the lead single from an...
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Lady Gaga: Dance in the Dark (Single Review)

Today has just been full of disappointments: The videos for "Bad Romance" and "Video Phone" seem to be delayed indefinitely, the Leona Lewis album is, for the most part, a massive snooze-fest, and worst of...
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Rihanna: Russian Roulette (Single Review)

Photo courtesy of MTV.com. First of all: "Russian Roulette," the lead single off of Rihanna's upcoming album, Rated R, is not a single. I'm not sure what her record company was thinking in positioning...
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Cheryl Cole: 3 Words (Single Review)

Well, so much for an album full of manufactured R&B pop. "3 Words," the next single and title track off of Cheryl Cole's debut solo album, is just about the antithesis of lead single, "Fight For This...