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Q (3/02, p.125) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Metheny and Mays sound equally inspired, and never resort to gratuitous virtuosity."JazzTimes (3/02, pp.65-6) - "...An eloquent state-of-modern-jazz address."0.1968649

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Rolling Stone (No. 968, p.70) - 4 stars out of 5 - "You've never heard anything like M.I.A. - the sound of jump-rope rhymes in a war zone....[ARULAR is] weird, playful, unclassifiable, sexy, brilliantly addictive..."Spin (p.65) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[I]mprovised, explosive, and for once, redemptive."Spin (p.88) - "ARULAR will likely be the best political album this year." - Grade: AEntertainment Weekly (p.143) - Ranked #8 in Entertainment Weekly's 'Top Ten Records of the Year' -- "ARULAR is the place where dance music, hip-hop, techno, novelties, and a slinky British accent meet and have a wicked good time."Entertainment Weekly (No. 815, p.85) - "[A]s instantly infectious as it is hard to pin down. The music is literally all over the map..." - Grade: A-Uncut (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 - "A spiky starburst of raw beats and exotic collisions, ARULAR already sounds like a landmark debut album."The Wire (p.43) - Included in The Wire's "2005 Rewind: 50 Records Of The Year."The Wire (p.63) - "It's chockfull of machine gun beats, seismic sub-bass, fragments of raga and bhangra, and above all that voice."Vibe (p.142) - "[T]he dynamo from London showcases her talent for the spoken word..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.60) - Ranked #29 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2005" - "[H]ell-bent on fingerpopping agit-prop like Public Enemy messing with the B-52s."Clash (magazine) (p.75) - "[A] thumping mix of different sub-genres from reggaeton and baile funk to grime and dirty south rap, full of exoticism, raw political energy and crunching, syncopated beats."0.1745127

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Q (6/00, p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Re-essays their wry, jazzy take on Velvet Underground-derived minimalism. An informal affair..."Melody Maker (7/4/00, p.65) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Dapper geezer makes album full of cute li'l jangle-jazz standards and laid-back guitar runs in front of refined Hamburg audience. Fun!"0.1406178

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Entertainment Weekly (8/6/99, p.65) - "...another of Stanley Kubrick's eclectic musical mixes....framed by the cerebral modernist rigor of Gyorgy Ligeti....Kubrick had a keen musical ear, matching sound to sight in ways just right and weird enough to keep our ears wide open." - Rating: A-Q (10/99, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...largely hewn from classical works...and jazz....Wry as ever, Kubrick appears to have had fun with the selection of music..."0.1406178

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Entertainment Weekly (5/28/93, p.65) - "...endlessly booty-shakable..." - Rating: BQ (8/93, p.113) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a carefully selected cross-section of one of the most exciting New York bands of the early '70s..."NME (Magazine) (7/31/93, p.27) - 7 - Very Good - "...the Koolsters still strike timeless poses here...."0.1406178

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Rolling Stone (9/19/02, p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The Deluxe addition adds more black lighting to the original - torched-Motown covers; more JB; the brisk sass of 'Daddy Rolling Stone' an Otis Blackwell bullet rescued from a '65 B side - and doubles as a thundering monument to the late John Entwistle..."Rolling Stone (9/19/02, p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The Deluxe addition adds more black lighting to the original - torched-Motown covers; more JB; the brisk sass of 'Daddy Rolling Stone' an Otis Blackwell bullet rescued from a '65 B side - and doubles as a thundering monument to the late John Entwistle..."Spin (p.97) - "[T]his remains a seismic album..."Q (12/02, p.69) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (9/02, p.129) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Finds the original dozen cuts joined by 18 more, including the group's first 45's....Now we can understand how, in 1965, The Who were suddenly ranked behind the Beatles and the Stones..."Q (12/02, p.69) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (9/02, p.129) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Finds the original dozen cuts joined by 18 more, including the group's first 45's....Now we can understand how, in 1965, The Who were suddenly ranked behind the Beatles and the Stones..."Uncut (10/02, p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...a distinctive and exciting record in its time, and remains so in this reissued version..."Uncut (10/02, p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...a distinctive and exciting record in its time, and remains so in this reissued version..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/03, p.73) - Ranked #8 in Mojo's "Best Reissues of 2002"0.1377767

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Rolling Stone (9/19/02, p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The Deluxe addition adds more black lighting to the original - torched-Motown covers; more JB; the brisk sass of 'Daddy Rolling Stone' an Otis Blackwell bullet rescued from a '65 B side - and doubles as a thundering monument to the late John Entwistle..."Rolling Stone (9/19/02, p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The Deluxe addition adds more black lighting to the original - torched-Motown covers; more JB; the brisk sass of 'Daddy Rolling Stone' an Otis Blackwell bullet rescued from a '65 B side - and doubles as a thundering monument to the late John Entwistle..."Spin (p.97) - "[T]his remains a seismic album..."Q (12/02, p.69) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (9/02, p.129) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Finds the original dozen cuts joined by 18 more, including the group's first 45's....Now we can understand how, in 1965, The Who were suddenly ranked behind the Beatles and the Stones..."Q (12/02, p.69) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (9/02, p.129) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Finds the original dozen cuts joined by 18 more, including the group's first 45's....Now we can understand how, in 1965, The Who were suddenly ranked behind the Beatles and the Stones..."Uncut (10/02, p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...a distinctive and exciting record in its time, and remains so in this reissued version..."Uncut (10/02, p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...a distinctive and exciting record in its time, and remains so in this reissued version..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/03, p.73) - Ranked #8 in Mojo's "Best Reissues of 2002"0.1377767

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Q (10/96, p.191) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "More loose-knit and flowing than many of the late-'60s/early-'70s funk outfits....confirms the 103rd's place in soul Valhalla, includes all the essential cuts, spanning three labels...0.1315011

