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JazzTimes (6/00, pp.99-100) - "...Never less than excellent and often great....Rollins is in great from here, utterly relaxed....don't bother to buy any contemporary tenor sax releases until you have [this]..."Mojo (Publisher) (10/00, p.106) - "...This was as fertile a 2 years as any jazz man ever had....he is belligerently melodic, swaggeringly rhythmic, witty and profound..."8.266078

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, pp.62-62) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (1/25/96, p.37 & p.41) - Voted Best Album in the 1996 Readers' Poll. Ranked #5 in the 1996 Critics' Poll.Rolling Stone (11/30/95, p.66) - 3 Stars - Good - "...Although MELLON COLLIE clocks in at more than two hours, it's one of the rare epic rock releases whose bulk is justified in the grooves...even more impressive when you consider that Corgan single-handedly wrote 26 of the songs..."Spin (12/95, p.117) - 8 - Very Good - "...Billy Corgan has built the asteroid of his dreams....music that rejects standard song shapes in favor of a more ambient, uncontainable sonic narrative....all very lush....[Corgan] sings for the awkward adolescent in all of us, the mad little creature wanting to conquer, destroy, and embrace life all at once..."Entertainment Weekly (Spring 2000, p.166) - Ranked #7 in EW's "Top 10 albums of the '90s"Entertainment Weekly (12/29/95-1/5/96, p.131) - Ranked #2 on EW's Top 10 Albums Of 1995.Entertainment Weekly (10/27/95, pp.88-90) - "...A sprawling sonic carpet that never stops unfurling, its 28 songs careen from ravaged, apocalypse-now metal assaults to glucose-coated ballads. Corgan has stripped away the lacquered sheen of SIAMESE DREAM and replaced it with wild-eyed eclecticism that works..." - Rating: AQ (10/01, p.81) - Ranked #19 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (2/96, p.67) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (12/95, p.150) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a mammoth, put-up-or-shut-up confirmation of four people's musicial ability, one man's floodgate songwriting and his penchant for head-in-the-clouds preposterousness..."Musician (1/96, p.85) - "...stridently all over the place...laughably ambitious, and yet...satisfying throughout....a wealth of distinctly original material....songs that will satisfy fans of SIAMESE DREAM...songs that will satisfy punk rock fans...songs of a new mythology..."Village Voice (2/20/96) - Ranked #14 in Village Voice's 1995 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.New York Times (Publisher) (1/6/96, p.C16) - Included on Neil Strauss' list of the Top 10 Albums of `95 - "...a well-crafted, bottom-heavy double album that never lets up..."NME (Magazine) (12/23-30/95, pp.22-23) - Ranked #38 in NME's `Top 50 Albums Of The Year' for 1995.NME (Magazine) (10/21/95, p.50) - 8 (out of 10) - "...his magnum opus, a ludicrous, brilliant, bloated blunderbuss of love....you should be grateful that amid the acres of safe, generic stodge of American alternative rock, someone has this kind of rampant, scattershot ambition..."4.643857

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Dirty Linen (2-3/00, p.87) - "...fills the gap [of] the traditional dance music of the New England states....Fiddles predominate, pianos are the main accompaniment, and the musical style could be likened to Canadian dance bands and Irish Ceili bands..."2.776444

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Dirty Linen (4-5/96, p.75) - "...The music encompasses two solo albums from 1961-1962, the very beginning of Owen's career, to a trio of later Buck Owens & His Buckaroos recordings from 1965-1966..."0.2089912

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Q (9/94, p.131) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...less New Wavey, in parts industrial-grim...The Cure had a copy of this one..."Uncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "154 is glorious -- banks of synth hang high over the album like trails of purple cloud at sunset. It's fully blown, fully realised..."Magnet (p.91) - "154 picks up the gauntlet laid down by David Bowie and Brian Eno's first two Berlin recordings..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.116) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his one's a classic....While some groups were wondering where post-punk would lead to, Wire had already got there..."Mojo (Publisher) (10/99, p.130) - "...a record that improves with age....here the uneasy abstraction of their subject matter...is perfectly matched by the the magnetic attraction of their three principal voices...balanced to great effect as they would rarely be again..."0.1588317

