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Global Rhythm (Publication) (p.57) - "[T]his relatively introspective record was one of last year's best pop albums."0.4540166

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"A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound0.3632132

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"A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound "A riveting crime saga that evokes TRAFFIC and CITY OF GOD....It deserved its Oscar nomination last year, a rarity in any case."Sight and Sound0.3632132

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Alternative Press (6/96, p.75) - 3 - ok - "...a good follow-up to their underpublicized live project from last year..."0.3632132

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Vibe (3/02, p.176) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Brilliantly sums up the state of the art via 30 of last year's cream tracks....worth a listen..."0.3632132

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"With its dark, wacky humor, some moments are reminiscent of last year's MACHETE."Los Angeles Times0.3632132

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Uncut (p.105) - "It's gorgeous....Consisting of 21 instrumental passages, it's the perfect companion piece to last year's THE SECRET MIGRATION."0.3632132

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Entertainment Weekly (1/25/91) - A "Last year's one really great hard-rock record, loud enough to splinter eardrums and utterly unapologetic about what aficionados will recognize as inspired, both as an assault on the basics and an affirmation of them."0.3178116

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Jazziz (9/95, p.100) - "...instant gratification can be found in the Garson arrangements of recent hits from '93 and last year....Garson infuses his own backgrounds in pop, jazz, soul, and classical to give each cut a personality all its own..."0.3178116

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Spin (p.80) - "MUSIC cleverly continues the rootsier turn of last year's BE BRAVE, now emphasizing honky-tonk piano....The Strange Boys are still scrounging up diamonds in the rough."0.3178116

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No Depression (p.113) - "DOWN SOUTH revived his interest in the music of his native Louisiana and led to the spectacular fusion of cajun, jazz, blues and country that would fuel his career until his death last year."0.3178116

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A]n example of nouveau film noir in the manner of last years DRIVE, a genre characterized by often grisly violence, high style and a distinctly nihilistic outlook."Washington Post0.3178116

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A]n example of nouveau film noir in the manner of last years DRIVE, a genre characterized by often grisly violence, high style and a distinctly nihilistic outlook."Washington Post0.3178116

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A]n example of nouveau film noir in the manner of last years DRIVE, a genre characterized by often grisly violence, high style and a distinctly nihilistic outlook."Washington Post0.3178116

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A]n example of nouveau film noir in the manner of last years DRIVE, a genre characterized by often grisly violence, high style and a distinctly nihilistic outlook."Washington Post0.3178116

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A]n example of nouveau film noir in the manner of last years DRIVE, a genre characterized by often grisly violence, high style and a distinctly nihilistic outlook."Washington Post0.3178116

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Spin (p.80) - "MUSIC cleverly continues the rootsier turn of last year's BE BRAVE, now emphasizing honky-tonk piano....The Strange Boys are still scrounging up diamonds in the rough."0.3178116

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Musician (11/97, p.90) - "...heavily detailed, folky narrative....builds on the triumphs of last year's FURTHER IN...capturing the spontaneous feel of the singer's husky baritone and no-nonsense acoustic guitar strummings...an understated mix that draws as much attention to the spaces in between as the notes and words..."0.2724099

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Harp (magazine) (p.103) - "More lavishly arranged than MANZANITA, more organically warm than last year's LA NINJA remixes, Mia Doi Todd's seventh full length marshals a mini-orchestra of strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion in service of the songwriter's unearthly beautiful voice."0.2724099

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Spin (p.93) - "Williams meets life's knottier challenges without flinching, her yearning voice revealing just enough cracks and scars to reflect hard-earned wisdom."Billboard (p.48) - "[Williams] follows her own musical path to deliver one of the best singer/songwriter albums to come out of Nashville in the last year."0.2724099

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The Wire (2/03, p.69) - "...An engaging, unpredictable album of Tortoise-like vibrations, guitars, minimalist repetitions, wry syncopations, occasional duff notes and subtly daubed electronics..."Mojo (Publisher) (3/03, p.114) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Smoother than last year's SIGN, this capricious set also contains some finely crafted instrumental sections..."0.2270083