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Q (3/00, p.122) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...the first and best attempt by a contemporary artist to update...The Great American Songbook....not merely accessible but irresistible..."Uncut (3/00, p.78) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...STARDUST sounds better than ever..."Dirty Linen (2-3/00, pp.63,65) - "...an album of classic American songs that just about everybody has heard....Nelson says that these Tin Pan Alley tunes are his all time favorite songs and, it seems that he and the band enjoyed playing them..."Dirty Linen (2-3/00, pp.63,65) - "...an album of classic American songs that just about everybody has heard....Nelson says that these Tin Pan Alley tunes are his all time favorite songs and, it seems that he and the band enjoyed playing them..."Q (Magazine) (p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "In 1978 willie Nelson teamed up with producer Booker T Jones to record a whole album of Tin Pan Alley standards....It shouldn't have worked, but it did, giving him one of the biggest-selling albums of his career."Record Collector (magazine) (pp.92-93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Nelson invests each song with a relaxed, stately tone that feels loose and jazzy, yet also makes the most out of the melody."0.1193181

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.65) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (12/15/94, p.98) - 3.5 Stars - Good - "...it all sounds seamless..."Q (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (6/95, p.126) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Like Mississippi John Hurt or Taj Mahal, Moore is rooted in songs rather than licks, although his guitar/banjo technique is sharp, hard and irresistibly sparkly....it's precisely because Moore pushes so hard that he's so compelling."Living Blues (9-10/94, p.66) - "...a fresh take on some of the oldest blues styles..."NME (Magazine) (7/15/95, p.49) - 6 (out of 10) - "...fine versions of two [Robert] Johnson songs plus some experiments with ragtime and pop music, circa 1920. But he's got a modern nous..., some funk plus a husky, keening voice that will endear him to the Jools Holland set..."0.1193181

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Q (9/96, p.131) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...the soundtrack will always be a dear one...the glorious `Midnight Cowboy'...used the old Western tactic of a harmonica to colour Jon Voight's character with a lasting poignancy he probably didn't deserve..."Mojo (Publisher) (6/02, p.65) - Included in Mojo's "100 Coolest Movie Soundtracks" - "...John Barry's most evocative film theme..."NME (Magazine) (7/6/96, p.35) - 9 (out of 10) - "...a superlative collective effort....Gorgeous, deeply romantic and utterly magical....THE immaculate blueprint for movie soundtracks--crisp, evocative, an exquisite blend of lush orchestral ambience and tropical pop..."0.1124942

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Entertainment Weekly (3/24/95, pp.64-65) - "...Folk singers aren't supposed to display humor and lyrical poise until they're a bit long in the tooth. But Williams achieves that and more on her debut....she's savvier than most strummers [and] she's one of folk's heaviest hitters..." - Rating: AQ (10/99, p.157) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[her songs] are intensely melodic, wisecracking and rumbustious, replete with strings, organ, congas, electric guitar and, on 'Alleluia,' a heavenly choir..."0.1124942

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Rolling Stone (2/14/02, p.65) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Finds the youngest Hank moving even further into Grandpa's shadows, with a raw, acoustic sound..."Entertainment Weekly (2/01/02, p.106) - "Screw-ups and down-and-outers guzzle their poisons and bemoan their prisons all over [this CD]...Hank III's authentic all right; his hard living shows in his hangover twang and his band of whiskey-twisted traditionalists..." - Rating: BQ (1/02, p.108) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...yodel[s] and howl[s] at the moon without a trace of irony....slapped bass and yearning steel guitar..."0.1124942

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Rolling Stone (2/14/02, p.65) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Like their own music, Thievery Corp's choices favor voluptuous rhythms, opiate melodies, worldly flavors and classy musicianship..."Q (2/02, p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 - "A labor of love...showcasing the 60s acts that made the Verve label the home of cool jazz and hot bossa nova..."Alternative Press (4/02, p.84) - 8 out of 10 - "...This disc lets [Thievery's] records do the basking, compiling bossa-nova and other ethno-savvy classics from the Verbe label's catalog..."0.1124942

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Q (11/96, p.152) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "One of the milestones of country music....helped put an official seal on the whole Outlaw movement....It may not seem exactly radical now but it did at the time with the likes of `My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys,' `A Good Hearted Woman' and `Me And Paul' rightly going on to become the stuff of legend."Uncut (magazine) (p.65) - "WANTED! THE OUTLAWS saw RCA finally get to grips with what was going on in Austin and commodified it with impressive results.0.1124942

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Rolling Stone (1/25/96, p.73) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...Even the instrumental tracks seem to carry soothing hidden messages, urging listeners to chill out and shift their focus to the beauty that presumably surrounds them..."Entertainment Weekly (12/8/95, p.68) - "...With its layered, breathing-lesson choral harmonies cushioned in sullen keyboards, the album is....wistful....A gorgeous formula..." - Rating: BQ (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (1/96, p.120) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...the only genuine global star of new age and ambient..."Dirty Linen (4-5/96, pp.67-68) - "...she ingeniously mines territory that was previously the exclusive domain of pop, folk, and world music artists and works that product into her unique ambient-based talent and around her sublimely pure voice..."0.1101294

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Rolling Stone (9/20/70, p.35) - "...Robbins has a beautiful voice and these are great songs...there simply aren't any rock singers capable of such precise melodic balladry as Marty Robbins..."Q (11/96, p.162) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...He sang bloodsoaked ballads of the Wild West...with a manly sincerity that could make cattle obedient and hard-bitten outlaws take up Bible studies."Dirty Linen (2-3/00, pp.63,65) - "...may cause one to wax nostalgic and remember the national obsession with cowboys, outlaws, and western movies..."Mojo (Publisher) (3/00, p.118) - "...a concept album about the American West and contains Robbins' signature song 'El Paso'....a fine example of how Robbins' rural-Arizona upbringing gave his choice of career a deep authenticity....life-affirming stuff."0.09843244