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Entertainment Weekly (p.69) - "[O]ld-time country music, early blues, and gospel....The recordings -- of varying brilliance -- are grail-like rarities."Living Blues (p.76) - "House was the greatest of all the 'deep' Delta singers, and this was his greatest recording session. The guitar work is crisp, with his usual unerring rhythmic control, and his voice is magnificent."No Depression (p.100) - "There are fetching country blues tracks.....It's all put together with enthusiasm and tongue-in-cheek ribbing of the collecting bug."Mojo (Publisher) (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] glittering parade of mountain stringbands and sanctified preachers, fiddle and harmonica tunes, banjo songs and guitar blues..."0.09906025

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Rolling Stone (11/11/93, p.76) - 3.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...Me'Shell NdegeOcello possesses a confident, intelligent sexuality that's more potent than any crotch-grabbing shtick...her style is all mellow, majestic cool..."Spin (12/93, p.121) - Highly Recommended - "...PLANTATION LULLABIES is a bodacious, invigorating, self-assured suite of songs that accent the best elements of soul, funk, jazz, and their aggro-meltdown in hip hop's style wars..."Entertainment Weekly (10/29/93, p.74) - "...despite an unoriginal voice shaped by pre-hip hop rappers like Gil Scott Heron and lyrics that run to cliche, Me'Shell delivers her cool cocktail talk with a winning bluesy resignation..." - Rating: B+Vibe (2/02, p.87) - Included in Vibe's "Essential Black Rock Recordings".Vibe (10/93, p.114) - "...[A] stunning debut...Me'Shell NdegeOcello's last name means `free like a bird' in Swahili. That might account for the ease with which she flutters through musical styles...[she has] a remarkable vocal range..."The Source (4/94, p.78) - "...succeeds in bringing the listener to aural climax, exploding the senses onto bed sheets of kente print...."Musician (11/93, p.13) - "...[On PLANTATION LULLABIES] dense, moody pieces echo such old masters as Nina Simone and Curtis Mayfield, as well as today's MC's; this debut blurs the lines between hip-hop, jazz and soul...."Village Voice (3/1/94, p.5) - Ranked #27 in the Village Voice's 1993 Jazz & Pop Critics Poll.0.0944866

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Rolling Stone (p.130) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n amazing record that sounds like it was casually banged out in a particularly creative weekend. It's steeped in Southern life..."Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.135) - Ranked # 10 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...It rocks..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.65) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (7/9-23/98, pp.131-132) - 4.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Not only is CAR WHEELS ON A GRAVEL ROAD more perfect than the two albums that preceded it...but it achieves its perfection by being more imperfect....not since the openhearted HAPPY WOMAN BLUES has she gotten so much feeling on tape..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #61 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #4 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Entertainment Weekly (7/10/98, p.74) - "...Williams has rarely sounded better. And when her voice meets a first-rate song (and some accordions and Dobros), few country-folkies more acutely evoke the elementary highs and lows of daily life..." - Rating: A-Q (p.150) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her voice has never sounded quite so strong, pure and tormented..."Uncut (p.134) - "Repositioning country-blues roots rock as contemporary Southern art, the album gives us a sense of life and place that leap from every line and guitar lick."Alternative Press (3/01, p.104) - Included in A.P.'s "10 Essential Alt-Country Albums" - "...Too diverse for country, too country to be rock - whatever this is, we need more of it."CMJ (1/11/99, p.5) - "...Though the record is replete with stinging melodies, sturdy song structures and rustic, barroom vocal passion, its greatest asset is Williams' stirring lyrics..."No Depression (p.78) - "'Drunken Angel' and 'Can't Let Go' stand out as examples of the rawness of CAR WHEELS intensified as Williams delivers its heartbreak and tumult onstage."Mojo (Publisher) (p.63) - Ranked #31 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[A] bluesy, rootsy album, its fatalistic pull resonating with anyone who has loved and lost."0.09351873