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Q (1/91) - 3 Stars - Good - "Holland's bass is the formidable linchpin, soulful and propulsive throughout." - Recommended as one of the five best jazz albums of 1990. - "Lovely, lissome, rhythmically flexible 1990s contemporary bop."Village Voice (2/5/91) - Performance A / Sound B - "The people telling you that the Holland is one of last year's best aren't exaggerating."0.2270083

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Spin (p.102) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Dirty-minded, unrepentant, and awash in bad-boy charm, BLACK BUTTERFLY makes you forget hair metal's demise was more than 15 years ago."Entertainment Weekly (p.72) - "The L.A. quintet, fresh off the radio ubiquity of 'Sorry' last year, prove themselves masters of the form yet again..."0.2270083

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Down Beat (p.74) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The opener is breathtaking, with Rollins pulling and twisting the melody like taffy, adorning and rethinking it for a jaw-dropping stream-of-consciousness stretch."JazzTimes (pp.79-80) - "The fidelity is superb, and the performances are the cream of the crop. They range from a 1980 show in Japan to a concert from last year at Carnegie Hall."0.2270083

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"...It may be the best of the Italian neorealist films -- the one that is most simply itself..." Chicago Sun-Times "...[UMBERTO D.] creates magic of a completely different sort. It makes the unlikeliest subject unforgettable, finding drama, beauty, even poetry in simple things and simple lives..." Los Angeles Times "...UMBERTO D is rightly held as a classic....The new 35 millimeter print has been restored....It's a stunning achievement in service of a deserving film..." Box Office "...Fifty years later, its rigorous sentiment, played with a miraculous naturalness, puts a face and soul on all hapless men and women living out their last years in anonymous despair..." Entertainment Weekly "[A] heart-rending tale..." Sight and Sound0.1816066

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"[B]ased on his performance in last year's ME AND ORSON WELLES, his breezy comic timing in 17 AGAIN and his heartfelt efforts here, Efron seems poised to mature into a more substantive actor."USA Today "Efron continues to get better with each film..."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "An adaptation the smooths out the sharp edges of Ben Sherwood's source novel..."Empire "CHARLIE ST. CLOUD is a LOVELY BONES lite sentimental fantasy with Zac Efron in active contact with deceased loved ones."Variety "Set on the coast in the Pacific Northwest, it has a lush and yet slightly rumpled look....[Efron] is charming, as usual, but also a surprisingly substantial presence on screen."Movieline0.1816066

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"CHARLIE ST. CLOUD is a LOVELY BONES lite sentimental fantasy with Zac Efron in active contact with deceased loved ones."Variety "Efron continues to get better with each film..."Los Angeles Times "[B]ased on his performance in last year's ME AND ORSON WELLES, his breezy comic timing in 17 AGAIN and his heartfelt efforts here, Efron seems poised to mature into a more substantive actor."USA Today "Set on the coast in the Pacific Northwest, it has a lush and yet slightly rumpled look....[Efron] is charming, as usual, but also a surprisingly substantial presence on screen."Movieline0.1816066

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"CHARLIE ST. CLOUD is a LOVELY BONES lite sentimental fantasy with Zac Efron in active contact with deceased loved ones."Variety "Efron continues to get better with each film..."Los Angeles Times "[B]ased on his performance in last year's ME AND ORSON WELLES, his breezy comic timing in 17 AGAIN and his heartfelt efforts here, Efron seems poised to mature into a more substantive actor."USA Today "Set on the coast in the Pacific Northwest, it has a lush and yet slightly rumpled look....[Efron] is charming, as usual, but also a surprisingly substantial presence on screen."Movieline0.1816066

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Rolling Stone (4/1/99, pp.96-97) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...picks up where last year's debut...left off: somewhere between the corner pub and the socialist meeting hall. The four band members pummel through their anthems like punked-out Rock 'Em Sock 'Em robots..."Alternative Press (6/99, p.90) - 3 (out of 5) - "...the Dropkicks progress beyond the three-chords-and-a-snarl formula of so many current punk rockers to produce songs with heart..."CMJ (3/22/99, p.22) - "...bursting at the seams with communal, oi-inspired singalongs that invite you to chant with the Murphys while downing a hearty pint of stout."0.1816066