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Rolling Stone (2/14/02, p.65) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...The best songs here compress provocative ideas about self-esteem, fate and personal responsability into brash, blistering, exceedingly tuneful polemics....instantly memorable..."Spin (3/02, pp.90-92) - "...hardcore riffing beneath polished vocal harmonies--augmented by keyboard flourishes, acoustic guitar, and even some tape-loopy wish-wash..."Entertainment Weekly (2/01/02, p.106) - "...Catchier melodies and more breathlessly clever wordplay than the band has managed in years..." - Rating: BQ (Jan/02, p.96) - 4 out of 5 stars - "...beating heart of Southern Californian punk rock....high speed melody, humanism and pessimism..."Alternative Press (3/02, p.71) - 8 out of 10 - "...It sounds more like Bad Religion than any Bad Religion record has in years....they're back where they belong."0.09843244

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Rolling Stone (3/14/02, pp.71-2) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...A victory for everyone looking to preserve America's precious funk resources."Spin (2/02, p.109) - "...DJ Peanut Butter Wolf and uber-[crate]-librarian Egon come correct...taking funk archaeology to new depths..."Q (2/02, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The music of the black American underclass before rap."The Wire (1/02, p.67) - "...One of the finest examples of the genre..."Mixmag (1/01, p.65) - 4 out of 5 - "...A joyous homage to the forgotten godesses of funk..."Mojo (Publisher) (2/02, p.106) - "...An essential purchase for anyone interested in black American music of the '60s and '70s."0.09843244

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Q (2/00, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...it's among the best 'fusion' records ever made, its funky alliances of twittering Afro-percussion and high-tensile rock spine building into a kind of electric rainforest music of an almost political intensity..."Down Beat (1/17/74) - 5 Stars - Excellent - "...Herbie translates 'communicate directly' pretty much into 'get down.' The warp-drive electronic space flights of CROSSINGS and SEXTANT have given way to a more basic music, harmonically simple and rhythmically earthy....[HEADHUNTERS] speaks its message--loud and clear..."JazzTimes (9/97, p.65) - "...a preeminent example of sophisticated funkology....this is where it all started."0.09843244

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Q (2/96, p.64) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995 - "...a nod towards reggae, and vintage highlife....an artist at ease with himself and his culture..."Down Beat (8/96, p.65) - 4 1/2 Stars - Very Good/Excellent - "...the crack ensemble seamlessly fuses griot songs with reggae, funk and fusion....Keita himself, one of the most soulful singers on the planet, carries the emotional weight."JazzTimes (3/96, p.121) - "...a master has returned. Keita's transcendant tenor sails above a jubilant web of chattering guitars, grooving drums, horn-spiked punches....an epic poem to Africa..."Sing Out! (5-6-7/96, p.151) - "...intensity of focus may make FOLON less accessible to American tastes...but hard-core fans will find a new, more personal understanding of Keita's music here."0.09843244

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Rolling Stone (8/11/94, p.65) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...VOODOO LOUNGE, is ragged and glorious, reveling in the quintessential rock & roll the Stones marked as their own some 30 years ago...the songs on VOODOO LOUNGE find the Stones charged with renewed musical nerve..."Q (8/94, p.109) - 3 Stars - Good - "...VOODOO LOUNGE is no classic, but nor is it the resounding hound it could have been. And with `Out Of Tears' they prove there are still tantalising glimmers of genius..."Musician (8/94, p.86) - "...There are substances, style and newness here that--for the first time in many years--make a Rolling Stones album seem more a work of art than Phase One of a three-year business plan..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/95, p.52) - Included in Mojo's "25 Best Albums of 1994".0.09843244

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Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.113) - Ranked #65 in Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time" - "...Songs such as the title track 'And It Stoned Me' and 'Caravan' felt like a lucid dream..."Rolling Stone (3/19/70, p.47) - "...MOONDANCE is an album of musical invention and lyrical confidence....this one will be immensely popular..."Vibe (12/99, p.160) - Included in Vibe's 100 Essential Albums of the 20th CenturyQ (Magazine) (p.140) - "[A] single, flowing, perfectly programmed suite of songs, with 'Into The Mystic' its majestic centrepiece."NME (Magazine) (9/18/93, p.19) - Ranked #17 in NME's list of The Greatest Albums Of The '70s.0.09843244

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Rolling Stone (9/18/97, p.104) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...revisit[s] the lovelorn ballads, patriotic hymns and gentle son-based dance numbers heard in swank Havana lounges as far back as the 1920s....enduring reminders that in Cuba, the wisdom of the ages still counts for something."Spin (9/99, p.156) - Ranked #71 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Entertainment Weekly (10/03/97, p.85) - "...The rhythms vary, but the sound is gentle yet flamboyant throughout. It brims with warmth." - Rating: B+Q (1/98, p.112) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Vibe (11/97, p.152) - "...The beguiling fusion of Cooder's twangy slide guitar with the danzon and other, conga-tinged Afro-Hispanic rhythms...makes for an exciting multicultural marriage..."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #21 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.Mojo (Publisher) (p.65) - Ranked #23 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "Witty, wistful, and above all wise."0.0943966

