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An atmospheric and accomplished album by The Church

With the release of After Everything Now This, Australian Alternative Rock legends The Church proved that the previous album, 1998’s return to form Hologram Of Baal, wasn’t...

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Ryan Adam's fan-pleasing return after a lenghty absence

To many critics and Ryan Adams fans, both casual and devoted, 2012’s Ashes & Fire album was what they had been hoping and waiting for: a collection of songs that was as consistent and...

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One of the greatest Country-Rock albums of all time

For their second album The Eagles came up with an interesting and intelligent concept: the analogy between Old West outlaws and modern Rock stars. Rich with...

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Mojave 3's second album is among the British Indie Folk/Dream-Pop band's very finest releases

For British Indie Folk/Dream-Pop band Mojave 3's second album Out Of Tune, the vastly underrated Neil Halstead wrote a lovely batch of songs that testified to his great love of Americana music. Mojave...

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The Bee Gees' most accomplished album since the late 1970s

After a couple of somewhat sterile-sounding late-80s/early-90s albums, The Bee Gees made a very satisfying return with Still Waters, by far their strongest album since...

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A testament to iconic crooner Dean Martin's enduring musical legacy

Dean Martin’s recording career can be divided into two time periods: his years with Capitol Records (1948-1960) and his years with Reprise Records (1961-1978). The majority...

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The Church continue their winning streak with yet another excellent album

The Church have a very distinct sound and style. Steve Kilbey’s semi-detached though strangely impassioned vocals, his cryptic stream of consciousness lyrics and...

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