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Rolling Stone (p.130) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n amazing record that sounds like it was casually banged out in a particularly creative weekend. It's steeped in Southern life..."Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.135) - Ranked # 10 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...It rocks..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.65) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (7/9-23/98, pp.131-132) - 4.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Not only is CAR WHEELS ON A GRAVEL ROAD more perfect than the two albums that preceded it...but it achieves its perfection by being more imperfect....not since the openhearted HAPPY WOMAN BLUES has she gotten so much feeling on tape..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #61 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #4 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Entertainment Weekly (7/10/98, p.74) - "...Williams has rarely sounded better. And when her voice meets a first-rate song (and some accordions and Dobros), few country-folkies more acutely evoke the elementary highs and lows of daily life..." - Rating: A-Q (p.150) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her voice has never sounded quite so strong, pure and tormented..."Uncut (p.134) - "Repositioning country-blues roots rock as contemporary Southern art, the album gives us a sense of life and place that leap from every line and guitar lick."Alternative Press (3/01, p.104) - Included in A.P.'s "10 Essential Alt-Country Albums" - "...Too diverse for country, too country to be rock - whatever this is, we need more of it."CMJ (1/11/99, p.5) - "...Though the record is replete with stinging melodies, sturdy song structures and rustic, barroom vocal passion, its greatest asset is Williams' stirring lyrics..."No Depression (p.78) - "'Drunken Angel' and 'Can't Let Go' stand out as examples of the rawness of CAR WHEELS intensified as Williams delivers its heartbreak and tumult onstage."Mojo (Publisher) (p.63) - Ranked #31 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[A] bluesy, rootsy album, its fatalistic pull resonating with anyone who has loved and lost."0.09337933

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Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.136) - Ranked # 32 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...[The album] unites hip-hop, R&B and reggae under a single groove..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.79) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (9/3/98, p.98) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...The sound of a woman who takes herself seriously....It's an album...that you could play at a family reunion, or any sort of multigenerational party, and get everyone bouncing and singing along, without anyone ever having to cringe..."Spin (9/99, p.132) - Ranked #28 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #1 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Spin (9/98, pp.179-180) - 9 (out of 10) - "...the confidence with which Hill sings and raps herself into black music's mammoth tradition...is balanced by the vulnerability of one of MISEDUCATION's two themes: a love gone wrong, untangling itself painfully and slow....Part of her greatness is that this genre-bender has never feared sentiment..."Entertainment Weekly (Spring 2000, p.166) - Ranked #2 in EW's "Top 10 albums of the '90s"Entertainment Weekly (9/4/98, pp.79-80) - "...Easily flowing from singing to rapping, evoking the past while forging a future of her own, Hill has made an album of often-astonishing power, strength, and feeling..." - Rating: AQ (p.121) - "[I]t only seems natural that Lauryn Hill's solo debut should mesh hip hop and soul to the point where it's hard to hear where one ends and the other begins..."Q (10/01, p.68) - Ranked #25 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (12/99, p.100) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Muzik (12/98, p.94) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...a superb collection of rhymes and beats and fresh lyrics that show how a good album should be recorded..."CMJ (1/11/99, p.3) - "...The jeep-bumping beats helped the album push platinum, but the potent, emotive songwriting made it an across-the-board pop milestone..."The Source (9/98, p.230) - "...Thoughtful, passionate, purposeful and unmistakably female....Small complaints, not even worth sweating when the overall emotional and musical effect is potent..."Rap Pages (11/98, p.130) - 4 (out of 5) - "...Choosing to display all of her talent, songwriting ability, Lauryn pushes rap aside, opting to sing more....Lauryn's attempt to intellectualize pain and love in word without sacrificing emotion in song is daring and creative..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.58) - Ranked #67 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "Hill's debut dazzled, with old school soul, heart-breaking break-up songs and metaphysical raps providing an unbroken chain of dizzying highs."0.08199418

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