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Rolling Stone (9/3/92, p.65) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a roiling, musically adventurious record...explodes with the sound of genres colliding...a listening experience that's thoroughly exhilarating, absolutely mood altering and completely addictive..."Spin (6/92, p.67) - Highly Recommended - "...ANGEL DUST is the next logical step in the band's meteoric career...Dynamic, innovative, and multidimensional, FNM's 1992 release is easily the grimy unit's finest hour..."Entertainment Weekly (7/10/92, p.59) - "...probably the most uncommercial follow-up to a hit record ever...a brave slap in the face of record sales...at least it's not boring..." - Rating: BQ (1/93, p.70) - Included in Q's list of the 50 Best Albums Of 1992.Q (7/92, p.91) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...This is tightly constructed noise on the grand scale that bellies its simple metal calling. It's loud, it's aggressive and, like any rock record worth its salt, it excites at the most instinctive level..."Village Voice (3/2/93, p.5) - Ranked #26 in the Village Voice's list of the 40 Best Albums Of 1992.0.0943966

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Rolling Stone (4/11/02, p.107) - Ranked #32 in Rolling Stone's "50 Coolest Records".Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.80) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (4/3/97, pp.63-64) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...You can dance to it until your limbs turn to tapioca or just sit, listen and have your mind blown inside out....it burns the whole rock vs. techno argument into a fine white ash....Put it on, turn it up and let yourself be moved."Spin (9/99, p.123) - Ranked #10 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/98, p.86) - Ranked #10 on Spin's list of the "Top 20 Albums Of The Year."Spin (5/97, p.109) - 8 (out of 10) - "...Their digitally dense breakbeat workouts offer a funk-at-your-own-risk proposition....All the Brothers want, God forbid, is to create a better place for just one night by cramming together all their favorite records. No more, no less..."Entertainment Weekly (4/18/97, pp.64-65) - "...DIG YOUR OWN HOLE may epitomize sound as substance, a dubious distinction at worst. But those sounds (like recycled voice snippets) become alluring hooks in and of themselves, bringing the record as close to pop as techno has come so far..."- Rating: AQ (10/01, p.63) - Ranked #29 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"Q (12/99, p.92) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (6/00, p.72) - Ranked #42 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums"Q (1/98, p.111) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Q (5/97, pp.116-117) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...it is DIG YOUR OWN HOLE'S joyful revival of seemingly unfashionable sounds from yesterdisco--a teeth-sucking hi-hat on `It Doesn't Matter,' a bass that's positively Level 42 on the title track, tons of outmoded hip hop punctuation of the `Yes yes, y'all' variety...--that makes it such a rare treat..."Alternative Press (5/00, p.120) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Dance Albums That Rock" - "...Mixing block-rocking beats, acidic synth lines and high-profile guest stars, they convinced many people to call them the best 'rock' band around..."Option (5-6/97, pp.96-97) - "...a techno masterpiece....A nearly continuous mix blending funk, disco and hard trance, the disc never goes flat or runs short on sonic ideas....This kicks atomic booty."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #22 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #12 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.Village Voice (4/8/97, pp.65-69) - "...the duo's fondness for distortion, feedback, and rocklike noises makes air-guitar players feel right at home....While the Chemical Brothers successfully present themselves in a live context like a band, the duo mostly represents the next chapter in electronic music's increasing domination of global youth culture..."Village Voice (4/15/97, p.62) - "Their secret isn't technowizardry, formal daring, or Lord help us eclecticism. As with so many pop wunderkinds, it's spirit--generous, jubilant, unfazed by industrial doom, in love with energy and sound. Noel Gallagher only wishes he had their heart..." - Rating: A-NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #12 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.0.08699088

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Entertainment Weekly (3/26/99, p.87) - "...Wilson emerges, again, as a bittersweet-toned visionary." Rating A-"Q (1/00, p.86) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1999."Q (7/99, p.125) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...The arrangements are never less than interesting....the bravery of her concept is attractive, and her controlled, earthy voice is capable of rescuing most situations."The Wire (6/99, p.65) - "...TRAVELING MILES is carefully designed to please....Wilson's lyrics sit well enough on this soft focus re-creation of BITCHES BREW-era churning funk..."CMJ (1/10/00, p.24) - Included in CMJ's "Jazz '99 Top 5."CMJ (3/29/99, p.3) - "...Wilson's long awaited studio follow-up to 1995's critically acclaimed NEW MOON DAUGHTER, is a stirring tribute to the wit, wisdom and kinetic spirit of Miles Davis..."JazzTimes (6/99, p.96) - "...overall luxuriant muscularity of conception grabs you slowly, surely....[Wilson's] approach is refreshing, weird, and something that stepped out of a dream, which, in the main, describes this jewel."Vibe (4/99, p.188) - "...TRAVELING is inspired by, and in homage to, the work of Miles Davis....The result is standard Wilson fare in its multi-textured eclecticism. She is as bluesy as she is folk and jazz..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/00, p.31) - Included in Mojo Magazine's "Best Jazz Albums" of 1999.Mojo (Publisher) (4/99, p.98) - "...will satisfy fans and go some way to swaying resisters. Overtly purposeful and rigorous, she combines treatments of Davis-associated material with original songs..."0.08507481

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Rolling Stone (4/26/01, p.67) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A mix of woozy, sinister psychedelia. BRMC steer clear of becoming a total knockoff act by filling out their sound with blues-rock romps and spacey elements....in other words, a sonic Snickers bar..."Q (12/02, p.65) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (1/02, p.103) - 4 out of 5 stars - "...Young men from San Fransisco in thrall to mid '80s British FX pedal rock....granite thwacks of drums...sustains for an hour of fuzz bass eruptions [and] wild tremolo panning..."Alternative Press (6/01, p.68) - 4 out of 5 - "...The latest testament to the undeniable energy and power of rock....channelling the garage-rock ghost of the Stooges..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.56) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2001".Magnet (6-7/01, p.80) - "...There's definitely something happening here..."CMJ (4/9/01, p.4) - "...A collection of charismatic songs that explore the classic themes of lost love, the demise of rock...and the second coming..."Mojo (Publisher) (2/02, p.92) - "...Boasting vogue MC5 and Stooges influences and possessed of Strokesesque cool...Believe the hype."NME (Magazine) (1/19/02, p.27) - 8 out of 10 - "...BRMC are the rightful heirs of the Enigmatic And Vaguely Dangerous Looking Men In Black crown...all of their incredible songs shimmer and vibrate with the riotous majesty of PSYCHOCANDY..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Their eponymous 2001 debut was an intensely melancholic journey through psychedelic indie rock..."0.08507481