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(Jan.-Feb./91) - "Aside from the corny cover, Bad Religion waste no time or effort as `Against The Grain' is screechingly released hot on the heels of last years punk hit `No Control' which sold so many copies, why not keep the formula untouched?...as much as I like to ignore such a massively accepted `punk' record, the exuberance of this release is kinda tuff ta' blow off."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.52) - "[H]ome to a slicker, more polished output from a band in their prime, boasting a host of classic tracks to prove it."0.1816066

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Rolling Stone (4/20/95, p.78) - 3 Stars - Good - "...While many of the best alternative bands are now mired in the self-obsession and roots worship that often signal the decline of an underground movement, this album has the freshest riffage since last year's Soundgarden record--tight, hot guitar lines and radio hooks that burn themselves into your brain..."Q (5/95, p.114) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Dave `Snake' Sabo and Scotti Hill's guitars grumble and mutter more menacingly than ever, while Sebastian Bach's awesome vocal pyrotechnics are all the more effective for being more focused and concentrated than in the past....Skid Row has come up with an outright winner."0.1816066

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Q (5/01, p.125) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Showcases talent from last year's Ozzfest, including gravel-larynxed Max Cavalera's Soulfly, surreally ferocious nu-metallers Disturbed, and Queens Of The Stone Age howling through the previously unreleased 'Ode To Clarissa'..."Alternative Press (6/01, pp.78-9) - 3 out of 5 - "...Showcases heavy music's current and future rulers....Disturbed, Primer 55 and Powerman 5000 help put this compilation into perspective..."CMJ (4/30/01, p.17) - "...The 1st disc showcases nailbombs from Soulfly, Kittie, Taproot, Primer 55 and Slaves On Dope....the 2nd highlights perfromances culled from past Ozzfests..."0.1816066

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Rolling Stone (No. 966, p.61) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[W]ry, melodic tunes [with] synthy electro quirks."Spin (p.105) - "[T]his collection of B-sides and rarities turns neo-SGT. PEPPER eclecticism into full-blown bohemian rhapsody."Magnet (p.88) - "The 10 songs are a little looser than the Furnaces' formal output, but they provide the bridge between the blues/rock skronk of 2003's GALLOWSBIRD'S BARK and the experimental wanderings of last year's BLUEBERRY BOAT."0.1816066

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The Wire (p.49) - "17 MUSICIANS...is scored for a reimagined big band, including prominent roles for bassoon, contrabass clarinet and vibraphone, while Glynis Loman's cello adds a voice completely outside of conventional big band thinking."Down Beat (p.72) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "While there are some great solos...the way the music shifts and coalesces around their voices matters most. Dixon doesn't assert his own instrumental voice until fairly late, where he gets into the give and take."JazzTimes (p.97) - "17 MUSICIANS is a dense, sprawling effort. The album as recorded last year at the Vision Festival in New York and it crackles with the kind of energy that you can only find in a live setting."0.1816066

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Q (10/99, p.120) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...stunned by the dual blows of the deaths of his father and his drumming teacher last year...[His] response is to purge his feelings with this melancholy meditation, adding voice and shaku-hachi...to an already diverse soundstage..."The Wire (9/99, p.62) - "...an exciting live performer who can work up a ferocious head of steam on the Japanese taiko drum, but here he also gets to show what a softie he is underneath, playing wistful shakuhachi flute over a luscious string quintet..."Dirty Linen (6-7/00, p.84) - "...Spiritual and meditative music....played on the shakuhachi flute...but the violins, viola and cello...give it a different flair..."0.1816066

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Down Beat (p.73) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he floating ease with which the tunes on THINK FREE unfold, whether painted with minimalist strokes or dappled with edgy electronic voicings, provides its own rewards."JazzTimes (p.56) - "Allison himself works in some brief moments of solo spotlight but mostly keeps his mind and ears on the conceptual clock..."Billboard (p.61) - "THINK FREE is a seamless follow-up to last year's 'Little Things Run the World' and delivers sensual-to-mystical lyricism with subtle grooves."0.1816066

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "THE FALL is pretty consistent, from the country-radio sampling dub of 'The Parish of Space Dust' to the Rust Belt planet-rock of 'Detroit.'"Uncut (magazine) (p.91) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Albarn made a song every few days while on tour last year, and some, like 'Revolving Doors' and 'Amarillo' are wonderfully intimate chiefly thanks to Albarn's melancholic mature voice."0.1816066

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