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Rolling Stone (12/25/03, p.104) - Included in Rolling Stone's "50 Best Albums of 2003" - "...DEJA ENTENDU brings an uncommon artistry and bitter tongue to emo anthems..."Entertainment Weekly (8/8/03, p.74) - "...Frontman Jesse Lacey seems less interested in pummeling the listener with hooks than hooking you with carefully crafted dynamics and tempo shifts that add emotional heft to his sensitive-guy crooning..." - Rating: B+0.1388098

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Uncut (magazine) (p.96) - "[T]here are clear parallels to the poetic storytelling of Guy Glark....Russell is equally adept with a traditional country strum..."0.1388098

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Guitar Magazine (7/99, pp.96-7) - "...multifaceted, far-reaching albums that remind us the term prog...is short for progressive....real treasures come courtesy of singer/guitarist Neal Morse's diverse sonic palette..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/99, p.112) - "...brought together by a common love of prog...there's some real power and passion here."0.1388098

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Rolling Stone (10/14/99, p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The stunning 3-CD box full of soul IT'S YOUR THING [captures the Isley story in all of its intermittent glory] brilliantly, including all the obvious hits...and lots of material that fell between the non-crossover cracks..."Spin (12/99, p.230) - 8 out of 10 - "...ragged beauty....a brood of calculating chameleons with a stylistic agility that, given the dictates of niche marketing and modern radio formats, will likely never be seen again..."Entertainment Weekly (9/10/99, p.153) - "...represents the Isleys' evolution from rock sensations to soul troubadours....A brilliantly arranged collection, including exceptional alternate takes and unreleased tracks, and a neccesity for anyone yearning to do their own thing." - Rating: AQ (1/00, p.138) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...an aptly garish package given their barking '70s apparel, with a sentimental sleeve note and a satisfying track choice..."Uncut (1/00, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "A colossal, combustible fun-fest; enough for a throbbing theme-night in your very own living room....The Isleys remain titans..."Vibe (10/99, p.189) - "...any one of the three discs here would be a formidable compilation in and of itself....But as famous as the 'songs' are...the 'styles' that the band perfected, popularized, or foreshadowed are even more significant....[proves] that while time can wear rock down, it has no effect on solid-gold soul."The Source (11/99, p.236) - "...chronicles the breadth of the Isley experience....[They] infused everything with a balance of elegance and grit, creating a brave new musical world in the process..."Mojo (Publisher) (12/99, p.126) - "...a stylishly packaged way for those less familiar with their work to get to know and love an amazing act whose recording career spans 4 decades..."0.1015158

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