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Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.131) - Ranked #150 in Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time" - "[The album] combined Latin rhythms with jazz-inspired improvisation, hard-rock guitar and lyrical, B.B. King-style blues..."Rolling Stone (3/2/00, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...thrilling....This is music with ambition, soul and absolute conviction - every moment played straight from the heart."Rolling Stone (No. 966, p.65) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[A] nonstop thirty-seven-minute rhythmic onslaught..."Q (5/00, p.131) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Genuinely fresh, fierce stuff even the dead-legged Woodstock generation couldn't ignore..."Uncut (p.135) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[S]omething vital and fresh that's still enthralling today."Musician (7/98, pp.86-88) - "...Sony Legacy's sonic wizards have made...[Santana's] first three albums reappear, each appended with additional live recordings....epochal works...an explosive fusion of Hispanic-edged rock, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, and interstellar improvisation..."0.08437066

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Spin (1/97, pp.84-86) - 8 (out of 10) - "...recreates the carnivalesque blare of the epic sound system 'clashes' thrown by current Jamaican DJ crews like Stone Love, Metro, or Afrique....his lyrics never gloat over anything more bloody than a brutally accurate verbal blow..."Q (4/97, p.118) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "The stars turn out for the major-label debut of one of Jamaica's roughest and most respected rhymers...State of the art ragga chat."The Source (6/96, p.82) - "...MY EXPERIENCE will further cement Bounty's growing reputation within hip-hop circles....dominated by socially conscious tunes which decry corrupt politicians, the miseducation of the poor and the unlivable conditions in the ghetto..."Village Voice (10/22/96, p.66) - "More than any other DJ right now...Bounty is repopularizing the truth & rights mission laid down by his reggae elders. At the same time, he's keeping it real for everyone....MY XPERIENCE resolves the clash between dancehall's bluster and roots reggae's moral instruction."The Beat (V.15 #3 1996, p.65) - 5 Stars (out of 5) - "VP has put together 18 of the best singles Bounty Killer has released in the last year. No filler at all....This is undoubtably the best album of '96 so far."0.08437066

$14.56
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Entertainment Weekly (10/23/92, p.65) - "...With poised quartet performances and empathetic duets, FROM THE SOUL shows that Lovano is one of the still-flowering greats on his instrument..." - Rating: B+Q (11/92, p.112) - 3 Stars - Good - "...the controlled energy of the whole session bespeak[s] a man in his prime..."Down Beat (9/92, p.36) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...[Lovano is] living proof that experience is the best teacher....a well-rounded postbopper for whom free jazz is simply a logical outgrowth of tradition; but he's more introverted and eclectic, smoothly melding genres from swing to fusion..."Option (Nov.-Dec./92, p.126) - "...Lovano plays with a listenable, full tone, a seemingly endless supply of improvisational ideas, and an authoritative sound of his own...Lovano is helped immeasurably by a remarkable band..."Musician (11/92, p.106) - "...Lovano's hard/soft tenor lines create a mature, enthralling persona. Simultaneously driving and drifting, they divulge Lovano's musical inheritance and his emotional largesse..."Village Voice (11/3/92, p.89) - "...He just gets better and better...Dave Holland and Ed Blackwell form as supple a rhythm team as any soloist could wish for..." - Rating: A0.08437066

$26.10
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Rolling Stone (12/9/93, p.65) - 3.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...In THE SPAGHETTI INCIDENT?, an album of mostly punky cover versions of drunk-rock classics, Guns N' Roses reassert their roots in hard-edged rock & roll-- some punk rock, some not..."Spin (1/27/94, p.67) - "...demonstrates GNR's conviction that early -'70s metal and its sworn enemy, punk rock, were essentially the same beast, connected through glam and testosterone...."Entertainment Weekly (11/26/93, pp.62-63) - "...THE SPAGHETTI INCIDENT? scales everything back a notch....Guns 'N' Roses aims to prove it doesn't need two padded CDs, a horn section and a bevy of backup singers to make a joyful racket..." - Rating: A-Q (2/94, p.92) - 3 Stars - Good - "...relatively faithful cover versions...."Musician (1/94, p.87) - "...[THE SPAGHETTI INCIDENT?] is a good album for ambivalent G'N'R fans....kudos then for being faithful to the spirit of the originals..."NME (Magazine) (11/27/93, p.31) - (7) - Very Good - "...a bizarre mixture of swagger, nihilism and bad attitood which is as funny as it is exhilarating..."0.08437066

$28.14
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Entertainment Weekly (4/14/95, p.65) - '...Deee-lite's producer and DJ romps off on his own on this delightful melodic set of rhythmic soundscapes. There's an air of innocence and ease that pervades every one of these atmospheric, jazzy tunes, and a sense of humor that makes them as listenable as they are danceable. Wonderful..." - Rating: A-Q (9/95, p.122) - 3 Stars - Good - "...a strict diet of bossa nova and samba gave him the idea for this globe trotting album of slick Latin rhythms, dayglo techno and lounge jazz..."Jazziz (12/95, p.94) - "...something fun and cool....Tei has created something exotic and '60s-inspired that isn't merely nostalgic--an album for the future for sure."NME (Magazine) (9/23/95, p.47) - 6 (out of 10) - "...the boundaries of [easy listening] are not merely tampered with, but de-bagged and ravaged with all manner of Brazilian rhythms, sitar work-outs and general genius-type experiments in sound....eclecticism in excelsis..."0.08437066

$13.64
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Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.131) - Ranked #150 in Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time" - "[The album] combined Latin rhythms with jazz-inspired improvisation, hard-rock guitar and lyrical, B.B. King-style blues..."Rolling Stone (3/2/00, p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...thrilling....This is music with ambition, soul and absolute conviction - every moment played straight from the heart."Rolling Stone (No. 966, p.65) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[A] nonstop thirty-seven-minute rhythmic onslaught..."Q (5/00, p.131) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Genuinely fresh, fierce stuff even the dead-legged Woodstock generation couldn't ignore..."Uncut (p.135) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[S]omething vital and fresh that's still enthralling today."Musician (7/98, pp.86-88) - "...Sony Legacy's sonic wizards have made...[Santana's] first three albums reappear, each appended with additional live recordings....epochal works...an explosive fusion of Hispanic-edged rock, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, and interstellar improvisation..."0.08437066

$9,999.99
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Q (11/03, p.130) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Coltrane's first significant release as a group leader still impresses with its uninhibited energy nearly 46 years on..."JazzTimes (9/97, p.87) - "THE ULTIMATE BLUE TRAIN...lives up to its name.... The sound is better than on the album's previous incarnations. Previously unreleased takes of `Lazy Bird' and the title tune significantly flesh out the record of this historic session..."0.08188705

$15.48
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Spin (8/95, pp.92-93) - 8 - Very Good - "...Earle offers neither contrite confessionals nor toothless mush. He's too dogged and proud to be anything but himself....[His] redemptive gift lies in his ability to evoke poignance and loss without spilling into sentimentality....Truth be told, he makes no mistakes..."Entertainment Weekly (5/5/95, p.71) - "...Nashville's baddest boy returns, after a five-year-absence, with an acoustic album of early material, new songs, and covers by country-folk mentors like Townes Van Zandt....Earle is nothing short of a narrative master..." - Rating: BQ (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (7/95, p.135) - 3 Stars - Good - "...sounds like a man beginning to feel his way around again after a long period out of circulation. He's gone back to where he started, making an acoustic album with the emphasis on the songs....He may be bowed but he's plainly not beaten."Sing Out! (8-10/95, p.148) - "...the writing is crisp and tough, deeply rooted in tradition but never self-consciously folky, and Earle sounds as if he has lived every word..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/95, p.111) - "...TRAIN A COMIN' is all acoustic....the feel of the record is also retrospective...very live, ramshackle and raw. Earle plays his guitar and mandolin parts with customary vigour and sings his heart out in his ragged but right voice..."NME (Magazine) (7/15/95, p.49) - 7 (out of 10) - "...a slew of smart tunes played simply on guitar, mandolin and stuff....He was always doomed by comparisons to Springsteen in the past but these days Earle comes over like a trainee Johnny Cash: pithy, grim-voiced, strangely mythical..."0.07866383

$12.23
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Rolling Stone (11/26/92, p.70) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...he's funkier than he's been in ages...recalls the glory days of James Brown and the JB's...rarely has his protean musicality been more pleasurable..."Spin (12/92, p.69) - Ranked #19 in Spin's list of the `20 Best Albums Of The Year' - "...the ultimate gas. Prince has finally caught up with the new jack culture..."Spin (11/92, p.109) - Highly Recommended - "...some of Prince's buggiest doo-doo in years...["Sexy MF" is] his first party-tape must-have since "Housequake" from 1987's SIGN O' THE TIMES. And most of the rest of this record cream-sh-boogie-bops with aggressive aplomb..."Entertainment Weekly (10/23/92, p.62) - "...Prince is funky, funkier than ever before, maybe even the funkiest musician around right now...irrepressibly catchy..." - Rating: A-Q (1/93, p.72) - Included in Q's list of the 50 Best Albums Of 1992.Q (12/92, p.124) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Prince bounces back with 75 minutes' worth of music celebrating his irrepressible libido...The New Power Generation have developed into a formidable unit...a barrage of full-blooded funk workouts...this collection is as robust as any in Prince's career..."Village Voice (3/2/93, p.5) - Ranked #14 in the Village Voice's list of the 40 Best Albums Of 1992.Stereo Review (1/93, p.84) - "...ranks with his most enjoyable albums..."Vox (12/92, p.65) - 9 - Excellent - "...it's funny, funky, brilliant, kooky, sexy and cosmopolitan, all things synonymous with Prince...a work of genius..."NME (Magazine) (11/7/92, p.38) - "...Prince's musical vision is positively hallucinogenic..."0.07866383

$18.40
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Rolling Stone (8/5/93, p.65) - 3 Stars - Good - "...Fagen's new songs are sleek, witty confections, delivered in his familiar sweet-and-sour bray and enveloped in immaculate pop-jazz arrangements that have a pointillistic precision..."Spin (8/93, p.22) - "...delivers at least two beauts in `Snowbound' and `Tomorrow's Girls.' Crazy nice..."Entertainment Weekly (5/28/93, p.62) - "...picks up almost where both men left off when Steely Dan unofficially disbanded around 1981....recalls a time when musicians and producers would spend months or years in the studio in search of the perfect pop record..." - Rating: B-Q (1/94, p.85) - Included in Q's list of `The 50 Best Albums Of 1993' - "...those thrilling, wide chords and hipster lyrics are timeless tricks..."Q (7/93, p.86) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Exquisite rather than lush, the music is not only sensually brilliant but exactly catches the subtle paradoxes of Fagen's dreamworld....Fagen's laconic voice of muted anxiety casts a soft blue light on this gleaming musical roadster..."Melody Maker (5/29/93, p.35) - "...miraculous...."Musician (7/93, p.85) - "...a supremely seductive, elegant work....Fagen is an illusionist, a cineastic composer with all the adorable idiosyncrasies and flourishes of Ellington, or Woody Allen, and he possesses both those artists' gift for making such qualities inseparable..."NME (Magazine) (5/29/93, p.31) - 7 - Very Good - "...Donald Fagen is still in touch with aspects of his greatness...."0.07866383

$7.85
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Rolling Stone (3/23/95, p.124) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...At times, everything in Morphine sounds like it's playing the rhythm--the intertwining sax and bass line, the lyrics' syllabic pop....For all their sultriness, Morphine do rock out, and like the best jazz, they swing at any tempo..."Entertainment Weekly (3/17/95, p.88) - "...it's tough to keep any sound from seeming stale, especially one as eccentric and seemingly limited as Morphine's bass, drums, and baritone sax lineup. YES generally succeeds, adding energy to the band's muscular `low rock'..." - Rating: B+Q (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (5/95, p.109) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Morphine still pull off the difficult trick of sounding fresh while making you feel you've heard it all before."Alternative Press (5/95, pp.71-72) - "...Morphine have turned their aesthetic slightly askew, with some songs as heady as the concoction of a Lucky Strike snubbed into a battered ashtray smoldering into the mist of a cheap perfume. Turn up the collar on your coat and stagger away, smiling..."Melody Maker (4/22/95, p.33) - "...Morphine's after-hours world of hustlers, losers, drug addicts and wronged lovers [has a] dramatic momentum that doesn't let up until the last tale has come to its inevitably sorry end....the absence of guitar...bring[s] some authenticity to the story, the lo-fi, jazz feel of the sax blending in brilliantly with the literary ghosts evoked by the bass..."Musician (6/95, pp.73-74) - "...amplifies their trenchcoat take on rock 'n' roll, a take that has chiseled a place for itself even though it's threaded with anachronisms and prone to contradiction....bridges the emotional gap between John Lee Hooker's moaning stealth and Last Exit's frenzied abstraction..."0.07866383

$10.80
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Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.136) - Ranked # 19 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums"Rolling Stone (4/29/71, pp.40-41) - "...Carole King's second album, TAPESTRY, has fulfilled the promise of her first album and confirmed the fact that she is one of the most creative figures in all of pop music..."Spin (p.101) - "King looked into herself and became a brilliant romantic realist."Q (9/99, p.130) - 5 stars (out of 5) - "...if the term singer-songwriter gained currency anywhere, it wouldn't be far from here....King's inward-looking songs spoke of a mature woman going it alone, wounded but hopeful....perhaps it's time to put aside the baggage that TAPESTRY brings with it and celebrate instead a classic rock record..."Dirty Linen (12/99-1/00, p.67) - "...this is a terrific set of songs...more than a quarter century after they first came to light, they are still fresh..."Q (Magazine) (p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[O]ne of TAPESTRY's greatest charms is its lack of histrionics, with King's unpolished, lived-in voice....There is a real pleasure in hearing the love song in an expert's hands..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.118) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "It's hard to think of another album that hit the Zeitgeist quite as emphatically as TAPESTRY."Paste (magazine) (p.65) - "It's an exquisite, timeless work....TAPESTRY remains Carole King's definitive testimony..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]s good as you remember: mellow, exultant, heartfelt and even surprisingly dark, especially with the sad verses of the otherwise upbeat 'Beautiful'..."0.07866383

$6.23
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Rolling Stone (8/5/93, p.65) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...visionary pop that ought to be a hit....It's Blondie without trash, each cut a delightful pop homage bestirring life-like memories..."Spin (3/93, p.71) - Highly Recommended - "...the record is a treat...the group achieves the near impossible and remakes England in its own wistful image....By turns elegiac and affecting, narcotic and uplifting, Saint E. sounds original and alive..."Q (4/93, p.88) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a superb and strangely trippy sense of pop hooks....TOUGH is an inspired, evocative and quite beautiful London album..."Alternative Press (7/93, p.87) - "...Lusher but simultaneously harsher than FOXBASE ALPHA, SO TOUGH is danceable, singable, and in an ungushy kind of way, eminently fall-in-loveable...St. Etienne signpost the brightest future pop's possessed in years..."Melody Maker (1/1/94, p.77) - Ranked #33 in Melody Maker's list of the `Albums Of The Year' for 1993.Q (Magazine) (p.123) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Singles 'You're In A Bad Way' and Hobart Paving stand out..."NME (Magazine) (2/20/93, p.28) - 6 - Good - "...classic St. Etienne...contains moments of true wonderment...compares favourably with their debut..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t provides bona fide belters such as 'You're In A Bad Way,' alongside countless sound collages and swirling, half-heard samples and steals."0.07866383

$16.23
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Rolling Stone (9/4/97, pp.65-66) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...'60s and '70s rock classicism writ large and loud, all broad strokes and bullish enthusiasm....[Noel Gallagher] fires up sing-along hooks with industrial-strength glam-rock licks..."Entertainment Weekly (9/5/97, pp.72-73) - "...They're still angling for the set-in-Stones title of the World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band....a truly massive attack, a thick-as-Guinness crunch of guitars and drums all cranked to 11....each track [is crammed] with keyboards...sound effects, and layer upon layer of Noel's twisting, shimmering guitar overdubs..." - Rating: BQ (1/98, p.114) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #8 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Melody Maker (8/16/97, p.49) - "...At their best Oasis is untouchable. Here they occasionally reach a best which is better than any best you might have previously imagined possible."NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #25 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (8/16/97, pp.50-51) - "...Mammoth. Probably. But without the large hairy bollocks....each song already resonates with the vast, communal spirit that has propelled them thus far....here are yet another 11 songs the slightly sozzled world will be bursting to sing..."0.07866383

$6.14
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Rolling Stone (p.70) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]mid R&B-gig standards like the Temptations' 'My Girl,' the melodic invention in Redding's songs and the emotional investment in his performances mark the point at which he stopped merely singing soul music. He now created his own..."Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.114) - Ranked #74 in Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time"Rolling Stone (8/17/00, p.114) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...Redding's true dictionary of soul, a stunning journey through the past and future vocabulary of R&B....documenting a masterful artist rising to...the immense challenge of his times."Q (p.121) - "[H]e lends a passionate intensity to every song..."Q (5/00, p.135) - Included in Q Magazine's "Best Soul Albums Of All Time"Q (2/93, p.92) - 5 Stars - Indispensable - "...the isolated constituent parts of OTIS BLUE come together with a beautiful precision which borders on a kind of Southern soul sorcery...arguably the hottest and strongest half-hour in soul..."Uncut (p.102) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[B]eautifully grained, gospel-rich performances....The band, Cropper's stinging guitar and the atonal Memphis horns, are phenomenal throughout -- this is as much their album as Redding's."Q (Magazine) (p.157) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his is widely regarded as Southern soul's crowning glory. The almost perfect crystallisation of Stax's gritty house sound, there's no filler..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.124) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he album opens with a stolid blues, 'Ole Man Trouble,' but then explodes wide open with Redding's own 'Respect'..."NME (Magazine) (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #35 in NME's list of the `Greatest Albums Of All Time.'Paste (magazine) (p.65) - "OTIS BLUE marked the beginning of increased visibility for Redding....Consistently gripping..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "So spare, so strong, not a note wasted, defining the very spirit of 60s soul and never sounding better. And riding it all, that amazing voice, that unique fusion of pain and pride, of yearning and percussive drive."0.07619293

$7.86
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Rolling Stone (12/29/94-1/12/95, p.173) - "...Danzig's tightest set [yet], 4 uncorks John Christ's Black Sabbath-spinoff guitar on bluesy goth-rock..."Entertainment Weekly (10/14/94, p.60) - "...No one bellows like Glenn Danzig...in full Conan-the-Rocker splendor...also...a few dark brooding ballads, a downright arty piece...and more actual singing than shouting...Plus their sense of humor remains intact..." - Rating: A-Q (1/95, p.250) - 3 Stars - Good - "...A little more diversity and a significant tightening up of the songwriting quality has resulted in a dark, moody, and at times powerfully evocative album that relies less on the production for its impact and is...also their best yet."Musician (12/94, pp.89-90) - "...tastefully gloomy metal....an unpretentious approach to lyric writing, stylistically speaking..."NME (Magazine) (10/22/94, p.49) - 6 - Good - "...Like Blue Oyster Cult, The Doors or The Stooges, Danzig capture something that is bleak and threatening, a little bit Edgar Allan Poe and Dostoevsky..."0.07613698

$20.94
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Spin (12/92, p.94) - Highly Recommended - "...If The Who had decided to go industrial, BROKEN is probably what it would have sounded like, based on the slamming energy that Nine Inch Nails exudes..."Q (12/92, p.130) - 3 Stars - Good - "...along with Ministry's recent PSALM 69, this can be considered some sort of landmark in the bleak wastes of industrial metal....the mastery of dynamics is never less than compelling. Cult status guaranteed..."Alternative Press (11/92, p.51) - "...the deranged and screaming guitar chords are so clear, precise, and real, that one can actually feel each individual string vibrating....a strong and welcome follow-up to an exciting debut..."Option (1-2/93, p.105) - "...displays the dynamics and fierce melodicism that made PRETTY HATE MACHINE so huge....[Reznor's] success has not made him a happy camper..."Musician (11/92, p.101) - "...Louder and busier [than PRETTY HATE MACHINE], BROKEN recasts techno-gloom as a grand symphony....Big noise rains down in sheets, with grinding guitars and mangled synths boosted beyond distortion levels...a swell funhouse ride..."Village Voice (3/2/93, p.5) - Ranked #3 on the EPs list of the Village Voice's 1992 Pazz & Jop Critics Poll.NME (Magazine) (10/10/92, p.39) - 7 - Good - "...an incredibly aggressive but still quite electric musical approach....BROKEN shows all the signs that Trent Reznor has shaken off the shackles of influences and found his own suitably idiosyncratic niche..."0.07210284

$5.72
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Rolling Stone (1/4/01, p.114) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Top 50 Albums of 2000".Rolling Stone (4/27/00, pp.65-6) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A rare achievement: a superstar follow-up that not only betters its predecessor but also radically departs from it....a collection of uniformly well-crafted, vigorously performed tunes that run the gamut from grungy to giddy, playful to pensive..."Entertainment Weekly (4/14/00, pp.71-2) - "...[They] still bounce around on the kind of perky, reggae-inflicted trampolines that can give you motion sickness....concentrating on smoother, layered mid-tempo ballads as creamily textured as extra-thick napoleon pastries..." - Rating: BQ (5/00, p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A clutch of well-crafted songs....Pale and sometimes interesting."CMJ (4/24/00, p.24) - "...Once again, Stefani sits at the helm....Success hasn't freed [her] from her heartache, incessant yearning or self-analysis, but it has given the band the confidence to bring their new wave tendencies to the forefront..."Vibe (5/00, p.176) - "...Their aggro-ska construct has real legs, thanks to the group's strong songwriting chops....Stefani continues to play her compelling linchpin role...taking the familiar tropes of classic girlie pop, heartbreak, bad-boy attraction, and the matrimonial urge and turns them upside down..."Melody Maker (4/11/00, p.48) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A great pop album. In a strange incidence of role-reversal, SATURN runs rings around most of its rivals."0.07030888

$8.98
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